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" Whitbeck, the first use of the water quickly produced the usual marked effect on the throats both of the men and horses employed on the works. The soreness of mouth from which they at first suffered soon, however, disappeared, and in the horses gave place... "
British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly Journal of ... - Página 140
1862
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volumen18

1863
...neighbouring rivulets, no fins are ever found in this arseniated stream." Further, it is said, that " when the railway was being carried past Whitbeck, the first use of the water produced the usual marked effects on the throats both of the men and horses employed on the works....
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American Journal of Dental Science, Volumen10

1860
...trout, is the only stream in the neighborhood from which that fish is absent ; eels, however, have been found in it. Ducks will not live if confined...to this arsenical water. When the railway was being car"ed past Whitbeck, the first use of the water quickly produced the usual marked effect on the throats...
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Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and Allied Sciences

1861
...arsenical poisoning, but rather to the effects which are obeerved in Styria among the arsenic-eaters there. When the railway was being carried past Whitbeck the first use of the water produced the usual marked eflectá on the throats both of the men aud horses employed on the works....
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The Living Age ..., Volumen71

1861
...arsenical poisoning, but rather to the effects which are observed in Styria among the arsenic-eaters there. When the railway was being carried past Whitbeck, the first use of the water produced the usual marked effects on the throats both of the men and horses employed on the works....
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On Diseases of the Skin

Sir Erasmus Wilson - 1863 - 694 páginas
...trout, is the only stream in the neighborhood from which that fish is absent ; eels, however, have been found in it. Ducks will not live if confined...arsenical water. When the railway was being carried put Whitbeok, the Srst use of the water quickly produced the psual marked effect on the throats both...
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On Diseases of the Skin

Sir Erasmus Wilson - 1865 - 694 páginas
...for trout, is the only stream in the neighborhood from which that fish is absent; eels, however, have been found in it. Ducks will not live if confined...usual marked effect on the throats both of the men and hor-jea employed on the works- The soreness of mouth from which they at first suffered won however...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volumen32

1869
...trout, is the only stream in the neighborhood from which that fish is absent ; eels, however, have been found in it. Ducks will not live if confined...was being carried past Whitbeck, the first use of water quickly produced the usual marked effect on the throats both of the men and the horses employed...
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American Journal of Pharmacy, Volumen32

1869
...trout, is the only stream in the neighborhood from which that fish is absent ; eels, however, have been found in it. Ducks will not live if confined...was being carried past Whitbeck, the first use of water quickly produced the usual marked effect on the throats both of the men and the horses employed...
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