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" I have ever found from my knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make :it their particular drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest fatigue... "
The Anatomy of Drunkenness - Page 179
by Robert Macnish - 1835 - 227 pages
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Bacchus, an essay on intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1839
...his work on tropical diseases, thus remarks :—" I aver, from my own knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make it their principal drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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Bacchus: An Essay on the Nature, Causes, Effects, and Cure of Intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod, Charles Alfred Lee - Alcoholism - 1840 - 512 pages
...his work on tropical diseases, thus remarks : — " I aver, from my own knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make it their principal drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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Bacchus: An essay on the nature, causes, effects, and cure of intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod, Charles Alfred Lee - Alcoholism - 1840 - 512 pages
...his work on tropical diseases, thus remarks : — " I aver, from my own knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing hut water, or make it their principal drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo...
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The Constitution of Man

George Combe - Phrenology - 1845 - 382 pages
...without reflecting that what is comparatively harmless in one region, is most destructive in ano'her. There cannot be a stronger proof of this than the...knowledge and custom,' observes Dr Mosely, ' as from tho custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, are but little affected...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1847
...or of wine, is yet worse. " I aver," saya Dr. Mosely, " from my own knowledge and custom, аз well as from the custom and observation of others, that...drink nothing but water are but little affected by tbe climate, and can undergo the greatest fatigue without inconvenience." Nothing tends so directly...
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On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors, in health and disease, prize essay

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1851
...added to the foregoing: — "I have ever found," he says, " from my own knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make it their particular drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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The physiology of temperance and total abstinence

William Benjamin Carpenter - 1853
...added to the foregoing:—" 1 have ever found," he says, "from niy own knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make it their particular drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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Bacchus dethroned. 1st Teare prize essay

Frederick Powell - 1871
...Mosely, in his work on Tropical Diseases, " I have ever found from my knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make :it their particular drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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Bacchus Dethroned: Prize Essay

Frederick Powell - Temperance - 1874 - 268 pages
...Mosely, in his work on Tropical Diseases : " I have ever found from my knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make it their particular drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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Bacchus Dethroned: Prize Essay

Frederick Powell - Alcohol - 1878 - 268 pages
...Mosely, in his work on Tropical Diseases : " I have ever found from my knowledge and custom, as well as from the custom and observation of others, that those who drink nothing but water, or make it their particular drink, are but little affected by the climate, and can undergo the greatest...
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