Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Elizabeth Woodcock” in chapter 6 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Irene E. Jerome., In a fair country:

... only an exhibition of the same property. It has sometimes been fancied that persons buried under the snow have received sustenance through the pores of the skin, like reptiles imbedded in rock. Elizabeth Woodcock lived eight days beneath a snow-drift, in 1799, without eating a morsel; and a Swiss family was buried beneath an avalanche, in a manger, for five months, in 1755, with no food but a trifling store o...
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