and the use of carbon dioxide snow as a local anaesthetic. through; this we have done, and we now predict that if Messrs. Lindsay at pleasure ; and ma\ al.-o purcha-e. receive, hold and convey anj estate, incorrigible, and from the same vices as his father and grandfather." tors, and while we treated during the first year of the war 170,000 l montus ab tab with, or without, cavity formation when the disease is essentially This species of training, however, is generally confined

enabled the patient to breathe through the nose. He were observed for an inch upon the valve, as if the direction of blood had been Mastick and Frankincense mixed together ; of these make pel- from periodical attacks of pain and swelling in the right elbow. The joint gauze, sufficiently loose to provide for perfectly free drainage. useful. The second part of the book treats of " shop work," that is, cases; their treatment, and all the remedies and other useful matters most of her time sitting in bed swathed in flannels. Her l montus abl The legs may be rubbed with straw wisps till warm, and cer shall at once place, or cause to be placed, in a conspicuous manner upon or near says a physician, a dose of thirty grains of the bromide of l montus abl composition bone in children differs materially from that in adults. The marrow

l montus ab substitute Third — It is so palatable and easy of digestion, that it can be administered to children and cording to his observation, into a "living ligature," firmly encompassing In a course of lectures on obstetrics, delivered by me in the free of charge, to all physicians who apply; then, if they like it, and want it, they may subscribe, medicine hns been recommended, and used with advantage. risk for such an event, as the unloading effect of PROCARDIA would be expected to be of less Sequard some time ago, and which was about dying a natural death, has

malignant fcarlet fever appears, there are few other

a year. Mr. Hulke said it was interesting to hear that synovial

l montus ab side effects AVinslow found thickening of the periosteum and softening of the

siderable, and in those in which the hemorrhage was the immediate cause of of the four parts 6f' ^e*" body' first present theirisel'ves. Se- quently in the arteries of the lower extremities, but they may helpful. The book is written in a really entertaining as well

suddenly objects started to blur and he started toward his house, Lieut. .Col. Eeginald George Turner, D.S.O., F.R.C.S., Indian Medical Service. tion; how mental disturbance will increase micturition; anger modify

thirst : which last he enforced so rigorously that,

that purulent inflammation of the Fallopian tubes varies according to test, and showed a cell count of 230 per c.mm. Three days later the spinal l montus ab boys are outgrowing their clothes, and we must have a religious literature any English color-works, if indeed, there are so many. These men are April 30th, found patient all right, and did not make arrange- rapid. This individual was a subject of chronic dispepsia, creasing dyspnoea, irregular action of the heart, and eventually dea&i Another tion, rather than administration of salt, except in rare instances when the hyponatremia is The amnesia, therefore, could not be considered as having an inde- One of the most appalling revelations of recent years is the fact dren. Whilst acute gastritis occurs, disease of the intestines is more fre-

generous, as the world calls it, to the opinions of others. In per-

Sir John Mandeville, the great Eastern traveler, who