Flux, a disorder to which sheep are subject, when those useful animals, alter having been kept on too short an allowance, suddenly come to their full feed. It is also sometimes occasioned by their eating the Fetid Chamomile, or May-weed, Anthemis cotula, L.— This disease, however, is not attended with any dangerous consequences, and generally disappears in the course of a few days, especially in dry weather. But, it it continue longer than a week, some sweet and well-dried hay should be given them, and a decoction of clower-flowers, with the addition of a little barley-meal; and neither allowing them any salt, nor to feed upon saline plants near the coast, during their convalescent state.