was given, largely diluted in mucilaginous liquids, five grains up

and the ribs. If the spaces are struck on one side, they should also

by post-mortal examinations, have been reported. One of the most in-

from being useful, I believe bloodletting to be injurious, and favors, in-

ounce to one ounce of the medicated fluid should be atomized at each

recurrent bilious attacks ; (c) Tliomas G., xt. loJ years, nocturnal

of the scrofulous diseases themselves, when completely developed,

influence of exertion going up a hill or up stairs, and the influence

that of the healthy districts ; and there can be no doubt that there

ing its epithelial coat; this power ceasing on death. Pavy has proved this view to

moderate intensity, with little or no febrile disturbance ;" (3.) Gonor-

which subdue the inflammatory tendency, indicate such a connec-

The absence of bile from the stools is indicated by their pipe-clay

before whom he might be brought would satisfy their doubts by

fifty, and becomes after sixty one of the most common and fatal of the

as follows : (1.) Superficial meningeal effusions, five cases ; (2.) Within

mucosum, limited to that structure, and exactly resembling that of

The physical conditions which lessen the quantity of air are — (1.)

According to the duration of the disease, and the rate at which the con-

labour and care. This was not a paper which lent itself very much

system becomes congested, the face becomes bloated and dusky, the

ously used. The iodide of potassium has been much recommended

morning with a ilesh brush or coarse towel is the best preventive,

sternum — 4. e., about three inches below the clavicle on that side.

or acute inflammation of the bowel, but there is often a deep-

as to press down on the papillae and cause ulcerative absorption of them ;

themselves to new conditions, carefully, regulating their mode of