Mrs. M. N., aged 72, married twice, had two first husband and two miscarriages. By her she had two children; the youngest died at the from Bright's disease, and the oldest, a daughter at the age of 43 years.
The patient was always in good health pregnant the last time, and expected to be 1877. She felt life up to the time she went physician being away at the time, another one had great labor pains, which seemed of the natu[ill] physician gave her opiates to relieve her, and, as dilatation, he left, telling them that she would not at the present time. She had a violent chill the She then lay some days without attendance, the controlled by opium, until her family physician took charge of the case. After making a vaginal he made no diagnosis.
The following six months the patient suffered neuralgic pains in the right ovarian