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" I could no longer see ; it beat thickly in my cars, and so throbbed in my heart, that I feared the ribs would give way under its blows. I tore open my vest, placed my hand over the spot, and tried to count the pulsations; but there were two hearts, one... "
A Cyclopaedia of drug pathogenesy - Page 721
1886
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 3

1854
...have been a sufficient portion for six men, and was now paying a frightful penalty for my curiosity. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound...until I could no longer see ; it beat thickly in my cars, and so throbbed in my heart, that I feared the ribs would give way under its blows. I tore open...
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art and ..., Volume 3

1854
...have been a sufficient portion for six men, and was now paying a frightful penalty for my curiosity. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound...was projected into my eyes until I could no longer sec ; it beat thickly in my ears, and so throbbed in my heart, that I feared the ribs would give way...
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The Lands of the Saracen: Or, Pictures of Palestine, Asia Minor, Sicily and ...

Bayard Taylor - Middle East - 1855 - 451 pages
...have been a sufficient portion for six men, and was now paying a frightful penalty for my curiosity. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound...roaring of mighty waters. It was projected into my eyes nntil I could no longer sec ; it beat thickly in my ears, and so throbbed in my heart, that I feared...
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The Methodist Review, Volume 10; Volume 18; Volume 40

Methodist Church - 1858
...hell. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound like the roaring of mighty waters. ... It beat thickly in my ears, and so throbbed in my...would give way under its blows. I tore open my vest and placed my hand over the spot, and tried to count the pulsations; but there were two hearts, one...
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An Essay on the Principles of Mental Hygiene

David Allyn Gorton - Mental health - 1873 - 234 pages
...had passed through the paradise of hasheesh, and was plunged at once into the fiercest hell. . . . The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound like the waves of mighty waters. It was projected into my eyes until I could no longer see ; it beat thickly...
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The Encyclopedia of pure materia medica, Volume 2

1875
...intelligence of his having drunk at all,19. — [110.] About midnight his excited blood rushed through his frame with a sound like the roaring of mighty waters. It was projected into his eyes until he could no longer see; it beat thickly on his ears, and so throbbed on his heart, that...
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The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive ..., Volume 2

Timothy Field Allen - Homeopathy - 1875
...intelligence of his having drunk at all,15. — [110.] About midnight his excited blood rushed through his frame with a sound like the roaring of mighty waters. It was projected into his eyes until he could no longer see; it beat thickly on his ears, and so throbbed on his heart, that...
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The Lands of the Saracens, Or, Pictures of Palestine, Asia Minor, Sicily and ...

Bayard Taylor - Middle East - 1881 - 451 pages
...have been a sufficient portion for six men, and was now paying a frightful penalty for my curiosity. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound...in my heart, that I feared the ribs would give way nnder its blows. I tore open my vest, placed my hand over the spot, and tried to count the pulsations...
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The Works of Bayard Taylor: The lands of the Saracen. John Godfrey's fortunes

Bayard Taylor - 1883
...have been a sufficient portion for six men, and was now paying a frightful penalty for my curiosity. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound...could no longer see ; it beat thickly in my ears, aud so throbbed in my heart, that I feared the ribs would give way under its blows. I tore open my...
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

Theology - 1858
...By this time I had passed through the paradise of hasheesh, and was plunged into its fiercest hell. The excited blood rushed through my frame with a sound like the roaring of mighty waters. ... It beat thickly in my cars, and so throbbed in my heart, that I feared the ribs would give way under its...
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