j - 22 - 'Me dici n a Statica . , , v< 
jnfenfible Évacuation throughout a whole Year , as obferved every Day at the fevcral Hours of the Day , with the Circumftances of Living , and ditions of Health that whole Time , as alfo the perature and Weight of the Air , as it appeared by the Thermometer and Barometer . Thcfe he alfo digcits into more general Tables of Obfeirations , and at lad into one , compromifing the whole , and ihewing the Quantities difcharged by Perfpiration and Urine in - the Space of an Hour , both in the Day and Night every Month . After which he duces the following Apborifnts . 
A P H . I . 
44 Since all that a Man eats docs not go into 44 Blood and Juices , Nature hath provided certain 44 Outlets for the Evacuation of what is Supcrllu - " ous and Excrcmcntitious . 
A P H . II . 
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" The moil confulerable Outlets , are the Anus , «' Kidneys , and Pores of the Skin i and the Quan - 44 tities pailing through thcfe every Day , may be 44 known by Statical Experiments . 
A P H . III . 
Z : " Since many Difeafes have their Rife from , 44 what is taken in or eje & ed , their firft Advances 44 may be difcovered by the Weight , and a Failure 44 of the natural Functions . 
A P H . IV . 
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; 44 Five Ounces is commonly ejefted in one Day Xi by Stool . 
V A PH . V . 
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44 Two Pound and almoft fix Ounces of Urine * 4 is difcharged in one Day , or . twenty four Hours . - i - A P H . 
	        

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