Death by an over Dose of Opium

1844 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
near-sighted than those whose business it is to look at larger objects. Mr. Lawrence attended a book-sale, and found that out of twenty-three persons who were present, twelve of the number wore glasses. Like several oilier affections of the eye, myopia is sometimes hereditary, the children of myopic pareóte being more apt than others to be affected with the disease.
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