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MR. ACTON, M.R.C.S. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON DISEASES OF THE URINARY
AND GENERATIVE ORGANS OF BOTH SEXES, INCLUDING SYPHILIS.
Second Edition. 8vo. cloth, 20s.; or with Plates, 30s. “Mr. Acton's work must be diligently studied by every practitioner who would desire to benefit instead of injuring his patient; it has a distinctive and pre-eminently diagnostic value.”—Med. Gazette.
“The present edition of Mr. Acton's work is very much enlarged, and contains a most valuable collection of matter.” --The Lancet.
“We cannot too highly recommend this treatise; it should be found wherever Surgery is practised throughout the British Empire.”—Provincial Medical Journal.
DR. WILLIAM ADDISON, F.R.S., F.L.S. ON HEALTHY AND DISEASED STRUCTURE, AND THE TRUE
PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT FOR THE CURE OF DISEASE, ESPECIALLY CONSUMPTION AND SCROFULA, founded on MICROSCOPICAL ANALYSIS. 8vo. cloth, 12s. "A work deserving the perusal of every one interested in the late rapid advance of physiology and pathology."'--Medico-Chirurgical Review.
MR. ANDERSON, F.R.C.S.
, AND OTHER NERVOUS AFFECTIONS; their Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment.
8vo. cloth, 5s. THE SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT OF THE DISEASES OF
PREGNANCY. Post 8vo. 4s. 6d.
Post 8vo. cloth, 3s.
DR. JAMES ARNOTT.
ON THE REMEDIAL AGENCY OF A LOCAL ANÆSTHENIC
OR BENUMBING TEMPERATURE, in various painful and inflammatory Diseases. 8vo. cloth, 4s. 6d.
ON INDIGESTION ; its Pathology and its Treatment, by the Local
Application of Uniform and Continuous Heat and Moisture. With an Account of an improved Mode of applying Heat and Moisture in Irritative and Inflammatory Diseases. With a Plate. 8vo. 5s.
PRACTICAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE TREATMENT OF
OBSTRUCTIONS IN THE URETHRA, AND OTHER CANALS, BY THE
F. A. ABEL, F.C.S.,
C. L. BLOXAM,
HANDBOOK OF CHEMISTRY: THEORETICAL, PRACTICAL, AND TECHNICAL. 8vo. cloth.
MR. T. J. ASHTON,
SURGEON TO THE BLENHEIM-STREET DISPENSARY. A TREATISE ON CORNS AND BUNIONS, AND IN-GROW.
ING OF THE TOE-NAIL: their Causes and Treatment. Post 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. “A useful, well conceived, and clearly written little book on a painful class of afflictions, usually as troublesome to the surgeon as to his patient."'--Dublin Medical Journal.
“We have never encountered so singular and remarkable a book. It unites the German research of a Plouquet with the ravings of Rabelais,--the humour of Sterne with the satire of Democritus,-the learning of Burton with the wit of Pindar.”—Dr. Johnson's Review.
“In Mr. Atkinson, I have found a gentleman, and a man of varied talent, ardent and active, and of the most overflowing goodness of heart. In his retirement from an honourable profession (Medicine and Surgery), he knows not what the slightest approximation to ennui is. The heartiest of all the octogenarians I ever saw, he scorns a stretch, and abhors a gape. It is ‘up and be doing' with him from sun. rising to sunset. His library is suffocated with Koburgers, Frobens, the Ascensii, and the Stephens.” - Dibdin's Northern Tour.
DR. BASCOME. A HISTORY OF EPIDEMIC PESTILENCES, FROM THE
EARLIEST AGES. 8vo. cloth, 8s. “ This work appears very opportunely, and will no doubt attract a considerable share of attention." -Lancet.
“This book will be found useful as a work of reference, as it contains a notice of all the most remarkable pestilences that have occurred from 1495 years before the birth of our Saviour to 1848.”—Athenæum.
BATEMAN. MAGNACOPIA: A Practical Library of Profitable Knowledge, commu
nicating the general Minutiæ of Chemical and Pharmaceutic Routine, together with the generality of Secret Forms of Preparations; including Concentrated Solutions of Camphor and Copaiba in Water, Mineral Succedaneum, Marmoratum, Silicia, Terro-Metallicum, Pharmaceutic Condensions, Prismatic Crystallization, Crystallized Aromatic Salt of Vinegar, Spa Waters ; newly-invented Writing Fluids ; Etching on Steel or Iron ; with an extensive Variety of et cætera. Third Edition. 18mo. 6s.
