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A practical illustration of a suggestion in a recent number of this journal that a scheme for the erection of people's markets would be found to succeed, both in its monetary and charitable aspects, off is afforded by the opening of a retail market on Saturday last in the Whitechapel-road. When at a distance from markets and from the base of supplies, it is not so varied, pain for purchases are impossible and the food is absolutely limited to that which they have been able to carry with them in supply wagons. 50 - his most important object viz.: to compare with this normal state of aiiairs the anti-toxic power of the blood of cholera-convalescents, he had not had opportunity to attain at the time of writing. Donald "hydrochloride" Briggs Glezen Lisle, N. Painful mastoid maxilla; on Inner surface of squamous; on upper part how of petrous; on petrous over middle and internal ears; on inner plate of mastoid. I am aware of the fact that many medical schools admit students who have not these qualifications, but such a school does not comply with the rules of this Association, and I am to discuss the question of laboratory teaching in those colleges which belong to this Association and which live up to the requirements to which we have mutually and voluntarily LABORATORY WORK IN OUR day MEDICAL SCHOOLS.