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He came to Virginia and skin served with Washington on Braddock's expedition. But the learned author will pardon me if I tell him that whatever I may have to say is done in the spirit of kindness and in the interest of those for whom he pleads so eloquently. Furthermore, the painful zone in our patient was above the eye, whereas in the animal tbe epileptogenic zone is situated below the eye. The classification of either normal or abnormal mental processes is as yet impossible. These I fear will always exist, unless the public authority takes charge of these tenements and either builds others under State laws, or authorizes associations, partly for pecuniary and partly for philanthropic and sanitary reasons, to erect them. It is, however, on the mental use condition of the patient that the physician should rely largely in forming an estimate of the curability of any particidar case of The term" mental condition" here referred to is that which is observed during the intervals of the seizures, and may be called the permanent interparoxysmal mental The mental state of epileptics varies within limits from what may be regarded as normal, on the one hand, up to a considerable degree of dementia on the other.
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