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Full text of "A Catalogue of Surgeons' Instruments, Air and Water Beds, Pillows, and Cushions, Bandages, Trusses, Elastic Stockings, Inhalers, Galvanic Apparatus, and Other Appliances Used by the Medical Profession"

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SURGEONS' INSTRUMENTS, 



AIR AND WATER BEDS, PILLOWS, AND CUSHIONS, 



BAIDiaES, TRUSSES, ELASTIC STOCKH&S, 



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GALVANIC APPARATUS, AND OTHER APPLIANCES 



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S. MAW & SON, in issuing a New Edition of their Catalogue, cannot 
allow the opportunity to pass without tendering their best thanks for the 
favours received during a period extending over three generations, and assure 
their friends that they will spare no efforts to merit a continuance of their 
confidence and support. 

The work has been enlarged by the insertion of such new and improved 
Instruments, and other articles, as have recently been introduced and received 
the sanction of eminent practical men. 

Considerable additions have been made to the Illustrations, and the 
general arrangement and classification have been studied with a View to 
facilitate reference to the very numerous and miscellaneous articles of which 
their stock consists. 

The Prices have been thoroughly revised, and arranged on the lowest 
possible scale consistent with the supply of articles of the best manufacture. 



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London, January Isi, 1866. 



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made such arrangements, with the leading Chemiste in most towns as will enable them 
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Abdominal Bandages and Belts .... 25, 26 

Abdominal Trocars X67 

Abemetby's Brass Ear Syringes 38 

Abscess Kniyes 118, 130, 183 

Abscess Lancets 130,178 

. Acnpressore Needles- us 

Acupuncture Needles . . ; us 

Adams' Eyelid Betractor 64 

Air Pump, for dry cupping 34 

Air-tight Cushions, Mattresses, etc. . . 78 to 80 

American Tooth Forceps 149_ 

Amputating Instruments, in sets . . . 1 to 10 
Amputating Knives and Saws .... I5, 16 

Ane^mieal Syringes 36 

Anel's Silver Eye Syringe 56 

Aneurism Needles .113,180,131 

Anti-ligature Forceps, Webber's .... 
Arm Slings ... . . . 

Arm Socket ..'.'..' 

Arm Splints 70, 

Army Panniers 12, 

Army Surgeons' Instruments . . . . 2, 4, 

Artery Forceps 16 17 

Artificial Arms, Hands, and Legs . . .' . 21 
Ascites Trocar ............ 157 

Ashbnmbam's Belt, for Prolapsus Uteri . . 26 

Ashvell's Midwifery Forceps HO 

Assilini's Artery Forceps .■ . 17 

Assilini's Midwifery Forceps HO 

Atomizer ; 91 

Auriscope, Warden's 41 

Aveling's Polyptrite I68 

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Bag Trusses . ; . . . 147 

Bags for Gonorrhoea 147 

Balling Gun . . '. 178 

Balling Irons .' ] ' 173 

Bandages . . . . 28 to 27 

Barnes' Craniotomy Forceps 108 

Barnes' India-rubber Bags, for dilating the 
. Ob. Uteri •.......'... 168 

Barnes' Midwifery Forceps . . . .. no 

Barron's Stethoscope 128 

Baths, Hot Air . , ', Hg 

Beale's Urinary Cabinet . . . . ."!■■; 167 
Beattie's Midwifery Forceps .;.... HQ 
Beds, Cushions, ^to., Air and Water . . 78 to 81 

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Beer's Cataract Knives 
Bell's Scaling Instruments . 
Ben's Stopping Instruments .... 
Bell's Tooth Punch and Elevator . . 
• Bellocq's Silver Canula, for Epiataxis . 
Belts, Abdominal, Cholera, etc. . . 
Belts, Blnndell's, for Prolapsus Uteri '. 

-Belts, Swimming ., 

Belts, Umbilical . 27 

Bennett's Brass Enema Syringe 49 



Bennett's Uterus Instruments ..... 168 
Billing's Stethoscope ;;.:;... 128 

Bird's Stethoscope . . ; 128 

Bird's Vagina Syringe ; . 46 

Bistoury, Desmarres' 62 

Bistoury, Fistula ...;.- I86 

Bistoury, Bowelling.. . .- 174 

Bistoury, Walton's • . . ; 69, 70 

Bistouries ...... 98, 114, 180, 181, 173 

Bistouries, Concealed Blades . . . . . 77, 96 

Bivalve Specnlums ... ; . . . 188, 140 

Bladder Trocars 157, I68 

Bleeding Lancets ....... 116, 173 

Blizard's Lithotomy Knife .■...-.. .' 100 
Blood Cans .■..■.-. .• . . . . . 173 ■ 

Blood Sticks . . . 173 

Blow Pipes .......... 86, 136 

Blnndell's Belts 26 

Blnndell's Midwifery Forceps .... HO 

Blnndell's Trachea Tubes 168 

Blunt OorgetS' ; .- . . . . . . . .98 

Blunt Hook and Crotchet . . . . . . . ' 107 

Bone Caustic Cases ......... 32 

Bone Forceps . 119 

BotUes for Hot Water .' 80 

Bougie Cases . ' 32 

Bougies '■". ........... 27 

Bow Dressing Forceps . ..... ... . . 131 

Bowel Scissors 185 ' 

Bowman's Eye Syringe . 62 

Bowman's Eyelid Betraetors .....". 64 

Bowman's Probes . . . .■ . . . . . 56 • 

Boxwood Pessaries . • •«• . .... . 124.t' 

Boxwood Vagina Pipes . .". . .... . 5iS 

Bozeman's Speculum . . .■ ■ 141 

Bozeman's Tubular Needles 123 

Brass Air Pump, for Dry Cupping .... 34 

Brass Ear Syringes ■ . .■ . . .- . . .38 
Brass Enema Apparatus . .- . . . . 49 to 56 

Breast Bottles ■........'.. 28 

Breast Glasses ........... 29 

Breast Knives H4 

Breast Pumps • 29 

Breast Believers . . . . '. ; .■.■.".."■ 28. 

Broad Grooved Director ....... 122 

BttMlie's Bladder Catheters .- . . • .- ; .-- 31 

Brodie's Bougies ■ . .. . ' 27 . 

Brodie's Double-channel Catheters . ..'.•. 31 
Brodie's Lithotomy Kniie . . . . ... 101 

Brodie's Lithotrite . . . . ... .. .' 102. 

Brodie's Probe Director ...-.- I..'., .186- 
Brodie's Silver Male Catheters ... ..■.-" 82 

Bronzed Hearing Trumpets . . . .. 73 to 76 

Brown's Curved Scissors 122 

Brushes for Caustic . . . ..-.■. . • 33 - 
Buchanan's Dilating Cannla ...... ' 143 

Bullet Extractor . ; 18 

Bullet Forceps . . .... . . . . . 18 

Bullet Scoop . .: ■ . . ^.] 18 



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Bailey's Leg Splint 72 

Barrows' Stethoscope 128 

Bosk's Leg Splint 72 

Batcher's Amputating Saws 16, 18 


Oaleolos Extractors ........ 105 

Calico Bandages 25 

Calkin's £;e Shades 67 

Canulas, Dilating, Buchanan's 148 

Oanalas, Doable, Oooch'a 171 

Canolais, Silver, for Epistaxis 38 

Canalas, for Nasal Polypus .....'. 38 

Oanalas, Lee's 171 

Canalas, Tracheotomy. . . . . 85, 86 

Capillary Tubes . . . 116 

Capsular Forceps . . . . . ' . . ' . . 57 

Capsular Scissors 68 

Cartvngbt's Tooth Forceps ...... 149 

' Cases for Catheters ......... 32 

Cases for Lancets '. . . . . 84 

Casting Hobbles ^ ......... 178 

Castrating Clams and Knives. ..... 173 

Cataract Knives Euid Needles 59,60- 

Catgut Bougies 27 

Catheter, Sigmoid ^ ........ 122 

Catheter, Thompson's, Probe-pointed Silver. 144 
Catheters . . ... ... 80,31,32,97,182 

Catheters, Caiutio . . .. .. ..... . 80, 31 

Catheters, Eustachian ........ 39 

Catbeters, Stafford's . . . .',... 147 

Catheters, Veterinary 173 

Catlin ;............ 15 

Caustic, for Ophthalmic purposes .... 60 

Caustic Bottles and Brushes ...... 33 

Caustic Bougies '. 27 

Oatistic Cases . ' . . . . ' . . . . . 33, 33 
Canstio Catheters ........ 30,31 

Cauterising Iron, Desmarres' 60 

Cauterising Irons ......'.... 115 

Chain Hooks .] ... . . . , . . 36, 135 

Chain Saws] .'.... 18 

Channels for the Ear 38 

Chapman's Spine Bags ....... 143 

Chassaignac's Eoraseurs 42,44 

Chest Expanders 34 

Chiropodists' Instruments 34 

Chisel, Oowling's Slide ....... 174 

Cholera Belts . 26 

Chorchill's Craniotomy. Forceps 108 

Churchill's Midwifiary Forceps Ill 

Cilia Forceps . .-. . . . 61 

Cireolar Pessaries ....... .124,126 

Circular-jointed Tooth Foroeps . . 162, 165, 156 
Oiviale's Lithotarita .' . . .' .' . . . .102 

damp for Ovariotomy 122 

Clarke's Female Catheter . . .' .: . . . 31 
Clarke's Female Syringes, Elastic .... 46 
Clarke's Midwifery Forceps ...... Ill 

Clavicle Bandages 25 

Clay's Oemian Silver Pessary . ; . ... 124 

Oline's Leg_8plintB. .' . . .' 72 

Clendbn's Elevators 162,168 

Olendbn's Tooth Forceps .... 149, 150, 151 
Clyster Pipes .. . . . . . . ..... 178 

Cock's Trocars . . 168 

Ooddiiigton's Lens . 167 

Coles' Trossea . .161,162 

Collin's BlidwifiaTy Forceps Ill 

Common' Tooth Forceps 163 

Concealed Bistouries 77, 96 

Condensing Lena, for Laryngoscope .... 00 
Conical Bougies 27 



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Conical Catheters 32 

Conquest's Craniotomy Forceps 108 

Conquest's Midwifery Forceps HI 

Conversation Tubes ' . 76 

Cooper's Calculus Extractor ' 105 

Cooper's Dilator, for Stricture 147 

Cooper's Tumour Hook 115 

Com Knives ; 34 

Comets . , '76 

Cotton Net Bandage 25 

Cotton's Tracheotomy Forceps 94 

Cradles for Fractures 71 

Cranioolasts 107 

Craniotomy Forceps 108 

Crimean padded Splints . . . . ■ . . 71 

Critchett's Eyelid Retractor 64 

Crotchet, Guarded 108 

Crotchet and Blunt Hook 107 

Cratches ............ 22 

Cupping Instruments 34, 35 

Curette, guarded 60 

Curette and Hook ......... 60 

Curling's Bectnm Speculum 138 

Carved Director, Stanley's 77 

Curved Ear' Forceps 40 

Curved Scissors 122 

Cushions, etc.. Air and Water . . . . 78 to 80 

Catting Fourchette Dilator 96 

Cutting Gorgets 98 

Cystotome 60 

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Davis' Craniotomy Forceps ...... 108 

Davis' Exploring Needle . . . .' ... . 131 

Davis' (Bedfem) Instrument, for the radical 

cure of Hemia. 76 

Davis' Midwifery Forceps ...... HI 

Davis' Osteotomist ......... Ill 

Davis' Stethoscope 128 

Davis' Thorax Needle 131 

Dawson's Caustic Catheter 31 

Decapitator, Ramsbotham's 108 

Denman's Midwifery Forceps Ill 

Denman's Perforator 112 

Depressors, Tongue ....... 92, 93 

Desmarres' Bistoury . 62 

Desmarres' Cauterising Iron ...... 60 

Desmarres' Forceps . 62, 63 

Desmarres' Hooks and Needles 62 

Dessault's Leg Splints -. . : 72 

Dieffenbach's Artery Forceps . . .... . 16 

Dilating. Canulas 143 

Dilating. Speoulums . . .' . , - . . .: 189 

Dilator for Female Urethra 169 

Dilator for Rectum . . . . . . . . . 137 

Dilator for Stricture, Cooper's . . . . ' . 147 

Dilator for Stricture, Holt's . . . . . . 144 

Dilator for Stricture, Lyon's . .'.'.'. . - 145 

Dilator for Stricture, Thompson's - . . . . 146 

Dilator, Fourchette, Cutting . . . . .' ; 96 

Dilator, .Vagina . : . 172 

Diphtheria Case 85 

Director, Curved, Stanley's . . : : . .■ 77 

Director for the Eye, Walton's .. . •. . . 70 

Director Probes . . . '. . . T. ... 181 

Directors ; . ... 122, 181 

Directors, Hemia - . . ... 77 

Dislocation Bandages . . ... . 23, 24, 26 

DUloeation PolUes . . ... . .: 28, 24, 25 

Dissecting Forceps - . .' 36 

Dissecting Instruments ....... 36 

Dixon's Cataract Knives 59 

Dobell's. StiDtUoscope . . ... . . . 128 



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Docking Machines. . . . ■ ; 173 

Dometta Bandages ....'..••• 26 
Doable-action, Kennedy's, Enema .... 55 

Doable Oanola, Oooch's 171 

Donble-channel Catheter, for injecting the 

Bladder.- . . 31 

Doable-edged Scalpels 131 

Doable Tracheotomy Canolas . . . . 85, 86 

Double Trasses . 161 to 164 

Drawing Knives 173 

Drenchmg Horns .■ 122 

Dressing Instraments 129, 130, 131 

Drills for teeth . . . . . 16* 

Druitt's Tooth Forceps 152, 158 

Dry Gapping Instruments 34, 35 

Duck-bill Speculum ......•• 122 

Duffln's Pessary 12* 

Dnmb-Bells . ; , • 34 

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EarChannela. 38 

Ear Comets . 76 

Ear Forceps ^ 

Ear ninnunator ■, . . . 41 

Ear Piercers , "38 

Ear Speoulums 138 

Ear Syphon *1 

Ear Syringes 38, 41 

Ear Trumpets ''^^IS, 

Earthenware Inhalers 82 

Ebony Stethoscopes. . . . .... . • • 128 

Ecraieurs ^'*^'tt 

Eighteen-tailed Bandages . ... • • 25 

Elastic Bougies and Catheters . . ^ . 27, 31, 32 
Elastic Cotton-net Bandage ...... 25 

Elastic Knee-Caps, Leggings, Sec. ... 44, 45 

Elastic (Esophagus Bougies ...... 27 

Elastic Pessaries ■ • 124, 125 

Elastic Beetum Bougies 27 

. Elastic Stockings, <fco. . . .... . **• *6 

Elastib Syringes •■•••••• ^' „" 

Elastic Tabes for Lithotomy 9" 

Electric Garments 47 

Electro-Magnetic Machines ..... 47, 48 
Electro-plated Catheters . . . . • • 32, 97 

Electro-plated Caustic Cases 32,88 

Electro-plated Sounds 97, 99 

Elevators . 119 

Elevators for Teeth .... . . . 152 to 155 

Elliottsoh's Stethoscope . ' 128 

Ellis' Clavicle Bandage 25 

Enema AppuatuB . 49 to 66 

Enema Pipes.' ....'. 66 

Enenia and' Stomach Pomp ...... 92 

Entomological Instruments : . • 36, 87 

Entropium Forceps ■..'.■..'..• • ' • 63 
Erichsen's Caustic Cathet^ ...... 81 

Erichsen's Knives . . . ." .' •'•• • • 181 

Eriehiaeni's Lithotomy Knife .'...'..■..• _•...• ..Iw 

■ Erichsen's Lithotomy Scoop . • . . . • • 101 
. Erichsen's Tonsil SoBsors . . .■...■'.• 86 
. Eustachian' Catheters : . ..'.''.' . '. ' 39 

■ -Excavating Instruments .... • . 148, 158 
Expanders for Chest ...'.'....■ 34 

Exploring Needles ' . . . •■ 181 

Exploring Trocars ...... 131, 168, 159 

Extenidon Splint for Homems . .- ." • •'•.'-.. 72 

Extractor for Calculus ... -...106 

Eye Director, Walton's . . . . . . •- 70 

Eye Instruments . . . . ... 66 to 70 

Eyelid Retraotors 64, 66 

Eye Shades, Calkin's ' ^I 

Eye Syringe, Anel's 66 



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Eye Syringe, Bowman's Syphon .... 62 
Eye Syringe, Walton's '.".'. '. ■ ■ 70 

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Female Catheters 31 

Female and Male Catheters, united . . . 132 

Female Staff 98 

Female Urethra Dilators . 169 

Female UrinaU 166 

Fergnsson's Forceps 119i 12" 

Fergusson's Instrument for the radical cure 
of Hernia . . ....... . . • . • 76 

Fergnsson's Splints . . ..... • • • 71,72 

Fergusson's Rectum Speculum 139 

Fergusson's Stethoscope . . . .... 128 

Fergusson's Vagina Speculum 140 

Field Operation Case . . .-.•.•..■. 14 

Field's Splint . 71 

Field Tourniquet . . ' "0 

FUes for Teeth 163 

File-Holders .163 

Fillet ..• . . • • • 107 

Fine Hook, Oldham's HI 

Pino Hook for 'Vesico-'Vaginal Fistula .... 122 
Fine-pointed Trocar .....,..• 169 

Fine Scalpel, Walton's . ." 70 

Finger Knives . • . • . . . . ■ . . . ■ H* 

Finger Knives and Sealpels 132 

Finger Saws . .■ ■ ^^ 

Filing Ironis . . ' 17* 

Fistnla Bistoury 136 

Flannel Bandages and Belts ' . . . ■ 25, 26 

Fleams . . .■ 174 

Flexible Porte Caustique, Wylde's . . . . 41 

Foal Hooks IJ* 

Foil for Stopping Teeth .... 153, 164, 155 

Forceps, American Tooth . 149 

Forceps Anti-ligature, Webber's . .• . : 16 

Forceps Artery ^\}1 

Forceps, Bone '•.•.• 119 

Forceps, Bullet 1° 

Forceps, Capsular • ■ • 67 

Forceps, Cartwright's Molar . ■ . . . .... 1*9 

Forceps, Cilia . . . . . • 61 

Forceps, Clendon's Tooth . . . . 149, 150, 151 
Forceps, Common . . ; . .■.■.• • 153 
Forceps, Craniotomy ... . . • • .107,108 

Forceps, Deamarres' .. ' 62, 63 

Forceps, Dissecting . ...•..••• 36 

Forceps, Dressing ... . ' ' 131 

Forceps, Ear . • 40 

Forceps, Entomological • .■.-'• 37 

Forceps, Entropinm, Wylde's 63 

Forceps, Fergusson's Lion 120 

Forceps, Gouge . . . V ; • • .• H^' J^O 
Forceps for Heemorrhoids-.. .; . ....;' ; 136 

Forceps, Hare Lip . . ■ .■ '^ ■ •■■".■ ■ 88 
Forceps, Iris . . . . ... .... • 65,66 

Forceps, Lever Bing, Toynbee's . . ... ., 41 

. Forceps, Lithotomy. . : . . • •' • • ' ?8 ■ 
Forceps, Midwifery . . ." . . . 109,110,111 
Forceps, Necrosis . . . . '. .•._•'.'• .'^^ 

Forceps, Nose ; ." • '• '•' •"■•Z'- • ' \jl 
Forceps, Phymosis, Bieord's ; :.-:r^.'. . 146\ 
Forced for Pfles- ; ; : : . if;- :..M86, 137 
Forceps for Polypois in Utero .■.."•;.. •..•..>; ; ^°9 
Forceps, Post-mortem '.' • . . . . . • . • '•' ' 136 

Forceps, salf-holding ; ; ; . '.,'.' •'• 122 

Forceps, SkuU ; ; ' ^ \ll 

. Forceps, Smith's ; : ; . • • • • 68, 136 
Forceps, for use with the Speculum 169, 171, 172 
Forceps, Spring, for 'Vesico- Vaginal Fistula . 123 



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Forceps, Throat .. ^ ...... . 94 

Forceps for seizing the Tongaes of Lunatics 86 

Forceps, Tooth 149 to 156 

Forceps, Tracheotomy, Ootton's. .... 94 

Forceps, Tnmoar ■. • . . 123 

Forceps, Urethra . . . ■ 106 

Forceps, Utems 172 

Forceps, Vnlsellam . . . • . . . . . . 95 

Foreign-body Scoop • 70 

Foster's Syphon Trocar ...'.... 169 

Fonntaia Reservoir Enema Apparatns . . 63 

Fourchette Dilator 96 

Fracture Cradles ■.-.■.•.. . . . 71, 72 

Fronom Scissors . . . . . '. . . . 170 



Gags .174 

GaitsMll'a Abdominal Belt . 26 

Galvanizer, Maokenzie'e ■ . . . . . 116 

"Garibaldi" Probe. ... \ .... 19 

Oarments, Electric . . . .... . . 47 

German-silver Pocket Cases ...... 130 

Gibb's Fraotnre Cradle ' . 72 

Gibb's Syringe for Throat ..;... 86 

Glass Capillary Tabes . 116 

Glass Caustic Bottles and Brushes. ... 33 

Glass Inhalers 81 

Glass Speonloms 189 

Glass Syringe for Hydrocele . .... . . 169 

Glass Syringe for Sabontaneoas Injections . 117 

Glass Syringe for Throat ....... 87 

Gloves, for Post-mortem Examinations . . 186 

Gold Leaf, for Tooth .Stopping 168 

Golding Bird's StethOB(x>pe 128 

Gonorrhoea Bags . 147 

Goooh's Canola, for Polypus in tJtero. . . 171 

Gorgets 98 

Gouges 120 

Gouge Forceps . . 119, 120 

GowUng's Slide Chisel 174 

Greenhalgh's Hysterotome ....... 171 

Greenway's Leg Splint and Cradle 72 

Guarded. Crotchet .. . 1O8 

Guarded Curette 60 

Guarded Lithotomy Knife ...... 100 

Guillotines 37 

Gum Lancets 131, 133, 163 

Gum Lancets, Veterinary 174 

Gun Shot Probes .19 

Gotta Percha Ear Comets ....... 76 

Gutta Percha Pessaries 126 

Gntta Peroha Stethoscopes 128 



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Hffimorriioid Needles .' , ... . ; . 

Haighton's Midwifery Forceps .' . 
.Hamilton's „' „ . . 

Hammer and Plerimater.,/. . .. .' 

Hand Ball Atomizer . . ... . 

Harelip Foroeps .' . .' . .■.'. 
Harelip Needles, Pins, and Scissors 

' Hearing Tmnipets and Tabes . _ 

Heath's Splint .' .' . . . ; . . . . 72 

Hernia Instruments^ . . . . . .76,77,114 

Healer's Leg Splint and O^adle ..." ". . . . 72 

Hewitt's Midwifery Forceps . ..... . Ill 

Hoy's Skull Saw . . . ..... . . 121 

Hick's Wire Bope Ecrasenr ..... 42 44 

Higginson's Enemas ........' 53 

Higsiuson's Pipes . . . '. 56 

Highley's Urinary Cabinet 167 

Hilton's Bectum Speculum 139 



Hnton'B Tracheotomy Trocar ; . . . . 161 

Hobbles, Casting 173 

Hodges' Midwifery Forceps Ill 

HoflBman's Gouge Foroeps . . . ■ . . 119, 120 

Holders for Tooth Files 163 

Holders for Needles . . . . ■ . . II7 

Hollow Hand Splint . . • 72 

Hollow Metal Sound 99 

Holmes' Craniotomy Forceps 108 

Holmes' Midwifery Forceps m 

Holmes' Perforator . , 112 

Holt's Stricture Dilator 144 

Hook, Oldham's . • Ill 

Hook and Crotchet 107 

Hook and Curette 60 

Hook and Tenaculum 174 

Hook for Foals . • 174 

Hook for Vesico-vaginal Fistula 122 

Hook, Iris 66 

Hook, Lens 67 

Hook, Tumour 115 

Hook, Tyrcll's 69 

Hooks, Desmarres' . 62 

Hooks, Dissecting '. . . . 36 

Hooks, Entomological 37 

Hooks, Foal- 174 

Hopkin's Midwifery Forceps Ill 

Hot Air Baths 116 

Hot Water Bags 143 

Hughes' Stethoscope 128 

Humerus Splint 72 

Hunter's Glass Inhaler 81 

Hydrocele Instmments 169 

Hysterotomes 171, 172 



Ice Bags, Chapman's 143 

Illuminators, Ear 41 

India-rubber Bags for Dilating the.Os-uteri, 
Barnes' .'..•. . . . . . . . 168' 

India-rubber Breast Bottles 28 

India-rubber Ear Syringes 41 

India-rubber Pessaries ' . ' . . . . ; . 125 
India-rubber Syphon Syringes ...... 41 

India-rubber Syringe for Teeth 163 

India-rubber Throat Syringe ....'. 89 

India-rubber Umbilical Bands ..... 27 

India-rubber Uijnals. . . . . .' . 165,166 

India-mbber Yagina Pipes . . . '. . ' . 56 
India-rubber Water Beds, Cushions, etc. . 80, 81 

Inhalers . . . . . 81 to 84 

Iridectomy Knives 65 

Iridectomy Spoons 68 

Iris Forceps, Hooks, and Knives ... . . 65,66 

Irons, Firing . . ■ ■. 174 

Irons for Cauterising . 60,115 

Iron Splints . . . . . . . . , .' ... 72 

Irrigateurs ............ 64 

Ivory Canstie Cases ' .'. . . '. . .■...33 
Ivory-mounted Stetheseopes . ..... . . 128 

Ivory-mounted Syringe for Hydrocele ". . . 169 

Ivoiy Pleximeters ; 126 

Ivory Thimbles . .' . . : . " . . . : 126 



Jaeobs's Needles ' . "."". ' .' ',.. .-. . 67 
Johnson's Laryngoscope .:....... 90 

Jordan's Ear Dluminator ..;.... 41 

Jugum Penis . . ... . .' . . . . 146 

K 
Kennedy's Enema Apparatus ...... 55 



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Key's Hernia Director . . • • 

Keys, Tooth . . . ■ . • • _ • 
Knee-caps, Leggings, StookingB, Sec 
Knee Splints ....•••• 
Knife, Tracheotomy . . • . • ; • 
Knight's Midwifery Forceps .... .. 

