speaks of a person who thought himself a goose-pie, a circumstance

superficial, the pleurae are more or less adherent and thickened, fre-

recognized as a commingling of these two — modifications of them —

on looking at his face in the looking-glass, he may verify the obser-

mode of treatment is advantageous ; and it may be laid down as a

vascular system is thin, the vessels are transparent, more distensible,

of the joints is established before the accession of the fever.

Maitland, in 1836, obtained crystals of pure sugar from the serum

ease, but without any marked alteration in the size of the heart's

The latter certainly exercise some influence on the process of retrograde

In this part of its course it is still within the pericardial sac, and

thetic nerve to the liver, and so excites its glycogenic function. This

pulse is sometimes rapid, sometimes hardly to be felt ; and the

of the heart in the minute will thus greatly tend to the filling of the

of France have proscribed the steeping of flax, " la rouissage," even

soluble in dilute hydrochloric acid, but insoluble in ammonia and

be painted over the lips and mucous membrane of the mouth and tongue.

ulcer frequently disappears after a gastro-cnterostomy. Wliat