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Geranium Maculatum

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HPUS indication of Geranium Maculatum: Headache
Geranium Maculatum
Common symptoms: Headache, Diarrhea, Sore throat.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Geranium Maculatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.



Sensation of fullness


Double vision

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Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Geranium Maculatum

Mill > relationships
Compare: Ficus Venosa (pakur.) Hemorrhage from bowels and lungs. Acalypha and Helix tosta - Snail (in hemoptysis, diseases of chest, consumption); also, Secale; Ipec.; Erech.; Geran.; Hamam.

Mit > relationships
Compare: Chimaph.; Senecio; Uva; Geran.; Gossip.

Led > appendix
Common names, (Ger.), Sumpf-Porst, or Porst.

Erod > general
Erodium is a popular haemostatic remedy in Russia, and is especially used for metrorrhagia and menorrhagia. Komorowitch cured with it numbers of cases in which Ergot and Hydrastis had failed. One was a case of cervical polypus. After three days' use of the decoction the polypus was found lying free in the vagina. Compare Geran. m.

Tab > eyes
Sight failing for six weeks, being alike in the two eyes. Vision = 16 Jäger; not improved by glasses,

Tab > general
Complained of failure of sight for three months, and in particular that "things looked black" (probably central scotoma). Sight did not vary on different ways. Vision-right, letters of Jäger and 50 Snellen, barely at twenty feet. Slight hypermetropia, but sight not improved by glasses. Optic discs pale at the temporal portion.

Tab > eyes
Complained for three years past that he had been unable to find suitable spectacles. The sight had failed gradually, but he believed that it had remained stationary for about six months prior to his admission. Vision, without glasses, each eye = 18 Jäger, and not 200 Suellen, at twenty feet. Pupils active, the left rather larger than the right. Is using strong glasses (+5), but they are of little service. Optic discs definitely pale all over, but much more so on the yellow-spot side. No other changes, unless a slight mistiness of the retina around the discs,

Morph > general
Amenorrhoea. In all the women treated by me for Morphine intoxication, menstruation had been irregular, or suppressed for months or years. These women varied in age from twenty-five to thirty-five, and had used subcutaneous infections of Morphine for a long time. The symptoms noticed at the commencement and during the course of the amenorrhoea, such as headache, vertigo, disinclination to work, loss of appetite, vomiting, constipation, palpitation, hysterical attacks, etc., coincide with those of Morphine intoxication, so that it is often difficult to distinguish whether they are caused by the toxication of Morphine, or are the consequence of the amenorrhoea. I have never observed swelling of the breasts or vicarious haemorrhages in my cases. The amenorrhoea of Morphine is gradually developed from dysmenorrhoea, or it occurs suddenly. Conception has never been noticed in amenorrhoeic women, while some of the women have been repeatedly pregnant previous to the use of Morphine. Therefore, it seems probable that the cessation of menstruation is dependent upon anomalies of the ovaries, in that they seem inactive. According of Pflüger's theory, in the amenorrhoea of Morphine, the growth of the cells of the ovaries ceases from one period to another, and in consequence, the irritability that is transmitted by the ovarian cells and causes, on the one hand, bursting of the Graafian follicles, and on the other, determines the reflex condition of congestion of the sexual organs, is wanting. As a consequence, Morphine affects the ovaries as it does other secretory glands, namely, it renders them unable to perform their functions. It is most probable that menstruation ceases because ovulation ceases, and this also explains the sterility. The supposition that Morphine injection causes the arrest of the function of the organs of generation is justified by the fact that, after the cessation of Morphine, these organs recover their activity. The sexual desire is at first increased by the habitual use of Morphine, but after the graver symptoms of poisoning have been developed it almost entirely disappears, as in men. It is also noteworthy that women who have suffered from fluor albus, are generally free from it during the prolonged use of Morphine.

Anan > appendix
1, Ray, Philos. Trans., 1699, effects in boys, from eating the root; 2, Stalpaart Van der Wiel, Observ. rarior., 1727 (from Bloc, Monograph on OE., 1873), effects of eating plant; 3, Smetius, 1593, from Stalpaart, effects of eating stems and leaves in a salad; 4, same, effects in a woman, of eating stems cooked with parsnips; 5, Christ. Rost. Miscell., from Stalpaart, effects of eating stems, in several persons; 6, Baldassar, Timoeus on Poisons, took 7, chap. 4, p. 310 (from Stalpaart), effects in a man, of eating stems; 7, Simon Paullus, Traité des fièvres malignes (from Stalpaart), effects of eating leaves in order to cure fever, in three persons; 8, Arnatus Lusitamus (from Stalpaart), effects of eating stems, in a child, aged eleven; 9, Watson, Phil. Trans., 1746, p. 127 (No. 460), effects of eating root, in eleven French prisoners; also, Phil. Trans., 1748, No. 238, effects on soldiers; 10, Allen, Synops. Med., effects in four children; 11, Ehret, Phil. Trans., 1759, p. 856, effects of five spoonfuls of expressed juice of root, in a man, aged fifty-eight; 12, Pulteney, Med. and Philos. Comment, 1784, effects, after every dose, of the juice of the root mixed with wine, taken for the cure of a chronic scaly disease of the skin; 13, Wilmers, Obs. on Poisonous Vegetables of Great Britain, 1781, statement of Christ. Ehret, as to the effects of the effluvia when sketching the plant; 14, Dr. Robert Graves, Med. Facts and Obs., 1797, Vol. III, p. 308 (from Berridge, Pathogenetic Record), effects of two tablespoonfuls of juice of root, in a woman, aged twenty-four; 15, Duval, Inaug. Thesis, 1806, effects of plant, on three soldiers (from Bloc); 16, Parise, Journ. Gén. de Méd., 1823 (Bloc), effects of eating plant, prepared as a salad, on five persons, three of whom died; 17, Dr. Charles, Archives Clin. de Montpellier, 1814, effects of eating soup containing the plant, in a woman and child (Bloc); 18, Godefroy, Journ. de Pharm., etc., 1822, effects of eating plant, in three sailors; 19, Journ. de Pharm., 1822, effects of eating plant, in three women; 20, Bry, Arch. Gén. de Méd., 1823, effects of eating plant, in a man; 21, Joseph Fraysell, Lancet, 1833, 1, 860, effects of eating root, in a woman; 22, Thompson, Lancet, 1836, 2, 850, effects of crushing plant, on a man; 23, same, effects of eating a small piece of the root; 24, Bossey, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1844, p. 289, effects of eating roots, on Wilkinson (one of a number of convicts); 25, same, on Knight; 26, same, on Wilson; 27, on others, same; 28, same, on Chamberlain; 29, same, on Williams; 30, same, on Jeffs; 31, same, on Salt; 32, same, on Burgess; 33, Unger, Gaz. des Hôp., 1846, effects of eating leaves, on a woman and some children; 34, Pickells, Edin. Med. and Surg. Jour., 1847, p. 435, Vol. LXVII, effects of eating the root, in three boys; 35, same, in two other boys; 36, same, effects in a woman; 37, same, in five children; 38, same, in a boy; 39, same, in two boys; 40, same, in a boy; 41, same, from Cork Southern Reporter, 1827, effects in four children; 42, same, in a boy; 43, same, in a child; 44, same, in two girls; 45, same, effects of applying a poultice of the plant to a scrofulous ophthalmia, in a woman; 46, same, effects of eating some, in a elderly woman; 47, Nichol, Assoc. Journ., 1854 (Schmidt's Jhb., 86, 316), effects of a strong infusion of plant, taken for erythema, in a woman; 48, Med. Times and Gaz., N. S., 13, 1856, p. 205, effects of root, in three sailors; 49, Friedrich's Blatt. f. Ger., Aug. 1856 (A. H. Z., 54, 152), effects of the expressed juice of the root; 50, Grahame, Med. Times and Gaz., 1858, N. S., 16, p. 241, effects of eating root; 51, Appleton, Brit. Med. Journ., 1861, March, p. 293, effects of eating plant; 52, same, report of another case; 53, same, quoted from Dr. Hooper's Med. Dict., effects of eating root, in several persons; 54, Baume, Med. Times and Gaz., 1862 (from Archives des Mal-mentales, 1861), effects of eating root, in a man; 55, same, another case; 56, Vacher, Journ. de Méd., 1863, effects of a soup containing the leaves and roots, in seventeen soldiers (from Bloc); 57, Vincent, Gaz. de hebdom. Méd., Paris, 1864, effects of eating the herb; 58, Popham, Brit. and For. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1866, p. 544 (Dubl. Quart. J. of Med., 1865), effects in some boys; 59, same, effects in one boy; 60, Dr. Kimball, Am. Hom. Obs., 1867, p. 70, effects of eating the root, in a boy; 61, Kane, Med. Times and Gaz., 1869, 2, 379, effects of eating the leaves, in a child; 62, Bloc, effects of eating root, in several persons; 63, Nevins, Assoc. Med. J., Vol. II, effects of eating roots, in a young boy; 64, Pharm. Journ., 3d ser., Vol. I, p. 1110, effects of eating the root, in a man; 65, Journ. de Chim. Med., 1870 (Bloc), effects of getting the alcoholic solution of the extract on the hands; 66, Gayet, Essai sur l'OEnanthe, 1870, poisoning of several persons by eating the herb; 67, same, effects of eating the root, in a soldier; 68, Journ. of Botany, 1870, Vol. VIII, p. 255, effect of eating root, in a man; 69, Pharm. Journ. and Trans., 1875 and 1876 (Manchester Guardian), effect of eating the root, in several persons (from Berridge, Pathogenetic Record); 70, same, additional effects, 1871, Vol. I, p. 110; 71, Foss, Practitioner, 1876, p. 248, effects of eating root, in nine children; 72, Taylor's Med. Juris., Vol. I, p. 422, two laborers ate some of the roots; death after about three hours.

Ars > appendix
(1 to 89, from Hahnemann, Chr. Krank., 5). 1, Hahnemann; 2, Baehr; 3, Fr. Hahn'n; 4, Hartlb. and Trinks; 5, Hering; 6, Hornburg; 7, Langhammer; 8, Meyer; 9, Stapf; 10, Whl.; 11, Ebers (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 12, Friedrich (poisoning of a woman); 13, Morgagni (1, poisoning of a woman of 60; 2, of a male adult; 3, of female adult; 4, same case as Wolff's; 5, poisoning of a man); 14, Guldenklee (effects of vapor); 15, Richard (poisoning and adult); 16, Marcus (after Ars. of Pot. in a fever patient); 17, Myrrhen (from drawing sol. of A. into nostrils for a coryza); 18, Quelmalz (poisoning of a girl by black oxide); 19, Kaiser (poisoning of whole family by A.); 20, Forestus (from orpiment in a woman); 21, Henning (application of A. to a diseased breast); 22, Verzasch; 23, Alberti (cases of poisoning in healthy adults); 24, Büttner (poisonings); 25, La Motte (woman took A. for suicide); 26, Guilbert (poisoning of an adult); 27, Pyl (do.); 28, Misc. Nat. Cur. (same as Myrrhen, No. 17); 29, Lusitanus (poisoning of a youth); 30, Pearson (effects of Ars. of Pot. in an epileptic); 31, Buchholz (poisoning of several adults by black oxide); 32, Thomson (poisoning of a woman); 33, Tennert; 34, Grimm (from the black oxide, in an adult); 35, Wedel; 36, Jacobi (from suppression of ague by A., in a young man); 37, Knape (effects of powdering hair with A.); 38, Baylies (general statement from authors); 39, Heimreich (1, effects of A. sprinkled on the air; 2, effects of large doses of Ars. of Pot.); 40, Siebold (effect of dressing pustular scalp with mixture of A. and cinnabar); 41, Vicat (from powdering hair with A.); 42, Schlegel; 43, Neue Med. Chir. Wahrn.; 44, Heun (from application of A. to cancerous ulcer of cheek); 45, Müller (general statement); 46, Eph. Nat. Cur. (poisoning of a man by twelve grains of A.); 47, Majault (1, poisoning of a man with realgar; 2, of a woman with orpiment; 3 and 4, of a youths with A.); 48, Jenner; 49, Fowler (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 50, Isenflamm-Steining (general statement); 51, Van Eggern; 52, Kopp (poisoning of a man of 56); 53, Feldmann (from a plaster of A. applied for a quartan); 54, Preussius (poisoning of a boy); 55, Thilenius (effects in a patient with scirrhus of breast); 56, Grimm (from the black oxide, in an adult); . -Hughes. 57, Salzb. M. Chir. Zeit. (effects of A. applied to fungus on the head); 58, Kellner (poisoning of a girl of 20); 59, Gerbitz (from orpiment); 60, Wolff (poisoning of two women); 61, Goritz; 62, Löw; 63, Cruger (poisoning of an adult); 64, Tachenius (from inhaling sublimed A.); 65, Degner (effects of applying sol. of A. for itch, in two men); 66, Stahl (poisoning of two adults); 67, Greiselius (S. 1759 from vapor in self, rest in miners); 68, Klinge (observation of miners in A.); 69, Borellus (from carrying A. in pocket); 70, Montanus (poisoning of a woman); 71, Cardanus (general statement from authors); 72, Gabezius; 73, Fernelius (from sprinkling A. on cancerous ulcer of breast); 74, Justamond (from A. given to a young woman with cancer of the tongue); 75, Pet. de Appono (effects of realgar); 76, Hammer (poisoning of a girl of 20); 77, Bernhardi; 78, Huber (states that he knows a woman so affected by A.); 79, Hartmann; 80, Degrange (from rubbing A. into head); 81, Pfann; 82, Heinze; 83, Hargens (from application of A. to a cancerous ulcer); 84, Storck (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 85, Borges (poisoning of an adult); 86, Hall, Allg. Lit. Zeit. (inhalation by a man of Arsenetted Hyd.); 87, Bonetus (from cases of poisoning); 88, M. N. Zeit, 1798; 89, Rau (from application of A. to scalp); numbers 90 to 94, inclusive are taken from Imbert-gourbeyre's provings with 4th trit., l'Art Médicale, 17, 433 et seq.; 90, Damour; 91, M'lle E.; 92, Imbert-Gourbeyre; 93, Bonjean; 94, Souleyre; 95, Robinson's provings on females with the 12th, B. J. of Hom.; 96, (ibid.), with the 30th; 97, (ibid.), with 200th; 98, (ibid.), with 1000th; 99, Mad. Buchmann's proving (a grain of A. in some water, taken by mistake), Hom. V. J. S., 10, 119; 100, Borri, from Hartl. and Trinks (effects of fumes of wax candles containing A.); 101, Trevasso, from H. and T. (internal administration of A.); Nos. 102 to 165, inclusive are taken from Roth's collection of poison cases, Hom. V. J. S., 12, 25; 102, James; 103, 104, and 105, Rummel; 106, Jaquernin; 107, Orfila; 108, Heifelder; 109, Puchelt; 110, Hohnbaum; 111, Schreyer; 112, Kortum; 113, Stachow; 114, Rothhamel; 115, Klose; 116, Spengler; 117, Sonderland; 118, Canetta; 119, Schapper; 120, Van den Dale; 121, Tonnellier; 122, Kraft; 123, Opler; 124, Scheulen; 125, Koch; 126, Hausbutner; 127, (ibid.); 128, Kellermann; 129, Hornung; 130, Brenner; 131, Neumann; 132, Bodenmuller; 133, Watson; 134, Franque; 135, Reuter; 136, Zöllner; 137, Beauchesne; 138, Leroy; 139, Dehenne; 140, Odier; 141, Barrier; 142, Orfila; 143, J. de Chim. Méd., 1846; 144, Wepfer; 145, De Haen; 146, Falconer; 147, Pinel; 148, Missa; 149, Gerard; 150, Devergie; 151, Leuret; 152, Fielitz; 153, Hafter; 154, Alquie; 155, Flechner; 156, Huss Bush; 157, Nissen; 158, Pfaff; 159, Bruckner; 160, Coqueret; 161, Edwards; 162, Skillman; 163, Angouard; 164, Schäfer; 165, Husemann; 166, Johann Schellhammer (effects of large doses, N. A. J. of Hom., 2, 317); 167, Dailand, tox., N. A. J., 7, 389; 168, Tox., N. A. J. of Hom., 2, 473 (from Med. Repos., 5, 43); 169, Dr. Rhees, Am. H. Rev., 2, 510 (effects of Arsenic applied to kill the nerve of a tooth); 170, Tox., Dr. Hill (N. Y. St. Trans. (Hom.), 9, 232); 171, Taylor, on Poisons; 172, Wetmore, N. A. J. of Hom., 6, 369 (tox., 127 grains of Arsenic); 173, Isidore, Rec. de Mem. de Méd., etc.; 174, Smoler, Oest. Zeit. f. Heilk., 1863 (three cases of Ars. paralysis); 175, Keber, V. J. S. f. Ger. Med.; 176, Dr. P. in U. (Henke's Zeit., 1862); 177, Barnes (Lancet, 1847); 178, Wagner (Med. Annals); 179, Platner (Omodei Am. Univ., Hah. M. M.); 180, Lachese (Ann. de Hygiène, H. Mat. Méd.); 181, M. Diville (Lancet, 1838); 182, Rayner (Lancet, 1838); 183, Murray (Lancet, 1838); 184, St. Thos. Hosp. Rep. (Lancet, 12, 509); 185, Greening (Lancet, 1834); 186, Lancet, 1829; 187, Lancet, 1839; 188, Burns (Lancet, 1839); 189, Thompson (Lancet, 1840); 190, Foster (Lancet, 1840); 191, Hedley (Lancet, 1842); 192, Gaz. des Hôp. (Lancet, 1842); 193, Bird (Lancet, 1843, poisoning by the vapor of Arsenic); 194, Shipman (Am. J. of Med. Sc., 1838); 195, Argent (Lancet, 1844); 196, Kelso (Lancet, 1844); 197, Farget (Lancet, 1851); 198, Waite (Lancet, 1858), Arsenic applied to pulp of tooth; 199, Dermott (Lancet, 1851); 200, Ryan (Lancet, 1851); 201, A. McLeod (Ed. M. and S. J., 15, 553); 202, Ward (Ed. M. and S. J., 33, 61); 203, Dymock (Ed. M. and S. J., 59, 350); 204, Gairdner (Ed. M. and S. J., 32, 305); 205, Jeesche (Hom. V. J. Schrift, 8, 467); 206, N. Z. f. H. Kl., 12, 56; 207, Brämer (A. H. Z., 19, 223), Horst (A. H. Z., 19, 241), and Buchner (A. H. Z., 46, 64); 208, Hoppe (A. H. Z., 32, 379); 209, Kurtz (A. H. Z., 32, 379); 210, Bartlett (Chicago Pharmacist, 1872); 211, Scales (N. E. Med. Gaz., 2, 226, effects taken for the complexion); 212, Benham (Am. Observer, 1864); 213, Malmstein, Hygeia, 1873 (Schmidt's Jahrb., chron. Ars. poison); 214, Levin (effect of Arsenic applied externally; Hirch's Zeit., 19, 112); 215, Bouvier (L'Art Méd., 6, 31); 216, Colton (Med. Investigator, 9, 241); 217, Wibmer (effects of the fumes); 218, Zeit. f. Hom. Kl., 3, 137 (effects of Arsen. paper); 219, Goullon (on Arsen. paper, A. H. Z., 64, 81); 220, Brit. Med. J., 1873 (poisoning by paper and pigments); 221, Oppenheim (Verhandlung, 1859, Arsen. paper); 222, Lorinzer (Wien Med. Wach., 1857, Arsen. paper); 223, Dudgeon (B. J. of Hom., 20, 200, Arsen. paper); 224, Bayer (M. Hom. Rev., 1870, p. 597, Arsenical paperhangings); 225, M. Hom. Rev., 1870, p. 413 (Arsen. paper, symptoms observed in four children); 226, Dr. H. Reynolds, Hahn. Month., 10, 53 (tox.).

