... store for him. Although the wounds on his cheek and right hand had healed, the whitlow on his finger, though trifling at first, had by continual abrasion become of a serious character. Inflammation extended up the palm of the hand, and matter was... King George's Middy - Page 4811869 - 501 pagesFull view
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...extended up the palm of the hand, and matter was evidently forming in it. But Hans, feeling no rain, paid no attention to it, and treated the remonstrances...subject with contempt. The inflammation soon extended -p the arm, which swelled greatly. It was only when its swollen state became such that he found some...