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224 with M. Segond as secretary. Its object is the study of animal life in health and disease, under all modifications, and in all classes of animals. The sections constituted are : anatomy, physiology, pathology, and teratology. Judging from present appearances, this society bids fair to prosper, supported as it is by most of the eminent naturalists, physiologists, and pathologists of Paris; including MM. Quatrefages, Robin, Coste, Bernard, Rayer, Segand, &c. DEATH OF MR. KEY, F.R.S.—Thisdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)89973-1 fatcat:6g4sxpnbjvfbdbckrp24xapr6u