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" ... in the hospital was the only measure which could be adopted. The physician, alarmed at the proposal, bold in the confidence of virtue and the cause of humanity, remonstrated vehemently, representing the cruelty as well as the atrocity of such a murder... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Page 375
1802
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The Loyalist [ed. by W. Blair].

Loyalist - France - 1803 - 32 pages
...here inserted: on his arrival, he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the dangerous contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that...remedy the evil, and that the destruction of the sick in the hospital was th^ only measure which could be adopted. The physician, alarmed at the proposal,...
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The Anti-Gallican, Or, Standard of British Loyalty, Religion, and ..., Volume 1

Great Britain - 1803
...here inserted: on his arrival, he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the dangerous contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that something must be done to remedv the evil, and that the destruction of the sick in the hospital was. the only measure which could...
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History of the French Consulate, Under Napoleon Buonaparte: Being an ...

William Vincent Barré - France - 1804 - 535 pages
..." he entered into a long conversation with him '. respecting the danger of contagion, conclud" ing at last with the remark, that something " must be...that the " destruction of the sick .at present in the hos•• pital was the only measure which could be '• adopted. The physician, alarmed at the ••...
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The Anti-Gallican: Or, Standard of British Loyalty, Religion and Liberty ...

France - 1904 - 496 pages
...here inserted : on hi; arrival, he entered into a long conversation with him .respecting the danger of Contagion, -concluding at last with the remark, that...remedy the evil, and that - the destruction of the sick in the Jiospital, was the only measure which could be adopted. The Physician alarmed at the proposal...
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Napoleon, and the French People Under His Empire

Gustav Graf von Schlabrendorf - France - 1806 - 421 pages
...here be inserted; on his arrival he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that...remonstrated vehemently, representing the cruelty as well as the atrocity of such a murder; but finding that Bonaparte persevered and menaced, he indignantly...
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A history of the political life of the rt. hon. W. Pitt, by John ..., Volume 6

John Richards Green - 1809
...a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, .which he concluded by observing, that something must be done to remedy the evil, and that the destruction of the sick then in the hospital was the only measure which could be adopted for that purpose. The physician, -alarmed...
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The Military Mentor: Being a Series of Letters Recently Written by ..., Volume 1

Military art and science - 1809
...contagion; concluding at last with the temark, that something must be done to remedy the evil, and that tl.e destruction of the sick at. present in the hospital, was the only measure which could be adoptmore innocent arts of stratagem. With this view he proposed to the chiefs of certain nations who...
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Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, Indian Ocean, and Up the Red Sea: With ...

Richard Renshaw - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - 1813 - 193 pages
...be inserted ; on his arrival he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that...remedy the evil, and that the destruction of the sick, already in the hospital, was the only means which could be adopted ! ! The physician, alarmed at the...
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The Life and Campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte: From His Birth Down to His ...

J. W. Robertson - 1815 - 631 pages
...here inserted; on his arrival he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that...hospital was the only measure which could be adopted. The pbysician alarmed at the proposal, bold in the confidence of virtue and the cause of humanity, remonstrated...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 17

English literature - 1817
...here inserted; on hit arrival he entered into a long conversation with him respecting the danger of contagion, concluding at last with the remark, that...remonstrated vehemently, representing the cruelty as well as the atrocity of such a murder; but finding that Buonaparte persevered and menaced, he indignantly...
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