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I think it is very important that some officer be detailed from among those in the medical service whose duty it should be to visit each armory at least once a year and witness what is being done during the year, and at each annual encampment he should visit the camp and remain long enough to become thoroughly familiar with the proficiency of each corps in field work. If any useful knowledge is to be obtained by an experiment, none of the means necessary to arrive at this knowledge can be needless, and none else can be adopted without defeating the purpose aimed at: therefore, in useful experiments, there never is needless cruelty, or, in other words, We fully agree with the general tenor of our author's sentiments upon this subject; but we do conceive that experiments of the most unnecessary and revolting kind have been, and are, too frequently 100 put in practice by pretenders to physiological fame; that tney have been multiplied still more wantonly, and the most obvious and established truths doubted merely to give the sceptic an opportunity of proving their truth by a useless display of practical anatomy upon some miserable animal. It is now generally agreed that the only cure for this disease is the removal of the infected kidney, when it be is often surprising how quickly the ureter and bladder will heal. II uuovo tesoro degl' arcani farmacologici JGalenici, e tablets chimici, o spaigirici. This was accomplished by online personally interviewing the several physicians who are practicing in the villages and country beyond the limits of the city of Montreal.