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" ... simply because it was so probable that the operation would be followed by a fatal issue, that I wished to prepare for death and what lies beyond it, whilst my faculties were clear and my emotions were comparatively undisturbed, for I knew well that... "
The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist - Page 181
1860
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The Obstetric memoirs and contributions of James Y. Simpson ... Ed ..., Volume 2

Sir James Young Simpson - 1856
...comparatively undisturbed, for I knew well that if the operation were speedily followed by death, I should be in a condition, during the interval, in...unfavourable to making preparation for the great change. The week, so slow, and yet so swift in its passage, at length came to an end, and the morning of the...
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The obstetric memoirs and contributions of James Y. Simpson, Volume 2

Sir James Young Simpson - Health & Fitness - 1856
...comparatively undisturbed, for I knew well that if the operation were speedily followed by death, I should be in a condition, during the interval, in the last degree unfavorable to making preparation for the great change. The week, so slow, and yet so swift in its...
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The North British Review, Volume 32

Allan Freer - 1860
...comparatively undisturbed. For I knew well that if the operation was speedily followed by death. I should be in a condition, during the interval, in...at the end of a week the operation was performed. permit injuries to be inflicted on him I plead, therefore, There were no anaesthetics in those days,...
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Memoir of George Wilson

Jesse Aitken Wilson - 1860
...undisturbed, for I knew well that if the operation were speedily followed by death, I should be in a condition in the last degree unfavourable to making preparation for the great change." Being thus brought face to face with death, let us inquire what fitness he had to meet it. From boyhood...
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Rest under the shadow of the great Rock

1864
...for I knew full well that, if the operation would be followed by death, I should be in a condition in the last degree unfavourable to making preparation for the great change." This was the decision and act of a wise man. Spiritual progress and enlightenment had been observable...
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Memoir of George Wilson. New condensed ed. By his sister

Jesse Aitken Wilson - 1866
...undisturbed, for I knew well that if the operation were speedily followed by death, I should be in a condition in the last degree unfavourable to making preparation for the great change." The week of delay granted by the surgeons passed slowly yet swiftly away. He concealed from the relatives...
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The Christian witness and church members' magazine [ed. by J ..., Volume 3

John Campbell - 1867
...for I knew full well that, if the operation would be followed by death, I should be in a condition in the last degree unfavourable to making preparation for the great change." This was the decision and act of a wise man. Spiritual progress and enlightenment had been observable...
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Anaesthesia, Hospitalism, Hermaphroditism, and a Proposal to Stamp Out Small ...

Sir James Young Simpson, James Young Simpson - Anesthesia - 1871 - 562 pages
...comparatively undisturbed, for I knew well that if the operation were speedily followed by death, I should be in a condition, during the interval, in...unfavourable to making preparation for the great change. The week, so slow, and yet so swift in its passage, at length came to an end, and the morning of the...
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Memoir of Sir James Y. Simpson, Bart

John Duns - Chloroform - 1873 - 544 pages
...comparatively undisturbed, for I knew well that if the operation were speedily followed by death, I should be in a condition, during the interval, in...unfavourable to making preparation for the great change. " The week, so slow, and yet so swift in its passage, at length came to an end, and the morning of...
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