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" It is almost impossible to enumerate all the symptoms of this first invader upon the constitution, as in a hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each; but be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming... "
The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining and ... - Page 175
edited by - 1872
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Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Volume 13

Royal Agricultural Society of England - Agriculture - 1852
...fadigestiim there will probably be something peculiar to each ; but, be they what they may, they are ull occasioned by the food becoming a burden rather than...to the stomach ; and in all its stages the medicine must wanted is that which will afford speedy and effectual assistance to the digestive organs, and...
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Allen's Indian Mail, and Register of Intelligence for British and ..., Volume 9

1851
...peculiar to each ; but, be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming a burthen rather than a support to the stomach ; and in all...the medicine most wanted is that which will afford effectual assistance to the digestive organs, and give energy to the nervous and muscular systems,—...
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Our Christian Classics: Readings from the Best Divines with ..., Volume 2

James Hamilton - Christian literature, English - 1857
...hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each; but, be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming...support to the stomach ; and in all its stages the medicinemost wanted is that which will afford speedy and effectual assistance tothe digestive organs,...
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Bradshaw's railway &c. through route and overland guide to India, Egypt, and ...

George Bradshaw - 1858
...hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each; but be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming a burden rather than a sup port to the stomach ; and in all its stages the medicine most wanted is that which will affon speedy...
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The history of Protestantism, Volume 2

James Aitken Wylie - Church history - 1874
...hundred oases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each; but be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming...burden rather than a support to the stomach; and in al its Biases the medicine most wanted is that which will afford speedy and effectual assistance to...
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The lady's every-day book, by the author of 'Enquire within', assisted by ...

Robert Kemp Philp - 1875
...they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming a bnrden rather than a support to tho stomach ; and in all its stages the medicine most...assistance to the digestive organs, and give energy to tho nervous and muscular systems, — nothing can moro speedily or with more certainty effect so desirable...
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Tourists' guide to North Wales

Abel Heywood (and son; ltd.) - 1877
...hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each; bnt be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming...organs, and give energy to the nervous and muscular systems,—nothing can more speedily or with more certainty effect so desirable an object than Norton's...
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Pictorial notes in the National gallery. The British school

Henry Blackburn - Painting, English - 1877 - 156 pages
...hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each; but be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming...organs, and give energy to the nervous and muscular systems,—nothing can more speedily or with more certainty effect so desirable an object than Norton's...
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The Teachers' storehouse and treasury of material for working ..., Volume 9

1884
...hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something-peculiar to each ; but be they what tney may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming...the digestive organs, and give energy to the nervous andmusoulars37stems — nothing can more speedily, or with more certainty, effect so desirable an object...
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The Lamp [ed. by T.E. Bradley]., Volumes 26-27

Thomas Earnshaw Bradley - 1884
...hundred cases of Indigestion there will probably be something peculiar to each ; but be they what they may, they are all occasioned by the food becoming...to the stomach ; and in all its stages the medicine moat wanted is that which will afford speedy and effectual assistance to the digestive ' organs, and...
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