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torrential streams reaches Paris in three or four days from the more distant parts of the basin,1 while the corresponding flood of the lower streams is at least three or four days later. These meteorological and geographical features must be reckoned with if Paris is to be spared another disaster. M. Camille Flammarion, the French, astronomer, has recalled what the late emperor of the 1 por a review < ! this mbjeot, Bee the Times, London, Feb. 2, lttio. The sewers of Paris converge into largedoi:10.1056/nejm191008181630706 fatcat:jnmguk4m2bhklnp6i6y3gd2wse