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" He raised himself many times from his seat, but fell again on it, for he had been in a sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs. In a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and, with tottering steps, came to the... "
Journal of the Senate of the State of Missouri - Page 64
by Missouri. General Assembly. Senate - 1845
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The Popular Encyclopedia;: pt. 1: Wax-Z, Supplement A-Dul

Sir Daniel Keyte Sandford - Art - 1841
...long that he had lost the use of his legs. In a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining Lis balance, and with tottering steps came to the door...was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the »veiling be returned of his own accord...
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THE BRITSISH & FOREIGN MEDICAL REVIEW

JOHN FORBES M.D. F.R.S. - 1836
...sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs; in a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps...and he cried out enthusiastically, " How beautiful 1" During the rest of the day he was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and...
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The North American Review, Volume 44

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1837
...sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs. In a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps...was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the evening he returned of his own accord...
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The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volume 10

Phrenology - 1837
...sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs. In a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and, with tottering steps,...was constantly in motion, walking up and down the stair-cases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the evening he returned of his own accord...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser. New and improved ser, Volume 2

1838
...sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs. In a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps...was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the evening he returned of his own accord...
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Total abolition of personal restraint in the treatment of the insane, a lect ...

Robert Gardiner Hill - 1839
...the use of his legs ; in a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with 14 tottering steps came to the door of his dark cell....was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the evening he returned of his own accord...
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Illustrations of the Law of Kindness

George Washington Montgomery - Kindness - 1841 - 216 pages
...sitting posture so long, that he had lost the use of his legs. In a quarter of an hour, he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps,...was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight. In the evening he returned of his own accord...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

1841
...sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs ; in a quarter of an hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps...enthusiastically, " How beautiful !" During the rest of the day he WHS constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and uttering short exclamations of delight....
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 19

Periodicals - 1841
...sitting posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs ; in a quarter of nn hour he succeeded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps...and he cried out enthusiastically, " How beautiful I" During the rest of the day he was constantly in motion, walking up and down the staircases, and...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volumes 18-19

General - 1841
...sifting1 posture so long that he had lost the use of his legs ; in a quarter of an hour he succieded in maintaining his balance, and with tottering steps...door of his dark cell. His first look was at the sky, an'i he cried out enthusiastically, "How beautiful!" Curing the rest of the day he was constantly in...
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