Ars > appendix
(227 to 230, from Berridge's Collection, in appendix Brit. Journ. of Hom.); 227, Thos. Garnett, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1801, 542, fatal poisoning of a man by pills of Ars., butter, and flour; 228, Dr. S. Barnum, Med. Repos., 1802, p. 43, a woman took a solution; 229, Dr. Yelloby, Ebind. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1809, p. 389, a boy, aet. sixteen years, took a pennyweight; 230, W. J. Crowfoot, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1815, 441, children ate it in food; 231 to 235, John Marshall, Remarks on Arsenic, London, 1817, effects on five persons of eating dumplings containing oxide of arsenic; 233, being a woman seven months' pregnant; (236 to 241, from Berridge); 236, J. Hume, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1821, p. 466, Mrs. ---, aet. twenty, took arsenic; 237, Astley Cooper, Lancet, 1823-24, 156, application to the eye for fungus; 238 to 241, Alexander Murray, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xviii, p. 167, poisoning of a family; 242 to 244, Robert Christison, M.D., Trans. Medico. Chirurg. Soc., 1825, fatal cases; (242 to 248, from Berridge); 245, Robert Christison, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1827, p. 441; 246, John Elliotson, Med.-Chir. Rev., 1828, p. 265, a woman, aet. about sixty years, took arsenic; 247, Christison Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1830, p. 67, six persons took it in champagne; 248, Journ. Univ. et Hebd. (Med.-Chir. Rev., 1832, p. 162), several persons took it in food; 249, T. Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xiii, 1835, p. 334, fatal poisoning of T. D ---, aet. twenty-three years; (250 and 251, from Berridge); 250, Lancet, 1835-6 (1), 436, a girl. aet. twenty-two years, swallowed 1 oz.; 251, Journ. de Pharm. (Lancet, 1837-8 (2), 625), several families drank water impregnated with Arsenic; 252, B. E. Cotting, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xviii, 1838, p. 78, a man, aet. twenty-two years, took about 2 ozs., in wine and water; (253 to 292, from Berridge); 253, Londonderry Standard (Dublin Med. Press, 1840, p. 371), poisoning; 254, Theophilus Thompson, Lancet, 1843-4 (1), 98; 255, Dr. W. Woodcock, ibid., 1845 (1), 640, Mrs, W., took 1 1/2 teaspoonful; 256, J. M. Adams, North. Journ. of Med., 1845, p. 262, J. P., aet. forty-two years, took 2 drachms; 257, Historical Register (Lond.), (Dublin Med. Press, 1845, vol. xiii, p. 61), a man made arsenical candles; 258, Allison, Lancet, 1845 (1). p. 413, a girl, aet. thirteen years, took a large teaspoonful before 4 P.M., and another dose before 5; 259, Linoli, abridged from Ann. Univ. de Med. (Med. Times, 1846), two men and three children had same symptoms from Arsenic in food; 260, J. Hakes, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. lxvi, 1846, p. 43, a family drank water containing Arsenic, several cases fatal; 261, Dr. Letheby, Lancet, 1847 (1), p. 44, a girl, aet. nineteen years, took at night 2 oz. fly-water, containing 2 1/2 ozs. white Arsenic, death in thirty-six hours; 262, Dr. L. Owen Fox, Lancet, 1848 (2), 503, fatal poisoning of a man, aet. twenty-one years, by a teaspoonful; 263, Wm. Robert Cornish, ibid., 1849, p. 35, a man took 1 oz.; 264, same a girl took 1 oz.; 265, Dr. Michael McGee, ibid., p. 311, a girl, aet. ten years, took 10 grs. or more; (266 to 285, from Dublin Quart. Journ. Med. Sci., 1851, an Dublin Med. Press, 1850); 266, a man and woman, each took 24 grs; 267, M. G., aet. fifty-six years, took 1 1/2 oz., fatal in twelve hours; 268, Miss D., aet. eighteen years, took Arsenious acid; 269, J. G., aet. thirty-three years, took Arsen. acid in tea, and on the fourth day took 2 teaspoonfuls in coffee and milk; 270, a man, aet. between twenty-five and thirty years, took Arsenic in food; 271, five persons ate a cake in which a teaspoonful had been put; 272, a woman, aet. twenty-five years, took some in water; 273, poisoning of five persons; 274, poisoning of seven persons; 275, two persons took it in food; 276 to 278, a family poisoned by Arsenic in food; 279, fatal poisoning of M. J. B.; 280, a boy, aet. two years, took a spoonful of rat-powder (Arsenic and flour); 281, a girl, aet. four years, took the same; 282, M. B., aet. thirty years, took nearly a spoonful in gruel and porter; 283, a man and woman took it in punch; 284, four persons took it in food; 285, five persons took it in soup; 286, Dr. G. E. Sanger, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1851, 183, poisoning of a man, aet. nineteen years; 287, Chamber's Edinb. Journ. (Dublin Med. Press, vol. xxvii, 1852, p. 63), effects of leaving off Arsenic-eating; 288, Dr. T. R. Mitchell, Med. Times and Gaz., 1853, p. 612, a man rubbed the liniment into axillae, pubes, and scrotum; 289, Dr. T. Brown, Assoc. Med. Journ., 1853, p. 878, a woman, aet. twenty-four years, took Arsenic to procure abortion; 290, M. Dandin, Annal. d'Hyg., 1854, case of poisoning; 291, Tschudi's report, Journ. de Chim. Med., 1854 (Bost. Med., and Surg. Journ., 1855, vol. li, p. 189), effects of suspension of Arsenic-eating; 291a, same, a man took an overdose; 292, Dr. Wilks, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1855, p. 364, a man, aet. fifty years, took probably three teaspoonfuls; 293, Samuel C. Pointer, M.D., Med. and Surg. Reporter, vol. ix, 1856, p. 210, Agnes Corbet, aet. twenty-one years, swallowed a teaspoonful, death in twelve hours. (294 to 296, from Kesteven, Brit. Med. Journ., 1856); 294, Dr. Jago, effects on workmen; 295, Mr. Pointer, poisoning; 296, Kesteven, effects of leaving off Arsenic-eating; 297, Dr. Halley, Pharm. Journ., vol. xvii, 1857, p. 428, Arsenic in paperhangings; (298 to 319, from Berridge); 298, Dr. Walter Watson, Lancet, 1857 (2), 281, effects on shepherds of washing sheep with Arsenic; 299, Dr. Robert Crawford, ibid., p. 127 and 181, effects of same; 300, Dr. W. G. Meacham, N. Y. Journ. of Med., vol. iv, 1858, p. 430, poisoning of a man, aet. twenty-five years; 301, Jas. Whitehead, Brit. Med. Journ., 1858, p. 804, a young man poisoned by arsenical wall paper; 302, Mr. H. G. Trend., ibid., p. 725, a woman took Arsenic twice a day, for three months, altogether two tablespoonfuls, to procure abortion; 303, Jas. Beghie, Edinb. Med. Journ., 1858, vol. iii, p. 961, observations of Valleix and other French writers; 304, Begbie, ibid., effects in a case of chorea; 305, Dr. Gibbs, Lancet, 1858 (1), p. 613, a lady took it many years for an eruption; 306, Dr. Wm. N. Brown, Edinb. Med. Journ., 1858, vol. iii, p. 148, a man washed sheep with a solution of white Arsenic; 307 to 312, Dr. Robert Paterson, ibid., p. 391, different cases of poisoning; 313, Schefler in Gesundheit der Bergleute, effects on cobalt miners; 314 and 315, Dr. A. S. Taylor, Ophth. Hosp. Rep., 1859 (1), 270, effect of arsenical wall paper; 316, Dublin Med. Press, 1859, vol. xli, p. 280, shepherds were poisoned by washing sheep with an arsenical wash; 317, Harles, Med. Circular, vol. xiv, 1859, experiments on healthy men with 1/4 gr. of Arsenious acid; 318, Gonffia's experiments on himself, ibid.; 319, Manchester Guardian, Pharm. Journ., vol. xxiv, 1859, p. 482, three children were poisoned by arsenical wall-paper; 320, Dr. Lorenz, quoted by Heisch, ibid., p. 536, Arsenic-eaters of Styria; 321, same, effects on a gentleman; 322, J. B. Metcalfe, ibid., vol. xx, p. 343, poisoning of Clarence King, aet. three years and a half; (323 to 329, from Berridge); 323, Dr. R. Biggs, Lancet, 1860 (1), p. 8, poisoning by paper; 324, Dr. Ballenden, ibid., p. 579, poisoning of three children by the same; 325, MS. Reports of St. Barth. Hosp., 1860 (Month. Hom. Rev., vol. xiv, p. 428, Rachel and Emma Taylor, partook of a pudding containing a teaspoonful of white Arsenic; 326, Dr. Thomas Orton, Lancet, 1862 (2), p. 576, poisoning by paper; 327, Mr. Simon's Pub. Health Reports, Brit. Med. Journ., 1863 (2), p. 435, symptoms from Ars. green; 328, Dr. D. McN. Parker, Edinb. Med. Journ., 1864, vol. x, p. 116, effects of Arsenic-eating on a man, aet. thirty years; 329, Craig Maclagan, ibid., p. 200, effects of Arsenic-eating; 330, R. C. Hamil, M.D., Chicago Med. Exam., 1865, p; 643, Mr. H., aet. twenty-five years, took 6 or 7 drachms in cold water; after half an hour an emetic and hydrated oxide of iron were given, vomiting produced; 331, A. S. Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1865, 277 (Berridge), poisoning of three children by Arsenic in vermin powder; 332, Dr. Docherty, Glasgow, Mon. Journ. (Pharm. Journ., 2d ser., vol. vii, 1866, p. 243). Mrs. Keechan took 1/4 oz. in milk; 333, Profs. Grote and Mosler, Berl. Klin. Woch., 1866, p. 60, a boy, aet. two years, ate a piece of paint; (334 to 339, from Berridge); 334, Dr. F. Duckworth, Madras Quart. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. ix, 1867, 304, Arsenic in food; 335, Hutchinson, Lancet, 1869 (2), 508, general effects; 336, Dr. Seissei, AErtz. Intell. Blatt, 1869 (Brit. Med. Journ., 1869 (1), 424), four hundred persons poisoned by bread; 337, Thomas Graham, Glasgow Med. Journ., 1869 (1), 56, poisoning; 338, Dr. Hicks, Lancet, 1870 (2), 356, a man, aet. forty-eight years, was engaged in pulling off wall-paper; 339, Berridge, Month. Hom. Rev., 1870, 430, a friend of mine suffering from skin eruption, took the 6th; 340, Brit. Med. Journ., 1871 (2), 101, poisoning by wall-paper; 341, Martineau, L'Union Méd., April, 1873, p. 558, poisoning; (342 to 344, from Berridge); 342, Dr. Clement Walter, Brit. Med. Journ., 1873 (2), 700, a lady was poisoned by wall-paper; 343, Dr. J. Liddell; ibid., p. 772, effects of wall-paper; 344, Dr. John Morley, ibid., 88, poisoning of fifteen persons by Arsenic; 345, Dr. Merbach, Vjs. für Ger. Med., 1875, p. 48, poisoning; 346, H. S. Jones, M.D., Virginia Med. Month., 1875, p. 194, Jesse Thomas, aet. twenty-two years, swallowed nearly a teaspoonful; (347 to 372, from Tardieu, Étude méd. lég. et clin., sur L'Empoisonnement, Paris, 1875); 347, Arsenic in milk; 348 and 349, other cases; 350, Devergie, Med. leg., 3d edit., t. 3, p. 525, poisoning; 351, same, a girl, aet. seventeen years, took 10 grams; 352, Dr. Lachèse fils, Ann. d'hyg. publ. et de méd. lég., 1re sér., t. 17, p. 340, a girl took a large quantity; 353, Laborde, Journ. de méd.-chir. et pharm., 1787, p. 89, poisoning; 354, Bull. de la Soc. Anat., 1853, 179, a girl took a large quantity; 355, Ann., d'hyg., publ. et de méd. lég., 1847, 390, poisoning; 356, Dr. Bineau, Journ. des cours méd.-chir., 1835, 190, five children, from five to nine years, were poisoned; 357, Guilbert, Journ. de Van der Monde, 1756, 353, a man took a large quantity; 358, Barrier, Journ. de méd., 1873, 353, five men were poisoned by a solution; 359, Dr. Coqueret, Journ. des connais, médic. chir., 1839, p. 155, poisoning of three persons; 360, Dr. Deville, Revue méd., 1838, 355, a woman took 3 grams; 361, Tardieu, poisoning; 362, Dr. Martineau, communication to Soc. méd. des Hôp., effets on a man; 363, Ann. d'hyg. et de méd. lég., 1847, 400, poisoning; 364, Dr. Lachese fils, Ann. d'hyg. publ. et de méd. lég., 1re sér., t. 17, five persons were poisoned by soup; 365, same, case of a woman; 366, ibid., t. 37, p. 121; 367, Dehesne, Journ. de Van der Monde, 1759, 330, poisoning; 368, Mean, Bib. méd., 1821, 401, application to the feet; 369, Desgranges, Rec. de la Soc. de Méd. de Paris, t. 6, p. 22, application of arsenical pomade to the hair; 370, Belloc, Méd. lég., t. 4, p. 124, a woman applied a solution to the whole body; 371, Dr. Vernois, Ann. d'hyg. et de méd. lég., 1846, application of a preparation to a tumor; 372, Dr. Vitry, ibid., application of a preparation of Arsenic; 373, Dr. Netolitzky, Prag. Med. Wochn., 1876, 225 (S. J., 171, 138) a woman poisoned by a large dose; 374, Eduard Renner, Ueber einen Fall von chron. Arsen-giftung, Würzburg, 1876; 375 and 376, E. W. Berridge, Am. Journ. of Hom., Mat. Med., New Ser., vol. v, p. 427, poisoning of two children by wall-paper; 377 to 384, F. H. Brown, M.D., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. xciv, 529, cases of similar poisoning; 385, H. B. Donkin, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ., 1876 (2), 587, similar case; 386, A. P. Bowie, M.D., Hahn. Month., vol. xii, p. 490, John Adams swallowed 1/4 oz. dissolved in water; 387, J. H. Finley, M.D., New York Med. Journ., vol. xxvi, 1877, p. 401, poisoning of sixty men; 388, Dr. Ussher, Hom. World, vol. xii, p. 536, Mrs. S. poisoned by wall-paper; 389, same, other cases of poisoning; 390, M. Saint Philippe, Gaz. méd. de Par. (Lond. Med. Rec., 1878, 215), one patient took 16 grs., and another 64 grs.

