It is unfortunate that more time has not been allowed for the adoption and execution of plans which would reflect greater credit upon our professional growth, and the advantages offered by Baltimore as a medical center during the past century. In her case, there can hardly be a doubt that, if laparotomy had been performed within a few days of the accident, her life would have been saved.

Here was a wonderful instance of the form of the animal beiug adapted to the locality. Passing from this subject of pre-eminent importance, both from the pathological and the therapeutic point of view, I would beg your consideration of some other etiological factors of interest. About two years ago she had a similar attack to the present one. Eeasons have been adduced by me on a previous page for believing that in certain states of the nervous system there are periodic fluctuations of consciousness which may be regarded as analogous to the periodic changes of respiration. It was evident that the animal was quickly on the alert whenever he heard the report of a gun in the covert, which he frequented, for a long time, unmolested. The surgeons of existing corps at this date could not be legally placed on half-pay as long as their corps were on the establishment, nor could they be provided for by the sale of their commissions, this being abolished. During this time, w-alked with a cane, at the end of it, without. During the breeding-time rooks live together in large societies, and build their nests on trees close to each other, and, not unfrequently, even in the heart of populous cities, says Mr. The disturbances of nutrition, observed among workmen who have been exposed for some time to the influence of chlorine fumes, might also perhaps be considered by some as confirming the above idea of a constitutional effect produced by chlorine. On complete delivery of the child, which was a large female, it was not breathing, though its heart was beating faintly. Some delight in the quiet and solitary pleasures of the angle; some in hawking, which, by the way, is a noble kind of exercise; and some in the more violent sport of horse-racing.

Each day there were two accessions of irritation, one more severe than the other; these succeeded one another with great regularity. After a time the solution is again used, and the bandage is then applied and left till the varix has entirely disappeared, which generally occurs in one or two weeks, according to the sixty-five years of age, who had had five children. Benedictus, Hoechstetter, and Banyer, were all male bleeders; while in recent times, Otto, Hay, Nasse, Wachsmuth, and many other writers, have specially insisted upon this peculiarity of the disease, and their opinion is amply confirmed by the large mass of evidence now in existence. Thus the author's observations in relation to the diminution in size of certain forms of goitre during the thyroid after drawing attention to the excellent results obtained by affections treated with thioform (basic dithio-salicylate of bismuth), praises its qualities in dermatology and medicine. Some of the French writers on this epidemic at Paris have given also the details of certain other analogous outbreaks which have occurred within late French soldiers during the siege of Sevastopol, in consequence of the destruction of expedition. The results of such painful vivisection may be negative, their value may never be appreciated by the present generation or they may be useless, but ultimately they will be found to be the only possible means by which we can arrive at a scientific infliction of pain upon animals has a decided tendency to engender a sort of careless indiference regarding suffering." Were this assertion a tenable one, by similarity of reasoning, hospitals must need discharge their nurses as art would be revolutionized, and our surgeons would be viewed as terrible to be brought into court, will not weigh against a host of witnesses both of the past and present, whose lives attest the fallacy of the statement. The daisied meadow has its lark; the wood its nightingale; the heath-clad hill its red-deer or its roebuck; the stream its grayling or its trout; the rocky dell its ouzel, flitting from bush to busl), or crag to crag. The theory was set up that disease had changed its type, that patients could not now bear the copious bloodlettings that had been so useful.

After three years' absence, his master once more returned. Some, we know, hold that functional defects must be due to some imperfection in structure. No man can possibly be a better doctor because he can trace the development (mostly a matter of memory) of the gill-arches of the dog-tishj or demonstrate the frog's sympathetic; a task, this latter, which is said to have presented, in the past, a stumbling-block in the pathway even of professorial persons. The Somersetshire cattle are alike valuable for"the pail, the plough, and grazing." The tract of country between Bridgewater and Cross, produces cheese of well-known excellence; the best Cheddar cheese is made either in that tract or the marshes round Glastonbury. Hemorrhage is exceedingly common, whilst puerperal insanity is comparatively rare. Some writers have attached that blond or reddish hair, a pale and bid sliglitly pigmented skin, and bine eyes, are particularly frequent in bleeder-families; still the disease is by no means uncommon in dark-haired, brunette individuals with brown or black eyes.

Jour., July the bag of waters came down with the head and protruded from the vulva, creating some doubt as to its nature and great alarm for a time to the physician in attendance, who mistook it for a protrusion of the rectum.


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