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PERMANENT STRICTURE

PERMANENT STRICTURE

Permanent Stricture depends on organic changes in the membrane of the urethra only, or in the adjoining structures, or simultaneously in both. Pathology instructs us as to the nature of these changes, and it is from this science alone we can learn the manner of their incipiency
23 January 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DUBLIN MED

DUBLIN MED

ing anything remarkable. Mr. E. was 30 years of age, was married, and had children, but he had none for the last few years, which he properly attributed to his malady, as he was sensible the semen was not projected, and was deposited in the pouch, from which it gradually oozed f
23 January 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
A CASE OF FRAGILITAS OSSIUM.

A CASE OF FRAGILITAS OSSIUM.

(Under the caro of Mr. Wakley in the Royal Free Hospital.) The instances recorded in surgery of the largest and strongest bones being broken by the ordinary action of the muscles of the limb, are numerous, and in most cases the disposition to fracture can be traced to lues vener
23 January 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS.

REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF BOOKS.

AUTOMATIC MECHANISM, as applied in the Construction of Artificial Limbs, in Cases of Amputation. By Frederick Guay, Esq., Constructor of the Anglesey Artificial Limb, and Operator to the late Marquis. With upwards of One Hundred Illustrative Cases, and Correspondence. Misoris su
23 January 1856 - Dublin Medical Press - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BATTLE OF AUGHBIM.

THE BATTLE OF AUGHBIM.

(From Notes and Queries.) Now that the new volumes of Mr. Macaulay s //'.'lory of England are in the bands of most of the readers of N Q.,’’ the following and traditions of the battle of Aughrim may not be uninterealing, most of which I receired from old lady who had resided wit
22 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
principles, having got a high influence at Rome. Rut, here he showed his weakness. That he should set himself up

principles, having got a high influence at Rome. Rut, here he showed his weakness. That he should set himself up

against the authority of the Bishop of Ossory, and appeal to the Pope in his own favour, was to demand a change the Papal system of administration, and to ask it, too, from its very source and from its upholder. The issue could not have been doubtful. Mr. Lucas failed in bis app
28 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE NEGOCIATIONS.

THE NEGOCIATIONS.

The Obterver says:—“ Although the Governments of France and England have not as yet received from Austria the formal proposals upon which alone official action can be taken, it is not premature to announce that the Earl of Clarendon will assist at the conferences which will be h
28 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
AMERICA

AMERICA

The Arago arrived off Cowes early this morning. She left New York on the 12th instant,and brings 1,500 dollars in specie. The Canada arrived out on the 13th, after voyage of twenty days, from Liverpool. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. Transactions in money market limited. Exchange on E
28 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
fnsurancr.

fnsurancr.

THE LANCASHIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL—TWO MILLIONS. Market-Street. Manchester. London Office, 2. King-Street. Cheapside. Liverpool Office, 3, High-Street, 5, Lxchange-Street. East. Glasgow Office. South Hanover-Street. Greenock Office, Mansion-House. TRUSTEES; William Entwisl
23 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

On the 22d instant, in Henry-street, Mr. Samuel Cummiaa, late of Downpatrick, commission agent. the instant, after a short illness, William Robt. Adair, Esq., late of the 67th Regiment, youngest son of the late Thomas B. Adair, Esq., of Lougbanmore. At her late residence, 58, No
23 January 1856 - Belfast Mercury - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland