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at ten oclock the big table was drawn up to the window, and the mattress and pillow were spread upon it, but there was such a gathering around the window that we had to hang up a sheet before it.invitations had been given to dr.bado and dr.munoz, and all physicians who chose to come, and having met the governor in the evening, i had asked him to be present.these all honoured us with their company, together with a number of selfinvited persons, who had introduced themselves, and could not well be turned out, making quite a crowded room.the first who presented himself was a stout lad about nineteen or twenty, whom we had never seen or heard of before.who he was or where he came from we did not know, but he was a bisco of the worst kind, and seemed ablebodied enough to undergo anything in the way of surgery.as soon as the doctor began to cut the muscle, however, our strapping patient gave signs of restlessness; and all at once, with an actual bellow, he jerked his head on one side, carried away the doctors hook, and shut his eye upon it with a sort of lockjaw grip, as if determined it should never be drawn out.how my hook got out i have no idea; fortunately, the doctor let his go, or the lads eye would have been scratched out.as it was, there he sat with the bandage slipped above one eye, and the other closed upon the hook, the handle of which stood out straight.probably at that moment he would have been willing to sacrifice pride of personal appearance, keep his squint, and go through life with his eye shut, the hook in it, and the handle sticking out; but the instrument was too valuable to be lost.and it was interesting and instructive to notice the difference between the equanimity of one who had a hook in his eye, and that of lookerson who had not.all the spectators upbraided him with his cowardice and want of heart, and after a round of reproof to which he could make no answer, he opened his eye and let out the hook.but he had made a bad business of it.a few seconds longer, and the operation would have been completed.as it was, the whole work had to be repeated.as the muscle was again lifted under the knife, i thought i saw a glare in the eyeball that gave token of another fling of the head, but the lad was fairly browbeaten into quiet; and, to the great satisfaction of all, with a double share of blackness and blood, and with very little sympathy from any one, but with his eye straight, he descended from the table.outside he was received with a loud shout by the boys, and we never heard of him again.the room was now full of people, and, being already disgusted with the practice of surgery, i sincerely hoped that this exhibition would cure all others of a wish to undergo the operation, but a little mestizo boy, about ten years old, who had been present all the time, crept through the crowd, and, reaching the table, squinted up at us without speaking, his crisscross expression telling us very plainly what he wanted.he had on the usual mestizo dress of cotton shirt and drawers and straw hat, and seemed so young, simple, and innocent, that we did not consider him capable of judging for himself.we told him he must not be operated on, but he answered, in a decided though modest tone, yo quiero, yo quiero, i wish it, i wish it.we inquired if there was any one present who had any authority over him, and a man whom we had not noticed before, dressed, like him, in shirt and drawers, stepped forward and said he was the boys father; he had brought him there himself on purpose, and begged doctor cabot to proceed.by his fathers directions, the little fellow attempted to climb up on the table, but his legs were too short, and he had to be lifted up.his eye was bandaged, and his head placed upon the pillow.he folded his hands across his breast, turned his eye, did in all things exactly as he was directed, and in half a minute the operation was finished.i do not believe that he changed his position a hairs breadth or moved a muscle.it was an extraordinary instance of fortitude.the spectators were all admiration, and, amid universal congratulation, he was lifted from the table, his eye bound up, and, without a word, but with the spirit of a little hero, he took his fathers hand and went away.at this time, amid a press of applicants, a gentleman came to inform us that a young lady was waiting her turn.this gave us an excuse for clearing the room, and we requested all except the medical gentlemen and the immediate friends to favour us with their absence.such was the strange curiosity these people had for seeing a most disagreeable spectacle, that they were very slow in going away, and some slipped into the other rooms and the yard, but we ferreted them out, and got the room somewhat to ourselves.the young lady was accompanied by her mother.she was full of hesitation and fears, anxious to be relieved, but doubting her ability to endure the pain, and the moment she saw the instruments, her courage entirely forsook her.doctor cabot discouraged all who had any distrust of their own fortitude, and, to my mingled joy and regret, she went away.the next in order was the gentleman on whose account we had postponed our departure.he was the oldest general in the mexican service, but for two years an exile in merida.by the late revolution, which placed santa ana in power, his party was uppermost; and he had strong claims upon our good feelings, for, in a form expatriation from mexico, he had served as volunteer aid to general jackson at the battle of neworleans.this gentleman had an inward squint in both eyes, which, however, instead of being a defect, gave character to his face; but his sight was injured by it, and this doctor cabot thought might be improved.the first eye was cut quickly and successfully, and while the bloody orb was rolling in its socket, the same operation was performed upon the other.in this, however, fearing that the eye might be drawn too far in the opposite direction, the doctor had not thought it advisable to cut the muscle entirely through, and, on examining it, he was not satisfied with the appearance.the general again laid his head upon the pillow, and the operation was repeated, making three times in rapid succession.altogether, it was a trying thing, and i felt immensely happy when it was over.with his eyes all right and both bandaged, we carried him to a caleza in waiting, where, to the great amusement of the vagabond boys, he took his seat on the footboard, with his back to the horse, and it was some time before we could get him right.in the mean time the young lady had returned with her mother.she could not bear to lose the opportunity, and though unable to make up her mind to undergo the operation, she could not keep away.she was about eighteen, of lively imagination, picturing pleasure or pain in the strongest colours, and with a smile ever ready to chase away the tear.at one moment she roused herself to the effort, and the next, calling herself coward, fell into her mothers arms, while her mother cheered and encouraged her, representing to her, with that confidence allowed before medical men, the advantage it would give her in the eyes of our sex.her eyes were large, full, and round, and with the tear glistening in them, the defect was hardly visible; in fact, all that they wanted was to be made to roll in the right direction.i have given the reader a faint picture of daguerreotype practice with young ladies, but this was altogether another thing, and it was very different from having to deal with boys or men.it is easy enough to spread out a boy upon a table, but not so with a young lady; so, too, it is easy enough to tie a bandage around a boys head, but vastly different among combs and curls, and long hair done up behind

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