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" I went into the country in a very weak and deplorable condition, with no fewer or less diseases than a jaundice, a dropsy,* and an asthma, altogether uniting their forces in the destruction of a body so entirely emaciated, that it had lost all its muscular... "
Miscellaneous: Covent-Garden journal. Essay on nothing. Charge delivered to ... - Strana 197
autor/autoři: Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy - 1806
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Fielding

Austin Dobson - 1883 - 184 str.
...immunity from murder and robbery, his own health was " reduced to the last extremity." " Mine [he says] was now no longer what is called a Bath case," nor, if it had been, could his strength have sustained the "intolerable fatigue" of the journey thither. He accordingly...
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Chronicles of Bow Street Police-office: With an Account of the ..., Svazek 1

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1888
...unrivalled." Yet this intrepid magistrate was at the moment a dying man ; dying, as he said, " in a deplorable condition, with no fewer or less diseases than a jaundice, a dropsy, and an asthma, all together uniting there for the destruction of his body." Never surely was there such a spectacle...
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The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon

Henry Fielding - 1892 - 277 str.
...recollect the outrages with which it began. Having thus fully accomplished my undertaking, I went into the country in a very weak and deplorable condition, with no fewer or less diseases than a.jaundice, a dropsy, and an asthma, altogether uniting their forces in the destruction of a body so...
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Miscellanies ...

Henry Fielding - 1893
...recollect the outrages with which it began. Having thus fully accomplished my undertaking, I went into the country, in a very weak and deplorable condition,...all its muscular flesh. Mine was now no longer what was called a Bath case ; nor, if it had been so, had I strength remaining sufficient to go thither,...
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The Works of Henry Fielding: Miscellanies. 1893

Henry Fielding - 1893
...recollect the outrages with which it began. Having thus fully accomplished my undertaking, I went into the country, in a very weak and deplorable condition,...all its muscular flesh. Mine was now no longer what was called a Bath case ; nor, if it had been so, had I strength remaining sufficient to go thither,...
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The Complete Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: The history of the adventures of ...

Henry Fielding, William Ernest Henley - 1903
...recollect the outrages with which it began. Having thus fully accomplished my undertaking, I went into the country in a very weak and deplorable condition, with...entirely emaciated, that it had lost all its muscular Mine was now no longer what is called a Bath case ; nor, if it had been so, had I strength remaining...
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Fielding

Austin Dobson - 1907 - 218 str.
...immunity from murder and robbery, his own health was "reduced to the last extremity." " Mine (he says) was now no longer what is called a Bath case," nor, if it had been, could his strength have sustained the " intolerable fatigue " of the journey thither. He accordingly...
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The History of Henry Fielding, Svazek 3

Wilbur Lucius Cross - 1918
...asthma attacked him; and dropsy developed in his legs and abdomen. All these diseases, he adds, united "their forces in the destruction of a body so entirely...emaciated, that it had lost all its muscular flesh." Fully aware of what he had done, Fielding became a voluntary sacrifice to the good of the public, in...
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The History of Henry Fielding, Svazek 3

Wilbur Lucius Cross - 1918
...asthma attacked him; and dropsy developed in his legs and abdomen. All these diseases, he adds, united "their forces in the destruction of a body so entirely...emaciated, that it had lost all its muscular flesh." Fully aware of what he had done, Fielding became a voluntary sacrifice to the good of the public, in...
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Criminality and Narrative in Eighteenth-Century England: Beyond the Law

Hal Gladfelder - 2001 - 281 str.
...physical deterioration. From "a lingering imperfect gout" (187), his condition had degenerated to include "no fewer or less diseases than a jaundice, a dropsy,...uniting their forces in the destruction of a body so emaciated, that it had lost all its muscular flesh" (189). Meanwhile, as Fielding's single, physical...
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