Zoonomia, Vol. II Or, the Laws of Organic Life
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  • ZOONOMIA;
    • THE LAWS
    • ORGANIC LIFE.
      • VOL. II.
        • Entered at Stationers' Hall.
      • Entered at Stationers' Hall.
    • VOL. II.
      • Entered at Stationers' Hall.
    • Entered at Stationers' Hall.
    • ZOONOMIA;
      • OR,
      • THE LAWS OF ORGANIC LIFE.
      • PART II.
      • A CATALOGUE OF DISEASES
      • NATURAL CLASSES ACCORDING TO THEIR PROXIMATE CAUSES,
      • SUBSEQUENT ORDERS, GENERA, AND SPECIES,
      • THEIR METHODS OF CURE.
    • OR,
    • THE LAWS OF ORGANIC LIFE.
    • PART II.
    • A CATALOGUE OF DISEASES
    • NATURAL CLASSES ACCORDING TO THEIR PROXIMATE CAUSES,
    • SUBSEQUENT ORDERS, GENERA, AND SPECIES,
    • THEIR METHODS OF CURE.
    • PREFACE.
    • ZOONOMIA.
      • PART II.
      • CLASSES OF DISEASES.
      • The Orders and Genera of the First Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS I.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
      • GENERA.
      • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the First Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS I.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With Increased Actions of the Sanguiferous System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • With Increased Actions of the Secerning System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • With increased Actions of the Absorbent System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS IV.
      • With increased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS V.
      • With increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With decreased Actions of the Sanguiferous System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • With decreased Actions of the Secerning System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • With decreased Actions of the Absorbent System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS IV.
      • With decreased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS V.
      • With decreased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Of the Alimentary Canal.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • Of the Absorbent System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • Of the Sanguiferous System.
      • SPECIES.
      • CLASS I.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With increased Actions of the Sanguiferous System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENUS II.
      • With increased Actions of the Secerning System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENUS III.
      • With increased Actions of the Absorbent System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENUS IV.
      • With increased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Irritation.
      • GENUS V.
      • With Increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With decreased Action of the Sanguiferous System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENUS II.
      • Decreased Action of the Secerning System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENUS III.
      • The Decreased Action of the Absorbent System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENUS IV.
      • With Decreased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Irritation.
      • GENUS V.
      • Decreased Action of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Of the Alimentary Canal.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
      • GENUS II.
      • Of the Absorbent System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
      • GENUS III.
      • Of the Sanguiferous System.
      • SPECIES.
      • The Orders and Genera of the Second Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS II.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Sensation.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Sensitive Motions.
      • GENERA.
      • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the Second Class Of Diseases.
      • CLASS II.
      • DISEASES OF SENSATION.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With Increased Action of the Muscles.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, with Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands, with Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS IV.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS V.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS VI.
      • With Fever consequent to the Production of new Vessels or Fluids.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS VII.
      • With increased Action of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Sensation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With decreased Action of the general System.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • With decreased Actions of particular Organs.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Sensitive Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Of Excretory Ducts.
      • SPECIES.
      • CLASS II.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS I.
      • With Increased Action of the Muscles.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS II.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, with Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS III.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands with Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS IV.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS V.
      • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS VI.
      • With Fever consequent to the Production of new Vessels or Fluids.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Sensation.
      • GENUS VII.
      • With increased Action of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Sensation.
      • GENUS I.
      • Of the General System.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Sensation.
      • GENUS II.
      • Of Particular Organs.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Sensitive Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Of Excretory Ducts.
      • SPECIES.
      • The Orders and Genera of the Third Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS III.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Volition.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Volition.
      • GENERA.
      • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the Third Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS III.
      • DISEASES OF VOLITION.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Volition.
      • GENUS I.
      • With Increased Actions of the Muscles.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • With increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Volition.
      • GENUS I.
      • With decreased Actions of the Muscles.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • With decreased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • CLASS III.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Volition.
      • GENUS I.
      • Increased Actions of the Muscles.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Volition.
      • GENUS II.
      • With increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Volition.
      • GENUS I.
      • With decreased Actions of the Muscles.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Volition.
      • GENUS II.
      • With decreased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
      • SPECIES.