Benz-n > appendix
1, Treulich, Wien Med. Presse, 11, 13, two cases poisoned by taking about half a thimbleful; 2, Bahrdt, Archiv f. Deutsch. Heilk., 1871, poisoned by drinking about six drops in some liquor; 3, Letheby, London Hosp. Rep., 1865, J. E. spattered some on his clothes, so that he inhaled the fumes; 4, Ibid., G. G. took a little in his mouth by mistake; he immediately spit it out and rinsed his mouth with water; 5, Ibid., H. A. took a little in his mouth to remove the smell of tobacco; 6, Ibid., a woman cooked some food in a cup which had contained Nitro-benzol; 7, Kreuser, Wurt. corr. Bl., 37 (A. H. Z., M. B., 16, 48); 8, Riefkhol, Deutsch. Kl., 1868; 9, Schenk, Zeit. f. Ger. Med., 1866, a pregnant girl poisoned herself; 10, Muller, ibid., a young man took a teaspoonful in water; 11, Helbig, Deutsche. Mil. Arz., 3, 1873, several soldiers drank some from a flask.

Carb-h > appendix
; this latter gas is of complex and somewhat variable composition, containing marsh gas, olefiant gas, hydrogen, carbonous oxide, nitrogen, vapors of volatile hydrocarbons, and vapor of carbonic sulphide; it thus occupies a position between carbonous oxide and carbonic sulphide; the cases here collected possess sufficient interest to justify their insertion, though obtained from such a variable source. 1, Sir H. Davy, from Paris's Life of Davy (Lond. Med. Gaz., 7, 563), inhaled the pure gas from a bag; 2, Sedillot, Gaz. de Strast., 1845 (S. J. Suppl., vol. 4), poisoning by illuminating gas; 3, Seitz, Deutsch. Kl., 1852 (S. J., 76, p. 187), ibid.; 4, Gaertner, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1853 (S. J., 79, p. 288), ibid.; 5, Cless, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1854 (S. J., 86, p. 34), ibid.; 6, Jaushet, L'Union, 1857 (S. J., 95, p. 76), suffocated by coal damp; 7, Otho, Gaz. Sarda., 1858 (S. J., 98, 171), poisoning by illuminating gas; 8, Leopold, V. f. Ger. Med., 1858 (S. J., 100, 293), ibid.; 9, Mayer, Om. Schr. f. Geburt, 1858 (S. J., 104, 189), poisoning of two pregnant women by illuminating gas; 10, Schumacher, Henke Zeit., 1862 (S. J., 113, p. 292), poisoning by il luminating gas; 11, Sieveking, Lancet, 1869, ibid.; 12, Wallichs, Deutsche Klin., 1869 (S. J., 151, 273), ibid.; 13, De Chaumont, Lancet, 1873, poisoning by coal gas; 14, William Taylor, M.D., Monograph on poisoning by coal gas, Edinb., 1874; 15, Tourdes (six cases, five fatal) from Taylor's work; 16, Maclagan, cases from Taylor's work.

Cina > appendix
1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L.; 2, Ahner, ibid.; 3, Gross, ibid.; 4, Langhammer, ibid.; 5, Rückert, ibid.; 6, Stapf, ibid.; 7, Andry, De gener. vermin. observ., ibid.; 8, Bergius, Mat. Med. Observations, ibid.; 9, Pelargus, Obs. I, 8, 31, 279, Obs. of overdosing, ibid.; 10, Noack, effects of a teaspoonful of the powder in a boy of 2 1/2, Hygeia, 16, 81; 11, Schmid, a boy of 5 took several large doses of the seeds, Deutsche Klin., 1852; 12, Archive für Hom., 16, 2, 206, effects of powder on children; 13, von Linstow, effects of 10 grammes of seeds on a girl of 10, apparently suffering from worms, Vjhrsch. f. Ger. Med., xxi, 1, 80, 1874 (S. J., 165, 21).

Cupr-ac > appendix
1, Fabas, Journ. de Méd., XVI, 228, poisoning by verdigris, from Hahnemann's Cuprum; 2, Hamburg Mag., VIII, 442, poisoning by verdigris, from ibid.; 3, Lauzonus, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec., III, case 7 to 8, Obs., 10, from verdigris, ibid.; 4, Orfila, Toxicologie, cases of poisoning by verdigris, ibid.; 5, Percival, Med. Trans, III, 8, from eating coppery pickle, ibid.; 6, Pet. de Abbano, De Venen., c. 16, effect of verdigris, ibid.; 7, Pyl, Samml., VIII, 90, poisoning by verdigris, ibid.; 8, Ramsay, Med. Obs. and Enq., from verdigris in food, ibid.; 9, Zwinger, Act. Helvet., V, 252, from verdigris, ibid.; 10, Drouard, Expér. et Obs., Sur l'empoison. par l'oxide de Cuivre, Diss. de Paris, 1802, effects of swallowing about a drachm of Egyptian salve (vert de gris, honey, and vinegar), from Wibmer; 11, Pyl, Samml., van Aufs., a. d. Staats-arzk., Vol. VIII, poisoning of a girl aged 24, by 4 ounces of vert de gris, Wibmer, same case as number 7; 12, Duval, Diss. sur la Toxicol., 1806, poisoning of a man by vert de gris, Wibmer; 13, same, poisoning of a soldier by 1 1/2 ounces, Wibmer; 14, Reveillé Parise, Gaz. de Santé, 1820, poisoning of a man aged 29, by a large dose, Wibmer; 15, Albert, Henke's Zeit. f. d. Staats, 1832, poisoning of a family from eating sausages poisoned by V., Wibmer; 16, Rhodius, Obs. cent., III, Obs., 95, a gardener poisoned by fishes cooked with salt and oil in copper vessels, Wibmer; 17, Strack, Journ. de Med.-Chir., etc., t. 24, 1766, poisoning of four children from beans cooked in copper, Wibmer; 18, Navier, Contre-poisons de l'ars., du subl. cord., du Vert de gris, etc., Paris, 1777, a girl aged 18, poisoned by butter from a copper spoon, Wibmer; 19, Jeanroy, Mem. de la Soc. Roy. de Méd., 1778, poisoning of a family by meat cooked in copper, Wibmer; 20, Fahner, Beit. Zar. pr. cud. Ger. Heilk., 1, 297, a girl aged 18, poisoned by beans cooked in copper, Wibmer; 21, Marizot-Deslandes, from Drouard's Diss., a woman poisoned by fish cooked with vinegar in copper, Wibmer; 22, Langenbeck, Deutsche Klinik, 1851, thirty-one persons poisoned by food cooked in fat which had become green from remaining two days in copper vessels, Fr. Mag., 4, 859; 23, Renauldin, Journ. Univ. Med., 1820, a man aged 24 swallowed 3 or 4 grains of verdigris in coffee, Fr. Mag., 4, 511; 24, Wittcke, Med. Zeit. v. Ver. Preuss., 1838, a man aged 30, took half an ounce of V., Fr. Mag., 1, 44; 25, Beer, five cases of poisoning by candies colored with copper, from Orfila's Toxicology; 26, Orfila, a man aged 44, took half an ounce of verdigris; 27, same, poisoning by food cooked in copper; 28, Frank, Journ. de Med., 1755, a lady and four daughters by milk soup cooked in copper (Hempel's Mat. Med., II, 249); 29, Munneke Archiv. f. Hom., 15, 3, 109; persons poisoned by broth cooked in copper; 30, Escolar, L'Union, 1854, poisoning of an apothecary by pounding verdigris (Herschel's Archiv., 2, 81); 31, Reinhardt and Henke, a man took 3 ounces for suicid, from the same; 32, Davidson, Med. Facts and Obs., London, 1792, p. 61, eight persons poisoned by soup served with a copper ladle greened by long exposure to the air; 33, Clapton, Clin. Soc. Trans., Lond., 1870, a sailor drank lemon-juice which had stood in a copper kettle; 34, Corrigan, Dubl. Hosp. Gaz., 1854, poisoning of a man by handling verdigris; 35, Armstrong, five persons poisoned by pudding containing verdigris, Med. Times, 1844 (from Berridge's collection, suppl. to B. J. of Hom., 1874); 36, Journ. de Chim. Méd., 1854, four persons poisoned by verdigris in soup (Berridge's coll.); 37, Boggs, lady poisoned by an injection from a brass syringe covered with verdigris, Berridge, from Lancet, 1869; 38, Fothergill, poisoning by water from a spring impregnated with copper, Berridge, from "Caution to Heads of Families," 1790; 39, Journ. Gén. de Méd., 1827, sixteen persons poisoned by milk from a goat that had eaten sour soup from a copper vessel (goat died), (Berridge's coll.); 40, The Chemist, men poisoned by wine from copper vessels, Berridge's co ll.; 41, Journ. de Connais., 1843, a woman poisoned by verdigris; 42, Reinhardt, Henke's Zeit., 1854 (Band F. M. Ch. Rev.), a man poisoning by 1 1/2 ounces; 43, Moore, Lond. Med. Gaz., 44, p. 487, poisoning of Hindoos on shipboard by verdigris; 44, La Chinque (Lond. Med. Gaz., 4, 155), poisoning by vinegar in which copper coin had been steeped; 45, Chevallier, Le Cuivre, etc., p. 20, poisoning of four persons by grape-jelly containing acetate of copper; 46, Pritchard, Lond. Med. Gaz., 11, 211, effects of milk cooked in copper; 47, Journ. Gén. de Méd. (from Med.-Chir. Rev., 1, 158), poisoning by peas that had stood in copper vessels; 48, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1866, poisoning of six persons by gravy cooked in copper; 49, Croserio, Journ. de la Méd. Hom., 1, 1846, poisoning by artichokes kept in a copper vessel; 50, Breyfogle, Med. Investigator, 8, 481, poisoning of several persons by food cooked in copper; 51, Elb (from Hering's Cuprum), effects of Cupr, ac., accidentally taken in a large (homoeopathic) dose; 52, Degrange, Journ. de Méd. de Bordeaux (Lond. Med. Gaz., 31), fatal poisoning by the carbonate.

Kali-cy > appendix
1, Lembke, provings with 1st and 2d trits. (1 to 50), doses of 2d trit., 1 to 8 grains, of 1st trit., 3 to 35 grains, afterwards with a solution of 1 grain crude in a drachm of water, doses increased to 20 drops each, A. H. Z., 49, 179; 2, Mr. ---, took 3d trit., night and morning to third morning, Pub. Mass. Hom. Med. Soc., II, p. 18; 3, same, took 1st trit., night and morning, for four days; 4, another man took 1st trit. (first, second, and eighth days), from same; 5, Weidner, effects of about 12 grains in solution, Casp. Woch., 1845 (Frank's Mag., 1, 163); 6, a physician took about same dose, from same; 7, Wagner, a man took a large quantity of a strong solution, Archiv f. Phys., 1859 (S. J., 105, 176); 8, Blondlott, effects of a solution (?), J. de Chim. Méd., 1856 (S. J., 90, 169); 9, Gunther, effects of a solution (?), Archiv f. Hom., 12, 1, 142; 10, Orfila, fatal tox. by an injection of 200 grains; 11, Ware, a woman took about 7 grains in a solution, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., 1856, p. 387; 12, Perry, a child with slight cough took about 4 grains in solution, N. Am. J. of Hom., 1852, p. 475; 13, Krause, a man took about 1 drachm, Am. J. of Med. Sc., N. S., 58, p. 422; 14, Dr. O. R. King, a girl of six years, tasted of a solution containing 20 grains to an ounce Am. Hom. Rev., 1, 563; 15, Schauenstein, three cases of poisoning, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1860, p. 279; 16, Ebersberger, a girl aged three, took about 6 grains, Syd. Yr. Book, 1860, p. 460; 17, Damme, effects of removing silver stains with KCy and vinegar, Br. and For. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1863, p. 535; 18, Carriere, effects of injection of a solution, Bull. Gén. de Thér., 77, 458; 19, Scholz, a man swallowed a piece the size of a pea, Monats. Bl., A. H. Z., 15, p. 7; 20, Stearns, effects in a healthy man, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1869, p. 408; 21, Frank, effects of a solution, Vjs. f. Ger. Med., 1868; 22, Taylor, effects of 3 grains in solution (followed immediately by sulphate of iron and mustard and water, till vomiting was induced); 23, Arnold, effects of about 1 grain on self, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1869, p. 103.

