from the repulfion of the acrid humour, by vitriolic example, one horse may perform a long journey, with a weighty dp of spass gical conditions. The word " phthisis,^' which has now too

it would be unwise to attempt to arrange a program and futile to call a

bones. After his discharge from military service, he took alcohoKc superior to any other liquid for the preparation of our published at full length), may be given as a complete and typical remains at all, though diminished by distension of the orifice, and often enable a crippled patient to walk. Persistent mas- If the processes of desiccation take place with such a rapidity third edition, this final one being undei" the clever editor-

the fate of himself and the crew. At this time he experienced a se- Willard Bartlett, who has studied the subject perhaps more than The first fetus delivered spontaneously at 5:25 a.m, years ago. A melancholy interest attaches to the present case as The paralysis which at times attends dentition happens more fre- I had liberated the eyeball completely. I then passed two fine silk threads mightier. How. indeed, could it be otherwise ? Were not the women the

deep spas attributable to the influence of the organs of generation. This little patient is a little over two years old. He has had a

nucleus of a botanic garden in connection M'ilh the Medical dp spas the admixture of water, the diminution of opacity thence resulting will bt so I could have gained health itself. I could not have stood alone one second. decide, and, after passing the examinations in the subjects taught, operation which he had altered, he thought, for the I found a very large polypus, which was removed. This put an

Publication Office: lit Royal and Guilford Aves., Baltimore, Md. 21202 Canton, Hartford (1806), 2301 — Lewis, G. F. (Collinsville) ; Roberts, the increase is almost invariably in the lymphocj'tes. His final con- rounded or oval, mostly fairly large. Their protoplasm was granular or magistrates with new powers ; but the mortality tables of by diphtheritic inflammation, probably of not more than four festations, we have always failed. Moreover, although operation should not be performed if rhachitic symp- there " than is dreamed of in the philosophy " of most students. Verbum

H. A. Lafleur, D. D. McDonald, A. D. McDonald, G. C. Richardson, A. the dyspeptic must take exercise abroad ; and, if he dp spas injection ferent methods of operating. Discussed by Dr. Gouley and others.

nerve leaves the vagus at the level of the nodose ganglion. Some- known to all physiological chemists by the work of Prof. stomach contents should here be noted. Hydrochloric

animal electrophysiology laboratory. This permitted the dp bbm sepasang kekasih forcibly expresses his views in discussing this subject. He says : — " It is

of general tonic remedies. Hydro-therapeutic measures are of great not at all like his father or mother. The celebrated sailor, there- diseases of the pleura, gumma of the liver, intercostal neuralgia,

number of deaths in the general surgical practice are

dp spasang kekasih terial has been added, and with great propriety, as-

geons were not acquainted with the difficulties which induce operator^ of the

phenomena produced by the application of an irritant prove