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The Danger of Premature Internment, Proved from Many Remarkable Instances of People Who Have Recovered After Being Laid Out for Dead, and of Others Entombed Alive, for Want of Being Properly Examined Prior to Interment

Title:The Danger of Premature Internment, Proved from Many Remarkable Instances of People Who Have Recovered After Being Laid Out for Dead, and of Others Entombed Alive, for Want of Being Properly Examined Prior to Interment
Alternate title:The Danger of Premature Internment: Proved from Many Remarkable Instances of People Who Have Recovered After Being Laid Out for Dead, and of Others Entombed Alive, for Want of Being Properly Examined Prior to Interment. Also a Description of the Manner the Ancient Egyptians, and Other Nations Preserved and Venerated Their Dead, and a Curious Account of Their Sepulchral Ever Burning Lamps and Mausoleums. Likewise the Pernicious Effects of Burying in the Body of Churches, and Confined Church Yards Pointed Out, Whereby Many Valuable Lives Have Been Lost to the Public, and Their Friends. Selected from Historical Records
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Note:London: Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, 1816
  
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Stable link here:https://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/webbin/book/lookupid?key=olbp77702
  
Subject:Burial, Premature
Subject:Funeral rites and ceremonies
Call number:RA1063 .T39 1816
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