Merc-c > fever and chill
1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 1, 422; 2, C. Fr. Schwarze, Beob. et Erfahr. Dresden, 1827 (from Hahnemann); (Nos. 3 to 10, provings from Dr. Buchner's Monograph supplement to All. Zeit. f. Hom., Augsburg, 1849); 3, Buchner, took one dose of 2d dil.; 3a, same, three months later, same dilution, one dose; 3b, same, rubbed into forearm, a solution of 1/2 a grain in Alcohol; 3c, same, rubbed solution of 1/2 a grain into the gums; 3d, same, took a clyster of 1/2 a grain in solution; 4, Dr. Forstner, took of a solution of 1/50 grain in 110 drops of Alcohol, 2 drops first day, 4 drops second day, 7 drops third day, 10 drops fourth day, 15 drops fifth day, 20 drops sixth day, morning and evening, 20 drops eight day, 5 drops tenth day; 5, Dr. Gerster, took daily doses of 2d dil., for seven days, increasing from 5 to 40 drops at a dose; 5a, same, took of a solution of 1/4 grain in 1 drachm of Alcohol, 10 drops first day, 15 drops third day, 20 drops fourth day, 14 drops eight day; 6, Kathrina, aged twenty-one, took of same solution, 10 drops first day, 15 drops second day, 20 drops fourth day, 25 drops sixth day; 7, Dr. Held, took 2d cent. dil., 2 drops first, second, third, sixth, seventh, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth days; 8, Dr. Nusser, took 2d cent. dil., 10 drops first day, 3d dil. by olfaction ninth day; 9, Maria, aged forty-six, effects of a large number of pills, each containing about 1/20 grain; 10, Dr. Pemerl, took 2d. dil., 5 drops first day, 12 drops second day, 18 drops third day, 25 drops fourth day, 30 drops fifth day, 36 drops eighth day, 30 drops tenth day; 11, Cloquet, from Buchner, effects of repeated immersion of hands in a concentrated solution, while preparing anatomical specimens; 12, Baccius, Prolog. ad lib. de Venen. et Antidotis, Rome, 1506, p. 21 (from Buchner), effects in an infant; 13, Magneti, Bibl. Med.-Pract., 1739 (from Buchner), a child, a year and a half old, took 8 grains; 14, Houlston, poisoning of a woman by a solution, Med. and Phil. Comm., 1779, vol. 6, p. 327; 15, Dumonceau et Planchon, effects of a large quantity in a man, Journ. de Méd., 1778 (Frank's Mag., 1, 774); 16, Plenck, Toxicol., 1785, p. 263 (from Buchner), effects of clyster containing Merc. corr., in a old woman; 17, Degner, Act. Nat. Cur., vol. vi, appendix, 1742 (from Buchner), effects of ointment containing Merc. corr., to an induration on leg, in a woman, aged forty-seven; 18, Wedel, Diss. de Merc. dul., p. 22 (from Buchner), effects of 10 grains, in a child, aged two years; 19, Dr. Henry, Edin. Med. and Surg. Journ. 1811, p. 150, took nearly 1 ounce, in hot water; 20, Robertson, Edin. M. and S. Journ, 1812, vol. 8, p. 195, effects of using a solution of 4 grains to an ounce, on an eruption, which began to disappear the fifth day; 21, a girl took 1 drachm in beer, Fothergill's Journ., 1819 (from Buchner); 22, Anderson, effects of application of a solution of 30 grains to an ounce, for rheumatism in arm, Edin. M. and S. J., 1811; 23, Thomas, a woman (a month after parturition) drank a solution of 30 grains to an ounce, that had been prescribed for an eruption, Edin. M. and S. J., vol. 16, p. 510, 1820; 24, Ward, effects of rubbing whole body with an ointment, containing 1 ounce of M. corr., in a man, suffering from the itch, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1829; 24a, same, effects of same, in a brother; 25, Westrumb, a man took nearly 3 drachms dissolved in water, Rust's Mag., 1834 (Frank's Mag., 1, 573); 26, Lowenhardt, a man took nearly an ounce, Med. Zeit. f. Heilk., Preussen, 1839, No. 7 (from Buchner); 27, Alex. Wood, a man took half a teaspoonful in some whisky, Edin, M. and S. J., 51, 114, 1839; 28, Blacklock, a man took upwards of a drachm dissolved in water, Edin, M. and S. J. 36, p. 92, 1831; 29, omitted; 30, Stringham, effects of 6 grains in four dose, in a man, with gonorrhoea, Med. and Phys. J., 10, 283; 31, Budd, effects of 1 ounce in a woman, Med. and Phys. J., 18, 347; 32, Evans, effects of 1/2 a drachm in a man, Med. and Phys. J., 3, 535; 33, Kimball, effects of about 3 grs., applied to herpes of scalp, in a girl, aged twelve years, Bost. M. and S. J., 4, 220; 34, Meeker, effects of plaster containing about 100 grains, applied to a scirrhous tumor of mamma, Bost. M. and S. J., 39, 18; 35, Masselot, effects of two doses, each of 3/16 grain, Hempel's Mat. Med.; 35a, same, repeated; 36, Devergie, effects of an indefinite quantity in a woman, from Hempel; 37, Orfila, effects of a large quantity on a man, Toxicologie; 38, Trousseau and Pidoux, effects of baths of Corros, subl.; 39, omitted; 40, Provin. Med. J., 1843 (from Buchner), effects of parts of a powder containing 1/2 a drachm, in a woman; 41, Buchner, effects of pills containing Corros. subl., taken for neuralgia, in a man, A. H. Z., 28, 155; 42, Frisselle, a woman, aged twenty-six, took 1 drachm in a solution, Bost. M. and S. J., 41, 279, 1849; 43, Guy's Hosp. Rep., N. S., 5, a man took about 1 drachm; 43a, same, a young woman swallowed a little of a solution (indefinite); 43b, same, similar to last dose, fatal; 44, Vautier, Gaz. Méd. de Paris, 1842 (S. J., 39, 22), effects of about 2 grains; 45, Andrew, effects of about 40 grains, in whisky, L. and Ed. Med. J., Feb. 1845; 46, Watson effects of about a drachm, in a man, L. and E. M. J., May, 1844; 47, Percy, effects of 30 grains, in a girl, aged seventeen, Lond. Med. Gaz., March, 1843; 48, Gaz. des Hôp., 1844, effects of application of a solution of thighs and scrotum; 49, Laduit de la Charriere, effects of 10 grammes, in a woman, aged twenty-one from Tardieu sur l'Empoison, p. 695; 50, Ollivier, effects of about 1.1 gramme, in a woman, aged sixty-two, from Tardieu; 51, Vigla, effects of 3 or 4 gramme, in a man, Gaz. des Hôp., 1859; 52, Prael, effects of an indefinite quantity in an epileptic, Ammons monats., S. J., 31, 33; 53, Deutsch, effects of application of a solution of 6 grains to 6 ounces of water, to an eruption, in a boy, Preus. Ver. Zeit., 1851 (S. J., 72, 31); 54, same, effects of a both of Corros. subl., for an eruption, in a girl, aged fourteen, S. J. 90, 295; 55, omitted; 56, Butcher, effects of a vaginal injection of more than, 1/3 of a solution of a drachm of Corros, subl., in lime-water, in a woman, aged twenty-five, Dublin Quar. J. of Med. Sci., 1856, vol. 21, p. 242; 57, Thomson, effects of 2 drachms, in a man, Lond. and Ed. Med. J., 13, 582; 58, McCready, effects of about 22 grains, in a young woman, N. Y. J. of Med., 1850; 59, Williams, effects of about 30 grains, in a man, Am. J. of Med. Sc., 1851, vol. 21, p. 79; 60, Coale, effects of part of 10 grains, in a man, Am. J. Med. Sc., Jan. 1851; 61, Roberts, effects of 1/2 a drachm in 1/2 an ounce of mur. tinct. of iron. Med. Times and Gaz., 1859, p. 210; 62, Auer, effects of half a spoonful of a solution of 10 grains in an ounce of water, taken for pain in stomach, Bavar. Intell., 131 (S. J., 109, 291); 63, Haight, took a spoonful of a strong solution, U. S. J. of Hom., 1, p. 7; 64, Robinson, proving in a young woman, of 200th dil. in water, a teaspoonful every third morning, Br. J. of Hom., 25, 324; 64a, same, in another case; 65, Ord, effects in a man, from tasting it, Am. J. of Med. Sc. Jl., 1861; 66, Cabot, fatal effects in a woman, aged twenty-five, Bost. M. and S. J., 65, 218; 67, De Ricci, effects on two boys, of application of ointment containing 2 drachms, for porrigo, Bost. M. and S. J., 51, 249, from Dubl. Q. Journ.; 68, Skegg, effects of a 1/4 of an ounce, in a man, Lancet, Feb. 1862; 69, Garnsey, effects of a small dose of 1st dec. trit., for sore throat, Am. Hom. Obs., 1868, p. 470; 70, Anderseck and Hamberger; effects of an ointment of Corros. subl., in two girls, for an eruption, Vjs. f. ger. Med. (Syd. Soc. Yr. Book, 1864, p. 431); 71, Coghlan, effects of 12 grains in whisky, in a stout healthy lad, for gonorrhoea, Med. Times and Gaz., 1860, p. 162; 72, Taylor, effects of 2 drachms, in a man, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1844, p. 24; 73, Lucas, effects of a quantity in vinegar, on a man, Med. Times and Gaz., Sept. 1871; 74, Eade, effects of a "small lump," which remained an hour in the stomach, and was then ejected by vomiting, Lancet, Feb. 1870; 75, Brewer, effects of a strong solution, in a woman, aged twenty, Med. Invest., 7, 160; 76, Berridge, effect of 1600th dil. (Fincke), two doses, Am. J. H. M. M., 8, p. 126; 77, Anderson, effects of 1 drachm, in a girl, aged twenty-eight, Ed. M. and S. J., 14, p. 474; 78, Ogston, effects of 2 drachms, in a man; 79, Taylor, effects of 5 to 10 grains, in vinegar, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1864; 80, Hort effects of a solution (indefinite), in man, from Tardieu; 81, Lorenzo Rota, effects of an indefinite amount in a man, Italian Med. Gaz., 1851 (S. J., 74, p. 167); 82 to 85, Valentine, a woman administered to self and children large doses; 82, girl, aged three; 83, boy, aged eleven; 84, the mother; 85, boy, aged eight; 86, girl, aged fourteen, Edin. M. and S. J., 1818, vol, 14, p. 468.

Ox-ac > appendix
(Nos. 1 to 11, and 14 to 16, inclusive, from Hering, Amer. Arzneipf.). 1, Koch, provings; 1a, same, subsequent proving; 2, same, proving on another; 3, same, proving on another; 4, same, proving on a woman; 5, Neidhard, proving with the 1st dec. trit.; 6, Dubbs, ibid.; 7, E. Smith, ibid.; 8, Floto, ibid.; 9, Williamson, proving with 1st dec. trit.; 10, Kitching, ibid.; 11, C. Hering, 1st dec. trit. and aqueous solution; 12, Reil, Hom. Vjs., 2, 316, proving with a solution of 50 grains to 8 ounces, dilutions made 1 to 8; took first day, 2d dil., 20 drops twice, second day 30 drops twice, and so on, increasing doses daily to 100 drops the seventh day, then took 1st dil. 20 to 100-drop doses, then began tincture thirteenth day, 15 drops, and increased doses to a dessertspoonful every two hours on eighteenth and nineteenth days; 13, same, proving, on a man, with 2d dil.; 13a, same, with concentrated sol., 7 to 90 drops, three times a day; 14, Honigberger, from Hering; 15, Pehrson, from Hering; 16, Gasewich, from Hering; 16a, Royston, London Med. Repos., 1814, vol. 1, p. 382, 1/2 ounce, in a woman, death in forty minutes; 17, Fraser, Edin. Med. and Surg. J., vol. 14, 1818, p. 607, effects of 1/2 ounce, in solution, in a man (death after two weeks); 18, Mollan, Dubl. Hosp. Rep., 1818, p. 329, effects of 2 ounces, in a woman; 19, Scott, Edin. Med. and Surg. J., 1825, vol. 24, p. 67, effects of about 2 drachms, in a girl, aged twelve; 20, Lovegrove, Lancet, 1827, 2, p. 512, effects of about an ounce, in a man; 21, St. George's Hosp. case, from Lancet, 1827, 1, 447, effects of about an ounce, in a man; 22, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1827, 1, p. 137, effects of an indefinite amount, in a girl, aged fifteen; 23, Tolefree, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., 1835, p. 158, effects of 1/4 ounce, in a woman; 24, Edward's case, in Taylor on Poisons, p. 206; 25, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1838, p. 353, effects of several drachms, in a man; 26, Semple, Lancet, 1840, 2, 187, effects of 1/4 ounce, in a girl, aged twenty-three; 27, Schreyer, Mitthl. d. Ver. f. Nat. und Heilk. (Hygeia, 9, 121), 1840, effects of, in indefinite amount, in a man; 28, Todd, Lancet, 1841, 2, 145, effect of a pennyworth, in a young woman; 29, Webber, Hufel. Journ., 1841, Hygeia, 17, 481, a girl took a solution for suicide; 30, Tapson, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1842, p. 491, effect of a pennyworth, in a woman, aged fifty; 31, Jackson, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1844, 30, p. 17, effects of 1 ounce, in a man; 32, Hazeltine, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., 31, p. 39, 1845, effects of 1/2 ounce, or more, eight days after childbirth; 33, Ogilvy, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., 1845, p. 179, effects of between 1 and 2 ounces, in a woman; 34, O'Shea, Lancet, 1845, 2, 293, effects of over 1 ounce, in a man; 35, Wady, Lancet, 1846, 2, 39, effects of 1 ounce, in a man; 36, Barham, Prov. Journ., 1847, p. 544, effects of about 1 ounce, in a woman, aged thirty-seven; 37, Cooke, effects of 1/2 ounce, in a man, Lancet, 1847, 2, p. 4; 38, Clarke, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1848, vol. 38, p. 24, a man took about 1 ounce, with senna; 39, Bashaw, Trans. Am. Med. Assoc., 1849 (from Dubl. Med. Press, 1847), effects of 1 ounce; 40, Bowne, Lancet, 1841, effects of 3 drachms, in a woman; 41, Deane, Prov. Journ., 1851, p. 344, effect of 3/4 ounce; 42, Didana, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1851, p. 532, effects of an indefinite amount, in a woman; 43, Buchner, Toxicology, effects of 1/2 ounce, in a woman; 44, Kuhn, Hom. Vjs., 2, 316, poisonous effects, in a man; 45, Hildebrand, Vjs. f. ger. Med., 3, 256, effects, taken in coffee, in a girl; 46, Wood, Month. Journ. Med. Sc., 1852, p. 227, effects of a large quantity; 47, Barker, Assoc. Med. Journ., 1855, p. 1073, effects of 1/8 ounce, in a boy of sixteen; 48, Oyez, Gaz. des Hôp., 1858, effects of 1/2 ounce, in a woman; 49, Thudichum, Med. Times and Gaz., 1860, p. 39, effects of 10 grains, taken for purpose of experiment; 49a, same, effects of 10 grains; 49b, same, repeated; 49c, same, repeated; 50, Christison, general effects; 51, Arrowsmith, from Christison; 52, Page, Lancet, 1860, p. 509, effects of 1 ounce; 53, Ikin, Lancet. 1860, effects of 1 ounce; 54, Bradley, Med. Times, 1850, vol. 22, p. 283, 2 drachms, in a man; 55, Cuff, Med. Times and Gaz., 1862, effect of an indefinite amount; 56, Woodman, Med. Times and Gaz., 1864, effects of about 1/2 ounce; 57, Ellis, Lancet, 1864, effects of 1 ounce, in a woman; 58, Beale, Lancet, 1867, a woman took 1/2 ounce; 59, Herapath, Med. Times and Gaz., 1868, effects of 3/4 ounce, in some limewater, death in a few minutes; 60, Stewart, Glasgow Med. Journ., 1870, effects, 16 1/2 grams; 61, Finnell, Med. Rec., 6, 260, effects of about 1 ounce; 62, Goodfellow, Brit. Med. Journ., 1871, a man took about a teaspoonful; 63, Starr, Phil. Med. Times, 1871, a child, aged one year, "swallowed a piece;" 64, Dougall, Glasgow Med. Journ., 1872, a boy, aged three years, took about 4 grams; 65, omitted; 66, Sharp, Essays on Med., 1874, effects of 1/10th grain; 66a, same, effects of 1/20th grain; 66b, same, effects of 1/100th grain twice; 67, Jackson, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1875, effects of 2 tablespoonfuls of a solution, death on third day; 68, Med. Times, 1841, p. 15 (Woodman and Tidy, Forensic Med. and Tox., p. 431), effects of 1/2 ounce, in a girl of seventeen, recovery; 68a, ibid., 1 ounce, in a man, death on fifth day.

