1859 The Lancet  
458 slow, deliberate pulse (60), instead of the soft, feeble, frequent one, which is usually taught to be constantly present. 2ndly. We know delirium tremens occurs in northern, cold, and damp climates, most frequently, it is said, because there is more drink taken to keep up the temperature of the body. This case tends to show that the veaw catisc6 is to be looked for in the conditions of temperature and the like, which, indeed, is the more philosophical argument.
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