Knives, Abscess 

Knives, Amputating 

Knives, Breast 



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. .■ . -77 
. . . 166 
. . 44, 46 
. . 71,72 
-. . ; 94 
... Ill 
118, 130, 138 
.... 16 
... 114 



Knives, Castrating • • -^l^. 

Knives, Cataract o^- °" 

Knives, Com ?? 

Knives, Drawing . . • • • ^'^ 

Knives, Entomological "J 

Knives, Erichsen's ni iqq 

Knives, Finger ........ •"*'^°^ 

Knives, Iridectomy " " ic c? 

Knives, Iris 66,67 

Knives, Lithotomy • • 1«>. 1?^ 



PAGE 
... 101 

... 73 

. ... 114 

. .. . 116 

96 to 101, 106 

102, 103 



Knives, Nicking 
Knives, Ovariotomy 
Knives, Sickle Shape 
Knives, Spear Shape 
Knives, Syme's . . 
Knives, Tenotomy . 
Kniv^, Walker's . 
Knives, Valantin's . 
Kramer's Ear Speonlom 



174 

128 

69 

123 

138 

114 

69 

87 

138 



Listen's Knives for Lithotomy . 
Listen's Leg and Thigh Splints 
Liston's Njbvus Needle ' . . 
Liston's Tumour Hook . . 
Lithotomy Instruments . . 

Lithotrity Instruments ^"^' ic? 

Litmus Books ^°' 

Lobb's Electric Battery ,*J 

Long Spring Forceps • • • • ,;^- '• 
lionsdale's Apparatus for Fractured Patella 
Lownde's Vectis ....••,•• 
Luer's Calculus Extractor . . . • .• • 
Luke's Leg Splint . . . ' . . • • . • 
Lumbar Ice Bag . . . •.••.■•.• 
Lyon's Stricture Dilator . ' . . .. . • 



171 
73 
108 
105 
72 
143 
146 



M 



173 
116 



Kramer's 



Eustachian Catheter ..... -^ 39 



Iiaeed Abdominal Belts and Bands . . 26,27 

Laenneo's Stethoscope = 128 

LaUemand's Canstio Catheters . . • " 31 

Lancet for the Tonsils. 98 

Idnoet Cases . ... . . . • . • . • • , 

Lancets, Abscess ^^',?? 

Lancets, Bleeding H" 

Lancets, Gum 131,133,153,174 

Lancets, Vaccinating . . . .. ■ ' •■ 118 

Lancets, Veterinary • 173 

Lane's Bectum Speculum • 139 



86 to 96 
. 90 
. 26 



Uachine, Docking . . 
Maekenjde's Galvaniser 
Mackenzie's Laryngoscope and Condensing , . ■ 

Lens .•.-.•• • ■^!: 

Macintosh's Midwifery Forceps i^A 

Magneto-Electric Machines and Garments r . *7 

Mane Puller "* 

Marshall's Osteotribes " " q, qo 

Maw's Inhalers • • ol, a^ 

Maw's' Midwifery Case 

Maw's Portable Field Operation Case 

Mattresses, Air 

Mattresses, Water 



Laryngeal Instruments 
Laryngoscopes • • - . 

Leather Cap, for Dislocated Shoulder . 

Leather Cases for Bougies and Catheters 

l,fir,%har Cases for Scarificators . . - . 

Leather Socket tot Ann . . . ■ 

Leech Cage 

Leech Tube - 

Lee's Canulafl . '.■ 

Lee's Oianiotomy Forceps . 

Lea's JOdwifer; Forceps . - . ■ • '• 

Leg Irons and Boots . . .. . - .' ... 

Leg and Thigh Splints, Cradles, etc . 

Leggings. .,...•,. •.■ • • 

" Legs, Artdfldal • ■.•-..•..•.■ .■ ■■'• ■■■ ^' • • 

Lens, Coddington'e ...■'..■. .'.'.'. 

Lens Hook . ■ . • . . • • 

Lens, Stanhope • . . . ■ .•• 

Lentienlar.'. . • . •. • . ■ . • . ••.••-i'"' .•; . •"• 
. Iieroy d'StioUes' Instruments for 'Extracting 
i'^oreign Bodies from Ear and.TJrethra ''. . 41, 99 
Lever Bing and-Fdneps, Toynbee's ^ .' ' f fi 
Leiver's Cranioto^ay Forceps i"-' .' ;■ .- ■'• 
Lever's Midwifery Forceps ■ . ■ . ■ . ■ . •• 
Ligature Silk, Thread, and Wire . . 

Lined Splints .... . 

Xjinen Bandages . - . • . ...... . 

Lion Forceps, Pergusson's. . . . . . 

Liston^s Artery Forceps 17 

Liston's Bone Forceps 119 

Liston's Knives for Amjpntation ..... 16 



106 
14 
78 
81 



. 36 
. 28 
. 171 
. 171 
. 171 
. 108 
. Ill 
. 22 
72,73 
44,45 
■ 21,22 
. 167 
. - 67 
. 167 
. -120 



41 

108 

111 

19 

78 

26 

120 



MoDougall's Caustio Catheter ..... 81 

Mclntyre's Splint 73 

Metacarpal Saws •. • • i° 

Metal Bougies £' 

Metal Female Catheters oj 

Metal Sounds - • • • ,^ 

Midwifery Forceps ...... 109, 110, 111 

Midwifery Instruments " ,25 

Milking Tubes J{* 

Minor Operating Instruments- . . . .112,113 

Moo-Main Trusses ..... i . . • . • • • 163 

Morocco Lancet Cases ......... . • - 84 

Morocco Pocket Cases . . ; ..-. • • • J^O 

MouUi Mirrors 163t lo* 

Mndge's Inhalers • • . • i 

Mnrphys Inhalers - 83 

■ n'. 

Perforator ; . . 112 

, . .7,8 
.-i . 121 
. . -i 118 
, . . «f'J 117 
. ■■: -. •;; ■ 77 
, . . . 116 
. . . .115 
, 113, 180, 181 

. :. .-. 60 

.... 62 

. . . . 131 

.... 137 

. . . •. 89 

.... 67 

.':' . . 114 

.-' .■ . . ■ 188 

. . ; . 91 



Nagele's 

Naval Surgeons' Instruments 
Necrosis Forceps . . . . 
Necrosis Instruments . . ' . 
Needle Holders ... . ■'■ 
Needle, Hernia, Wood's . : 

Needles, Acupressure- . .V 

Needles, Acupuncture . - . ; .; 

Needles, Aneurism . . . •' 

Needles, Cataract .-..-.. 

Needles, Desmarres' ■ . ■ . ; . 

Needles, Exploring .... 

Needles, Homonfaoid . . . 

Needles, Hare-lip . " . ' . ' . 

Needles, Jacobs' . - . . - . 

Needles, Novns, Liston's . . 

Needles, Seton . . ... 

Needles, Staphyloraphy . •. ,. ,„ „„. 

Needles, Suture . . . ... • 19. 122. 123 

Needles, Thorax. . . 13J 

Needles, Tubular ' ' ' ' 7;% 

Needles, Tumour . 115 

Nelaton's "Garibaldi" Probe 19 

Nelson's Inhaler . ......-•• 82 

Neville's Leg Splint and Cradle "2 



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Kewington's Tube ..■.■... . ■ . .' 

KicMng Knives . . . ... • • . • • 

Night Urinals, India-mbber . -. . .' . 

Nose Forceps '. '. ■ . . 

Nose Speonlam . ..... .... . . 188 

NfflTos Needle, Listen's . . • . . . . ■ 114 



PiOB 

90 
174- 
166 

40 



O'Beim's Enema 49 

Ocehiotnbras 67 

(Esopbagos Boogies and Tabes .... 27, 91 

Oldham's Fine Hook . . HI 

Oldham's Midwifery Forceps. ' . ' . . . • 111 

Oldham's Perforator 112 

Operating Field Case ........ 14 

Operating Instmments, minor. 113 

Ophthalmic Canstio Case' '. . ' 88 

Ophthalmoscopes ■ . - . - . . - . ' . . ' . . 68 
Osteotomes ■.-...•. . . . . . . HI 

Osteotomist - • ■ ■ • • HI 

Osteotribes . . . . . . . w . ■ . . 120 

Ovariotomy Instroments .' l"/ ", ", .122, 128" 
Ovariotomy Trocars . . 159, 160 



Panniers, Army . . 

Partridge's Bectnm Balls .... . ' . . 

Patent Trusses ... 

Pellier'.s Eyelid Betraetor . . . 

Pemberton's Arm and Hand Splints '. - . 

Peronssion Hammers and Thimbles . . . 

Perforators . . •'. 

Perforated Metal Splints 

Pessaries . . :.....' 124, 

Fetitt's Spiral Tonraiqaei 

Phosphate of Lime, for stopping teeth . 

Fhymosis Forceps ■ 

Piercers for the Ear . 

Pilcher's Ear Speonlam 

S? '-'=•■■ - Pilcher's Eostaishian. Catheter 

Pile Forceps . . . 

Pillows, Coshions, eto., Air and Water . 

Pin Legs '• ■ 

Pins for Hare-Lip "■ • • 

Pipes, Bectnm and Vagina .... . . 

PlatinaFoil . 

Plezimeters ....'/- 

Pings for the Bectnm . .. .. ,-.:..■. . 

PooketDressing Instroments.' .. -^ .. 

Pocket Midwifery Instroments , • .~ •. 

Polyptrite, Aveluig's . . • . .• .■.-..■.. . 

Polypos Ecraseorfor the Nose. . . .-;.•..■; . 

Polypos Forceps . . .. .. .■: -r ,vr ';..■.•: "■ 

Porte Caqatigae, Simpson's .....:... .. 

Porte CaoBtiqae, Wylde's. ■• 

Post-mortem Instrmnents ,.,...; ... .' 

Potts' Arm Splints . [ .; . . . . .. . • . ■ 

Probangs ............... ,. ■ . 

Probe Director, Brbdie's ...... 

Probe, Nelaton's "^Qaribal^'* • • • • 

Piobe-'pointed Silver Catheter; Thompson'i 

Probes. .........^. ....... • .. '. 

Probes, Biowman's . ' . . .'.;.:;:-;; .• . .• r- 

Probes, Director, Silver ' . " . .' . . . ..:... . 

Probes for the Lachrymal Duet . ..'. ' ... • 

Probes, Oonshot .......... 

Prolapsos Ani 'Trnsses .... . . 

. . ,^ , Prolapsos Uteri Belts' . ' . . ' 

p^ "» - ~| Prolapsus Uteri Trusses . . 

Prostate Catheters 

Prout's Urinary Cabinets . ■ . • • • • 

Pulleys for Dislocation ; . . . • • • • 



12,18 

. 137 

161, 162 

66 

72 

126 

112 

71 

126, 126 

. 20 

. 164 

. 146 

. 88 

. 138 

.39 

136, 197. 

79,80 

. 22 

. 89 

... 66 

. 164 

. 126 

. ■■ 187 

129, 130 

... 106 

...168 

. . 44 

40, 169 

. 172 

. 41. 

134, 136 

.70 

91,174 

. 186 

.19 

i . 144 

.132 

. : 66 

. 181 

.70 

. 19 

. 163 

. 26 

. 163 

. 32 

. 107 

23 to 26 



PlOE 

Pumps for.the Breast .. .. ...:.,. . . 29 

Pumps for Diy Cupping .....;. 34,36 

'. ' '.'", . 'b'. . ■ 

Badford's Midwifery Forceps. . . . . . Ill 

Bailway Urinals.. ..... . . . . 166 

Bamage's Inhalers and Tabes ...... 82 

Bamsbotham's Craniotomy Forceps . . . 108 

' Bamsbotham's Decapitator 108 . 

Bamsbotham's -MidWery Forceps . . . . Ill 

Basps 174 

Bead's Enemas . . 60, 61 

Beciongular Staff 96 

Rectum Balls 137 

Bectnm Bougies s . . . . 27 

Bectnm Dilator, Todd's . . . . . . .187 

Beotum Pipes . 66 

Bectnm Plugs 137 

Bectnm Speooloms 138,139 

Believers, Breast .' '. . 28 

Bepeller 174 

Besection. Instruments 118 

Reservoir £nema Apparatus .... 53, 54, 56 
Betraetors, Eyelid .. . . . . . . .'64,65 

Bicord's Phymosis Forceps 146 

Bicord's Vagina Speculum 140 

Biding. Belts.. 26 

Bigby's Midwifery Forceps Ill 

Bigby's Perforator . 112 

Rothmund's Instrument for the euro of Hernia 77 

Routh's Hysterotome 172 

Rowelling Bistoury . . . 174 

Bowelling Scissors . 174 

Bugine. 121 

a 

Salmon and Ody's Trasses 164 

Saunders' Elevators. 166 

Saws, Ampotating . 16, 16 

Saws, Chain 18 

SawB, Finger 18 

Saws, Metacarpal. 19 

Scaling Instruments 148, 149, 156 

Scalpels , 36, 70, 114 

Scalpels and Tendon Knives 131 

Scalpels, Veterinary 171 

Scarificators 36 

Scarpa's Shoe . . : . 28 

Schofleld's Pessary ... 125 

Scbuil's Spoons, for Iridectomy 68 

Scissors, Bowel . 136 

Scissors, Capsular. 67, 58, 68 

Scissors, Curved ........ . . .122, 183 

Scissors, Dressing . . . . . 138 

Scissors, Fnennm .-..,•. ......'• . 170 

Scissors, Hare-Lip < . 89 

Scissors, Post-mortem ' 135 

Scissors, Bowelling . . ..;...;:■ ..174'. 

Scissors, Seutin's , . . ; : . ; •■ 117 

Scissors, .Tonsil . ■.■.-• . ■ ■ 86 

Scissors, .Uterus •' ' . • 172 

Scissors, Ovula . .... .'.■.'.■.• 96 

' Scissors, Veterinary. :.-. . ... -■.. . . . 174 

Soobp^ Foreign Body ... . .' .". ■. . :> . r 70 

Seamless Oaustio Cases.-. .- . • ■;...■ .■■.'■ . v 83 
Searchers . ....... . . . '; .■..'■'.'. ■' ■ 105 

Self-holding Forceps . . .... . 16,122 

Seire-fines 19 

Seton Needles • • 133 

Seton Needles, Veteiijia^' 174 

Seutin's Scissors. 117 

Sickle-shape Knife ......... 69 

Sigmoid Silver Catheter ....... 122 




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Signoroni'S'Toumiqaet '. . . . . . . 20 

SilTBT Boogies . . .~ 27 

BilTer Oaaols for Epistaxis ;'.'.'. . . 38 
Silver Catheter, Henry ThompsOD's . . . 144 
Silver Catheter, Iilale and Female United . 183 
Silver Cathetais . . . . . .... 31, 32 

Silver Caustic Cases ........ 33 

Silver Foil, for Tooth Stopping . . ... 166 

Silver liancet Cases . . < 84 

Silver-mounted Syringe, for cavities of the 

Teeth 163 

Silver Syringe, Anel's ........ 66 

Silver Syringe, Walton's ....... 70 

Silver Wire, for ligatores .19 

Simpson's Cranioolast . ■. •' 107 

Simpson's Craniotomy Forceps . . . . . 108 
Simpson's Hystarotome . . . . . . . 172 

Simpson's Midwifery Forceps Ill 

' Simpson's Osteotomes . .... . . Ill 

Simpson's Perforator 112 

Simx>8on's Pessaiy . . 126 

Simpson's Porte Oanstiqae ...... 172 

Simpson's Trocar 172 

Skey's Toamiqaet 20 

Skinner's Inhalers .' 83 

SknU Forceps 121 

Skull-Bests ....... . ■. . . 136 

Skull Saw. ........... 121 

SUdo Chisel . . . . . , .... . 174 

Sliding Artery Forceps • .• . - . ■ . . . . ' ' 17 

Slings, Arm . . ' 20 

Smellie's Midwifery Forceps Ill 

Smellie's Perforator . ... . . . . 112 

Smith's Forceps for Hemorrhoids . : . . 136 
Smith's Hare-lip Forceps ....... 88 

Snow's Inhaler .......... 84 

Socket for Aim ....;:.... 23 

Socks, etc., Elastic . . . . . , : . 44, 46 

. Soond, Utema 172 

Somids, Hollow . . 97,99 

Sounds, Lithotomy . .-. ..... . 101 

Sounds, small, for children' '. ' . .'.' . ... 106 

Spatulas ■....■ 133 

Spear-shape Knives, for Ovariotomy . . . 123 

Speculum, Duck-bill 122 

Speculums . . . . '■ . . . > . . 13? to 142 
Spins Apparatus 1 . .: '..;...'. 23 
Spine Bags, Chapman's . j . : : '. . ' 143 
Spiral SiU: Stockings, jw. . . . : ... 46 

Splints 70 to 73 

Spoons for Iridectomy 68 

Spring Forceps 128, 135, 171 

Spring Forceps, Molar . . ... . . . ' . . 149 

Spud, Walton's 70 

Stafb. i. . . . . . . . . . . . 96, 98 

Sta&, Lithotomy ...... 101 

StafEs, small, for Children. ..-. . . . 105 

Stafi; Syma's^.r;.... :;:-.'. ;. .... 147 

Staflbrd's Catheters.. ..... . . ... . . 147 

Stanley's Hernia Director. : . ..... 77 

Slaphyloraphy Needles. 91 

Steel Urethrotome . 147 

StathJOBoopes .-"..'... ;•. . .. .127, 128 
Stetboseopes, Veterinary . - . ' . . . 176 

StookiagB,etOs'jaaBtio ;;:'.....:. .... 44,46 
StomaehPnmps. .-.I. ..V '. .■ 91,92 

' Sbanaeh Pomp, Yeterinary . . . . 176 

Stopping for Teeth 163,164,166 

Stopping Insiminenta ...... .148, 149 

Straight Elevators 166 

Straight Forceps 123 

Straight Punches ■......,.. 155 

Stricture Instruments 143 to 145 



Styles ............. 69 

Snooedaneum - .- . ... . . ... 156- 

Suspe'nders • . . . . . ,. . . . . '. ' 147 

Suture. Needles ' . .' . . . .- .' . . 19,123 

Swan's Inhaler . 82 

Swimming Belts.- ......... 79 

Syme'e Artery Forceps 17 

Syme's Knives, for Abscess . .- . '. . . 133 
Syme's Staff, for Perineal Section .... 147 

Symond's Tractor 112 

Syphon Ear Syringe, Bowman's .... 62 
Syphon Enema Syringes, Kennedy's ... 66 
Syphon Enema Syringes, Higginson's ... 63 
Syphon Trocars . .. .. ..... . . .159, 160 

Syringe for Hydrocele 169 

Syringe, Silver, Anel's . ........ 66 

Syringe, Silver, Walton's ....... 70 

Syringe for Subcutaneous Injections . . . 117 

Syringe, Walton's; 70 

Syringes, Anatomical ........ 36 

Syringes, Brass 49 to 62 

.Syringes, Ear . ... . . .-..-. . 38, 41 

Syringes, Elastic , . . 46, 46 

Syringes, Eye ...:... -66, 62 

Syringes, for injecting cavities of the Teeth . 163 

Syringes, Throat . .... . . . 87 

Syringes, Vagina..' ;..■:._.,-;..... .i . . 46,56 

Syringes, Veterinary . .........■;. . . 176 



T Bandages . ' . ;-. . ■,■. .-. . ; . 
Telescope Enemas. -.' „■:■..,,..;..■-. .j.. 
Tenaculums .] .' .]'.;'■■'.. i. •, r 
Tenaculums tuid Aneurism Needles.. 
Tenotomy Knives ., . .' .' ... ..';. 

Teat Glasses and Papers .' .° . .'. 
Thigh Splints . - ." '; .j . :] .]■ '/ .' . 
Thigli StockingB,.etoi -.'' .' .'■.-..: 
Thimbles, Peronsjann. .- -. . . -, .;, 
Thompson's :Cansti^]Catheter . . .. . - 

Tlrampson's lithotomy 'Kmfe-V,.^-; .- 
Thompson's Probe-poiniedl Catheter- 
Thompson's Stricture Dilator. ; -. ; J: 
Thompson's Urethrotome . . -. ..- 
Thorax Needle . . . .' .' . . 

Thread, .Ligature . .r . . . .'. 

.Throat Forceps, . ...!...-.-.,..■ 

:Throat Syringas.'.^ '..' .' . . .' . 
Tin Hearing Trndipets ' .' .' .' .' 
Todd's Inhaler . . .... . . . 

Todd's Bectum Dilator.- ... . 

Tongue Depressoia . ■■ 1 . , . . 
Tonsil Guillotinea '. \ .'...- 
Tonsil Lancet. ..'-. . . .- . '. . 

Tonsil Sdssors.' 

Tooth Instruments . . ' -. . . . 
Tortoiseshell Lancet Oases . . 
Tourniquets . -. -* .t .-■. . . 
Toynbee's Ear Illnminator . . . 
Toynbee's Lever Ring and Forceps 
Toynbee's Bectangular Forceps . . 

Toynbee's Tympanum 

Trachea Tube, Blnndell's. . . . •;.. 
Traehsotbmy Forceps ' . . . . '. ■ 
Tracheotomy Instruments . . . 
Tracheotomy Knife . ... . . 

Tracheotomy Trocair 

Tracheotomy Tubes 

Tractor, Symond's 

Trephining Instruments .... 

Tripods. 

Trocar, Simpson's . ; . . . 
Trocars 



, . . 25 
, -.■...: ..52 
,.V 114,183 
.. Z- ... 131 

:;:;:ji4;.i8i 

:-:.':^r:;;;:;i67- 

:■ ;.-;.72,.78 
■ ..-,-.-•- 44 v 

.. ..- 126 

...r .; 31 

. . :- 101 

-.-'-.-144 

. . 146 

. . . 146 

. . 131 

. . 11 

.-..• . - 94 

. 86, 87 

73 to 76 

. . 84 

. . 137 

. 92,93 

. . 87 

. . 93 

. . 86.- 

147 to 166 

... 84 . 

. 19,20 

. . 41 

. . 41 

40 

. . 41 

. . 168 

94 

.V86to96 

. ''161 

. . 86 

. . 112 

. . 118 

. . 135 

. . 172 
157 to 161 



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Trocars, Kxploring . 
Tn>oar8, Tracheotomy 
Tmmpeta, Hearing . 
Trasses, Bag . . . ' 
Tmsaes. .... 
Tabes^ Lithotomy 



rxoB 

181, 158, 159 

. . . .161 

. . . 78 to 76 

147 

. 161 to 161 
96 



Tabular Needles \ ■ 123 

Tomoar Forceps ' ^28 

Tumoar Hook and Needles .....'. 115 
Tamer's Ear Speoalam . . taa 

TyreU'sHook .' .' .' ! 69 



Umbilical Bands 

ITmbilieal Tmsses ..'.'.'.'.'.,[■ 

Urethra Boogies .... 

Urethra Catheters ........' 

Urethra Dilators '.'.'.' 

Urethra Forceps .' .' '.'.,' 

Urethra Syringes. .....'!.' 

Urethrotome ', '. ' 

Urethrotome, Thompson's . ! ' ' ' ' 

Urinals. . ! ! 166 

Urmary Cabinets ....... * 

Uiinometers ! ! i ' 

Utems Forceps and Scissors .'..'.'.'. 
Uteros Instrnments, Bennett's '. .' 

Utems Soond . ■ [ 

Uvula Scissors .... 



27 
164 

27 

82 
169 
106 

46 
147 
145 
166 
167 
167 
172' 
168 
172 

95 



Vaccina Lancets, Tubes; etc .... , He 

Vagina Dilator ..... " X72 

Vagina Pipes .- . .....'.'.'.[ sq 

Vagma Spoonlnms ... . . . . 140 to 142 

Vagum Sjmges . . 4^ 55 

Valantu's EniveS' .■ . . . .■ . ... .. 37 

Varicocele Binga .■....!!!] 77 

Vesico- Vaginal Fistula Instruments '. '. '. 122 

Veetia, Lownde's ■ .' .' iqq 

Veterinary Instruments. 173 to 175 

Veterinary Stethoscopes 175 

Vulcanised Chest Slanders . . . . . 34 

Vnlsellnm Forceps '. [ '. 95 

W 
Wakley's Sbieture Instruments . . ^ 14a 
Walker's Knife .....' 69 



Waller's Craniotomy Forceps . . 108 

Waller's Midwifery Forceps . . Ill 

Walsh's Stethoscope . . loa 

Walton's Bistoury cq 70 

Walton's Director ....'■■■ 70 

Walton's EyeUd Retractor ..'"'' 66 

Walton's Fine Scalpel '.'.'. 70 

Walton's Foreign-body Scoop .' . . .' .' 70 



Walton's Probes . 



70 



Walton's Scalpel ....'.'..'' 70 

Walton's Secondary Cataract Knife. . ' fin 

Walton's Spud S^ 

Walton's Syringe ... ' m 

Ware's Styles '.'.'.'.'. 69 

Warden's Auriscope ' ^l 

Water Bags, Chapman's .....'. .' 143 

Water Beds, Cushions, etc . 80 

Water-Dressing Bandages ..'...'. 25 

Watson's Inhaler . . ' ' 82 

Watson's Splint •.......,] 72 

Wai Boogies '. ' 27 

Webber's Anti-ligatore Forceps ....'. 16 

Weir's Vaccinating Lancet ', us 

Wells' Clamp for Ovariotomy. !!!!.' 122 

Wells' Syphon. Trocars. . . . . . 169 160 

Whalebone Gon-sbot Probes ..." '19 

^^^lliams' Stethoscope ....•.."' 128 

Winchester's Splint. .....'.'' 72 

Wire for Ligatures •....'.'.,', 19 

Wire Bope Eeraseor . . . .' .' .' .' ' 42 

Wood Splints .... ' ' ' " 72 71 

Wood's Needle ... " '. ' ' „ 

Wristlets . .'.'.'.'.' 44 

Wutier's Instrument for the radical core of 

Hernia 77 

Wylde's Capsular Sdssorg. ...'." .' ." 68 

Wylde's Ear Speculum. ...'.'..'. 138 

Wylde's Entropiom Forceps . . " ' ' 63 
Wylde's Flexible Porte Caustique . '. '. [41 

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Tearsley's Ear Forceps ..... 40 

Yeatsley's Ear Speculum ■.'.'.'..' iss 

Yellow Wax Boogies ...'.'...' 27 

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Zwanky's Pessaries . . . . . . ." .' 125 



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PART I. 



