Tell Barbara how soon I cured you when you hurt your arm."
The doctor, by God's help, was able to cure the poor young wife completely.
The physician believing that nothing could more effectually cure this error of imagination, than to shew that the thing could actually be done, caused the patient to be thrust forcibly through it: who, struck with horror, and falling suddenly into agonies, complained of being crushed to pieces, and expired soon after.
At last ten days of music cured him entirely, without other assistance than of being let blood in the foot, which was the second bleeding that was prescribed for him, and was followed by a copious evacuation.
There is something in the sun and wind of Alaska which cures meat perfectly, and the bear's meat was strung on sticks and dried in the sun so that they might enjoy it for a long time.
The docile and obedient could be kept away from contagion, or if infected, could be easily cured by an act of blind confidence in the Church; while the disobedient would go their own way in any case.
Tongues will take 1 month or 6 weeks to be properly cured; and, in salting meat, beef and tongues should always be put in separate vessels.
Ile cure thy ague instantly: I shall, Like some insatiate drunkard of the age, But take a cup to much and next day sleepe An hower more then ordinary.
Hippocrates therefore in his Epistle to Crateva, an herbalist, gives him this good counsel, that if it were possible, "amongst other herbs, he should cut up that weed of covetousness by the roots, that there be no remainder left, and then know this for a certainty, that together with their bodies, thou mayst quickly cure all the diseases of their minds."
When we return to New York I shall consult the best specialist to be had, and I am confident she can be fully cured and made as good as new."
Had a wise plan been proposed at first, it might have been half-cured by this time.
But now, you've cured me thoroughly; you're such a real person.'
The corn that is made into bread is so filled with husks and ground so poorly that it is scarcely better than the fodder given to the cattle; and the bacon, if they have any, is badly cured and cooked.
But immediately at their first meeting, sitting at table "by the side," he says, "of this glorious youth, I was radically cured of all my vexation.... Since this morning," he wrote to Jacobi, "my soul is as full of Goethe as a dewdrop is of the morning sun."
Inveterata melancholia incurabilis, if it be inveterate, it is incurable, a common axiom, aut difficulter curabilis as they say that make the best, hardly cured.
And he dreamed of a whole new system of treatment--suggestion, the all-powerful authority of the physician, for the senses; electricity, friction, massage for the skin and for the tendons; diet for the stomach; air cures on high plateaus for the lungs, and, finally, transfusion, injections of distilled water, for the circulatory system.
Dr. Hammond says he was converted to Christian Science by being cured by Mrs. Eddy of a physical ailment some twelve years ago, after several doctors had pronounced his case incurable.
Here is a dramatic representation at once which that boy does not need to see repeated many times before he is forever cured of interrupting, of pulling his mother's gown, of drumming on the piano, &c.
How unfortunate it is that one cannot get him to go to church, for that would certainly cure him at once."
Sometimes a werewolf was cured merely by recognizing him while in his brute shape.
Augustus will only have riding about and a healthy out-door life, and it will probably cure him."
Mrs. Gann jumped up at this, cured suddenly, and left the room, looking somewhat foolish.
But even those contagious diseases that are caused by skin germs or animalcules will not be wholly cured by any applications whatever.
Such essence of wisdom will surely cure all ills; such maxims must be worth a guinea a box.
"You, yourself, well know that I am not sufficiently cured to see the Marquis without always suffering.
And I know of another woman, also not a peasant woman, who would pass in sleep into countries of an unearthly beauty, and who never cared for anything but to be busy about her house and her children; and presently an herb doctor cured her, as he called it.
Without shoes she worked continuously on the dry and hard meadow-land for several weeks, and was practically cured in something less than three months.
