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Page cxliii - of it, that its conclufion would be mortal, fubmitting to the feveral exertions made for his recovery rather as a duty than from any expectation of their efficacy. He confidered the operations of death upon his
Page cxlii - itfelf to the General, he procured a bleeder in the neighbourhood, who took from his arm, in the night, twelve or fourteen ounces of blood : he would not by any means be
Page clxvii - card, which was yellow, was placed before him, he could not tell whether it had corners or not, fo that he had not acquired any correct knowledge of them, fince he could not apply it to the next coloured furface, whofe form was exactly the fame with that, the outline of which the eye had juft been taught to trace.
Page cxliii - of another bleeding, when about thirty-two ounces of blood were drawn, without the fmalleft apparent alleviation of the difeafe. Vapours of vinegar and water were frequently inhaled, ten grains of calomel were given, fucceeded by repeated dofes of
Page clxx - days, that he could not without counting their corners one by one tell their fhape. This he did with great facility, running his eye quickly along the outline, fo that it was evident he was ftill learning, juft as a child learns to read.
Page cxlii - in the fame part, a cough, and a difficult rather than a painful deglutition, which were foon fucceeded by fever and a quick and laborious refpiration. The neceffity of blood-letting
Page clxxi - That, where the eye before the cataract is removed, has only been capable of difcerning light, without being able to diftinguifh colours, objects after its removal will feem to touch the eye, and there will be no knowledge of their