He died in distemper.
"Mary Gray" by Katharine Tynan
I forget what his distemper was; it held him a long time, and at length carried him off.
"Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin" by Benjamin Franklin
Then as to his mind, it is altogether distempered.
"Boswell's Correspondence with the Honourable Andrew Erskine, and His Journal of a Tour to Corsica" by James Boswell
CAUSE: Distemper is placed among the germ diseases, and is produced by the Streptococcus of Schutz.
"The Veterinarian" by Chas. J. Korinek
Extreme remedies are ever harsh of application; but he that is sick will by all means be rid of his distemper.
"History of the English People, Volume III (of 8)" by John Richard Green
I'm afraid it's just a little distemper.
"Campfire Girls at Twin Lakes" by Stella M. Francis
Warm water," he maintained, "drunk in abundance, is the true specific in all distempers.
"Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama" by E. Cobham Brewer
Without this vent to his distemper he became still more sullen.
"Tom Slade with the Colors" by Percy K. Fitzhugh
I have heard of that distemper before.
"Sir Ludar" by Talbot Baines Reed
He executed many works in fresco and distemper, but they have mostly perished.
"Anecdotes of Painters, Engravers, Sculptors and Architects, and Curiosities of Art, (Vol. 2 of 3)" by Shearjashub Spooner
Or was the speech but an allusion, born from the still lingering distemper of his brain?
"The Lone Ranche" by Captain Mayne Reid
When distempers cut off the rabbits, or the deer were scarce, the wolves were very audacious in their attacks.
"Winter Adventures of Three Boys" by Egerton R. Young
I thought that distemper had been only proper to people of quality?
"The Beaux-Stratagem" by George Farquhar
Young men are often stupid, and do not recognise their distemper till it is very ripe.
"Some Everyday Folk and Dawn" by Miles Franklin
Apropos of distempers, I am going to tell you a thing that will make you wish yourself here.
"The Best of the World's Classics, Restricted to Prose, Vol. IV (of X)--Great Britain and Ireland II" by Various
This hot sun hath touched thy head with some such distemper as sped poor Master Carver.
"Standish of Standish" by Jane G. Austin
In all my searchings for the cause of her ladyship's distemper I had not lighted on the thought of Constance Pleyel.
"In Direst Peril" by David Christie Murray
My youngest little boy took the distemper the same day with myself, and died for want of care.
"The Autobiography of Madame Guyon" by Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon
So thought Alice, and her own secret chambers of imagery were strangely distempered thereby.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 2 (of 2)" by John Roby
Along his burning page, distempered though it seems.
"The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 2" by George Gordon Byron
Thy fostring pinions, o'er my favour'd head,
(That I may 'scape those horrid perils,) spread,
And give no dangerous distemper leave
Unto thy servant's earthly part to cleave.
"A Prayer For A Clergyman, When He Goes To Visit The Sick, Or In The Time Of A Plague" by Rees Prichard
Hark ! from the battlements of yonder tower
The solemn bell has tolled the midnight hour !
Roused from drear visions of distempered sleep,
Poor Broderick wakes—in solitude to weep !
"Love And Madness" by Thomas Campbell
Why shou'd a mother be o'erwhelm'd with woe,
To see her children snatch'd away with speed,
And from the pains that plague them here below,
By some well-tim'd, some kind distemper, free'd?
"Advice To A Woman, Not To Grieve Too Much For The Death Of Her Child" by Rees Prichard
The wounded surgeon plies the steel
That questions the distempered part;
Beneath the bleeding hands we feel
The sharp compassion of the healer's art
Resolving the enigma of the fever chart.
"Four Quartets 2: East Coker" by T S Eliot
Celestial visitant, once more
Thy needful presence I implore.
In pity come, and ease my grief,
Bring my distempered soul relief,
Favour thy suppliant's hidden fires,
And give me all my heart desires.
"A Hymn To Venus" by Sappho
Were that enough, bone, blood, and sinew,
The twisted brain, the fair-formed loin,
Groping for matter under the dog's plate,
Man should be cured of distemper.
For all there is to give I offer:
Crumbs, barn, and halter.
"Out Of The Sighs" by Dylan Thomas
Raccoon deaths lead to distemper discovery on Prudence Island.
Dr Tecla Myrick was here today to talk about Feline Distemper , or Feline Panleukopenia.
Two Chicago area pet stores recently sold puppies infected with distemper .
Distemper is a potentially deadly illness and is highly contagious to other dogs.
Distemper outbreak hits Ohio animal shelter.
An outbreak of distemper led an Ohio animal shelter to close for a week and put down about two dozen dogs.
Most Dog Owners Comply With Distemper Vaccines.
A nationwide survey recently revealed that 82 percent of dog owners vaccinate their pet for canine distemper virus, but 54 percent think signs of the disease are hard to detect.
Tragically, outbreaks of canine distemper and probably sylvatic plague nearly killed all of the Meeteetse ferrets .
The wounded surgeon plies the steel That questions the distempered part.
EL PASO — El Paso Animal Services reports an increase in the number of parvo and distemper cases in dogs.
Most everybody knows that their dogs should be vaccinated against distemper, parvo and other deadly diseases, even if owners don't follow throug.
Most everybody knows that their dogs should be vaccinated against distemper, parvo and other deadly diseases, even if owners don't follow through.
BRASHER FALLS – Local businesses are chipping in to help local residents get their pets vaccinated against rabies, distemper and other diseases May 12.
Gypsy is a year-old German shepherd-collie mix who is ready for a happier chapter in her life after suffering a severely fractured leg and contracting distemper, which left her with a small uncontrollable jerk in her front legs.