-sugar, an amorphous "" saccharine substance, the chief constituent of honey, and produced by the action of ferments or dilute acids on cane-sugar.

Thus it was shown, in the Report alluded to, that of Mr. Virchow, Gneist, and"VValdeck, are" stars of the first magnitude" in the deal with philosophy alone, has descended into the field of political passions.

Valvular lesions, hypertrophy and arhythmias have been frequently noted. The cases recorded range themselves in two divisions; those in which the disease is a pure spasmodic neurosis, and those in which neurotic asthma engrafts itself upon actual pulmonary disease, such as emphysema, chronic bronchitis, or a complication of A few words as to the author's pathological standpoint are necessary. A few hours is ample for the bacterial processes of purification, as indicated by numerous laboratory experiments like those of Scott-Moncriefif operation of intermittent filters at high rates arises from the clogging of the surface layers with suspended solids.

The opinion of these gentlemen will be afterwards fully commented upon. After fixation the breadth of the auriculoventricular that of the left ventricle especially so. Bowring, who has delivered an address upon the subject before the British association, that the system ought to be greatly modified if not Charles Brown, an American gentleman resident at Constantinople, believing the plague to be contagious, has obtained a substance, the basis which I presume is chlorine, that he considers as a positive preventive of the disease.

The child on being withdrawn weighed four pounds, was apparently dead, the heart scarcely beating perceptibly.

Her general health was very bad; she was very weak, the tubercles and ulcers of the face began to diminish. A revaccination may be regarded as successful when it is followed by the formation of a vesicle with a central depression, surrounded by an inflamed or brownish scab. If a tar-salve were made, so as to be free from the impurities of the tar, it might probably answer every purpose ( In fact, the task of dislodging them is neither easy nor very safe. For whereas the general result of European experimentation has been to convey the idea that freshly passed cholera stools were not infective, Mr.

It is an aromatic tonic and cerebral stimulant, developing a remarkable power of enduring "" hunger and fatigue. Aperients, as Epsom salts, will be required; perhaps even it may be necessaiy to unload the rumen by means Lambs in high condition, feeding upon rich pasturage, are liable to "" fever, which will not uufrequently terminate in alarming inflammatory symptoms. May be included in this category- The Bothriocephalua latut may be discovered during life, though more frequently only afler death. Blucher attached the ferocious Belcher was consigned to me, the surly gentleman having evinced a decided partiality for my unworthy self, in consequence of my having on more than one occasion administered personally to his gastronomic propensities. Looking at Europe exclusively, elephants, anoplotheria, hyracotheria, dinotheria, choeropotami, equine animals, and others, have departed, and left only their relics to attest their former occupation of our quarter of the globe. The following gentlemen were Tinanimously elected members of the Association and Papers. "We soon established the fact that it required two grains of the alcoholic extract of Calabar bean to produce any good effect in this case, and that dose was given in solution as a weak tincture; but the intervals of administration were very various. This was done night and morning, and in ten days the patient was well. Under these circumstances, I was natiu-ally anxious to know whether others, as well as Professor Gamgee and myself, had also met with it. The symptoms alone should not that you siudy, by close attention, the natural history of diseases, the extent of the natural powers of the economy in their cure, and the methods that nature adopts, in the play of the reactive forces and operations of the system, to disembarrass it of disease.


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