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ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.

I. GEORGE REULING, M. D.-The Extraction of Cataract within the Lenticular Capsule..

II, DAVID HUNT, A. M., M.D.-A Criticism of Dr. De Rosset's Theory of the Action of

the Muscle of Accommodation......

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III. A. M. HURLBUTT.-On the Structure of the Blood-Corpuscle of tae Oyster..

23

CLINICAL LECTORES

81

OLINICAL RECORDS FROM PRIVATE AND HOSPITAL PRACTICE.

I Symblepharon complete from Idiopathic Canses ; a very Rare Disease. By JULIAN J.

CUROLM..

IL Edema of Larynx from Lodgment of a Foreign Body; Tracheotomy; Recovery.

Recurrence of Dyspncea six weeks afterward froin Formation of a Tumor in the

Trachea at the Point of Incision; Breaking down of Growth under the Use o

Astringent Inhalations; Recovery. By ANDREW H. Smite...

III. Multiple Fracture of Both Thighs with Compound Fracture of Leg; Amputation;

Gypsum Bandage; Recovery. By LEROY J. BROOKS...

NOTES OF HOSPITAL PRACTICE..

PROCEEDINGS OF SOCIETIES.......

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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND LITERARY NOTES,

I The Principles and Practice of Surgery, being a Treatise on Surgical Diseases and In-

jaries. 'By D, Hayes AGNEW, M.D., LL. D...

72

II. Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York for the Year 1878 61

III. Stricture of the Male l'rethra. It Radical Cure. By FESSENDEN N. OTIS, M. D. 83

IV. Litboplaxy or Rapid Lithotrity with Evacuation. By HENRI J. BIGELOW, M.D.

85

V. Practical Surgery: including Surgical Dressings, Bandaging, Ligations, and Amputa-

tions. By J. EWING MEARS, M.D..

86

VI. Hand-Book of Surgical Pathology for the Use of Siudents in the Museum of St. Bar-

tholomew's Hospital. By W.J. WALSHAM, M, B, F R.C.S.

87

VII. A Manunl of Prescription Writing, with a lull Explanation of the Methods of correctly

Writing Prescriptions; a Table of Doses exprinsed in both the Apothecaries and

Metric Systems, Rules for avoiding Incompatibilities and combining Medicines,

By MATTHEW D. MANN, A, M., M.D...

88

REPORTS ON THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE:

QUARTERLY REPORT ON LARYNGOLOGY

91

OBSTETRICS.....

107

MISCELLANE.......

ARMY INTELLIGENCE

112

Kissingen and Vichy Waters, etc.

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AS MANUFACTURED BY

DR. HANBURY SMITH, Keep better than the natural; produce precisely the same effects as those do when

in their best condition, and are not, like them, variable in composition,

Beware of the spurious and inferior articles with which the

market is flooded.

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NEW YORK, March 2, 1870. Having carefully examined the improved processes adopted in the laboratory of Dr. HANBURY SMITH, and ANALYZED SAMPLES of the MINERAL SPRING WATERS which he offers for sale, I am prepared to testify that the waters are manufactured with the most intelligent and conscientious care, and are every way reliable substitutes for the natural waters. The public estimation in which Dr. Smith's preparations are held is thus amply justified by my investigations and analyses.

CHARLES A. SEELY,
Late Prof. of Chemistry and Toxicology in the N. Y. Med. College, and

of Chemistry and Metallurgy in the N. Y. College of Dentistry.

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EXAMINE THE BRAND ON EACH END OF THE COrk.

HANBURY SMITH & HAZARD, 35 UNION SQUARE, NEW YORK.

Surgeons' and Physicians ' BRUSHES

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PENCILS MADE TO ORDER.

F. W. DEVOE & CO.,
Corner Fulton and William Streets,

NEW YORK, Manufacturers of Artists' Fine Brushes, Colors. &c.

LACTOPEPTINE,

The most important remedial agent ever presented to the Profession for Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Vomiting in Pregnancy, Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all Diseases arising from imperfect nutrition, containing the five active agents or digestion, viz., Pepsin, Pancreatine, Diastase or Vegetable Ptyalin, Lactic and Hydrochloric Acids, in combination with Sugar of Milk.

