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" The recovery is always attempted, and often effefted, in this manner. They carry the patient immediately out of doors, and lay him upon the fnow, with nothing on him but a... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Página 327
1780
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volumen69

1779
...not fucceed in reftoring to Kfe thofe who have lain more than an hour in a ftate of infenfibility. The recovery is always attempted, and often effected,...patient immediately out of doors, and lay him upon the mow, with nothing on him but a fhirt and linen drawers. His ftomach and temples are then well rubbed...
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The Scots Magazine, Volumen42

1780
...not fiicceed in reftoring to life thofe who have lain more than an hour incalíate of infénfibility. The recovery is always attempted, and often effected,...and lay him upon the fnow, with nothing on him but a fliirt and linen drawers. His ftomach and temples are then well rubbed with fnow ; and cold water,...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volumen50

Tobias Smollett - 1780
...more than an hour in a Itate of infenfibility. ' The recovery is always attempted, and often effefled, in this manner. They carry the patient immediately...and lay him upon the fnow, with nothing on him but a (hut and linen drawers. His llomach and temples are then well rubbed with fnow, and cold water, or...
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Annual Register, Volumen23

1781
...more than an hour in a Aate of infenfibility. The recovery is always attempted, and often effefted, in this manner. They carry the patient immediately out of doors, and lay him upon the fnow, wich nothing on him but a Ihirt and linen drawers. His (torn ach and temples are then well rubbed with...
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Annual Register, Volumen23

Edmund Burke - 1788
...more than an hour in a ftate of infenfibility. The recovery is always attempted, and often effefted, in this manner. They carry the patient immediately...nothing on him but a fhirt and linen drawers, His llomach and temples are then well rubbed with fnow, and cold water, or milk is poured down his throat....
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The Scots Magazine, Volumen42

1780
...than an hour, in a ftate of infenfibility. • The recovery is always attempted, and often eficcled, in this manner. They carry the patient immediately...nothing on him but a fhirt and linen drawers. His ftomrtch and temples are then well rubbed with fnow ; and cold water, or milk, is poured down his throat....
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The Universal Magazine, Volúmenes66-67

1780
...always attempted, and often effened, in this manner : they carry the patient immediately out oi doori, and lay him upon the fnow, with nothing on him but a fhirt and linen drawers. His liomach and temples are then well rubbed with fnow, and cold water or milk is poured down his throat....
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The Edinburgh Magazine, and Literary Miscellany: A New Series of ..., Volumen42

1780
...not fucceed in reiloring to life thole who have lain more than an hour in a ftate of ¡nfenfibility. The recovery is always attempted, and often effected, in this manner. They carry tiie patient immediately out of doors, and lay him upon the fnow, with nothing on him but a Hurt and...
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