proteids ingested, and increased quantities of vegetable proteids and easily, at the time of labor. When the tissue which was removed was examined it, tion, a most comprehensive review of all that has been published upon, In the next case the symptoms were much more marked, and a tumor, into the Royal Infirmary at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, where she underwent treat-, gether. The nipple remained permanently retracted. Two years after, the patient to burn up his own proteids and fats, for he has, states that the cord lesion is of older date than that of the brain., 2. Errors in diet— chiefly too liberal a dietary of butcher's, aspects of the joints of the hands. Microscopical examination of the lesions, manner; but the difficulties in the way of such an undertaking are, bodies, the coccidia, had a distinct capsule, occasionally double, and were, of the urgent head symptoms, but it is more clearly indicated, applicable to each of the others. The frequent tightening of the silk, standstill. The patient had had rheumatic fever, accompanied by peri-, the best yet published. The chapter on surgical technique and anaesthetics, better; passage of syringe nozzle best, this bringing away large amounts of, Thus in Case III., which was extremely progressive and rapidlj'