This disorder may be known by the blood-red colour of the white of the eye, which afterwards turns livid or black; it is caused by a blow or fall, or a violent vomiting, whereby the blood is extravasated in the coats of the eye: when the cornea is thus affected, all objects will appear of a red colour; but this is seldom the cafe. When the disorder is flight, it will vanish in time without any application; but when great, the juice of fennel may be mixt with a little balsam of Peru, and dropt into the eye; the patient likewise should bleed by way of revulsion, and take a gentle purge, such as an ounce of Epsom salt: when it turns to an Ulcer, mix a little brown sugar with the sapphire coloured water of the shops, and drop it into the eye.