second part of a grain of phosphate of strychnia and one grain respec-
live ; but in others the depression amounts to despondency, with
modically approximated. They may separate widely, but instead of re-
pressure. [In the late epidemic in Ireland (lSGG-eT) the common form
out any suspicion of the spleen being affected. On examination,
numlx-r of different morbid conditions were repri>sented in this
the clot exists in the presence of these crystals. About the thirtieth
able to grasp the significance of the cases described as latent
tion of the thorax made by angles and curves formed by the bones com-
by Government for the physical training of recruits before and after
where, while in 1897-98 17 per cent, of the milk was tuberculous, it
to be reproduced after an operation for its extirpation than any
\_Rupia escharotica, the most severe variety of ecthyma, is met with in
it : at other times the pus will not flow on a simple incision, but
(March, Barclay), and Indian medical officers can bear witness,
exhaustion as among the causes of reflex paralysis, and without denying
and abdominal muscles are paralyzed, and incapable of assisting in
into by those who have the opportunity ; and let the initiative be
appear to have been the result of morbid states of the vessels of the
are large (Craig-ie, Bennett). The portion or spot about to soften
development, order of occurrence, and combination of the general
typical case is thus related by the late Dr. Brinton, whose mono-
erysipelas, gout, and trichinous disease (see page 843, vol. i).
opinion that if the corrupt and corrupting mass, in two cases which
cles begin to shrivel, the centre becomes yellow and opaque, and a yellowish