first natural over the whole chest ; subsequently it may be slightly ex-

along with — (4.) Atrophy of the tubular epithelium of the tubes

which progresses slowly, very insidiously, and is too often irremedi-

standing the existence of one or more cavities, it often lasts many

The duration of the disease is such that acute pleurisy sometimes

glands, or (6), reflex, as the irritation of teething, indigestible food, worms

Every two or three days this operation should be repeated. If the

peculiar degeneration into fibrinous matter of the muscular sub-

deficiency of the saline ingredients of the blood ; and while there is

may even shiver. There is also thirst, and a feeling of internal

from Mr. Batchley, of 362 Oxford Street, London, near the Pan-

mur, and broncho- vesicular respiration, followed by tubal breathing and

attack. The following case, given by Dr. Gooch, will best exemplify

Causes, Nature, and Morbid Anatomy. — Bronchial dilatation, in the

Chickentox, Rubell.^, and Mlmps, l>eing of such slight im-

consequently, when destructive myelitis extends throughout the

Of these, clarets may be chemically considered the best, then Bur-

rately between diseases of one part of the brain or of its membranes

entirely to drugs. Dr. Prout, who considered it merely as a form of

curred an enormous secretion of it, of a dark color, and loaded with

to 1862 inclusive, full information respecting the health of the army

thetic — e.g., the vesical phenomena, also the phenomena of irregular

patients from diseases of the heart during a period of six years —

any manifestations of mental impairment of the nature of insanity.

sufficient to indicate the existing tendency. The " fades hysterica "