other hand, copious partial perspirations are common, particularly
nature is clearly established, must be guided by the rules already
muscle-tissue in the first case are given.* Dr. T. K. Chambers reported
nal to the bowel, 31 J per cent. ; strictures (including a few tumors)
fourth day, with delirium and a somnolent state, with an ichorous
[In Rupia escharotica the system must be supported by full diet, stim-
the affected muscles, and the amount of diminution is in direct proportion
but fever does not exist. The body-temperature tends to sink be-
cumulation of a large quanttty of urea in the blood did not increase the
at the roots of the hairs of the beard. The disease generally ap-
many observing and thoughtful physicians dietetic treatment is
to believe that the one is converted into the other. Rokitansky
Times and Gazette, 1854, p. 391) regarding various phenomena in
Class II. — Sediments forming in the Urine after Secretion, but
developed ; but chronic bronchitis remains persistent. On this point
fications of the mixed nerve pass to the surface of the part which
seldom occur during the early periods of lactation, nor until the
With regard to the second objection the Committee apprehends