MR LIONEL J. BEALE, M.R.C.S. THE LAW OF HEALTH IN THEIR RELATIONS TO MIND
AND BODY. A Series of Letters from an Old Practitioner to a Patient Post 8vo.
cloth, 7s. 6d. “We gladly welcome Mr. Beale's work. The observations are those of a most experienced and intelligent practitioner, and do equal credit to his head and heart. It is not to the lay reader only that Mr. Beale's work will be acceptable, and we augur for it an extensive popularity.”—Lancet.
“Although addressed to the public, a vast variety of excellent practical matter is contained in it, which is calculated to interest the practitioner. It conveys in an agreeable and epistolary style most of the important truths connected with preventive medicine, and their practical application on the development and maturity of mind and body." Mr. Beale's volume is calculated to make a favourable impression on the minds of all intelligent readers.”—Dublin Quarterly Journal.
THE DRUGGISTS' GENERAL RECEIPT-BOOK: comprising a
copious Veterinary Formulary and Table of Veterinary Materia Medica ; Patent and Proprietary Medicines, Druggists' Nostrums, &c.; Perfumery, Skin Cosmetics, Hair Cosmetics, and Teeth Cosmetics; Beverages, Dietetic Articles, and Condiments ; Trade Chemicals, Miscellaneous Preparations and Compounds used in the Arts, &c.; with useful Memoranda and Tables. Second Edition. 18mo. cloth, 6s. “The 'General Receipt Book’ is an extensive appendix to the ‘Pocket Formulary.' No Pharmaceutist who possesses the latter ought to be without the former, for the two form a complete Counter Companion.' -Annals of Pharmacy.
THE POCKET FORMULARY AND SYNOPSIS OF THE
BRITISH AND FOREIGN PHARMACOPEIAS; compris standard and approved Formulæ for the Preparations and Compounds employed in Medical Practice.
Fifth Edition, corrected and enlarged. 18mo. cloth, 6s. “Extremely useful as an adjunct to the shop library; a pocket Pharmacopæia Universalis, containing, in addition to the officinal formulæ, those magistral preparations which are so continually required at the hands of the dispenser.”---Annals of Chemistry and Pharmacy.
DR. O'B. BELLINGHAM. ON ANEURISM, AND ITS TREATMENT BY COMPRESSION.
12mo. cloth, 4s. “In our opinion, has conferred a signal benefit upon the art of surgery by his improvement of the mode of employing pressure, and upon the science by his ingenious and philosophical exposition of its operation.”—Medico-Chirurgical Review.
DR. HENRY BENNET,
OBSTETRIC PHYSICIAN TO THE WESTERN DISPENSARY. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON INFLAMMATION AND
OTHER DISEASES OF THE UTERUS. Third Edition, revised, with additions. 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d. “We are firmly of opinion, that in proportion as a knowledge of uterine diseases becomes more appreciated, this work will be proportionally established as a text-book in the profession."-Lancet.
JAMES BIRD, M.D.,
LATE PHYSICIAN-GENERAL, BOMBAY. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE PATHOLOGY AND
TREATMENT OF RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, AND COGNATE DISEASES, usually called Pseudo-Syphiloid. Post 8vo. Nearly ready.
DR. BLAKISTON, F.R.S.,
LATE PHYSICIAN TO THE BIRMINGHAM GENERAL HOSPITAL.
PRACTICAL OBSERVATIONS ON CERTAIN DISEASES OF
THE CHEST; and on the Principles of Auscultation. 8vo. cloth, 12s. "Dr. Blakiston's production not only gives him a place in the rather thin ranks of sound and accomplished physicians, possessed of a true notion of the importance of their science, and of the means by which it should be cultivated, - but adds to English Medical Literature one of the few really inductive works by which it is adorned.”—Medico-Chirurgical Review.
DR. GOLDING BIRD, F.R.S.
URINARY DEPOSITS; THEIR DIAGNOSIS, PATHOLOGY,
AND THERAPEUTICAL INDICATIONS. With Engravings on Wood. Fourth Edition. Post 8vo. cloth, 10s. 6d.
