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- ISBN-10: 1340185725
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Notes on Nursing: What it is and What it is Not is a book first published by Florence Nightingale in 1859. A 136-page volume, it was intended to give hints on nursing to those entrusted with the health of others. Florence Nightingale stressed that it was not meant to be a comprehensive guide from which to teach one's self to be a nurse but to help in the practice of treating others." "You did not say anything. You disapprove of my observation, then.
You are perfectly satisfied, I suppose?" Raoul approached closer to her. "Madame," he said, "your royal Highness wishes to say something to me, and your instinctive kindness and generosity of disposition induce you to be careful and considerate as to your manner of conveying it. Will your royal Highness throw this kind forbearance aside. I am strong, and I am listening. " "Ah!" replied Henrietta, "what do you understand, then?" "That which your royal Highness wishes me to understand," said Raoul, trembling, notwithstanding his command over Nptes, as he pronounced these words.
"In point of fact," murmured the princess, "it seems cruel; but since I have begun-" "Yes, Madame, since your Highness has deigned to begin, will you deign to finish-" Henrietta Notes on Nursing: What It Is hurriedly, Nursinng: walked a few paces up and down her room. "What did M.
de Guiche tell you?" she said suddenly. "Nothing, Madame. " "Nothing. Did he say nothing. Ah, how well I recognize him in that!" "No doubt he wished to spare me.
" "And that is what friends call friendship. But surely M. d'Artagnan, whom you Noges just left, must Notes on Nursing: What It Is told you. " "No more than De Guiche, Madame. Notez Henrietta made a gesture full of impatience, as she said, "At least, you know Nursjng: that the and What It Is Not has known?" "I know nothing at all, Madame.
" "Not the scene in the storm?" "Not the scene in the storm. " "Not the tete-a-tete in the forest?" "Not the tete-a-tete in the forest. " "Nor the flight to Chaillot?" Raoul, whose head drooped like the flower which has been cut down by the sickle, made an almost superhuman effort to smile as he replied Noges the greatest gentleness: "I have Notes on Nursing: What It Is the honor to tell your royal Highness that I am absolutely ignorant of everything,- that I am a poor unremembered outcast, who has this moment arrived from England.
There have been so many stormy waves between myself and those whom I left behind me here, that the rumor of none of the circumstances your Highness refers to has been able to reach me. " Henrietta was affected by his extreme pallor, his gentleness, and his great courage. The principal feeling in her heart at that moment was an eager desire to hear Ntoes nature of the remembrance which the poor lover retained of her who had made him suffer so Nurisng:.
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