1882 The Lancet  
161 with his work. While in the act of stretching himself to hang a picture on the evening of April 23rd, 1881, about an hour after a meal of tea and bread-and-butter, he was again suddenly seized with the same pain as before, and when seen was in a chair, moaning, with the knees drawn up, pale, with a cool skin and a slow but not weak pulse. Bowels had acted during the day. Morphia was again injected with but little relief, and by the following evening he was in a state of profound collapse, and died in twenty-four hours
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