Fair, thin, frail, mentally active little girl of ten years had been ill with glandular swelling and high fever for several days. On the fourth day, when I was called, her temperature was 104.4 degrees, throat, sore, with great difficulty in swallowing; left cervical glands swollen and exquisitely sensitive to touch. The child seemed anxious to tell me of her most disturbing symptom, a sensation as if the bed were tilted on end and that she was STANDING ON HER HEAD. Phos. ac. 3M, one dose, was given. In twelve hours the temperature was down to normal and all symptoms promptly disappeared.–M. BURGESS WEBSTER.