SURGEONS' INSTRUMENTS, &C. 



AitfPtJTATiNG INSTRUMENTS, Army Pannikrs, and Instruments 
USED BY Surgeons in the Army and Navy, also in the 
Service of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navi- 
gation Company, and on board Royal Mail Packets and 
Emigrant Ships. 

PIG. 1. 




FIG. t -PORTABLE: SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, 

moimtad in ehsqaered ebony handles and ailver fennles, eo mrin ti ng of — Large Saw, 
straight Finger Saw, one each large and BmaU Liston's Amputating Knife, Catlin, 
Tenaonlnm, sliding Artery Forceps, Bone Forcepe, Spiral Tonmlqnet, Needles and Silk, 

in mahogany case 

If fitted with Liston's Bone Forceps and Artery Forceps with Spring 



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'"'^MPMTQ ''^^.S':-^.^^^'^ '"'^'-D AMPUTATING INSTRU- 
MENTS, monnted in oheqaered ebony haodles and silver femUes, oonsistuiff of— Lareo 
Saw, straight Finger Saw, one each large and small Ampntating Knife. Oatlin.^ 

- SS^ nTT"™' ^ ^""^ ^"^^ ^^ ^'''' ^^ ^""^ Trephine^hine 
Brnah. Bnllet Forceps, Elevator, one No. 8 Gennan-silver Electro-plated Catheter,one No 6 
Ha^c^ Catheter, one long Heotro-plated Gnn-shot Probe, reel of LJgatnre Silk, 

:. vTT^ f°°* ^^^^^^' °^ ^"^ Tourniquet, and three Field Tonmiqnets. in brass- 
Donna mahogany case 





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RG. 3.-P0RTABLE SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, 

■ consisting of — Large Sav, straight Finger Saw, one each large and small Amputating Knife, 

Oatlin, Tenaonlmn, three Sealpela, Spiral Tonmiqnet, Bone Forceps, sliding Arter; Forceps, 

- Ballet Forceps, Bey's Skoll Saw, Elevator, Trephine, Fox's Tooth Kej, one each straight and 

curved Tooth Forceps, Oartwright's Uolar Forceps, one No. 8 Electro-plated Catheter, 

one Ko. 6 Elastie-gmn Catheter, Needles and Ligature Sillc, fitted in mahogany case . 



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RG. 4.-P0RTABLE SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, 

mounted in chequered, ebony 'handles and silver ferrules, oioiisifting o^Large Saw, 
Framed Uetaeaipal Saw, Eniie for the oirenUr operation, two IMotfe Double-edged Knives ' 
for the flap operation (7. in. and 9 in.), one plain ditto, single ediged (9 in.), Gatlin, Te-' 
naoulum, AsHJIinPs Spring T&naenlum, Liston'a .^one Forespis, improved Spring Artery' ' 
Forceps, Dissecting Ftnneps, two' Scalpels, one eaah nanow' aod'broad Finger Kniib, 
Aneurism Needle,' improved Bullet Extractor, two Spiral Tourniquets, three Held ditto;' ' 
Needles and Iiigators Silk, in handsome brass-bound mahogany case, lined with silk velvet 10 



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FIG. 5.-C0MPI_ETE SET OF INSTRUMENTS, in aoeorfance with the 
Amy regnlatioiis, conaisting of— Dr. Batcher's Saw, large Ampatatmg Saw, four Ampnta- 
ttng ^Tea (one,each,8, 9,10,,and:UuleheB), laBtftn'a Bona Foreftps; liaton's Artery 
Foreeps, Syme'a ditto, fonr: pairs of bieffmihach's Ball-dog Nippers, Spiral Tourniquet, 
three Keld Tomniqueta, two reels of Silk, two reels of Thread, one red of fine aimealod 
Biher Wire, six Scalpels, one carved probe-pointed . Bistoury, one cuired sharp-p<rinted Bis- 
^WStt^^o^j^^^tjg^oBistoury, two straight sharp-pointed Bistouries, Tenaculum, 
Hernia Knilerij^^ S5 f!i Ser, B Tq ?ot<gny Knife, Listen's Needle, Tang Scalpel, im- 
proved BnOet Foroepe with movable blades, imposed Bullet Extractor, one each large and; 
, small. Trephine, Elevator, Hey's Stall Saw, Baspatory, Fvgnsson's. lion Fore^s, one 
pair of Cutting PUeni. straight Gouge, Gouge Forceps, Necrosis Foroepe, strong straight 
Seissors, Dissecting Forceps, SUver Probe, SUver Director, Hernia Director, one Anel's 
Probe for the Lachrymal Duct, two Ware's Styles for Fistula LaohrymaKs, set of Bow- 
man's Probea, and Critchett's fine Grooved Director, in case, Walton's Foreign-Body 
Scoop, one Cataract Needle, largo Trocar for Paracentesis Abdominis, smaU Exploring 



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Trocar, Trocar and Silver-moaiitod OUsa S;ringe tor Hydrocele, one each No. 2, 4, 6 
hall-marked Bflver Hale Catheter, one each No. 1, 3, S, 7 E3a3tic-gam Male Catheter, 
one SilTer Female Catheter, Demnan's shprt Midwifery Forceps, Jointed Probang, for 
throating and extracting, two double Tracheotomy Gannlas, Case for Isinglass Plaster, 
Glass Bottle, Wax, Needles. The whole fitted in a handsome brass-bonnd mahogany 
case, lined with silk velvet ; 35 10 



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FIG. 6.-SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, momited in 

chequered ebony handles- and silver ferroles, consisting of — Large Saw with spare 
blade, framed Metacarpal Saw, straight Finger Saw, two Liston's Ampatating Knives, 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 

£ ». d. 
two doable-edged ditto ditto, Catlin,- two TenaonlamB, two Asdlini's ditto, Artery Forceps, 

Bone Forceps,. Bnllet Forceps, Ballet Scoop, five Scalpels, Anenrism Keedle, Fistola 
Bistoary,' two cnrred Bistoaries (oae each, piobe aad sharp-pointed). Tang Scalpel, two 
Toomiqaets, foor sets of spare fittings for Toomiqaets, two Field Toamiqaets, two dozen 
oarred Needles, two Seton Needles, two Trephines, Skall Forceps, two Elevators, Lenti- 
colar. Trephine- Brush, two Hey's Skoll Saws, long Gan-shot Probe, large Abdominal . 
Trocar, with introdactory Canala, Hydrocele Trocar, Exploring Trocar, one each No. 5 
and 8 hall-marked Silver Male Catheter, two Elastic-gam Oatheters, Silver Female 
Catheter, Fox's Tooth Key, one each straight and carved Tooth Forceps, Tooth Fonoh, 
Bell's Elevator, 0am Lancet, Ligature Silk. The whole fitted in a handsome brass- 
bound mahogany case, lined with silk velvet 18 10 



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FIG. 7. -SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, FOR 

SURGEONS IN THE ROYAL NAVY, moanted in chequered ebony 
handles and ailTer ferroles, consisting of — large Saw with spare blade, framed Metacarpal 
Saw, three Liston's Ampatating Knives, two Catlins, two TeiiaonlnmB, six Scalpels, one 
each curved, probe, and sharp-pointed Bistoorv, Artery Forceps, six Spiral Toomiqaets, 
Listen's Bona Forceps, large Trocar for Paracentesis Abdominis, Hydrocele Trocar, two 
dozen carved Needles, set of three Trephines, Hey's Sknll Saw, Lenticular, Raspatory, 
Elevator, Trephine Brash, Skoll Bazor, one each No. 5 and 8 hall-marked Silver Male 
Catheter, one each No. 7 and 9 Elastic-gmn Catheter, Fox's Tooth Key, Gum Lancet, one 
each carved and straight Tooth Forceps, Fanch, two Seton Needles, pair of strong probe- 
pointed Scissors, long Jllaetio-plated Otm-shot Probe, Ballet Forceps, Scoop for extracting 
balls. Spring-jointed Probang, for extracting and throsting, one carved Probang, for the 
application of solution of nitrate of silver, ligature Silk. The whole fitted in a hand- 
some brass-bound mahogany case ' . 16 16 



Nole. — The following also are requisite to complete the Outfit : — 
Apparatus for Bestoring Suspended Animation, (circular Spring Bellows, fitted with Nostril 
Pipes, and Ear Tubes,) two Stoppered Bottles, two Bleeding Lancets, and Flute-key Stomach 
Pump, set of Pocket Listrumeuts, six Bleeding Lancets in morocco case, two dozen 
Elastic-gum Bougies in case, two sets of Lined Splints, twelve flannel or linen Boilers, two 
eighteen-toiled Bandages, piece of web for Tourniquets, sixty yards of Tape, set of Cupping 
Instnmients complete, Fahrenheit's Thermometer in leather case, half-pound of Ligature 
Thread, two pint Pewter Syringes, and six half-ounce Urethra Syringes. The whole 
' packed in deal chest, with look and key . : 11 16 

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FIG. 8 -SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, FOR AS- 

SISTANT SURGEONS IN THE ROYAL! NAVY,: monnted in 

obeqoered ebony handles, with BilTer fsimles, consisting of — ^Large Saw, Metacarpal 
Saw with spare blade, two Liston's Amputating Knives, one Liston's Donbleredged Knife, 
Oatlin, two Tenaonlams, six Scalpels, Artery Foreeps, twelve Needles, Liston's Bone 
Forceps, two Trocars, two Trephines, Bey's Bknll Saw, Skoll Forceps, Tiepbine 
Brash, Elevator, two hall-marked Silver Male Catheters (1 each, No. 6 and 8), two 
Elastio-gom Oatheteis, Fox's Tooth Key, two Tooth Forceps, Tooth Ponch, Oom Lancet, 
Seton Needle, Oerman-silver Electro-plated Onn-shot Probe, Bnllet Forceps, Ligatm« . 
Thread, Probang for thrnsting and extracting, two Toomiqaets, — fitted in a hrass-bonnd 
mahogany case, complete . ... . 12 10 

The foUQwing are aUo ordered iirith above : — ' . 

No. 1 Set of Pocket Instrnmenta s^ Page 129: — Twelve Bleeding Lancets, 'six Pewter 

Syringes, and Fahrenheit's Thermometer, in leather case . . . .' 3 3 

Note. — ^When Assistant Snrgeona are appointed to ships not carrying.^ Fall jSorgeons, the .^ 
following are also necessary :— 

Six Bougies in case} set of lined Splints, and three Calico Bandages 9 6 



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FIG. 9.-C0MPLETE SET OF AMPUTATING INSTRUMENTS, 

mounted in eheqoered ebony handles and silyer ferrnles, consiBting of— Large Saw, 
Btraight Finger Saw, three liston's Amputating Knives, Oatlin,"two straight Bistonries, 
six Scalpels, two onrred Bistonries, Aneurism Needle, Tenacnlran, sUding Artery Forceps, 
Torsion Forceps, Listen's Bone Forceps, Trocar and silTer-monnted Glass Syringe for 
Hydrocele, straight Scissors, Uvnla Scissors, reel each of Sflver Wire, Thread, and Silk, 
twelve Needles, two Anel's Probes, two Ware's Styles for Fistula Lachrymalis, two Tooth 
Forceps, Necrosis Forceps, long Urethra Forceps, two Trephines, Trephine Brush, Skull 
Forceps, Elevator, Bey's SkuU Saw, long curved Throat Forceps, two Spiral Tonmiqueta, 
three Field Tourniquets, improved Bullet Forceps with movable blades, improved Bullet 
Extractor, double Silyer Tracheotomy Canula. three Electro-plated Catheters, three 
Elastic-gum Catheters, long Gun-shot Probe, Nfilaton's " Garibaldi " Probe. Spring Pio- 
bang, short curved Probang, two Serre-flnes,— in handsome brass-bound mahogany case, 
lined with silk velvet, and fitted with two tiiiys to lift out 18 



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chequered ebony, handles and silTer fannies^ eonsisting <>]^Ampntating Saw, twq Listen's 
double-edged KiiivJas for the flap operotian; (Brenlar Knifn,- OaUin, Bone Nippers, straight 
Finger Saw, Spring Artery Forceps, two Hoy's Skull Saws, Trephine, Elevator, Trephine 
Brush, Tang Scalpel, two Scalpels, two curved Bistouries, two straight Finger Knives, 
Hernia Bistoury, large Trocar and Canula for Paracentesis Abdominis, Hydrocele Trocar, 
Bullet Forceps, Probe, Hernia Director, Aneurism Needle. Tourniquet. Needles,— fitted in 
brass-bound mahogany case, complete 



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FIG. 11.-SET OF AMPUTATING, INSTRUMENTS. -°-^ - 

cheaWed ebony handles and .ayer "fermleB, conaisting of-Large Saw. Metecanjal 
V £7^ B^'uade, two Circular Knives, two Liston's double^ed Knives for the 
■; Copirat^Oatlin, listen's Spring Artery- Forceps. Bone Forceps. Spr^g Forceps. 
;S eSdB^ Bistonries. ru^ Knife. Aneurism Needle.largeTr^ 

SoS^Hydrooele Trocar. Tourniquet. Spring Probang. Needles and Ligature Silk. 
^Se/a Saw. Elevator. Skull Forceps and Bmsh.-fitted m brase-boond mahogany 

eaae^ complete; • " 



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UST OF INSTBUMENT8 EEQUIBED BY SURGEONB IN THE SEBVICE OF THE 

PENINSULAB AND OEIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. 

£ s. d. 

Set of AmpDtating Instruments. ■ Kg-W- ?««« 9' ^° ^^ " 

Set of Cupping Instmmenta No. 1. „ M, 2 10 

Set of Pocket Instruments . ." „ 1. „ 129, 2 

Set of Tooth InBtrranents » 2. „ 147, 1 18 

Six Bleeding Lancets; six MetaDio Bougies, in case; Silver Female Catheter; three Bilver 

Male Catheters (one each. No. 4, 6, 8) ; Midwifery Forceps 376 



LIST OF INSTBUMENTS BEQUIEED BY SUBGEONS IN THE BOYAL MAIL STEAM 

PACKET SEBVICE. 

£ t. d. 

Set of Amputating Instruments Fig. 11. Page 10, 10 

Set of Cupping Instruments . .' No. 1. „ 34, 2 10 

Set of Elastio-gnm Bougies, in ease ^ 

Set of Pocket Instrmnento No. 6. Page 129, 3 17 

Set of Silver Male Catheters, in case. .....; 5 16 6 

Set of Tooth Instruments No. 2. Page U7, 1 18 

Liston's Leg and Thigh Splint, as Fig. 6, page 72 ; pint Pewter Clyster Syringe ; six Bleeding 

Lancets ; Spring Probang; six halfK)unea Urethra Syringes ; two dozen Calico Bandages ; 

Setof Straight Bplinto; Tape and Thread . . 4 U 

SET' OP OBSTETBIO INSTBUMENTS in leather pouch, conabting of Blunt Hook and 

Crotchet, Craniotomy Forceps, Lever, Midwifery Forceps, and Perforator ...... 3 18 6 



LIST OP INSTBUMENTS BEQDIKED BY SUBGEONS ONBOABD EMIGBANT 
APPOINTED BY H. M. C0MMI8SI0NEBB. 

Setof Amputating Instruments Pig. 12. Page 10, 

Set of Cupping InstnimentB ..'... • • No. 1. ,,34, 

Set of Poicket Instruments . » !• •• ^^' 

Set of Tooth Instruments ;".■•.'■■. . i ■« !• .• 147, 

Four Silver Male Catheters (one each No. 2, 4, 6. 8) ; Silver Female Catheter;. Set of four 

Elastie-gum CMheters, in ease '. •. • • •.-..•",•.•,!/. •. • • • ' 

SET OF OBSTETBIO IN8TBUMBNT8 in leather pooch, consisting of Blunt Hook and 

' Oroiehet, Craniotomy Forceps, Midwif^ ditto, and Perforates . ^. /■",■'■,■.•. •,..."t!V.". • '. 
Pour Bleeding Lancets; iA ease, Elerator, Silver Tracheotomy Oanula, Trephine i . , ... . 



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PAIB OF ABMY PANNIEBS, paekaifor transport. 





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ARMY PANNIERS. FOR 300 MEN AND UPWARDS. MADE OF 
STRONG WICKER. AND COVERED WITH HIDE. 



£ «. d. 



Price of the Pair complete ... . . • 50 







CONTENTS OP INBTBUMENT PANNIEB:— 

Complete set of Instnunents, as Kg. 6, enclosed in a strong patent-leather portmanteau ; set of 
Pocket Dressing Instnunents, 'White-metal Enema Apparatos in mahogany box ; two dozen Calico Band- 
ages ; three Water-Dressing Bandages, tweWe Elastic-gmn Bougies, twehre Elastic-gnm Catheters, two 
packets of Surgeons' Needles, two pieces of Surgeons' Tape, packet of Ligature Thread, six Keld Tour- 
niquets, one Spiral Tourniquet, four pairs of Cline's Leg Splintft, set of Arm Splints, set of large 
lined Splints, Hetal Bed Pan, Uetal Washing Basin, and two packets of Pins. 



; CONTENTS OP MEDIOINB: PANNIEE:— 



Thirty-one green flint stoppered square Bottles (two 82-^., two 8-ox., five 4-oz., twelve 2-o2., five 1-oz., 
and five J-oz.), Ats 2-oz. Capped Ethers, six small Japanned Tin Boxes, Pill TUb, Scissors, Pill 
Knife, Bolus Xnifig, Glass Measures, Mortar sad Pestle, Pewter Cup, Scales and Weights, 1 lb. Cot- 
ton Wool, three Sponges, half-quire Demy Paper, Twine, Waxed Paper, Ontta Percha Tissue, three 
J-oz. Glass Syringes, Bufl's-eyo Lantern, Corkscrew, one yard Oiled Bilk, Pill Boxes, Gallipots, 
Corks, Wax Candles, Glass Inkstand, Writing Pq>er, Slip Labels, Pens, Wafers,^Eealing Wax, Tin 
of Wax Matches, and Empty Tins for tea, sugar, arrowroot, and coffee. 



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FIG. 13.-MAW'S PORTABLE FIELD OPERATION CASE, i" 

strong leather corer, with straps, look and key, etc., c on si s ti n g of— Amputating Saw with 
shifting back, Metacarpal Saw, Hey's Skull Saw, Elevator, Tooth Punch, large Trocar and 
Caoola, fitting one spring-socket handle, one each large and small Ampatating Knife, 
. Oatlin, Tooth Key and Trephine, fitting one spring-socket handle. Finger Saw, Finger 
" Knife, two eorred Bistonries, Hernia Bistonry, four Scalpels, Tenacnlmn, Listen's Keedle, 
Anetnism Needle, Tenotomy Knife, Omn Lancet, Hydrocele Trocar and Exploring Trocar, 
fitting one spring-socket handle, donble Probang, No. 8 Silver Male Catheter with stop-cock, 
Oon-shot Probe, two La^ngeal Brashes, reel each of Silk, Thread, and Silver-wire, silver- 
moonted Olasa Syringe, Silver Tracheotomy Oannla, pair of Tooth Forceps and Bone Forceps 
with spring, seamless Silver Canstio Case, Nelaton's Probe, Ballet Extractor, Ballet For- 
oeps. Listen's Artery Forceps, straight Sdsson, Sknll Forceps, two Diefiisnbach's Artery 
Forceps, Needles, Ballet Scoop, Caustic, Lint, Oiled SiDc, Isinglass Plaster on lawn, 
ditto on oiled silk. Adhesive Plaster, imd Ontta-pereha Tlssae 



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AMPUTATTOO KNiyES,iOT the oircnlar operation, 88 Kg. 8, "two dies . . each 9/- and 10 
AMPUTATINO KNIYES, dooUe-edged. for the flap operation, as Kg. 1. Liston's 8, 9, and 

10 inch blades ..-.•;. .-;;v; . each 8/- 9/- 10 

AMPUTATING KNIVES, single edged, 8, 9, and 10 inch blades, as Fig 2 . each 8/- 9/- 10 

AMPUTATING: KNIVES, the set of three, fitting one spring-socket handle in 

AMPUTATING KNIFE AND SAW, in shell handle, with French lock back ... 16 

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AMPtJTATINO SAW, Dr. Butcher'e, as Fig. 



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ANTI-IilQiTTiM FOBOEPB, WebWs, as Kg. 18 . 

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„ , „ SUding, as Pig. 11 

„ . „ Syme's, as Fig. 12 

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ABTEBT FOBOEPS, Assilim's, as Fig. U . .... ....060 

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BXJLLET ESTB^OTOB, aa Fig. 20 9 

„ PQBOEPa, with movable blades, aa Pig. 21 7 

„ FOEOEPS, Improved, as Fig. 24 10 

„ FOEOEPS, Plain 4 6 

„ SOOOP, asKg. 22. . . 2 9 

BUTOHEB'S, DB., AMPUTATIKO SAW, Kg. 9 2 

CATLIN, aa Fig. 4, page 15 5 

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CHAIN SAW, in ivoiy, as Kg. 26 18 

DIEFFENBAOH'S AETEBT FOEOEPS, Self-holding, Kg. 18 2 3 

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GUN-SHOT PROBE, 19 Inohefl long, Eleotro-plated .....080 

„ Flexible metal . 0. 1 

an_., 070 

•> II II II Dii'er 

I, Whalebone 2 9 

Nelaton's "Garibaldi" 4 

LIGATURE SrLK per reel 1 

„ THREAD pe' ^o^- ^'^^ 7 

WIRE, Eleotro-plated per doz. hanks 4 6 

Iron per reel 2 

',', ','. . saver' .*!.*........ per hank, 1/9, 2/9, 8/6, 040 

PIG. 27. 




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METACARPAL SAW, as Kg. 27 

NELATON'S PROBE (" Garibaldi"), for diagnosing gnn-shot 

PIG. 28. 



10 
4 6 




SERRE-riNEB, as Fig. 28 

SUTURE NEEDLES, onrred, as Fig. 6 . ., 
„ „ eye at point . . . 

„ „ • grooved to carry wire ■ 

„ „ . Btraight,aarig.ff - 

PIG. 20. r 



per doz. 



10 6 

2 

2 

2 

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PIG. 30. 





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TOUBNIQUET, for-thefield,a3Fig. 29 •. 
TOUBNIQ0ET, Pefitt'a spiral, as Fig; 30 

PIG. 31. 




£ «. d. 
16 
5 



PIG. 32, 



TOUBNIQUET, SignoroDfs, as Fig. 31 18 

TOUBNIQUET, Skey's, aa Fig. 32 ....;... 1 12 




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DISLOCATIONS, DEFORMITIES, ETC. 



PIG. 1. 



PIG. 2. 





£ ». <f. 
ABU-SLINO-, irith Elbow Cap, in plain leather, as Fig. 1 090 

„ with Elbow Cap, in patent leather, as Fig. 1 . 12 6 

„ with Elbow Cap, in patent leather, Sliding, as Fig. 2 . 16 

„ with Elbow Cap, in plain leather, Sliding, aa Fig. 2 14 

„ withoat Elbow Cap 6 



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ABTIFIOIAL ABM a^D HAliD, as F'g. 3 



£ 
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DIRECTIONS FOR MEASUREMENT IN CASES WHERE AMPUTATION ABOVE THE 
ELBOW HAS BEEN PERFORMED. 

Length of Stump from Axilla, oircamference close to A-nTln, eireniuferenoa at end of Stump, length of 
sound Arm from Axilla to Elbowi length of sound Arm from Axilla to Wrist, tracing of the Hand on 
paper, \rith the fingers closed. State whether for right or left. * 

DIRECTIONS FOB MEASUREMENT IN CASES WHERE AMPUTATION BELOW THE 
ELBOW HAS BEEN PERFORMED. 

Length of Stump from Elbow to the end, circumference above the Elbow, circumference at Elbow, cir- 
cumference at end of Stump, length of sound Arm &om Elbow to Wrist, tracing on paper of sound Hand 
with the fingers dosed. State whether for right or left. 




ARTIFIOIAL LEO-, for cases where amputation above the knee has been performed, as Fig. 4, 18 7 6 
ARTIFICIAL LEO, „ . „ „ below „ „ „ as Fig. 5, 15 15 



DIBECTIONS FOB MEASUREMENT FOR FIG. 4. 

let. Entire lengtii of Stamp from the Crutch. — ^2nd. Circumference close to the Crutch. — 3rd. Cireum- 
ferenoe at the middle of the Stump. — 4th. Circumference at end of Stump. — 5th. Length.of sound Leg 
from the Omteh to the centre of the Knee. — 6th. Length from the Crutch to the ground. — 7th. Circum- 
ference of Instep. 8th. Length of Foot from the point of great-toe to heeL State whether for right or 

left 

DIBECTIONS FOB MEASUREMENT FOB PIG. 6. 

1st. Length of Stump from the centre of Knee to the end. — 2nd. Circumference above the Knee. — 
Srd. CircTunlereiice' a{ the Enee.-^— 4th.' Circumference two inches below the Cnee. — 5th. Circumference 
at end of Stninp. — 6th. Circumference of Instep of sound Foot. — ^th. Length of Foot from the point of 
great-toe to heei. State whether for right or left. 



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£ a. d. 

0BXITCHE8, with dbuble springs and Btoffed heads, as Fig. 6 per pair 2 6 

„ with single ditto, as Fig. 7 , 2 2 

„ without springs, as Fig. 8 „ 100 

„ straight, as Fig. 9 „ 9 

„ with elliptic heads ,. 18 

'When ordering Oratohes, state length from under the arm to ground. 

LEG lEONS AND BOOTS from 80/- per pair. 

