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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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 Aaron, we are all undone! Now, help, orwoe betide thee ever more! Aaron. Why, what a caterwauling dost thou keep ; what dostthou wrap and fumble in thy arms? Nurse. O, that which I would hide from heavens eye, ourempress shame, our stately Eomes disgrace. She is deliverd,lords; she is deliverd. Aaron. To whom? Nurse. I mean shes brought to bed. Aaron. Well, God give her good rest! What hath he sent her? Nurse. A devil. Aaron. Why, then, shes the devils dam ; a joyful issue. Ncrse. A joyless, dismal, black and sorrowful issue. Here isthe babe,—as loathsome as a toad amongst the fairest burdens ofour clime. The empress sends it thee, thy stamp, thy seal, andbids thee christen it with thy daggers point. Aaron. Zounds! ye whore, is black so base a hue?—Sweetjblowse

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