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That was a nice little speech about the medicine Mother sent him.
The medicine is potent for good, and were it my child -- yea, mine own, as well as thine
I heard no more of this conversation, for the medicine did well and sent me to sleep, and in the morning I felt much better; but I often thought of John's words when I came to know more of the world.
She found that the medicine did really diminish, but it did not occur to her that the boy was mending the health of a crack in the sitting-room floor with it.
Cobb, who, it is needless to say, was distinctly of the old school in medicine.
He did not believe it to proceed from any thing that care and medicine might not remove, or at least that she might not have many years of existence before her; but he could not be prevailed on, by all his father's doubts, to say that her complaints were merely imaginary, or that she was as strong as ever.
She was carried out of the room therefore in her mother's arms, in quest of this medicine, and as the two boys chose to follow, though earnestly entreated by their mother to stay behind, the four young ladies were left in a quietness which the room had not known for many hours.
It wants twenty minutes, sir, to taking the medicine,' she commenced.
He said there'd been too much medicine and too much lettin' him have his own way.
One cloudy moonlight night, in the third week of December (I think the twenty-second of the month) in the year 1757, I was walking on a retired part of the quay by the Seine for the refreshment of the frosty air, at an hour's distance from my place of residence in the Street of the School of Medicine, when a carriage came along behind me, driven very fast.
Crupp could only lay her hand upon her nankeen bosom, and fortify herself against returning pain with sips of her medicine.
Some medical beast had revived Tar-water in those days as a fine medicine, and Mrs.