This is either an original disease, or proceeds from disorders of the stomach. The former cafe is cured in the same manner as the falling sickness, which see. Sometimes the second kind proceeds from long fasting, and then a morsel of bread will drive it away. Sometimes it arises from crudities in the stomach and then give a dram of vitriolated tartar taken early in the morning several times; next give a vomit, and afterward stomachic bitters, with cephalics, and a moderate use of wine at meals. The wild valerian-root and cinnabar is as good a cephalic as as any; mix equal quantities together. The dose is half a dram.