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Every Man his own Doctor R. T. Claridge

  • Page 2 and 3: The Project Gutenberg EBook of Ever
  • Page 4 and 5: catemenia/catamenia colic/cholic de
  • Page 6 and 7: London: James MADDEN, PUBLISHER, 8,
  • Page 8 and 9: XLV. Surgical Operations, Accidents
  • Page 10 and 11: ROUTES to GRAFENBERG 212 This text
  • Page 12 and 13: TER AS A CURATIVE AGENT. 61 11 IX.
  • Page 14 and 15: 42 XXXIX.—CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS
  • Page 16 and 17: 73 LXX.—SPINAL COMPLAINTS. 287 74
  • Page 18 and 19: 107CIV.—CANCER, ETC. 342 108HYDRO
  • Page 20 and 21: enemies.” These fears, I am happy
  • Page 22 and 23: That it was my intention to make mo
  • Page 24 and 25: “The practice of the Hydropathist
  • Page 26 and 27: dartres. " 208, " 25, for and after
  • Page 28 and 29: Priessnitz’s family have been in
  • Page 30 and 31: of water was thus established; and
  • Page 32 and 33: ordered to be put under arrest. An
  • Page 34 and 35: from Nicholasdorf: this was at the
  • Page 36 and 37: ness of heart as well as firmness a
  • Page 38 and 39: “The only son of a Sovereign Prin
  • Page 40 and 41: F. B. Y. Ribas, Spanish Consul, Ode
  • Page 42 and 43: August Navez, Lieut., Belgium Wilhe
  • Page 44 and 45: “‘I not only’ says Captain Wo
  • Page 46 and 47: Andrew J. Colvin, U.S. Alonzo Drape
  • Page 48 and 49: towards the destiny of great men. R
  • Page 50 and 51: “Cork, Sept. 25th, 1845. “My de
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    a common observation, that riding,

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    2nd. By accelerating the change of

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    has never been disputed; nay, the t

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    Chapter 6 IV.—HOW ARE THE EFFECTS

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    ut pure spring water, which in cont

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    number of similar organs composing

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    Chapter 7 V.—IS HYDROPATHY A PANA

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    quarter of an hour at a time. He ab

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    Chapter 8 VI.—IS HYDROPATHY NEW?

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    the contrary, it partakes more of t

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    for I should like to ask him some q

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    fession, no reform with their conse

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    divide what God, as a part of creat

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    sleep; while these, like the fabled

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    Pythagoras recommended the use of c

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    tel, for little more than one penny

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    Vomiting Want of sleep “Water,”

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    Vertigo St. Vitus’ dance Vigilia

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    fits, and convulsive motions, conti

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    Rome, the mother consulted a medica

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    the re-action or re-production of h

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    Delicate persons may be washed all

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    “O madness! to think use of stron

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    used for constipation and diarrhoea

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    ecause many are never allowed their

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    Chapter 14 XII.—IS GOING INTO THE

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    Chapter 15 XIII.—THE PACKING SHEE

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    none of the above precautions are t

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    terwards poured over the head and s

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    Chapter 16 XIV.—SWEATING PROCESS.

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    Chapter 17 XV.—THE RUBBING SHEET,

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    tracting we increase. Whenever pers

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    Chapter 18 XVI.—THE DOUCHE BATH.

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    on the patient on his coming out fr

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    Chapter 20 XVIII.—THE SITZ OR SIT

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    Chapter 21 XIX.—EYE BATH. As a pr

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    Chapter 23 XXI.—FINGER AND ELBOW

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    Chapter 25 XXIII.—FOOT BATH. This

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    een well a day since he had been th

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    If the patient feels weak or tired

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    peccant humours and eliminate the e

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    them nightly for months together. L

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    the Water-cure.

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    seems confirmed by Dr. Beaumont of

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    sent from heaven, in comparison wit

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    time after leaving off the treatmen

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    committed against her high prerogat

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    Chapter 29 XXVII.—CLOTHING, AIR B

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    a whole winter there without wearin

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    of food taken; disease of some kind

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    Chapter 30 XXVIII.—DRUGS. “Thus

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    or mineral; until, in process of ti

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    poured a large volume of cold water

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    Chapter 31 XXIX.— ASSIMILATION. T

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    parts of dead bodies and other plan

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    those who understand the nature of

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    means in his power. So that eruptio

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    any one about to undertake the cure

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    a watery fluid substituted. Strong

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    drink a gallon of fermented liquor,

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    it is as well that all the body sho

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    water? If not, you are instrumental

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    great pain ensues, and in that case

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    Chapter 35 XXXIII.—QUESTIONS PUT

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    A. Some cure must be taken after di

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    Chapter 36 TREATMENT AND CASES. XXX

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    the day, drink ten to fourteen tumb

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    into tepid bath for two minutes, th

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    over the ancle. Eyes still red; foo

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    The following treatment was resorte

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    himself and two men. By particular

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    Chapter 38 XXXV.— RHEUMATISM, ETC

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    orous treatment, such as sweating,

