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ON SPINAL IRRITATION, THE SOURCE OF NERVOUS
NESS, INDIGESTION, AND FUNCTIONAL DERANGEMENTS OF THE PRINCIPAL ORGANS OF THE BODY; with Cases, illustrating the Importance of attending to the peculiar Temperature of the Patient, and the most successful Mode of Treatment, and on the legitimate Remedial Use of Water. Post 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d.
THE REMEDIAL INFLUENCE OF OXYGEN. NITROUS
OXYDE, AND OTHER GASES, ELECTRICITY, AND GALVANISM. Post 8vo. cloth, 5s. 6d.
MR. ROBERTON, FORMERLY SENIOR SURGEON TO THE MANCHESTER AND SALFORD LYING-IN HOSPITAL. ON THE PHYSIOLOGY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN, AND
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DR. W. H. ROBERTSON,
THE NATURE AND TREATMENT OF GOUT.
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A TREATISE ON DIET AND REGIMEN.
Fourth Edition. 2 vols. post 8vo. cloth, 128. “It is scarcely necessary that we should add our hearty recommendation of Dr. Robertson's treatise, not merely to our medical readers, but to the public, over whom they have an influence. It is one of the few books which is legitimately adapted, both in subject and manner of treatment, to both classes.”— British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review.
DR. ROTH. ON MOVEMENTS. An Exposition of their Principles and Practice, for
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DR. ROWE, F.S.A. NERVOUS DISEASES. LIVER AND
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DR. ROYLE, F.R.S. A MANUAL OF MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS.
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A COMPENDIUM OF DOMESTIC MEDICINE, AND COMPA
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1. THE CLIMATE OF THE SOUTH OF DEVON, AND ITS IN
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THE HISTORY OF THE CHOLERA IN EXETER IN 1832.
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MR. SHAW. THE MEDICAL REMEMBRANCER; OR, BOOK OF EMER
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SPURGIN. LECTURES ON MATERIA MEDICA, AND ITS RELATIONS
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DR, W. TYLER SMITH,
PARTURITION AND OBSTETRICS. Illustrated with Engravings on
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THE PERIODOSCOPE, a new Instrument for determining the Date of
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SCROFULA : its Causes and Treatment, and the Prevention and Eradication
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THE PHARMACOPEIA, (LONDON, EDINBURGH, AND
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J. STEPHENSON, M.D., & J. M. CHURCHILL, F.L.S. MEDICAL BOTANY; OR, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIP
TIONS OF THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHARMACOPEIAS; comprising a popular and scientific Account of Poisonous Vegetables indigenous to Great Britain. Edited by GILBERT BURNETT, F.L.S., Professor of Botany in King's College.
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FIRST LINES FOR CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS PREPARING FOR EX
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DR. ALFRED TAYLOR, F.R.S.,
A MANUAL OF MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE. Fourth Edition.
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MR. TAMPLIN, F.R.C.S.E.,
SURGEON TO, AND LECTURER ON DEFORMITIES AT, THE ROYAL ORTHOPÆDIC HOSPITAL.
LATERAL CURVATURE OF THE SPINE: its Causes, Nature, and
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DR. SPENCER THOMSON.
TEMPERANCE AND TOTAL ABSTINENCE; OR, THE USE
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BRITISH CHOLERA: its Nature and Causes considered in connection
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ON DISEASES OF WOMEN AND OVARIAN INFLAM
MATION IN RELATION TO MORBID MENSTRUATION, STERILITY,
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II. ON THE PRESERVATION OF THE HEALTH OF WOMEN
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PHYSICIAN TO THE LIVERPOOL NORTHERN HOSPITAL.
A TABULAR VIEW AND SYNOPSIS OF THE PHYSICAL
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AN INQUIRY HOW FAR CONSUMPTION IS CURABLE;
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