Management of the Placenta in Abortion

W. A. HARVEY
1874 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Dr. Doane, " Well, sir, I see no reason why you should not get well, and be about soon." " Oh," said he, " 1 havo always known 1 should get well, 1 was told by my spirit friends that all this would happen ; and they told me, also, that 1 should pull through, all right. Now," said he, " mark my words, doctors, if I do not get well, do you never have any confidence in Spiritualism, hereafter." The latter part of the sixth week from the time of receiving the wound, a severe chill supervened, which
more » ... l supervened, which was repeated at intervals, followed by delirium and great distress, and he died the forty-fifth day after the injury. It is just to state that the first ten days after the injury, he was in a condition of great mental exaltation, and almost night and day would recite the occurrence and its causes to innumerable persons, notwithstanding the strictest prohibition, advised and repeated again and again.
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