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S. O. 160, Department of Texas, Dece?nier 2g, 1881.
epidemic, it is stated that, out of a population of 19,484,
plied, since lij^drochloric acid sometimes produces a blue color by its
in which this can be done without too much risk, are those
the disturbance appeared, but could be directly traced
Nothing can possibly take the place of this community of
necessarily depend upon hypnotism, but upon successive
is however a fact, that a prognosis from the pulse rate
after puzzling her physicians for some time, confessed
seven school children attacked with small-pox during
so weak that they became almost immediately destroyed.
panies are about to deal with the matter on common-
much attention to intermittent fever about Boston, showed
The more remote manifestations include certain disturbances of
not say he would never use these measures, but he did
Loss of weight, night sweats, slight cough for two days,
ules, which compose the "brick-dust" deposit and are very insoluble;
the effects of a i)rolouged sojourn of rachitic children at the seashore
tributed in the tissues of the leg and thigh. Posteriorly
Autopsy showed a ruptured aneurism of the thoracic aorta,
ation hastened the death of the patient. That opera-
ment of the pelvic vessels is favored and gravity assists the
value. It is customary for the reformers of society,,
cases of contagious disease be made private, and pub-
ratio of blood to urine the entire quantity lost in twenty-four hours
nineteenth century were in all probability due to the acci-
was treated on the Medical Side for a month before his
It might be supposed that malaria, once established in a
peritoneal coat, so that the lumen was partially closed.
Hospital two hours after death. There was general anae-
colored, alkaline, alb. 6J%, sp. gr. 1022, sed : moderate
that the majority show an insidious onset with pain in the
diately had fit of coughing, during which he raised about a