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A Succinct Account Of The Plague At Marseilles

Auhtor: Francois Chicoyneau

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... Rule. FIRST CLASS. The First Class, observed especially in the first Period, and in the greatest Fury of the Distemper, contains such as ...
... sinking and Faintness Distraction of the Mind dosing, an Inclination to vomit, Vomiting, &c. The Persons thus seized, perished commonly ...
... or jugular Glands as likewise Carbuncles, especially on the Arms, Legs or Thighs, small, white, livid, black Pustles, dispersed over all the Surface ...
... the Return of the Symptoms. All Cordials and Sudorificks, if they were not soft, gentle and benign, did nothing but promote the Progress of the ...
... few, who at the very first Moment of their being seized, did not imagine themselves lost without Relief, whatever Pains we took to encourage them: ...
... or scirrhous Tumours. The Number of the infected contained in the two last Classes, were so considerable, that one may affirm, without ...
... in concert with us in this so painful and dangerous Work and who have always professed to relate what they have seen and observed themselves, ...
... mentioned above presuming that they may be of Service to the young Physicians and Surgeons that are actually engaged in looking after infected Persons ...
... Distemper, that the Despair of seeing ones self abandoned without any Relief, one is, I say, well convinced that all these Causes have not less ...
... augmenting the Heat contrary to Nature lastly, to dilute and temperate without overcharging or relaxing. And this is what we have endeavoured ...
... The Effect of this first Medicine being commonly a lessening of the Strength, we endeavoured to fortify, by some gentle Cordial, especially by Venice ...
... least Disposition to a free Transpiration or Sweating, in what time soever of the Sickness it happens, we have taken care to make use of them, and ...
... were the Forerunners of those described in the first whence it is easy to judge that we have here nothing to do but to use successively the Medicines ...
... have constantly appeared in the Sick of this fourth Class, and in those of the preceeding, the Method which we are going to propose for their Management, ...
... the pectoral Muscle, as also in the Glands behind and below the Ears, in the Jugular, and under the Chin. The Buboes with which the Sick of ...
... Wort, which ought to be well mixed, and if there is any remarkable Corruption in the Part, there ought to be joyned with the Turpentine and Oil ...
... near Relation to the preceeding. The Method used in the treating Carbuncles. We have observed these sort of Tumours during the whole Course ...
... using only the Treacle, Balsam of Arcaeus, and Oil of Turpentine and if there is much Corruption, we add the Tinctures of Aloes, of Myrrh ...
... (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive/Canadian Libraries.) A SUCCINCT ...
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