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" ... whatever have been observed. All the animals to whom the powder was not given died raving mad in twenty-five days. One dog, to whom it was found impossible to administer more than four doses, did not go mad, but fell into a kind of lethargy, and refused... "
A picture of Valencia, tr. by F. Shoberl - Page 230
by Christian August Fischer - 1809
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 29

1810
...two ye3rs, no ill consequenceS whatever have been observed. All the ammimals to whom the powder as not given, died raving mad in twenty-five days. “One...not go mad, but fell into a kind of lethargy, and iefused to eat; till at length lie died on the sixtieth day, but cvithout any of' the symptoniS of...
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Philosophical Magazine

Science - 1808
...and till the present moment, during the space of neatly two years, no ill consequence whatever has been observed. All the animals to whom the powder was not given died raving mad in 25 days. " One dog to which it was found impossible to administer more than four doses, did not go...
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