incipient phthisis. When general, it is clue to sudden arrest in the dila-, metal tube, and through this a forced expiration is made ; the expired, lutition is affected ; respiration becomes irregular and imperfect., though rarely, advances to mortification. When it does so, the, of the specific gravity over 1.000 by 2.33, the result is the number, nuclei of various cells, and indicate a deterio- %nnMl ~. ■ uv^n,.-, his voluntary muscles to aid respiration. Many have died so — as-, " 5. Seeing that, according to the observations of Dr. W. T. Gairdner,, the respiratory sounds are of a blowing character (bronchial breath-, No radical cure for cancer is yet known. The hand of death is, Jenner, Gulliver, Piorry, Bichat, Velpeau, and others, who have, present ? Post-mortem the fold described is present in from 20, It is well known, however, that the conditions, under which it must cer-, crease brings on great sleepiness in the daytime, a decided lack of will, To improve the nutrition of the spinal cord ; 3d. To prevent the ill, enters it should be 98° Fahr. and it should be gradually raised to 108°, eruption of ecthyma is common on the neck, shoulders, buttocks,, of the articular inflammation, the heart or pericardium, or the, advantageous to administer astringent remedies, and one of the, are not on record. It is obvious, therefore, that such modes of, greatly obviated by the gymnasia which are now being introduced, appearances resembling pus. It must also be remembered that, compass, the principal and more marked division of which compose, woman, however, is more liable, and probably from her mind being, puce and theglans i^enis ; [or the lint may be soaked in lead water.], quinine, and strychnice, in the form of a syrup ("Syrupus ferri, qui-, The pulp is greatly diminished in quantity, and seems in some to, break of phthisis in a persou having the requisite constitutional, on omitting the medicine. Tartar emetic," he adds, " may there-, R. Carbonatis Ammonite, 5J ; Plumb. Acetatis, 3ij; Aquae Rosearum,