age, so that old wines of the sweet sort may be less pernicious, as

of the case. If the pain extends very low down, it may simulate

Universal debility, extreme prostration, anxiety, dyspnoea, numb-

the vessels and easy passage, of blood through the capillaries, are

early union arrest of growth occurs at that part of the skull, while

and muscular contractions become more and more uncontrollable

" I am the Christ." In a similar case, tried before Lord Mansfield,

buck did of continued fever, when they referred it to inflammation of the

weekly ; and during the same period the weight of the body has

thesis requires that the contraction should not be transitory, but persist-

istence — a prey to fever and dysentery. He is unequal to all labor,

of persons are together): "Considering that the pleuro-pneumonia

Histologically, there is no real difference between these two

Granular Degeneration — In the early stage the kidney is not much

rapid pulse; rumbling of the bowels, — if the ear is applied to

as to render the summit a horizontal line of some length. In the

As to painful affections of the joints, it has been stated by the same

cut off the hard-working men of the intellectual class — e. g., the

clear fluid; there are no blood-cells (Waters). The lining membrane of

sinus, in which case there is only ischsemia. Or the inflammation may

To learn how to adapt our present remedies to the exigencies of

gangrene (as I have repeatedly observed), which are probably capa-

that at first sight bears some resemblance in the objective symptoms to

an average excess of 2 lbs. over the weight of the opposite sound lung ;

low such an event : either — (1.) That the pus would be passed off

the throat, and cough-spells are easily brought on, the spray should be

skilled observers. The frequent latency of the disorder, the obscurity

pneumonia ameliorated by large doses of this medicine ; for neither

of the cord cause the cord to seem flat in its antero-posterior diam-

of a child who has been irritated or put out of temper. Such

Sedatives, or agents which modify directly the condition of the

general. Nay, more, of warding off the attacks, lengthening the intervals

not yet satisfactory. . . . My own examinations of the capillaries lead

shall have been observed under circumstances Avhich completely fulfil

other, which is vertical, with its other end lying in the medicated liquid ;