the following empirical formula (Parkes) : Multiply the following figures

protrude through the diaphragm, the pain may be very intense

ciple being to apportion the amount of food necessary to sustain the

the heart is to lower its pulsations, but not to weaken them, and hence,

except so far as each was due to a specific poison (Med. Times and Ga-

2.012 grammes, = 31.11 grains, with a range of 45 per cent, above

impulse may be felt during life. The base of the heart is on a line

have been enumerated have been recently classed by Virchow, Bil-

during the late war, one man in every ten dying from it. In one of the

it is supplied with bloodvessels. (5.) Generally a constant or con-

could, or would, abidingly and earnestly follow the necessary hygienic

Delirium not infrequently occurs ; it ma} 7 be mere wandering, or violent,

chloride of sodium is absent, the specific gravity measures pretty

lungs, If it comes away in dark colored clots, it is, in all

The Committee beheves that at present the only means by which

consequence of the primary affection. The disease of the blood-

sidered decidedly unfavorable if it exceeds 9 or 10 per cent. ; a

having actually demonstrated this. We know that the bloodves-

occurrence of a temporary hallucination that we can explain the

pear, nor is there the gradual improvement which takes place after

one exception) till the} T have elaborated such lymph in the lym-

the result of injury or disease of the bones of the skull ; and in such

his observation was intimately connected with the observation of

with the second sound, which is more quick, short, and clear, and

are probably for the most part with less noxious materials, and

the brain — in the latter form the muscles are flaccid. Active tonic

phritis, being first increased and then diminished, and is usually bright