Absence a cure of love-melancholy Absence over long, cause of jealousy Abstinence commended Academicorum Errata Adversity, why better than prosperity Aerial devils Affections whence they arise; how they transform us; of sleeping and waking Affection in melancholy, what Against abuses, repulse, injuries, contumely, disgraces, scoffs Against envy, livor, hatred, malice Against sorrow, vain fears, death of friends Air, how it causeth melancholy; how rectified it cureth melancholy; air in love Alkermes good against melancholy All are melancholy All beautiful parts attractive in love Aloes, his virtues Alteratives in physic, to what use; against melancholy Ambition defined, described, cause of melancholy; of heresy; hinders and spoils many matches Amiableness loves object Amorous objects causes of love-melancholy Amulets controverted, approved Amusements Anger's description, effects, how it causeth melancholy Antimony a purger of melancholy Anthony inveigled by Cleopatra Apology of love-melancholy Appetite Apples, good or bad, how Apparel and clothes, a cause of love-melancholy Aqueducts of old Arminian's tenets Arteries, what Artificial air against melancholy Artificial allurements of love Art of memory Astrological aphorisms, how available, signs or causes of melancholy Astrological signs of love Atheists described Averters of melancholy Aurum potabile censured, approved B. Baits of lovers Bald lascivious Balm good against melancholy Banishment's effects; its cure and antidote Barrenness, what grievances it causeth; a cause of jealousy Barren grounds have best air Bashfulness a symptom of melancholy; of love-melancholy; cured Baseness of birth no disparagement Baths rectified Bawds a cause of love-melancholy Beasts and birds in love Beauty's definition; described; in parts; commendation; attractive power, prerogatives, excellency, how it causeth melancholy; makes grievous wounds, irresistible; more beholding to art than nature; brittle and uncertain; censured; a cause of jealousy; beauty of God Beef a melancholy meat Beer censured Best site of a house Bezoar's stone good against melancholy Black eyes best Black spots in the nails signs of melancholy Black man a pearl in a woman's eye Blasphemy, how pardonable Blindness of lovers Bloodletting, when and how cure of melancholy; time and quantity Bloodletting and purging, how causes of melancholy Blow on the head cause of melancholy Body, how it works on the mind Body melancholy, its causes Bodily symptoms of melancholy; of love-melancholy Bodily exercises Books of all sorts Borage and bugloss, sovereign herbs against melancholy; their wines and juice most excellent Boring of the head, a cure for melancholy Brain distempered, how cause of melancholy; his parts anatomised Bread and beer, how causes of melancholy Brow and forehead, which are most pleasing Brute beasts jealous Business the best cure of love-melancholy C. Cardan's father conjured up seven devils at once; had a spirit bound to him Cards and dice censured, approved Care's effects Carp fish's nature Cataplasms and cerates for melancholy Cause of diseases Causes immediate of melancholy symptoms Causes of honest love; of heroical love; of jealousy Cautions against jealousy Centaury good against melancholy Charles the Great enforced to love basely by a philter Change of countenance, sign of love-melancholy Charity described; defects of it Character of a covetous man Charles the Sixth, king of France, mad for anger Chemical physic censured Chess-play censured Chiromantical signs of melancholy Chirurgical remedies of melancholy Choleric melancholy signs Chorus sancti Viti, a disease Circumstances increasing jealousy Cities' recreations Civil lawyers' miseries Climes and particular places, how causes of love-melancholy Clothes a mere cause of good respect Clothes causes of love-melancholy Clysters good for melancholy Coffee, a Turkey cordial drink Cold air cause of melancholy Comets above the moon Compound alteratives censured, approved; compound purgers of melancholy; compound wines for melancholy Community of wives a cure of jealousy Compliment and good carriage causes of love-melancholy Confections and conserves against melancholy Confession of his grief to a friend, a principal cure of melancholy Confidence in his physician half a cure Conjugal love best Conscience what it is Conscience troubled, a cause of despair Continual cogitation of his mistress a symptom of love-melancholy Contention, brawling, lawsuits, effects Continent or inward causes of melancholy Content above all, whence to be had Contention's cure Cookery taxed Copernicus, his hypothesis of the earth's motion Correctors of accidents in melancholy Correctors to expel windiness, and costiveness helped Cordials against melancholy Costiveness to some a cause of melancholy Costiveness helped Covetousness defined, described, how it causeth melancholy Counsel against melancholy; cure of jealousy; of despair Country recreations Crocodiles jealous Cuckolds common in all ages Cupping-glasses, cauteries how and when used to melancholy Cure of melancholy, unlawful, rejected; from God; of head-melancholy; over all the body; of hypochondriacal melancholy; of love-melancholy; of jealousy; of despair Cure of melancholy in himself; or friends Curiosity described, his effects Custom of diet, delight of appetite, how to be kept and yielded to D. Dancing, masking, mumming, censured, approved; their effects, how they cause love-melancholy; how symptoms of lovers Death foretold by spirits Death of friends cause of melancholy; other effects; how cured; death advantageous Deformity of body no misery Delirium Despair, equivocations; causes; symptoms; prognostics; cure Devils, how they cause melancholy; their, beginning, nature, conditions; feel pain, swift in motion, mortal; their orders; power; how they cause religious melancholy; how despair; devils are often in love; shall be saved, as some hold Diet what, and how causeth melancholy; quantity; diet of divers nations Diet rectified in substance; in quantity Diet a cause of love-melancholy; a cure Diet, inordinate, of parents, a cause of melancholy to their offspring Digression against all manner of discontents; digression of air; of anatomy of devils and spirits Discommodities of unequal matches Disgrace a cause of melancholy; qualified by counsel Dissimilar parts of the body Distemper of particular parts, causes of melancholy, and how Discontents, cares, miseries, causes of melancholy; how repelled and cured by good counsel Diseases why inflicted upon us; their number, definition, division; diseases of the head; diseases of the mind; more grievous than those of the body Divers accidents causing melancholy Divine sentences Divines' miseries; with the causes of their miseries Dotage what Dotage of lovers Dowry and money main causes of love-melancholy Dreams and their kinds Dreams troublesome, how to be amended Drunkards' children often melancholy Drunkenness taxed E. Earth's motion examined; compass, centre; an sit anamata.
