Biographical memoir of the hon. Henry Edward Dormer [by lady G.C. Fullerton].


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Seite 152 - He was taken away, lest wickedness should alter his understanding, or deceit beguile his soul. For the bewitching of vanity obscureth good things, and the wandering of concupiscence overturneth the innocent mind. Being made perfect in a short space, he fulfilled a long time : for his soul pleased God : therefore he hastened to bring him out of the midst of iniquities.
Seite 152 - For venerable old age is not that of long time, nor counted by the number of years : but the understanding of a man is grey hairs; and a spotless life is old age.
Seite 96 - ... BRUSH. MD. Brooklyn, NY SOME time ago, in a short paper on " Alveolar Abscesses, their Causes and Treatment," I made the assertion that most of the cases of facial neuralgia were traceable to some disease of the teeth as the primary cause of the difficulty. It is my object in this paper to point out some of the reasons which have led me to this conclusion, and perhaps suggest a remedy more simple than general treatment. Some one has said that pain is the cry of a tired nerve for rest, and I think...
Seite 113 - ... direction if we can better the condition of the people at large. I desire to voice the growing sentiment of every State In this great work of securing psychopathic wards in every hospital. MISS MARY T. WILSON, of Indianapolis, Ind.— I have spent all my mature years among the Insane and the feeble-minded and I feel more at home with them than I do with normal people. In Indiana It Is against the law for any sheriff to bring a woman to a hospital for the insane or to take one back to her home...
Seite 68 - He possessed the esteem of all who knew him. He enjoyed the confidence and love of a numerous family, who now deplooe?

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