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ACCOUNT OF DISEASES IN LONDON,
From the 20th of November to the 20th of December.
ACUTE DISEASES.

All the inflammatory and hæmorrhagic

No. of Cases.' diseases put down in the preceding lift, CATARRH

13 were brought to a favourable conclufion.. Pleurisy

i The cases of pleurisy, and inflammation Enteritis

of the bowels, were lo violent as to reInflammatory fore-throat

4 quire repeated venefection, along with Ulcerated fore-throat

3 the use of blisters, and other remedies. . Acute Rheumatism

6

Infants have been, during the present Hæmoptoe

S. Malignant Fever

month, very generally affected with catar

4 Small Pox

rhal fever, a hard sounding cough, great

3 Scarlatina Anginosa

difficulty of breathing, and a watery disMeallcs

8 charge from the nose and eyes. The Febrile nettle rash

above symptoms were relieved in a few Slow Fever

2 days, by the application of leeches to the Puerperal Fever

2 chest, by blisters, and antimonials. Dysentery

I The cold, wet, or damp weather, which; Tetanus

succeeded the short frost, at the begin Acute Diseases of Infants

12. ning of the month, seems to have given CHRONIC DISEASES..

rise to many putrid fevers, and ulcerated Cough and Dyspnea

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fore-throats. These prove untoward and Pulmonary Consumption

9

lingering ; though I have not, as yet, Chronic Rheumatism

met with any fatal case. A young lady, Lumbago

about 14 years of age, after having had, Afthenia

for fome days, Night specks of ulceration Paralysis.

in the throat, was seized with all the Anasarca

5. symptoms of a malignant fever: hér Oedema puerperale

tongue became dry and brown ;. a black Hysteria

cruit covered the teeth; her eyes were St. Vitus's Dance Epilepsy

dull and glassy ;. she was alternately deliCephalæa

rious and comatose till the bath day of Gastrodynia

the fever, when a rash appeared, very

6 Enterodynir

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much resembling the scarlatina, and was Diarrhæa

diffused over the whole body. It contiColica

nued to the fourteenth day, and then. Colica Piétonum

1 disappeared ; a complete crisis of the Chlorosis

8 fever took place at the same time. The Menorrhagia

3. servant who attended was affected with a Schirrus Uteri

3 fimilar fever, three days after the young Schirrus Liver

? lady's recovery, but has not had either Jaundice

the sore throat, or the eruption on the Gravel Renal Calculus

The measles are now more prevalent Incontinence of Urine

I Worms

than the small. pox, or scarlatina ;, and

4: Ulcer of the Rectum.

have been diffused to most of the villages Tabes mesenterica

3

near London :: many infants have died Lepra

j of the cough, and hectic fever which Impetigo

succeeds them. According to the bills Scaly Tettar

of mortality, not 200 persons died of the Thrush

3. small-pox in the month of November ';, Crusta Lactea

I whereas the number of deaths in July Itch

3. and August was 772. It is to be rePERIODICAL DISEASES.

marked, that the bills only record thể Quotidian

death of one person by the scarlet-fever, Tertian

between the 8th and 29th of November, Hemicranium

a period during which there occurred Hcética Adolescentium

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many fatal cases of that disease. Hectica Senilis

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Public Affairs. Great Britain. a flight wound, at the root of the little and occasional deļirium. The patiert toe, from a rusty nail. No inconvenience died at the end of a fortnight, being exwas felt for some days after the accident; hausted with extreme pain and irritation, but it was finally succeeded by a locked from which the powers of medicine could jaw, irregular convullive motions of the afford him but a flight and temporary back and abdomen, violent cramps of respite. zke extremities, a very quick, Imall pulfe,

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STATE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS,

In December, 1796.
GREAT BRITAIN.

The amount of the supply which £
AFTER a fhort adjournment, the House they were designed to meet,
of Commons re-assembled on the

27,647,000 28th of November. Little business of consequence was, however, transacted till Leaving, upon the probable risk the ad of December, when the House re

of deficiencies, &c.

298,000 foived itself into a Committee of Ways

Mr. Pitt next gave an account of the and Means, and the Secretary at War amount of the interest to be paid upon moved the estimates, which gave occafion the loan of 18 millions. This interest to to much incidental converiation. The be provided for at present, was no more mos_remarkable points were, Mr. M. than $1. 125. 6d. per cent. per annum; A: Taylor's affertion, that the Cavalry to which might be added the one pound Bill was totally unintelligible, and Mr. per cent provided for by Parliament, as Pitt's admiffion of the propriety of an

a linking fund for the discharge of the Explanatory A&.

capital, which would make the whole inThe next matter of importance was terest to be provided for, amount to about the Minister's Budget

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for every 100l.; therefore, On the 9th of December, Mr. Pitt The whole interest of the 18 mil- f proceeded to hate to the House the pro- lions would be

1,215,000 bable expenditure of the ensuing year, Interest on 5,500,ocol. of Excheand the ways by which thet expenditure

quer bills, would be

275,000 was to be defrayed. He estimated the Ditto, of the excess of the navy expences of the Navy at the round lum 8,250,000l.

315,000 of 10,161,000l

. and those of the Army For the future excess of the navy at 10,913,000l. incudiag extraordinaries,

5,702,00ol.

277,000 Substitute for abandoning the colk. lateral succession bill

140,000 The Ordnance he estimated at 1,623,000 Miscellaneous services at

371,000 These articles would amount to 2,2 22,00 Deficiencies of land and malt tax

350,000 From this was to be deducted the Annual addition to the linking fund 200,000 intcreft Farther fum for extraordinaries of

upon the subscription to

the loan of 2 millions, by the army 3,000,000 Eat India Company

112,000 Repayment to the bank

1,023,000

And the total amount of interest The whole sum of the fervices

to be provided for by taxes, 27,647,000 would be

2,110,000 He next ftated the Ways and Means

His next and most painful duty, he for defraying the expences of these ser- observed, would be 'to enumerate the vices, viz.

taxes to defray this heavy burden of in

for tereft. Land and malt

2,750,000 Growing produce of the consoli

As a matter interesting to the public, dated funds, impress monics,

we insert the following statement of the and bounties of corn in hand 1,075,000 Surplus of grants of 1796

420,000 Team 10 per cent, on all tea above € Surplus of the lottery

220,000 Loan by voluntary subcription

25. per lb.

240,000 18,000,000 Spirits-8d. per gallon on Rum; Exchequer bills

5,500,000
iod. ditto on Brandy

220,000 The whole amount of the Ways

Sugar—25. 6d. per cwt. on sugar
imporred

280,000 and Means 27.945,000 Bricks 35. 6d. per 1000 on those

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