Three Treatises on Child Rearing

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Garland, 1729 - House & Home - 266 pages
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Contents

their Fevers hy this Method of ours 1
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All the Symptoms univerſizliy owe their Ori
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The prevailing Method among the Turks
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That the Judgment ſormed from the Pulſe
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Fzftyſix IJorms nine Inches long diEharg
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The Cure of the Pain in the Stomach ibid
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The Prognoſtiek
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Two Indications if Cure
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A remarlcahle Ohſervation ofthe Hurtſulneſs of Alocticks in the Fevers of young Che
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As alo from their Urine
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A renzarkahle Ohſhrvation _0ſ a very flznzous
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That many other Diſhaſes proceed from
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The very eaji catching of Cold 15
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An Argument drawn from the Nature ofthe
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And always impends over Whoremongers 20 I
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That the Pox is a venomous Diſhaſe 209
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Whether the Pox was lenown in the Time
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The Preparation of the Humours hy Alexi
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That Sal Gem is almoſt the only Principle
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That the Opinions of others concerning
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A certain Ohjection tenwend hy a pleaſant
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The Hiſtory and daily Progreſs of that moſt
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What is here to he underſtood hy the Name
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Of the HYsTERXCK PAssmN 184
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That the Animal Spirits are not commonly
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Two Times of breeding Teeth
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That the Ignorance of the Uſi of them
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What Emetick may ſometimes he given them
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Of the VENEREAL DlsEAsE
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What
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lIhy Wine may agree with Girls arrived
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A Commendation ofſimple Cures ahove
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That the greateI Part if Men eaſily deviate
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Forms if mild Catharticks delivered 60
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Some Cautions relating to the firſt Purging
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The trifling Imaginations ofAdepts
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That Narcoticks are neither neceſſary
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Ilhat judgment weare to make of Criſes 80
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An Objection againſt the Method laid down
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With whom Wine agrees and whom it
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An apologctical Animadverſionflr the ancient
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Which Sort is leaſt hurtful to Infants 24
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The Excellence of the works of Nature ahove
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