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" In a conversation with my informant, a few hours before his execution, he admitted that it was the third murder he had been guilty of, besides having been engaged in more than twenty fights with knives, in which he had both given and received many serious... "
New York Dissector: Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Surgery, Magnetism ... - Σελίδα 125
1848
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...fights with knives, in which he had both giyea and received many serious wounds ; but, he observed, it was the north wind, not he, that shed all this...impatience at every thing about him, would cause him to lake umbrage even at the members of his own family on the most trivial occurrence. If he went abroad,...

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Sir Woodbine Parish - 1839 - 415 σελίδες
...fights with knives, in which he had both given and received many serious wounds ; but, he observed, it was the north wind, not he, that shed all this...headache first, and then a feeling of impatience at everything about him, would cause him to take umbrage even at the members of his own family on the...

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...fights with knives, in which he had both given and received many serious wounds ; but, he observed, it was the north wind, not he, that shed all this...its accursed influence upon him ; a dull headache at first, and then a feeling of impatience at everything about him, would cause him to take umbrage...

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Sir Woodbine Parish - 1839 - 415 σελίδες
...with knives, in which he had both given and i¿wed many serious wounds; but, he observed, it wsatke north wind, not he, that shed all this blood. When he rose from his bed in the morning, he said, hs¿vaa at once aware of its accursed influence upon hiia;—.e dull headache first, and then a feeling...

Knight's Penny Magazine, Τόμος 13

1844
...received many serious wounds ; but, be observed, ' it was the north wind, and not he, that did iu' When he rose from his bed in the morning, he said, he was at once aware of its accursed influence over him ; a dull headache first, and then a feeling of impatience at every thing about him, would...

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Samuel Dickson, William Turner (M.D. ed.) - 1845
...he had both given and received many serious wounds ; but he observed that it was the north wind and not he that shed all this blood. When he rose from...the members of his own family, on the most trivial occurrence. If he went abroad, his headache generally became worse, a heavy weight seemed to hang over...

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The Phrenological Journal and Magazine of Moral Science from the year 1846 VOL.XIX - 1846
...received many serious wounds ; but, he observed, ' it was the north wind, and not he, that did it.' When he rose from his bed in the morning, he said, he was at once aware of its accursed influence over him ; a dull headach first, and then a feeling of impatience at everything about him, would cause...

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...fights with knives, in which he had both given and received many serious wounds ; but, he observed, it was the north wind, not he, that shed all this...bed in the morning, he said he was at once aware of his accursed influence upon him ; a dull head-ache first, and then a feeling of impatience at every...

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Samuel Dickson - 1850 - 224 σελίδες
...he had both given and received many serious wounds ; but he observed that it was the north wind, and not he that shed all this blood. When he rose from...the members of his own family, on the most. trivial occurrence. If he went abroad, his headache generally became worse, a heavy weight seemed to hang over...




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