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DR. GULLY.

1.

THE WATER CURE IN CHRONIC DISEASE: an Exposition of

the Causes, Progress, and Terminations of various Chronic Diseases of the Viscera, Nervous System, and Limbs, and of their Treatment by Water and other Hygienic Means. Fourth Edition. Foolscap 8vo. sewed, 2s. 6d.

II.

THE SIMPLE TREATMENT OF DISEASE; deduced from the

Methods of Expectancy and Revulsion. 18mo. cloth, 4s.

III.

AN EXPOSITION OF THE SYMPTOMS, ESSENTIAL NATURE,

AND TREATMENT OF NERVOUSNESS. Second Edition. 8vo. 6s.

MR. GUTHRIE, F.R.S. THE ANATOMY OF THE BLADDER AND OF THE URETHRA.

BLADD Third Edition. 8vo. cloth, 5s.

II.

ON INJURIES OF THE HEAD AFFECTING THE BRAIN,

AND ON HERNIA. 4to. boards, 7s.

III.

ON WOUNDS AND INJURIES OF THE CHEST. 8vo. cloth,

4s. 6d.

DR. GUY,

PHYSICIAN TO KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL. HOOPER'S PHYSICIAN'S VADE-MECUM; OR, MANUAL OF

THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PHYSIC. New Edition, considerably enlarged, and re-written. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d.

GUY'S HOSPITAL REPORTS. Vol. VIII. Part I. 7s., with Plates.

CONTENTS. 1. Cases of Pneumothorax, with Remarks. By H. M. HUGHES, M.D. 2. Cases selected from the Ward-Books of Petersham House, and from the Records of

the Lying-in Charity; with Remarks. By John C. W. LEVER, M.D. 3. On the Pulse. By G. H. BARLOW, M.D. 4. Intra-Uterine Polypus of great size, developed during Pregnancy. By DR. OLDHAM. 5. Ophthalmic Case. By John FRANCE. 6. A Further Report on the Value of Electricity as a Remedial Agent. By WILLIAM

GULL, M.D. With Plate. 7. Parthogenetic Tumour attached to the Muscular Tissue of the Left Ventricle of the

Heart of a Sheep. By WILLIAM GULL, M.D. With Plate. 8. Vitiligoidea; a. Plana; B. Tuberosa. By WILLIAM GULL, M.D. With Plate. 9. A Few Remarks on Peculiar Follicular Disease. By EDWARD Cook. With Plates. 10. Cases of Intestinal Obstruction relieved by Operation; with Remarks. By John

HILTON, F.R.C.S. With Plate.

DR. MARSHALL HALL, F.R.S.
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS AND SUGGESTIONS IN MEDI-

CINE. Post 8vo. cloth, 8s. 6d.
DITTO. Second Series. Post 8vo. cloth, 8s. 6d.

“The work affords fruits of the mental energy of an observer who is anything but content to follow the beaten path where more successful roads lie open before him. It is not a work of speculative dreamy philosophy, but of sound practical common sense, and as such will recommend itself to the judicious practitioner.”Northern Journal of Medicine.

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MR. HARE, M.R.C.S. PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE PREVENTION,

CAUSES, AND TREATMENT OF CURVATURES OF THE SPINE; with Engravings. Third Edition. 8vo. cloth, 6s.

MR. HARRISON, F.R.C.S. THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF STRICTURE OF

THE URETHRA. 8vo, cloth, 7s. 6d.

MR. JAMES B, HARRISON, F.R.C.S. ON THE CONTAMINATION OF WATER BY THE POISON

OF LEAD, and its Effects on the Human Body. Foolscap 8vo. 3s. 6d.

MR. F. W. HEADLAND, B.A., M.R.C.S. ON THE ACTION OF MEDICINES; OR, THE MODE IN

WHICH THERAPEUTIC AGENTS INTRODUCED INTO THE STOMACH PRODUCE THEIR PECULIAR EFFECTS ON THE ANIMAL ECONOMY. Being the Prize Essay to which the Medical Society of London awarded the Fothergillian Gold Medal for 1852. 8vo. cloth, 8s. 6d. “Mr. Headland's book is very creditable to his talents ; it displays in every page the evidence of extensive knowledge and of sound reasoning."-Medical Times.

