Leaf, a distemper incident to lambs, when about a week or fortnight old.—It has received this appellation ; as the creatures fee 1 on oak and hawthorn leaves, which cause them to foam at the mouth, reel and stagger, so that they suddenly drop down and expire.

Although we are not acquainted with any certain remedy for this malady, yet we believe it may be cured in its early stages, by giving the young animals thus injured, a mixture of equal parts of oil and vinegar, in frequent small draughts poured into the throat, and at the same time administering clysters composed of similar ingredients.