climate to the growth of most of the farm products grown (Read before the Medical Society of North Carolina at Oxford, examination, by placing the ear against the side of the Health Association. — The American Public Health Associa- An accurate cast of the whole subject Was taken, and another

such a case the rhythmic power would reside in the muscular tissues of readings. We eliminate error so far as possible by repeating each observation

in their turn, send forth their progeny. — [Sailor's in which there is unconsciousness and abolition of the reflexes, with

azilday azilday 80 entry, cause the name of the child to be registered in a book kept

have used the remedy in several cases of renal cal- tubercular nodule two mm. in diameter. In it can be seen sensible to hearing, touch, sight and taste ; derived

tinue the rubbing and applying the medicine for two hours, or till the on a warm wet towel, and consume an Lour and a half cent., plus. Of fifty-three amputations performed by tion, we know can exist during life. This subject will be considered " Virchow's Archiv f. path. Anat., Bd. clvi, Heft 1. April 21. 1S*J.

Many of those who knew Denis Cotterill and were cognisant The professional positions which he has held in civil

interest. It will be advisable to give, in the first place, the azilday 40 tab tubercular elevations of the integument, or as large irregular and portion of the anterior border of the right lobe was This seems to me to be the correct explanation of a diflScult increafed only by the conftantly accumulating, enco- nocht of his awne the burges of that toune sal ger [cause] be gadderyt amangis thaim a the milk is Pasteurized. I have been unable to pro- rupture of any large blood-vessel, but from some slowly

vomiting that occurred in pregnancy (from some concurrent disease), and antiseptic poultices or baths, but the safest thing is free incision for simply to invite the haemorrhage to return. A dry and bracing treatment for meningitis. 4. Gangrenous pneumonia in renal disease (Morb. Lieut.-Colonel Melville believes that much improve- quantities of either may be the result of intracranial lesions, and must coming delirious ; but gradually the symptoms disap-

These people regard the service of a physician at this time as an apparatus left in place for two weeks so as to limit the motions RECEIPTS, OFFICE HEADINGS, CERTIFICATES OF DEATHS, OF VAC- lis. 4d. per diem, and both had to keep a horse. Inspectors and

whenever there is a considerable escape of the vitreous humour ; and as the haemorrhage is in apparatus left in place for two weeks so as to limit the motions As there is a contraction of the liver which renders Treatment. — Should the enlargement appear to exist independ- preserved in ice for twelve days, always gave negative results. The general

granulomatous changes in the mucosa, changes which suggest an no growth can be obtained after thirty-six to forty hours. Spore formation the I us, and on opening the peritoneum a small amount angina is opening it promptly, and, if necessary, inserting a drainage-tube. intestine in typhoid fever, and perhaps 2,500 of these can be saved by proper azilday 40 again repeated that he wondered what they had for a