directions. After the lameness has subsided leave it alone

object, counteracted by another series which altogether diverge

tympanitis induces more or less dyspnoea. Hemorrhages from the

to which should be added five to ten minims of the tincture of

by the affected limb, being most forcible when the loss of volun-

resembles, such as measles), he may perhaps better appreciate the

in Guy's Hosp. Reports, Third Series, vol. xiii, 1868.

warm, vapor, or hot-air baths; rest; with colchicum in small, and