Wesleyan Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 4 (1825), 78–84.

Memoir of Miss Elizabeth Wood, of Bradford, Yorkshire: By Her Sister





Medical Treatment, Medical Practitioners, Piety

    Relates of her last illness: 'In her numerous conversations with her medical attendant, her observations and inquiries respecting many phenomena of health and disease, especially those relevant to her own particular case, were marked by great strength of mind, and original and bold conception; and she often took occasion to observe, that one class of the joys of the future state would be, the joy of knowledge; so that those apparent obscurities and mysteries which baffled the wisest would then be easily and delightfully explained' (83).

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