FORMULA OF LACTOPEPTINE, Sugar of Milk..

..40 ounces. Veg. Ptyalin or Diastasc... .4 drachme. Pepsir....

8
Lactic Acid.....

.5 A. Pancreatine.

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Hydrochloric Acid.. ..5 f1. LACTOPEPTINE owes its great success solely to the Medical Profession, and is sold almost entirely by Physicians' Prescriptions. Its almost universal adoption by the profession is the strongest guarantee we can give that its therapeutic value has been most thoroughly established.

The undersigned, having tested LACTOPEPTINE, recommend it to the profession: ALFRED L. LOOMIS, M. D., Professor of F. LE ROY SATTERLEE, M. D., Ph. D., Pro

Pathology and Practice of Medicine, Univer fessor of Chem., Mat Med., and Therap., in sity of the City of New York.

the N. Y. (College of Dent. ; Prof. of Chem. LEWIS A. SAYRE, M, D., Professor of Ortho and Hygiene in the Am. Vet. College, etc.

pedic Surgery and Clinical Surgery, Bellevue SAMUEL R. PERCY, M. D., Professor Materia Hospital Medical College.

Medica, New York Medical College. A. Van Deveer, M. D..

"I have given LACTOPEPTINE a good thor. Albany, N. Y., June 8, 1878. Prof. of the Prin. and Prac. of Surg.,

ough trial, and have been greatly pleased with the Albany Med. Col. ; Surg. Albany and

excellent results that have followed its administra St. Peter's Hospitals.

tion." Joax H. PACKARD, M. D.,

"I have found great satisfaction in the use of Philadelphia, Pa., May 30, 1878. LACTOPEPTINE, and have ordered it frequently Pres't Pa Co. Obstet. Society; Surg. in cases of l yspepsia, especially where there is want

Episcopal and Women's Hospitals. of tone and defective secretions." JAS, AITKEN MEGS, M. D.,

Philadelphia, June 20, 1973. Prof. of the Institutes of Med. and Med.

“I have used LACTOPEPTINE with very good Juris., Jeff. Medical College; Phy, to

effect in a number of cases of Dyspepsia." Penn. Hoz. W. W. Dawsox, M.D.,

Cincinnati, O., June 21, 1878. "I have used LACTOPEPTINE with great ad. Prof. Prin. and Prac. Surg., Med. Col. of vantage in cases of feeble digestion."

Ohio: Surg. to Good Samaritan Hos. ALBERT F. A. KING, M.D.,

“ I have used LACTOPEPTINE both in hospital Washington, D. C., June 19, 1878.

and private practice, and have found it to answer Prof. of Obstetrics, University of Ver

fully the purposes for which it is recommended.

As an inninediate aid to the digestive function, I mont.

know of no remedy which acts more directly." D. W. YANDELL, M. D,

** I have made much rise of LACTOPEPTINE, Louisville, Ky., March 7, 1878. and take great pleasure in stating that it has rurely Prof. of the Science and Art of Surg , and disappointed me. I shall, of course, continue to pro

Clinical Surg. University of Louisville. scribe it." Rob'T BATTEY, M.D.,

Rome, Ga., June 7, 1878. Emeritus Prof. of Obstetrics, Atlanta

"I have used LACTOPEPTINE in a case of Med. College, and Ex-Pres. Med. As

Dyspepsia with satisfaction. I think well of it.” sociation of G.

"I consider LACTOPEPTINE the very best CLAUDE H. MASTIN, M.D., LL.D.,

preparation of the kind which I have ever employed, Mobile, Ala., June 8, 1878. and for patients with feeble digestion I know of

nothing which is equal to it.” Prof. H. O. BARTLETT, Ph.D., F. C. 8.,

"I find the preparation of LACTOPEPTINE London, England, February 22, 1876.

contains within itself all the principles required to

promote a healthy digestion." PRICE-LIST. LACTOPEPTINE (in oz. Bottles)...per oz. $1.00

We also prepare the various Elixirs .. per doz. 10.00

and Syrups, in combination with Lacto(in lb.

pepline.

.... per Ib. 12.00

THE NEW YORK PHARMACAL ASSOCIATION, P. O, Box 1574.

2 & 3 COLLEGE PLACE, NEW YORK.

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