the disease : (1.) Absence of pain and any acute tenderness of the

quick oven, for about half an hour. The cakes when baked should be a

is little abridged ; so that premature death is almost in all cases

less " fold of Treves, and the terminal part of the ileum, adhere to

commonly called. The method was devised by Liebig, and its

are affected, the more immediate seat of the hemorrhage is usually

wines (15 to 28 per cent.) undiluted should therefore be discouraged

view, are admirably treated of by Dr. Leared in his little book on

Murdoch, Dr Melville Dunlop, Dr Maxwell Williamson (M.O.H.),

potash and soda are present in the same relative proportion as in

toms, of cough, or of general debility, for some days before death.

more uric acid, in a soluble state, from the system than under ordi-

some correspondent change in the organs, yet, so long as we have

never rose above 101.4°. During the whole of the after-part of the

the change itself in the connective tissue ? This is still an unsolved

The greatest care ought to be given to the management of the

cluded portion upon the mesentery as an axis ; and the greater and

his misery, his mind sympathizes with his body. " For every par-

give the sensation of only one point : this is due to the slowness of

window to escape the policemen, whom he thought were coming to capture

Prognosis. — Partial peritonitis often terminates without in any

In 1848, Dr. Garrod, of London, published a paper in The Med.-

walls of the abscess must have a certain density, or their flaccidity

spot is seen in the middle of the gray translucent granule. This is the

face ; it is hsemic and distinct, made up of dark-red or purple spots

sides. These two portions are connected by the oblique fibres com-

penetrating still deeper into the cortical substance, and which grad-

inflammation of the membrane, but it may also arise from ul-

the case must be considered a slight one, according to the rule laid

just before his death he was observed to be breathless on ascending