when the murmur arises for the first time under observation, or when it

sion of the chest in the infra and sitpra-clavicular regions on the

article on empyema by a writer — his name has escaped me — that

of fatigue is improving to it (and to all faculties or functions), but

which is sometimes almost as sudden in its invasion as a stroke of light-

the articular inflammation, is explicable by the greater quantity of

tion, emitting a foetid, purulent odor; and death will result

walk. In some of the recorded cases the first symptoms were observed

closely to approach the color of jaundice, differing from it only in

posits in the lungs, the liver, or the brain, are the records of its