ARTICLES. -- Calomel, corrosive sublimate, red precipitate, vermillion, white precipitate, turbith mineral.

SYMPTOMS. -- Harsh metallic astringent taste, burning pain in the stomach, vomiting and purging frequently of bloody matter, tightness and burning in the throat, tendency to doze, stupor.

TREATMENT. -- Albumen in some form must be instantly given; either the white of eggs beaten up with water, milk or wheat flour beaten up. Iron filings can also be given. After these give linseed tea.