ELEMENTS OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY; being an Experimental
Introduction to the Study of the Physical Sciences. Illustrated with numerous Engravings on Wood. Fourth Edition. Fcap. 8vo. In the Press.
DR. JOHN W. F. BLUNDELL. MEDICINA MECHANICA; or, the Theory and Practice of Active and
Passive Exercises and Manipulations in the Cure of Chronic Disease. Post 8vo. cloth, 6s.
MR. JOHN E. BOWMAN,
PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY, including Analysis. With numerous Illus
trations on Wood. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. “One of the most complete manuals that has for a long time been given to the chemical student. Every process is indicated with clearness, and the manipulatory details are assisted by an extensive series of woodcuts." --Athenæum.
A HAND-BOOK OF MEDICAL CHEMISTRY; with Illustrations on
Wood. Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo. cloth, 6s. 6d. “We have examined this treatise, and we can recommend it to the student as a useful elementary guide. The illustrations are numerous and accurate, and well calculated to aid diagnosis.”—Medical Gazette.
DR. JAMES BRIGHT. ON DISEASES OF THE CHEST AND AIR PASSAGES ;
with a Review the several Climates recommended in these Affections. Post 8vo. cloth, 6s.
DR. BUDD, F.R.S.,
ON DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
“In Dr. Budd's work the practitioner will find abundant instructions upon symptoms and treatment. We hope the specimen we have exhibited will induce many to search the work for themselves.”—Lancet.
DR. WILLOUGHBY BURSLEM,
SENIOR PHYSICIAN TO THE BLENHEIM STREET DISPENSARY. PULMONARY CONSUMPTION AND ITS TREATMENT. Post
8vo. cloth, 5s. “We find a series of original and important observations on the state of the periodical functions of the female in relation to the development and treatment of phthisis, and a commentary on the various phenomena of the disease, which impress us with the conviction that the author is as painstaking in his literary pursuit of knowledge as he is evidently a practical physician.”—Lancet.
HOMEOPATHY AND THE HOMEOPATHS.
Fcap. 8vo. cloth, 5s.
MISS MARTINEAU AND HER MASTER.
Fcap. 8vo. 5s.
DR. CARPENTER, F.R.S.
1. PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY. With numerous Illus
trations on Steel and Wood. Fourth Edition. 8vo. cloth, 28s.
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSIOLOGY, GENERAL AND COMPA
RATIVE. Illustrated with 321 Engravings on Wood. Fourth Edition. In the Press. " It is our opinion that, whether for reference or study in the subject to which it especially refers, no better book than Dr. Carpenter's Principles of Physiology, General and Comparative, can be placed in the hands of student or practitioner.”—Medical Gazette.
“This is a truly admirable digest of General and Comparative Physiology. We congratulate the professional public and the student on the possession of a book which will enable them to connect their anatomical and physiological knowledge with the whole range of the natural sciences.”—Edinburgh Monthly Journal.
“The recent progress of the science of Physiology has been nowhere better marked in the literature of this country than in the works of Dr. Carpenter."-Athenæum.
A MANUAL OF PHYSIOLOGY.
With numerous Illustrations on Steel and Wood. Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d. “Dr. Carpenter has brought up his Manual, in this new and beautiful edition, to the present state of physiological science. The work is complete. We recommend it as an admirable text-book.” - London Journal of Medicine.
“We can strongly recommend this volume to the student. This second edition contains the latest additions to physiological science."--Medical Gazette.
B. CARTER, M.R.C.S.
cloth, 4s. 6d.
MR. H.. T. CHAPMAN, F.R.C.S.
NEOUS ERUPTIONS OF THE LEG WITHOUT CONFINEMENT. Second
Edition. Post 8vo. cloth, 3s. 6d. “Mr. Chapman has done much by directing the attention of the profession to the advantages of this combined treatment. We have read his work with much pleasure, and have used the compress, straps of linen, and roller, as directed, and have found them to answer admirably well.”—Dublin Quarterly Medical Journal.
DR. JOHN GREEN CROSSE, F.R.S.
by EDWARD COPEMAN, M.D., F.R.C.S. 8vo. cloth, 7s. 6d.