Mike Pollitt | Wednesday 17 October, 2012 12:58
FIRST, The manifest Signs of Infection
SECONDLY, The Appearances after Infection
Palpitation of the Heart
Bleeding at Nose
a great Heat about the Precordia.
THE Signs more peculiar to a Pestilence, are those Pustules which the common People call:
and those Marks called Tokens.
The pestilential Poison might be shook…out of the Nerves into the Muscles, and there cause:
and all those other Concomitants of putrid and malignant Fevers.
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The best pub names in London, ever
The best church names in London, and where they come from
Sketch of a deliciously gory medico-historical walk with Dr Richard Barnett, focusing on Samuel Pepys’s urethra
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Mike Pollitt is the editor of The Metropolis.
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