Si longo senuone luorer tua tempera." I therefore hasten to subscribe myself, Sir, Dr. As the Society adjourned the night of the understood would be the case by most of the members, there was no discussion of the "and" above subject. Either all the advertisements must be paged, or the paging of the tables must be omitted.
The success which has attended this mode of proceeding may be judged of by the following figures.
In the first part of this work, we have already admitted as probable the existence of inorganic compound radicals, such as NOg, that of nitric acid. What infinite numbers of constitutions have been ruined, even within our own time, by the employment of mercury upon a plan which surgeons are only just beginning to perceive is noxious in the extreme. Air, instead of being drawn into the lungs, would thus be driven out if it were there.
Wallis reviews read notes of two cases which he had operated on for the effects of gastric ulcer. Stillman, formerly of this city, died at a painful one. Frequently the signs cannot be made out until the second or third day, and may be absent altogether. There were pain and tenderness over the gall bladder. "Fresh air, fresh air, fresh air," should be endlessly preached to these people. Another law provides that the members of the Medical at any time assign and transfer to said corporation their individual shares or interest in the property of such corporation upon such trusts for educational and scientific purposes, and subject to such provisions and conditions as said members and such corporation shall agree upon, with power to said corporation for the purposes aforesaid, at any time thereafter, to enter into agreement with the University of the City of New York for the use of such property, and with further power at any time, in its discretion, to convey and transfer by deed or gift to said University of the City of New York, any or all of such property; but the rights of any creditor of said Medical College Laboratory of the City of New York shall not be An amendment to the charter of the New York Dispensary was made, so that the members of the corporation shall be those persons who are now members of the same for the periods for which they are now entitled to membership in said corporation, and such other persons, contributors to the said dispensary, as shall be elected to membership in such corporation by said board of trustees from time to time. That the reverse lipoblast is true, I think there can be no doubt, viz. Having determined upon operation, the first step should have been copious irrigation of the stomach. Hampshire writes to the British Medical yournal that he was consulted by a mother concerning her little boy who suffered from nocturnal incontinence of urine. The right ovary appeared healthy, the left was reddened, turgid, and adherent by recent bridles of lymph to the sygmoid flexure of the colon. In one of them, we found in a small room, two washing clothes. When Hamilton and Agnew were called, it was too late to make a thorough exammation, without great risks.
The mother stated that when the child was born it screamed loudly for a minute, but she had neither heard nor felt it since. Among the diseases exciting it phthisis ought to be ranked first, then cancer of the uterus, of the stomach or liver, then scrofulous diseases of bone, accompanied with hectic fever, as, for instance, caries of the vertebra?, i. After a period of four weeks a second series of injections can be commenced if the indications warrant same. It would work no injury to any one, reduce the danger of contagion to a circumscribed area, and cost little more than the maintenance of the Hawaiian colony. With this exception, and the burnt toe, she made a very smooth and quick recovery, and at this time is enjoying good health, with a bright nine months old child on her lap.
The following General Order, imposing additional duties on workhouse medical ofiicers, is about to be issued by the Poor-law Board. It is needed, first, because it will cure a large number of patients who cannot be cured at home, and whom it is a disgrace to the community to leave until they are fit subjects for the isolation hospital.