Shakespeare as a physicianComprising every word which in any way relates to medicine, surgery or obstetrics, found in the complete works of that writer, with criticisms and comparison of the same with the medical thoughts of to-day . -: the emperor hath a son. Demetrius. Soft! AVho comes there? (Enter a nvrsp., irithahlacTi-child in her arms.) 52 SHAKESPEARE AS A PHYSICIAN.. Look how the black slave smiles upon his father. Nurse. Good morrow, lords. O! tell me, did you see Aaronthe Moor? Aaron. Well, more, or less, or neer a whit at all, here Aaronis; and what with Aaron now ? Nurse. O, gentle

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Shakespeare as a physicianComprising every word which in any way relates to medicine, surgery or obstetrics, found in the complete works of that writer, with criticisms and comparison of the same with the medical thoughts of to-day . -: the emperor hath a son. Demetrius. Soft! AVho comes there? (Enter a nvrsp., irithahlacTi-child in her arms.) 52 SHAKESPEARE AS A PHYSICIAN.. Look how the black slave smiles upon his father. Nurse. Good morrow, lords. O! tell me, did you see Aaronthe Moor? Aaron. Well, more, or less, or neer a whit at all, here Aaronis; and what with Aaron now ? Nurse. O, gentle

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