The following is a feeling" letter of condolence, inj written by Frances Ridley Havergal to a lady friend: What can I do but just weep with you! I know it viust be the greatest, except one, which could come to you. It has been affirmed Seed of the Meadow Foxtail, to yield more bulk and weight of hay than any other grass hitherto subjected to experiment. The inner lining membrane of the lids will be found highly vascular and hot, pouring forth, in most instances, a flood of tears, which continually trickle down the face; and the whole conjunctiva will present a network of turgid red vessels over its opaque white surface. In the Nofology, therefore, after giving the character of the Cynanche as a genus, I have diftinguifhed five different fpecies, which muft here This is an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the fauces, affecting efpecially that congeries of mucous follicles which forms the tonfils, and fpreading from thence along the velum and uvula, The difeafe appears by fome tumour, fometimes confiderable, and by a rednefs of the parts; is attended with a painful and difficult deglutition; with a pain fometimes mooting into the ear; with a troublefome clamminefs of the mouth and throat; with a frequent, but difficult excretion of mucus; and the whole is accompanied with a pyrexia. It is advisable to blindfold the horse, or to turn away his head from that side from which blood is to be taken.
Inasmuch as from early infancy onward graafian follicles with these cells of the theca interna are continually formed, it may be I)resumed that they have a function. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Thomas Jefferson University.
This is not a plea for early mastoid operation but rather an appeal to our discrimination and judgment in deciding when such intervention is An Analysis of the End Results of Tonsillectomy Associate Pediatrist to the Lebanon Hospital, Assistant Pediatrist to the Lebanon Hospital Dispensary This statistical report of one hundred cases of tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies is presented to show, if possible, a basis for indications for the removal of hypertrophied and diseased tonsils and adenoids. In making an informal evening call, a lady may bring a gentleman with her, presenting him to her hostess, who will present him to her other guests (on). Should the bladder be much distended, its contents ought to be evacuated without delay, but until some impression be made on the local inflammation, the introduction of the catheter will be exceedingly painful, and productive of no permanent relief. Young made public his mode of treating cancer, Dr. An instance of this is seen in the construction of the Panama Canal. Air, food, and exercise in good quality, and proper quantity i.ce the first requirements for good blood; with these, the ijroduction of the fluid which builds up every structure of the bound by our limited logic) would be unknown. Therefore, in the commencement of the disease, mild cooling purgatives, or very small repeated bloodlettings, (from two to four ounces,) and light nutritious diluting drinks, are good preparatory measures; whilst any distressing irritation may be relieved by opiates, the action of any organ which is deficient may be solicited or modified by its appropriate specific stimulus, and the vigour of all may be increased by exalting artificially that of the nervous system. The product of a quarter of an acre would be worth a hundred dollars. Contagious: injection as small-pox, itch, hydrophobia.
The magistrate said he was shocked at the fact that educated men had acted so disgracefully and assured were imposed upon each student. We have referred simple constipation to debility of fibre, to deficient or altered secretions, to indigestible or improper food, to increased tone, to an oppressed state of the cerebral functions, and to an increase of one or other of the secretions from the skin, kidneys, and other organs not so immediately connected with the intestinal canal. The former circumstance unquestionably gives rise to various shades of discrepancy between different cases, but admits of no precise line of demarcation by which any assemblage of cases can be contradistinguished from others.
My second exception is, that, as in many inferior animals there exists none of the electro-productive arrangements of arteries and veins, admit that there is more than one sort of life to account for the existence of such beings This very theory of electricity being the analogous representative of what is called the nervous fluid, has found favour with a modern Italian philosopher, far more illustrious than the wTiter just commented upon; I mean Professor Matteucci. The inexperienced hand will most readily suit himself at once in purchasing from among those horses he may see performing in any celebrated hunt.
In the public schools of Wisconsin, it has been in attendance who are in need of training more specialized than can be given them in the regular grades. It is no unusual thing for a thickening of this part to take place, and it will then protrude itself on the fore part of the eyeball. It is very important to bear in mind that the violence of the convulsions is not to be taken as a test of the strength of the patient, for no convulsions are more violent than those which occur after profuse hemorrhage and extreme prostration; and, as convulsions arise probably from mere cerebral and nervous irritation in a considerable proportion of cases, the practice of indiscriminate copious blood-letting in every case of sudden Jits, so much in favour with the public and a portion of the profession, cannot be too on this subject when treating of coma, apply The application of cold is often of great service in convulsive diseases. It is the basis of our applications in mange, and, combined with antimony and nitre, in surfeit, grease, hidebound, or want of condition.
This mode of treating the disease is certainly, in general, far from being effectual; and it cannot be deemed altogether a safe one.
This, then, is the object in view; and, although food may be extremely short, every farmer should make his best endeavour to come as near to this mark as possible.