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VII.
Natural History, Pathology, and Treatment of the Epidemic Fever at present pre-

vai ing in Edinburgh and other towns: illustrated by Cases and Dissections.
By John Rose CORMACK, M.D...

VII.
The Fifth Annual Report of the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages
in England

1. Abstract of Births, Deaths and Marriages in 1817

2 Mr. Farr on the Construction of Life Tables

3. Mr. Farr on Public Health

1. Deaths by Childbirth

2. Causes of the High Mortality in the Town District

IX.

On the Nature and Treatment of Tic Douloureux, Sciatica, and other Neuralgic

Disorders. By HENRY HUNT, M.D.

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Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals, &c.

1. Miscellaneous Remarks on Hematology

177

2. Observations on Pulmonary Gangrene

180

3. Microscopic Anatomy of Tubercles

182

4. Professor Forget on Adhesions of the Pericardiom

183

5. On the Animalcular Condition of the Blood in Dogs..

184

6. M. Orfila's Reply to certain Misrepresentations..

185

7. Award of Prizes at the Academy of Science

186

8. On the Tendencies of Cotemporaneous Surgery..

188

9. A New Method to promote Cicatrization of Recent Wounds

191

10. 1. Cazenave on the Treatment of Psoriasis

192

1. Strychnine a Test for the Administration of Morphia in Neuralgia

193

12. Utility of Savine in Atonic Metrorrhagia ..

194

13. Remarks on Iliac Phlebitis in Phthisical and other Patients

195

11. Notice of some recent French Works on Typhoid Fever

197

15. Moral Theology in Reference to Physiology and Medicine

199

16. On the Cure of Stammering..

203

17. On the Cause of the Lassitude and Panting in ascending High Mountains 205

18. Hygienic Effects of Swimming ..

206

19. On the Post-natal Descent of the Testicles, and the Accidents thereby occa-

sioned

207

20. On the Utility of Surgical Operations in Cancerous Diseases

208

21. M. Orfila's Reply to his Calumniators..

209

22. M. Mitscherlich on Fermentation..

212

23. Process of Embalming ..

213

21. The Neapolitan Phlebotomist

213

25. On the Treatment of Buboes

26. On the Treatment of Secondary and Tertiary Syphilitic Diseases

27. Applications of Subcutaneous Surgery

28. Use of Columba-root against Vomiting

217

29. Tobacco-smoke applied to Gouty Limbs

218

30. Fallacy of the Numerical Method in Medicine

31. Long Tubular Membrane expelled in a Case of Croup

218

32. Creosote, a good Application to Burns..

33. Antiseptic Properties of Creosote..

34. Ammonia in Delirium Tremens

219

35. A Flock of Sheep poisoned by eating the Ranunculus Repens.

220

36. Animal Electricity..

220

37. Spontaneous Rupture of the Abdomen after the Cæsarian Operation

221

38. Quinine against Obstinate Hiccup

221

39. Treatment of Piethora ..

222

40. Useful Hint to Hospitals

222

41. On the Protective Influence of Vaccination..

222

42. A Hint for the Ultra-Phlebotomists

223

43. Consecutive Effects of Excision of the Lower Jaw

223

41. Fatal Hæmorrhage from a Varix of the Vulva

45. Treatment of Chronic Catarrhal Ophthalmia

224

46. Large Doses of Nitre in Inflammatory Disease

224

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2. Case of Death following the excessive Use of Ardent Spirits. By John Inglis

Nichol, M.D...

212

3. Solitary Confinement

243

4. Two Cases of Scirrhus of the Pancreas. By F. Battersby, F.R.C.S. L., &c. 244

5. On Tubercular Leprosy. By A. S. Skene, Esq...

245

6. lleo. Cæcal Obstruction..

246

7. Internal Aneurisms

247

8. Observations on the Climacteric Disease, with Cases. By H. Kennedy, M.B. &c. 247

9. On the present State of Knowledge of the Nature of Inflammation. By T.

Wharton Jones, F.R.S...

249

PHYSIOLOGY.

10. Muscle, a Neuromagnetic Apparatus

251

11. On the relative Proportion of Centenarians, of Deaf and Dumb, of Blind and of

Insane, in the Races of European and African Origin, as shewn by tbe Cen.

suses of the United States. By Dr. Forry..

