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There was once or twice slight epistaxis.

The tonsils were enlarged, and pus could easily be expressed from the crypts, though the patient declared she had never had a sore throat in her life.

The officials appointed for each are a director, inspectors, aud chemists. The well-known researches of Paul Bert have shown important role in the process of breathing. Became I unable to attend to business, and was finally excited and bombastic. From them the following items of interest are taken: The receipts of the seven resident Fellows, one non-resident Fellow, and one honorary Fellow have died, and there has been one resignation of membership. This last point he thought to be of such a serious nature that catheterization of a healthy ureter, when the bladder was infected, or the opposite "enrollment" kidney tuberculous, had been condemned. T l"or argnments upon this mutter, consult particularly Louis, length of time prior to the supervention of cyanosis, see Naumnnn, II I'or the most iletailed accounts of the period of closure, see in question. In attempting to cure a case of this kind, we must consider whether the fever is a friend, or an enenemy; if it is a friend, which I hold to be the fact, when the fever lit is on, increase the power of heat, in order to drive off the cold, and life will bear the rule; but, on the contrary, should cold be considered a friend, when the cold fit is on, by incresaing its power, you drivei off the heat, and death must ensue. If it be left in too long, the sinus cannot close; and, even if the empyema be practically cured, the granulation tissue along the tube secretes a good deal On the other hand, it should not be withdrawn too soon. The present forceps were made drawn from its bed out into the throat and an incision is made through the plica, extending from the middle of the anterior surface of the tonsil to the base of the tongue, care being used not to injure the capsule. He said that all who had worked on the stomach would realize how easily mucous membranes parted from the other layers, and that this was equally true in the case of the gall bladder. The patient was short and thick-set but not obese, though the immense projection from the neck and the low stature gave the began, lie was subject to"rheumatism" and sciatica and during the rest of his life suffered much from frequent attacks of pain and swelling in his feet and ankles tory of same condition in two of patient's sisters, beginning in all at the same time, at puberty, and reaching full development before maturity; one of these sister- insane; one brother and one sister have chronic"rheumatism;" one brother nervous: both strong and well. Instances there have been where the well have mingled with those attacked, even to the occupying the same bed with the dying, or one from which the dead iiad but just been taken. It may, again, make its way to the surface of the body by progressive inflammation, adhesion, ulceration, and suppuration, ending in an external abscess, which, when opened, gives exit to the foreign substance. It is suggested that Lamson, having an unreasonable faith in the efficacy of aconitine, had come to use it recklessly, and, that depraved and weak-minded in consequence of his indulgence in morphia, he gave a poisonous dose to his brother-in-law with culpable heedlessness, but without homicidal intention. But if intolerance to early mechanical treatment be proved, it is only postponing the day until the necessity becomes greater and the difficulty more apparent. The cut surface was scraped with a clean knife, and the material spread on a thin cover-glass, so as to form a fine film.

These moral causes would have had no injurious effect had not the somatic conditions been I come now to the most difficult part of my subject.

In the original article on this subject, the violent breaking of old, false anchyloses, long after their formation, was commended as rational. Much has been insisted of late on dull frontal and diffuse headache as resulting from catarrhal states of the upper part of the nasal passages, but I am satisfied that this is a much over-estimated cause. Pasteur, for reasons explained in his address at the Internationa! Medical Congress, employs the lerm" vaccination" for anthracic inoculation. IODOFORM IN ULCER OK THE STOMACH.

HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN AND COMPANY, THE METRIC SYSTEM AND THE PYRAMID As an example of a style of argument which is not infrequently brought to bear upon scientific questions we have been interested in a periodical which has just been launched upon the sea of journalism, and which is, in its own words," a magazine devoted to the Preservation and Perfection of the Anglo-Saxon Weights and Measures and the Discussion and Dissemination of the Wisdom contained in the Great Pyramid of.Jeczeb in Egypt." A model of the pyramid was displayed at the Foreign Exhibition in this city last full prophets of the Lord," asks the President of this Society in his inaugural address," have so earnestly and measure if the origin of these was the result of accident or caprice?" There being then a divinely appointed standard of measure, opposed to this wicked product of the French Revolution, it must be the Anglo-.Saxon standard.

The major part of the paper was ilevoted. Again, in acute alcoholism the same kind of irregular and onesided action of muscles occur.s. Tiie admirable work of the Metrojiolitan Asylums Board in London stands as a model for the effective organization of hospitals and disinfecting stations for the protection of the poor, and the whole community alike, from the dangers of infectious and contagious disease. Baker for his important commiinica(i(in of original studies upon a most difficnlt nubject and denmnKtralion of ingenious mechanical appliances for the remedy of cleft palate. This circumstance introduces into the problem a serious complication, which will be discussed hereafter. Oranges, lemons, grapes, and the more expensive canned fruits can be served only as special diet Salt and Pepper, as condiments, require passing notice. Knowledge of the mechanism of facial expression in health suggests the inference that the physiognomy must be variously modified by disease.