and yet no appreciable change be detected in any part of the cere-

are seen to consist almost entirely of colorless corpuscles, distin-

ing the head over steam, and the warm bath, are equally or even

high authority, that at least four-fifths of the females among the

through lesions of certain organs rather than others are still un-

named writers, which includes the stations of Western Africa, St.

of the pelvic loop had evidently interfered with the passage of

are, like those of the thorax, already described, quite arbitrary;

which indicate the approach of a paroxysm— the commencement

glycerine, and one ounce of lard. In one of Addison's, liquor plumbi

In one case the colon had not rotated and was lying on the left

indeed, is a good guide for prognosis. As in typhoid fever and other

valuable and interesting the results arrived at may be, they yet cannot

being allowed to be trampled into dust on the floors of the work-rooms.

dorsum of the tongue must then be depressed by some flat body,

first so strenuously and ably advocated by Sir James Clark, that

up under the following points: (1.) Small puckered cicatrices with

established, after Frey, Ecker, and Kolliker, that the peculiar cells of the

When Sir James Clark, in 1835, published his treatise on pulmo-

percussion. In the female it can only be confounded with preg-

often extending along the lining membrane of the aorta.

save him from fatigue and danger. The vascular system of an

and those of the Nervous System generally, a large share of his

has been two years and three months ; of those terminating fatally,

delicate and transparent. The spaces or alveolar loculi vary from

year, at Mecklenburg, New York. Again a few cases happened in New

perforation of the pulmonary pleura from without inwards, as in

Even if a pulse-trace fails to indicate any specific lesion, the