251

12. On the Action of Coneia on the Blood. By Professor Hunefield

252

13. Contributions to the Physiology of the Human Ovary. By Chas. Ritchie, M.D. 253

14. Remarks on the Early Condition and probable Origin of Double Monsters.

By Allen Thomson, M.D., &c.

258

15. On the Chemical Phenomena of Respiration. By M. Gay-Lussac

258

16. On Moving Molecules in the Interior of Cells

239

MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY.

17. On the Poisonous Properties of the Bark of the Laburnum Tree. By Robert

Christison, M.D.

200

18. On Arsenic as a Poison ; its Test and Antidote. By E. J. Shearman,

260

19. Lecture on the State of Pharmacy in England. By J. Lloyd Bullock

262

20. Veterinary Pharmacy

262

THERAPEUTICS.

21. On the Ready Curability of the more Acute Form of Hydrocephalus, in its

earliest Stage. By Alexander Harvey, M.D.

263

22. Case of Poisoning with the Leaves of Aconite, &c. By Al. Ramsay, Surgeon, 264

23. Tincture of lodine

264

24. On the Moral Treatment of Insanity in Bethlem Hospital." By R. Willis, M D. 264

25. On the Use of Oleum Tiglii, externally applied, in Cases of Dysphonia, Cynanche

Trachealis, &c. By S. Corp Ellis, M D.

265

26. On the Use of Mustard in the Convulsions of children. By c. S. Tripler, M.D. 266

MIDWIFERY.

27. A Living Child, 39 Days after Quickening-147 Days after Conception.. 266

28. Inversio et Extirpatio Uteri .

267

29. Dr. Ramsbotham's Report of the Royal Maternity Charity

267

30. Contributions to Midwifery, No. V.- On the Influence of Ergot of Rye on the

Fætus in Utero. By Thos. Edw. Beatty, M.D., &C...

269

Miscellanies.

1. The Naval Lunatics at Haslar

271

2. Medical Etiquette

274

3. Vivisection-Letter from the Earl of Caernarvon. From Rich. Jameson, Esq. 275

4. Instinct and Reason

276

5. Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons

277

6. Statement of the Society of Apothecaries, &c.

281

7. Case of very large Stone in the Bladder, extracted through the Perinæum 282

8. Medical Reform Bill

284

9. The late William Allan

286

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD..

Extra-Limites.

1. On Schools of Naval and Military Surgery. By Sir George Fallingall, M.D. 289

2. Wyke House Asylum for Nervous Invalids of the Upper and Middle Classes 296

3. Circular addressed to the Medical Officers of the East India Company's Service

by the Medical Board at Calcutta

297

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REVIEWS.

1.

First Report of the Commissioners for Inquiring into the State of large Towns

and populous Districts ..

301

II.

The Superstitions connected with the History and Practice of Medicine and Sur-

gery. By Thomas Joseph PETTIGREW, F.R.S.

319

JII.

Traité de Pathologie Cerebrale ou des Maladies du Cerveau, &c. Par Scipio

PINEL

341

A Treatise upon Cerebral Pathology or the Diseases of the Brain. By Scipio

PINEL

1. General Principles of the Pathology of the Nervous System

2. Anatomy of the Brain

343

3. Physiology of the Brain

344

4. Lesions of the Understanding..

344

IV.

Miscellaneous Contributions to Pathology and Therapeutics. By JAMES RICHARD

SMYTH, MD..

349

1. Rickets

349

2. Chronic Hydrophobia

351

3. Cerebral Auscultation

352

4. Impotence..

353

V.

On the Decrease of Disease effected by the Progress of Civilization. By C. F. H.

MARX, M.D. and R. Willis, M.D.

356

VI.

Chemistry as Exemplifying the Wisdom and Beneficence of God. By G. FOWNES,

Ph. D. .

361

VII.

Graefenberg: or a True Report of the Water-cure, with an Account of its An-

tiquity. By ROBERT HAY GRAHAM, M.D.

367

VIII.

On the Chemical and Physiological Balance of Organic Nature. By M. J. DUMAS,

and J. B. BOUSSINGAULT

375

IX.

Enchiridion Medicum, ör Manual of Practical Medicine, the result of Fifty Years'

Experience. From the German of M. Hufeland, by Drs. BRUCKHAUSEN and

NELSON.

380

1. Fever..

382

2. Pneumonia

383

3. Carditis

384

4. Epilepsy

X.

Therapeutique Appliquée, ou Traitements Speciaux de la plupart des Maladies

Chroniques." Par P. J. C. DEBREYNE

384

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