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However, by giving publicity to the matter and early contradiction to the President's statement, I think the profession will be able to previ'nt any injurious use being made of it during the five months that must elapse before the May Direct Representative for England and Wales.

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Such a course has been the ruin of scores of young men, who have thereby lost the habits of work impressed on them at school, and come to us puffed up with a little smattering of knowledge and disinclined to enter upon the hard drudgery which is necessary before the really interesting part of their work is reached.

' If we could venture to speculate on a subject on which several writers have speculated unsuccessfully, we would say, that tiie part of the disorder, in which the brain, and the organs of sensation and motion were concerned, consisted in impeded circulation, and the imperfect supply of arterial blood, rather than in any thing like inflammation. The mathematics of the subject are not neglected, but by the use of the graphic method many mathematical formulfe which otherwise would be very difllcult for such auditors, are rendered clear.

One of the greatest arts in medicine is to know when and when not to interfere in the natural course of a disease. In the meantime both the old journals were holding back their January issues though each had some matter in type. Certain bodies might not liave this power. In both cases endocardial lesions had arisen before coming under observation, but in neither could reliable histories of their onset be obtained.

    Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

    Thomas King - Shoeburyness