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affected alſo animal appear applied attended bathing becauſe begins believe better bile bite blood body brought called Canine Madneſs caſe cauſe circumſtance cold communicate conſequence contagion continued cure died diſeaſe diſorder diſtemper doſe drachm drink excite experience fame fever firſt fits fome four frequently gave give given grains half hand head Hydrophobia immediately infection inſtances kind known laſt leaſt leſs mad dog manner means medicine mentioned Mercury method mind morning moſt mouth muſt natural never night obſerved ointment opinion ounces pain patient perſon pills poiſon powder prevent produce prove purged quantity reaſon received remarkable remedy repeated rubbed ſame ſays ſeems ſeen ſeized ſeveral ſhe ſhould ſkin ſmall ſome ſtomach ſubject ſuch ſymptoms taken theſe thing thoſe tion took Turpeth Mineral uſe violent vomited whole wound
Página 210 - ... dipt all over, but not ftay in (with his head above " water) longer than half a minute, if the water be " very cold. After this he muft go in three times *' a-week for a formight longer.
Página 210 - ground liver-wort, cleaned, dried, and powdered, *' half an ounce. Of black pepper powdered, two " drachms. Mix thefe well together, and divide " the powder into four dofes ; one of which muft be " taken every morning, fafting, for four mornings " fucceffively, in half a pint of cow's milk warm.
Página 103 - ... of its performing a cure after the madnefs was begun : from fix or feven grains to a fcruple may be given every day, or every fécond day, for a little time, and repeated at the two or three fucceeding fulls and changes of the moon. Some few trials have likewife been made on human...
Página 211 - ... in half a pint of cow's milk warm. After thefe four dofes are taken, the patient muft go into the cold bath or a cold fpring, or river every morning failing for a month.
Página 234 - ... follow from the bite, and the cure of the difeafe by mufic, with a variety of hiftories of cures thus wrought, many of them communicated by perfons who were...
Página 211 - I afterwards made this alteration only, of putting two parts of Lichen to. one of pepper, inftead of equal parts, becaufe I thought it too hot : and whereas but two or three ,dofes of it were formerly given, I Tepeated it four days.
Página 210 - Let the patient be blooded at the arm nine or " ten ounces. Take of the herb, called in Latin, " lichen cinereits terreftris, in Englifh, afh-coloured " ground liver-wort, cleaned, dried, and powdered, *
Página 69 - ... and the more advantage to the patient ; at the latter end of which cafe the matter has a bloody tincture, and a bilious fmell, exactly like what comes from ulcers in the liver ; and both thefe cafes are attended with fweet urine as in a diabetes.
Página 104 - ON fourteen years old. The calf of her leg was fo torn by a mad dog, that the furgeon was obliged to ufe means to prevent a mortification from the wound.