Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 1 (1822), 693–99.

Memoir of Mr. Elizabeth Berriman, of Penzance, in Cornwall

—— Fenwick




Medical Practitioners, Piety

    The writer urges that 'in most cases, where the Physician is admitted to administer relief to the afflicted body, the faithful Pastor should not be refused the pleasure of administering divine consolation to the immortal mind. He, at least, should not be put off with, "The medical attendant has said, that the patient must not be disturbed"' (699).

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