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Whatever may be the explanation which is suggested, the fact remains that the great majority of poisons of all classes leave the blood thus strikingly modified. George Johnson says (Lectures on Bright' s Disease, New York, excites less alarm now than it formerly did. Only a few drops of blood were lost, and none of the usual cougli was excited on first opening the trachea. The microscope reveals blood deterioration, and the test tube exhibits albumen. The thrombi formed in the ventricles are, as a rule, small, and are seated usually in the trabecular meshes at the apices. Shields related the case of a lad who had recently been an extensive lacerated, contused wound, on the flexor aspect of the left forearm, the result of the explosion of a gun. "THE PERFECTION OF PILL MAKING." Their Perfect Uniformity in Size and Weight; The Crystal Transparency of the Coating. The first region extends from the sternal articulation of the clavicle to the inner side of the coraco-clavicular ligament, and whenever fracture occurs in this region, as a rule, the internal fragment, that connected with the sternum, lies upward; the external fragment, that connected with the acromion process, is depressed; the fragments override each other; when, however, the fracture occurs between those two ligamentous bands, both fragments are supported by ligaments passing down from the coracoid process, and scarcely any displacement occurs. In common with all the other members of the group it has a subUngua beneath the tongue, but ina much more rudimentery condition than in the others, consisting of a median ridge and two lateral smaller ridges, but attached to the tongue almost to the very tip.

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Yorke said, he had presented some petitions of this kind in the course ot last year, and he was glad that the attention of the House was now recalled to the subject.

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