From the 1806-1840 Commonplace book of an unknown reader. 'Approved remedies for Everyday Maladies. For a Fit of Passion. - Walk out in the open air, you may speak your mind to the wind and without hurting anyone, or proclaiming yourself to be a simpleton....[other maladies include A fit of Idleness, A Fit of Extravagance and Folly, a Fit of Ambition, a Fit of repining, a Fit of Despondency, and All Fits of Doubt Perplexity and Fear]. Salisbury Herald - John Bull, April 9th 1837.'