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" Conqueror, which ship has lost about one sixth of her complement, nearly the whole of whom died within the last eight months,) it is my opinion, that the life of Napoleon Bonaparte will be endangered by a longer residence in such a climate as that of... "
History of the captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: from the letters and ... - Pagina 468
di William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
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THE MONTHLY GAZETTE OF HEALTH; OR MEDICAL DIETETIC, ANTIEMPIRICAL, AND ...

RICHARD REECE, M.D - 1822
...Admin.lty, dated Keimington, October 28, 1818. — It is my opinion that the life of Napoleon uuonaparte will be endangered by a longer residence in such a...his distemper to render him peculiarly susceptible. (Signed) BE O'MEARA, late Surgeon to Napoleon." (COPY.) " Lyon's Inn, Strand, June 19, 1821. *'...
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The history of Napoleon

Richard Henry Horne - 1841
...about one sixth of her complement, nearly the whole of whom died within the last eight months),—it is my opinion that the life of Napoleon Bonaparte...his distemper to render him peculiarly susceptible." From that moment, therefore, the British ministry must be regarded as having been perfectly aware of...
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Napoleon in exile: or, A voice from St. Helena. The opinions and ..., Volume 2

Barry Edward O'Meara, Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - 1853
...Europeans in general, and particularly in his majesty's ship Conqueror, which ship has lost about one sixth of her complement, nearly the whole of whom died within...his distemper to render him peculiarly susceptible." (Signed) BARRY E. O'MEARA. Surgeon, RN To John Wilson Croker, Eq. Secretary to the Admiralty. The...
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena. The Opinions and ..., Volume 2

Barry Edward O'Meara, Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - 1853
...Europeans in general, and particularly in his majesty's ship Conqueror, which ship has lost about one sixth of her complement, nearly the whole of whom died within...irritations to which he has been hitherto subjected, and of which.it is the nature of his distemper to render him peculiarly susceptible." (Signed) BAHRY E. O'MEARA....
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