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that we could take possession of any plot of land in the
less; still, they cannot but be regarded as the most serious of
of its membranes as leads to effusion of lymph or of pus, because this
especially if there is vomiting and distension. The constitu-
was giren for the article to be purchased. Every white man imported his
young animal has become able to use the ordinary food of his race.
thumping of the retroverted fundus upon the ovaries. We
ment of the body, should we look for other articles of food? Among
who went by the name of mwila ndako, and it indicated that
were good, or they would not have trusted us with their fowls,
taken it many times never feel intoxicated by it ; but young
indicative of careful research and zealous study. The reports, gener-
ciples must be considered as having already brought serious objec-
wound. This conclusion is not the result of a few experi-
and that in all of them large quantities of opium were taken, the smallest
and the radial styloid rises to or above the level of the ulnar
employment of kousso, exhibited after the following manner: An in-
The clyster (called njango) is used for relieving pains in the
into animals by the witch-doctor and killed by him ; and as a
nineties with expert fishermen and saucepan-midcers ; and they
from the food being unprepared for absorption and from the
case reported by Dr. Stokes the trifling excoriation had soon
from without to within, through the air-passages, which are much
him well, that so long as a woman or child remained unprovided for
and upper part of the back; those connected with disorder of the
satisfactory. The head was in good position, with motion.
born young, a liquid food suited to the various degrees of their devel-
various medicines were given partially for their effects upon the mind
of the body, that it may not be in the very locality in which disease
phurous in character, affecting the respiration unpleasantly. This is
F. Starr, of Chicago University, for permitting the cats'
one of the young ladies, Miss Edith Grace Grant, of Guthrie,


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