which spots on the skin appear. Petechial fever, has been proposed by Dr. G-. B.

In the case of " contacts " who have not had the disease, the

a dangerous form of paralysis, it is one from which recovery is very

with such cases of disordered bowels in adults ; and in children at

Cedar and deal are the best woods for the purpose. The denser

breathing becoming stertorous, death following by coma on the

classic work On Climate). The late Dr. Hennen's experience con-

stomach and intestinal canal be the seat of the spasmodic form of

digitalis. It is in many cases proper to add half a drachm to a

and rectum are usually intact ; in fact the patients appear to be in good

the hip-joint, and if they are slightly pinched or drawn from the

(b) This is not meant to apply to " contacts " attending as

2j inches from the sternum. Considirable jKiin. Treated by the

stance of the brain, forming so many apoplectic spots (Boyer). The

most justly observed, that if it is to be looked upon as a consequence of unresolved

celerity of the blood, and consequent loss of relation between the con-

with rapid and progressive emaciation. No one during the march

from each other by the oesophagus, the trachea, and the projection

some cases there is now and then a slight and transient flush. Di-

one or more limbs, independent of any well-defined cause, have been

and humidity, but they also follow the physiological habits of the

the left ventricle — namely, that which occurs in aortic stenosis — is

combination of iron and alum, are of great benefit ; and, as a change,

more rapid the afflux, the more quickly the pressure in the arteries

that have been relaxed. Then allow a longer rest than would

region explored. The anterior regions give a much clearer sound than