force of the circulating current, so as to prevent excitement during

In the second form, where, it would seem, the blood is, from the outset,

into ulcers merelv from reflex spasmodic contraitiuns of ilir inii>.i n-

mon in true apoplexy. The eyes were fixed, and turned slightly up-

the pain is very intense, relief may be given by the application of

cancer cell-elements " in quantity may be described by the following

was 120, and weak. Her fasces and urine had been voided in bed.

be given beyond an occasional purge, and no advantage results from

surgical operation said to be much in use amongst the native Chi-

associated with gout, rheumatism, and syphilis are the circumstances

chest ; and on its being removed, a large linseed poultice should be

colic. They are unsafe horses to own for they may t)loat up

eyelids unaffected. As a rule, also, the paralysis due to a cerebral

the symptoms, generally due to a renewed extravasation. The

calomel, given for the purpose of inducing mercurialism, has any

of our present knowledge on the subject by Dr.Westphal, of Berlin, transla-

The Mind, though not capable of continued exertion, is generally

neath the ribs. Its inferior border turns off almost at right angles

human being. It possesses fewer capillary vessels ; and they be-

" Indeed," he remarks, " so great are the differences in constitutions,

In Insanity, if a part of the body be diseased, the Imagination

ig. Full-time Fcetus. — The common and secondary connec-

nervous substance ; (3.) The physiological relations of the several

tion, which the above organic results of ulceration severally imply, the

of galvanism and shampooing of the paralyzed limbs. Two or

features appear shrunken and very sallow; the conjunctivas yellow.

tions are pre-eminently tonic ; and are especially useful when the

tympanitic as the clavicle is approached. Over the clavicle the sound is

a wine unless the amount is absurdly excessive. One vintage some-

into another, till at length they gradually subside. In the adult

the blood, arrests the actions on which the absorption of exudation-

atrophy of the optic nerve, which may be complete (Bouchut).]