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Wliile in this case the larynx and epiglottis were made insensible to the presence of the instru ments, the pharynx and soft palate- preserved, in a measure, heir reflex irritability, due, it might be, to the excessive flow and tenacious character of the saliva, preventing the absorption of the drug or wasliing it away before it could properly take Referring to the subjective symptoms, tlie taste was extremely bitter and a little irritating; a sense of decided coldness of tlie upper air-passages quickly took place; the respirations were free and prolonged, and accompanied by an agreeable sensation of exhilaration; the flow of saliva at treatment fir-it was largely increased, and then the secretion became tenacious and afterward normal.
These phenomena the speaker produced upon a subject who had not very much education and certainly no anatomical knowledge whatever (advanced).
The author claims, however, that he has not omitted to give the methods of others when they acne have been found of value.