LITTLE'S INSTBUMENT for dub foot, plain 1 16 

„ „ „ with tack adjustment 2 12 6 




PIN LEO, for limb amputated above the Enee, as Fig. 10 1 12 

„ „ „ below the Knee „ 11 110 

„ with improved knee-joint, enabling the patient to kneel, <tc 3 8 



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DIBEOTIONS FOB MEA8UBEMENT FOB PIN LEO, FIG. 10. 

Oircmnferenee of Thigh dose to the Orateh, eireiunferenee of Stump at the end, length &om the Crutch 
to the ground, length of Stump. State whether for right or left 

DIBEOTIONS FOB MEASTJBEMENT FOB PIN LEG, FIG. 11. 

Diameter of Knee when bent, diameter of Thigh close . to the Cmtoh, length &om under the Knee 
when bent, to the ground. State whether for ri^t or lefL 

£ s. d. 
LEATHEB SOCKET for the Arm« with hookt ring, and knifa or fork ........ 1 17 

Ueasnrementa required, same as those for Artifleiai Hand and Arm. 

SCABPA'S SHOE, plain 1 16 

„ ~ „ with rack moyement 2 12 G 

SPINAL APPABATUS, plain . . 63/- and 5 5 

„ „ with rack acljnstmenta and modem improTements 8 15 



DISLOCATION BAUDAQES AND PTTLLEYS. 




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FIG. 12 &i8,-BANDAQES, of strong web and leather per set O^U 

i» •• 11 . of stoot calf leather . . .• , 18 

PIG. 14— PULUES ... ... '\ r. ,. 

•. • . per set U 

For application of Pnllies, see illustrations. 

To rednoe a dislocation of the head of the Pemnr upon the Dorsom Ilii, see Fig. 16. 

To redooa a dislocation npon the Oa Pnbis, see Fig. 16. 

To reduce a dislocation into the Sciatic Notch, see Fig. 17. 

To rednce a dislocation into the Foramen Orale, see Pig. 18. 

BRADSOB'S BANDAGE^ Ibr fraotnred Clavicle 12 

ELLIS'S 

•< " • 17 

SOLID LBATHEB CAP, with straps, &o., for a dislocated Bhonlder 17 



BANDAGES, BELTS, ETC. 

ABDOIOKAL BANDAGES, QaitsMU's Obstetrical ...... each, calico 2/6 ; jean 5 t 

OALIOO BANDAGES, 3 inches wide, sorted lengths of 4. 6. and 9 yards . . . . perdo^ 8 6 

DOMBTTE BANDAGES. 6 yard lengths 10 

ELASTIC COTTON NET BANDAGE. peryard,2jia. 8/-; 3 in. 3/6 -Si**!!, wide ." 4 

BIGHTBEN;T4II^P BANDAGES „ jg ,, 

FLANNEL BANDAGES .. " 

._ „ 16 

LINEN BANDAGES . . 

_ „ 16 

T BANDAGES 

WATER-DRESSING BANDAGES ..'.'.".... " „ " 

* ••.... ,, .080 




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ABDOinNAL BELTS. 

POB THE ItBT i TPrp OP COKPXrOBKCTT, AUB SUPFOBT OF THB ABDOKBN STTBJiro FaBONAIfCrZ-. 
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ABDOMINAL BELTS. m*de to dmw on, . . each. th««d. 9/-; rift 16 

" " to 'aoe.wiUi jean backs and elastic fronts . „ „ 8/-; ailk 10 6 

" " spiral elastic silk, to draw on . . . . . . . . '. _ .'each 115 

" ^'*«^ '""' India-mbber pads (inflated or staffed) for Ingoinal or 

UmbiUcal Hernia ......... . . each axtm q O 

ASHBURNHAM'S BELT, for Prolapsus Uteri . . . . .' T! U 



PIG. 2. 




BLUNDELL'S LACED ABDOMINAL BELT, for Prolapsus Uteri, as Pig. 2 . . . .14 

FLANNEL BELTS, with tapes, used in cases of Cholera .' •' eiich 3 

GENTLEMEN'S BELTS, for the reUef of corpulency, capable of being lengthened or shortened 

each, 11/- and 15 

GENTLEMEN'S RIDING BELTS, as Pig. 3 . .... Ist quaUty. 11/6 ; 2nd quaUty 6 G 
Measurement required— Circumference at A, B, ; length A to B, B to 0. 



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mDIA-BUBBEBUMBILIOAL BANDS,forchadren, asFig.4 perdoz 10 

THBEAD .. ... , .. ■ 1 1 

^^^^ " .. n aaKg.6,perdoz.,narrow, 14/-; broad, 1 7 

UTHOTOMT BANDAGES, caUco perdoz. 8 

If ■> flannel 16 



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BOUGIES. 



(BSOPHAGUB BOUGIES, Elastic-gmn .perdoz. 

I, ' - „ , ' "Wax 

EEOTUM BOUGIES, Elastic-gnm ....:..... 

•I •• Metal 

,11 „ Wax 

For the sizes of Beotam Boogies see next page. 
UEETHRA BOUGIES, Catgut . .... . BmaD, per doz. 6/-, large sizes from 1/- each 

„ „ Elastio-gmn, doable webs, adapted for hot climates ;. , .per doz. 

11 II ,1 conical form . 

11 11 ,1 olivaiy 

11 11 11 single webs, cylindrical . „ 

,1 „ Flexible Uetal 

II 11 Qerman-silTer, electro-plated .* 

II .1 Steel 

' „ II 11 electro-plated ..;... 

„ „ Stoat Silver, Hall-marked — 

No. 1 3 8 4. 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 
Bach 7/- 71- 8/- 9/- 10/- 10/6 12/6 18/- 14/- 16/- 17/6 
UBETHBA BOUGIES, Sir Benjamin Brodie's, Qerman-gayer, electro-plated . . 

Wax, black 

„ „ mounted with Oaostio .... . . . . 

•1 red 

„ white 

.. „ yellow 



12 

18/6 

. . each 

per gross 

per doz. 

per gross 



£ s. d. 
18 

12 
110 

1 12 
12 



6 

9 
110 

5 6 

6 

2 12 6 

16 

2 12 6 



6 3 
12 

9 
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110 

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BEEAST BOTTLES, aiASSES, 
MD PTJMPS. - 

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2 

£ s. i. 

BREAST BOTTLES, green Indin-mbber, with glasB mounts, as FJR. 1 each 6 

white India-rubber P« don. 13 

„ with wood mounts i. 10 

BBEAST ESLIEVEBS, S. Maw & Son's improved, as Fig. 2 . . . each, 4 oz., 3/6 ; 2 oz. 2 6 




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£ a. d. 
BBEAST OLASSKS, \rith elastie tnbes for self nse, as Fig. 3 . . . . . per doz., 10/- and IS 

„ ti of superior manafaetare, fitted with pomps, in moroeeo cases, lined -with 

velvet, each, brass, 10/6 ; eleetm-plated, 12 6 



FIG. 4. 




BREAST PUMP, brass, in mahogany case, as Fig. 4. : . . . ..076 



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£ >. d. 
OATTSTIO CATHETER, vrith palladinm holder and eaostio fused in the stilette, for applica- 
tion to neck of liladder, Goolson's, as Fig. 1 . . .,'... . 1 18 6 

CA1JSTI0 CATHETER, with Btilette to close the eye, OoolBon's . . 2 2 

CAUSTIC CATHETER, silver, for applying solution of nitrate of silver or ointment;, as 

Fig. 2, Erichsen's ■ . . 1 12 6 

CAUSTIC CATHETER, with palladiom end, and chequered ebony handle, as Fig. 5, Lalle- 

inand's * i 1 12 6 

CAUSTIC CATHETER, with palladium end, without handle, Lallemand's 19 

CAUSTIC CATHETER, with sponge stUette, as Fig. 8, Henry Thompson's 1 12 

CAUSTIC CATHETER, with palladiom end and holder, Mo Dongall'fl •. 1 17 

CAUSTIC CATHETER, for applying ointments, Dawson's, as Fig. 4 . . . .' 112 



PIG. 6. 





DOUBLE-CHANNEL SILYEB CATHETER, as Fig. 5, fitted with brass syringe, for injecting . 

the bladder in a continuous stream 2 2 

DOUBLE-CHANNEL SILTBB CATHETER, for injecting the bladder in a eontinuouB stream, 

Sir Benjamin Brodie's . '. ' 1 16 

DOUBLE-CHANNEL SILVER CATHETER, with brasis syiln^ .^ttadied, Sir iBenjmnia 

Brodie's ■».... ............ .22 

DOUBLE-CHANNEL SILYER CATHETER, with bougie stUette, plain, 26/- ; haU-marked, 1 8 

„ „ „ „ with itop-cock, „ 46/6; „ 2 10 





FEMALE CATHETERS, Elostic-som .... ; . each 

Elastic-gom, with silver stop-cock ; .', . "...., ... „ 

Flexible Metal ...;....., „ 

German-silver, electro-plated „ 

Silver, with dooble channel, Clarke's „ 

Silver, plain, as Fig. 6 „ 

Silver, sliding, as Fig. 7 „ 

Silver, sliding, with stop-cock ,, 






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£ a. d, 

MALTS OATEETEBS, Elastio-gnm, vith double webs, adapted for hot olimates . . per doz. 9 

•1 •»•'•■■,. tf conical ■ „ 10 6 

" • I. '■■,,•■ • „ olivary „ 110 

•• >•' I. with ainj^e webs, cylindrical „ 6 

II ' » ' Gcrman-silTer, electro-plated „ 2 14 

The set of twelve, in leather case 330 

The set of six „ '....,.. 1 10 

The set of four „ 1 2 

•I It Oeiman-silver, electro-plated, Sir Benjamin Brodie's .... each 008 
II 11 Silver, hall-marked — 

No. 1 .2 • 8 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 
Each 6/- 6/- 7/- 7/- 8/- 9/6 10/6 10/6 11/- 13/- 18/- 14/- 19/- 20/- 

MAIE CATHETEBS, BflTer, the set of twelve, in case, with glass bottle, for oO .... 5 16 6 
'• II II Sir Beqjamin Brodie's, hall-mad^ed, in eheqnered ebony 

handles—^ 
No. 1 2 8 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 
Each 11/- 11/- 12/- 13/- 14/. 16/- 17/6 19/- 21/- 23/- 24/- 26/- 28/- 30/- 

PE08TATE CATHETEBS, Elastio-gnm, double webs per doz. 1 1 

" " II sili •• „ 2 12 6 

II II Qeiman-silver, electro-plated each 6 

II II Silver, hall-marked — ■ » 

No. 6 7 8 9 10- 11 12 18 14 
Each 12/6 13/- 14/- 16/. 16/6 17/6 18/6 20/- 21/- 
PB08TATE CATHETEBS, Sflver, Sir Benjamin Brodie's, haU-marked— 

No. 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 

Each 16/6 18/6 19/6 23/- 24/- 26/- 28/- 80/- 82/- 34/- 36/- 
For Veterinary Caiheten, see page ns. 

LEATHEE OASES for Bougies . per doz. 10 6 

II II II Catheters. . „ 2 2 

TIN OASES for Catheters 1 12 



CAUSTIC BOTTLES, BRUSHES, CASES, AND 

PENCILS 

BOJIE OiUSTIO OiSES. ,„j^ J „ % 

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EB0N7 CAUSTIO CASE, wilh silver quill, sponge-holder, and scarifying lancet, as Fig. 1 . 10 6 



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EBONT CAUSTIC CASE, silTer-gilt qnill, as Fig. 2 ....... 

„ „ „ \rith sponge-holder .....:.... 

ELECTRO-PLATED CAUSTIC CASE, with exploring needle 

„ „ . „ . „ witlrsilyer-gilt quill .....' 

jj „ „ . .with sponge-holder . . . . 

GLAS^ CAUSTIC BOTTLES, in leather cases . . . , . . . . . • • . -per doz. 
■ ■■ ■ ^^ ,, with brushes' attached, for solutions, in leather oases . . . 

! „ ! „ BBUSHE8.'. . . . ■ ■■. ■ -r-.VPrioz. 

fvORT CAUSTIC OASES • per doz. 17/6, 

IVORY-MOUNTED CASE, fitted with silver caustic-holder, with palladium cap, lint- 
holder,, and scarifying lancet 

PORTABLE CAUSTIC CASE, of gold 

,, „ of platinum, with palladium holder ......... 

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PORTABLE OPHTHALMIC CAUSTIC CASE, with screw propeller, as Fig. 3 . 
;^ -'••••■■••;•■ ■ PIG. 4. ■ • ■ ■ ■ 



PORTABLE SILVER CAUSTIC CASE, gilt qniU, as Kg. 4 

■ ■' • ■ PIG. 5.- ■ 



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SEAMLESS SILVER CAUSTIC HOLDER, with exploryig needle, as Kg. 5 - .-, . . . . 18 6 
SEAMLESS SILVER CAUSTIC HOLDER, with grooved exploring trocar ..; . ...120 

PIG. e. 



SEAMLESS SILVER CAUSTIC CASE, haU-marked, as Kg. 6 "T / ..-->.... 12 



PIG. 7. 



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SILVER CAUSTIC AND PRECIPITATE CASE, hall-marked, as Kg. 7 . ./ - . . .~0 13 6 

PIG. 8. 

SEAMLESS SILVER CAUSTIC CASE, with self-acting orayon, as Kg. 8 . .. . ." . 16 

FIG. 9. 

''" — Mft ' f I III - ' * 

SEAMLESS SILVER CAUSTIC CASE, with trocar and cannla, as Kg. 9. - . . . . . 1 1 
„ „ „ „ fitted also with exploring trocar and cannla, and 
Walton's foreign-body scoop ..130 



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CHEST EIPINDEES KM DDM BELLS 

CHEST EXPANDEBS. VULCANIZED DTOU-BUBBEE - 

*^°- ^ 2 3 4 B 

Perdoi. 16/- 21/- !>7/ »», ° 

6 lbs. and ander ... £«.<!. 

8 1ba..l01ba..l21bs..l4,ba..-16Ib3.;i8,b..-20.b;..-221bs..'24-.b. i i '^^^ I J 2 



OHIEOPODISTS' INSTEDMENTS. 

No. 3 SET. con3ia4 of-Fonr S^'^cSr^t' """fi!''- "? "'"^•'° ^'»^««« • 13 6 
Scissors, in casT . . . ^''' '°°°°'*^ "" ""'y- Spri^S Forceps and 

No. 4 SET. consisting oflFi've'Kiiives lndci,m'Fn«"n,n„^f"i • '• °" ^ 

Double Tenaeolnm, Nail Scissors. S„^„ p ■ "* """y- ^"^ dippers. 

OOBNKNIVES . . _ ^ '^^°"*'P''''''°«"*''^"«««' ••.... 1 12 

_..'.. • • eaoli 2 8 

Cnw>P0diBt8' Cases fitted to order 

FOB COBN EBADI0AT0B8 AND PLASTPRb ..... 

wuo junu riiABTEBS, see pages 121 and 161. 



cdpphtg instruments. 



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£ (. d. 
No. 1. SET OF OUPFINO INSTBTTMENTS, consisting of— Scarificator, Lamp, two nests of 

01ass«8, and Spirit Bottle, in mahogany ease 2 10 

No. 2. SET OF CUPPING INSTBXJMENTS, in two cases, adapted forcarryingin the pocket, 

consisting of— two nests of Olasses in ease. Scarificator, and Spirit Lamp, in ease ... 2 7 6 
No. 3. SET OF CUPPING INSTRUMENTS, consisting of-large Scarificator, Temple ditto, 

Spirit Lamp, Bottle, two nests of Glasses, in strong brass-boond mahogany case, lined with 

silk velvet • ■ 4 

No. 4. SET OF DRY CUPPING INSTRUMENTS, consisting of— brass Air Pump, with six 

Valved Glasses, and Scarificator, in mahogany ease 3 6 

CUPPING GLASSES, in nests of three per nest 019 

„ LAMPS, brass. each 036 

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DRY CUPPING GLASSES, with stoat India-rebber bottles, as Fig..^ per doz. 13 

LEATHER CASES for Scarificators ^ 18 

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SCARIFICATOR, with twelve blades catting in opposite directions. Brass, as Fig. 3 ... 1 12 
>> <i ., „ Eleetro-plated ..220 

„ with six blades for the temples. Brass 1 6 

>i n „ German silver, as Fig. 4 1 18 

Set of Lancets extra, with one row for the temples 12 

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DISSEOTING AND ENTOMOLOaiOAL 
INSTRUMENTS. 

£ s. 
SET OF DISSECTING INSTBUMENTS, consisting of— Six Scalpels (in ebony handles), 

Blow-pipe, Chain Hooks, Spring Forceps, and Scissors, in mahogany case 10 

The same Set, in ivory handles, in mahogany case 

If with an additional pair of Scissors ^^*^ ^ 

PIG. 1. 




ANATOMICAL STKINGE, as Fig. 1, Electro-silvered, with two pipes for minnle injections 

i oz. 
„ „ Brass, with four plain pipes and stop-cock 

„ „ _ „ . six . ditto . ditto . 

„ „ ,. six ditto ditto . 

„ „ „ six ditto ditto . 

„ „ „ eight ditto ditto . 

„ „ „ twelve ditto ditto . 

BLOW-PIPES, Brass per doz. 

„ „ Oerman silver •• 

BRASS PLAIN PIPES each 

„ STOP-COCKS „ 

„ SYBINOE, with two fine pipes, straight and carved . . . . . i oz.- 

FIG. 2. 



1 oz. 

2 oz. 
4 oz. 
Coz. 
8 oz. 

12 oz. 



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1 6 
1 12 

1 10 

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CHAIN HOOKS per set 1 

DISSEOTINO FORCEPS, as Fig. 2 ; ; 2 

„ GLOVES, oiled silk .... per pair 3 

„ ■ „ India-mbber '. „ 8 

„ HOOKS, in ebony per doz. 16 

„ „ in ivory „ 16 

„ SCALPELS, in cheqnered ebony, silver fermles „ 1 12 

„ „ in plain ebony „ 16 

,, in ivory 14 



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SET OF ENTOMOLOGICAL IN8TBUMENT8, mounted in ivory handles, consisting of— ■ 
Five Knives of varioos shapes, two fine Hooks, spring Forceps, ondfine-pointed Scissors, 
in neat case 140 

SET OF ENTOMOLOGICAL INSTEUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, consisting of— 

Five small Knives, of vaiionS' shapes, spring Forceps, and Scissors, in neat cose . ... 1 

SMALL SET OF ENTOMOLOGICAL IN8TBDMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, consist- 
ing of — Four fine Knives, of various shapes, and spring Forceps, in neat case .... 13 6 



PIG. 4. 




PIG. 5. 




PIG. 8. 




PIG. 7. 




ENTOMOLOGICAL FORCEPS, as Fig. 4, 5, 6, and 7 each 040 

HOOKS ; 019 

„ KNIVES, various patterns . .' „ 19 

PIG. 8. 

VALANTIN'S KNIVES for microscopic sectiohs, -as Fig. 8 . . . . .'. each 13/6 and 17 6 




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EAE AOT) NOSE INSTRUMENTS. 

PIG. 1. 



Toynboe's. 




£ r. rf. 
BBASS EAB STRINGES, as Fig. 1, fitted nith Toynbee's or Abemethy's pipe, 1 oz. 4/6, 

■ 2 oz. 5/6, 4 oz. 10 

BRASS EAR SYRINGES, plain, and with one ring only . . . . 1 oz. 3/6, 2 oz. 4/6, 4 oz. 9 

BRASS SYRINGE, containing in the piston-rod three pipes, namely, one each for ear; 

rectnm, and vagiiia. - 4 oz. size 10 



Fia. 2. 




BELLOCQ'S SILVER CANULA, with spring for epistaxis, as Fig. 2 090 

„ „ with Elastie-gom spring for epistaxis .090 

CANULA, with wire, for polypus of the nose. Silver, ourred ._ 090 

ear „ straight 080 






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o 



PIO. 3. 




EAR CHANNEL, japanned tin, with steel spring, Eleotro-pUted, aa Fig. 4. 4 

.,, „ with India-mbber band 16 

„ PIERCERS each 2 8 



O 



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39 



Pia. 4. 







FIQ. 6. 




£ ». d. 

EUSTAOHIAN CATHETEB, Kramer's, as Fig. 4 5 3 

„ „ PUcher's, as Fig. 6 5 3 



PIG. 6. 







PIG. 7. 




FIG. 8. 




FIG. 9. 




40 



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PIG. U. 




FIG. 12. 




13 



14 




16 





£ s. d. 

FORCEPS, as Fig. 6, for extracting foreign bodies from the Ears . ......... 10 6 

as Fig. 7, „ 12 6 

as Fic/s, long pointed „ „ S 6 

cnnrerf pointed „ „ • 046 

with racfc for poI;pns of the uoao, improved, as Fig. 9 ...,..,... 11 

plain „ „ 4 C 

with slide " „' „ as Fig. 10 and 11 16 6 

Toynbee's rectangular, as Fig. 12 8-0 

Yearsley's set of three, as Fig. 13, 14, and 15 the set 096 



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PIG. 16. 



PIG. 17. 





£ s. d. 

INDIA-RUBBEB SYPHON EAR SYRINGE, for self use, in leather case, as Fig. 16 ... 8 6 

EAR SYRINGE, as Fig. 17 . ■ black, 1 oz. 1/9, 2 oz. 2 

08 „ green, 1 oz. 1/4, 2 oz. 19 

.. ,. ., as „ , white, 1 oz. 1/4, 2 oz. 1 9 



PIG. 18. 




JORDAN'S EAR ILLUMINATOR, as Fig. 18 120 

The different parts of the inBtmment should be thns arranged. Connect the conical speonlom A 
at the angle B, then introdace the holder 0, containing the lighted taper, into the socket D, and apply 
the specolnm A to the ear. Regulate the tube E, which contains the lens, in order to obtain the 
proper focus ; when the eye of the operator being applied to the tnbe containing the lens, a perfect view of 
the cavities of the organ will be obtained. It is also useful as an aoxiliary to the vagina speculum. 

LEROT D'ETIOLLE'S INSTRUMENT, for extracting foreign bodies from the ear ... 18 6 

For Speoolums, see page 137. 

TOTNBEE'S LEVER RING AND FORCEPS 1 IS 

„ TYMPANUM ..012 

„ „ with double ring 4 

ILLUMINATOR 14 

WARDEN'S AURISCOPE .040 

WYLDE'S FLEXIBLE PORTE CAUSTIQUE 7 




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ECMSEUES. 



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£ 9. J. 



BRAXTON HICK'S WIBE-ROPE ECRASEUR, witl. movable endB, as PiR 1 3 s" n 

CHASSAIGNAC'S ECRASEUB, ttB Fig. 2 ..'.!'"' 3 3 o 



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£ «. d. 

CHASSAIGNAC'S ECRASEUR, curved, as Fig. 3 3 3 

„ „ straight, us Fig. 4 3 8 

ECRA.SEUB, for polypus of the nose, as Fig. 5 13 

HICK'S ECRASEUR, „ as Fig. 2 4 

ELASTIC BANDAGES, BELTS, &c., see Bandages, Bolts, Jto., page 25. 

ELASTIC LEGGINGS, OEE-CAPS, KME 
STOCKINGS, SOCKS, STOCKINGS, ETC. 

DIRECTIONS FOR MEASUREMENT. 



STOCKINGS. 

Circumference at C, D, E, S, N, T. 
Length, C to 8, T to 8. 



KNEE-GAPS. 

Circumference at A, B, C. 
Length, A to C. 



SOCKS. 

Circumference, E, S, N, T. 
Length, E to S, 8 to T. 



i 






-4-c 



LEGGIjNGS. 

Circumference, C| D, E. 
Length, C to E. 



THIGH-PIECES. 

Circumference, A. Length, to A. 
IN ORDERING LACED ARTICLES, STATE FOR WHICH LEG. 



KNEE-CAPS per pair 

THIGH 

LEGGINGS 

KNEE 

THIGH ....;.. 

SOCKS 

STOCKINGS . , 

KNEE 

THIGH 

THIGH PIECES . 

The above are M. per pair extra, if made to measure.- 

WRISTLETS .. 



TO DRAW ON. 1 


ThreoU. 


Spun 
Silk. 


SUk. 


Super 
Silk. 


4 


5 6 


7 





10 6 


7 6 


10 6 


18 





20 


4 6 


5 6 


7 


6 


11 6 


8 6 


10 


14 





21 


11 


16 


21 





32 


3 6 


4 6 


6 


6 


8 6 


6 


7 6 


9 


6 


15 


9 


12 6 


17 





26 


18 6 


17 6 


24 





3P 


4 


5 6 


7 





10 6 


1 2 


1 6 


2 





3 

■ 



TO LACE. 



Loccd 
Thread. 



5 6 
12 6 

\7 



13 

20 

5 

10 



Silk. 



21 

I 
32 



8 



I 



15 



16 6 26 

22 36 

5 G .10 6 



Spun 
Silk. 



77k above (ure all made 
(o meature. 



The above prices are for stock sizes Nos. 1 to 8, larger are charged extra. 
Expamion is always allowed for, unless instructioTis are given to tlie contrary. 



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LACED KNEE-CAPS, LEGG-INGS, AND STOCKINGS, made of stout elastic web and jean :— 





E .^'MU 




^ 


'^'P'u ' 


tockings. 


Socks. 


Knee-Caps. 


LegginRS. 


23/- 


14/- 


14/- 


17/- per pair 



SPIRAL ELASTIC KNEE-CAPS, LEGGINGS, STOCKINGS, AND SOCKS:— 
Stockings. Socks. Knee-Caps. Leggings. 

33/- 18/- 16/- 18/- per pair. 



DIRECTIONS FOR MEASUREMENT. 



Stoskii 



Socks. 

Circamferencs, A, B, C, Circumference, A, B, 

E, F. Length, A to B C, D, E. Length, A 

to C to the sole of the to B and to the sole 



Knee-Caps. 
Circumference, A, B, 



Leggings. 
Circumference, A, B, 



C. Length, A to B C. Length, from A to 



and to C. 



B and to C. 



foot D. 



of the foot. 

State for which Leg: 



ELASTIC SYRmaES. 







ELASTIC SYBINGES, black rubber, warrmted to stand in any climate, as Fig. 1 — 

I 07.. 2 07.. 4 oz. 6 07.. 6 oi. . " 12 oz. IG oz. 

