(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)
Female Medical Aid to the Women of India—The Health of Manchester—Surgical Treatment of Empyema— Haya Poison, a New Anœsthetic—Pulsating Tumor of the Orbit, with Protopsis—Foreign Practitioners in Switzerland—Sir Morell Mackenzie—The British Nurses' Association.
The third annual report of the association for supplying female medical aid to the women of India, presented to the recent meeting under the Presidency of the Viceroy, abounds in signs of good omen for the future of this important movement. The scholarships founded by the high priest of the Temple at Baidquath have, it is true, not yet been utilized, as no Hindoo female medical students belonging to any of the high castes have been found willing to come forward and claim them. It is a significant fact, however, that a Hindoo lady of Calcutta has founded two prizes for female medical students in memory of her deceased husband, whose name they