sults. It was that of a young woman aged seventeen, who had

persons who consult physicians owe their diseases in some way to

their lives ; but temporary, if any, abatement of sufferings follows

to regulate the bowels by such remedies as may be necessary, and at

ics ought at the same time to be freely given. The compound tinc-

before the pleuritic effusion has been absorbed and the patient re-

nerve, yet their subjective origin may " be due to some injury done

down by Wunderlich — namely, that the intensity of cases of pneu-

the cheek, and so replace it on the tongue. Pronunciation of cer-

chest are much loaded with fat, the impulse is scarcely perceptible

to cold applications and tonic remedies as the basis of a rational

and Dr. Bright. Dr. Baillie states that he once saw pus effused

penter has called this " expectant attention," and every shade of sensa-

preserved. If sitting, the patient continues to sit ; if standing, he con-