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" He was fully sensible that he had not long to live, yet talked with cheerfulness to all who called on him. In the course of the day he expressed his thankfulness at being permitted to die quietly in his family, without... "
Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review - Página 272
1804
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The Connecticut evangelical magazine, Volumen 5

1804 - 498 páginas
...but a little way, and that with great difficulty : for some time he found himself unable to speak ; but, on recovering a little, he told his friends that he had never felt more pleasantly during his whole life-time, than during the time he was unable to speak. He was fully sensible...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen 1

David Phineas Adams, William Emerson, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1804 - 694 páginas
...weak, that he could walk but a little way, and that with greaf difficulty. For fomc time he : :• a himfelf unable to fpeak ; but, on recovering a little, he told his friends that he had never felt more plcafantly during his whole life-time, than during the" time he w.is unable to fpeak. He was fully...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen 1

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1804 - 692 páginas
...his death he became fo weak, that he could walk but a little way, and that with great difficulty. For fome time he found himfelf unable to fpeak ; but, on recovering a little, he told his friendi tirt he had never felt more pleafantly during his whole life-time, than during tht time he...
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The Literary journal, Volumen 3

1804 - 400 páginas
...walk but a little way, and that with great difficulty; for some time he found himself unable to speak; but on recovering a little, he told his friends that he had never felt more pleasantly during his whole life-time, than during the time he was un.ible to speak. He was fully •ensible...
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The Medical Repository, Volumen 1

1804 - 462 páginas
...walk but a little way, and that with great difficulty; for some time he found himself unable to speak; but on recovering a little, he told his friends that he had never felt more pleasantly during his whole life-time, than during the time he was unable to speak. He was fully sensible...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine:: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1808 - 630 páginas
...death, he became fo weak, that he could walk but a little way, and that with great difficulty. For fome time he found himfelf unable to fpeak ; but on...his friends that he had never felt more pleafantly durmg his whole life time, than during the time he was unable to fpeak. He was fully fenfible that...
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Walker's Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge

1809 - 702 páginas
...could walk hut little w.'v, and that with great difficulty^ for fome time he found himfelf uruhu- ro fpeak ; but, on recovering a little, he told his friends that he had nevesjclt more pleafantjy during his whole lifc, tiian during the time he was unab>c to fpeak. He was...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volumen 25

Alexander Chalmers - 1816 - 540 páginas
...but a little way, and that with, great difficulty. For some time he found himself unable to speak; but, on recovering a little, he told his friends, that he had never felt more pleasantly during his whole lifetime, than during the time he was unable to speak. He was fully sensible...
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Memoir of John Aikin, M.D.

John Aikin, Lucy Aikin - 1823 - 446 páginas
...but a little way, and that with great difficulty. For some time he found himself unable to speak ; but, on recovering a little, he told his friends, that he had never felt more pleasantly during his whole life-time, than during the time he was unable to speak. He was fully sensible...
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A Memorial Containing Travels Through Life Or Sundry Incidents in the Life ...

Benjamin Rush - 1905 - 548 páginas
...walk but a little way, and that with great difficulty: for some time he found himself unable to speak; but on recovering a little, he told his friends that he had never felt more pleasantly during his whole life-time, than during the time that he was unable to speak. He was 18O4...
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