“This is a book after the critic's own heart. Treating of a subtle point, which has in almost all ages and countries occupied the attention of medical and chemical philosophers, Mr. Headland has struck out a path for himself, and has thereby not only shown how much remained to be done, how many of our hypotheses as to the action of medicines were grounded on the insecure foundation of bare assertion, but by his laborious essay has put the present views of therapeutists in a clear light, and by his own experiments and observations has removed some of the many deep obscurities which have so long surrounded the subject.”Lancet.

MR. HIGGINBOTTOM, F.R.C.S.

I.

ADDITIONAL OBSERVATIONS ON THE NITRATE OF SIL

VER; with full Directions for its Use as a Therapeutic Agent. 8vo. 2s. 6d.

II.

AN ESSAY ON THE USE OF THE NITRATE OF SILVER

IN THE CURE OF INFLAMMATION, WOUNDS, AND ULCERS. Second Edition. Price 5s.

DR. HIND S. THE HARMONIES OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE IN RELATION

TO THE HIGHER SENTIMENTS; with Observations on Medical Studies, and on the Moral and Scientific Relations of Medical Life. Post 8vo., cloth, 5s.

DR. JAMES HOPE, F.R.S. ON DISEASES OF THE HEART AND GREAT VESSELS.

Foi Edition. Post 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d. “This is a new edition of the late Dr. Hope's well-known treatise, reduced in size and price. To those who are desirous of possessing this truly standard work, we would strongly recommend the present edition.”Provincial Medical Journal.

MR. THOMAS HUNT, M.R.C.S. THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF CERTAIN DIS

EASES OF THE SKIN, generally pronounced Intractable. Illustrated by upwards of Forty Cases. 8vo. cloth, 6s. We have found Mr. Hunt's practice exceedingly successful in severe obstinate cases.”—Braithwaite's Retrospect of Medicine.

“The facts and views he brings forward eminently merit attention.”- British and Foreign Medical Review.

DR. ARTHUR JACOB, F.R.C.S., PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IN THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND. A TREATISE ON THE INFLAMMATIONS OF THE EYE-BALL.

Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 5s. It includes the Description and Treatment of the Idiopathic, Scrofulous, Rheumatic, Arthritic, Syphilitic, Gonorrhoeal, Post-febrile, and Neuralgic Species ; as well as the circumscribed Inflammations of the Cornea, Membrane of the Aqueous Humour, Choroid, Crystalline Lens and Retina; and also Inflammation from Injury, with the Sympathetic and Phlebitic varieties.

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MR. WHARTON JONES, F.R.S.,
PROFESSOR OF OPHTHALMIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY IN UNIVERSITY COLLEGE.

I.

A MANUAL OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF

OPHTHALMIC MEDICINE AND SURGERY ; illustrated with 102 Engravings, plain and coloured. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d. “We can assure students that they cannot meet with a hand-book on this subject that is more ably or more carefully written.”—Medical Gazette.

“We entertain little doubt that this work will become a manual for daily reference and consultation by the student and general practitioner."'-- British and Foreign Medical Review.

II.

THE WISDOM AND BENEFICENCE OF THE ALMIGHTY,

AS DISPLAYED IN THE SENSE OF VISION; being the Actonian Prize Essay

for 1851. With Illustrations on Steel and Wood. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d. A fit sequel to the Bridgewater Treatises : it is philosophically and admirably written.”Literary Gazette.

“ This treatise resembles in style of treatment the famous Bridgewater Treatises."-Athenæum.

DR. BENCE JONES, F.R.S. ON ANIMAL CHEMISTRY, in its relation to STOMACH and RENAL

DISEASES. 8vo. cloth, 6s. “The work of Dr. Bence Jones is one of the most philosophical and practical which has issued from the press

for

many years past."-Lancet. “Dr. Bence Jones is already favourably known as the author of works and papers on animal chemistry, and this contribution to his favourite science is calculated to extend his reputation as an able chemist and sound physician.”—Monthly Medical Journal.

MR. LAWRENCE, F.R.S. A TREATISE ON RUPTURES. The Fifth Edition, considerably

enlarged. 8vo. cloth, 16s. “The peculiar advantage of the treatise of Mr. Lawrence is, that he explains his views on the anatomy of hernia and the different varieties of the disease in a manner which renders his book peculiarly useful to the student. It must be superfluous to express our opinion of its value to the surgical practitioner. As a treatise on hernia, presenting a complete view of the literature of the subject, it stands in the first rank,” --Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal.

