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Dr. Doran's book abounds, as might be expected, with admirable impromptus and the like; one might collect a large posy of them.
Our clients were punctual to their appointment, for the clock had just struck ten when Dr. Mortimer was shown up, followed by the young baronet.
She had resolved on walking to the Rectory and asking to see Dr. Kenn; he was in deep grief, but the grief of another does not jar upon us in such circumstances.
Last of all, Dr. Pipt was there, and the Crooked Magician sat humped up in a chair, seeming very dejected but keeping his eyes fixed on the lifeless form of his wife Margolotte, whom he fondly loved but whom he now feared was lost to him forever.
30 September.--I got home at five o'clock, and found that Godalming and Morris had not only arrived, but had already studied the transcript of the various diaries and letters which Harker had not yet returned from his visit to the carriers' men, of whom Dr. Hennessey had written to me.
Lydgate was late in setting out, but Dr. Sprague, the two other surgeons, and several of the directors had arrived early; Mr.
Here, let one of the maids go down and wake Baily and tell him to go for Dr. Wilkins at once.
Petermann backs his Friend Dr. Ferguson.--Reply of the Savant Koner.
That very singular man, old Dr. Heidegger, once invited four venerable friends to meet him in his study.
"Go on," they urged, and Dr. Hammerfield said: "We do not mind the truth that is in any man.
There were three assistant-physicians who took out-patients, two days a week each, and Philip put his name down for Dr. Tyrell.
"Well, my dear, what is it?" asked Dr. Alec, who was "planking the deck," as he called his daily promenade up and down the hall.