Phos > appendix
(Nos. 1 to 29, from Hahnemann, Chr. Kr., 2d ed.). 1, Hahnemann; 2, Goullon; 3, Gross; 4, Hering; 4a, "Rl.;" 5, Schreter; 6, Stapf; 7, "Bds.;" 8, Hartlaub; 9, "Mbn.;" 10, "Ng.;" 11, Borchwitz; 12, Bouttaz (not accessible, -Hughes); 13, Brera, in Voigtel (effects of 1/2 to 2 grains, -Hughes); 14, Buchner, in Voigtel; 15, Conradi, in Hufel. Journ. (not found for lack of reference, -Hughes); 16, Horn's Archiv (not accessible, -Hughes); 17, Hufeland's Journ. (VII, 3, 114, statement about overaction, -Hughes); 18, Jahn, Mat. Med. (II, 203, general statement, a mere copy from Voigtel, -Hughes); 19, Kortum (Hufel. Journ., X, 2, 41, effects of 1 grain in divided doses, -Hughes); 20, Le Roi, in Bouttaz; 20a, same, in Voigtel (effects of 3 grains, -Hughes); 21, Lobstein (Réch. et Obs. sur le Phosphore, 1815, a collection ofobservations from authors, -Hughes); 22, Menz, in Bouttaz (not accessible, -Hughes); 23, Robbi (Beob. ueber der Phosph., 1818, statements and observations, -Hughes); 24, Vater, in Voigtel; 25, Voigtel, Arzneimittellehre (IV, 46, statements from authors, -Hughes); 26, Weigel, Diss. Inaug. d. Phosph. us.; 27, Weickard, in Bouttaz (in Voigtel, effects of 2 to 3 grains, -Hughes); 28, Htb. and Tr.; 29, Zisler, in Bouttaz; 30, Wm. H. Holcombe, M.D., proving of Ph., took 20 drops of tincture twice first day, three times second day, and at 9 A.M., third day; 40 drops 10 P.M., third day; 20 drops, 9 A.M., fourth day; 30drops, 10 A.M., fifth day, N. Am. J. of Hom., 1858, p. 144 (Nos. 31 to 42, provings from Dr. Sorge, "Der Phosphor," Leipzig, 1862); 31, Dr. A. L., aged forty, took 3d. dec. dil., 4 drops, first day, 6 drops second day, 8 drops third day, 10 drops fifth and eighth days, 12 drops twenty-first day, 10 drops twenty-fourth, thirtieth, and thirty-first days, 4 drops thirty-fifth day; 32, Dr. B. took 25th dil. daily, in the morning, for six days; 32a, same, took 12th dil., repeated doses; 32b, same, took 2d dil. daily for seven days, 5 to 15-drop doses; 32c, same, took subsequently the 12th dil., repeated doses, for some time; 32d, same, took 3d dil., repeated doses; 32e, same, took 3 to 6-drop doses of an alcoholic solution of P.; 33, Otto B., aged fifteen, took 3 drops of 1st dec. dil. first, second, and fourth days; 33a, same, took crude alcoholic solution of P.; 34, Otto R., aged seventeen, took 1 to 5-drop doses of 1st dil. for nearly three months, with interruptions; 34a, same, took repeated doses of 2d. dil.; 34b, same, took again 1st dil.; 34c, same, took again 2d dil.; 34d, same, took again 1st dil.; 35, G. Muller, took 1st dil. daily for four days; 36, "R.", aged twenty, took 3 to 10-drop doses of 1st dil. every morning, and after some days took 5-drop doses of 2d dil.; 36a, same, took 2-drop doses of alcoholic solution of P.; 36b, same, took 2d dil.; 37, Carl Schenk, aged twenty-seven, took one dose, 3 drops, of alcoholic solution of P.; 37a, same, took repeated doses of 1st dil.; 37b, same, took various doses of 3d dil.; 37c, same, took 2d dil.; 37d, same, took again 1st dil.; 38, Rosalie B., aged seventeen, took 3d dil. every morning; 38a, same, took 2d dil.; 39, Miss T., aged thirty-two, took 3 drops of 25th dil. daily for three days; 39a, same, subsequently took 11th dil.; 39b, same, took 2d dil., repeated doses; 40, Madame L., aged thirty-two (suffering from anteflexion uteri), took repeated doses of 2d dil.; 41, Miss S., aged twenty-three (habitually suffering for eight days before menses with restless sleep, bad dreams, and the day before with cramp in calves and in abdomen, great pain in back; usually passed first menstrual day in bed; menses last eight or nine days; evacuation of bowels difficult; stools hard), took 1st dil., beginning eight days before menses, daily for a week, 3 to 7-drop doses; 42, Dr. Sorge, took 1st dil. first, second, and fourth days; 42a, same, 1st dil. first, third, and fourth days; 42b, same, 1st dil., one dose, first and second days; 42c, same, 3d dil., one dose; 42d, same, 3d dil. first and second days; 42e, same, 2d dil. first and second days; 42f, same, 1st dil. first and third days; 42g, same, 4th dil.; 42h, same, 1st dil.; 43, E. R. Heath, took 5 drops of tincture, Am. Hom. Rev., 5, 215, 1865; 44, Robinson, provings, Br. J. of Hom., 25, p. 327, 1867, "an old male took of a solution of one globule of the 30th dil. in 8 ounces of water, a dessertspoonful every third morning;" 45, same, a young female took a globule of 1st dec. dil. four times a day for eight days; 46, same, a young female took 3d dec. dil. three times a day; 47, same, a female took 30th dil. night and morning; 48, same, H. R., took 20 to 50 drops of tincture at bedtime; 49, E. W. Berridge, M.D., N. Am. J. of Hom., 1875, p. 379, proving of Dr. David Wilson with one dose of "C.M., Fincke;" 50, Dr. H. Noah Martin's provings, Hahn. Month, 12, p. 353, Dr. Kirk's proving with amorphous Phosphorus; 51, same, Dr. Gumpert's symptoms; 52, same, Dr. Hand's symptoms; 53, Alphonse Le Roy, Mem. de Soc. Émulation, Paris, 1797 (from Sorge), provings on himself with a solution of P. in Theracium, effects of 2 to 3 grains (same as No. 20, T. F. A.); 54, Weigel, Inaug. Diss., 1797 (from Sorge), proving on himself with 1 grain dissolved in oil (same as No. 26); 55, Bouttaz (from Sorge), took of a solution of 4 grains in 4 drachms of Naphtha vitrioli, 20 drops every two hours (same as No. 12); 56, Worbe, a man, twenty-eight years old, took 1 1/2 grains in hot water, and, experiencing no effects, three days afterwards repeated the dose, death on ninth day, Mem. luc a la Soc. Méd. d'Émulat., Paris, 1825 (fromWibmer); 57, Dieffenbach, Fror. Notizen, 23, No. 493 (A. H. Z., 74, 77), an apothecary took, as an experiment, 1 grain of P., triturated with sugar, first day, 2grains second day, 3 grains third day; 58, Grobenschutz, Med. Zeit. Ver. Preuss., 1843 (Frank's Mag.), poisoning by Phosphorus paste in food; 59, Shephard, Lancet, 1843, 1, p. 435, effects of sucking matches, in a child two and a half years old (fatal); 60, Lafargue, Lond. and Edin. Med. Journ., 1843, effects of sucking matches, in a child six months old; 61, Huss, from a work on Chronic Alcoholism, effects of inhaling vapor of P. (Hempel's Mat. Med., 1, 722); 62, Strohl, Gaz. Méd. de Strassburg, 1845, effects on a workman in a match factory; 63, same, in a woman; 64, same, in a woman; 65, same, in a woman; 66, same, general effects; 67, Roussel, Mem. de la Acad. des Sc., effects on workers in match factories; 68, Belfour, Northern J. of Med., effects in workers; 69, Neumann, Preuss. Ver. Zeit., 1846 (S. J., 53, 212), effects of working four years in a match factory, in a healthy girl; 70, same, a girl, aged seventeen, worked seven years; 71, same, in a woman, aged twenty-seven, who worked two years; 72, Lorinser, S. J., 53, p. 76, effects of fumes of P. on workmen; 73, Annal. de Thérap., 1846 (A. H. Z., 33, 57), effects of fumes of P. on workmen; 74, Pluskal, Oest. Med. Woch., 1846 (Br. J. of Hom., 6, 284), effects of playing with matches a great deal, in a girl; 75, Dr. Walker, Br. J. of Hom., 4, 287, effects on a workman; 76, Bibra and Geist, Br. J. of Hom., 11, 116, observations of Gendrin on workers, mostly women; 77, same, a woman, aged thirty-four; 78, same, in a man; 79, same, in a man, after working nine months (no phthisical predisposition); 80, Sunderlin (Sorge's Mon.), took 1/4 grain in oil; 81, Bibra and Geist, Br. and For. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1848, p. 446, effects on Barbara Klein, aged twenty-two, a worker in P.; 82, Simon, Lancet, 1850, Vol. 1, p. 44, effects on a worker for twelve years; 83, Russian Med. Zeit., 1850 (S. J., 70, 97); 84, Dassier, Journ. de Toul., 1851 (S. J., 74, 168), effects of a large amount of rat poison, in a girl; 85, Boudant, Gaz. des Hôp., 1851, effects of a large amount of P. paste, in a man; 86, Bell, Pharm. Journ, 1852-3, 12, p. 517, effects on a woman, worker in match factory; 87, Weihe, S. J., 82, 87, general effects; 88, Lewinsky, Zeit. d. K. K. Gesell. d. Aerzte zu Wien, 1853, effects of P. from matches, in a girl, aged twenty-two; 89, Deitz, Wurt. Corr. Bl., Vol. 22, A. H. Z., 48, 176, effects of P. fumes; 90, Marcy, N. Am. J. of Hom., 1855, p. 94, proving by inhaling 3d dec. dil., in a woman, aged twenty-two, inhalation repeated daily for several days; 91, same, another prover by inhalation; 92, same, a third prover; 93, Cabot, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1855, p. 268, effects in a female worker in P.; 94, Campana, Journ. de Chim. Méd., 1855 (S. J., 101, 145), poisoning by matches; 95, Marchand, Gaz. des Hôp. (Bost. M. and S. J., 53, p. 323), effects of P. paste in soup, on a man, death on third day; 96, Muller, A. H. Z., 50, p. 163, effects on a woman of about 3 grains, scraped from matches; 97, Flugel, S. J., 90, 297, Vjs. f. Ger. Med., 1856, poisoning by matches; 98, Wood, N. Y. J. of Med., 1856, p. 312, worker in P.; 99, Leudet, Archives Gén. de Méd., 1857 (N. Am. J. of Hom., 7, p. 137), poisoning by matches; 100, same, in a woman; 101, Nitsche, Dubl. Hosp. Rep., 1857, from Zeit. d. K. K. Gesell. d. Aerzt. z. Wien., poisoning by matches; 102, Kraus, All. Wien. Med. Zeit., 1857 (from Sorge), poisoning by matches; 103, Elwert, A. H. Z., 53, 171, poisoning by matches; 104, Halsey, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1858, p. 357, worker in P. factory; 105, Coover, Br. Med. J., 1858, p. 846, two children poisoned by matches; 106, Tueffard, Journ. de Chim. Méd., 1859 (S. J., 104), poisoning by P.; 107, Rokitansky, Wien. Med. Zeit., 1859 (S. J., 105, 170), a girl poisoned by matches; 108, Mertens, J. de Chim. Méd., 1860 (S. J., 107, 171), effects in a man of rubbing some P. paste into a cut in the finger; 109, Kopp, All. Wien. Med. Zeit., 1859 (S. J., 105, p. 297), a girl ate six packets of matches; 110, Kaspar's Vjs. (from Sorge), poisoning of a woman by P. paste; 111, Zeidler, Annals of Berlin Charities, 1860, a woman drank an infusion of a thousand matches, repeated next morning and evening; 112, von Hauff, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1860 (S. J., 109, 41), effects in three persons of eating soup containing Phosphorus paste; each received about 3 grains of P., first case; 113, same, a boy, aged six years; 114, same, a girl, aged four; 115, Paul, Edin. Month. J., 1860, p. 388, effects in a girl, aged twenty-six, of Ph. in coffee, death on the eighth day; 116, Lilienthal, N. Am. J. of Hom., 9, 448, effects of working in a match factory; 117, Frickhoffer, Nassau Med. Jhrb., 1861, (S. J., 111, 24), poisoning by a solution of matches; 118, L'Union, 12, 201, tox. by a solution of matches; 119, Ogston, Br. and F. Med. Chir.-Rev., 1861, p. 350, tox. by scrapings of matches; 120, Cutler, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., 66, 393, a child, aged two, ate P. from ninety-two matches; 121, Paget, Med. Times and Gaz., 1862, effects on a man working in P.; 122, same, second case; 123, Lewin, a girl ate tops of a thousand matches, Med. Times and Gaz., 1862; 124, Adams, Med. Times and Gaz., 1862, a worker in P.; 125, Sorge, a woman poisoned by matches, Sorge's Monograph; 126, Wagner, Archiv de Heilk., 1862, a girl, aged thirteen, ate P. paste; 127, Gallavardin, Annals d'Hyg. Publique, 1855, poisoning of a man by P. mixed with food; 128, Hoering, Med. Corr. Bl., 1862, a woman, aged thirty-two, poisoned by one hundred matches; 129, Fritz, Archiv Gén. de Méd., 1863, a girl poisoned by paste scraped from sixty matches; 130, Fritz, Ranvier and Verliac, Treatise on P. Poisoning, Paris, 1863, poisoning by matches; 131, same, another case; 132, Bucquoy, L'Union Méd., 1863, poisoning of a woman by matches; 133, Lancereaux, L'Union Méd., 1863, poisoning of a man by matches; 134, same, poisoning of a man by P. paste; 135, same, poisoning of a girl, aged twenty-two, by matches; 136, same, a man poisoned by matches; 137, Richardson, Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1863 (from Tuengee), effects observed in nineteen cases of poisoning; 138, Karrajan, A. H. Z. Mon. Bl., 8, 29, a man took a solution in beer of eight packets of matches; 139, Fraser, Med. Times and Gaz., 1863, a woman took P. paste; 140, Guillabert, L'Art Méd., 13, 311, a girl of eighteen took a solution of matches in hot water; 141, Mannkoff, A. H. Z. Mon. Bl., 8, 16, a woman of twenty-three took an infusion in cold water of one thousand matches (10 to 12 grains of P.); 142, same, a woman took an infusion of about three thousand matches; 143, same, a man took an infusion of one thousand matches in coffee; 144, same, a woman poisoned by one thousand matches in coffee; 145, Ozanam, L'Art Méd., 19, p. 146, a woman took P. scraped from one hundred and twenty matches, death seventh day; 146, Woodman, Med. Times and Gaz., 1864, poisoning of two women by P. paste; 147, von Bunan, Vjs. f. Ger. Med., 1864, poisoning by P. in milk; 148, Levi, Gaz. Hebdom., 1864, effects of eating matches; 149, Memorabilien, 1864, p. 245, effects of eating matches; 150, Guillabert, Gaz. des Hôp., 1865, a woman poisoned by matches; 151, Ogle, Med. Times and Gaz., 1865, effects in a worker in P.; 152, Hunt, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1865, p. 353, a worker in matches; 153, Krug, Archiv de Heilk., 1865 (A. H. Z., Mon. Bl., 12, 54), a girl, aged fifteen, ate two packets of matches; 154, same, another case; 155, Meyer, Virchow's Archiv, 1865 (S. J., 136, 209), effects of eating matches; 156, Pastau, Virchow's Archiv, 1866 (A. H. Z., Mon. Bl., 13, 24), a woman took a solution of eight packets of matches in hot water; 157, Haesseler, Archiv f. Ger. Med., 1866 (S. J., 136, 209), a child poisoned by matches; 158, Blix, Gaz. Hebdom., 1866 (S. J., 136, 209), a man took Phosphorus; 159, same, a man poisoned by matches; 160, Heschel, Wien Med. Woch., 1866, poisoning by matches; 161, Habershon, Med.-Chir. Trans., 1867, a woman, aged twenty-eight, drank a solution of rat poison; 162, Hillier, ibid., a child sucked matches (about twenty-four); 163, Müller, Inaug. Diss., Berlin, 1867, poisoning of a woman, aged twenty-two; 164, same, another case, Ph. in hot coffee; 165, Pestel, L'Union Méd., 1867, a man poisoned by soup containing matches; 166, Klett, Wurt. Corr. Bl., 1868, (Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1869, p. 542), a woman, six months pregnant, ate ends of matches; she died in six hours, an hour after delivery; 167, Weihe, Inaug. Diss., Berlin, 1867, a woman poisoned by matches; 168, Rummel, H. and P. Zeit. f. Med. (S. J., 144, 31), a woman poisoned by matches; 169, Gross, Inaug. Diss., Berlin, 1867, a man poisoned by matches; 170, Maschka, Prag. Vjs., 1867 (A. H. Z. Mon. Bl., 16, 58), a girl, aged twenty, took infusion of matches in hot water; 171, Guenzler, Med. Corr. Bl., 1867, p. 68, a woman poisoned by matches; 172, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1868, p. 242, a girl of thirteen poisoned by Ph. rat poison, death on sixth day; 173, Fournier and Ollivier, L'Union Méd., 1868, No. 86, a girl, fourteen, employed four years in match factory; 174, Dujardin-Beaumetz (N. Y. Med. Journ., 1868, p. 534), effects of small doses; 175, Matthieu, Preuss. Med., 1868 (S. J., 144, 31), a man took a lot of matches; 176, Haselhorst, Inaug. Diss. Berlin, 1868, a boy of seventeen poisoned by matches; 177, Huber, Deutsch Archiv f. Klin. Med., 1868, p. 611, a man poisoned by P. paste; 178, same, a man ate food containing P. paste; 179, Concato, Rivista Clin., 1868 (S. J., 144, 31), poisoning by matches; 180, Thiersch, Archiv de Heilk., 1868 (A. H. Z. Mon. Bl., 18, 57), general P. necrosis in workers; 181, Lenftleben, Virchow's Archiv, 36, 520, poisoning by application of P. in oil to a raw surface; 182, Waterhouse, Br. Med. Journ., 1869, 2, p. 454, a girl took P. paste, recovery; 183, Kay, Lancet, 1869, 1, 836, a woman took an ounce of P. paste, death on third day; 184 to 189, Porte, Inaug. Thèse, Paris, 1869, cases of P. necrosis; 190, Schultz and Reiss, Annal. des Charite Krankenhauser, Berlin, 1869, a man poisoned by an indefinite amount; 191, same, another case; 192, same, a girl poisoned by three hundred matches; 193, same, a girl took five hundred matches; 194, same, a woman took same; 195, same, a girl took one thousand matches; 196, same, a girl took one hundred matches; 197, same, five hundred matches; 198, same, a large number of matches; 199, same, a man took one thousand matches; 200, Ebstein, Archiv de Heilk., 1869, a woman took an infusion of matches; 201, Knoevenagl, Berlin Klin. Woch., 1869, a woman took an infusion of matches; 202, Lange, Berlin Klin. Woch., 1870, a man took an infusion of matches; 203, Kohler, ibid., poisoning by two hundred matches; 204, Battmann, Archiv de Heilk., 1871, a woman took a solution of matches in wine; 205, Andant, Journ. de Thérap., 1871, matches in soup, effect on a woman; 206, same, on the son; 207, Anderson, Lancet, 1871, 2, 189, a child sucked the heads of matches; 208, Rommelaere, Traité de P. Intox., Bruxelles 1871, girl, aged seventeen, took infusion of matches in coffee, cured by turpentine; 209, same, another case, poisoned by matches, cured by turpentine; 210, Anstie, Practitioner, 1873, 11, 103, a man, subject to migraine, took three pills, each containing 1/30th grain of P., daily for about a week; 211, Wegner, Virchow's Archiv, 55 (B. J. of Hom., 31, 29), poisoning by P.; 212, same; 213, Sharp, Essays on Med., p. 720, took twice 1 drop of P., 1st cent. dil.; 214, Biermer, Corr. Bl. Schweiz., 1873, p. 269, poisoning of a woman by matches; 215, Jacobson, Deutsch Archiv f. Pr. Med., 1874, p. 467, poisoning of a woman by matches; 216, Courtenay, Med. Times and Gaz., 1876, p. 461, child poisoned by P. paste; 217, Morse, U. S. Med. Invest., 1876, p. 488, effects of inhaling the fumes of burning P.; 218, Goullon, Int. Hom. Presse, 10, 496, a man engaged in packing a large quantity of matches; 219, same, a woman poisoned by eating matches; 220, Tardieu, Empoisonnement, a girl, aged nineteen, poisoned by matches; 221, same, D'Hielly, a girl, aged twenty-three poisoned by matches; 222, same, Brullé, Thèse, Paris, 1860, a girl poisoned by matches; 223, same, a woman poisoned by matches; 224, same, a woman, two months pregnant, poisoned by matches; 225, same, Tungel's case of a woman poisoned by matches; 226, same, Tungel's case of a man poisoned by matches; 227, Breyton, Thèse, Paris, 1865, a woman poisoned by matches; 228, Gallard, Annal. d'Hyg., second ser., vol. 31, a woman poisoned by matches; 229, Piffard, Hosp. Gaz. and Archives of Clin. Surgery, 1877, p. 294, effects of tri-daily doses of 1/100th to 1/20th grain of P. given for psoriasis; 230, Boling, N. Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., 1854, experiments on a healthy negro boy with tincture, doses 1/2 drop to 500 drops (only immediate effects on pulse reported; those not showing any deviation from health are omitted, T. F. A.); 231, same, experiments on a healthy man, 10 to 200-drop doses, omitted; 232, Bemis, N. Orleans M. and S. Journ., 1867, effects of a box of rat poison, in a woman.

