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" The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness and loss of feeling in the chest and about the pectoral muscles. After the second... "
The Edinburgh Annual Register - Page 526
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 35

1801
...the nose being accurately closed, 1 made three inspirations and expirations of the hydrocarbonate. The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...chest and about the pectoral muscles. After the second inspiration, I lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation except a...
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Memoirs of the life of Thomas Beddoes, with an analytical account of his ...

John Edmonds Stock - 1811 - 413 pages
...with the rapidity of lightning, and at once to prostrate the system below the point of reaction. " The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...external things, and had no distinct sensation, except a terrible oppression on the chest. During the third inspiration, he seemed to himself to be sinking...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 3, Part 2

1812
...attempted to breathe it undiluted, but as soon as it arrived at the top of the windpipe, the epiglottis closed with painful sensation, and prevented its entering...loss of feeling- in the chest and about the pectoral musclée ; after the second, he lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 3

1812
...respired, is made by a mixture of carbonic and hydrogen gas, (the hydro carbonate;) Mr Davyventuredto inhale it in its pure undiluted state : "The first...loss of feeling in the chest and about the pectoral muscle* ; after the second, he lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation...
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Medical Jurisprudence, Volume 2

John Ayrton Paris, John Samuel Martin Fonblanque - 1823
...ventured to take three inspirations of the gas produced from the decomposition of water by charcoal. " The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...and about the pectoral muscles ; after the second," says he, " I lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation, except a...
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The London Magazine, Volume 5

1826
...says he, " the nose being accurately closed, I made three inspirations and expirations of the gas. The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...chest and about the pectoral muscles. After the second inspiration, 1 lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation, except...
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Mechanics Magazine, Volume 6

1827
...says l«e, " the nose being accurately closed, I made three inspirations and expirations of the gas. The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...chest and about the pectoral muscles. After the second inspiration I lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation, except л...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 6

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1827
...lungs," says he, "the nose being accurately closed, I made three inspirations and expirations of the gas. The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...chest and about the pectoral muscles. After the second inspiration I lost all power of perceiving external things, and bad no distinct sensation, except a...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of ..., Volume 3

1830
...numhness and loss of feeling in the chest and ahout the pectoral muscles. After the second inspiration, I lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation except a terrihle oppression on the chest. During the third inspiration, this feeling disappeared — I seemed...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 15

1831
...attempt was made upon four quarts of carburetted hydrogen gas, of which he made three inspirations. " The first inspiration produced a sort of numbness...chest, and about the pectoral muscles. After the second inspiration, I lost all power of perceiving external things, and had no distinct sensation except a...
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