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    lowing the other immediately; after

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    1st April, 1845. Douche, from three

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    Tuesday.—Packing-sheet forty minu

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    vain.” I knew a patient who had l

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    Chapter 40 XXXVII.— AFFECTION OF

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    Chapter 41 XXXVIII.—FEVERS. Two H

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    Typhus I have known them changed fo

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    This patient was perfectly cured in

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    Patient having lost his appetite, P

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    and in ten days another strong atta

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    October, 1842.—Was seen at his re

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    Morning, two packing-sheets, fiftee

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    a practitioner was embarrassed by h

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    quite well. This apparently dangero

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    In all cases, whether in fever or n

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    Cholic.—This complaint invariably

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    Dysentery.—Begin with one or two

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    ath for fifteen minutes; large band

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    is to strengthen the system, thereb

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    noon, tepid sitz-bath, quarter of a

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    Mr. M——, aged 26, afflicted wit

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    one being preferable to none at all

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    and drink plentifully of water. For

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    into tepid baths of 65 ◦ . The pr

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    or swelling take place on the foot,

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    the back of the neck and the loins;

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    Priessnitz considers these complain

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    scratch herself. The tongue, after

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    dued by the following simple means:

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    In the night, fever abated and the

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    A captain thus attacked, felt, afte

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    water in the mouth, and rub the thr

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    Morning, packing-sheet until quite

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    Chapter 50 XLVII.—SORE MOUTH—IN

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    quently in cold water, rub the chee

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    occasionally. As a preservative to

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    Chapter 54 LI.—EAR-ACHE. Linen we

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    e ulcerated.[”]

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    douche three minutes, and sitz-bath

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    doubt the cause of the fistula. Nos

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    Chapter 58 LV.— HÆMORRHAGE, IRRE

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    came to Gräfenberg in 1840. She su

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    ten minutes. Everything being done

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    Chapter 59 LVI.—CHANGE OF LIFE IN

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    Accouchement.—Experience has demo

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    in the afternoon. A sitz-bath occas

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    Chapter 62 LIX.—HEAD-ACHES. When

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    Chapter 63 LX.—ACUTE INFLAMMATION

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    Chapter 65 LXII.—COLD FEET. When

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    Chapter 67 LXIV.—BUNNION AND ENLA

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    Chapter 69 LXVI.—DEAFNESS. Away f

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    himself in health, and consequently

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    of blood in the head, he was bled:

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    Chapter 72 LXIX.—DEFORMITY. An ar

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    minute; noon, douche three minutes,

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    Chapter 74 LXXI.— CONSTIPATION. T

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    Chapter 75 LXXII.— INDIGESTION. F

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    Chapter 76 LXXIII.—STOMACH COMPLA

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    Chapter 78 LXXV.— HEARTBURN. Drin

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    Chapter 80 LXXVII.— PALPITATION O

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    Chapter 82 LXXIX.—LANGUID CIRCULA

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    Chapter 84 LXXXI.—HANDS FROST-BIT

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    Chapter 86 LXXXIII.—WEAK ANKLES.

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    the mother to improve the milk, whe

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    Chapter 89 LXXXVI.— HYPOCHONDRIA

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    Chapter 90 LXXXVII.—FTID PERSPIRA

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    Chapter 92 LXXXIX.— INFLAMMATION

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    Chapter 94 XCI.—SYPHILIS. This co

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    Chapter 95 XCII.—CHANCRE. Case of

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    and lived low; was cured in two day

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    scrofula is ever cured,[7] though w

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    he said, “Because you have too mu

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    Chapter 100 XCVII.— CHILBLAINS. R

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    Chapter 102 XCIX.—ERUPTION, SCABS

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    Morning, packing-sheet and plunge b

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    in a work published some years ago,

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    patients did not escape, though the

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    information of those who may not be

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    the secretions from the stomach and

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    in, the heating bandage round the b

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    it gargle the throat, and wear a ba

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    Chapter 107 CIV.—CANCER, ETC. Whe

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    extremely peevish and inactive. In

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    extract it with instruments, and ap

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    smell. She drank, and ate some ligh

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    lungs is removed. My chest has resu

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    “Whoever is ill and not passed re

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    so dreadfully when out of water, th

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    and earnestness; the loftiest minds

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    exercise for twenty-five minutes, o

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    fed horses? simply because the form

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    condition and selling them. He neve

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    treatment requisite for a horse. Fr

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    each time to rub well the parts aff

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    Murrain amongst cattle.—On the fi

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    and coughs, and one with pleurisy.

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    cholic inflammation, etc. The follo

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    Chapter 109 EXPENSES AT GRÄFENBERG

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    Chapter 110 ROUTES TO GRÄFENBERG.

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    weak, how treated, 169 Apoplexy, tr

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    Cows, treated hydropathically, 201

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    Foundering of horses, remedy for, 2

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    the brain, 120; the gums, 120; (ext

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    Quinsy, remedy for, 185 Rabbit, Hyd

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    Tic-doloureux, treatment of, 106 To

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