Certainly, it will be something admirable if his cures are as wonderful as his speeches.
These cures are based on the ignorance of the medical profession.
And, of course, there must be cures out of so large a number of cases.
Raboin was growing angry: "The cures verified, the cures verified," he muttered.
The physician should have had experience of disease in his own body, for he cures with his mind and not with his body.
Then there are other cures which depend, I think, upon his own personal magnetism.
You ask me whether his cures are really remarkable, and, if so, what his system is.
I binds up wounds of sent'ment, an' cures every sickness of the soul.
Cures were not only possible, and common, but they were the rule.
If I were a mountebank or a charlatan I would claim that it cures a hundred diseases.