The Hygienic Treatment of Consumption

M.L. Holbrook, 1891 - 219 páginas

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Página 188 - As a rock on the sea shore he standeth firm, and the dashing of the waves disturbeth him not. He raiseth his head like a tower on a hill, and the arrows of fortune drop at his feet. In the instant of danger the courage of his heart sustaineth him ; and the steadiness of his mind beareth him out.
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