The man lying sick in the garden of Delearces
had for a long time heaviness in the head and pain
in the right temple. From some exciting cause he
was seized with fever, and took to his bed.
Slight flow of unmixed blood from
the left nostril. The bowels were well moved ;
urine thin and varied, with particles in small groups,
like barley-meal or semen, floating in it.
Acute fever ; stools black, thin,
frothy, with a livid sediment in them ; slight stupor ;
getting up caused distress ; in the urine a livid,
rather viscous sediment.
Vomited scanty, bilious, yellow vomits,
and after a short interval, verdigris-coloured ones ;
slight flow of unmixed blood from the left nostril ;
stools unaltered and urine unaltered ; sweat about
the head and collar-bones ; spleen enlarged ; pain
in the direction of the thigh ; tension, soft under-neath,
of the right hypochondrium ;1
no sleep at
night ; slight delirium.
Stools more copious, black, frothy ; a
black sediment in the stools ; no sleep at night ;
Stools black, oily, viscid, foul-smelling ;
slept ; was more rational.
Tongue dry ; thirsty ; no sleep ;
delirium ; urine thin, not of a good colour.
Stools black, scanty, compact ; sleep ;
was collected ; not very thirsty.
Rigor, acute fever ; sweat ; chill ;
delirium ; squinting of the right eye ; tongue dry ;
thirsty ; sleepless.
Symptoms about the same.
Quite rational ; no fever ; slept,
urine thin about the time of the crisis.
The patient remained free from fever for two days,
relapsed on the fourteenth day, and immediately
had no sleep at night and was completely delirious.
Urine muddy, like that which has
been stirred up after settling ; acute fever ; completely
delirious ; no sleep ; pain in knees and
legs. On the application of a suppository, black,
solid motions were passed.
Urine thin, with a cloudy substance
floating in it ; delirium.
Extremities cold in the early
morning ; would wrap himself up ; acute fever ;
sweated all over ; was relieved ; more rational ;
some fever ; thirst ; vomited bilious matters, yellow
and scanty ; solid motions from the bowels ; after
a while they became black, scanty and thin ; urine
thin, and not of a good colour.
Was not rational ; comatose.
The same symptoms.
Slept ; completely rational ;
sweated ; no fever ; no thirst ; urine thin.
Slightly delirious ; rather thirsty ;
pain in the hypochondrium and throbbing about the
Sediment in urine ; completely
Pain in the right hip, but in
other respects very comfortable ; sediment in the
About the twenty-ninth day pain in the right eye ;
Passed motions full of phlegm, white
and rather frequent ; copious sweat all over ; a