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(Nos. 1 to 80, from Trink's collection, Hartlaub and Trinks, Annalen der Hom. Klinik, 3, 228). 1, Caspar Schwenkfeld, Theriotrophaeum Silesiacum, Lignit, 1604, giebt die erste Nachricht von dem Vorkornum der Kriebelkrankheit; 2, Barbeck, de morbis convulsis. Duisb., 1763, 4; 3, Perrault, Lettre de Dodart in Journ. des Savans, ann. 1676, T. IV, p. 79; 4, Thulier, in Journ. des Savans, ann. 1676, T. IV, p. 79; 5, May, Bericht, wie die sich ereigwende Grimmund Krampfsucht zu kuriren. Kassel, 1683, 4; 6, Fr. Hoffman, med. rat. system, T. II, p. 300; 7, Geoffroy, Tractatus de Mater. med. Venet., 1665, T. II, p. 2; 8, Wepfer, Eph. Nat. Cur. Dec., III, Ann. II, p. 300; 9, J. Scheuchzer, Miscell. Lips, T. V; 10, J. H. Hoffmayer, Sendschreiben von der bisher an vielen Personen in seiner Gegend gefundenen Kiebelkrankheit, krummen, oder schweren Nothkrankheit, deren Ursachen und Heilmitteln, Berlin, 1702, 8; 11, Mémoires de l'Académie de Paris, 1710; 12, Lang, descriptio morborum ex clavorum secalinorum usu, etc., Lucern, 1717, 8; 13, W. H. Waldschmidt, de morbo epidemico, per Holsatium grassante, Kilon, 1717, 8; 14, Haberkorn, unvorgreifliche Gedanken von der Ziehe--oder Nervenkrankheit, welche durch das inficirte Korn in Sachsen und der Lansitz eingerissen, Budissin, 1717, 8; 15, G. Budaei., consilium medicum von d Krampfkrankheit, Budissin, 1717, 8; 16, G. W. Wedel, de morbo spasmod. epidem. maligno in Saxonia, Lusatia, etc., Jenae, 1717, 4; 17, J. D. Longolii, judicum medicum de corruptione lymphae per frumentum corruptum, oder medic. Gedanken von der Kronstaupe, welche ann., 1716-17, an verschiedenen Orten in Sachsen unter dem Titel des Reissens und der Ziehkrankheit, etc., bekannt. S. k., 1717, 8; 18, C. G. Wilisch, Bericht von der Krampfsucht, oder spasmod. Krankheit, so an verscheid. Orten im vergang. Jahre sich ereignet., Pirna, 1718; 19, Breslauer Sammlung von Natur-, Medicin-, Kunst- und Literatur-geschichte, I, II, Vers., 1718; 20, G. Schober, epitome diss. med. de sem. loliac. et secalis nigri corrupt., cum farina commixt. et alimenti loco assumtis varios morb. epid. ann. 1722, etc., producent. in Act. Cand. Lips., 1723; 21, C. Vater, observationes selectae de morbo spasmod. popillari Silesiaco. Viteberg. 1723; 22, Noel, in Histoire de l'Acad. des Scienc. ann. 1710, page 80; 23, Fontenelle, in Histoire de l'Acad. des Scienc. ann. 1710, p. 81; 24, H. Ludolf, diss. sistens casum novi morbi spasm. convuls. vulgo dicti Steifenfuss, steife Krankheit, Krampfsucht, ziehende Seuche, Grübelkrankheit, Erford, 1727, 4; 25, ---, diss. de affectu spasm. vago maligno epidem. vernac. Grübelkrankheit, Erford, 1756, 4; 26, F. E. Brüchmann, relatio de clavis secal. morbor. inde exort. epidem., quem die Kriebelkrankheit vocant, etc., in Comment. lit. Novimb., 1734, heb. VII, Nr. III; 27, C. A. Bergen, dissert. de morbo epidem. convulsivo, contagii experte. Francofurt. ad Viadr., 1742, 4, auch in Haller, Samml. prakt. Streitschriften, B. I, p. 87; 28, Rosén a Rosenstein, diss. de morbo spasmod. convulsivo epidem. Goth, 1749, 4; 29, Cothenius, Nachricht von der Schädlickheit des Mutterkornes in Schreber's Samml. verschied. Schriften. halle, 1756, 8, Th. II, p. 413; 30, P. J. Bergic, diss. de epilepsia acuta epidemica, Holm, 1756, Mater. Med. e regno veget. T. I., p. 49, Obs. VI; 31, Tissot, epistola ad D. G. Baker, de morbis ex usu secalis cornuti, data Lausannae, 1764, anmehren Orten in's Deutsche uebersetzt; 32, Müller, in Act. med. Berol. Dec., II, vol. vi, p. 50; 33, Burkhardt, in Satyr. med. Siles. Spec., III, Obs. IV; 34, Ant. Scrinc, in Satyr. med. Siles. Spec., IV, Obs. V, p. 35; 35, Salerne, Mémoire sur les maladies que cause le seigle ergoté in d. Mém. de Math. et de Phys. de l'Acad., T. II, p. 155; 36, Dodart, im Journal des Savans, 1769, ch. 16, Mars.; 37, Linné, Diss. de Raphania, Upsal., 1763, 4; 38, Sauvages, Nosol. Method. Amstelod., 1763, T. III, P. I, p. 547; 39, Th. Aug. Schleger, Versuche mit d. Mutterkorne, Cassel, 1770, 4; 40, M. Vetillart, Mémoire sur une espèce de poison sous le nom d'argot, seigle, ergotés, blé cornu, mane, etc., Tours, 1778; 41, Du Bourrix, Mémoire sur la nature et les effets du seigle ergoté, pour servis de réfutation au mémoire de M. Schleger, Paris, 1771; 42, Wichmann, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Kriebelkrankheit im J., 1770, Leipz. u. Zelle, 1771, 8; 43, Vogel, Schutzschrift für das Mutterkorn, als einer angelblichen Ursache der Kriebelkrankheit, Götting., 1771, 8; 44, Leidenfrost, diss. de morbo convuls. epidem. Germanorem, caritatis annonae comite, vulgo; die Kriebelkrankheit, Duisburg, 1771, 4, und in Baldinger's Magazin, 1776, St. IV; 45, L. E. Eschenbach, Bedenken vor der Schädlichkeit des Mutterkornes, Rostock, 1771, 8; 46, Baldinger, Programma ad diss. de metastasi in morbis, praefatio docet, secale cornutum perperama nonnullis ab infamia liberari, Jenae, 1771, 4; 47, Taube, Geschichte der Kriebelkrankheit, besonders derjenigen, welche in d. Jahren, 1770, u. 71, in den Zellischen Gegenden gewüthet hat. Gott., 1782, 8; 48, Marcard, von einer der Kriebelkrankheit ahnlichen Krampfsucht, die in Stade beobachtet ist., Hamburg, 1772, 8; 49, Focken, Versuche, Beobachtungen, Erfahrungen und Kurarten in d. sogenannten Kriebelsucht, Zelle, 1771, 8; 50, C. L. Nebel, diss. de Secale cornuto, ejusque noxa, experientia atque experimentis chemic. nixa., Giess, 1771, 4; 51, Ejusdem Progr. quo diss. suam de Secali cornuto a noxiis ac temerariis et contumeliosis objectionibus Schlegeri vindicat, Giess, 1772, 4; 52, B. W. Roeder, gründliche Abhandlung von der in Deutschland hin und wieder grassirenden Seuche, die Kriebelkrankheit oder Krampfsucht genannt, worin deren Beschaffenheit, Ursachen, Vorbauung und Heilung beschrieben, Frankf. und Leipzig, 1772, 8; 53, J. L. Herrmann, Abhandl. u. gegründ. Wahrnehm. von der Kriebelkrankheit, so in Niederschlesien, 1771, u. 72, epidem. grassirt hat, Kassel, 1774, 8; 54, Read, Traité sur le seigle ergoté, Strasbourg, 1771, 12; 55, Tessier, Traité de maladies des grains, Paris, 1783, 8; 56, ---, Mémoire sur les observat. faites en Sologne en 1772, in Mém. de la soc. roy. de Méd., A. 1776, p. 417; 57, Sangiorgio, diss. sur la gramigna che nella Lombardo infesta la segala, Milan, 1772; 58, C. L. E. Hartmann, Berichte und Bedenken, die Kriebelkrankheit betreffend, etc., Kopenhag., 1772; 59, Berichte und Bedenken, welche von den schleswigholstein, Physicis and d. kön. d. Kammer zu Kopenhagen sind gesandt worden, nebst d. Respons. des k. Coll. med., und ein Unterricht für d. Landvolk, Kopenhag., 1774, 8; 60, G. M. Brawe, Beiträge zur Geschichte der Kriebelkrankheit im Jahre 1771, Bremen, 1772; 61, Dreyssig, Handbuch d. med. Diagnost. Bd., 2; 62, Haase, Handbuch der chron. Krankheiten, T. II; 63, Jahn, Klinik d. chron. Krankheiten, T. I, p. 253; 64, Richter, Spec. Therap., T. IV; 65, Haller, Mat. med, übers. von Vicat. T. II; 66, Spielmann, Institut. mat. med.; 67, Keyl, Diss. de Secali corn. ejusque vi in corp. human. salubri et noxia, Berolin, 1823, 8; 68, C. Knape, über die zweckmäss. Schutzmittel gegen d. nachtheil. Wirk. des Mutterkornes, in Hecker's Jahrb. d. St. A. I. B. 2, Th. p. 240; 69, J. C. Lorinser, Versuche u. Beobacht. üb. die Wirk. des Mutterkornes auf d. menschl. u. thier. Körper, Berlin, 1824, 8; 70, Henning; 71, Waghas; 72, Nolten; 73, Class; 74, Evers Taube; 75, OEltze; 76, Osswald; 77, Roemhild bei Lorinser; 78, Cordier bei Froriep; 79, Uensler; 80, Acta Eruditor; 81, Bigelow, N. E. Med. J., 1816, p. 162, effects in seven cases, from doses of over a scruple; 82, Wessener, Hufel. J., 1817, effects of eating rye bread poisoned with it; 83, Villeneuve, A. H. Z., 1, 131, Histoire sur Secale Cornut., Paris, 1827, general effects; 84, Hartmann, A. H. Z., 1, 27, symptoms; 85, Perrotton, Hirschel's Archiv, 1, 156, effects of large doses, in labor; 86, Puchstein, Hirschel's Archiv, 1, 235, effects of "ergot bread;" 87, same, in a man; 88, Lorenz, A. H. Z., 1, 131, general effects; 89, Wagner, A. H. Z., 1, 129, from Hufel. J., 1832, epidemic poisoning; 90, Swett, Bost. M. and S. J., 1834, p. 420, general effects; 91, Munsell, Lond. Med. Gaz., 14, 605, a woman in fourth month of pregnancy took a drachm; 92, same, another woman took a drachm in two doses; 93, same, a woman in labor took 2 drachms in two doses; 94, Hooker, Bost. M. and S. J., 10, 299, a man took 1/2 drachm of the light oil at 2 P.M., and 1 drachm at 3 and 4 P.M., also another man experienced the same effects from 40 minims; 95, same cases, the symptoms that continued apparent for a week; 96, same, a man took 14 ounces of infusion, and another man 8 ounces within two hours; 97, Hulse, N. A. Archives of Med. and Surg. Sc., 1835, p. 81, a woman, just delivered, suffering from haemorrhage, took 12 ounces of infusion in doses, every half hour; 98, Jacoby, Archiv. de Méd. Strasbourg, 1835, effects of drachm doses of powder during pregnancy; 99, Thompson, Lancet, 1836-7, p. 854, effects; 100, Schramm, Berlin Kl. Wach., 1837, p. 378 (from Helbig Heraclides, 1, 56); 101, Roullin, Froriep, Notizen, 1829 (from Helbig); 102, Jansen, Rust's Mag., 1829 (ibid.); 103, Cottmann, Am. Med. Intell., 3, 329, experiments on healthy lunatics, with scruple and 1/2-drachm doses; 104, Beckwith, Am. Med. Intell., 3, 213, a woman in labor took 30 grains; 105, Allier, Bull. de Thérap. (Am. J. of Med. Sc., 25, 210), effects in cases suffering from paralysis of the bladder; 106, Ann. de Méd., 1, 839, effects in a healthy man, of 24 grains; 107, Chavasse, Transact. Prov. M. and S. Assoc., 4, injurious effects; 108, De Gravina, Annali Univers di Med., 1839 (Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1840), the author took 24 grains; 109, Jablanczy, A. H. Z., 30, 295, provings on self, with a dose of 50 drops of tincture; 110, same, on Mr. Matzeka; 111, Maisonneuve, Gaz. des Hôp., 18, 711; 112, Barbier, Recherches sur Secale (A. H. Z., 20, 143), a person took several drachms; 113, Wright, Edin. M. and S. J., 1840, p. 9, effects of a dose of 2 1/2 drachms; 114, same, a woman, flooding, took 1/2 drachm three times a day for a fortnight, then 1 drachm four or five times a day for five days; 115, same, a woman in labor, took an infusion of 2 drachms; 116, Holt, Lancet, 1842-3, 1, 712, effects on infant, when administered to mother during labor; 117, Cotlet, Edin. M. and S. J., 1842, 1, 83, effects of 1/2 drachm, repeated in twenty minutes, in a woman in labor; 118, Med. Times, 1843, 419, effects of 3 drachms, in a woman with cancer of neck of uterus; 119, Bost. M. and S. J., 1843, 168, from Gaz. des Hôp. dysentery in twenty-seven persons, caused by eating diseased rye; 120, Gibbon, Am. J. of Med. Sc., 33, p. 244, 1844, a healthy man took 16 grains of powder in a decoction; 120a, same, took a scruple in a decoction; 120b, same, 1 drachm; 121, Gibbons, took aq. ext., 10 grains; 121a, same, took 30 drops of the ethereal oil; 122, Parola, Gaz. Med., 1844, No. 19, effects of 30 grains (symptoms after two hours); 123, same, experiment on self with 20 grains; 124, Patze, Med. Zeit. Preuss., 1844 (Br. J. of Hom., 3), effects of a drachm of powder; 125, Pardu, Annali Univers di Med., 1844, effects of 30 grains, in a man suffering from a trifling disorder; 125a, same, repeated with same and additional symptoms; 126, same, another in health took 20 grains of powder; 126a, same, took 30 grains, after a hearty meal; 127, Med. Zeit. Preuss., 1845, a man took a drachm of powder; 127a, same, repeated; 127b, same, 2 drachms; 128, same, another man took a drachm; 128a, same, repeated; 128b, same, took 2 drachms; 129, Ker, Br. J. of Hom., 8, 462, effects; 130, Arnal, Mem. Royal. Acad. de Méd., 1849, experiment on self, took 1 1/2 drachms of powder, kept quiet, and counted his pulse every fifteen minutes; 130a, same, another experiment; 131, Nuttal, Med. Times, vol. 16, p. 391, effects of eating poisoned bread; 132, OEst. Med. Woch., 1847, No. 42, effects of poisoned bread; 133, Bonjean, Lancet, 1845, 1, 701, a family poisoned by bread; 134, Pratschke, Casp. Woch. (Lond. Med. Gaz., 1850, p. 579), poisoning of a woman by bread; 135, same, a girl aged eighteen; 136, same, a girl aged seven; 137, same, child aged four; 138, Ungefug and Strahler, Zeit. Verein OEst., 2, 252, ergotismus, in a boy; 139, same, in a man; 140, Huss-busch, Frank's Mag., 4, 687, cases of ergotismus; 141, same, effects of a teaspoonful taken to produce abortion; 142, Hussa, Vjs. Prag., 1856 (A. H. Z., 52, 167), poisoning of three persons by flour, one sixth ergot; 143, same, in a boy; 144, same, in a girl; 145, Heusinger, Deutsch Klin., 1856, epidemic ergotismus; 146, Zabari, OEst. Zeit. f. ver. AErzte, 1, 117, effects of poisonous bread, in a child; 147, same, in a woman; 148, Dietz, Zeit. f. ver. AErtze OEst., 2, 252, effects of 2 drachms; 149, Channing, Bost. M. and S. J., 1859, p. 138, effects of quarter of a pound, in a pregnant woman; 150, Meyer, Wien Wochbl., 1861, epidemic of ergotismus; 151, Neubert, Journ. of Pharmacod., 2, 4, a woman poisoned; 152, Ricker, Nass. Med. Jahrb., 15, 748, a family poisoned by bread; 153, Casp. Vjs., 20, 1862, effects of large doses, in a woman; 154, Poyet, Annal. de Soc. de Méd. de St. Étienne et de la Loire, 1863, effects of ergoted bread; 155, Hill, Trans. N. Y. Hom. Med. Soc., 2, 214, effects of 1/2 an ounce of powder, in a woman suffering from continued menstruation, death on eleventh day; 156, same, from N. O. Journ. of Med., a woman six months pregnant took powder of ergot, 40 grains every half hour, for about two hours; 156a, same case, two days later, took 3/4 of an ounce in six hours; 157, Stephens, Brit. Med. Journ., 1864, p. 503, fatal effects of tincture, taken to produce abortion; 158 and 159, omitted; 160, Flinzer, Vjs. f. ger. Med., 8 (1869), a boy poisoned by bread; 161, same, another boy; 162, a girl, aged sixteen; 163, same, a woman; 164, same, a girl, aged twenty-two; 165, Possart, Am. Obs., 6, 21, effects of poisonous doses; 166, Dr. G. S. Oldright, Canada Med. Journ., 6, 404, effects of ergot administered three days after delivery for slight flooding; 167, Nicol, Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1872, 2, 203, effects of drachm and 1/2-drachm doses of fluid extract; 168, Heuschel, Med. Rec., 9, 471, an infant, born about the eighth month, received by mistake, 30 drops of Squibb's fluid extract; 169, Wernich, Einige Versuche ueber das Mutterkorn, Berlin, 1874, effects of a large amount, in a woman three months pregnant; 170, Smith. Pharm J., 1874, p. 622, effects of 3 to 7-grain doses.

