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ments. A performer on the double bass at a theatre in Paris
that the bleeding might be safely omitted, if the effects of the drug
spicuous sign in estimating the rapidity and extent of spread-
interdicted articles, and the patient partakes of them and the
be developed under the most favorable hygienic conditions; but the at-
mers Da Costa, M.D., of the Philadelphia Academy of Medi-
was usually much exaggerated. They had no idea of per-
her muscular strength, however, rapidly increased, so that in a few
country. In 1890 the brass rods still retained their value not so much as a
kinds of food are cooked in the ordinary way, including the
twenty-eight or thirty years of age. These resist the fever the best,
cause of the heart disease, was probably not the cause of the
he has compounded, the first use of which he desu-es to give me. He
verted over them, and the head thrown back, the fluid absolutely came
objection to the term, though even then it should be admitted into
advantages which red phosphorus presents as regards hygiene and
Later on we procured an empty paraffin-oil drum, cut out
frequent — and using a copper basin, as they do in all the hospitals,
He cut down all the plantain trees in his path, and destroyed
monkeys of various species sit chattering in the trees. The
epidemic dysentery, is followed promptly by its local lesion, commonly
sourness or acidity of the wine, and salt to taste. This was
tious disease where there is an abundance of fresh air constantly sup-
ates. Prof C. R. Gilman delivered the valedictory address.
a dilatation of the blood vessels in the head. Dr. B-Sequard in-
tendant acne of the skin and degeneration of the mind pro-
Pennsylvania; H. F. Askew, Delaware; S. P. Smith, Maryland; No-
Perhaps the following statistics respecting the health of white
Allen G. Hall, representative of the faculty; James Richmond
celain capsule, is then placed on a slow fire and stirred until it assumes
plaintiff had to pay him two slaves and a canoe as damages.
emy. In contrasting the state of medical education in Xew York be-
During nearly thirty years' teaching of Ck>ngo youths, both


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