Mirror of Literature,  9 (1827), 239.

A Bit of Advice



Extract, Instructions

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Mental Illness, Medical Treatment

    Advises that otherwise unexplained melancholy is due to 'some physical weakness' which should be rectified. 'The blood of a melancholy man is thick and slow' and he should therefore put his blood in motion by exercise, drinking wine, and other 'excitements'.

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