Public indignntiou has been excited in jKiifíl:iii'.l by tlic treatment that a patiënt with hydróphobio reeeived ín tlic Glasgow Royiil fnfirmnry. A dog was purposely put whcrc ha ooulrf seo it, so that the snrgeoiiB taight watoh tlie effect, which wafl t:o thlOW liini iuto violent ccmvulsions. His horror of water Wae intense ; yet they poured water l'roin one vessel lo isicther in lus hearing, and sprinkled his face. Ou rocovering i'roin the eusuing spasms he protested agniíist tlie oruelty ; lint they eontinued their experimente by fanjjdtig him and blowing iu his face. w!ire'i made Jiiin incoherent and maniaca]. 'I';' Lancet B&ys tliat no knotdedge of tíie disoase could bo learned by these things, bo thnt thero was no exi-use for thom. The surgeons are likely to be prosecuted.