Black-Legs, a name given by the Leicestershire breeders to a disease incident to calves and sheep. It is a kind of gelatinous humour, which settles between the skin and flesh of the neck, and not unfre-quently in their legs. To remove this troublesome complaint, we conceive that the sal-ammoniac dissolved in the smallest possible quantity of water, and applied to the parts affecfed, by means of proper compresses, or even simple friction, conjoined with suitable exercise, would be the most effectual remedy.