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" Vol. ii, p. 402. early seized our present queen, are thought the dregs of a tainted original. Willis, the great physician, being called to consult for one of his sons, gave his opinion in the words, ' mala stamina vitae,' which gave such offence that... "
The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: Comprising ... - Page 337
by William Munk, Royal College of Physicians of London - 1878
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of King ...

Gilbert Burnet - Great Britain - 1753
...violent pain that his eldeft daughter had in her eyes, and the gout which has early feized our prefent Queen, are thought the dregs of a tainted original. Willis, the great phyfician, 'being called to confult for one of his fons, gave his opinion in thofe words, Mala Stamina...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: ... Carefully Corrected, and ...

Gilbert Burnet - Great Britain - 1753
...violent pain that his eldeft daughter had in her eyes, and the gout which has early feized our prefent Queen, are thought the dregs of a tainted original. Willis^ the great phyfician, being called to confult for one of his fons, gave his 'opinion in thofe words, mala /lamina...
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Cobbett's state trials

Thomas Bayly Howell, Thomas Jones Howell, William Cobbett, David Jardine - Law - 1812
...that lis eldest daughter had in her eyes, and the jout which has early seized our present queen, ire thought the dregs of a tainted original. Willis, the...to consult for one of his sons, gave his opinion in those words, « Mala Stamina Vitoe ;' whicli gave such offence, that he was never called for afterwards."...
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History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the First ..., Volume 1

Gilbert Burnet - Great Britain - 1823
...had lived long'. The violent pain that his eldest daughter had in her eyes, and the gout which has early seized our present queen, are thought the dregs...tainted original. Willis, the great physician, being i Countess of Chesterfield, after his dethronement, who daughter to the duke of Or- lived to twenty...
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The Roll of the Royal College of Physicians of London: 1518 to 1700

Royal College of Physicians of London, William Munk - Physicians - 1878
...long. The violent pain which his eldest daughter had in her eyes, and the gout which * Athena) Oxon, Vol. ii, p. 402. early seized our present queen, are...sons, gave his opinion in the words, ' mala stamina vitas,' which gave such offence that he was never called for afterwards." Dr. Willis died at his house...
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Selections from the Works of the Late J. Wharburton Begbie

James Warburton Begbie - Brain - 1882 - 422 pages
...James II, he spoke his mind freely, and thereby gave great offence. Bishop Burnet has related that ''Willis, the great physician, being called to consult for one of his, the Duke of York's, sons, gave his opinion in the words, ' mala stamina 1 ' The Roll of the Royal College...
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Selections from the Works of the Late J. Wharburton Begbie

James Warburton Begbie - Brain - 1882 - 422 pages
...James II, he spoke his mind freely, and thereby gave great offence. Bishop Burnet has related that "Willis, the great physician, being called to consult for one of his, the Duke of York's, sons, gave his opinion in the words, ' mala stamina 1 ' The Roll of the Koyal College...
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The Asclepiad. v. 9, 1892, Volume 9

1892
...with whom he lived long. The violent pain which his eldest daughter had in her eyes and the gout which early seized our present Queen are thought the dregs...sons, gave his opinion in the words 'Mala stamina vita?,' which gave such offence that he was never called for afterwards." That the opinion of Dr. Willis...
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Disciples of Ęsculapius v. 2, Volume 2

Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson - 1900
...whom he lived long. The violent pain which his eldest daughter had in her eyes, and the gout which early seized our present Queen, are thought the dregs...offence that he was never called for afterwards." That the opinion of Dr. Willis was sound, events proved too faithfully. Poor Queen Anne, daughter of...
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Ungrateful Daughters: The Stuart Princesses Who Stole Their Father's Crown

Maureen Waller - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 454 pages
...with ulcers, or they broke out upon them soon after; and all his sons died young, and unhealthy.' That ‘Willis, the great physician, being called to consult for one of his sons, gave his opinion in those words, male stamina vitae, which gave such offence, that he was never called for afterwards.'...
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