tubes, aagt; it took place immediately proceeding their obtaining relief from the pain in their ears. It may be useful to state, that this pain Ar ill be much diminished, if the bell be allowed to descend slowly so as to admit the air gradually into the ear. ... that tbe fact of such slight obstructions having been frequently removed, by forcing air or tobacco smoke from the mouth into the ear, gives weight to ... I mention these facts for the benefit of those who may have mason work to do under water.
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