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PART 16

XVI. To deal with nature from without : plaster, anointing, salve, uncovering of whole or part, covering of whole or part, warming or cooling similarly, astriction, ulceration, biting,1 grease ; from within : some of the aforesaid, and in addition an obscure cause in part or whole, in some cases but not in all.

[p. 349]

1 Apparently, such things as a mustard plaster.

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