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DR. G. C. CHILD. ON INDIGESTION, AND CERTAIN BILIOUS DISORDERS
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SIR JAMES CLARK, M.D., BART.,
PHYSICIAN TO THE QUEEN. THE SANATIVE INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE. With an Account
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DR. CONOLLY. THE CONSTRUCTION AND GOVERNMENT OF LUNATIC
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MR. BRANSBY B. COOPER, F.R.S.,
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LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF SUR
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MR. W. WHITE COOPER,
ON NEAR SIGHT, AGED SIGHT, IMPAIRED VISION,
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A DICTIONARY OF PRACTICAL SURGERY; comprehending all
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MR. COOLEY. COMPREHENSIVE SUPPLEMENT TO THE PHARMACOPELAS. THE CYCLOPÆDIA OF PRACTICAL RECEIPTS, AND COL
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A TREATISE ON DISLOCATIONS AND FRACTURES OF
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ON THE STRUCTURE AND DISEASES OF THE TESTIS. Illustrated with 24 highly-finished Coloured Plates. Second Edition. Royal 4to.
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ASSISTANT-PHYSICIAN TO THE HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTION, BROMPTON.
ON CONSUMPTION : Its Nature, Symptoms, and Treatment. To
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PHTHISIS AND THE STETHOSCOPE: a concise Practical Guide
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ON DISEASES OF THE BLADDER AND PROSTATE GLAND.
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DR. ERNEST VON FEUCHTERSLEBEN. DIETETICS OF THE SOUL Translated from the Seventh German
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C. REMIGIUS FRESENIUS. ELEMENTARY INSTRUCTION IN CHEMICAL ANALYSIS,
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GAVIN. ON FEIGNED AND FICTITIOUS DISEASES, chiefly of Soldiers
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