PROVINCIAL HOSPITAL REPORTS

1871 The Lancet  
ounce of water every four hours. 9th.-Pulse 102. The bowels have not been opened today. The purpuric eruption is very bright all over the thighs, body, legs, and arms. There are a few spots on the face ; sordes on the lips; the breath is very offensive. He spits a great deal of bloody froth. To take brandy-andwater every hour.-Evening: Pulse 100 ; temperature 99 6°. Bowels costive. Ordered a castor-oil enema, with which
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