The eye Gruening, of New York, had seen the accident follow a cataract extraction in a man nearly ninety years old, in his own practice, and in another patient in Paris almost eighty years old. Osteotomy is for these reasons to be preferred to the common treatment by extension, which neither puts the joint at absolute rest nor favors the absorption of lUiid or the various applied with the limb in a position of flexion, until the efl'usion subsides or the muscles relax the limb is to all intents and purposes in a position of rest, and will be allowed to assume its normal position as the muscles relax and the effusion is absorbed. It is not too much to say that Pasteur had founded a science of the ferments. It varies in amount and is most profuse when the pain is greatest. These lesions the author has found six hours after the action of the phosphorus. The stethoscope, placed in contact with the neck of the uterus, permits, in the early periods of gestation, the recognition of a characteristic the results of a year's practice in that hospital.

There was no urethral discharge. If, however, we take into consideration the very important intumescence of the udder, as well as its unnatural hardness, and the complete failure of suppuration, a mistaken diagnosis is not easily made. A nd that it may be done so, you must consider, as soon as the child is freed from its mother, whether it be weak of the vital and natural blood in the body of the child by its navel (for both the vital and natural spirits are communicated by the mothe;- to the child by its navel string;) for that doth much recruit a vveak child; but if the child be strong you As to the manner of cutting the child's navel-string, let the ligature or binding be very strong; and be sure not to cut it off verv near the binding, lest the binding unloose. Lister's theories and practice are very lightly esteemed in" the granite city." It would not do to omit all mention of them, because they are much discussed at the present time. Bennet refers to each and all of the different health resorts frequented by those labouring under what are called" chest affections," and gives to each place what he believes to be its real value and merit. In regard to removing the appendix and breaking up adhesions, I think Drs. They remove the dead epithelium from the skin and improve the circulation in such a way that the mercury by inunction is better absorbed. He would like to know what progress had been made with this new addition to their knowledge of such diseases as they were discussing.

Many are the testimonials to the actual and lasting cures resulting from a sojourn with the doctorpriests. Embryologically, the eye is an extension of the brain; the brain comes out to see.

The difficulties of differentiation between criminal and natural abortion, it must be confessed, are many, and the incentives to concealment are strong. As to intestinal antisepsis, it is an illusion. I have a lot of resepect for him that good of a job.

Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

Thomas King - Shoeburyness