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- (continued from previous page)or tearing down the hill sides always carrying some poor cabin or haystack on its trail.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Toothache. Pepper is supposed to cure this.
Earache. Black wool cures this.
Sore heads. Roasted cabbage leaves.
Inflamed mouth. The breath of the gander.
Hooping cough. Milk left in a vessel after a ferret drinking from it.
A stye in the eye. A gooseberry thorn is used to prod a stye or to rub a person's fasting spittle rubbed on it for nine mornings.
Warts. Washing soda.
Bleading. The leaf of the "slánlus".
Boil. A plaster of soap and sugar. The tongue of the fox was used to draw out a pin or a needle.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.