      • The Orders and Genera of the Fourth Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS IV.
      • DISEASES OF ASSOCIATION.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Associate Motions.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Associate Motions.
      • GENERA.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Associate Motions.
      • GENERA.
      • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the Fourth Class of Diseases.
      • CLASS IV.
      • DISEASES OF ASSOCIATION.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS IV.
      • Catenated with External Influences.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS IV.
      • Catenated with External Influences.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Associate Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS II.
      • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS III.
      • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • GENUS IV.
      • Catenated with External Influences.
      • SPECIES.
      • CLASS IV.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Catenated with Irritative Motion.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS II.
      • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS III.
      • Catenated with Voluntary Motions
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO I.
      • Increased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS IV.
      • Catenated with External Influences.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS II.
      • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS III.
      • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO II.
      • Decreased Associate Motions.
      • GENUS IV.
      • Catenated with External Influences.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Associate Motions.
      • GENUS I.
      • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Associate Motions.
      • GENUS II.
      • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Associate Motions.
      • GENUS III.
      • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
      • SPECIES.
      • ORDO III.
      • Retrograde Associate Motions.
      • GENUS. IV.
      • Catenated with External Influences.
      • SPECIES.
    • PART II.
    • CLASSES OF DISEASES.
    • The Orders and Genera of the First Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS I.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
    • GENERA.
    • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the First Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS I.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With Increased Actions of the Sanguiferous System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • With Increased Actions of the Secerning System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • With increased Actions of the Absorbent System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS IV.
    • With increased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS V.
    • With increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With decreased Actions of the Sanguiferous System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • With decreased Actions of the Secerning System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • With decreased Actions of the Absorbent System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS IV.
    • With decreased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS V.
    • With decreased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Of the Alimentary Canal.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • Of the Absorbent System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • Of the Sanguiferous System.
    • SPECIES.
    • CLASS I.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With increased Actions of the Sanguiferous System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENUS II.
    • With increased Actions of the Secerning System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENUS III.
    • With increased Actions of the Absorbent System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENUS IV.
    • With increased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Irritation.
    • GENUS V.
    • With Increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With decreased Action of the Sanguiferous System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENUS II.
    • Decreased Action of the Secerning System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENUS III.
    • The Decreased Action of the Absorbent System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENUS IV.
    • With Decreased Actions of other Cavities and Membranes.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Irritation.
    • GENUS V.
    • Decreased Action of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Of the Alimentary Canal.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
    • GENUS II.
    • Of the Absorbent System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Irritative Motions.
    • GENUS III.
    • Of the Sanguiferous System.
    • SPECIES.
    • The Orders and Genera of the Second Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS II.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Sensation.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Sensitive Motions.
    • GENERA.
    • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the Second Class Of Diseases.
    • CLASS II.
    • DISEASES OF SENSATION.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With Increased Action of the Muscles.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, with Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands, with Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS IV.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS V.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS VI.
    • With Fever consequent to the Production of new Vessels or Fluids.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS VII.
    • With increased Action of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Sensation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With decreased Action of the general System.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • With decreased Actions of particular Organs.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Sensitive Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Of Excretory Ducts.
    • SPECIES.
    • CLASS II.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS I.
    • With Increased Action of the Muscles.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS II.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, with Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS III.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands with Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS IV.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by internal Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS V.
    • With the Production of new Vessels by external Membranes or Glands, without Fever.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS VI.
    • With Fever consequent to the Production of new Vessels or Fluids.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Sensation.
    • GENUS VII.
    • With increased Action of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Sensation.
    • GENUS I.
    • Of the General System.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Sensation.
    • GENUS II.
    • Of Particular Organs.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Sensitive Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Of Excretory Ducts.
    • SPECIES.
    • The Orders and Genera of the Third Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS III.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Volition.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Volition.
    • GENERA.
    • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the Third Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS III.
    • DISEASES OF VOLITION.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Volition.
    • GENUS I.
    • With Increased Actions of the Muscles.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • With increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Volition.
    • GENUS I.
    • With decreased Actions of the Muscles.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • With decreased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • CLASS III.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Volition.
    • GENUS I.
    • Increased Actions of the Muscles.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Volition.
    • GENUS II.
    • With increased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Volition.