2/6 2/6 3/3 3/9 4/3 5/- 6/- each. 



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ELASTIC SYBINGES, green vulcanized rubber, as Fig. 2— 

1 oz. 2 oz. 3 oz. 4 oz. 6 oz. 8 oz. 10 oz. 12 oz. 
. 1/4 2/3 2/6 2/8 3/- 3/8 3/6 4/- 

ELASTIC SYRINGES, white vulcanized rubber, as Fig 2— 

1 oz. 2 oz. 3 oz. 4 oz. oz. 8 oz. 10 oz. 12 oz. 
1/4 2/8 2/6 2/8 3/- 8/3 3/6 4/- 



14 oz. 16 oz. 

4/- 4/6 

14 oz. 16 oz. 

4/. 4/6 



The above are fitted with elastic-gnm enema pipes, unless ordered to the contrary. If fitted with 
elastic vagina pipe in addition, as Fig. 4, 1/6 each extra. 

ELASTIC SYRINGES, fitted with Dr. Bird's elastic-gum curved vagina pipe and shield, as Fig. 3, 
8 oz. size, black, 7/0 ; green, 6/6; white, 6/6 each. 






ELASTIC SYRINGES, fitted with metal vagina tubes, Dr. Clark's as Fig. 6, in green or white mbber- 

4 oz. 8 oz. 12 oz. 16 oz. 

3/6 4/- 4/6 5/3 
ELASTIC SYRINGES, fitted with stop-cock and bone enema pipe, as Fig. 6, 12 oz., 7/- ; 16 oz., 8/0. 
ELASTIC SYRINGES, for the Ear or Urethra, as Fig. 7— 

Black, 1 oz. 2 oz. Green, 1 oz. 2 oz. White, 1 oz. 2 oz. 

1/9 2/- 1/4 1/9 1/4 1/9 

PIG. 8, 




ELASTIC URETHRA SYRINGES, with elastic-gnm tubes, as Fig. 8, in boxwood cases, 

per doz. 14 



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ELECTRIC aiEMENTS, ELECTEO- 
MAGNETIC AM) MAGNETO-ELECTEIC 

APPAEATUS. 

ELECTEIC QABMENTS. 

TLese garments are made of an electric-conducting material, a silver wire being woven with a cotton 
fabric. They are of two kinds : — 

1. In which the wire is corered by the cotton, and nsed wet. 

2. In which the wire is free upon the surface, and used dry. 

The Electric Oarments may be nsed with any form of medical electric battery ; for instance — 
The Electro-maonetic, 
The Uaoneto-electbic, - 
The Voltaic. 

The Electric Garment can be brought into conduction with either of these batteries, and the electric 
currents can be conducted to any part of the body without the patient undressing, the garment being 
put on before dressing, on rising in the morning. 

The advantages claimed by the inventor, Mr. Harry Lobb, are (1) that the electric current can be 
applied over any area of surface, large or small ; (2) that the current can be applied frequently during 
the day, and for any specified time, without undressing the patient ; (3) a current can be applieil to 
the surface by means either of dry or wet conductors ; and (4) that the patient, baring received proper 
instructions, can apply the electricity himself. 

The prices for the Electric Garments, to be applied either wet or dry, are as follows : — 

£ s. d. 
Waistcoat 9 15 

OnweTB *........ 15 

The drawers generally require to be used with the Naj)e Conductor 

For either arm 100 

For either thigh 100 

For either lower leg 10 

Nape Conductor • 8 

Special appliances can be hod for the head, ear, eye, noss, teeth, wrist, hand, finger, knee, foot, &c. 
Pomphlete, by Mr. Harry Lobb, explanatory of the above, may be had on application, enclosing postage 
stomp. 

ELECTRO-MAGNBTIC MACHINES. 

FOB THE ADICINieTBATION OFMKDICAI, BtE CTBIC I TT. 

No. 1, consisting of a pint Smee's battery and coil, with a pair of cylinder directors and wires 
packed in o portable mahogany cose, with lock and key, ond directions for use. Ver^ 
suitable for private use, and sufficiently powerful for most cases 4 2 

No. 2.-MR. HARRY LOBB'S COMPLETE ELECTRO- MaGNETiC BOOK BATTERY 

for medical purjwscB *.,^ 

4 14 6 



48 



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£ «. d. 
No. 3.— ELECTRO-MAGNETIC MACHINE, consisting of a coU, quart Smee's battery, 

directors; ■wires, &e., in a portable mahogany case, with directions for nse C 18 " 

As this apparatus produces a much greater intensity of electricity than No. 1, it is very 
efiectiTe, and appropriate either for professional or private use. 

No. 4. — A TEBT COMPLETE APPARATUS, FOB Medical Pcbposes, of great power, but fur- 
nished with contrivances whereby the quantity and intensity of the current can be regulated 
to extreme nicety, so as to allow of its adiuinistration, in the mildest form, to the most 
nervous individuals ; or, in the greatest intensity, for the. rasascitation of apparently 
drowned persons, and in other cases of suspended animation. It comprises two Smee's 
batteries. Dr. Badford's uterine director, pair of cylinder directors, directors for the month, 
ears, <tc., foot-plate, conducting- wires, &c. In maliogany case, complete II 

No. 5.— HOSPITAL ELECTRO-MAGNETIC APPARATUS, complete, with all the necessary 

directors, and especially adapted for hospital or foreign service 20 15 



S. MAW & SON'S 



MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MACHINE. 




S. MAW & SON'S MAGNETO-ELECTRIC MACHINE, of superior manufacture, very 

powerful, in mahogany case 1 10 

Ditto, with double magnet 1 16 

Dibections fob Use.— <;onncct the two metallic cords with tlie sockets at the end of the box, and apply 
the handles attdbhed to the same to the part desired to bo subjected to the electric current, the strength 
of which can be regulated by the speed at which the handle is turned. If it is desired greatly to 
increase the power, the brass knob at the ciid of tlie box should be pulled out, so as to disconnect the 
keeper from the magnet. If a piece of wet sponge is placed in each handle, it will obviate the pricking 
sensation which at times is an annoyance to the patient. These sjMjngcs must not be put away in the 
box damp, as they will rust the apiMxratus. The bearings and spring should be occasionally oiled. 



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ENEMA APPARATUS. 



PIG. L 




£ a. <1. 



BENNETT'S BRASS ENEMA SYRINGE, with elastic vafiina pipe and ahifild, as Fig. 1 . . 15 G 



FIG. 2. 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, with elastic folding tube, requiring no screwing to 



connect the paits, as Fig. 2 



9 6 



PIG. 3. 




BRASS SYRINGE, fitted with an 18-inch O'Bcirn's tube, as Fig. 3 



10 



50 



S. MAW & SON, n, ALDEBSGATE STREET, LONDON. 



PIG. 4. 




£ s. d. 

BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, with folding metal condactiDg tube, eb Fig. *•••/• ° J' ^ 

.. double action , 14 o 



FIG. 6. 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, as Fig. 6, iu leather case 

,, in pouch . . 



PIG. 6. 



6 
G 6 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, Read's principle, double action, as Fig. 6 . 



13 G 



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FIG. 7. 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, Read's principle, single action, aa Fig. 7 



FIG. 8. 



£ s. d 
12 




BRASS ENEUA APPARATUS, with revolving enema pipe and vnlcanized India-rubber tube, 

covered with silk, aa Fig. 8 12 6 

FIG. 9. 

BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, with i-cvolvhig enema \t)\x and x-ulcanized India-inbber tube, 

covered with silk, continuous stream, us Wg. U . 14 C 




S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEBSGATE STREET, LONDON. 



Pia. 10. 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, with revolving side branch-joint and reetom pipe (reqniring 
no Bcrewing to connect the parts), with an extra pipe tor children, donble action, 
pnxlncing continuouB stream, nn FiR. 10 

pia. u. 



•£ ». d. 



15 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, with revolving side branch-joint, and rectnm pipe (requiring 

no Bcrewing to connect the parts), with an extra pipe for children, single action, as Fig. 11 18 6 



PIG. 12. 




BRASS ENEMA APPARATUS, with telescope conducting tube, and revolving pipe, very 

portable; the case 9 J in. long, 2} in. wide, and I4 in. deep, as Fig. 12, single action . . 13 

Ditto, ditto, double acUon 14 6 

This instrument can be had small enough to be conveniently carried in the pocket, or in 
the fittings of a dressing-case ; dimensions, including case, in. long, 2 in. wide, IJ in. 
deep brass, 10/0 ; electro-plated, 14 



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FIG, 13. 




HIGGINSON'S SYBINGES, with Tagma pipes, in elide card-board boxes, as Fig! 13, per doz. 2 2 



PIG. 14. 




HIOOIKSON'S OTIilNDBICAL SYBINOE, with vagina pipe and shield, in mahogany box, 

as Fig. 14. 5 (i 



PIG. 16. 




mPBOVED FOUNTAIN BESERVOIE ENEMA APPARATUS, continuous stream, brass 

bronzed, as Fig. 16 •:.... ..110 

IMPBOYED FOUNTAIN BEBEBYOIB ENEMA APPARATUS, eontinnoos etream, German 

BilTer ............;. 1 12 

IMPROVED FOUNTAIN RESERVOIR ENEMA APPARATUS, continuous stream, German 

silver, electro-plated 240 

IMPROVED FOUNTAIN RESERVOIR ENEMA APPARATUS, morocco covered, metal 

parts electro-plated 156 

IMPROVED FOUNTAIN RESERVOIR ENEMA APPARATUS, tin japanned . . . . . 17 6 



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IBIPROVED BESEBVOm ENEMA APPARATUS, continaous stream, atted with elastic silk £ , <j 
tube and revolving joint, and two elastic pipes, one for the reotam, the other for uterine 
injections, as Fig. 16 1 /! n 

IMPROVED RESERVOIR ENEMA APPARATUS, with glass chamber, graduat^,' in 

morocco case, double action brass, 15/6 ; electro-pUted, 126 

IMPROVED RESERVOIR ENEMA APPARATUS, with glass chamber, graduated, in morocco 

case, single action .............. brass, 12/- ; electro-plated, 17 6 

FIG. 17. 




IMPROVED BEBEBVOm ENEMA APPARATUS, single aeUon, in morocco case, as Pig. 17 13 6 

PIG. 18. 




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£ ». d. 
IBBIOATEtJB, or SELF-ACTING RESERVOIR ENEMA APPARATUS, as Fig. 18, in 

case • 4-pint. 18 '- ; pint, 19/- ; l|-pint, 140 

PIG. 19. 




KENNEDTSSYPHONENEMAAPPARATUS, with 2-oz. India-robber botUe, as Fig. 19 . .090 

PIG. 20. 




EENNEDTS STPHON ENEMA APPARATUS, with 3-oz. India-rabber bottle, and elastic 

female pipe for uterine injections, as Fig. 20 ...... brass, 16/- ; ekctro-plated, - 100 

PIG. 2L ' 




KENNEDTS DOUBLE-ACTION STPHON ENEMA APPARATUS, as Pig. 21, 

brass, 18/6 ; electro-plated, 110 




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Fia. 22. 




PORTABLE VALVED ENEMA, io braas, as Kg. 22 
Ditto, ditto, in white metal 



REOT0M PIPES, for any of the foregoing Enemas, eUstio-gum , 6 in., 1/4 ; 18 in. each 

VAGINA ,, . „ bone,l/-; elastic-gnm 

for Higginson's Enemas, boxwood per doz. 

elastie-gom. 

„ onrred 

India-mbber 

porcelain 

For Veterinary Enema Syringes, ue page 175. 



£ a. d. 

10 

8 

8 
14 

7 

6 

9 

10 

6 6 



EYE INSTRUMENTS. 

No. 1 SET OP EtE INSTBUMENTS, mounted in ivory, comriating of :-Three Cataract ^ '' '^ 
Kmves, four Needles, Tyrell's Hook, silver Curette and Hook, Adams' Eye-Ud Betractor 
set of Bowman's Probes, pair each of Cilia and Iris Forceps, and two paire Scissors, in' 
morooco case .... 

8 19 

COMPLETE SET OF EYE INSTRUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, consisting of- 
Three Cataract Knives, six Needles, Walton's Curette and Hook, Desmarres' Scalpel, ^ 
Walton s Poreign-Body Scoop, three Capsnlar Forceps, pair each Desmarres' Tumour 
Forceps, right and left, Walton's Eye-Ud Betractor. Bowman's ditto, three paire Scissors. 
Ophthalmoscope, Walton's Eye Syringe, three Ware's Styles, three Anel's Prebes, and 
Critohett's fine-grooved Director, in morocco case 880 

ANEVS SILVER 8TBINGE, with fine pipes for the lachrymal duct, in case . . . 2 2 

BOWMAN'S PROBES, the set, in case . 10 



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UD 




GAPSULAB F0BC3EPS, asKg. land 2 .. . . ... 

„ „ Lithotrite fonn, as Fig. 3 . . . 

„ „ BciBSors, blunt-pointed, as Fig. 4 



£ «. d. 

each 1 16 

„ 1 15 

„ 1 16 



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10 



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OATAKACT KNIVES, as Fig. 7 and 8, Beer's 

as Fig. 9 and 10, Dixon's . 



»• t, 



11 



r\ 



12 



13 



14 



£ a. d. 
each 4 

„ 4 



If 



60 • S. UAM & SON, 11, ALDBBSO-ATB STEEBT, LONDON. 

£ a. i. 

OATABAOT KNIFE, Walton's, secondary, as Fig. 11 4 

„ „ narrow, as Fig. 15 ; . 4 

NEEDLES, as Fig. 12; 18, and 14 . . each 040 

CAUSTIC, for application to the eye ... per box 7 

CAUTEHISING IKON, Deamarres' 053 



rn 



18 



17 



18 




J 



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CUBETTE AND HOOK, as Fig. 16 

GUABDED, as Fig. 17 
CTSTOTOME, as Fig. 18 .... . 



.070 
. 1 15 
. 7 



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Pia. 18 



©- 




PIG. 20 




PIG. 21 




CILU FORCEPS, as Fig. 19, 20, and 21 



22 



23 



24 





£ «. d. 
each 4 



26 



V 



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• £ ». d. 

DESMABBES" BISTOURY, for fistula lachrymalia, as Fig. 22 4 

•• It for separating the false membrane of the iris, as Fig. 23 ... 4 

„ FORCEPS, double poinU, as Fig. 24 .... 040 

„ HOOKS, for seizing the flaps when cauterising for fistula lacbrymalis, as 

Fig- 25 ..063 

„ NEEDLE, as Fig. 26 4 



pia. 27 



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EYE DOUCHE, double-action, with glass chamber, in morocco case, as Fig. 27, brass ... 14 

i> » i< „ „ „ electro-plated 10 

II >t single-action, in morocco case 6 6 

,. ., Walton's 12 6 

„ SYRINGES, with bone jets each 2 6 



FIO. 28 




EYE SYRINGE, Bowman's, as Fig. 28, in leather case 



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£ a. d. 

ENTBOPIUM FORCEPS, eroBs-acUon, as Fig. 29 8 

„ „ Desmarres', as Fig. 30 /fc 81, right and left, each 8 
32 33 




ENTKOPIUM FORCEPS, Wylde's, right aud left, as Fig. 82 and 33 each 8 



64 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEES&ATE STEEET, LONDON. 



PIQ. 34. 





ETE-LID BETBACTOB, Adams', as Fig. 34 



Z B. d. 
8 6 



PIG. 36. 




EYE-UD RETR&CTOB, Bowman's, as Fig. 35 



3 3 



FIG. 36. 




ETE-LID RETRAOTOB, Bowman's implroved, as Fig. 36 



PIG. 37. 



6 3 




EYE-LID RETRACTOR, Critchelt's, as Fig. 37 .063 



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S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 65 



PIO. 38. 




3 



EYE-LID BETRACTOE, PeUiers, as Fig. 38. 



6 3 



pia. 39. 




EYE-LID EETBACTOR, Walton's, as Fig. 39 , 
laiDECTOMY KNIVES, onired and straight 



..080 
each 4 



40 



( H 



41 



42 



43 



IRIS FOBOEPS, as Fig. 40, 41, 42, and 43 each 4 



66 



S, MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LOITOON. 



44 



46 



46 



IBIS FOBOEPS, as Fig. 44, 45, and 46 



47 



48 



60 



each 4 



61 



i-j) 



u 



mis HOOKS, as Fig. 47, 48, 49, and 60 
„ KNIFE, as Fig. 61 ..... . 



each 4 
..040 



rl ': 



O ,i 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



67 



62 



63 



64 



66 



66 



o 



U 

£ : d. 

IBIS KNIVES, S8 Fig. S2 and 68 each 4 

JACOBS' CUEVED AND STBAIGHT NEEDLES, for Solutions, as Pig. 54, 56, and 56 „ 4 

LENS HOOKS, as Pig. 67. . . 4 



PIG. 58. 



r 





OCCHIOMBRAS, OR TRANSPARENT EYE-SHADES. (CalMn's Patent) There are four 
ooionrs — brovm, black, bine, and green — and two sizes, each fitted in a card-board box, price 



5 6 



Debcbiption.— It consists of a very light wire framework, over which is extended an extremely fine 
transparent fabric of gaoze or other material. A portion of the wire framework (almost inriaible to the 
bystander) rests upon the nose, passes close to the face under the eyes to the temples, supporting the 
fabric from the lower part of the Shade, thus forming one large closed chamber for the eyes. The fine- 
ness of the fabric will be found to protect the wearer from wind, dust, and sun, but aUows of sufSeient 
ventilation to keep the eyes perfectly cool; and a lengthened opening at the top of the Shade (not 
. observable when worn) provides for the escape of any heat that may be engendered by violent exercise— 
the want of which is one of the grootcst crils in the ordinary Shade. Its appearance is that of the usual 
Shade, but more symmetrical and elegant in its outline. 



F 2 



<JSSff 



08 



S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STBEET, LONDON. 



Fia. 69. 




£ >. d. 



OPHTHAIiMOSCOPE, motmted in iyory, with bi-convei lens, IJ-inch focus, inmorocco case, 
as Fig. 59 

OPHTHALMOSCOPE, plain monnted and smaller, with bi-conrei lens, in morocco case . . 11 6 
SOHUFT'S SILVER SPOONS, in ivory handles each 5 



18 6 



60 



61 



62 





'© 




\ 



SCISSOHS, fine, probe, and sharp-pointed, Fig. 60, 61, 62 



each 6/-, fi/O,. 8 



~) 






1 A 



I •■ 



o 



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64 




66 



/k 



M 



SICKLE-SHAPE KNIFB, as Kg. 68 

TYRREL'S HOOK, as Fig. 64 . . . • • ■ • • • • 
WALKEB'S KNIFE for the extraction of soft lens, as Fig. 65 . 
WALTON'S BISTOURY, for fistula lachrymalis, as Fig. 66 
WARE'S STYLES, for fistula lachrymalia . . • . • • 



67 



69 



70 



66 



71 



£ f. d. 
..040 

..040 
..040 
..040 
each 10 

72 





<S8fif 



70 



S. MATV & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STREET, LONDON. 



£, ». d. 

WALTON'S BISTOUBY, as Fig. 67 4 

DIRECTOB, as Fig. 68 040 

FINE SCALPEL, as Fig. 69 4 

FOREIGN-BODY SCOOP, as Fig. 70 8 6 

PROBES FOB THE LACHRYMAL DUCT, as Fig. 73, 74 . . each, 1/- and 4 

SPUD, OS Fig. 71 . 8 6 

SPUD, cnryed, for displacing tlie lens into the vitreous humour below the level of 

the pupil, as Fig. 72 *..... 3 6 

73 



—"•• 



74 




^f:=M 



WALTON'S SILVEB SYRINGE, for the lachrymal duct, with three pipes of various sizes, 
in morocco case, as Fig. 75 •. 



2 2 



FMGTTJEE CEADLES AND SPLINTS. 

PIG. 1. 




£ I. d. 

ARM SPLINTS, wood, three siies the set 6 6 

„ „ „ Potfa „ 6 

„ „ „ liingod per pair 8 



■\ , ! 



r>- 




S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



71 



£ $. d. 

ASU SPLINTS, zinc perforated, as Fig. 1, the set of three pairs 110 

straight, „ „ 18 

CEIMEAN PADDED SPLINTS perpair 4 6 

PEBGUSSON'S SPLINT, for excision of knee-joint 146 

„ „ for fraotnred patella 120 

FIELD'S SPLINT 146 

PIO. 2. 




I J 



FRACTURE CRADLE, with Aim, Leg, and Thigh Splints, with Pads, in box, oomplete . . 3 14 

„ „ Lnke's, portable iron 10 6 

„ „ Salter's, with Pads and Splints, in box, complete as Fig. 2 .... 4 

„ „ Lawrence's 10 6 

„ „' iron, japanned, for lemoving the pressore of bed-clothes &om frac- 
tured limbs each 070 



PIG. 3. 




FIG-. 4. 




72 



3. MA.-W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



PIG. 5. 




HOLLOW HAND SPLINT. Pemberton'a, as Fig. 3 '. 0^ 6 

WaUon'a nerDiur Q 

HEATH'S SPLINT, for the elbow-joint .... • per pair o a 

HUMEBUS EXTENSION SPLINT t ^ 

IBON SPLINTS, for contracted arm. as Fig. 5 ........ [ ' ' " ' ' ] q j^ 

" " for contracted, arm, with screw arrangement . ■ 14 

" " » knee, with rack „ as Fig. 6 q 16 

" . •• II u with screw ,. 14 



PIG. e. 




PIG. 7. 




LEG SPLINTS. BuUej's, with pads and straps, complete 
Busk's, with foot-board and extra splint 



CUne's, iron, the set of six pairs, three each, right and lefl 
Cline's wood 



Cline'E 



per pair 



per pair 



CUne's zinc, perforated, as Pig. 6, the set of six pairs, three each, riffht 

and left 

Desaaolt's, wood, with foot-piece 

Fergnsson's. iron 

Lawrence's 

Luke's 

Winchester's ... 

LEO SPLINT AND OBADLE. Greenway's . . . .'. '. '. '.[ [ ' " 

" •• „ Gibbs' . . . ' ' 

" •• „ Hosier's 

" ... „ Neyille's . . 

LEG AND THIGH SPLINT. Liston's. as Fig. 6.wi;h'two mo'vable thigh" p^ec., and 
extension screws, enabling the apparatus to be lengthened considerably 



3 16 





1 4 


6 


2 





18 





3 


6 


3 





10 


6 


1 16 





9 





12 


6 


1 8 





8 10 





3 10 





3 10 





10 


6 



2 13 6 



'■I 



G\ 



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8. MA"W & SON, 11. ALDERSGATE STEBET, LONDON. 73 

£ t. d. 

LEG AKD THIGH SPLINTS, as Fig. 6, with pads and straps . 2 18 6 

„ „ „ Liston's, with one thigh piece 180 

I, ., ,1 „ with rack adjastment 1 15 

•I ... ., „ plain, as Fig. 7 110 

.. .. ., „ wood per set 10 6 

Splints as Fig. 6 and 7, may be had in three sizes — small, middle, and large. 

LINED SPLINTS, in sets of eight pairs . . per set 3 

„ „ „ small sizes „ 2 6 

LONSDALE'S APPARATUS, for fraotored pateUa, with pads 2 12 6 

MC'INTYBE'S SPLINT 2 12 6 

FIG. 8. 




RADIUS SPLINTS, wood, as Pig. 8 . per pair 1 6 

It ,, „ without thomb piece, Nelaton's 012 



HEAEING TETJMPETS, ETC. 



PIG. L 




BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, plain, four sizes, as Fig. 1 



£ ». (f. 
each 2/-, 2/4, 2/8, and 3 



PIG. 2. 




BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, plain, with slide, as Fig. 2 , 



PIG. 3. 



each 3 6 




BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, with two sUdos, two sizes, as Fig. 3 . . . . each (i/- and 7 



^J««S5S«!ft(SS* 



74 



aMAW & SON, 11, ALDEESG-ATE STEEET, LOimON. 



Pia. 4. 




£<.(!. 



BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, telescope tubes, four sizes, as Fig. 4 . each, 6/-, 7/-. 8/-. and 09 



PIG. 5. 




J 



BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, with movable tubes, two sizes, as Fig. 6 .. each, 4/6 and 6 



PIG. e. 




==/■ 



BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, movable tubes; adapted for churches. &c., tour sizes, as Fig. 6. 

each. 9/-. 10/6. 12/6, and 14 



PIG. 7. 




BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, two sizes, as Fig. 7 . 



PIG. 8. 



each, 3/6 and 4 6 




BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, three sizes, tolescopic, as Fig. 8 . . . each, C/-, 7/-, and 9 



\ 



c 



N«^e8««ia» 



S. MAW &. SON, 11, ALDERSG-ATE STREET, LONDON. 



75 



PIG. 9. 




BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, as Fig. 9, four sizes 



£ B. d. 
each 6/-, 7/-, 8/:, and 9 




11 



BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, as Fig. 10 and 11, four sizes . 

cilt, fonr sizes. ..... 

^_ „ plated „ „ 




each 6/-,. 7/-, 8/-. and 9 

„ 26/-. 32/-, 38/-, and 2 8 

, „ 22/-, 26/-, 32/-, and 1 18 



12 



13 





BRONZED TIN TRUMPETS, as Fig. 12 and 13, four sizes 

„ eilt, four siies . . . . 

,, „ plated , ., . . ■. . 



. each 6/-, 7/-, 8/-, and 9 

each 30/-, 38/-, 46/-, and 2 12 

„ 25/-. 32/-,37/-, and 2 2 



PIG. 14. 




BRONZED TIN TRUJIPETS, as Fig. 14, four sizes 



. each G/-, 7/-, 8/-, ami 



76 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



ira. 16. 




£ «. a. 
BKONZED Tm TRUMPETS, four sizes, as Fig. 15 .... . eaoli, 7/-, 9/-, 10/6, and 12 



PIG. 16. 




