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W. W. GERHARD, M. D. one of the Physicians to the Philadelphia Alms-house Infirmary.
Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy. E. HALE, M. D. of Boston. GEORGE HAYWARD, M. D. Professor of the Principles of Surgery and Clinical Surgery in Harvard University,
WILLIAM E. HORNER, M. D. Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsyl vania.
ANSEL W. IVES, M. D. of New York.
JOHN GEORGE MORGAN, M. D. Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery in Geneva College, New York. VALENTINE MOTT, M. D. Professor of Pathological and Operative Surgery in the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York.
JAMES MOULTRIE, JR. M. D. Professor of
T. D. MUTTER, M. D. of Philadelphia.
PHILIP SYNG PHYSICK, M. D. Emeritus
NATHAN R. SMITH, Professor of Surgery
in the University of Maryland. A. F. VACHE, M. D. of New York. JOHN WARE, M. D. Assistant Professor
of the Theory and Practice of Physic in Harvard University, Boston. JOHN C. WARREN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in Harvard University, Boston.
THOMAS H. WRIGHT, M. D. Late Physician to the Baltimore Alms-house Infirmary.
WILLIAM GIBSON, M. D. Professor of
R. E. GRIFFITH, M. D. Professor of
EDITOR-ISAAC HAYS, M. D. one of the Surgeons to Wills' Hospital, &c.
CAREY, LEA & BLANCHARD.
E. G. Dorsey, Printer.
Communications have been received from Professors Gibson, Bartlett, and Dunglison, and from Drs. Henderson, Dalton, Reynolds, Keckely and Heustis. The following works have been received:
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, published by the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London, vol. xix. London, 1835. (From the Society.)
An attempt to Investigate some Obscure and undecided Doctrines in relation to Small-Pox, Varioloid, and Vaccination. By LUTHER V. BELL, M. D. Boston, 1836. (From the author.)
A Dissertation on the Boylston Prize Question for 1835. What diet can be selected, which will ensure the greatest probable health and strength to the Labourer in the climate of New England? Quantity and Quality, and the time and manner of taking it to be considered. By LUTHER V. BELL, M. D. Boston, 1836. (From the author.)
The Philosophy of Living, or the way to enjoy Life and its comforts. By CALEB TICKNOR, A.M., M.D. New York, 1836. Harper & Brothers. (From the author.)
Address to the Medical Graduates of the University of Pennsylvania, delivered March 26, 1836. By GEO. B. WOOD, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the University. Published by direction of the Medical Faculty. Philadelphia, 1836. (From the Faculty.)
Memoir on the Nature of Miasm and Contagion. Read before the Cincinnati Medical Society, February 3, 1836. By JOHN L. REDDELL, M. D., Adjunct Professor of Chemistry and Lecturer on Botany in the Cincinnati Medical College. (From the author.)
Phrenology and the Moral Influence of Phrenology: arranged for general study and the purposes of education, from the first published works of Gall and Spurzheim, to the latest discoveries of the present period. By Mrs. L. MILES. Philadelphia. Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835. (From the publishers.)
An Introductory Lecturé, delivered in the Medical College of South Carolina, in Nov. 1835. BY THOS. Y. SIMONS, M. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic, &c. Charleston, 1835. (From the author.)
The Structure of the Eye with reference to Natural Theology. By WM. CLAY WALLACE, Oculist to the New York Institution for the Blind and to the Orphan Asylum, &c. New York, 1836. (From the author.)
The Lectures of Sir Astley Cooper, baronet, F.R.S., Surgeon to the King, &c. on the Principles and Practice of Surgery, with additional notes and cases. By FREDERICK TYRELL, Esq., Surgeon to St. Thomas's Hospital, and to the London Ophthalmic Infirmary. Fourth American from the last London edition. The three volumes complete in one. Philadelphia, E. L. Carey & A. Hart, 1835. (From the publishers.)
An account of the Epidemic Yellow Fever, which prevailed in New Orleans during the autumn of 1833, with an appendix, containing an extensive Meteorological Account of the year, and the mortality; and a chart of the temperature and of the atmosphere. By EDWARD H. BARTON, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica, Therapeutics and Hygiene, in the Medical College of Louisiana. (From the author.)
Introductory Lecture on the Importance of the Information derived from Medical Science in improving the Physical Condition of a Country. By EDWARD A. BARTON, M. D., Professor of Institutes and Practice of Medicine and Clinical Practice in the Medical College of Louisiana, Dec. 1835. (From the author.)
An Address delivered before the Medical Society of the State of New York, at their annual meeting in Albany, 5th February, 1836. By JOHN H. STEEL, President of the Society. Albany, 1836. (From the author.)
Circular and Catalogue of the Curators, Faculty, and Students of the Medical Institution of Geneva College. 1835-6. (From Professor Morgan.)
A Manual of Midwifery, or compendium of Gynecology and Paidonosology, comprising a new nomenclature of Obstetric Medicine, with a concise account of the symptoms and treatment of the most important diseases of Women and Children, and the management of the various forms of parturition. By MICHAEL RYAN, M. D., Lecturer on the Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics, and Medical Jurisprudence, &c. &c. &c. First American from the third London edition. Burlington, Smith & Harrington, 1835. (From the publishers.)
Revue Médicale, September, October, and November, 1835. (In exchange.) Journal Hebdomadaire des Progrés des Sciences, et Institutions Médicales, October and November, 1835. (In exchange.)
Gazette Médicale de Paris, September, October, and November, 1835. (In exchange.)
La Lancette Française, September, October, and November, 1835. (In exchange.)
Bulletin Général de Thérapeutique Médicale et Chirurgicale, October and November, 1835. (In exchange.)
Journal des Connaissances Usuelles et Pratiques, November, 1835. (In exchange.)
Journal de Pharmacie et des Sciences Accessoires, September, October, and November, 1835. (In exchange.)
Journal des Connaissances Medico-Chirurgicales, October and November, 1835. (In exchange.)
Mémorial Encyclopédique et Progressif des Connaissances Humaines, September and October, 1835. (In exchange.)
London Medical Gazette, Dec. 1835, January and February, 1836. (In exchange.)
The India Journal of Medical Science, January to December, 1835. (In exchange.)
The Jamaica Physical Journal, November and December, 1835. (In exchange.) The Transylvania Journal of Medicine and the Associate Sciences, January, 1836. (In exchange.)
The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, February, March, and April, 1835. (In Exchange.)
United States Medical and Surgical Journal, March and April, 1836. (In exchange.)
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