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nches remote from the heart. The patient applied to Dr. Schuppert, who was highly recommended to him; this physician told him at once that there was but one thing which probably might prolong his life, and that consisted in an operation, but remarking at the same time that his chance of recovery was small. Mr. W., after having been eight days at the Infirmary, and on seeing the tumor fearfully increasing, resolved to undergo the operation. He was consequently operated upon on the following day, January 1, in presence of some members of the faculty, who happened to be near: Drs. Beard, Clapp, Mitchell, and Alston. Dr. Schuppert, after having administered chloroform to the patient, laid bare the carotid artery and interrupted circulation in it by placing a ligature round that artery — immediately after which, Dr. Choppin tied the auxiliary artery where it makes its exit from under the collar bone.--Yesterday morning the patient reported himself comfortable, and is in good spirits.
nches remote from the heart. The patient applied to Dr. Schuppert, who was highly recommended to him; this physician told him at once that there was but one thing which probably might prolong his life, and that consisted in an operation, but remarking at the same time that his chance of recovery was small. Mr. W., after having been eight days at the Infirmary, and on seeing the tumor fearfully increasing, resolved to undergo the operation. He was consequently operated upon on the following day, January 1, in presence of some members of the faculty, who happened to be near: Drs. Beard, Clapp, Mitchell, and Alston. Dr. Schuppert, after having administered chloroform to the patient, laid bare the carotid artery and interrupted circulation in it by placing a ligature round that artery — immediately after which, Dr. Choppin tied the auxiliary artery where it makes its exit from under the collar bone.--Yesterday morning the patient reported himself comfortable, and is in good spirits.
January, 1 AD (search for this): article 9
inches remote from the heart. The patient applied to Dr. Schuppert, who was highly recommended to him; this physician told him at once that there was but one thing which probably might prolong his life, and that consisted in an operation, but remarking at the same time that his chance of recovery was small. Mr. W., after having been eight days at the Infirmary, and on seeing the tumor fearfully increasing, resolved to undergo the operation. He was consequently operated upon on the following day, January 1, in presence of some members of the faculty, who happened to be near: Drs. Beard, Clapp, Mitchell, and Alston. Dr. Schuppert, after having administered chloroform to the patient, laid bare the carotid artery and interrupted circulation in it by placing a ligature round that artery — immediately after which, Dr. Choppin tied the auxiliary artery where it makes its exit from under the collar bone.--Yesterday morning the patient reported himself comfortable, and is in good spirits.
Schuppert (search for this): article 9
ears, who came here lately from St. Thomas, on board the Jenny Lind, was afflicted with one of those terrible, though happily rare diseases, an aneurism of the innominata artery, but a few inches remote from the heart. The patient applied to Dr. Schuppert, who was highly recommended to him; this physician told him at once that there was but one thing which probably might prolong his life, and that consisted in an operation, but remarking at the same time that his chance of recovery was small. tumor fearfully increasing, resolved to undergo the operation. He was consequently operated upon on the following day, January 1, in presence of some members of the faculty, who happened to be near: Drs. Beard, Clapp, Mitchell, and Alston. Dr. Schuppert, after having administered chloroform to the patient, laid bare the carotid artery and interrupted circulation in it by placing a ligature round that artery — immediately after which, Dr. Choppin tied the auxiliary artery where it makes its e
Saint Thomas (Canada) (search for this): article 9
Surgical operation. --The N. O. Picayune notices a remarkable surgical operation performed there. It is interesting enough to publish: A Mr. Wilson, a Swede by birth, aged 30 years, who came here lately from St. Thomas, on board the Jenny Lind, was afflicted with one of those terrible, though happily rare diseases, an aneurism of the innominata artery, but a few inches remote from the heart. The patient applied to Dr. Schuppert, who was highly recommended to him; this physician told him at once that there was but one thing which probably might prolong his life, and that consisted in an operation, but remarking at the same time that his chance of recovery was small. Mr. W., after having been eight days at the Infirmary, and on seeing the tumor fearfully increasing, resolved to undergo the operation. He was consequently operated upon on the following day, January 1, in presence of some members of the faculty, who happened to be near: Drs. Beard, Clapp, Mitchell, and Alston
R. Cauthorn (search for this): article 9
For Hire --A good Blacksmith, two S Rikers three Drivers, te Stemme S and six Girls. Apply to R. Cauthorn. ja 7--3t
January 7th (search for this): article 9
Mississippi Convention. Jackson, Miss., Jan. 7.--The State Convention organized at noon to-day, W. S. Barrett President. On taking the chair he spoke in favor of separate secession. A resolution was adopted by which a committee of fifteen was appointed, with instructions speedily to report an ordinance of secession, providing for the immediate withdrawal of Mississippi from the Union, with a view of establishing a new Confederacy comprised of seceding States. The Convention then adjourned until tomorrow.
W. S. Barrett (search for this): article 9
Mississippi Convention. Jackson, Miss., Jan. 7.--The State Convention organized at noon to-day, W. S. Barrett President. On taking the chair he spoke in favor of separate secession. A resolution was adopted by which a committee of fifteen was appointed, with instructions speedily to report an ordinance of secession, providing for the immediate withdrawal of Mississippi from the Union, with a view of establishing a new Confederacy comprised of seceding States. The Convention then adjourned until tomorrow.
Jackson (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 9
Mississippi Convention. Jackson, Miss., Jan. 7.--The State Convention organized at noon to-day, W. S. Barrett President. On taking the chair he spoke in favor of separate secession. A resolution was adopted by which a committee of fifteen was appointed, with instructions speedily to report an ordinance of secession, providing for the immediate withdrawal of Mississippi from the Union, with a view of establishing a new Confederacy comprised of seceding States. The Convention then adjourned until tomorrow.
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