palsy of the intercostal and abdominal muscles. If the paralyzing, kidney. The hereditary constitution of the body is of great im-, an intermittent blowing, sometimes soft, sometimes sharp sound,, fourth to one-third more of the thoracic cavity. The evidences of pul-, sionally be felt somewhat enlarged, but neither pain,, nor altered, tion to prove this position." (Oil Diseases of the Joints.) Dr. T. K., spasms, strabismus, or prolonged convulsive attacks., exactly similar to those of an aneurismal sac. The cavity of this, wind, its force, the season of the year, the time of the day, and, vinegar and water, alum and water, or diluted alcoholic liquors, are, are " blood diseases and something more." They not only exhibit an, tinguishing these two classes of cases by chemical examination of, of a decoction ; or from one to two drachms of a saturated tincture, instead of two lines it may measure four. The carnece columnar, and, Such carefully-prepared and finely-powdered bran may be obtained, serous membranes may, perhaps, now be detected, if listened for in, when the disease is unilateral, the right side is more likely to be its, obliterated, presenting considerable resistance to the knife., liable to rickets than where raw milk is use<l, but in the, white leucorrhceal-like secretion (corpuscular elements of inflamma-, and Sieveking, p. 526). The diphtheritic exudations described by