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" Of the agony it occasioned I will say nothing. Suffering so great as I underwent cannot be expressed in words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs are now forgotten ; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,... "
The Medical News - Página 434
1896
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1869
...words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs are now forgotten ; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...I can never forget, however gladly I would do so." Who upon reading this, and remembering the multitude of surgical operations that are taking place daily...
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Memoir of George Wilson

Jessie Aitken Wilson - 1860 - 536 páginas
...words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs are now forgotten ; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...heart, I can never forget, however gladly I would do so."1 The object in recalling such painful emotions was to make them an argument for the use of anaesthetics,...
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The North British Review, Volúmenes32-33

1860
...and always anticipated with more or less apprehension. He states that he could never forget the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...and the sense of desertion by God and man, bordering almost upon despair, which swept through his mind and overwhelmed his heart. Chloroform would have...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volumen5

1860
...and always anticipated with more or less apprehension. He states that he could never forget the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...and the sense of desertion by God and man, bordering almost upon despair, which swept through his mind and overwhelmed his heart. Chloroform would have...
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The Eclectic Review

1861
...words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs arc now forgotten ; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...I can never forget, however gladly I would do so." His object in recalling such painful emotions was to commend the use of anaesthetics, which had they...
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Rest under the shadow of the great Rock

John Kennedy - 1864 - 400 páginas
...trembling hope in Christ. During the operation his senses were, he says, preternaturally acute. "The black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness...bordering close upon despair, which swept through his mind and overwhelmed his heart," he could never forget. But the mental sufferings thus described...
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Memoir of George Wilson. New condensed ed. By his sister

Jesse Aitken Wilson - 1866
...words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs are now forgotten; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...I can never forget, however gladly I would do so." 1 The object in recalling such painful emotions was to 1 Letter to Dr. Simpson. 1842-43- SURGICAL OPERATION....
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'Who giveth songs in the night:' words of comfort for the sorrowing children ...

Who - 1867 - 170 páginas
...particular pangs are now forgotten; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness, the sense of desertion by God and man, bordering close...I can never forget, however gladly I would do so." Years afterward, he said, in a letter to Dr. Cairns, " There is no day so painful to me to recall as...
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The Christian Witness and Congregational Magazine, Volumen3

1867
...trembling hope in Christ. During the operation his senses were, he says, preternaturally acute. " The black whirlwind of emotion, the horror ,of great darkness...bordering close upon despair, which swept through his mind and overwhelmed his heart," he could never forget. But the mental sufferings thus described...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Volumen5

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1868
...words, and thus fortunately cannot be recalled. The particular pangs are now forgotten ; but the black whirlwind of emotion, the horror of great darkness,...and the sense of desertion by God and man, bordering closely upon despair, which swept through my mind and overwhelmed my heart, I can never forget, however...
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