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ytb. I fotind his ikb moift, and pulk foftened. .ined with him ulut an I our, and fount: a
plentiful peripiration throughout the body ; on which I oinittea his bleedings the clyders were conth nued ; and towards right he had a proper dikharge by Itool, very fiend, and infrilrated.
Stb. I found, for the firfl time, he had flept left
night, and kuned much in (pities : thc fymptomatic
fever fomething leaned ; and he had purged lilt
night, and this day, eight times.
gth. He had five (tools ; his neauka much abated; end a gentle diaphorelis continued.
loth. The fingultus cured ; his vomiting very little ; his pulfe low, accelerated, and thread-like in its firoke; his purging violent and he greatly complained of a molt acute pain of the wounded parts.
A paper of the following abforbent powders was
given him every three hours in rice-water. Crabseye, and red coral prepared, of each one drachm, crude opium two grains : thefe were made fur three
dofcs, and given as above. tith. He flept well loft pain ; pulfe more equal ; his diarrhara much the fame.
Wt. The threads, with which I had made the
future of the inkfline, came out of themfelves : the wound well-conditioned ; fever very little ; his diarelute rather increafed. He fent for me in the even-
ing, being much alarmed, as he thought fonie liquids he had taken to have pallid then thc wounded
13th. Yeflerday he complained of great pains in Ins belly : the difcharge from his wound was laudable tamer, and in good quantity. I +di.
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