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Rosa Anglica (Author: [unknown])

section 6


Item no cold or horripilation precedes this fever, because the blood giving rise to it16 is in the veins, excepting if it be caused by the imposthume called phlegmon, situate on the liver or the midriff17; for then come paroxysms like to tertian fever18, because it heats as if it were choler.