Report from the Committee Appointed to Examine the Physicians Who Have Attended His Majesty, During His Illness, Touching the Present State of His Magesty's Health

Report from the Committee Appointed to Examine the Physicians Who Have Attended His Majesty, During His Illness, Touching the Present State of His Magesty's Health

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1789 edition. Excerpt: ...to enable him to form an accurate Judgment upon the State of His Majesty's Health? Yes. Whether Dr. Warren has observed any Difference in His Majesty, at such Times as he has seen and conversed with His Majesty in the Presence of Dr. Willis or his Son, and at such Times when neither of those Gentlemen were present? A very great Difference; when Dr. Willis or his Son are present, His Majesty is under great Awe.t when they are ablent, He talks and acts very differently. Since the Order alluded to, has Dr. Warren seen His Majesty, except in the Presence of One of the Dr. Willis's? Yesterday I desired Dr. John Willis to retire while I was with His Majesty, that I might observe the Difference of his Beha R viour, vlour, and report it to the Committee, if required--Dr. Willis retired accordingly, and His Majesty immediately held a Language very different from that which He used while Dr. Willis was present. Was any other Person in the Room besides Dr. Warren, when Dr. Willis" retired? Two of the Pages. Whether, notwithstanding the Order alluded to, Dr. Warren still continues to think himself fully authorized to visit His Majesty as often as he shall judge necessary, without either of the Dr. Willis's being present? I have made it a Rule, ever since Dr. Willis came, not to go in without asking the Doctor or his Son, whether it was a proper Time; but I should go in, notwithstanding that Order, if I thought there was a Necessity for it., Whether Dr. Warren does not think, that it is in general discreet to ask Dr. Willis, or his Son, whether the Time at which Dr. Warren proposes to go into His Majesty's Room, was a proper Time for that Purpose, supposing there is no particular Necessity for acting otherwise f Certainly. Whether Dr....show more

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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236912691
  • 9781236912695