~ American Family Physician; Detailing Important Means of preserving Health, from Infancy to old age, by Thomas Ewell, M.D., 1826
via U.S. National Library of Medicine"It is a good precaution for those subject to the disease, to sleep with someone to rouse them, on feeling their convulsive motions; for really they not very unfrequently end in death."

~ American Family Physician; Detailing Important Means of preserving Health, from Infancy to old age, by Thomas Ewell, M.D., 1826
via U.S. National Library of Medicine

"It is a good precaution for those subject to the disease, to sleep with someone to rouse them, on feeling their convulsive motions; for really they not very unfrequently end in death."

~ The Duties of a Ladies’ Maid; with Directions for Conduct, and Numerous Receipts for the Toilette, James Bulcock, 1825

~ The Duties of a Ladies’ Maid; with Directions for Conduct, and Numerous Receipts for the Toilette, James Bulcock, 1825

~ The Woman’s Manual, Aurora Reed, 1916via Harvard University Library"To correct sodden sleepiness, eat little or no supper, take juice of two lemons."

~ The Woman’s Manual, Aurora Reed, 1916
via Harvard University Library

"To correct sodden sleepiness, eat little or no supper, take juice of two lemons."

~ The Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Life, by Food, Clothes, Air, Exercise, Wine, Sleep, &c., by William Kitchiner, 1822

~ The Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Life, by Food, Clothes, Air, Exercise, Wine, Sleep, &c., by William Kitchiner, 1822

~ The Psychology of Mental Disorders, by Abraham Myerson, M.D., 1928

~ The Psychology of Mental Disorders, by Abraham Myerson, M.D., 1928

~ Advice to Young Men. And (Incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and Higher Ranks of Life., by William Cobbett, 1829

~ Advice to Young Men. And (Incidentally) to Young Women, in the Middle and Higher Ranks of Life., by William Cobbett, 1829