CONVERSATION TUBES, covered with silk, ebony mounts, as Fig. 16, each, 8 feet, 10/- ; 

4 feet, 12/6; 5 feet, 14/- ; 6 feet • • • • •■■•• 

CONVERSATION TUBES, covered with silk, ivory mounts, 8 feet, 12/6; 4 feet, 14/-; 

5 feet, 15/6; 6 feet ' ' " " 1^,' 

CONVERSATION TUBES, taper form, with large ivory monnts, very powerinl 



16 

17 
110 





EAR CORNETS, bronzed, as Fig. 17 and 18 ^' ^"^ 12 

covered with silk 2 

,, „ gutta-percha " 



HEENIA nrSTEUMENTS. 



PIG. 1. 




DAVIS'S INSTRUMENT, for the radical euro of Hernia, as Fig. 1 
FERGUSSON'S „ .. « • ■ ■ ■ 



£ a. d. 
2 2 
4 7 6 



'■:') 



a. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



77 



pia. 2. 




£ a. d. 

HEBNIA BISTOURT, chequered ebony handle and silver ferrate 3 6 

„ „ in ivory handle, as Fig. 2 030 

„ „ with concealed blade 16 



PIG. 3. 



KEY'S HEBNU DIEECTOB, as Fig. 3 

BOTHUnKD'S INSTBUMENT, for the radical cure of Hernia 



4 6 
2 2 




PIG. 4. 

nil 

STANLEY'S CUBVED DIBECTOB, as Fig. 4, in steel 4 6 

„ „ „ „ in silver 9 

SnSPENDEBS and TBUSBES, see pages 147 and 161. 

VABIOOOELE BINQS .perdoz. 080 



FIG. 6. 




WOOD'S HEBNU NEEDLE, as Fig. 5 . ...000 

WUTZEB'S.INSTBUMENT, for the radical cnre of Hernia !...470. 



78 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STEEET, LONDON. 



mDIA-RUBBEE CUSHIONS, MATTRESSES, 
PILLOWS, AND SWIMMma BELTS. 

ATR-TIGHT CUSHIONS. 

AIR-TIGHT MATTBESSES with pillows:— 

84X30 88^X29 88X32 88X37 88X39 88X50 97 X 63 inches. 

7"/- 84/. 90/. 109/. 154/. each. 

Bellows for inflating, 8/6 per pair. 



68/- 



68/- 



pia. L 



pia. 2. 





FIG. I.— CIHCDLAB AIR-TIGHT CUSHIONS FOR RAILWAY TRAVELLING, &o. ■— 

qV Z IL '' " ^° ' Clinches. 

^/- 9/3 10/3 IV- 12/. 13/- u/- eaob. 

FIG. 2.— FRENCH REEDED AIR-TIGHT CUSHIONS:— 

16 X 12 16 X 14 16 X 10 

7/9 8/- 9/3 



18 X 13 inches. 
8/9 eadi. 



PIG. 3. 




FIG. 3.-SQUABE AIR-TIGHT CUSHIONS FOR RAILWAY TRAVELLING •- 

10 X 12 10 X 14 16 X IC 18 X 15 18 X 18 22 X 18 20 X 18 inches. 
'^'^ 7/3 8/. 8/9 10/3 12/- 12/9 each. 



J'n 



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79 



ArR,-TIQHT PILLOWS. 




FIG. 4.— CmCULAB AIB-TIGHT PILLOWS :— 
15 16 17 18 

6/9 7/3 ■ 8/- 8/9 

FIG. 5.— SQUARE AIB-TIGHT PILLOWS :— 

18 X 13 18 X 15 18 X 18 24 X 18 
5/9 6/9 7/9 8/9 

PIG. 6 



l^^^wfea. 


19 20 


21 


22 inches. 


9/3 10/- 


10/6 


11/3 each. 


24 X 18 


26 X 18 


30 X 18 inches 


9,/9 


10/6 


11/6 each. 




.6.— NECK PILLOWS: 


—23 X 16 . 


25 X 16 


25 X 18 inches 




9/9 


9/9 
FIQ. 7. 


10/6 each. 




aaQMLiaQ 



FIG. 7.— SWIMMING; BELTS, air-tight:— 
36 X6 40X6 40X842X9 
9/6 10/6 12/6 14/6 



44 X 9 46 X 9 48 X 9 50 X 9 54 X 9 in. 

16/- 15/6 16/6 17/6 18/6 each. 



80 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STREET, LONDON. 



S. MAW Sc SON'S IMPBOVED VENTILATING AIB-TIOHT CUSHIONS :— 
16 18 19 20 inches. 

10/6 12/- 12/6 14/- each. 



WATERPROOF BED SHEBTHTQ. 



DOTJBLE-TEXTUBE OBEY SHEETING, 36 in. wide 

72 in 

JACONET CLOTH, 45 in . 

SINGLE-TEXTURE SHEETING, with India-mbber surface, 36 in. wide 



WATER BEDS AND CXTSHIONS. 



See page 190. 





WATER BOTTLES for the application of hot water to the stomach and feet, as Fig. 1 :— 

Dimensions 6 X 12 14 X 8 16 X 10 inches. 

Average Weight . . . . 7 oz. 12 oz. 1 lb. 

Per lb. 7/- 

WATER CUSHIONS, horse-shoe shape, for slonghing of the saorom, as Fig. 2. 

Per lb. 7/- 





WATER CUSHIONS, as Fig. 8 :— 

Dimensions, 16 X 12 16 X 14 18 X 16 18 X 18 22 X 18 24 X 18 28 X 18 inches. 



Average Weight, 1} lb. 1) lb. 

WATER CUSHIONS, as Pig. 4:— 

Dimensions, 16 17 

Average Weight, 1} lb. IJ lb. 



1| lb. 2 lb. 

Per lb. 7/- 

18 19 

IJ lb. IJ lb. 

•Per lb. 7/- 



2) lb. 2) lb. 



20 inches. 
l}lb. 



81b. 



O' 




S. MA.W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



81 



PIG. 5. 




FIG. 6.— WATEB KATTEES8E3:— 
Dimensiona, 86 X.21 48 X 80 
ATeiage Weight, 71b. 111b. 



50 X 27 

11 lb. 
Per lb., 7/- 



66 X 24 
181b. 



72 X 30 
18 lb. 



72 X 36 inches. 
201b. 



INHALEES. 




£ «. d. 
GLASS INHAIiEB, for Iodine, as Fig. 1. . ..... so 

HAND BALL ATOMISEB, for Inhalation, in card-board box . ..076 

HUNTEE'S GLASS INHALEB , ..046 

MAW'S INHALEB, metal, double action, as Fig. 2 8 6 

MTJDGE'S INHALEB, metal, as Fig. 3 .080 



82 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEKSGATB STEEET, LONDON. 




MAW'S EARTHENWABE INHALEB, donble-Talved, with mouth-piece, as Fig. 4 . 
NELSON'S EARTHENWARE INHALER, as Fig. 6 

HandbiUt explanatory of thete on application. 






BAMADOE'S INHALER, block tin, with long elastic tabe, as Fig. 6 

INHALING TUBES, in ebony each 

>i ,. . I. in iTOT • " 

STRAIGHT INHALING TUBES 

SWAN'S INHALER, oarthenwnre, with valve, 3/3 ; without valve i, 

WATSON'S „ block tin, as Fig. 7 



16 
3 
4 
1 
2 
8 



n 



O I 




r 



S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



83 



CHLOBOFOBM INHAIiEBS. 



PIG. L 




CLENDON'S INHALEB, as Fig. 1. 



bronzed, 6/- ; plated, 10 6 



PIG. 2. 




MUBPHTa INHALEB, as Fig. 2, bronzed 



6 



FIG. 3, 




SKINNER'S INHALING MASK, as Fig. 3, with drop-bottle complete, latest improyement . 16 
Handbills explanatory of this apparatus maij be had on application. 



a 2 



^ S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEHSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



PIG. 4. 




SNOWS CHLOROPOBMINHALEB, with three face-pieces. in mahogany case. . . . . t 10 
" " .. with one Cace-piece 1 12 n 

PIG, 5. 




SNOWS MODIFIED INHALEB, electro-plated. in ease . . q 16 6 

TODD'S CHLOROFOBMINHALER, puted .'."!;!.'.;! 1 12 



LMCET CASES. 



MOBOCCO OASES, for Abscess Lancets 

4:'hoIe. 7/." 6-bot.^'"^' •• ^' '""• '■''''"'' ''-' '■'"'"'' '"•' ^ "o^''- «/« = 

MOBOCCO CASES, for Gum Lancets . 

" 11 for Vaccine Lancets . 

SILVEB LANCET CASES 

" >• >i chased. . . . 



£ s. d. 
per doz. 6 6 



engine-tnmed . . . 
engraved . 



12 6 

. per doz. 6 6 

3 6 

each, 2-hole, 17/6; 3-hoIe, 22/-; i-hole, 110 
24/-; „ 30/.; „ 16 6 



" »» 



30/-; „ 32/-; „ 1 15 

'^^^'^Srsnir'^'' "^'' "■"' '^"' -^^ -^^ '"-•' 'v^:2.m:, 8}-;'3-ho.e, 8/-: " '' ' 
TOBTOIsisi:LL"ASES.-wiU.namepla;e,2.h;.e:6;3;-3:hole.6/-;4:hoU,V=6-h;ie: 7 



i^ 



i 



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i.'i 









'~^ 



S. MAW & SON, 11. ALDEESGATB STREET, LONDON. 



85 



LARTNaEAL, MOUTH, lOT) TMCHEOTOMY 

nrSTRUMElTTS. 

£ s. rt. 
DIPHTHERIA CASE, containing curved Syringe for solntionp, Tongue Depressor, Probang, 

and Glass Bottle 1 8 








DOUBLE TRACHEOTOMY CANULAS, of pure silver, as Fig. 1, 2, & 3 . smaU, 17/- ; large, 17 6 
DOUBLE TRACHEOTOMY CANULAS, of pure silver, as Fig. 4 ife 5, with hole on the 

convex side small, 17/-; large, 17 6 

DOUBLE TRACHEOTOMY CANULAS, plated each 000 





DOUBLE TRACHEOTOMY CANULAS, of sUver, three sizes, improved, as Fig. 6. 

each 22/-, 23/-, and 1 4 
The outer canula of this instrument con be introduced quite flat 



86 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



£ t. d. 
IMPROVED DOUBLE TEAOHEOTOMY CANDLAS, of silver, three sizes, improTed, 

as Fig. 7 . . . . •' ; 24/6, 26/6, and i 8 

This instnunent allows the patient free motion of the head. 

The above Instnunents electro-plated each 10/6 and 12 6 



PIG. 8. 




EBICHSEN'S TONSIL SCISSOBS, with probe-areh blades, as Fig. 8 



FIG. 9. 



10 




EBICHSEN'S TONSIL SCISSORS, with probe-aroh pronged blades, as Fig. 9 
FOBOEFS, with broad blades, for seizing the tongnes of lonatioa 



11 6 
16 



PIO. 10. 




FORCEPS, for the throat, as Pig. 10 

GIBB'S INDIA-RUBBER BOTTLE, with bulbous extremity for syringing the lamyx 



9 
17 6 



(...) 






S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEBSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



87 



PIG. 11. 





GRADUATED GLASS THROAT SYRINGE, with ivory and metal mount, as Fig. 11 



PIG. 12. 



£ a. d. 
. 10 6 




GUILLOTINE FOR EXCISING THE TONSILS, furnished witli a double hook to seize the 

part excised, as Fig. 12 ; 2 5 

PIG. 13. 

GUILLOTINE, as Fig. 13 2 5 

PIG. 14. 

GUILLOTINE, as Fig. 14 2 5 

• -• PIG. 15. 

GUILLOTINE, as Fig. 15 . . 2 2 






88 S. MATV & SON, 11, ALDEKSGATE STBEET, LONDON. 



15 




HABE-LIP FOECEPS, Smith's, as Fig. 16 and 16 



PIG. 17. 



HABE-LIP FOECEPB, appUeable for Children or Adults, as Fig. 17 



PIG. 18. 



16 




£ a. d. 

each 110 




2 2 




HAEE-LIP FOUCEPS, wiUi paranel blades, as Fig. 18 . , , 17 



o i 



o 



S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDEESOATE STEBET, LONDON. 



89 



PIG, 19. 




£ n. d. 

HABE-LIP NEEDLES, with movable points, silTer per doz. 16 

„ „ steel, with glass heads ........... •< 020 

PINS . ., 2 

SCISSORS, BUding, as Fig. 19 „ 10 



PIG. 20. 

- - Q 
O 

INDIA-RUBBER BOTTLE, moonted with silver tube, for injecting the? throat and larynx, 

as Fig. 20 17 6 

Ditto, ditto, with one ring 12 

Ditto, ditto, without rings .076 




21 



22 



23 



24 






LARYNGEAL TTTBEB, of silver, small, midile, and large, as Pig. 21, 22, 23 . each 7/-, 8/-, 9 
Ditto, ditto, the set, oomplete, as Fig. 24 12 



90 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STSBET, LONDON. 



PIG. 26. 







LABTKGOSCOPE, fitted in case, as Fig. 2S . 



1 12 



DiBEonoNS FOB UsE. — Placo the wire etem A in the groove at the back of the Mirror B (3( inch of 
10-ineh reflected focus) ; slide the ivory monnt O.either ap or down, so that the small hole in the centre of 
the Mirror be in a direct line with the eye ; the groove at the back of the Mirror enabling the instnunent to 
be moved in any position, to give the proper angle of reflection. The smaller Mirror G will be found 
more nsefU in connection with the above. It is advisable to have a little warm (not hot) water at hand, 
to moisten the Mirror, but this shoald be done as speedily as possible, and the Mirror wiped. By re- 
moving the wire stem and ivory month-piece A, sabstitnting the wire and handle V, and osing the lens 
D (2i focns), an excellent Ophthalmoscope may be formed. 



LABTNGOSOOPE, with elastic band to fasten round the head, in case 1 12 

„ Johnson's, in case 1 12 

„ Mackenzie's , 1 12 

MACKENZIE'S CONDENSING LENS, for Laryngoscope 1 15 

NEWINGTON'S TUBE, for administering food to maniacs 023 



O i 



o 




8. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STEEET, LONDON. 



91 



PIG. 27. 




PIG. 28. 



.r-\ 




±JJ ^ — -C M 



(ESOPHAGUS BOUGIES. P*' ^oz. 

(ESOPHAGUS TUBES • ' • 

PEOBANGS, ourred, as Fig. 27 perdoi. 

„ straight " 

with bristles, for removing foreign bodies from the throat ...... each 

„ iyory " 

with spring for extracting and thrusting • • each, 3/- and 

3TAPHYL0EAPHY NEEDLES . ; e»<^ 

SPONGES tor cleansing the mouth, see Sanitory Sponges, page 171. 



PIG. 29. 



£ s. 

1 8 

1 8 

9 

10 

4 

2 

3 

2 






6 
6 

6 
9 




STOMACH PUMP, without valves, the stop-cock worked by means of a flute-key lever, in 

mahogany case • • 1 18 

This is also fitted with tubes which render it available as an Enema and Ear-Syringe. The barrel of 
this instrument is 5 inches long and 1 i in diameter. 



92 



S. MA"W & SON", 11, AIDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 



PIG. 30. 




STOMACH PXniP AND ENEMA combined, in mahogan; case, as Fig. 30 
„ ' PUMP, on Bead's principle 



FIG. 31. 



£ a. d. 
18 

18 



TONGUE DEPBEBSOB, not hinged, electro-plated and gilt, as Fig. 31 8 



FIG. 82. 




TONGUE DEPBESSOB, electro-plated and gilt, as Fig. 33 



6 6 



O i 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE 8TBEET, LONDON. 



93 



PIG. 33. 



r.:-^ 



■I 




94 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATB STREET, LONDON. 

Pia. 37. 




TaACHEOTOMY KNIFE, with one each, small, middle, and large eleetro-pUted Oannla, 

in morocco case, as Kg. 38. . , 2 2 

TRACHEOTOMY TROCAE, see Trocars, page 161. 



FIG. 39. 




II V^M^WWrWlTHHWi CS 



Fia. 4L 




THROAT FORCEPS, as Fig. 39 8 

„ „ plain 6 3 

„ „ Cotton's, moonted in pilver, as Fig. 40 12 6 

„ „ with Spring, as Fig. 41 12 6 



r> 



Oi 



r 



S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDBESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



95 



FIG. 42. 




UVULA SCISSORS, as Fig. 42 . 



£ r. a. 
G 3 



PIG. 43. 




o 

VULSELLUM POECEPS, as Pig. 43 ... 063 

TULSELLUM FORCEPS, cnrycd 063 



LITHOTOMY MB LITHOTEITY 
nrSTEUMENTS, 

IN SETS. 

£ ». d. 
NO. 1 SET, consisting of— Ponr pairs of Forceps (two each cnrredand straight), Erichsen's 
Lithotomy Scoop, six Sounds, six Staffs, Lithotomy Knife, either Key's, Erichsen's, or 
Fergusson's, two Scalpels, and Lithotrite, either Pergnsson's or Brodie's. In hrass-bound 
mahogany case, lined with sillc Telret 11 

NO. 2 SET, consisting of— Two pairs of large Forceps, two pairs of small Forceps, 
Elastic Tabe, with silTer momit, hoUow steel-plated Sonnd, with Syringe to inject the 
bladder, Lithotrite, Leroy d'Etiolles' Instmment for Extracting Foreign Bodies from the 
Urethra, six Sounds, six Stafls, Lithotomy Knife, BUiard's Knife, Scalpel and Scoop, in 
handsome braas-bound mahogany ease, lined with silk velvet, and fitted with drawers 
containing bandages . .15 10 

NO. 8 SET, consisting of Lithotrite, six Sonnda, hollow steel Catheter, and Syringe for 

injecting the bladder, in mahogany ease 6 15 

BRODIE'S DOUBLE-CHANNEL SILVER CATHETER, haU-marked, for injecting the 

bladder in a eontinnons stream 1 16 

BRODIfi'S DOUBLE-CHANNEL SILVER CATHETER, with bra^ Syringe attached ..220 
" •• )t „ with Boogie stiletto for ditto, 

plain, 25/6 ; haU-marked 180 

BRODIES' DOUBLE-CHANNEL CATHETER, with stop-cock, plain, 46/6 ; haU-marked . 2 10 



96 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



PIG. 1. 



BUCHANAN'S HECTANGULAB STAFF, as Fig. 1 



6 



FIG. 2. 




CONCEALED BISTOUBY, as Fig. 2 



13 



PIG. 3. 




OUTTma FOUBCHETTE DILATOB, as Hg. 8..... 060 

ELASTIC TUBES, aflTerraoanted. each 086 



O i 



<Ji 



G) 



C 






C:i 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



97 



4 










£ *. d. 



ELECTRO-PLATED OATHETEB, Forcing Bod, StileUa, and three-bladed flexible Forceps, 

as Fig. 4 to 8 . 2 11 

Ditto, ditto, with HoUow Sound and Bladder Syringe, in morocco case 4 3 



98 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEBSGATB STREET, LONDON". 



FIG. 9. 



£ «. d. 

FEMALE STAFF, as Fig. 9 040 

PIG. 10. 

FEBGUSSON'S INSTRUMENT, for smaU stones, as Fig. 10 1 17 C 

GORGETS, Uuut ' ■ ^i^^ 6 C 

„ cutting 8 

U 12 






LITHOTOMY BANDAGES, flannel per doz. 16 

„ „ Pritobard's 

„ FORCEPS, curved; as Fig. 11." . ' . .■..■..."..■.'. each 8/- to 13 

„ • „ • straight, as Fig. 12 ... . „ 8/- to 13 



r -^^r*—^^^T~ 



■c 



o. 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE. STEEET, LONDON. 



13 





14 






yj 



99 



£ ». d. 

HOLLOW METAL SOUND, used also for injecting the bladder, aa Fig. 18 17 6 

LEBOY D'ETIOLLES' INSTBUUENT for extracting foreign bodies from the orethia, as 

Fig. 14. 1 12 6 



a i 



100 8. MA.-W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



16 

/I 



16 



17 





^MU 



6 



LITHOTOMT KNIFE, BUzard's. aaPig. 15. '. 'i ^ 

" .. Erichsen's „ 16 3 6 

•• P^«^ - 17 ......".' 016 

•• ^"y'" .. W ,.086 



21 





l«d«ftS?W 



o 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 101 

£ : d. 

LITHOTOMY KNIFE, Listen's, as Kg. 19 086 

„ „ Thompson's, as Fig. 20 3 6 

Sir B. Brodie's, as Fig. 21 . 3 6 




22 



24 



23 




26 



26 




LITHOTOMY SCOOP, Eriehsen's, as Fig. 22 

as Fig. 23 

SOUND, as Fig. 24 plain, 2/3 ; plated 

STAFF, as Fig. 26 • 

,, „. with large curve, as Fig. 26 

Soonds and Stafis are kept in sizes from No. 1 to 14, and of various curves. 



102 .8. MAW & SON, XI, AJLDEKSGATE STBJEET, LONDON. 



27 




28 






LITH9TIIITE, Brodie'B, as' Pig. 27 ... 3180 

„• Civinlc'a, as Fig. 28. ...'.. . fi 12 

„ witJi percussion rod, as Fig. 29 4 IG 



8. MAW & SON. 11. ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 103 



33 



i V 



30 




31 







LITHOTRITES, improved, as Fig. 30, 31, for cmsliinR InrRe stones, nsed instend of forceps, 

in tlie opomtion of litliotoniy '!"cli .3 18 



S*««S*e»«<3SW 



104 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



UTHOTBITES, improved, as Fig. 32 and 33 each 4 10 

Note:— By a aimple arrangement, the sliding action of Lithotrites 32 and 33 is convertible into a 
screw action, and vice vena. 




S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGA-TE STEEET, LONDON. 105 

£ t. d. 

LITHOTBITE, with key arrangement, aa used by Professor Ferguason, as Fig. 84 . . . . 3 18 

SCOOP, with key arrangement, for soft calonlos, as Fig. 35 3 18 

LUEE'S CALCULUS EXTRACTOE, as Fig. 36 1 17 

SEABCHERS each 4 

SIB ASTLEY COOPER'S CALCULUS EXTRACTOR, as Fig. 37 1 12 

SMALL SOUNDS, for ChUdren ^^^ 2 3 

STAFFS „ •• 3 6 



PIG. 38. 



I n 



ia §ai »iiBaw«gw a ia^^ 



STONE CRUSHER, as Fig. 38 




2 4 



PIG. 39. 




STONE CRUSHER, as Fig. 39 



3 14 



106 



8. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STREET, LONDON. 



FIG. 40. 




URETHRA FORCEPS, as Fig. 40 



MIDWirEEY mSTRUMlNTS, &c. 

IN SETS. 

No. 1, consisting of — Short Forceps (either Clark's, Dcnman's, or Haigliton's), Lownde's 
Vectis, Crotchet and Blunt Hook, Perforator, silver Female Catlioter and Fnennm 
Scissors, in mahogany cose plain, £3 3s. ; electro-plated 4 17 

No. 2, oonristing of — Short Forceps, Iiownde's Vectis, Crotchet and two Blunt Hooks, in one 
handle, Rigby's Perforator, silver Female Catheter, Frienum Scissors, Bivalve Speculum, 
electro-plated and gilt. Craniotomy Forceps, Caustic and Sponge Holder with Scarifying 
Lancet for the Uterus, and Fergusson's Glass Speculum, in moliogany case, plain, £8-65. ; 

electro-plated 10 6 6 

No. 3, Oldham's Sot; consisting of.— Oldham's Long Forceps, Short Forceps, Craniotomy 
Forceps, Lever, Perforator, Blunt Hook, Fine Hook,Crotchot, Decapitotor, Caustic Holder 
with Sponge Holder and Scarifying Lancet, Fnenura Scissors, silver Female Catheter, 
and Fergusson's Gloss Speculum, in mahogany case 950 

No. 4, consisting of— Long Forceps, Craniotomy Forceps, Lownde's Vectis, Crotchet and 
Blunt Hook, Perforator, Female silver Catheter, and Frcenum Scissors, in roll-up leather 
ponch, with strap and buckle 440 

No. 1 Set can also be had in Leather Pouch not plated 860 

No. 2 Set , „ 7 17 

No. 3 Set „ ,; „ „ 8 18 

S. MAW <fc SON'S MIDWIFERY CASE, with buckle and strap, especially adapted for 
Lying-in Hospitals or Nurses, consisting of— Enema Apparatus, with Rectum and Vagina 
Tubes, Breast Pump, Funis Scissors, silver Female Catheter, elastic-gum Catheter, Feeding 
Tube, six narrow-mouth 2-oz. Bottles (labelled " Brandy," " Castor Oil," " Turpentine," 
" Sweet Oil," " Laudanum," " Ergot of Rye,") three Calico Binders, Graduated Tumbler 
and Minim' Measure, pair of Dr. Wansbrough's Nipple Shields, Nipple Glass with tube 
and teat. Fountain Feeding Bottle, Fins and Thread, 1-oz. Female glass Syringe, in 
boxwood case, and Stethoscope . 4 15 

POCKET MIDWIFERY CASES, containing— Three cut-glass Bottles, Slidmg silver Female 

Catheter, Frcenum Scissors, and Trachea Tube, each 16 6 

If with Cfttheter of elastic-gum, silver mounted, and omitting Traclietv Tube .... each 18 G 



C}\ 



o 



• f ■■'■ 



S. MA.W & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



107 



^^^^°™-*- 



4. 



(M^C 



^ 





£ ». d. 

BLUNT HOOK and CROTCHET, as Fig. 1 .. ^ 040 

CLARK'S BLUNT HOOK and CROTCHET, aa Fig. 2 and 3 16 

with an extra blunt hook 10 

COMMON FILLET, as Fig. 4 " 040 

CRA.NIOCLAST, Simpson's. • 14 

CBANIOTOMY PORCBPS. 
5 a 






11 




13 




12 




14 




108 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



£ 11. 



CKAHIOTOJIY FORCEPS, Bamea' improTcd per pair 1 12 



Oonqaest's, as Fig. 5 

Churchill's 

Davis' 

Holmes' 



6 

7 

8 

8, circular joint 

9 

10 

11 



Lee's 
. Lever's 
Murphy's 
Bamsbotham's, as Fig. 12 . 
Simpson's, as Fig. 18 . . 
WaUer's „ 14, plain 

„ ■ with circular joint . 



