de Richelieu was but seventeen months younger than I am when he died, and died of a mortal disease
In the case of contraries, it is not always necessary that if one exists the other should also exist: for if all become healthy there will be health and no disease
, and again, if everything turns white, there will be white, but no black.
By the invention of lingering death; for he had a mortal disease
which he perpetually tended, and as recovery was out of the question, he passed his entire life as a valetudinarian; he could do nothing but attend upon himself, and he was in constant torment whenever he departed in anything from his usual regimen, and so dying hard, by the help of science he struggled on to old age.
But, gentlemen, whoever can pride himself on his diseases
and even swagger over them?
, I was relieved to find, I had only in a modified form, and, so far as that was concerned, I might live for years.
of the mind do in almost every particular imitate those of the body.
If the mighty merchant whose benefactions are reckoned by thousands of dollars deem himself worthy, let him join the procession with her whose love has proved itself by watchings at the sick-bed, and all those lowly offices which bring her into actual contact with disease
The capacity which had raised him to fame and fortune was his capacity (unrivalled among his brethren) for the discovery of remote disease
This was a hard case for Cotton Mather, who saw no other way to rescue his poor child Samuel from the disease
Nothing of emotion could be seen on his face, disfigured already by the loathsome disease
The medical profession thrives on two incurable diseases
in these modern days--a He-disease
and a She-disease
A KIND-HEARTED Physician sitting at the bedside of a patient afflicted with an incurable and painful disease
, heard a noise behind him, and turning saw a cat laughing at the feeble efforts of a wounded mouse to drag itself out of the room.