SEIBDStartle Epilepsy with Infantile Brain Damage
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For decades before Bruckmann's 1727 observations, the mines had suffered from haphazard exploitation, despoliation, and general chaotic conditions, and thus in August 1724, at the suggestion of a Forstmeister ("Master of the Forest") named Seibd, Mine Inspector J.G.
By November 1739, Forstmeister Seibd could (and did) report that the mines were in excellent working order, though improving them had cost much money and trouble (Gaevert, 1981).