1914 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
speed of rotation, and suggested an explanation depending on an assumedv-ariation of sensibility produced by a slight shock. hise iariation, -which appeared to be rapidly extinguished, had aperiodic time of aboutsecond, but differed slightly for-different individuals.' LITERARY NOTES. As everything relating to Aberdeen is of special interest at the present time to members of the. Association in view of the forthcoming annual meeting, we make no excuse for giving extracts from some interesting
more » ... some interesting remarks by Dr. James Galloway, physician to Charing Cross Hospital, on the Rev. James Smith's Genealogies of an Aberdeen Famnily-1540 to 1913, which appear in the Aberdeen Daily Journal of December 24th. He says the book is of interest not only as giving an account of individuals of whom we have some knowledge, but chiefly as a study in the recent ethnology of Aberdeen and its neighbourhood:
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