increased, the thermometer indicating a temperature of 100°, 105°

bitartrate of potass, will be found most efficacious, by restoring a

The new apparatus for the graduation of the pressure of the tactile

sighing sound, not to be described, whose probable site of production is

ered that a complete and general metamorphosis of the inflamma-

occurring from apnoea. (2.) In the circumscribed form of gangrene

with firm oedema and wide-open hair follicles, or wide adhesion of

mends it at every turn,— Jiqllen, M€<iicine,

herd its destruction could only be effected through the Local

this statement made many years ago by the writer {Practical Treatise

press the acidity as equal to so many grains of crystallized oxalic

Medical Department at Netley there are preparations showing the

pared with the symptoms and pathology of that peculiar cachexia

very badly ventilated, in the years 1834—1847, 51.4 per 1000 died from

supposition that the attack has been associated with simple plethora.

phatic disease Mr. Paget does not consider a serious obstacle to an

The present position of our knowledge of the structure and

jaundice from functional disorder (perhaps four out of five) will get

confusion in carrying out regulations for lx>th " Measles "' and

ing been shaved, a strong ointment of the iodide of potassium com-

and the dyspnoea is great, Dr. Bowditch recommends operation

and general lessened vitality of the system, furnish, no doubt, a large

and of all alcoholic beverages weak brandy and water is the safest.

applying an ointment composed of thirty drops of chloroform in one

The diseases about to be considered are essentially characterized

circulation through the lungs." Spitting of blood may even precede

are no outward signs of the lesion to attract attention. Pallor,

Such carefully-prepared and finely-powdered bran may be obtained

lids, is the sign of cerebral lesion, and indicates a more serious dis-

at the chest, and generally seeks advice after suffering and discom-

especially in great irritation of the cord, as in attacks of epilepsy