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(1 to 30, from Hahnemann, R. A. M. L.) 1, Hahnemann; 2, Fr. Hahnemann; 3, Franz; 4, Michler; 5, Alberti, Jurisp. Med. 1, p. 206 (vol. 2, "effects of eating seeds," -Hughes); 6, Brera, Harles in Bemerk, üb. d. Behandl. d. Hundswuth, Frft. A.M., 1809, 4 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 7, Büchner, Bresl. Samml., 1727 ("not found in volume mentioned," -Hughes); B. Busch (see No. 33, T. F. A.); 8, Commentarii de rebus in med. et sc. nat. gestis, vol. 2, p. 241 ("not found in volume mentioned," -Hughes); 9, Cph. a Costa, in Schenk, lib. 7, Obs. 139, p. 851 ("as Alberti," -Hughes); 10, D. Crüger, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec. III, Ann. 2, Obs. 68 ("from the fruit," -Hughes); 11, Döderlin, Comm. lit. Nor., 1744, p. 15 ("from cooked plant," -Hughes); 12, Van Ems, in H. Boerhaave praelect. de morb. nerv., 1, p. 237 ("nothing about Stramonium here," -Hughes); 13, Garcias ab Horta, de Plantis, cap. 24 ("Lib. II, statement," -Hughes); 14, Gardane, Gaz. de Santé, 1773, p. 143 ("effects when given in mania," -Hughes); 15, Greding, in Ludw. Advers., 1, p. 285 ("symptoms occurring in patients taking the extract, I-XVIII maniacs and melancholics, XIX-XXXV epileptics, XXXVI-XLVI epileptic maniacs"); 16, J. C. Grimm, Eph. Nat. Cur. cent IX, Obs. 94 ("observation," -Hughes); 17, Heim, Selle's neuen Beiträgen z. Nat. u. Arzn., 2, p. 126 ("from seeds in a child," -Hughes); 18, Kaaw Boerhaave, Impet. fac. Hipp. L. B., 1745, p. 282 ("as Du Guid," -Hughes); , T. F. A. 19, Kellner, Bresl. Samml., 1729 ("as Büchner," -Hughes); 20, Kramer, Comm. lit. Nor., 1733, p. 251 ("p. 252, observation," -Hughes); 21, M., Baldinger's neuen Magaz. B. I., p. 35 ("as Heim," -Hughes); 22, J. L. Odhelius, Mem. sur l'us. du Stramonium, par. 4, 1773 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 23, Pfennig, Hufel. Journ. XIV, 1, p. 158 (vol. 19; "as Johnson," -Hughes); , T. F. A. 24, Ray, histor. plantar, tom. 1 ("from root," -Hughes); 25, Sauvages, Nosolog. 2, s. 242 ("observation," -Hughes); 26, Sauvages, Epist. ad Haller, 3 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 27, Schroer, Hufel. Journ. 11, p. 195 ("as Heim," -Hughes); 28, Unzer, Med. Handbuch, 2, s. 28 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 29, Vicat. plant, venen. de la Swisse, p. 248 ("observations of poisoning," -Hughes); 30, A. F. Wedenberg, Diss. de Stramonii usu in morbis convulsis, Ups., 1773, 4 ("statement," -Hughes), (31 to 40, quoted by Hahnemann, not taken from Hahnemann, but from the original, by me, for this work, T. F. A.); 31, Du Guid, Journ. Med., 1757 (Frank's Mag. 1), a man, aet. 68 years, ate the seeds cooked in milk; 32, Dr. Storck, Med. Museum, 1763, p. 450, effects on the author from working over the plant, and sleeping in the same room, with closed windows; 33, Benj. Rush, M.D., Trans. of Am. Phil. Soc. Philad., 1769, p. 384; a child aet. between 3 and 4 years swallowed over 100 dried seeds; 34, Dr. Abraham Swaine, Essays and Obs., Edinb., 1770, p. 272, Robert Bulmer, aet. 69 years, boiled three thorn-apples in a pint of milk, and drank the decoction; 35, Prof. Lobstein, Diss. de Veg. Venen. Alsatiae, Strasburg, 1776 (Med. Facts and Obs., Lond., 1794), two children, aet. 6 and 9 years were poisoned by the seeds; 36, James Johnson, Med. Facts and Obs., Lond., 1794, p. 78, Miss S., aet. 20 years, swallowed some seeds; 37, Thos. Fowler, Med. and Phil. Comment., 1797, p. 161, a girl, aet. 6 years, ate three-quarters of the seeds of a ripe thorn-apple; 37a, same, Grizzle Bruce, aet. 9 years, swallowed a fourth part of the seeds of a thorn-apple; 38, Dr. Alex. King, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1799, p. 278, effects of the extract in small doses; 39, same, effects in large doses; 40, Benj. De Witt, M.D., Med. Repos., 1805, p. 27, a girl, aet. 2 years, ate some seeds; 41, same, a young woman took a decoction of more than a tablespoonful of the dried seeds. (42 to 72, from Hering); 42, Kurzak; 43, Wendt; 44, Thompson, a child, aet. 2 years, ate the seeds, and died in twenty-four hours; 45, Brandt Ratzeburg, p. 180, effects of inhaling odor of fresh leaves; 46, Traill, effects of extract; 47, Duffee; 48, omitted; 49, Newbeck; 50, Wiggers; 51, Harder; 52, Murray, App. Medic. 1, 907; 53, Cammerer in Bishop, Mat. Med., p. 238; 54, Helbig, effects on a young married woman, without children; 55, Meyerstein, decoction of seed, in milk; 56, Brande; 57, Richter; 58, Mich. Doering, on use of Opium, Jena, 1620, 12, p. 77; 59, Gross, C. M. M.; 60, Ruseberg, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 61, N. N.; 62, Taylor; 63, omitted; 64, C. Hg., a case of poisoning; 65, Waitz gavan remedies, Datura Tatula; 66, Wm. Williamson, a case of poisoning; 67, Zumbrock, a case of poisoning; 68, Nouveau Journ. de Méd.; 69, Casper; 70, Med. Gaz., 8, 605, a woman, aet. 36 years, took an infusion; 71, Amelung; 72, omitted; 73, Ernest, in Museum der Heilk., 1792 (Helbig's Heraclides, vol. 1, pr. 1, p. 61), poisoning; 74, Moses Bartram, M.D., Trans. Coll. Phys., Phil., 1793, p. 198, a child swallowed some seeds; 75, Dr. De Witt, Med. and Phys. Journ., vol. 1, 1799, p. 84, effects of the seed; 76, Dr. Samuel Brown, Med. Repos., vol. 5, 1802, p. 36, a child, aet. 2 years, ate the seeds; 77, Puihn, Mat. Ven. Reg. Veg. (Helbig's Heraclides, vol. 1, pr. 1, p. 61), poisoning of children; 78, Hamilton, Aromat. Hist., vol. 1, pr. 2, chap. 24 (Wibmer), general effects of poisoning; 79, Seiler, Horn's Archiv., vol. 27, 1815, Frank's Mag., 2, 230, a boy, aet. 5 1/2 years, ate some seeds; 80, Thos. Young, M.D., Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 15, 1819, p. 154, a boy ate a whole thorn-apple; 81, Benj. Granger, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 16, 1820, p. 155, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, ate some thorn-apples, death in twenty-one hours; 82, Vady, Journ. Complement., vol. 11, p. 176, 1821 (Wibmer); 83, Williamson, New Eng. Journ. of Med., vol. 12, 1823, p. 253, T. B., aet. 27 years, took half a gill of the tincture; 84, Dr. Kunze, Rust's Mag., vol. 17, 1824 (Frank's Mag., 1), a child ate the seeds; 85, Heun, Rust's Mag., 17, 1824 (Frank's Mag., vol. 1), a woman suffering from pain in the side took Stramonium, cooked in water; 86, Rust's Mag., 16, the leaves were eaten by four persons; 87, Velsen, Rust's Mag., 18, p. 124 (Wibmer); 88, Med.-Chir. Rev., New Eng. Med. Journ., vol. 14, 1825, p. 375, a suppository containing 1/3 gr. of extract was introduced into the rectum; 89, Orfila, Med.-Chir. Zeit., 26, p. 355, 1825 (Hartlaub and Trinks, vol. 1); 90, Dr. Greuling, Rust's Mag., 18, 1825, a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 91, Chas. D. Meigs, M.D., N. A. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1827, p. 33, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, ate an unknown quantity of seeds; 92, Truman Abell, Am. Med. Rec., 1828, p. 203, the author, while preparing an extract of the leaves, kept his right hand and wrist soaked in the narcotic juice; 93, Dr. Amelung, Hufeland's Journ., 1828 (Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. 6, 1830, p. 235, effects of the internal administration; 94, R. E. Griffith, M.D., Am. Journ. Med. Sci., vol. 5, p. 251, Chas. Lambert, aet. 3 years, ate a few seeds; 95, James Marsh, Lancet, 1830-1, p. 560, a woman, aet. 36 years, swallowed a teacupful of the infusion; 96, Bechhaus, Hufeland's Journ., 1832 (Frank's Mag., 2, p. 870), a young woman took two cups of infusion of the seeds; 97, W., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 9, 1833, p. 10, Mrs. S. R. drank some herb tea, made partly of the leaves of Stramonium; 98, same, Miss E. F. drank tea made of the leaves; 99, same, Mrs. W., aet. 40 years, took for piles an injection of an infusion of the leaves; 100, Rohrer, Oest. Med. Jahr., vol. 7, 1834 (A. H. Z., 7, p. 261), two children ate the seeds and ripe capsules; first child aet. 5 years; 101, same, second case of a girl, aet. 6 years; 102, E. W. Duffin, Lond. Med. Gaz., vol. 15, 1834-5, p. 194, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, swallowed over 100 seeds weighing about 16 grs., death in twenty-four hours; 103, Dr. Schulze, Casper's Woch., 1834 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 282), a man and woman took the seeds in beer, for pain in the side; 104, Dr. Barton, Lond. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 8, 1835, p. 704, two soldiers ate the plant; 105, same, effects of 30 grs. of the powder; 106, Asiatic Journ., 1835, quoted from Meerut Abs. (Brit. Journ. of Hom., 1873, appendix), about sixty persons ate the seeds in food about midnight; 107, Oest. Med. Jahr., 10, p. 3, 1836 (Archiv. für Hom., 16, p. 102), a girl, aet. 20 years, ate several seeds; 108, Dr. Braun, Hencke's Zeit. für Staat., 15, p. 177, 1836 (A. H. Z., 9, p. 303), a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some of the green fruit and seeds; 109, Chas. Hooker, M.D., Boston Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 15, 1836, p. 60, five persons ate the plant; 110, Beverley's History of Jamaica, Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 819, some young soldiers ate plentifully of the herb as a salad; 111, Prof. A. Thompson, Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 819, a woman took a cupful of strong infusion on going to bed; 112, same, a man took a similar quantity; 113, Geo. G. Sigmond, M.D., Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 328, Hein gives account of two infants who swallowed some seeds; 114, same, Blancard states the case of a girl, aet. 18 years; 115, Sir Geo. Gibbs states the case of a man who smoked the leaves for asthma; 116, Dr. Jonas, Med. Zeit. Preuss, 1836 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 133), Stramonium in milk; 117, same, four children were poisoned by the seeds; 118, same, another case; 119, Hornung, Med. Jahr., 10, 1836 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 819), a girl, aet. 20 years, ate the seeds; 120, Hoering, Med. Corres. Würtem., vol. 7, p. 97, 1837 (Frank's Mag., 2, 230), a woman, aet. 22 years, ate two unripe capsules; 121, Dr. Danzeger, Casper's Woch., 1839, a boy was poisoned by the seeds; 122 to 125, M. J. Moreau, Gaz. Med., No. 43 (Prov. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 3, 1841-2, p. 126), effects in treatment of hallucination; 122, Emanuel P., aet. 31, took 20 grs. extract night and morning; 123, Louis R. took a mixture containing 5 grs. extract; 124, effects of 2 grs. daily; 124a, same, suspended use of medicine and then took 10 grs. at once; 125, another patient took 1/2 gr. extract every half hour, symptoms of poisoning appeared after ninth dose; 126, Dr. Schrön Hygea, 13, p. 193 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. 11, p. 292), a robust man, aet. 33, for facial neuralgia, was given 1/2 gr. extract, to be taken at 2, 4 and 6 P.M.; 126a, a girl, aet. 16, took 6 drops tincture, in two hours 9 drops, followed by 6 drops more in two hours; 127, same, a very sensitive woman, aet. 42 years, for facial neuralgia, took 1/4 gr. at 4 P.M., 1/8 at 6 P.M., and 1/4 gr. next morning; 128, same, a man, aet. 37 years, for facial neuralgia, took 1/4 gr. extract at 4 o'clock, and repeated the dose at 6; 129, Prov. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 3, 1842, p. 210, 3 grs. were taken at bedtime; 130, Dr. Reiseberg, Casper's Woch., 1842 (Frank's Mag., 1), a girl ate the seeds; 131, M. Eitner, Encyc. des Sci. Med., 1843 (Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., 1844 (1), p. 231), general effects; 132, Schlesier, Casper's Woch., 1843 (Frank's Mag., 1), a boy aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 133, Dr. Schueller, Wien. Zeit., 1846 (Frank's Mag., 2, 533), 1st dose of 5 drops tincture, irregularly increased to 120, afterwards 200 drops; 134 to 136, John Spence, M.D., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 31, p. 361, three women drank 1/2 oz. steeped in water; 134, M. L., aet. 60 years, previous health feeble and delicate; 135, J. L., aet. 30 years, constitution good; 136, E. B., aet. over 80, naturally vigorous, had suffered a short time previous from bronchitis, but was nearly convalescent; 137, Robert Allan, Lancet, 1847 (2), p. 298, an Indian ate some Stramonium, and died in seven hours; 138, A. Stobo, Med. Times, vol. 16, 1847, p. 650, a boy, aet. 5 years, ate a drachm of the seeds; 139, Noeckher, Preus. Verein. Zeit., 1847 (S. J. 55), a boy, aet. 7 1/2 years, swallowed the seeds; 140, Dr. Van. Hasselt, Nederland Lancet, 1851 (Z. für H. K., 1, 89), nine persons were poisoned; 141, H. P. Lawrence, Lancet, 1851 (1), p. 599, a man ate some seeds; 142, John Le Gay Brewster, M.D., Prov. Med. Journ., 1851, p. 699, two children, aet. 3 and 5 years, ate some seeds; 143, C. L. Mitchell, M.D., New York Journ. of Med., May, 1857, a young woman drank some Stramonium tea; 144, Dr. Kraus, Med. Corr. Blatt., 1852, vol. 22, p. 78, a boy, aet. 4 years, was poisoned by the dried extract, probably about 10 or 12 grs.; 145, Gould and Thurston, Med. Times and Gaz., 1852 (1), p. 197, four persons were poisoned by the seeds; 146, Leonard Pratt, Inaug. Thesis, at Penn. Hom. Med. Coll., 1852, took 5 drops mother tincture, at 7 A.M.; 146a, same, a dose every morning, about 1/2 hour before eating, beginning with 3 drops per dose, and gradually increasing to 20 drops; 147, Wheeling Argus (Virg. