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" In addition to the violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with unshaken nerves. Out of 92 children born in that district within a few months... "
On Some of the Mental Affections of Childhood and Youth: Being the ... - Page 59
by J. Langdon Down - 1887 - 307 pages
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Principles of Human Physiology: With Their Chief Applications to Pathology ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Physiology - 1843 - 618 pages
...the siege of Landau in 1793. In addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with unshaken nerves. Out of 92 children born in that district within a few months afterwards,...
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A Treatise on the Physiological and Moral Management of Infancy

Andrew Combe - 1847 - 160 pages
...siege of Landau, in 1793. In addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could listen to with unshaken nerves. Out of 92 children born in that district within a few months afterwards,...
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Midwifery and the diseases of women

Joel Shew - 1853 - 432 pages
...in 1793. It is stated that, in addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could listen to with unshaken nerves. Out of ninety-two children born in that district within a few months...
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St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 13

Medicine - 1855
...Lnndau, in 1793, in which, in addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion. Out of 92 children born in the district within a lew months thereafter, 16 died at the instant of birth,...
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Quarterly Journal of Psychological Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence, Volume 2

Medical jurisprudence - 1868
...the siege of Landau in 1793. In addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with unshaken nerves. Out of 92 children born in that district within a few months afterward,...
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A Physician's counsels to woman, in health and disease

Walter C. Taylor (M. D.) - 1871 - 399 pages
...the siege of London in 1793. In addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with unshaken nerves. Out of 92 children born in that district within a few months afterwards,...
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The Marriage of Near Kin: Considered with Respect to the Laws of Nations ...

Alfred Henry Huth - Consanguinity - 1875 - 359 pages
...continued state of anxiety and nervous shocks during gestation may cause idiocy in the offspring. Thus, at the siege of Landau, in the year 1793, in addition...which kept the women in a constant state of alarm, the 218 THE MARRIAGE OF NEAR KIN. arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with...
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Detroit Review of Medicine and Pharmacy, Volume 11

Medicine - 1876
...1793. " In addition to a violent cannonading," says Carpenter, " which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up...which few could bear with unshaken nerves. Out of ninety-two children born in that district, within a few months afterwards, Baron Percy states that...
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Stock-breeding: A Practical Treatise on the Applications of the Laws of ...

Manly Miles - Livestock - 1878 - 424 pages
...siege of Landau, in 1793, " in addition to a violent cannonading, which kept the women for some time in a constant state of alarm, the arsenal blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with unshaken nerves. Out of ninety-two children born in that district within a few months afterward,...
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New views of matter, life, motion, and resistance: also an enquiry into the ...

Joseph Hands - 1879
...than that of Baron Percy, who relates that after the seige of Landau, in 1793, that in addition to the violent cannonading, which kept the women in a constant...blew up with a terrific explosion, which few could hear with unshaken nerves. Out of ninetytwo children born in that district within a few months afterwards,...
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