    • GENUS I.
    • With decreased Actions of the Muscles.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Volition.
    • GENUS II.
    • With decreased Actions of the Organs of Sense.
    • SPECIES.
    • The Orders and Genera of the Fourth Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS IV.
    • DISEASES OF ASSOCIATION.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Associate Motions.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Associate Motions.
    • GENERA.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Associate Motions.
    • GENERA.
    • The Orders, Genera, and Species, of the Fourth Class of Diseases.
    • CLASS IV.
    • DISEASES OF ASSOCIATION.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS IV.
    • Catenated with External Influences.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS IV.
    • Catenated with External Influences.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Associate Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS II.
    • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS III.
    • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • GENUS IV.
    • Catenated with External Influences.
    • SPECIES.
    • CLASS IV.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Catenated with Irritative Motion.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS II.
    • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS III.
    • Catenated with Voluntary Motions
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO I.
    • Increased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS IV.
    • Catenated with External Influences.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS II.
    • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS III.
    • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO II.
    • Decreased Associate Motions.
    • GENUS IV.
    • Catenated with External Influences.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Associate Motions.
    • GENUS I.
    • Catenated with Irritative Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Associate Motions.
    • GENUS II.
    • Catenated with Sensitive Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Associate Motions.
    • GENUS III.
    • Catenated with Voluntary Motions.
    • SPECIES.
    • ORDO III.
    • Retrograde Associate Motions.
    • GENUS. IV.
    • Catenated with External Influences.
    • SPECIES.
    • SUPPLEMENT TO CLASS IV.
      • Sympathetic Theory of Fever.
    • Sympathetic Theory of Fever.
    • ADDITIONS.
      • ADDITION I.
      • ADDITION II.
      • ADDITION III. On Vertigo.
      • ADDITION IV. Of Voluntary Motions.
      • ADDITION V. Of Figure.
      • ADDITION VI.
      • ADDITION VII. On Warmth.
      • ADDITION VIII. Puerperal Fever.
    • ADDITION I.
    • ADDITION II.
    • ADDITION III. On Vertigo.
    • ADDITION IV. Of Voluntary Motions.
    • ADDITION V. Of Figure.
    • ADDITION VI.
    • ADDITION VII. On Warmth.
    • ADDITION VIII. Puerperal Fever.
    • ZOONOMIÆ AUCTORI
      • S.P.D.
      • AMICUS.
      • INDEX OF THE CLASSES.
    • S.P.D.
    • AMICUS.
    • INDEX OF THE CLASSES.
    • ZOONOMIA;
      • OR,
      • THE LAWS OF ORGANIC LIFE.
      • PART III.
      • THE ARTICLES OF THE MATERIA MEDICA,
      • OPERATION OF MEDICINES.
      • PREFACE.
      • ARTICLES
    • OR,
    • THE LAWS OF ORGANIC LIFE.
    • PART III.
    • THE ARTICLES OF THE MATERIA MEDICA,
    • OPERATION OF MEDICINES.
    • PREFACE.
    • ARTICLES
    • MATERIA MEDICA.
      • Art. I.
      • NUTRIENTIA.
      • Art. II.
      • INCITANTIA.
      • Art. III.
      • SECERNENTIA.
      • Art. IV.
      • SORBENTIA.
      • ART. V.
      • INVERTENTIA.
      • ART. VI.
      • REVERTENTIA.
      • Art. VII.
      • TORPENTIA.
      • ADDENDA.
    • Art. I.
    • NUTRIENTIA.
    • Art. II.
    • INCITANTIA.
    • Art. III.
    • SECERNENTIA.
    • Art. IV.
    • SORBENTIA.
    • ART. V.
    • INVERTENTIA.
    • ART. VI.
    • REVERTENTIA.
    • Art. VII.
    • TORPENTIA.
    • ADDENDA.
    • ADDITION.
      • INABILITY TO EMPTY THE BLADDER.
      • LINES
    • INABILITY TO EMPTY THE BLADDER.
    • LINES
    • ZOONOMIA.
      • JAMQUE OPUS EXEGI.
      • INDEX
    • JAMQUE OPUS EXEGI.
    • INDEX
    • ARTICLES.
      • THE END.
    • THE END.
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