Cabbages, efpecially the Scotch kale and the great American cabbage, are reckoned preferable to turnips, in point of health as wfell as fpeed in fattening, and it is faid, that one acre of them will go as far as three of turnips: but it is to be obferved, that in ufing them, efpecially for milch-cows, the withered or decayed leaves Ihould be dirown away, beoiufe they are thought to give a bad tafte to the milk. With us, the season of sheep-shearing is a season of rejoicing; and the manner in which tbe important work is conducted, and the dexterity of tbe shearers, are, to those not accustomed to rural life, replete with interest and amusement.

Will be often found in the sac an ounce or two reviews of fluid, poured out at the time of the death-agony and immediately after. In other words it is an immature red blood corpuscle. Such as came in strangers, soon after went out bridegrooms, and returned sons-in-law, having married the daughters of their landlords who first entertained them; yea, those yeomen in whose houses they harboured, soon became gentlemen, gaining great estates." Edward strengthened both his purse and his country by these judicious steps. As there is no pus under tension in these cases the kidney pelvis drains well. Johne found granules upon certain grains, especially of barley, whose free end was covered with a mycophytic growth which presented much similarity to a mass of actinomyces. For, while tetanus may occur in consequence of any kind of wound, it does occur much more frequently after contused wounds with penetration of foreign bodies. It may have been present and then disappeared; it ceases when permanent contractions occur, so that the case can not be regarded as exceptional if the tremor is found on inquiry to have been present at some previous time and is now absent. Any one who has followed the ups and downs of the psychasthenic on his progress towards health, and who has felt in his heart the uncertainty of the final outcome, will, I am sure, welcome any tangible guidepost to which he may point to support his contentions of ultimate success.

Treves, are unusual articles in a treatise on medicine, are of great value write upon the various Diseases of the Peritoneum. A person wades into the water up to the chin; and, having his head covered with an empty calabash, or gourd, approaclies the place where are the ducks; which, not regarding an objecc of this kind, suffer him freely to mix with them.

The two outermost are also edged with In addressing his note, the male turtle-dove makes use of a variety of winning attitudes, cooing at the same time in the most gentle and soothing strains.

The Bath Trustees received a letter from the local Tuberculosis Association in Holyoke, Mass., asking for a generous number of the leaflets on the care of tlie teeth.

The eyes fhoiild be wafhed with the liquids three or four times a day, and a cloth dipped in them Oiould be applied between whiles.

It moved slightly with inspiration. This generally occurs whenever anything has arisen to ruffle their tempers. If carried further, there was a sensation of comfortable fatigue; and beyond that, exhaustion; beyond that still there would be such exhaustion that the patient would probably be discouraged from coming back again. In such instances the diagnosis of scrofula can usually be made from a careful study of the history of the patient and from the extremely chronic character of the inflammation and its slow development, the tendency to cell-proliferation and to caseation Congenital or acquired syphilis may be confounded with scrofula. I find that if you have seen a disorder with your own eyes, even though only once, the cliances are fair that you will recognize it next time; tlie difficulty is to think of, in you have never yet had occasion to meet. This treatment was kept up for about six months. BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL The Present Status of Spinal Anes Appendicitis in Infancy and Childhood. The serum, or whey, constitutes a great proportion of the milk.

There is no more interesting employment in adwancing years than that of learning languages. The motor disturbance may be first indicated by a peculiar restlessness of the child, who is not rarely punished for fidgeting. Form of this instrument is that suggested by Hammond, and shown in is attached for indicating the distance of the points apart: profile. In almost every instance there is coexistent tuberculous disease in other parts, caseous foci in the lungs or in the bronchial glands (particularly in children), tuberculous pleurisy, or bone disease. The cardiac orifice of the stomach lies to the left of the body of the ninth dorsal vertebra (Holden). It has been suggested that we take a rising vote of thanks to Dr. The Perigord are generally hlaek, with a very sliort thick neck, and a broad compact carcass. Henderson," should be left fasting for full twenty-four hours before being killed; and, after the carcass has hung all night, it should be laid upon its back upon a strong table. He did not think there was any difference in the effect on a tumour whether the skin was there or whether it was not, as he did not believe the skin cut off' any rays which were useful in the treatment of cancer.


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