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A Treatise on the Yoga Philosophy - Page 57
by N. C. Paul - 1851 - 62 pages
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The Eclectic journal of medicine ..., Volume 1; Volume 4

Levi Reuben, Lester Clinton Dolley - Medicine - 1837 - 529 pages
...the stomach, and his hands also pointed inwards towards the chest. Two heavy slabs of stone, five or six feet long, several inches thick, and broad enough...he could not escape, were then placed over him, and 1 believe a little earth was plastered over the whole, so as to make the surface of the grave smooth...
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Personal narrative of a tour through the western states of Rajwara, in 1835

Alexander Henry E. Boileau - 1837
...white ants and such insects should be the less able to molest him. Two heavy slabs of stone, five or six feet long, several inches thick, and broad enough to cover the mouth of the grave, were then placed over him, so that he could not escape, and I believe a little earth was plastered...
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Sketches of Imposture, Deception, and Credulity

1845 - 283 pages
...the stomach, and his hands also pointed inwards towards the chest. Two heavy slabs of stone, five or six feet long, several inches thick, and broad enough...he could not escape, were then placed over him, and 1 believe a little earth was plastered over the whole, so as to make the surface of the grave smooth...
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The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal: Exhibiting a Concise View of the ...

Medicine - 1850
...broad enough to cover the month of the grave, were then placed over him, so that he could not escape, and I believe a little earth was plastered over the whole, so as to make the surface of the ground smooth and compact. The door of the house mas also built up, and people placed outside to mount...
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Observations on Trance: Or, Human Hybernation

James Braid - Psychical trance - 1850 - 72 pages
...broad enough to cover the mouth of the grave, were then placed over him, so that he could not escape, and, I believe, a little earth was plastered over the whole, so as to make the surface of the ground smooth and compact. The door of the house was also built up, and people placed outside to mount...
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Observations on trance; or, Human hybernation

James Braid - 1850
...white ant, and such insects, should be the less able to molest him. Two heavy slabs of stone, five or six feet long, several inches thick, and broad enough to cover the mouth of the grave, were then placed over lam, so that he could not escape, and, I believe, a little earth was plastered...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 25

American literature - 1870
...cell or grave in which he had been interred was lined with masonry Two heavy slabs of stone, five or six feet long, several inches thick, and broad enough to cover the mouth of the grave, were then laid over him, so that he could not escape. The door of the house was also built up, and...
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The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining ..., Volume 9

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1870
...in a linen shroud, with his knees doubled up towards the chin. Two heavy slabs of stone, 5 or 6 ft. long, several inches thick, and broad enough to cover the mouth of the grave, were then placed over him so that he could not escape. The doors were closed with masonry, and a guard...
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Quarterly Journal of Psychological Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence, Volume 3

Medical jurisprudence - 1869
...up in a linen shroud, with -his knees doubled up toward the chin. Two heavy slabs of stone, five or six feet long, several inches thick, and broad enough to cover the mouth of the grave, were then placed over him, so that he could not escape." The doors were closed with masonry, and a...
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The Popular Science Review: A Quarterly Miscellany of Entertaining ..., Volume 9

James Samuelson, Henry Lawson, William Sweetland Dallas - Science - 1870
...in a linen shroud, with bis knees doubled up towards the chin. Two heavy slabs of stone, 5 or ", ft. long, several inches thick, and broad enough to cover the mouth of the I'rare, were then placed over him so that he could not escape. The doors tere closed with masonry,...
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