In either case, rays of light cntei ing by a pupil at the border of the cornea, must partly strike the ciliary iirocesses; or, if within these, nnist pass to the retina by the side of, or through the nun-gin of, the crystalline lens. After a reference to some of these subjects, Dr, Fowler proceeded to note One of tlie questions put to Sir Charles liell, wdiioli touched on a subject still of much interest to physicians. It frequently happens that this latter source of danger is added to the already present one of the gangrene, as post mortnii examination proves. The poor and dying clergyman sought the advice of the him who dwelt in the same house.
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