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SAMPSON'S HOMEOPATHY, 2nd Edit. HOMEOPATHY; ITS PRINCIPLE, THEORY AND PRACTICE. By M. B. SAMPSON.
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BY THE SAME AUTHOR,
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CLENDON ON EXTRACTION OF TEETH. 3rd Edit.
OBSERVATIONS ON THE EXTRACTION OF TEETH,
to the Westminster Hospital. In the Press. « This little book, written in an excellent spirit, deserves to be examined by every person who gives advice on diseases of the teeth, or operates upon them for their removal. We have never seen a more satisfactory literary production devoted to a single subject (the extraction) from the pen of a dentist. In the present case we have a sound practical work, evidently the result of a simple and sincere desire to be useful in the art, not hastily produced, but based on careful reflection and ex. perience, and well meriting the best character that can be given to it by a medical journalist.”-Lancet.
JUDD ON THE VENEREAL. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON URETHRITIS AND SYPHILIS: Including Observations on the power of the Menstruous Fluid, and of the Discharge from Leucorrhæa and Sores to produce Urethritis, with a variety of Examples, Experiments, Remedies
WITH NUMEROUS COLOURED PLATES. By WILLIAM H. Judd, M.R.C.S. Eng., Surgeon in Ordinary to His Royal Highness Prince Albert,
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of the Human Skeleton.
BILLING'S MEDICINE, 4th Edit.
FIRST PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE. By ARCHIBALD BILLING, M.D., F.R.S. Member of the Senate of the University of London ; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, &c.
Fourth Edition, 8vo. Price 10s. 60. “ We know of no book which contains within the same space so much valuable information, the result not of fanciful theory, nor of idle hypothesis, but of close persevering clinical observation, accompanied with much soundness of judgment and extraordinary clinical tact."-Johnson's Medico-Chirurgical Review.
BELL ON DISEASES, &c. OF THE TEETH. 2nd Edit. THE ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND DISEASES OF THE TEETH.
By Thomas Bell, F.R.S., F.L.S., F.G.S., Lecturer on Diseases of the Teeth at Guy's Hospital, and Professor of Zoology in King's College. Second Edition, 8vo, Price 14s. Containing upwards of 100 Figures, illustrative
of the Structure, Growth, Diseases, &c., of the Teeth.
STOWE'S CHART OF POISONS. 10th Edit. A Toxicological Chart, exhibiting at one view the Symptoms, Treatment, and mode of Detecting the various Poisons, Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal; to which are added, Concise Directions for the Treatment of Suspended Animation.
By W. Stowe, M.R.C.S. Varnished and mounted on cloth, with roller, 6s., or 2s. the plain Sheet.
“We have placed the Chart in our own Library, and we think that no medical practitioner should be without it. It should be hung up in the shops of all chemists and druggists, as well as in the dispensaries and surgeries of all general practitioners, not to save Chemical or Toxicological Study, but to prevent a minute's delay, where every moment is precious and the life of a fellow creature at stake."--Medico-Chirurgical Review.
THE THEORY AND ART OF PRESCRIBING.
A SERIES OF
With Descriptions and References.
Medico-Chirurgical Review. “ Remarkable for their correctness, perspicuity, and neatness of execution.”-Forbes' Medical Review.
THE PROGRESS OF HOMEOPATHY.
A Series of Papers illustrative of the
SELECTA E PRÆSCRIPTIS; 9th Edit., Improved.
SELECTIONS FROM PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS; containing
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THE ANATOMICAL REMEMBRANCER. 3rd Edit.
OR, COMPLETE POCKET ANATOMIST.
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