His example may shew us, that some degrees of bodily weakness and mental depression may be most happily cured by active exertion in the service of mankind.
If I do't not, send me to the Galleys; nay, and so far cure the Jealousy of the old Fellow, that from a rigid suspicious troublesom Fool, he shall become so tame and gentle a Husband,--that he shall desire you to favour him so much as to lie with his dear Wife.
A variety of things are worn about the person by the common people for the cure of ague; and, upon whatever principle it may be accounted for, whether by the imagination or a natural termination of the disease, many have apparently been cured by them, where the Peruvian bark, the boasted specific, had previously failed.
Now she's been here two months, and is actually almost cured.
Why does tea frequently cure headache?
If, as people are now too much induced to believe, the brain makes the man, and not some higher Reason connected intimately with the Moral Sense, which will endure after the brain has turned to dust; if to foresee consequences from experience, and to adapt means to ends, be the highest efforts of the intellect: then who can deny that the Sapajou proves himself a man and a brother, plus a tail, when he puts out a lighted cigar-end before he chews it, by dipping it into the water-pan; and that he may, therefore, by long and steady calculations about the conveniences of virtue and inconveniences of vice, gradually cure himself and his children of those evil passions which are defined as 'the works of the flesh,' and rise to the supremest heights of justice, benevolence, and purity?
But though such comparisons justify the conclusion that the upper grades of skilled labour have made considerable advances, and that the lower grades of regular unskilled labourers have to a less degree shared in this advance, they do not warrant the optimist conclusion often drawn from them, that poverty is a disease which left alone will cure itself, and which, in point of fact, is curing itself rapidly.
The subject of his book was melancholy and madness; about him lay the carcases of many several beasts, newly by him cut up and anatomised; not that he did contemn God's creatures, as he told Hippocrates, but to find out the seat of this atra bilis, or melancholy, whence it proceeds, and how it was engendered in men's bodies, to the intent he might better cure it in himself, and by his writings and observation teach others how to prevent and avoid it.
c. 30, goes farther, and saith, "That many men unseasonably cured of the haemorrhoids have been corrupted with melancholy, seeking to avoid Scylla, they fall into Charybdis."
With no faith in doctors, who, according to her, "treated her with nothing but words"; she believed that the Virgin del Lluch would ultimately cure her.
The disease was there arrested and totally cured, when a mixture, consisting of yolks of eggs, boiled bullock's heart, stale bread crumbs, and leaves of nettle, well mixed and pounded together with garlic, was given, in the proportion of one clove to ten young pheasants.
We have learned, furthermore, that pulmonary tuberculous disease is by no means so fatal as it was formerly esteemed, for men whose business it is to make great numbers of post-mortem examinations, such as coroners' physicians and hospital pathologists, assure us that in a very large percentage of cases of death from other causes they find indubitable signs of past tuberculous disease of the lungs which had ceased its activity--been, in fact, cured, either spontaneously or by medical intervention.
To one that would be speedily cured, he hath more delays and doubles than a hare or a lawsuit.
Now, at the beginning, I did walk outwards into the Night Land, somewhat blindly, and without sure direction; being intent only to put a good space to my back, that I might cure somewhat the ache which did weaken my heart at the first.
Then, as we were badly wounded and weary, we returned to the ships, and went into a harbor to recruit, where we stayed twenty days, solely that the physician might cure us.
A cow stable is warm and not too dry, so that a hickory log cures slowly without cracking or checking.
We cure diseases more skilfully, but we have more; in health we are crippled by our cities and our customs.
Mind you I don't want to lose the old moke altogether, because, to tell the truth, I'm a biteen fond of him now that I know his thricks, but I figure Mr. Monk will be a severely cured character inside a week, an' return the beastie himself with tears an' apologies on vellum so long."
THE PRACTICE IN VOGUE FORMERLY in this country was to cut out the hams and cure them separately; then to remove the ribs, which were roasted as "spare-ribs," and, curing the remainder of the side, call it a "gammon of bacon."
Their clothing consisted chiefly of skins, roughly cured, and a plentiful covering of paint and dirt.
I ought to apprise you that he has two friends with him--one a young gallant, named Hawkswood, whom he has recently cured of the distemper, and who is so much attached to him that he never leaves him; the other, a doctor, like himself, named Martin Furbisher, who always accompanies him in his visits to his patients, and prepares his mixtures for him.
Apologizing.--A very desperate habit,--one that is rarely cured.