ARTICLES. -- Acetate or sugar of lead, white lead, red lead, litharge.

SYMPTOMS. -- Metallic taste in mouth, pain in stomach and bowels, painful vomiting, often blood, hiccough. If taken for some time, obstinate colic, paralysis, partial or complete; obstinate constipation, diminution of urine.

TREATMENT. -- Put two ounces of epsom salts into a pint of water and give a wineglassful every ten minutes until it operates freely. If the solid forms have been taken, give dilute sulphuric acid, but very carefully.