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  • Walt Whitman speaks of the ashen grey faces of onanists: the faded colours, the puffy features and the unwholesome complexion of the professed pederast with his peculiar cachetic expression, indescribable but once seen never forgotten, stamp the breed, and

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • There is a deleterious practice of some of the Irish peasantry connected with their belief in fairies, which consists of giving a cachetic or rachitic child large doses of a preparation of fox-glove (Irish -- luss-more, or great herb), to drive out or kill the fairy in the child.

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • There is a deleterious practice of some of the Irish peasantry connected with their belief in fairies, which consists of giving a cachetic or rachitic child large doses of a preparation of fox-glove

    Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine

  • Walt Whitman speaks of the ashen grey faces of onanists: the faded colours, the puffy features and the unwholesome complexion of the professed pederast with his peculiar cachetic expression, indescribable but once seen never forgotten, stamp the breed, and Dr.G. Adolph is justified in declaring "Alle G.wohnneits-paederasten erkennen sich einander schnell, oft met einen Thick."

    Arabian nights. English

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