Some days after she filled the same pocket with get gum-drops and bonbons, and sat down to her work. So great, indeed, has been the effect of these celebrated experiments, that they have tended, we venture to think, to lure more than one eminent physiologist from the consistency of his own conclusions: dosage.
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