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" While the illusion lasts, happiness is complete ; care and melancholy are thrown to the wind, and elysium with all its glories descends upon the dazzled imagination of the drinker Some authors have spoken of the pleasure of being completely drunk; this... "
The Anatomy of Drunkenness - Page 19
by Robert Macnish - 1835 - 227 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 23

1828
...another ; and there is an essential difference between the inspiration of the Mews and the Muses. " The consequences of drunkenness are dreadful, but...thrown to the wind, and Elysium, with all its glories, descend*, upon the dazzled imagination of the drinker. " Some authors have spoken of the pleasure of...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 23

England - 1828
...another ; and there is an essential difference between the inspiration of the Mews and the Muses. " The consequences of drunkenness are dreadful, but...however, is not the most exquisite period. The time is wben a person is neither 1 drunken nor sober, but neighbour to both,' as Bishop Andrews says in his...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 23

1828
...another; and there is an essential difference between tiie inspiration of the Mews and the Muses. " The consequences of drunkenness are dreadful, but...is complete ; care and melancholy are thrown to the windand Elysium, with all its glprie", iusccnds upon the dazzled imagination of the drinker. " Some...
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The Southern Review, Volume 5

1830
...consequences of drunkenness are dreadful, but the pleasures of getting drunk are certainly extatic. While the illusion lasts, happiness is complete ;...exquisite period. The time is when a person is neither " drunk nor sober, but neighbour to both," as Bishop Andrews says in his " Ex-ale-tation of Ale." The...
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The Southern Review, Volume 5

1830
...the illusion lasts, happiness is complete ; care and melancholy are thrown to the wind, tnd elygiurn with all its glories descends upon the dazzled imagination...exquisite period. The time is when a person is neither " drunk nor sober, but neighbour to both," as Bishop Andrews says in his " Ex-ale-tation of Ale." The...
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Southern Review, Volume 5

1830
...into his skull, and in a condition of stomach, which is best unfolded by the following sketch : — " The consequences of drunkenness are dreadful, but the pleasures of getting drunk are certainly extatic. While the illusion lasts, happiness is complete ; care and melancholy are thrown to the wind,...
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Papers Read Before the Medico-Legal Society of New York, from Its Organization

Medico-Legal Society of New York - Medical jurisprudence - 1869
...so well painted bv Macnish* in the following terms : " The consequences of drunkenness," says he, " are dreadful, but the pleasures of getting drunk are...exquisite period. The time is when a person is neither drunk nor sober, but neighbor to both, as Bishop Andrew says, in his ' Ex-ale-tation of Ale.' The moment...
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Inebriety: Its Causes, Its Results, Its Remedy

Franklin D. Clum - Alcoholism - 1888 - 248 pages
...being drunk ; but the time when a person is " neither drunk nor sober, but neighbor to both," is when elysium with all its glories descends upon the dazzled imagination of the drinker. The first symptoms of alcoholic intoxication are exhilaration; an unusual serenity prevails over the...
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