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" One of these pills being put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted is consumed at one whiff or inflation of the lungs, attended with a whistling noise. The smoke is... "
Library of Universal Knowledge: A Reprint of the Last (1880) Edinburgh and ... - Pagina 8
1881
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History of the Indian Archipelago: Containing an Account of the ..., Volume 1

John Crawfurd - 1820 - 35 pagina’s
...these being put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed at one whiffor inflation of the lungs, attended with a whistling noise. The smoke is never emitted by the...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1822
...these being put into the small lube that projects from the side of the opium pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed...mouth, but usually receives vent through the nostrils, and sometimes by adepts, through the passage of the ears and eyes. This preparation of the opium is...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

1822
...these being put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed...mouth, but usually receives vent through the nostrils, and sometimes by adepts, through the passage of the ears and eyes. This preparation of the opium is...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 62,Deel 2

1822
...small tube that projects from the side of the opium pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, ami tin- pill being lighted, is consumed at one whiff or inflation...but usually receives vent through •the nostrils, and sometimes by adepts, through the passage of the cars and eyes. This preparation of the opium is...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science ..., Volume 21

Thomas Curtis - 1829
...tobacco into the form of pills about the size of a \n",(, which quantity is consumed at one whiff. The smoke is never emitted by the mouth, but usually receives vent through the nostrils, and sometimes by adepts through the passages of the ears and eyes. Although so much opium is smoked...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 70

1848
...size of a pea; these are put into the opium-pipe. The tube into which they are placed is then applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed at one inhalation. The smoke of it is all drawn into the lungs, and is attended with a peculiar whistling...
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A Dictionary of Practical Medicine: Comprising General Pathology ...

James Copland - 1852
...these being put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed at one whiff or inflation of the lungs, attended by a whistling noise. The smoke is never emitted by the mouth, but by the nostrils, and sometimes,...
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Substances used as food, as exemplified in the Great exhibition

Great exhibition, 1851 - 1853
...put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium pipe ; that tube is then heated by a lamp, and the pill being lighted is consumed at one whiff or inhalation, attended with a whistling noise. The smoke is never emitted by the mouth, but usually receives...
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The Elements of materia medica and therapeutica. v.2 pt.2 ..., Volume 2,Deel 2

Jonathan Pereira - 1857
...these being put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium-pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed...mouth, but usually receives vent through the nostrils, and sometimes, by adepts, through the passage of the ears and eyes."1 The residue in the pipe is called...
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The Nest Hunters, Or, Adventures in the Indian Archipelago

William Dalton - 1863 - 434 pagina’s
...these being put into the small tube that projects from the side of the opium-pipe, that tube is applied to a lamp, and the pill being lighted, is consumed...mouth, but usually receives vent through the nostrils, and sometimes, by adepts, through the passage of the ears and eyes. This preparation of the opium is...
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