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Of these were the Eastern establishments for the cure of the sick at the earliest Christian periods, the Infirmary of Monte Cassino and the Hotel-Dieu at Lyons in the sixth century, the Hotel-Dieu at Paris in the seventh, and the myriad refuges for the sick and suffering which sprang up in every part of Europe during the following centuries.
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At the same time the emperor determined to rebuild the Hotel-Dieu, the great Paris hospital; this, too, was projected on a greater scale than anything of the kind ever before known, and also required millions.
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This plan was carried out to the letter: the Palace of the Opera and the Hotel-Dieu went on with equal steps, and the former was not allowed to be finished before the latter.
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In 1756 some physicians of the great hospital at Paris known as the Hotel-Dieu protested that the cruelties prevailing in the treatment of the insane were aggravating the disease; and some protests followed from other quarters.
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The Hotel de Ville tells of revolutions; the Hotel-Dieu, of the miseries of Paris.
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Just then the two men, whose dress seemed to show that they were foremen in some workshop, turned abruptly round towards the place Maubert by the bridge of the Hotel-Dieu.
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At the Hotel-Dieu, in Paris, in 108,000 births, covering a period of sixty years, mostly in the last century, there was only one case of quadruplets.
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Winslow reported before the Academie Royale des Sciences the history of a girl of twelve who died at the Hotel-Dieu in 1733.
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On August 20, 1864, a person came into the Hotel-Dieu, asking treatment for chronic pleurisy.
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It was only after lengthy discussion, in which the court took part, that it was definitely settled that this person was a male. Adelaide Preville, who was married as a female, and as such lived the last ten years of her life in France, was found on dissection at the Hotel-Dieu to be a man.
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In the Hotel-Dieu in Paris in 1812 Serres saw a monster of this type which lived three days, and was fed on milk and sugared water, as no nurse could be found who was willing to suckle it.
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Saviard saw an infant at the Hotel-Dieu in Paris in 1687 which had 40 digits, ten on each member.
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A somewhat similar case was that of a man who died in the Hotel-Dieu in 1833.
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A somewhat similar case occurred in the Hotel-Dieu, Paris.
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It is reported that a country girl came to the Hotel-Dieu to consult Dupoytren, and stated that several years before she had been violated by some soldiers, who had introduced an unknown foreign body into her vagina, which she never could extract.
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He bled from the nose, and lost consciousness for about forty-five minutes; he was carried to the Hotel-Dieu where it was found that he had considerable difficulty in breathing; the regions about the external malleoli were contused and swollen, but by the eighth day the patient had recovered.
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Yesterday he had visited the Hotel-Dieu.
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The principal lion is the Hopital-Saint-Esprit, or the Hotel-Dieu, simply, as they call it there, founded in 1443 by Nicholas Rollin, Chancellor of Burgundy.
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One morning he and his wife were in their coach before the Hotel-Dieu, waiting for a reply that their lackey was a very long time in bringing them.
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Examples of Hotel-dieu

Example #1
The superstition ended in America by the lectures of Winthrop Helpful influence of John Wesley Effects of the victory CHAPTER V. FROM GENESIS TO GEOLOGY.
Example #2
I. Growth of Theological Explanations Germs of geological truth among the Greeks and Romans Attitude of the Church toward science Geological theories of the early theologians Attitude of the schoolmen Contributions of the Arabian schools Theories of the earlier Protestants Influence of the revival of learning II.
Example #3
London, and Young & Co., New York, 1893; and for a characteristically lucid statement of the most recent development of evolution doctrines, and the relations of Spencer, Weismann, Galton, and others to them, see Lester F. Ward's Address as President of the Biological Society, Washington, 1891; also, recent articles in the leading English reviews.
Example #4
For a complete and admirable acceptance of the evolutionary theory as lifting Christian doctrine and practice to a higher plane, with suggestions for a new theology, see two Sermons by Archdeacon Wilson, of Manchester, S. P. C. K..
Example #5
Among all the "most Christian kings" of the house of Bourbon who had preceded him for five hundred years, history shows no such obedience to the religious and moral sense of the nation.
Example #6
For a brilliant glorification of evolution by natural selection as a doctrine necessary to then highest and truest view of Christianity, see Prof. Drummond's Chautauqua Lectures, published in the British Weekly, London, from April 20 to May 11, 1893.