quiring a large quantity of nerve-power, as in the Torpedo, Gym-

I think, about the general average. The ;unounl of fluid v.iried

impressed upon the mind of the attendant: Place the patient

known to be recovering when the stomach craves for food as the

Constitutional Origin of Scrofula Departing from the limited con-

keep upon their feet in a mild attack and, if so, are most

only by light percussion ; and the lower boundary can only be de-

sensation and voluntary motion in all those parts of the body sup-

bowels are almost always confined ; and the stools are firm, dry, clay-

indicated. The local applications most useful are solutions of nitrate

the pulse becomes rapid and feeble, the tongue brown and dry, and

the mischief which has already occurred ; for in patients that have

The gummatous nodule has now been recognized and described

the form of small masses of brownish pigment scattered through

The principal causes of Thrush and Canker are filth from

that no general rules for its management can be laid down. If there is

almost to block up the passage of the fauces. The diagnostic symp-

The chief cause of the extraordinary frequency of phthisis in the Euro-

canal, and afterwards being driven in the hot sun; over-work

noting resolution, and especially when the expression of the phe-

the Brompton Hospital for consumption. From these records it

length according to the duration of the previous systola, and ac-

(8.) Harsh, rude, broncho-vesicular (Flint), vesiculobronchial, (Da

not remove the symptom glycosuria, will, in a large number of cases, give

severe cases the mane and tail will fall off, leaving the horse a

rheumatism are referable to the presence of lactic acid developed

consists — (1.) Of the external portion formed by that part of the

Ships also afford additional evidence of the truth of the hypoth-

where mitral, and still more often aortic murmurs have been gener-

patient, as in cases of Bell's paralysis, where the trunk of the nerve

health. The general circulation is feeble, the weak pulse and cold

tumor may present to the naked eye the character of encephaloid,

1. Course of the Pyrexia, as measured especially by the Thermometer and the