Tartar Emetic, in the treatment of Croup, is a remedy of great value. Dr. Cheyne * speaks in the highest terms of its efficacy. He regards it as the only medicine entitled to confidence in the second stage of Croup, and adds, that given in doses so as to produce continued nausea, it has been his sheet-anchor for thirty years. In the first stage he also employs it, and directs from 1/4 to 1/2 gr. to be taken every half-hour or hour until it produces sickness; and afterwards hourly, so long as inflammatory symptoms are present. Dr. Stokes also bears testimony to the value of this treatment. The patient should be kept in a warm room at an equal temperature, and hot fomentations to the surface of the throat add greatly to the resolution of the attack.