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Page iii - DR. MILLINGEN. ON THE TREATMENT AND MANAGEMENT OF THE INSANE; with Considerations on Public and Private Lunatic Asylums. 18mo. cloth, 4s. 6d.
Page ii - DR. HUNTER LANE, FLS A COMPENDIUM OF MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY; adapted to the London Pharmacopoeia, 1851, embodying all the new French, American, and Indian Medicines, and also comprising a Summary of Practical Toxicology.
Page iv - A MANUAL FOR THE COLLEGE OF SURGEONS; intended for the Use of Candidates for Examination and Practitioners. Second Edition. 12mo. cloth, 10s. in. GREGORY'S CONSPECTUS MEDICINE THEORETICS. The First Part, containing the Original Text, with an Ordo Verborum, and Literal Translation. 12mo. cloth, 10s. IV.
Page i - THE SIMPLE TREATMENT OF DISEASE; deduced from the Methods of Expectancy and Revulsion. 18mo. cloth, 4s. DR. GUY. HOOPER'S PHYSICIAN'S VADE-MECUM; OR, MANUAL OF THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PHYSIC. New Edition, considerably enlarged, and rewritten. Foolscap 8vo. cloth, 12s. 6d. GUY'S HOSPITAL REPORTS. Third Series.
Page ii - 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.
Page v - Edited by GILBERT BURNETT, FLS, Professor of Botany in King's College. In three handsome royal 8vo. volumes, illustrated by Two Hundred Engravings, beautifully drawn and coloured from nature, cloth lettered. Reduced from £6. 6s. to £4. " The most complete and comprehensive work on Medical Botany...
Page vi - DISEASES OF THE SKIN : A Practical and Theoretical Treatise on the DIAGNOSIS, PATHOLOGY, and TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES.
Page v - J. STEPHENSON, MD, &. JM CHURCHILL, FLS MEDICAL BOTANY; OR, ILLUSTRATIONS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MEDICINAL PLANTS OF THE PHARMACOPOEIAS; comprising a popular and scientific Account of Poisonous Vegetables indigenous to Great Britain.
Page v - MR. SHAW, MRCS THE MEDICAL REMEMBRANCER ; OR, BOOK OF EMERGENCIES : in which are concisely pointed out the Immediate Remedies to be adopted in the First Moments of Danger from Poisoning, Drowning, Apoplexy, Burns, and other Accidents; with the Tests for the Principal Poisons, and other useful Information.