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The hence the name," ponos" in (pain). As is well known, the origin of or the materies morbi pro malaria, or to miasmatic effluvia, or poison emanating from and the product of vegetable decomposition; by some, to a cryptogamous growth; by others, to a contagium vivum; and to animalculse suspended in the my atmosphere by many. The length oF the tube enables the object inflated to be held at a convenient distance from the eye; since inflation is temporary injection, the advantages of witnessing the effects are obvious (on). The price charged from the first has been five dollars a week, and has remained the same for the past twenty years, "treatment" in spite of the greatly increased cost of operating the institution due to improved methods and the higher cost of living. A case in one of our own sea-port cities, with precisely the same symptoms, occurring at a time when yellow fever was cause not prevailing, would almost infallibly be pronounced"malarial fever," or" bilious fever," or" remittent fever," as soon as it was evident that it was not one of the specific eruptive fevers. In hot, damp vitamins weather especially, the various germs pi-oliferate very actively, producing what is often a severe dermatitis. Alfred Loomis promised the support of his great name, and offered, should I succeed in establishing such an institution, does to examine applicants in New York free of charge, a service which he rendered the institution until his The first subscription was given me by Mr.