Mirror of Literature,  11 (1828), 172.

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Accidents, Medical Treatment

    'Tacitus relates the fall of a Roman Theatre, by which not less than 50,000 persons were killed or maimed. The Grandees of Rome, on this occasion, threw open their doors, ordered medicines to be distributed, and the physicians attended with assiduity in every quarter.'

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