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' The following c is ifanjlqte'd r fet right .up,-'; If he was taken Ptipjftdrjbinhcr, they Sfoufj'
ywrr made yje oj jo?ne pmiojppnu
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fdzingJiJm a Place-in our 1 his RcncdyTuTpjrTzM liim efFeually, he opened lsyh
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- 7;7''::: ;;' ' -r; l .; tiotv 'hiTWiiFe'' carried him' Home, where bcfcJjs ffi)3"-
LE'E P; is, the' moft melancholvrnd-.humblinff they gave him no Mroicinc, he (pcai& fcnWy enOgh
1 " State of ' Man in Health ; it has Bounds thatNa mends every ,.Davv -. . sii '' . -' ;. y
ture nas tne rt .or: prolonging: orcen oy naDic o.r Licicfc-t-ciuijiuiiii-ujuvak..u! a uiiuuimui.ai me.iiuiiu
ng; Annuals; the Do moufe being always impttiet to get the Maitery of Nature inp
, '.- .ana Marmotte llecp iix IVJLpntns in the x car, witn- mqn niuuen j-tirgns, ne ,iees, -autniiesj anu leargncs, jf' ;
A.1T'.- - r:" out awaking. t A Sleeper of tjiis Sort is a farc-rKxample,-'. jtt difcove'rs.nothihgr---' . Miair7vehture Jiowcverto PPEr '."
. ;-v "the Hiftoryof: whichthafeemed to be worthy of the Jin- -'-sis Conjeitu're forri'c Rtfledtions that I have .made :.-
. . ; . quiry of a Philofbpherdut is'A curious Obfyver. ., . lingular a HilloryTFhat I:may rfprcht them iiUrd; rV '
; A-Man $f&bout-45-Yea
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Coachi andvas a Cargenterjbyjl?
ord et I ampeak i ng of, .by the following Accident; j c for'Examplcs-that'fnay haveTome Relation to it. - . . ;
h had quarrtl .vith,ra Carpenter for whom ne had vyrk'df. In the firil Propofiuc-n tw Things are to be confidcifd ' , :
. '- ' they were pted juft as they "were oing to fight, ,andveach- .uponwhat deep depends, and the Manner- in Nvhich Grfef ' , ;
: went-hiiown-V many Cxmfes t'iat pbdiicc Sleep fgeneri; .
hear'd that .his Acrfe-ifcad 'fallen .from a building! audaie Brain, Obftruction ih'tlje GLrid Comprcffionjbr
was kill'd. This fatal News fazed him wkh fuch KorceT Relaxation ; from hence com nonly proceed Apoplexies and
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that he threw hirnfelf with his Face tip(MftIie"GrOund,' and Lethcrgies :: In the Blood, impbverifhing of tMSpirits, id
his Spirits ,and..Seiifer failing, he grew' drowfy idenfi- from hence proceeds the indilpcnfable ISeccj(tfor Merp -big..
'!;;, ". ' flcep,v to repair 'their Spirits too: much incunKered by the
The 26th of April 17 1 3,-he was carried to la Cbariu9 vpQ Parts ; and hence proceeds the Difpofition always
where he remained till the 27th of ' Augujl of the fame Year, to the fletping Difeafes. Such was the State of our Patient
that is fyur Months The firil two Months he gave no before he feil. A Carpehter by Profeffion, and a fot by
Sign of voluntary Motion or Senf;itioihis rEyes were- fliut Inclination ; Qualities which commonly furniftttk
Day and Night, he often moved his" Eye-lids, his Refpira- Bloodj the ative Principles of which are hard Maifeh?-
tion was always free and eafy7 his Pulfe was fm'all and- low, caged j Rcafon proves it, and Experience confirms ft evciy
but equal ; if you put one of his. Arms in any Situation, it Day. ' ,
remained there, (a Difeafe that is called -Caia(ipfyj)-but it .I his being fuppofed, -it rernainrto:cxaminc th
vasrnot the'fame vith the refl of his Bodyi thcymadthim. in which Gaief-ads-Gricfis a'Difeafe ,f-the MirrJ,- Aig
fwallo'w fome S;)"o6hfuls of Wine to fupport him, and "this- of the moft terrible and inoft. fatal ; Rage, ' Defph,-Fclr
was his only Nouriflunent during this-'Pime; he therefore Revenge, and Melancholy, are its ufual Effedts., Wfat
became lean, dry? and emaciated, a very different State from Diforders do not Paflions of this "Nature, produce ' irijhc
that he was in' before. ; v Machine j ,: Sonic prcci'piute"thc ' Motions ; of. ihe . Spiiit
M. Buretta under whofe Hands he vas at firft, made without Order, whence Phrcnjies arife, jndninnniteNuin
ufeof the moft powerful AHiftances ; of Art, Bleeding in the bcr of acute Difcafes ; others retard the Courfc of it, 3.1!
Arm, the Foot, thcNeclc, Emiticks, Purgatives, Blifters, therefore produce hypochondriacal AfTecUojiand the gria
Ltathes, and Volatiles ; and this witliout being able to pro- tehV Part of corneal Difcafes The Gr i)f oiir Slecfer
ffrfrnayrife the Sx
Scnfation, fometimcs preiiing his Wife's Hand, and atprcffion, of the IVimum Mobile, thickens moand 11MC ; r
other Times by melancholy Complainings ; but thii would its Prts draw clofrr, hang togahcr, and cnt-7 ! u
.happen when they had been feveral Days without, purging titsf Hours of Reft-arc no -longer rf-cien'
mm. r rom this 1 imc ne. ceaicu trui all jundcr JRm, , bem-MontHs are fequiiite to leparate aU V;,;
careful to turn' 'him'ftl? to the ,E(c. ofthId, where a for waking. In this Refpcct I a
.waxed Cloth was put on Purpofe aiu!' not '(to any Thin Ijim to the Marmotte ; being.; - LJ :"
till, he found himfdfrfhere, and then lie did his Occafions, Image. . w : '
and returned to his Place he began alfo to take Broths, This Animal, heavy by its7- y;y
Pottage, and other Sulfenince, keeping - Hill his firft Iiicli- dull, abounds with Fat ; during-.
nations, a great Thirft for Winr. - r.-.. takes no Noufifhmcnt in its fix iL
-He never madpunv Slrrfu flnt h? wmtl mw Tli
e Times appointed for his Meals, they touch'd his LipJ ' Circulation of the Blood, anajC' V';- " " rVc
ith their Finger's.;, at this Si?n;il he opened )U Mouth with- ferves: At the End of this T rX-- : .: -? fanr
out opening his Eyes, arid fallowed what was riven him ; 'Help; th fix Months that it isfv , , ' itely
hethtnbyill, cxcjff.g patiently, a fecond Notice. They cxhaufts but little, its Blood becor ;f ; fnd
with their Fingers,
-flvcd hir;' tcgulrtL," : uthc was sll the Time like a CorpiUit flecps again.-Pcrfwpi- from tin