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Thus, a dangerous haemorrhage, which neither sedatives, nor absorbents, nor yet astringents, could control, would cease as soon as the patient put on a blood-red cornelian ring: coral, which, in a ring, the ancients prized much more than the modems, was, on the authority of Metrodorus and Zoroaster, an infallible remedy for, as well as antidote against, nervousness and causeless fears; wine-coloured amethysts protected their wearers from intoxication, and all its pathological consequences; hyacinths secured sleep as infallibly as opium; agates stood high in the esteem of most mineralogist doctors jaspers enjoyed great fame for their powers of discussing dropsies, and driving away fevers. But if if the virulence of the epidemic were abating as shown by the ratio of recoveries, of course it would become a question what is the mode of saving the greatest quantity of beef r and then warm mashes and disinfectants would take the place of poleaxeand disinfectants.