face generally, or the extremities are cold, friction with turpentine and

The mechanism both of the cardiac and venous anaemic murmurs have

gravity and the microscope), the unaided senses cannot enable us

been noticed, which may be thus shortly enunciated :

which some terebinthine material largely enters), which is only to

* [The production of actual disease by the habit of centring the attention on internal

alimentary canal ; in the peritoneum, arachnoid, or pleura ; in the

same conclusions, and unfavorable to Villemin's doctrine of specific tuber-

The student is referred for more information on these important

of its zeal. These Commissions have been put into communication

greatly interrupted, and of short duration. Deterioration of the

half three times a day, has been used with alleged success by Dr. James

forth, to return " laden with wealth," and so to minister to the nutri-

elapse before a cure is effected ; and the ansemic form is the most

labors, published in his recent work on Albuminuria, has been pronounced " the

Section I. — Diseases of the "Walls of the Thorax.

plied to the maintenance of animal heat, it has to be converted into

able. It is probable, though it is not absolutely proven, that all

posterior wall. In a sixth ca.se, where the patient died after opi-ra-

after meals, gluttony, drunkenness, and sedentary habits, and the

together that the movements of the lungs cause them to become

Moynihan -" expresses the opinion that the constancy with

My preference is for the ecraseur^ an instrument invented

vances to suppuration. It has been observed, however, sometimes

stance. Frerichs has " repeatedly observed diseased capillaries,

and specific growths which constitute the " cancers or malignant

From what has been written, it is therefore necessary to distin-

In mild cases a scruple of rhubarb, or half an ounce of castor oil,

can be relied on as a guide to the Physician in prescribing ; and