|Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts|
"If any man shall but touch or kiss with his mouth the snowt or nostrils of a Mouse, and be troubled with the disease called the Rhume, which falleth down and stuffeth the nostrils, he shall in very short space be eased of the same."
Edward Topsell, The History of Four-Footed Beasts and SerpentsCold season checklist: Tissues. Hot tea. The quivering snout of the vulgar little mouse.