The Museum of Orfila (5) is of the greatest importance to students of medicine. All can go there to study human and comparative anatomy including its innermost secrets, from the comparative anatomy including its innermost secrets, from the dwarf to the giant, the fish to man, from the cell to the organ. There is a table there made by an Italian and presented, I believe, to Napoleon III. This table is made of human livers, intestines, bones, flesh, lungs, and ears. The learned Italian knew how to harden them in such a way that they became as hard as marble and these different substances of the human body formed fanciful designs; however I believe that there are many persons who will not dare to eat on that table. The process is unknown, the secret having been lost, it seems.