There raged over all France a great Mortality by a Peſtilence, or peſtilential Diſeaſes, wherein all that were let Blood, or ſtrongly purged, died ; firſt waxing weaker and weaker. But ſuch as uſed only cordial Medicines recovered, for the Diſeaſe roſe only from the Fault of the Air. Ambroſe Parcy.--- At Crete, Raguſa, and Venice in 1567, was a ſimple, benign, acute, contagious Diſeaſe which, by the Uſe of proper Medicines, went off the 11th or 14th Day. A Fever with Spots, Alienation of Mind, Thirſt, Reſtleſsneſs, &c. It killed none but ſuch as had a bad Habit of Body, were weak or intemperate. Cole.