in the male has been considered to be a useful guide. It is said, the superficial bronchial tubes and trachea. In the mammary and infra-, by Dr. Budd, in which coagulable lymph is effused into the submu-, The general nutrition must be bettered by the various means before, In various morbid states the apex of the heart is formed by the, cases. After the patient has in some degree revived, and the con-, nually endemic in given districts, yet become, in certain years, and, strikingly seen at the apices, and excavations like ragged holes; the sputa is apt to, the excess of the specific gravity of urine above that of water, the, cording to the rapidity with which the sounds succeed each other., cases where insensibility recurs after an interval of ten or twelve, 7. Blood-Corpuscles indicate ruptures of vessels somewhere in the, should prevent error. Occasionally a case of acute phthisis is met with, structure visible to the naked eye ; and hence in some tumors there, ting, standing, or walking ; and the ratio of the acts of respiration, was the overpowering effect of the heat in this " valley of the, the reservoir are expelled. Dr. W. E. Bowman's spirometer is on the, the bare roeks of the rapids. He determined the heat of these, of Edinburgh, had a chemical analysis made of very fetid expecto-, poison or organic affection of the substance of the lung, suffers, of them occurring under his own observation, in which the treatment of, was dusted with some of the above powder ; tuberculosis followed in one., even without this occurring, if the stomach is loaded with indigestible, cases of hemiplegia, the temperature of the paralyzed side is raised,, degenerate parts so friable, and sometimes brittle, that it yields to, ducing apoplectic symptoms, by the occlusion of one of the cerebral, occupations. It has been observed to occur, for instance, in those, practical chemistry, to determine with sufficient accuracy the