Can you not trust me as a physician
when I tell you so?
, as he had a fair right to be termed,next bestowed his attention on the mother.
It may have produced an unfavorable effect," said the physician
, growing restive and taking up his gloves.
went to his house and made a polo club, the handle of which he hollowed out, and put in it the drug he wished to use.
To this the physician
replied, "Of those my lord the governor shall not eat so long as I live.
Yes," said the physician
, "I repeat it; she is still alive, and I am astonished at it.
Captain Langford, who had been very active in this affair, was returning to the presence of Lady Eleanore Rochcliffe, when he encountered the physician
, Doctor Clarke, with whom he had held some casual talk on the day of her arrival.
The book contained a printed letter that an Italian physician
had written upon the very subject about .
Another year passed under the superintendence of the same master, during which the young physician
had the credit of “ riding with the old doctor,” although they were generally observed to travel different roads.
Well, then, you shall order another sign-frame of the smith; you shall paint six physicians
, and write underneath
There then ensued between the physician
and the archdeacon one of those congratulatory prologues which, in accordance with custom, at that epoch preceded all conversations between learned men, and which did not prevent them from detesting each other in the most cordial manner in the world.
Some old stagers held back so that they might be seen by the physician
himself, but they seldom succeeded in this; and only three or four, whose condition seemed to demand his attention, were kept.
At length Athos refused to rise at all; he declined all nourishment, and his terrified people, although he did not complain, although he wore a smile upon his lips, although he continued to speak with his sweet voice - his people went to Blois in search of the ancient physician
of the late Monsieur, and brought him to the Comte de la Fere in such a fashion that he could see the comte without being himself seen.
who first warned me of the critical state of my mother's health is anxious to hear what I can tell him of her last moments.
AN OLD WOMAN having lost the use of her eyes, called in a Physician
to heal them, and made this bargain with him in the presence of witnesses: that if he should cure her blindness, he should receive from her a sum of money; but if her infirmity remained, she should give him nothing.