1 4 

6 

1 4 
1 4 
1 12 
1 4 



1 12 



16 



16 



17 




■^ ■ 



DECAPITATOB, Ramsbotbam's, as Fig. 15 
GUARDED CROTCHET, Davis' „ 16 
LOWNDE'S VECTIS, as Fig. 17 . . . 



8 

1 4 
17 



MIDWIFEBY FORCEPS. 
2 3 







C) :: 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 109 



MTH WIVK RY 7OK0£PS (continued). 
10 u 





13 



14 



16 




17 



18 



19 



20 






m 



12 




21 



U 



B»«!iS*eJ<*<S85if 



110 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



MID WUi 'EBY POBCEPS {coruimud). 
23 24 




25 







\ 





, £ «. d. 

MIDWIFEET FORCEPS, ABsilini'a, as Fig. 1 per pair 1 

AshweU's „ 2 and 3 • 16 6 

Barnes- : ^ » « 

Beattie's ■' » 17 6 

„ ' „ BlundeU's, as Fig. 4 . . 17 6 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEBSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



11 L 



MIDWIFEKT FOECEPS, ChnrchUl's, as Fig. 6 
.t .. Clark's „ 6 



per pair 



Collins' 

CoDqnest's 

Davis' 

Denman's 

Farre's, long . . . . 

Graily Hewitt's, as Fig. H 



7 

8 .... . 

9 

10, long and short 



Haigli ton's 

Hamilton's 

Hodge's 

Holmes' 

Hopkins' 

Knight's 

Lever's 



13 . . 
13 • . . 
14, 16, IG 
17 . . 

18, long 

19, 20, .21 

22, long. 

23, short 
24 . . 



_, { 



OLDHAM'S FINE HOOK 



Lee's 

Macintosh's 

Oldham's, as Fig. 25 

Radford's 2 blades, 17/6 ; 

Ramsbotham's, as Fig. 26 

Kigbj'a „ 27, long 

Simpson's „ 28, long 

„ „ 29, short 

Smellie's ,, 30 

WaUer's „ 31- 

Ziegler's . „ 32 



3 blades 
per pair 



£ s. 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

18 



17 

17 



17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

6 

17 

17 

18 

17 

17 

17 

17 

5 




34 





FIQ. 36. 




d. 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

G 

6 

G 

6 



6 

6 



6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

G 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 ■ 

G 

6 





OSTEOTOMES, right and left, Simpson's, as Fig. 33 and 34 each 15 



PIG. 36. 



OSTEOMIST, Davis', as Fig. 35 1 15 



i^wjdeiwiw* 



112 . S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



37 





-=^ 



£ >. d. 

PERFORA.TOB, Denman's 060 

Holmes' 100 

Nagele's 18 

Oldham's, as Fig. 36 110 

Rigby's, „ 37 10 

Simpson's „ 38 12 

Smellie's, carved and straight each 9 6 

SYMOND'S TRACTOR 10 



MINOE. OPEMTING mSTEUMENTS, 



ITU SETS. 
PIG. L 




SET OF MINOR OPERATING INSTRUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, consisting of— 
Hemia Bistoury, two curved Bistouries, straight Bistoury, Aneurism Needle, four Scalpels, 
Tumour Hook, Tenaculum, Liston's Artery Forceps, Dissecting Forceps, Director, 
straight Scissors, Needles, and Ligature Silk, in mahogany case, as Fig. 1 2 12 

Ditto, ditto, mounted in ebony handles .....260 



C' 



S. MJlW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STBEET, LONDON. 



113 



PIG. 2. 




C) 



PORTABLE SET OF MINOR OPERATING INSTRUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, 
consisting of — Two straight Bistoaries, two curved Bistouries, Hernia Bistoury, four 
Scalpels, Aneorism Needle, Tumour Hook, Tenaculum, self-acting Tenaculum, Dissecting 
Forceps, silver Director, straight Scissors, Needles, and Ligature Silk, in brass-bound 
mahogany case, lined with silk velvet, as Fig. 2 3 

SET OP MINOR OPERATING INSTRUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, consisting of— 
Liston's straight Bistoury, Hernia Bistoury, Tenotomy Knife, Aneurism Needle. Tena- 
culum, straight Scissors, three Scalpels, two Nsvus Needles, Liston's Artery Forceps, 
Dissecting Forceps, two curved Bistouries, Needles, and Ligature Silk, in brass-bound 
mahogany case 3 



£ e. d. 



i 







PIG. 3. 



fmnswiin, 




ANEURISM NEEDLE, of pure silver, in ebony handle. .... 07G 

„ „ ■ in plain ebony handle, as Fig. 3 . .^ 16 

„ „ in chequered ebony handle .and silver ferrule 026 

„ ,, in plain ivory handle 023 

ABSCESS KNIFE, in plain ebony handle 16 

1 „ „ in chequered ebony handle 3 6 

„ „ in plain ivory handle 023 








. i 



114 



S. MA.W & SON, 11, ALDBB8GATE STEEET, LONDON. 



£ 

BISTOURY probe-pointed, in plain ebony handle, onired, as Fig. 5 .0 

Bharp-pointed „ „ „ „ ,,4 • ■ 

probe-pointed, in oheqoered ebony handle and silver ferrole ....... 

Bharp-pointed, „ „ „ ....... 

probe-pointed, in ivory handle 

sliarp „ „ 

HERNIA, in plain ebony handle 

„ in chequered ebony handle ■ . . . 

„ in plain ivory handle 

straight, probe-pointed, in ebony handle 

,. » in oheqnered ebony handle 

I, I, in plain ivory handle 

BREAST KNIFE, in ivory handle . . . . 



a. 


d. 


2 


3 


2 


3 


3 





3 


6 


3 





3 


fi 


2 


3 


3 


fi 


3 





2 


3 


3 


6 


3 





4 


•B 







FINGER KNIFE, in plain ebony handle, as Fig. 6 

„ „ in cheqaered ebony handle 

„ „ in plain ivory handle 

LISTON'S N.EV03 NEEDLE, in ebony handle, as Fig. 9 . . 

„ „ „ ' in ivory handle . 

SCALPEL, double-edged, in plain ebony handle ■- 

„ „ in cheqaered ebony handle, as Fig. 7 

„ „ in plain ivoiy handle 

„ with tang, as Fig. 8 

SUTURE NEEDLES. See page 15. 

SILK, THREAD, AND WIRE. See page 19. 



10 



TENACULUM, in plain ebony handle, as Fig. 10 

„ in chequered ebony handle 

„ in plain ivory handle 

TENOTOMY KNIFE, in plain ebony handle 

,, ,, in cheqaered ebony handle . . 

I, ,, in plain ivory handle 




lO 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 115 



pia. iL 




TUMOUR HOOK, Cooper's, with elide, as Fig. 11 g 'g 

„ NEEDLE, Liston's, ebony handle ......... 

•• •> „ ivory „ 



d. 


2 

2 9 



mSCELLAMOUS INSTEUMENTS, APPA- 
RATUS, APPLIANCES, ETC. 



ACUPRESSURE NEEDLES (Simpson's) 

ACUPUNCTURE NEEDLES . . 

BLEEDING LANCETS, in aheU scales, best q^ity 
II I, in mother-of-pearl scales 

i> I, in cases for ships' chestn 

1-2 



per do^. 3 
12 
18 
110 
8 



Q. 




CAUTERISING IRONS, in fixed handles, as Eig. 1, 2, 3, 4 



each 9 



I 2 



116 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



£ <. (2. 

GLASS CAPILLABY TUBES, fopvaocine lymph per 100 7 

GBACUATED GLASS TUBE, moanted vith sUrer pipe and India-nibber bottle .... 10 
The above can be made Bufflciently small for the waistcoat pocket, with a one-dram 
stoppered bottle, drilled to admit the pipe of the syringe (osefol in case of bites from 

snakes or other poisonous reptiles) .... . . . each 18 6 



pia. 6. 




HOT-AIB BATH, with Spirit Lamp, as Pig. 6 copper, 24/- ; tin, 17 

This apparatus can be osed as a Vapoor Bath, if required. 



FiQ. e. 





MACKENZIE'S QALVANISEB, for. the throat, as Fig. 6 



9 






C) 



c 



.8. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEJtS&AICE STEEBT, LONDON. 



117 



PIG. 7. 



NEEDLE HOLDER, as Fig. 7 



PIG. 8. 



NEEDLE HOLDER, improTed, as Fig. 8 



PIG. 9. 



NEEDLE HOLDER, with, spring, as Fig. 9 

SEUTIN'S SCISSORS, for remoTing starched bandages . 



PIG. 10. 



— o 



=^j-U 




£ 9. d. 
8 6 




6 




12 
11 




STBINGE for snb-cntaneotis injections, monnted in steriing siher, with silTer eei«w piston- 
rod (each turn of which displaces a drop), gradnated g^ass barrel,, and fitted with two.fine ^ 
gold pipes, in neat morocco case, as Fig. 10 ' . .' .' .'.".'.'... 220 

Ditto, ditto, electro-plated n ,n e 

' • ■• *. U17 6' 

Ditto, ditto, with plain piston-rod and electro-plated mounts, in case . . . . . . . . 14 



118 S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STREET, LONDON. 



FIG. 11. 




VACCINATING LANCETS, with grooved blades, in shell handles, as Fig. 11 



£ t. d. 
per doz. 14 



FIG. 12. 



VAOOINATINO LANCET, Weir's, with pins, as Pig. 12 



4 



FIQ. 13. 



fc.MAlV k AM 



^**= 



VACCINATING LANCET, Spratle/s, iu ivory handle, as Fig. 18 3 

VACCINATING LANCET, Spratley's, in ivory handle, with 100 Capillary Tubes, in morocco 

066 

case . • * 

VACCINATING POINTS, ivory per 100 1 9 

VACCINE BOTTLES, in leather cases per doz. 13 

VACCINE BOTTLE, with Lancet, in leather case 046 

„ two Lancets „ ■ 6 6 

TUBES, CAPILLARY, fine drawn por 1000 6 



NECROSIS, RESECTION, AND TREPHININa 

INSTRUMENTS. 

No. 1, SET OP TBEPHININQ INSTRUMENTS, consisting of-^Elevator, Hey's Skull Saw, 
Skull Forceps, two Trephines with sUding centres, Trephine Bmsh, and donble-edged 
Scalpel, in mahogany case 2 J 

No. 2, COMPLETE SET OF TREPHINING INSTRUMENTS, consisting of— Elevator, 
lenticular, two SkuU Saws, Skull Forceps, three Trephines, Trephine Brush, and double- 
edged Scalpel, in brass-bound mahogany case, lined with silk velvet 3 6 



C: 



r , 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDBESGATE STEEET," LONDON. 



119 




BONE FORCEPS, Fcrgnsson's, aa Fig. 1, straight . . 
„ fts Fig. 2, cmred right . 

), as Fig. 3, ciroalar month 

n as Fig. 4, curved left 

Listen's, with drcnlar joint .... 
„ with plain joint .... 

small size 

CHISELS, straight, varioas sizes 

ELEVATOBS, straight 

„ straight, with handle 



each 



£ ». 


a. 


.0 11 





11 





11 





11 





11 





9 





4 





2 


9 


2 


9 


2 


9 



PIG. 6. 




GOUGE FORCEPS, for resection, as Fig. 5 11 



ITG. e. 




GOUGE FORCEPS, Hoffinan's, as Fig. 6 



I 1 



^^ S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STEEBT, LONDON. 



PIG. 7. 




G6UGE forceps, ourycd, Hoffman's, as Fig. 7 



£ >. d. 
110 



PIG. 8. 




V. 




OOUGE FORCEPS, improved pattern, as Fig. 8 17 

PIG. 8. 

GOUGES, straight, as Pig. 9 each 2 9 

„ ooTTed right and left, and of varioas sizes ... a o o 

LENTICDLARS . . , u £ V 

• • • „ 4 

PIG. 10, 




S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDBESGATB STEBET, LONDON". 121 



pia. U. 




£ ». <J. 
NECBOSIS FOBCEPB, deep oheqnered handles, as Fig. 11. 090 

Via. 12. 

NECBOSIS FORCEPS, two sizes, plain, as Fig. 12 . each 4/- and 6 

„ „ two sizes, curred „ 4/- and 060 

BDOINE, in ebony handle 4 

FIG. 13. 

J 





SKULL SAW, Key's, as Fig. 18. 
FOECEPS. . . . . 



4 6 
4 6 



PIG. 14. 




122 S. MAW & SON", 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 

£ ». rf. 

TREPHINES, the set of three improved, fitting in one handle, 08 Fig. 14 14 

„ in ebony handles, three sizes, small, middle, and large each 8 

TREPHINE BRUSHES „ 10 

OTAEIOTOMT AM) TESICO-TiaHTAL 
mSTEUMEFTS. 

BROAD GROOVED DIRECTOR, I. B. Brown's 040 

pia. 1. 




CLAMP, for Ovariotomy, as Fig. 1, Spencer Wells' 226 

CURVED SCISSORS, as used by I. B. Brown 036 

DUCK-BILL SPECULUM, see Specnloms, page 141. 

FIG. 2. 

FINE HOOK, as Fig. 2, for secnring the edges in vesioo-voginal fistula 036 

FIG. 3. 

NEEDLE, for the deep qnill suture, as Fig. 3 .030 

PIG. 4. 

H " 'I ■■■T^ 

SELF-HOLDING FORCEPS, as Fig. 4 080 

SIGMOID SILVER CATHETER 10 




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PIG, 5, e, 7. 



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SPEAK-SHAPED ENFVES, for paring the edges in vesico-vaginal fistula, the set of three, as 

Fig. 6, 6, 7- 17 

STRAIGHT AND CURVED FORCEPS, for securing the bar clamp each 4 



FIG. 8. 




PIG. 9. 




P[ jMlar..,-;'-!r 

SPRING FORCEPS, with Tnlsellnm and tenaculum points, as Fig. 8 and 9 . . . . each 3 6 

SUTURE NEEDLES, various shapes r per doz. 2 

For Iron Wire, Silver Wire, Silk, and Thread, see page 19. 
TROCARS (OYARIOTOIO), see pages 169 and 160. 
TUBULAR NEEDLE, in plain ebony handle, as used by Brown, Bozeman, Simpson, and 

Sims, for the wire ligature 080 

TUBULAR NEEDLE, in shell handle, with French lock-back 090 



FIG. 10. 




TUMOUR FORCEPS, wthrack, as Fig; 10 



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PESSIEIES. 






£ t. d. 



BOXWOOD PESSAEIES, flat circular, as Fig. 1 per doz. 4 6 

.1 „ flat ovaJ, as Fig. 2 . . . 080 

11 1. globolar, as Fig. 3 __ 16 



PIG. 4. 




CLArS GERMAN-SILVEB SPIEAL PES3ABT. snppUed with pelyis band, <fcc., as Fig. 4 17 






DUFFIN'S BOXWOOD and rVOBY PESSABT, as Fig. 6 060 

ELASTIC GUM PESSAEIES, flat circular, as Fig. 6 per doz. 16 

.. .. flat oval, aa Fig. 7 .-..., „ 16. 



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t a. d. 

ZWANKyS PESSABIES, electro-plated, as Fig. 18 and 14 each 6 

„ in wood „ 6 3 

„ „ in vnlcanite _ „ 6 3 



PLEHMETERS AND STETHOSCOPES. 



PIG. L 




PEBOUSSION HAHMEB and PLEXIUETEB, Bennett's, as Fig. 1 096 

PLEXIMETEB8, ivory per doi. 1 1 

PEBOUSSION THIMBLES, in iyoiy each 2 



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STETHOSCOPES, Barron'B, as Kg. 18 each 4 G 

Billing's as Fig. 14 „ 2 6 

„ ■ BuiTOws', ebony, as Fig. 5 3 

„ Davis', iToiy-monnted, as Fig. 16 „ 9 6 

„ Dobell's, with gradoated ear-piece, as Fig. 12 „ 4 6 

„ Ebony-monnted, as Fig. 22 „ 4 

•I „ with revolnng ear-piece „ 4 6 

» .1 for the pocket (reversible), as Figs. 23 and 25 . . „ 4 

„ Elliotson's, as Fig. 3 ,, 8 

,, Fergnsson'B, as Fig. 8 „ 3 6 

„ Oolding Bird's Fl&dble, ebony-moonted, as Fig. 24 „ 6 

„ Gntta-peroha per doz. 170 

„ Hughes', as Fig. 10 each 2 

„ Ivory-monnted, with movable cone, as Fig. 18 „ 7 

•• .. .• as Fig. 21 , 4 

as Fig. 20 . „ 3 

„ Laenneo'a, as Fig. 7.., , 026 

as Fig. 19 ,,040 

Stokes', as Fig. 4 ^ 3 6 

„ Walsh's, as Fig. 9 ^ 3 6 

„ Williams', as Fig. 6 ,, 3 6 



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129 



POCKET DEESSnra mSTEUMENT CASES. 

' £ t. d. 

NO. 1 SET, in plain handles, consisting of— Single or double-edged Scalpel, cnrred 
Bistoory (either probe or sharp-pointed), Tenaculom, Abscess Lancet, 6am Lancet, Seton 
Neodle, curved and straight Scissors, spring Forceps, Spatola, Director, two silver Probes, 
and packet of Sature Needles ; in morocco case ....- 200 

NO. 2 SET, in plain handles, same as No. 1, with the addition of silver-moonted ebony 

Caostio Holder, sliding silver Female Catheter, and additional carved Bistoaiy. ... 2 12 

NO. 3 SET, in plain handles, consisting of.— Carved Bistoury (either probe or sharj)- 
pointed), Oam Lancet, Dressing Forceps, ivory Caostic Case, straight Scissors, two silver 
Probes, Director, Syme's Abscess Lancet, Scalpel, and packet of Satore Needles; in 
morocco case 1 10 

NO. 4 SET, in plain handles (gaited for students), consisting of — Scalpel, Curved Bistoury, 
Onm.Luicet, two silver Probes, spring Forceps, Abscess Lancet^ and packet of Needles, in 
morocco case " . . . 12 

NO. 6 SET, mounted in spring-back tortoise-shell handles, consisting of — Double curved Bis- 
toury, Syme's Abscess Knife and Oam Lancet, Scalpel, and Listen's Bistoury, Liston's 
Spring Artery Forceps, straight Scissors, hall-marked silver Caustio Case, silver 
Spatula, silver Director, two silver Probes, spring Forceps, packet of Sature Needles, 
and hall-marked sliding Female Catheter, in morocco case, lined with silk velvet ... 3 17 

NO. 6 SET, mounted in spring-back tortoise-shell handles, consisting of — Two curved Bis- 
touries, Syme's Abscess Knife and Gum Lancet, Scalpel and Liston's Bistoury, silver 
Caustic Case, straight Scissors, (German-silver Director and Spatula, two silver Probes, 
Aneurism Needle, Dressing Forceps, and packet of Sutnre Needles, in morocco case, lined 
with silk velvet, 2 12 6 

NO. 7 SET, mounted in spring-back tortoise-shell handles, consisting of — Two curved 
Bistouries, Syme's Abscess Knife and Gum Lancet, Scalpel and Finger Knife, Liston's 
French lock-back Bistoury, Tenotomy Knife, Liston's Spring Artery Forceps, straight and 
curved Scissors, probe-pointed Scissors,- silver Director, silver Spatula, seamless silver 
Caustic Case, two silver Probes, portable silver Male and Female Catheter, spring Forceps, 
Tenaculum, packet of Suture Needles, in handsome russia or morocco case, lined with 
silk velvet, and fitted with engraved gilt lock 6 10 6 

NOJ 8 SET, mounted in spring tortoise-shell handles, with French lock-backs, consisting 

of Two curved Bistouries, Syme's Abscess Knife and Oam Lancet, Scalpel and Finger 

Knifis, Liston's French lock-back Bistoury, Liston's spring Artery Forceps, Dressing 
Forceps, Polypus Forceps, straight and curved Scissors, probe-pointed Scissors, two silver 
Probes, silver Director, silver Spatula, silver Male and Female Catheter and spring Plug 
for Epistaxis, seamless silver Caustic Holder and Exploring "rrocar, Cataract Needle and 
Eye Spud, Silver Wire, Suture Needles, and SOk, in handsome rossia or morocco case, 
lined with silk velvet 6 16 

NO. 9 SET, mounted in spring-back tortoise-shell bandies, consisting of— Two curved 
Bistouries, Syme's Abscess Knife and Gum Lancet, Scalpel and Finger Knife, Liston's 
French lock-back Bistoury, Seton Needle, two silver Probes, electro-plated Director, 
Aneurism Needle, eleetto-plated Spatola, Exploring Needle, silver-mounted ebony Caustic 
Holder, straight and carved Scissors, packet of Satore Needles, and Silk, in russia or 
morocco case, with elastic bfmd 3 3 

BT7SSIA OR MOROCCO POCKET CASES, for single instruments, to contain 7, 9, 12, and 

15 pieces 5/6; 8/-; 9/-; and 10 



130 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEES&ATE STBEET, LONDON. 

£ (. d. 
BUSSIA OB MOBOOOO POOEET OASES, for spring-baok sets . . . each 10/-, 17/-, and 1 

SOLID OEBMAK-SILVEB ELEOTBO-PIATED POOEET OASES, to open similar to 

Lancet Oases, soitable for No. 5 or 6 set each 3 3 

SOLID GEBMAN-StLVEB ELEOTBO - PLATED POOKET OASES, for No. 7 or 8 

set each 4 

These cases are intended tbi hot climates, where leather cases are very liable to be 
destroyed by insects. 

POOKET DRESSING INSTEUMENTS. 

ABSCESS KNIVES, in shell bandies, with French lock backs per doz. 2 2 

„ LANCETS, in skeleton shell bandies „ 15 

PIG. L 




ANEUaiSM NEEDLE AND TENACULUM, with French lock back, as Fig. 1 9 

„ „ „ with plain spring back 8 

„ NEEDLES, with skeleton handles per doz. 1 10 

„ „ with spring backs, plain. , 220 

PIG. 2. 




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BISTOUBIES, carved, with plain skeleton handles each 3 6 

„ doable curred, with French lock backs, as Fig. 2 , 9 

„ „ with plain spring backs „ 8 



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131 



PIG. 3. 




£ s. d. 

BISTOUfilES, straight, with French lock back, as Fig. 3 . . . each 6 6 

„ „ with skeleton handles . per doz. 220 

BOW DBES8ING FOBCEPS 16 

DAVIS' SILVEE EXPLORING NEEDLES, with steel points „ 1 19 

DAVIS' THORAX ,, „ „ „ 17 

PIG. 4. 

Y^^— . — =. ; 

DIRECTOB AND ANEURISM NEEDLE, Brodie's, as Fig. 4 2 4 

DIRECTORS, German silver per doz. 16 ^ 

„ „ electro-plated . ' 1 1 " 

silver 2 7 

PIG. 6. 

DIRECTOR, silver, with gnard, as Fig. 5 ....066 

DIRECTOR PROBES, sUver each 2/- and 3 

PIG. 6. 





DOUBLE-EDGED SCALPEL AND TENDON KNIFE, with French lock back, as Fig. 6 9 

DOUBLE-EDGED SCALPEL AND TENDON KNIFE, with idain spring back .... 8 

DRESSING FORCEPS, spring per doz. 14 

EBICHSEN'B KNTVES, with French locks and shell handles ........ „ 220 

EXPLOBING NEEDLES, in plain ivory cases „ 1 16 

„ „ „ shell handles „ 220 

. „ TROOABS, see Trocars, page 167. 

FEMALE CATHETERS, elastic, electro-plated, and silver, see Catheters, page 31. 

GUM LANCETS, in plain skeleton bandies ' . „ 1 10 

LIGATURE SILK, THREAD, and WIRE, see page 19. 

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182 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 



Pia. 7. 




-£L 



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s, ». a. 
15 



PIG. 8. 




PORTABLE SILVER MALE AND FEMALE CATHETER, nnited, wiUi spring for epistaxis, 

»»^*8 ....100 

PROBES,sUver p,, ^„^ 12 „ 



FIG. 9. 




SCALPEL AND FINGER KNIFE, with French lock back, as Fig. 9 9 

SCALPEL AND FINGER KNIFE, with plain spring back 8 

SCALPELS, with French lock backs . . . • per doz! 220 

„ with skeleton handles . . ' 1 16 



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£ •. d. 

SCISSOBS, cnrred, as Kg. 10, two sizes . . ... per doi. 200 

„ probe pointed, as Kg. H „ 2 

„ straight diessiiig, as Kg. 12 „ 110 

BETON NEEDLES, in sheU handles „ 2 2 

SPATULAS, German silver .....;....■ „ 14 

„ „ eleotro-plated „ 18 

„ silver, hall-marked each 090 



pia. 13. 




STUB'S KNIFE AND 0T7U LANCET, vith French look back, as Kg. 18 9 

I, ' ,1 I, „ „ vlth plain spring baok . 8 

BYUE'S ABSCESS KNIVES, in French look back handles .perdoz. 2 2 

„ „ „ in skeleton handles . „ 1 16 

TENACULUMS, in skeleton handles „ 1 10 



134 



S. MAW & SOX, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 



POST-MORTEM mSTRUMENTS. 



PIG.l. 




POBTABLE SET OF POST-MORTEM INSTBUMENTS, in plain ebony handles, consisting ^ "" ''' 
of— Skull Saw, Catlin, Cartilage Knife and Chisel, fitting one spring socket handle; spring 
Forceps, Chain Hooks, Blow-pipe, straight Scissors, six Scalpels and Needles, in mahogany 

<«^.^yi«.l .260 

Ditto, ditto, in chequered ebony handles, in mahogany case 2 12 

Ditto, ditto, in ivory handles „ 2 12 6 




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COMPLETE SET OP POST-MOBTEM IN8TBDMENT8. in strong braBa-boui.d mahogany ^ '" " 
caw, consisling of-SknU Saw, Cartilage Knife, Catlin, and Chisel, atting one 8pm.« 
socket handle, six Scalpels. Brain Knife. Hammer, SknU Beat, doable and single Chisel 
Sciraors, Chain Hooka, Blow-pipe, spring Forceps, Bowel Scissors, smaU and larire' 
Needles, as Fiir. 2 . . . * 

o ■ 576 

Ditto, ditto, in plain ebony handles 

Ditto, ditto, in chequered ivory handles 

BLOW PIPPS • • . 5 16 6 

■ per do^M brass, 10/6 ; German silver 16 

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B0WELSCISS0BS,a8Fig.8 ^^ „ , , 

CHAIN HOOKS • . per set 2 

GLOVFS 

• • per pair, India-mbber, 8/- ; oDed silk 3 





POSTMOBTEMSCISSOBS,«iKg.4and6 each 2/6 and 3 

SAWS ;.. h n a n 

SCALPELS. See page 114. eacn o 9 o 

SKULL BESTS 

SPRING FORCEPS 

TRIPODS, with sliding centres . 



