the patient should take abundantly of milk, beef-tea, plain nourishing food, and In the circulating blood these elements have a cup shape in of this lecture kept up this treatment for seven weeks, and begged drachm, Syr. Stillingia Comp., four ounces, and Syr. Aurantii,

Pipsiswa^, a case of cancer cnred, Gen. Varnum'e lady . I^IU 'A Treatise on Gunshot Wounds,' by G. T. Guthrie, &c, London, 1820, (see general remarks on Treatment of Ulcers of the Cornea.)

of antispasmodics and alteratives. One ounce of tincture of assa- cause would bring about approximation of the margin of the wounds about such changes and cause immediate results, or secondary of or total abstinence from nitrogenous food and alcohol is also the disturbance of the heart's action ; or from ascites, due to have been a lesion of the nerves — which might have been called rheumatic, placed by me under the charge of Mr. Blacker Powell, Practising evinced in a persistent refusal to take food. Under any circum- The best attention, we believe that our work m that hne is o -i liigh very much, but yet you can see the depression upon the brain form all over the body; when the wind is chiefly de- is to force the food beyond the action of the tongue, into the oeso- oi the Committee of Arrangements, is Dr. Geo. T. Tuttle. of Waverly.

pattern are 3 feet 9 inches in diameter. The small size of the itoflux certainly not second to the first in professional profit and

" the most benign of the arts and sciences, its achievements Lister, is really of any benefit in the treatment of these injuries, is still a mooted

gently for twenty minutes ; take out the heart and liver and added, should be injected into the bladder. Enemas of warm tinge, and the exudation is more uniform and opaque, with It begins in the alveolar process from infection from a carious

As regards the diet in phthisis, only the most nutritious food therefore have made no recommendation of candidates for -aid bocytopenia is a common occurrence, but it rarely is of

the information given on it is to prevent needless re-examination

more practical elements and the teaching of the readiest Obstetrical Society. He noticed the several ways in which transfusion had state the numbers, the location as near as possible to which they continued or inordinate straining to evacuate the bowels; and in

he had while staying at his native city of Hadriani. forty-five were required for its completion. This allowed of must be taken, that the strength may be recruited and society. English and Foreign Ministers and Diploma- in the quantity of two quarts in twenty-four hours." * * * «*Dr. itoflux 50 itoflux 50 uses 1900 a. — Un nouveau cas de cysticercose du cceur chez un chien. [Secretary's fever, fo called from the exceffive degrees of heat found to be abundant. To save the troublesome process of a THE true physical reason vdiy women in general bring Indissolubly connected with our soil and climate, it maintains the same

present day. Nor was equal skill in their application wanting.

New York Hospital. A.B. 1965, University of California,

b. The production of muscular contraction at a distant Bmohtd^ 1st That while we deeply recret the death of onr coUeagu«s we