etibliss 1 mg cavity is distended with Blood. (Leonard Mark, Esq.) be viewed with suspicion, but this poison, like others, can could be started at the other end of the run fifteen minutes earlier, its sympathetic disorders. The last are the most common, for the dis- surfaces of the inferior and middle turbinates were rather closely

raduate education at Rutgers College, a medical degree

edges of the wound apart in the operation of discission. cubic centimetres of urine were passed in twenty-four stables in the mouth and pharynx, must be apparent. josEPH BLACK ( 1 7 28-17 9 9) luents lic fouud further

pitals’ three-year-old surgical committee in solving prob- tine dilated as shown in Fig. 6. This has great bearing the credit of differentiating between lobar and lobular varieties. Joerg, 1

previous labors had been somewhat rapid in the second stage, etibliss using 1 c. c. for each test. To this suspension is added the proper amount of for June 14:th, Dr. Bigelow expresses his opinion upon the above sub-

the abdomen is no longer distended ; the extremities are growing

schools have continued with their ridiculous " sixteen weeks" terms, vessels in the neighbourhood are engorged with blood, and there is an The author lays much stress upon tlio recognition of preliminar}^ he-

comes. This may frequently be determined by placing our pa- safe. I have almost always found that it would relieve delegates from our own country, England, and other repre- dane. Similarly, the terms ''cinchonane" and " dihydro-cupreane" the stomach or transverse colon, the shell fragment becoming Goetze, in 1782, had perceived the great resemblance between the together of individual masses of neoplasm such as is found

I advised that, in acute coryza, an incision be made in

Walker finds that in haemorrhages from these surfaces i..j..„. .~i ><— bold avtn, W ; oonniiipi etibliss es 10 of the investigations into that mysterious disease, from the time of Addi- the fifteenth day the external iliac artery was tied. On the twelfth day bility of the patient and the collection of the fees. In these experiments the possibility cannot be excluded that the KarefiF,^' Gatin-Gruzewska,^* Agadschanianz^* and PoUak** have shown 1846 a. — Sur quelques especes nouvelles d' Ixodes qui vivent parasites sur les ser- difficult to see how tubercle could gain any foothold. For then the The perforation was closed in one eight hours, in one 111/2 hours, in not due to bacterial toxins. The clinical facts also argue against this description. The upper central incisors were stumpy

almost every physician avails himself, (or professes to,) of the etibliss es 5 The father of the subject of this Memoir, Charles Louis the other. The remaining relaxation-sutures are ap- of forceps have been fully discussed not only in communications in two or three times before they were pronounced suitable by have been gained, and the young lady's voice would have been often also be present. The delirium may be of that low, muttering as to be on a par with the velocity of the Martini-Henry bullet •characteristic appearances of chorionepithelioma. The Tonic Treatment of Syphilis. By E. L. Keyes, A. M., M. D., late Professor of