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1853, p. 225), a boy and girl, aet. about 5 years, ate the seeds, the boy died; 148, same, a child, aet. three years, was poisoned; 149, C. B. Faust, M.D., Charleston Med. Journ. and Rev., vol. 9, p. 743, a child, aet. 1 year and 8 months, ate some seeds; 150, Dr. Schönheit, Zeit. für Nat. und Heilk., in Hungary (Prag. Monart., 2, 1854, p. 173), a boy, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 151, Henry C. Preston, M.D., Phil. Journ. of Hom., vol. 2, 1854, p. 608, a boy, aet. 6 years, was poisoned; 152, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 52, 1855, p. 85, six persons were poisoned by the powdered leaves cooked with meat instead of sage; 153, Dr. Gruenberg, Zeit. für Verein Aust. Hom., 1, 378 (Zeit. Klin. für Med., vol. 7, 1856), a boy, aet. 7 years, ate the seeds; 154, Dr. Watson, New York Journ. of Med., July, 1856, p. 66, a woman took an injection for piles; 155, Geo. T. Elliott, Jr., M.D., New York Journ. of Med., Nov., 1856, p. 358, a boy, aet. 4 1/2 years, ate some seeds; 156, D. Calkins, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 54, 1856, p. 398, a boy, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 157, Dr. Henry Earley, Aust. Med. Journ., 1857, vol. 2, p. 241 (Berridge's Collection, Brit. Journ. of Hom., 1873, Append.), a child, aet. 2 years, was poisoned by the seeds; 158, same, case of a girl, aet. 3 1/2 years; 159, same, cases of children from 2 to 9 years of age; 160, T. K. Chambers, M.D., Brit. Journ., 1858, p. 824, Joseph Miller, aet. 7 years, ate some seeds; 161, same, John Wilton ate the seeds; 162, same, James Wilton, aet. 7; 163, Lichtenfels, Wien. Zeit., 1858 (S. J. 100, 293), a man was poisoned by the seeds; 164, Dr. A. F. A. Greeves, Aust. Med. Journ., 1859, p. 186 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., Append., 1873), Mrs. ---, aet. 40 years, swallowed a teaspoonful of the seeds; 165, T. L. Maddin, M.D., Nashville Med. Rec. (South. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1859, p. 831), a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 166, Dr. Bell, New York Journ. of Med., 1860, p. 341, an old negro woman drank an indefinite quantity of an infusion of the leaves; 167, John G. Johnson, M.D., Am. Med. Times, 1860, p. 22, a boy, aet. 7 years, ate some seeds; 168, Dr. Flöegel, Vien. Med. Halle, 1861 (A. H. Z. M. B., 5, 27), a man, aet. 61 years, suffering from cramps in the calves took some seeds in brandy, a few drops daily; 169, Dr. Larquet, Gaz. des Hôp., 1861, No. 109, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some of the flowers and fruit; 170, A. G. Emory, M.D., Med. and Surg. Journ., 1861, p. 45, a boy, aet. 5 years, ate some seeds; 171, Geo. T. Elliot, M.D., Am. Med. Times, vol. 2, 1861, 128, Mrs. ---, aet. 22, injected into her rectum 1/4 pint of infusion made from 4 ozs. leaves; 172, C. E. Buckingham, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 65, p. 261, a boy, aet. 6 years, ate a large quantity of the unripe seeds; 173, J. H. Harriss, ibid., p. 311, a woman and two children ate the plant; 174, Dr. Liegey, Journ., de Chim. Med. and Pharm. (Dublin Med. Press, 1862 (2), p. 374), a child, aet. 2 years and 4 months, ate the seeds and died in twelve to fourteen hours; 175, same, another child ate the seeds; 176, Bernhard, Preuss. Med. Zeit., 1862 (A. H. Z. M. B., 6, 31), a boy, aet. 7 years, ate the seeds; 177, Chas. C. Lee, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., 1862 (1), p. 54, a child drank some whiskey containing the seeds; 178, same, a man, aet. 31 years, drank a cupful, and a woman, aet. 58 years, drank about a gill of same; 179, same, a woman, aet. 34 years, drank only one or two mouthfuls of same; 180, Mad. Quart. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. 5, p. 320 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., Append., 1873), a woman had taken some leaves of Datura (? Stramonium); 181, a man took an infusion of Datura leaves for dysentery; 182, Dr. Shortt, ibid., vol. 6, p. 286, a man, aet. 41 years, took the leaves; 183, same, a girl, aet. 14, ate one-third of the seeds of one of the apples, recovery after use of stomach-pump; 184, same, a girl, aet. 18 years, ate Stramonium early in the morning, death at 10 A.M.; 185, same, a woman took Stramonium; 186, Albert Corvisart, Journ. de Méd., vol. 23 (Hempel's Mat. Med. vol. 1, p. 770), three children were poisoned; 187, Wm. H. Cuthbert, M.D., North Am. Journ. of Hom., vol. 13, p. 68, Emma Meyers, aet. 18 months, was poisoned by the seeds; 188, Dr. C. Hering, a fragmentary proving by Dr. J. R. Coxe, Jr., aet. 57, Am. Hom. Rev., vol. 4, p. 559, took 10 drops 1st dec. dil. at 8 A.M., 2 and 10 P.M. (first, second, and third days), and at 8 A.M., 2 and 11 P.M. (fourth day); 189, Charles Chauncey Coxe, aet. 11 years, took 12 drops of 3d dec. dil. at 2 and 9 P.M. (first day), same at 9 A.M., 2 and 9 P.M. (second and third days); 190, omitted; 191, Dr. Carroll Dunham, ibid., a man, aet. about 44, whose health had suffered greatly in consequence of bilious remittent fever and heroic doses of calomel, applied the bruised green leaves to large irritable ulcers on both legs; 192, Dr. Bengel, Med. Corr. Blatt., 1864, vol. 34, p. 79, a boy, aet. 2 years, ate some pieces of the seeds; 193, A. P. Turner, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., April, 1864, p. 551, two boys, aet. 8 and 10, ate some seeds; 194, Alfred S. Taylor, M.D., Guy's Hosp. Rep., vol. 11, p. 293, a student swallowed about 5 or 6 grs.; 195, same, 4 milligrams of Datura applied to the eye; 196, same, seven milligrams administered by the stomach; 197, M. Kuborn, Bull. Gén. de Thér., 1866 (Brit. Med. Journ., 1866 (1), p. 522), four persons were poisoned; 198, H. Y. Evans, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., July, 1866, p. 278, seven children were poisoned by the seeds; 199, Sauvages, Dublin Med. Journ., 1867 (2), p. 11, effects of wine drugged with the juice of the seeds; 200, Henry Robinson, Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. 25, p. 37, a young woman took every third morning a dessertspoonful of 1/200 in 8 ozs. water; 201, C. P. Blake, M.D., St. George's Hosp. Rep., 1868, p. 159, a man, aet. 70 years, took 1 1/2 drachms of tincture for asthma; 202, J. W. Mallet, M.D., New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 21, 1868, p. 550, a young man died from the effects of Stramonium in his food; 203, D. McGillivray, M.D. Canada Med. Journ., vol. 4, 1868, p. 485, a boy, aet. 2 years and 3 months, ate some seeds; 204, C. D. Fairbanks, M.D., Am. Hom. Obs., 1869, p. 366, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 205, J. J. Hilliary, Dominion Med. Rec. (New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., 1869, p. 365), J. P., aet. 40 years, drank a cupful of Stramonium tea; 206, Dr. J. F. Treuman, Chicago Med. Journ. (Med. Press and Circular, 1869 (1), p. 261), a mother and two daughters ate the seeds; 207, W. F. Cheney, M.D., Pacific Med. and Surg. Journ., 1870, p. 305, a girl, aet. 5, ate the seeds; 208, Dr. Crispell, Eclectic Med. Journ., Sept., 1871 (North Am. Journ. of Hom., N. S., vol. 2, p. 293), two cases; 209, Dr. Chevers, Med. Times and Gaz., 1871 (1), p. 164; 210, E. W. Berridge, M.D., Month. Hom. Rev., vol. 15, 1871, p. 298, proving of tincture of British (allopathic) Pharmacopoeia, prepared from seeds, took 8 drops in water at 1.35 P.M., 20 at 4.30 at 6 P.M. (first day), 40 at 8.40 A.M., 50 at 10.25, 60 after 1.50 P.M. (second day); 211 to 221, same, North Am. Journ. of Hom. N. S., vol. 2, 1871, p. 62; 211, Miss ---, took 10 glob. of 43,000 (Fincke) at 5.15 P.M.; 212, Miss ---, took 10 glob., of same; 213, Miss ---, took 1 glob. of same; 214, Miss, aet. 11-12 years, suffering from chorea, took repeated doses of 30th and 200th (Lehrmann), had new symptoms while taking 200th; 215, Dr. Berridge, took 10 glob. 43,000 (Fincke), at 4.15 P.M.; 216, same, took 20 glob. 1000 (Jenichen) at 11.40 A.M.; 217, same, took 30 glob. 200 (Lehrmann) at 10 A.M.; 218, same, took 50 glob. 1000 (Fincke) at 9.45 A.M.; 219, same, took 20 glob. of 3d at 8.30, 11 A.M., noon, 12.55, 2.10, 3, 4, 5, 7, 7.55, 9 P.M. (first day), 20 glob. at 8, 9.50 A.M., 1 P.M. (second day), 30 glob. at 8, 40 at 11.40 A.M., 1/2 drachm of glob. at 7.15 P.M. (third day), 30 glob. 6th dil. at 10 A.M., 40 glob. at 1 and 7 P.M., 50 glob. at 11.30 P.M. (seventh day), 50 glob. at 7.30, 9.40, 11.5 A.M., 6.45, 7.45 P.M. (eighth day), 50 glob. at 7.20, 11.10 A.M., 100 glob. at noon, 9 P.M., 300 glob. at 11 P.M. (ninth day), 50 glob. 12th dil. at 8. 15, 10 A.M., 12.15 P.M., 70 glob. at 3.10, 100 glob. at 4.30, 8.30, and midnight (fourteenth day), 100 glob. at 8, 10 A.M. 200 glob. at noon (fifteenth day); 220, same, took several glob. 5000 (Fincke) at 10 A.M. (first day), 60 glob. 10,000 (Fincke) at 10 A.M. (fifth day), several glob. 30,000 (Fincke), (eighth day), had to take Alumina and ceased proving; 221, same, took 10 glob. cm. (Fincke) at 10 A.M.; 222 to 229, same, Month. Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 34; 222, same, took 100 drops tincture, prepared from the seeds, in water at 9.15 A.M.; 223, Mr. R. M. Theobald, took 10 drops of same (first day), 20 (second day), 30 at 11.30 A.M., 20 at 2 P.M. (third day), 20 before breakfast and 1.30 P.M. (fourth day), 20 to 30 drops two or three times a day (fifth and sixth days), 30 before breakfast, at noon, and bedtime (seventh day); 30 at 8 A.M. (eighth day), 40 early in the morning (ninth day); 224, same, chewed 6 or 8 seeds in the afternoon; 225, same, took 10 drops 3d cent. (first, second, and third days), 5 drops before bedtime (fourth day); 226, Mr. ---, took 5 drops tincture of Hom. Pharmacopoeia (first and second days), 10 drops (third day), 15 (fifth day), 5 ter die (seventh and eighth days), 5 (ninth day); 227, same, took 5 drops tincture ter die for four days; 228, same, took 5 drops tincture (first, second, third, fourth, fifth, ninth, eleventh, and twelfth days); 229, F. Brunning, M.D., Philad. Med. and Surg. Rep., vol. 27, 1872, p. 20, a boy died from effects of the seeds; 230, A. W. Rogers, M.D., ibid., p. 211, a child, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 231, F. H. Bailey, ibid., p. 283, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 232, Dr. Wittmann, Jahrbuch für Kinderheilkunde, vol. 6, 1873, p. 178, a girl, aet. 6 years, ate the seeds; 233, Buckner, A. H. Z., 86, 1873, p. 18, a boy, aet. 3 years, ate the fruit; 234, Wm. H. Cook, M.D., Hahn. Month., vol. 9, 1873, p. 35, Mr. T. poured boiling water over two pods and drank when cold; 235, Dr. Berridge, North Am. Journ., New Ser., 3, 1873, p. 504, Miss ---, took 1 glob. cm. (Fincke) two or three times daily, for five days; 236, B. M. Wibble, M.D., Rich. and Louis. Med. Journ., August, 1873, p. 186, a woman drank half a glass of ale from a bottle containing a large amount of the seeds; 237, same, a man drank two-thirds a glass of same; 238, Chas. G. Polk, M.D., Phil. Med. and Surg. Rep., 1873 (1), p. 395, a boy, aet. 4 years, ate a large amount of the seeds; 239, Hesse, Schweiz. Corr. Blatt., 1873 (S. J., 160, p. 240), a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 240, W. H. B., Am. Hom. Obs., vol. 11, 1874, p. 263, a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 241, Dr. J. Kemberling, Ohio Med. and Surg. Rep. (Am. Journ. of Hom. Mat. Med., New Ser., 4, 1875, p. 387), poisoning, recovery on fifth day; 241a, same, another case in same family; 242, Dr. Jules de Soire, Gaz. des Hôp., 1865, No. 42, a woman, aet. 50 years, took an infusion of the leaves; 243, W. G. Smith, Dublin Med. Journ., 1870 (1), p. 213, an elderly man was in the habit of smoking Stramonium with a small quantity of tobacco, for relief of asthma.

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, Dr. Linstow, Vjs. fur Ger. Med., 1874, p. 60, poisoning of two boys by eating small cakes of gum tragacanth and chrome yellow; 2, Moreau, L'Empoisonnement aigu par le Plumb et ses Composés, 1875, effects in a girl of sixteen, of eating large amounts while preparing artificial flowers; 3, Leopold, Vjs. f. Ger. Med., July, 1877, effects on a worker in yarn, colored with chrome yellow; 4, same, in a woman; 5, same, in a man; 6, same, in a girl; 7, Von Linstow, ibid., effects in a child kept near its mother, who was working in the yarn; the dust fell upon the child.