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Passages from the diary of a late physician.
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book staggered horror-struck to the bed, and uttering a loud shriek, alarmed Mrs. J, who instantly tottered up stairs, almost palsied with fright. Miss J was dead. • I was there within a few minutes, for my house was not more than two streets distant. It was a stormy night in March: and the desolate aspect of things without — deserted streets — the dreary howling of the Warren here supposedly presents the papers of a late friend, detailing the interesting cases he had encountered as a physician.
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