some assistance in the lighter part of the duties of a ward-maid.

tem a subdural hemorrhage was found with no inflammatory changes.

cords of the brachial plexus ; the tumor had spread into the thorax and had

border to Germany, a language spoken by many allied

adenoid vegetations were present. After removal the terrors subsided. He

rubber or a wet cloth at any time. The lead-glass is shown

where. One hundred and fifty -seven of the cases at the hospital were

only of value in so far as it can restore men to the firing line.

On the whole, the book is one of a reformer with a reformer's dog-

much earlier ; in adults, aphasia is a common and an early

irritation of motor neurons exerted centrally or reflexly through the

ward a brisk twenty-minutes' walk is taken in the open air. The author advo-

liver is enlarged, but later it becomes shrunken and atrophic.

he had seen cancer develop frequently enough in those affected with

it might pass the glottis if not too large to be expectorated. Immediate

developing gradually after trauma. We are by no means certain that all

the practitioner of surgery as some of the older text-books, is a valu-

breathing. He spent the winter of 1893-94 in Florida, and was very

tom is irritation and dryness of the throat. It has no effect upon tempera-

the other, by conftringing them by reftringents, re-

The malignant character of the growth is shown by the polymorphism of

the daughters was seized on the third day with bad taste in the mouth, con-

level of the upper margin of the thyroid cartilage {International Clinics, vol.

and is issued in " tabloid " form in 3-grain and 5-grain sizes. The product

and the murmurs have changed in character, being much softer." Tliis

cases as typical of nearly 100 treated with no deaths. One of these cases

(54 per cent.) became infected. This compares unfavorably with Ross'

dards were not completed and approved at the time of

bacilli, whereas in cut sections of such lesions the number of bacilli