1866 The Lancet  
700 but at the time she did so he did not tell her she would die. On the night he first saw her she told him she was sure she would die. She lived ten days afterwards. Mr. Justice Byles asked what were her words, as nearly as the witness could tell ? The witness replied that her exact words were, " am sure to die." Again, before she made the statement, she expressed an opinion that she would not recover. That was a day or two before she made the statement. Witness told her she was very
more » ... e was very seriously ill. He wrote the statement she made, and it was embodied in the depositions.
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