DR. HUNTER LANE, F.L.S. A COMPENDIUM OF MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY;

adapted to the London Pharmacopæia, 1851, embodying all the new French, American, and Indian Medicines, and also comprising a Summary of Practical Toxicology. Second

Edition. 24mo. cloth, 58. 6d. Dr. Lane's volume is on the same general plan as Dr. Thompson's long-known Conspectus ; but it is much fuller in its details, more especially in the chemical department. It seems carefully compiled, is well suited for its purpose, and cannot fail to be useful.”British and Foreign Medical Review.

MR. EDWIN LEE.

1.

THE BATHS OF RHENISH GERMANY; with Notices of the

adjacent Towns. Post 8vo. cloth, 4s.

II.

OBSERVATIONS ON THE MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS AND

PRACTICE OF FRANCE, ITALY, AND GERMANY ; with Notices of the Universities and Climates, and a Parallel View of English and Foreign Medicine and Surgery. Second Edition, 78. 6d.

in,

PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON MINERAL WATERS AND

BATHS. Post 8vo. cloth, 3s.

DR. ROBERT LEE, F.R.S.

I.

CLINICAL REPORTS OF OVARIAN AND UTERINE DIS

EASES, with Commentaries. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d.

II.

CLINICAL MIDWIFERY: comprising the Histories of 545 Cases of

Difficult, Preternatural, and Complicated Labour, with Commentaries. Second Edition.

Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 5s. “More instructive to the juvenile practitioner than a score of systematic works.”—Lancet.

“Will be consulted by every accoucheur who practises his art with the zeal which it merits.”—Medical Gazette.

“An invaluable record for the practitioner.”New York Annalist.
“This admirable book of precedents.” ---Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.
“A storehouse of valuable facts and precedents.”-American Journal of the Medical Sciences.

III.

PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON DISEASES OF THE

UTERUS. With coloured Plates. Two Parts. Imperial 4to., 7s. 6d. each Part.

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MR. LISTON, F.R.S.
PRACTICAL SURGERY. Fourth Edition. 8vo. cloth, 22s.

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LONDON MEDICAL SOCIETY OF OBSERVATION. WHAT TO OBSERVE AT THE BED - SIDE, AND AFTER

DEATH. Published by Authority. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d.

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OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF LATERAL CUR

VATURE OF THE SPINE. Second Edition. 8vo. cloth, 6s. “We would wish that this treatise on lateral curvature of the spine were generally read, since much ignorance prevails concerning the subject, and, consequently, it presents an ample field for the quack, and an opprobrium to the profession."-Lancet.

M. LUGOL. ON SCROFULOUS DISEASES. Translated from the French, with

Additions by W. H. RANKING, M.D., Physician to the Suffolk General Hospital. 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d.

DR.

MACREIGHT. A MANUAL OF BRITISH BOTANY; with a Series of Analytical

Tables for the Assistance of the Student in the Examination of the Plants indigenous to, or commonly cultivated in, Great Britain. Small 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d.

DR. MACKNESS.

MEMORIALS OF HIS LIFE AND CHARACTER.

24mo.

cloth, 4s. 6d.

II.

HASTINGS CONSIDERED AS A RESORT FOR INVALIDS.

Second Edition. 8vo. cloth, 4s.

THE MORAL ASPECTS OF "MEDICAL LIFE.

12mo. cloth,

78. 6d.

MR. MACILWAIN, ON TUMOURS, THEIR GENERAL NATURE AND TREAT

MENT. 8vo. cloth, 5s.

DR.

MAYNE. AN EXPOSITORY LEXICON OF THE TERMS, ANCIENT

AND MODERN, IN MEDICAL AND GENERAL SCIENCE, including a complete MEDICAL AND MEDICO-LEGAL VOCABULARY, and presenting the correct Pronunciation, Derivation, Definition, and Explanation of the Names, Analogues, Synonymes, and Phrases (in English, Latin, Greek, French, and German,) employed in Science and connected with Medicine. Part I., price 5s.

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