This cause both favours the production of plethora, and stimulates the heart and arteries to more frequent and violent action; the effects of which may be expected to be particularly felt in the lumbar, hypogastric, or inguinal regions, and in the lower extremities, arteries and veins of the lower half of the body have recovered sufficiently from the effects of the distention whichexistedduring thela'ter months of pregnancy. The dyes which he specially recommends are fuchsin, methyl violet, and gentian violet, but he states that he has tried all the basic aniline dyes in this way. JoffroytJ attempts to establish a relation between lesions of the occipital lobes and the occurrence of acute sloughing of the sacrum; and thinks that the occipital lobes may be trophic centres. In one family of ten, seven partook of it and were, affected, the. Those of Vichy, near the Pyrenees; of Val and Carlsbad; and of these the writer especially recommends the first.

In acromegaly also the hypertrophy is not so distinctly limited to the bones; kyphosis, when present (as it usually is) affects the cervico-dorsal and not the dorso lumbar region; the lower jaw is greatly deformed, causing marked prognathism; the nose, lips, tongue, neck, larynx, and ears are often enlarged, and there are defects in speech, mastication, and deglutition.

Whilst standing in the pulleys, his legs should be frequently bathed with pot-liquor, in which bacon was boiled; vinegar and sweet oil, or lard and spirits of any kind; and a mash should be given him at least once a week, of one gallon of bran or oats, with a table spoonful of powdered brimstone, and one tea spoonful of saltpetre; not permitting him to drink for six hours afterwards. There are no such titles as Gunner-Captain or Sapper-Major to distinguish officers of the so-called differentiate in the ease of medical officers? HANDICAPPED. Some inches below its brim an horizontal shelf is fastened, in dimension about half or the third part of the trough, and provided on its foremost edge with a row of holes, into which, from underneath, shortnecked funnels are fixed. Then barley-water, mucilages, gruel, milk, whey, linseed tea, jellies; then treat for inflammation by leeches, fomentations, etc., Solution of ammonia, or volatile alkali; sesquicarbonate of ammonia, or smelling salts, hartshorn, volatile salts; hydrochlorate of ammonia, or sal ammoniac, baker's salt, and muriate of ammonia. Happily, the lives of men of science are unlike those of politicians, inasmuch as the good they do lives after them; it is the evil which is interred with their bones. There was not any complaint of fixed pain in the abdomen. Lime in powder is ader in preserving animal and vegetable sub- ded in order to take up the oxalic acid, and stances from putrefaction, it has been giv- the carbonaceous matters which are minen with a view to its antiseptic effects, gled with the juice. We are asked to state that I'rofessor Roy and those who work witli him in the pathology department do not in any way hold themselves committed to an acceptance of any of the various theories regarding the relation of Koch's comma bacillus to Asiatic cholera, but have undertaken to carry out these inoculations because there is a demand for them, and because they can only be safely undertaken with the precautions which are possible in a properly-equipped laboratory. Birth and death the universal limits of their existence; an areolar, contractile tissue, containing within its laminse fluids or gases in motion, the general essence of its structure; substances almost all susceptible of conversion into fluids or gases, and combinations capable of an easy and mutual transformation, the basis of their chemical composition.

Further communications on the same subject have been received through the Privy Council since the last session of the Council, and will be laid before the members. With antimony and nitre, and particularly for mange, surfeit, grease, hidebound, or want of condition; and it is a useful ingredient in the cough and fever ball. Pierced with deep anguish at the ravages of the monster smallpox. MiUigan, Guthrie, Forfarshire, to LETTERS, NOTES, AND ANSWERS TO COMMUinCATIONS FOB THE CtJKBENT WEEK'S JOURNil, SHOniD BEACH THE Office kot Later than Midday Post on Wednesday. Two pieces of flannel should be kept in readiness, each about two and a half or three yards long, with the ends sewed together to admit of the boiling water being wrung out of them; the coarser the flannel the better, as it retains the heat better, and white flannel Fomentations with poppy heads are liked by some persons; but the heat and moisture are the chief, if not sole agents. Besides this acute poisoning by alcohol, there are also cases of chronic or slow poisoning, infinitely more numerous, and quite as deadly in the long run, as those of acute poisoning.

Creosote, one drop, with gum arable; mucilage, one drachm; and water, one ounce, three times a day; or it may be given in pills, Professor Berndt cured a case by eight drops, daily, of creosote. Edited by Professors Allen Thomson, Handbuch der gesammten Arzneimittellehre. It conveys nothing to the lungs, or from them. Cupboards,'cabinets, desk, etc., also a small" tinder box cupboard" on the first floor. A tertian fever returning every clay; i-very other day there are two paroxysms, and but one in the intermediate one. Vinegar of squills boiled with honey.


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