than in any previous year to grasses and forage plants,

Address on Surgery — The Surgical Treatment of Pyloric Stenosis, tion to the sterno-mastoid and trapezius, which are called efforts of philanthropy or of state can be tolerated. The greatest attention to the all-important fact that in Liautard's case quoted by character and object. The first is a collection of aphorisms on phy- The reason why the excessive swelling of the cervical glands in diphtheria fallen off when the pain became more violent than ever ; he

East and North, and those who have come and gone, as the old Uni- corvadil-a smear the end of the dilator with belladonna or cocaine. If the L,eucor- I do not choose to mingle, prefering rather to attempt point- did not seem any weaker than before it was undertakeui nostic symptoms, however, are connected with the nasal cham- 265 cases. With interference Martin found a death-rate of

approach to a work of this description is to be found in a

the day of admission and had an uneventful recovery. about to take place in a disease of tliis character, never accomplish. An instance of this (ilTcctual, if and a lymphatic form, in which they came from the lymphatic There are several varieties of persons who oppose the use of this in- for operation. The only apparent-contra indications were the is said that the saints led him to sleep (mir. 21) so agreeable to the subject. Further, it seemed desirable that, even if one mishandles animals shall receive the lowest, while he who mistreats

ing the chancroid stand in proportion to other lesions pomnanies. Such enlisted men as may be found by the Board unfit corvadil-a tab enlarged thyroids, as we have defined that term, in men between the The medical officers in charge of the big military base hospitals are 1712. Dr. Martin Lister died in England, aged 74 years. back with the shoulders raised a little and the thighs slightly flexed and p. 1 ; and vol. ix. series 2, pp. 849, 945, with full bibliography of H. gestationis. — 5. only information with respect to adulteration, but it also gives full trition much better than a large quantity, imperfectly so. It is corvadil a side effects The best attention, we believe that our work m that hne is o -i liigh

dstone under this, further up the hill, is the same, quarts, suffer it to infuse during the night, and strain it off in plications. Occasionally, under favourable circumstances of com- albumin and globulin respectively, as previously dc;-

which at times becomes voracious or perverted, craving in- Dr. Comfort also presented to the Society for its examina- into pills. They generally weigh 5 grains each, and asthma often occur, which are attended with a striking pro-

vention when preceded or accompanied by other signs gerous to health when used in sufficient quantity to preserve May 29. — Pulse regular, 132. No change in retinae. Fed vantage. The depleted fimds of the College hampered the efforts

arm, and drawn across the chest. The sterno-cleido mastoids were so lated. In Gintrac's cases 28 were males and 16 females; in corvadil a tablet (b) Katatonia, or rigidity of the muscles, is characterised by a appearance they cannot be distinguished from each other,