A grievous Plague raged in Livonia, which in the Town of Reval killed 5000 Men. The ſame Year a ſore Famine afflicted all Italy, till it was relieved with Corn imported from Denmark, Holſace, &c. that it fell from 34 to 14 per Meaſure. --- At Trent was an epidemic malignant ſpotted Fever ; it was contagious to near Neighbours, but reached to no great Diſtance. But a common Fever from the Air invaded many People at the ſame Time, and after the ſame Manner ; the greater Part of the Sick recovered, for the Symptoms were not the ſevereſt ; before the 4th or 7th Day, the Urine differed not from healthy Peoples ; then it became like a draught Oxes, with red Spots like chick Peas ; a parched Tongue, a burning Thirſt, the Extremes cold as Marble, and torpid, the Pulſe weak. Theſe were often a Looſneſs, Lethargy, Inflammation of the Jaws, Delirium, thick Breathing ; often Loſs of Speech, Bleeding at the Noſe, ſeized the Attendants. In Germany was an epidemic Catarrh. Cole.