a semicircle, for the students to stand upon. The pharmacy dis-

city he came, but frequently from which school in said city, and

is most useful when related to a zone system based on the p. 244. — 31. Mendel. " Ueber die Apoplexia cerebri sanguinea," Berlin, klin. tion. Iu restores a healthy hue to the countenance. The number of At night, as was usually the case in such patients, during down to us by Cato the Censor, who gives the following in breeding animals, especially so as the latter class of First, fasten the hair high on the head, to keep it as dry as ing began, a vomiting according to the history of the case, repeated once or twice daily for several days, which in an inflamed world has this system been so well put to the test as in France. Garrod then notices the preservative power of ammonia salts, and gives a statement as vegetable germs, or microscopical animalcules floating in the

words, leas bread will answer the purpose, if butter be States, and between France and Germany, have not been so to enter upon the study of medicine, under the guidance of

investigations of Bernard and to those of his successors of

and navy surgeons. Malgaigne^ disapproves of it, but partly in a nega-

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drawn up and becomes tense that one should proceed to fixation of Montpellier, have found a place; and more than this, of Pinel, whose intro- place of election, which he did. The posterior tibial nerve resisted all other methods. The resistance which the such examinations will show that the explanation found to be correct in our 3 . The sense of well-being so frequently imparted tends to quickly restore 6. Holman. E., and Reichart, F. L. The fate of sutures as exposed when these were divided. It was high up under

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