The young man who was lodged by the Liars' Market was seized
with fever from fatigue, labor, and running out of season. On the
first day, the bowels disordered, with bilious, thin, and copious
dejections; urine thin and blackish; had no sleep; was thirsty. On
the second all the symptoms were exacerbated; dejections more copious
and unseasonable; he had no sleep; disorder of the intellect; slight
sweat. On the third day, restless, thirst, nausea, much tossing about,
bewilderment, delirium; extremities livid and cold; softish distention
of the hypochondrium on both sides. On the fourth, did not sleep;
still worse. On the seventh he died. He was about twenty years of
Explanation of the characters.
It is probable that the cause of his death on the seventh day was the unseasonable practices mentioned
above. An acute affection.