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" I wished to be in constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very vivid. Thoughts came and went, and ludicrous and fantastic spectacles were... "
A Cyclopaedia of drug pathogenesy - Page 522
1886
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half ..., Parts 13-14

Medicine - 1846
...swallow. A little salvia, white, and round like a ball of cotton, would now and then be evacuated. The slight delirium that followed the action of the...certainly afforded me an infinite degree of satisfaction lobe able to walk up and duwn. The intellectual operations, at times, were very vivid. Thoughts carne...
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London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 37, Part 2

1846
...(wallow. A little saliva, white, and round like a ball of cotton, would now and then be evacuated. The slight delirium that followed the action of the...constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very...
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The Use of the Body in Relation to the Mind

George Moore - Mind and body - 1846 - 431 pages
...conclusions. Dr. Gray, having taken a large dose of Deadly Nightshade, thus describes the effects— " The slight delirium that followed the action of the...constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very...
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Medical Times, Volume 13

1846
...effort to swallow. A little saliva, white, and round like a ball of cotton, was occasionally evacuated. The slight delirium that followed the action of the...narcotic, was of a strange, yet not unpleasant kind. The intellectual operations at times were very vivid. Thoughts came and went, and ludicrous and fantastic...
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THE USE OF THE BODY IN RELATION TO THE MIND

GEORGE MOORE - 1852
...conclusions. Dr. Gray, having taken a large dose of Deadly Nightshade, thus describes the effects — " The slight delirium that followed the action of the...constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very...
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The poisonous, noxious, and suspected plants of our fields and woods

Anne Pratt - Poisonous plants - 1857 - 88 pages
...Gray of the effects which he experienced after a dose of Deadly Nightshade. This gentleman says, " The slight delirium that followed the action of the narcotic was of a strange but not unpleasant kind. I wished to be in constant motion ; and it certainly afforded me an infinite...
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The Use of the Body in Relation to the Mind

George Moore - Mind and body - 1861 - 356 pages
...conclusions. Dr. Gray, having taken a large dose of Deadly Nightshade, thus describes the effects : — " The slight delirium that followed the action of the...of a strange, yet not unpleasant kind. I wished to Ije in constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to...
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The British Journal of Homoeopathy, Volume 20

John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell - Homeopathy - 1862
...swallow. A little saliva, white, and round like a ball of cotton, would now and then be evacuated. " The slight delirium that followed the action of the...constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMOEOPATHY

H. TURNER - 1862
...swallow. A little saliva, white, and round like a ball of cotton, would now and then be evacuated. " The slight delirium that followed the action of the...constant motion, and it certainly afforded me an infinite deal of satisfaction to be able to walk up and down. The intellectual operations at times were very...
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The Hahnemann Materia Medica, Part 2

Homeopathy - 1871
...long bygone (W´edemann, in Hahn.). [s. 74, 1209.] 115. Delirium (Horst and others, in Hahn.). 116. The slight delirium that followed the action of the...narcotic was of a strange, yet not unpleasant kind. The intellectual operations at times were very vivid. Thoughts came and went, and ludicrous and fantastic...
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