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186 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 

EECTUM mSTEUMENTS. 

pia. 1. 

£ s.° d. 

BEODIE'S PBOBE DIBECTOB, for fistula, as Fig. 1 070 

BISTOUBY, for fistula 036 

PIG. 2. 

jrmrnmm ^^SB^ 

SMITH'S FOBCEPS.gUt blades, as Fig. 2 18 6 

PIG. 3. 

FOBCEPS, for pUes, as Fig. 8 ! . . per pair 10 

PIG. 4. 

'do ' 

FOBOEPS, Car piles, improved, as Fig. 4 ..........090 

PIG. 6. 







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137 



£ ». d. 

FOB0EP8, for piles, as Pig. 5 per pair 10 

NEEDLES of variotis corres, for hsmorrhoids, plain ebony handles 026 

PABTBIDOE'S set of BECTUM PLUGS, with metal stem, in case 146 

„ NINE IVOBY BALLS „ „ , 2 12 6 

■.SIX „ , 2 8 






PEBFOBATED METAL JETS, for diseases of the rectum, the set of three, as Fig. 6, 7 * 8, 7 6 
These can be fitted to any enema apparatus. 

KEOTUM PLUGS, three sizes, elastic-gmn . . each 19 

.. .. .. ivory „ 046 

.. .. .. metal „ 16 

„ BOUGIES, see Boogies, page 27. 

SPEOULUMS, see Speoolams, page 188. 

PIG, 9. 

I 

TODD'S BECTUM DILATOB, as Fig. 9 *. 2 




SPEOULUMS. 

PIG. 1. 




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138 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATB STEEET, LONDON. 



£ <. d. 

DILATING SPECULUM FOR THE EAR, Kramer's, as Fig. 1 8 

Pilcher's 080 

„ „ „ Toynbee's 080 

„ „ „ Yearsley's 080 

„ „ „ witboat handle 080 

2 3 4 6 







8PE0ULUMS FOR THE EAR, Toynbee's, as Fig. 2, silver per set 1 4 

„ ., Tomer's, „ 3, „ ,,140 

„ „ Wylde's, „ 4 . per set, electro-plated, 9/- ; silver 18 

„ Yearsley's, „ 5 silver per set 1 4 

„ FOR THE NOSE, with spring bandies . eaeb 8 

8 7 8 




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SPECULUM FOR THE RECTUM (Curiing's), as Fig. 6, 7, 8 

PIG. 8. 



18 6 




SPECULUM FOR THE RECTUM, bivalve, as Pig. 9 . . " 15 



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139 



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SPECXTLUMS FOE THE RECTUM. Fergusson's. glass, covered with elasUcgum, u Fig. * ^ "" 
*" each 3 6 




SPECULUM FOB THE RECTUM, with PLUG, ffilton's. as Fig. 12 and 13 



17 



PIG. 14. 




SPECULUM FOB THE RECTUM. Lane's, three-bladed. as Fig. 14 



2 3 



140 S; MAW & SON, 11, ALDERSGATB STEEET, LONDON. 



PIG. 15. 




£ a. d. 
SPECULUM FOB THE VAGINA, biyalve, as Pig. 16, Gennan-silver 110 

•• n n •• „ electro-plated and gilt ..... 1 12 
•• It i> •< „ with oanstio and sponge holder and 
scarifying lancet, in case 260 



PIG. 16. 




SPECULUM FOR THE VAGINA, biyalve,.Ricord's, as Fig. 16 . .- 15 

II It I, „ „ with India-robber Sheath 16 6 



PIG. 17. 




SPECULUM FOR THE VAGINA, as Fig 17, three siies, Fergusson's, electro-plated, each 9 

It tt „ » I, glass, covered in elastic-gmn „ 3 6 

The set of three, in case, eleotro-plsted ■ 19 

II 11 I. glass 18 



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SPECrOLUM FOB THE VAGINA, " Dnek Bill," as used by Bozeman, Sims, and Simpson, 

in the operation for Tesico-vaginal fistnla, as Fig. 18 ... 18 6 

PIG. 10. 




SPECULUM FOB THE VAGINA, fonr bladod, electro-plated and gUt, as Fig. 19 

PIG. 20. 



2 12 6 




SPECULUM FOR THE VAGINA, fonr-bladed, as Fig. 20 

PIG. 21. 



1 17 




142 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



SPECULUM FOB THE VAGINA. Simpson-B.electro.pkted and gat. aa Kg. 21 . . . .\u o 



FIG. 22. 




SPECULUM FOB THE VAGINA, with spring, as Fig. 22 



1 15 



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SPECULUM FOE THE VAGINA, three-bladcd, in steel, as Fig. 23 



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148 



SPINE BAGS. 

DE. CHAPMAN'S PATENT. 

These bags are of two kinds, one for the application of Cold, the other for the application 

of Heat. 

THE ICE BAG, which may be filled either with ice or iced water, is divided by external 
I clamps or internal septa, into two, three, or more cells, allowing of its application either 
to. the whole or any part of the back, the patient being enabled to remain upright or walk 
about during its use. - The month of this bag is closed by a clamp. 

THE HOr-WATES BAG, which may be used also for the application of moderate de- 
grees of cold, consists of two parallel tubes, a little distance apart, communicating at top 
and bottom. The mouth of this bag is closed by a screw. 

ICE-BAGS used for the PREVENTION OK CUBE OF SEA-SICKNESS, as well as in 
the treatment of Taiious diseases : — 

Inches long 10 12 ' 14 16 18 20 22 24 2G 

Each 6/6 7/6 8/6 9/6 10/6 11/6 12/6 14/- 15/- 

THE " LUMBAR ICE-BAG," a short bag consisting of only two cells, and designed 
especially for the application of ice to the lumbar region, 7<. Gd. 




HOT-WATER BAGS, consisting of two columns : — 
Small . 6<. 6d. | Medium . 7<. 



I Large . 8«. each. 



STMCTUEE INSTRUMENTS. 

SETS OP WAKLEY'S STEICTXTEB INSTEUMENTS. 

£ a. 
NO. 1 SET, consisting of — One each hall-marked silver Canula, No. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 
10, 11, 12, and 18 ; one each No. 1, 3, 6 long silver Catheter, with fine stillettes and 
- conducting rods ; also one each No. 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 elastic- 
gam Canula, with silver points and ends, the whole fitted in a morocco case 10 

NO. 2 SET, consisting of— One each No. 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 silver Canula ; one 
each No. 1 and 3 long silver Catheter, with stillettes and conducting rods ; also one each 
No. 6, 8, and 10 elastio-gum Canula, with silver ends and points, in morocco case . . . 6 16 

NO. 3 SET, consisting of— One each No. 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 silver Canula; 
one No. 2 long silver Catheter and Conducting Bod ; one each No. 6, 8, and 10 elastic- 
gum Canula, with -silver points and ends, in moioceo case 5 2 

NO. 4 SET, consisting of— One each No. 3, 6, 7, and 9 silver Canula; one No. 2 long 
silver Catheter, with conducting rod; and one each No. 6 and 8 elastic-gum Ouiula, 
with silver points and ends, in neat morocco case • 3 3 

BOUGIES, catgut, elasUo-gnm, electro-plated, sUver, steel, and wax, see Bougies, page 27. 

BUCHANAN'S DILATING CANULA, silver, in case 1 17 

„ „ „ eleotro-plated, in case 12 

CATHETERS, elastic-gum, electro-plated, and silver, see Catheters, page 30. 
CATHETERS, for washing the bladder, see page 30. 
CAUSTIC CATHETERS, see page 31. 



■ a. 



144 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEBSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



4 






£ s. d. 
HENBY THOMPSON'S PBOBE-POIKTED SILVEB OATHETEB, witli condoctiiig rod 

and elastio-gnm eannla, in case, as Fig. 4, 5 and 6' 1 11 

HOLT'S DILATOR AND TUBES, in case, the latest improTement, aa Fig. 1, 2, and 8, per set 3 8 



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HEMBT THOMPSON'S BTBICTURE DILATOR, for gradnal diBtensioii 
UBETHBOTOMES, as Fig. 9 and 10 . . . 
JUQUM PENIS 



£ >. d 
. . 1 12 6 
each 18 
..046 



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PROSTATE CATHETERS, see Catheters, page 31. 



1 17 



146 S. MA.W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



Pia.l2. 




MCOBD'S PHYMOSIS FOECEPS, as Fig. 12 



£ a. d. 
6 3 



13 







15 




S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STEEET, LONDON. 



SIE ABTLEY COOPEB'S DILATOR, as Fig. 13 • • • * * * ' 

y- . STAFFOBD'S OXJBVED 8TILETTED CATHETEB, for dividing stnotuies, as Fig. 14 . 

• ' STAFFOBD'S STBAIOHT BTILETTED CATHETEB, tor dividing stnctnres, as Fig. 16 



STEEL UBETHBOTOME . 



£ a. 

1 12 
1 8 
1 
1 12 



147 

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SYME'S STAFF,' tor strictares,' as Fig. i6 



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STJSPENDEES AND BAaS FOE GONORRHffiA 



Bag TruBseB, the bags of jean, and snppUed with nnder- 

■ ,,..' poi dozen 

The above axo appUcable for scrotal irreducible hernia or hydrocele. 
No. 2.— SU8PENDEB8, withootton.net bags, jean belts, and nnder-straps. , . per dozen 
gjljj.net bags, jean bands, and under-straps ... „ 

chamois-leather bags, jean bands, and under-strepB . 
silk-net bags, silk-elastic waistbands, and nnder-straps „ 
tape bands to tie, and without under-straps ... .. 

cotton bags, and without under-straps ...... i> 

jean bags, lined with oiled silk, for gonorrheBa ... ,. 

waterproof bags for gonorrheea •• 

cotton net bags, jean bands, and strings to contract the bags „ 

silk bags " 

elastic insertion in the bands, and tapes to contract the 
* per dozen, silk, 27/- ; cotton 



No: 1;— SUSPENDEB3, 
straps . 



No. 8.— 
No. 4.— 
No. 5.— 
No. 6.— 
No. 7.— 
No. 8.— 
No. 9.— 
No. 10.— 
No. 11.— 
No. 12.— 



18 



1 1 
1 7 

14 

1 10 
1 
16 
8 
9 

18 

1 4 



•No ^SXJSPENDEBS, viith silk-elastio bands . . per dozen, cotton bags 20/- ; silk bags 
\^_ _, „ elastic-cotton bags and jean bands ... . . . per dozen 

For Abdominal, Biding, and UmbiUoal Belts and Trusses, see page 26. 



No, 
















10 
17 
10 



TOOTI USTETIlEirTS. 

SETS OP BXTBAOTINQ INSTBUMENTS. 

NO. 1 SETi-Large Tooth Key, Gum Lancet. Punch, curv^' and straight Tooth Forcepsi ^ ^ ^ 

in leather pooch . . . , 

NO 2 SET.-Large Tooth Key. small Tooth Key. Elevator, two-bladed Gum Lancet, 
" Cartwrighfs spring Forceps for Molars, straight and curved Tooth Forceps, m morocco ^ 

pouch _. ..... • • • • • • • • • • • ■ 

Ditto, ditto, mounted in ivory handles 



18 
2 5 6 



148 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



NO. 8 SET — Pair of Tooth Keys, with spring bolts and spring ivory handle, straight and 
cnrred Tooth Forceps, Stump Forceps, Oartwrighfs spring Forceps for Molars, triple- 
bladed Gnm Lancet, and Elevator in ivory handle, in morocco pouch 

NO. 4 SET.— Olendon's Forceps for Lower Molars, Upper Molars right and left. Upper 
and Lower Incisors, Bicuspids and Stumps, Tooth Key in ivory handle, swivel Punch, 
and spring Gum Lancet, in morocco pouch . ' 

NO. 5 SET.— The full set of Olendon's Forceps (fourteen pairs), straight and swivel Punch in 
chequered ivory handles, and two-bladed Gum Lancet, in strong morocco pouch, with 
strap and buckle 

NO. 6 SET.— Twelve pairs of Olendon's Forceps, in morocco pouch, with strap and buckle . 
NO. 7 SET.— Ten pairs Olendon's Forceps, in morocco pouch, with strap and buckle . . . 
NO. 8 SET.— The full set of Tomes' oircular-jointed Forceps (fifteen pairs), three Punches, 
in strong morocco pouch, with strap and buckle 

NO. 9 SET.— Twelve pairs of Tomes' circular-jointed Tooth Forceps, in morocco pouch, with 
strap and buckle 

NO. 10 SET.— Ten pairs of Tomes' circular-jointed Tooth Forceps, in morocco pouch, with 
strap and buckle 

NO. 11 SET.— Druitt's set of Forceps (seven pairs), two Olendon's Elevators, spring-back 

Gum Lancet, in pouch, with strap and buckle 

Any of the above tea can befiUed in Itlahogany Catet, if desired. 



£ $. a. 



3 2 



3 15 



6 14 





i 6 





8 10 


6 


7 4 





4 11 





8 8 





3 14 






1 



PIO. L 




SET OF EXOAVATING INSTBUMENTS, fitting into one socket handle, in case, as Fig. 1. 1 10 



4 





BELL'S SCALING INSTBUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, as Fig. 1 to 8, the set in 



16 



8 10 U 



14 16 16 



% 




\ 



BELL'S STOPPING INSTBUMENTS, mounted in ivory handles, as Kg. 9 to 16, the set in 

<»«• 15 



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S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STEBBT, LONDON. 149 

£ ». d. 

Sat of Bell's Boaling and Stopping Instmments, complete, in case 2 10 

Set of four Scaling and Stopping Instruments, in case 12 

Setof six „ „ „ 0" 

FIG. 17. 




POBTABLB SET OF SCALING INSTBTJMENTS, as Fig. 17, screwing into one handle, 

in case ; per set 14 



PIG. 18. 




POBTABLE SET OF STOPPING INSTBUMENTS, as Pig. 18, screwing into one handle, 

in case '■ • per set 14 0' 

AMEBIOAN TOOTH FOBCEPS .per pair 7 

„ „ „ with spring for extracting stnmps • „ 13 6 

CABTWEIGHT'S SPBING MOLAB FOBCEPS 6 

CLENDON'S TOOTH FOBCEPS. 
1 a 3 






150 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STBEET, LONDON. 



CUErWDOWS TOOTH POBCEPS (eonHmud). 

6 e 





12 






13 





10 




14 





11 




16 




O 



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iO 



S..MAW & SON, 11. ALDEESGATE STREET. LONDON. 



151 



CLElfDOlTS TOOTH FORCEPS (continued). 



16 



17 



18 






CLENDON 



£ a. d. 

■Q TOOTH FORCEPS, excismg, curved and straight, as Fig. 1 and 2 . per pair 5 6 
for lower bicuspids, as Fig. 3 ' nan 

-• '"''"''" " t- 6 

•• ■""^'^ " I .■ ■' ' 6 

„ stnmps „ o " 

stumps, where crown has broken off, as Fig. 7 
<• " " ' per pair 6 

„ for upper bicuspids, as Fig. 8 . . • • ^ • " g 6 

II *» ' i» " * * * ' n A n 

incisors and canines, as Fig. 10 . • n 
molars, 1st, left and right, as Fig. 11 and 12 
" " " perpair 6 

2nd, ,1 M ^ig- 18 and 14 

II " „ II -i perpair 6 

stumps, as Fig. 15 • • " 

stumps, where crown has been broken off, 'eft 

and right, as Fig. 16 and 17 . .perpair 6 

19 20 • 21 






CLENDON'S STUMP FORCEPS, square-pointed, the set of three, as Fig. .19. 20, and 21 . 1 11 C 



152 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEES&ATE STREET, LONDON. 






CLENDON'S ELEVATOES. 
2 .^3 



DBXJITT'S roacEPs. 






n 



8. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 153 



r 



£ a. a. 

OLENDON'S ELEVATOR, aa Fig. 1, curved, lett ..060 

„ 2 „ right 6 

" 8. »t^" ■ • • • II 

„ „ 4, swivel " '' 

COMMON TOOTH FORCEPS, curved or straight per pair 2 

for children " 2 

9 
„ ,, „ for stamps >• " ' 

DRUITT'S FORCEPS, for lower bioospids, as Fig. 4 .. 7 

molars „ 3 .......••• .. 07 

„ „ „ stumps .,6 . • 

,, ■ „ for upper bicospids and incisors, as Fig. 7 >> "7 

„ molars, left and right, as Fig. 1 & 2 7 

stamps, as Fig. 5 .- 7 

EXCAVATING INSTRUMENTS, in steel handles per doz. o lb 

FILES, assorted patterns • " , „ , 

FILE-HOLDERS, mounted in ivory, smaU and large • • each ^/8 ana u 4 

GOLD LEAF, for stopping teeth . P" ^«** ° ^ 



FIG. 1. 



K) 




GUM LANCET, plain skeleton handle 

. „ . „ 2 blades • • • 

.. B ,. ...... •- • 

spring back handle. 1 blade 

„ .,2 blades . • • 

.. 8 .. '"'^'8-l • • 7 

guarded, to protect the gums of children 



10 



PIG. 2. 







INDIA-HUBBEB SYRINGE, irith fine sUver pipe for iiyeoting thp cavities, as Fig. 2 .each 4 

LEAD FOIL, for stopping . . , per book 1 

MOUTH MIRRORS, mounted in ivory, hinged " ° 

„ plain 4 

" - 1 

,, ., in rosewood " 

„ in silver 17 



154 S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STEEET, LONDON. 

£ s. d. 

MOUTH MIBROKS, steel each 2 3 

„, „ with pearl handles „ 036 

„ „ with shell „ „ 086 

PHOSPHATE OF LIME, for stopping per doz. packets 090 

PLATINUM FOIL, for stopping per sheet 16 

PIG. L 




BOSE-HEAO DBILL, with oniTersal joint, mounted in ivory handle, as Fig. 1 18 6 

„ „ ' with Anted steel handles, extra 014 

„ „ of snperioT constmction, and great strength 1 10 

TOOTH ELEVATORS AND PUNCHES. 
1 2 3 





V ' 



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S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 155 



SAUNDERS- SET OF THBEE ELEVATOES, in ebony handlee, as Fig. 12 3 6 fi 

SCALING INSTBUMENTS, in ivory handleB ........ .' each 2;, and 2 6 

" " in steel handles nnr dn^ n ir n 

SILVEB FOIL, for stopping ...:.■ 'p^ sheet Si I 

STOPPING INSTBUMENTS, in ivory handles each 2/-, and 2 6 

" '< in steel „ • ner dn? n ifi n 

STRAIGHT ELEVATOB. BeU's. as Fig. 4 ^ I I ? 

PUNCH, as Fig. 5 1 9 

■ • • * per ounce 9 6 



SUCCEDANEUM 









10 



11 



12 






156 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



13 



TOUES' FOBCEPS (eontimud). 
14 16 



16 







TOMES' CIBCUIiAB-JOINTED TOOTH FOBCEPS,— 

For lower bionspids, as Fig. 1 per pair 

„ incisors „ 2 

„ molars „ 3 

For 2nd and Srd lower molars, as Fig. 4, 5, and 6 

For lower stamps, as Fig. 7 

,, „ where the crown has been broken off, as Fig. 8 

For npper bicnspids, as Fig. 9 . 

„ incisors „ 10 

„ molars, left and right, as Fig. 11 and 12 

For upper roots, as Fig. 13 

„ stamps ,, 14 

„ „ left and rights where the crown has been broken oft^ as Fig. 15 and IS 

per pair 

12 3 



£ : d. 



7 






TOMES' PUNCHES, cnrvedandstraigfat, incheqa6redebon;handle8,asFig. 1, 2, andS.each 4 

TOOTH KET, in ebony handle, large or small ebony, 8/- ; ivoiy 11 

„ „ with revolving ftaleram to act on either side of the month withont moving the 

daws 10 

„ „ with revolving plate on the ftaloram, in ebony handle 9 

,. .. M in ivory handle 11 

„ „ „ „ „ „ with spring bolt for shifting claws, 

ebony, 10/6 ; ivory, 11 

„ „ „ „ „ „ with spring bolts, and spring handle . . 17 

„ „ „ „ „ „ ditto, ditto, with eitra key for children . 1 12 






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157 



TEOCAES. 



No. 1 SET OP THREE TBOCABS, mounted in chequered ebony handles and silTer ferrules, 
namely— Abdominal Trocar, Ascites ditto. Hydrocele ditto, in morocco case ... ' i 

No. 2 SET OF POUB TBOCABS, mounted in chequered ebony handles and aUver feirnles, 
namely— Abdominal Trocar, Ascites ditto, ourved ditto, for puncturing the bladder, and 
Hydrocele Trocar, in morocco case ' « 

FIQ. 1. 



£ $. d. 



6 6 



7 




(^ 



It often occurs after an operation, that the Trocar is put away without being wiped dry, and the con- 
sequence is, that when required again for use, it is found so rusty as to be utterly useless ; the plan of 
haWng two separate compartments (one for the Trocar and the other for the Canula), as Fig. 1, entirely 
removes these objections ; the Oanula may be put away without being wiped, and yet not interfere with the 
Trocar. 

ABDOMINAL TEOOAE AND SILVEB CANULA, in chequered ebony handle and sUver ferrule 9 

" " I. « in ebony case, as Fig. 1 9 

" >• ■• ,, in plain ebony handle 7 

PI&. 2. 




PIG. 3. 





ASCITES TEOCAE, in chequered ebony handle and silver ferrule, as Fig. 2 o 8 

11 II in ebony ease, as Fig. 1 .08 

II I, in plain ebony handle 6 

no. 4. 




BLADDEB TBOOAB, curved, as Fig. 4, for puncturing the bladder per rectum ..... 11 6 




COCK'S SET OF THBEB TROCABS AND . 8ILVEB CANTJLA8. with; two probes, in 

ease, as Fig> 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 ' 2 12 6 

COCK'S TBOOAB AND SILVER OANULA, for paracentesis thoracis 18 



PIG. IL 




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S. MA.W & SON, 11, ALDEES&ATE STEBET, LONDON. 



159 



PIG. 12. 




£ t. d. 

EXPLOBING TEOCAB, in ebony handle, as Fig. 12 . 5 3 

FLAI TEOCAB AND SILVEE CANULA, large . Oil 6 

„ „ „ middle 10 

II , I, II small, for hydrocephalus 080 

PIG. 13. 




FOSTEE'S SYPHON TEOCAE, mounted in sterling sUTer, as Fig. 18 

PIG. 14. 



1 17 




HYDBOCELE TEOCAB, with silver Cannla, in plain ebony handle .........056 

II 11 II in ebony case, as Fig. 1 ..070 

II II II in ebony handle, as Fig. 14 6 6 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, with glass syiinge, as Fig. 16, in case, complete ........ 16 6 

PIG. 15. 




IVOBY-MOUNTED GLASS SYEINGE, with platinum point, for hydrocele, as Fig. 16 

PIG. 16. 



5 




f ti- 



LONG FINE POINTED TEOCAB AND SILTEB CANULA, with India-robber botUe, for 

punotnting and injecting deep-seated abscesses, fitted in boxwood case, as Fig. 16 ... 13 



PIG. 17. 




OVAEIOTOMY SYPHON TEOCAB, Spencer Wells!, for emptying the cyst, three sizes, 

as Fig. 17 each, 45/-, 54/-, and 3 3 



160 



3. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESaATE 8TEEET, LONDON. 



PIG. 18. 




0VAKI0T0MYSYPH0KTUBULABTB0CAB.Sp6nc6r Wells'. «, Pig. 18 i lo o 

" " " It with spring handle i je n 

" ■" • " " ■ .1 and hooks to hold the 
2 12 6 

PIG. 19. 



pedicle 




XI> 



™°Fig^^ ^^^^ '"'* ^°'^^° OANULA.with stop^k. for 



paracentesis thoracis, 



16 6 



PIG. 20. 




SYPHON TROOAB. and SILVEB CANULA, with stop-cock, for paracentesis thoracis, and 

India-mbber bag attached, as Fig. 20 . ion 

After the intn^uetion of the instrmnent. the Trocar is withdrawn ftom the Canula. slidthe 
stop-cock shut ofl. to aUow of the India-rubber tube being attached ; it is then again turned 
on, and the fluid at once flows into the India-mbber bag. 

21 



22 



22a 

SWHONTBOCAB. mounted, with Sil^^Canola sad side branch . . large. 30/- ; middle. 1 4 
"21 and 22. . ." " " " "^d 'ith stop-cock, as Pig.' 




Pig. 21 represents the instrument when introduced. 



large, 37/-; middle, 1 12 



Pig. 22 and 22a represents the instrument when the Trocar U withdrawn. 



O1 



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FIG. 23. 




24 



26 





£ 8. d. 
TBACHEOTOMT TBOOAB and DOUBLE SILVEK CANULA, Hilton's, in case, as Fig.. 

23, 24, and 25 .. 18 



TRUSSES. 



iteasurematt required: — ciratmference of the body one inch below the hips. 

PIG. L 




COLES' PATENT DOUBLE TEUBB, as Tig. 1 



14 



PIG. 2. 




COLES' PATENT SINGLE TRUSS, as Fig. 2 



7 



162 S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEET, LONDON. 



Pia. 3. 




COLES' IMPROVED PATENT DOUBLE TRUSS, as Fig. 8 

SINGLE 



s s. a. 
1 G 
14 



The above are adapted to ororal, femoral, ingamal, or scrotal hernia. 

PIG. 4. 




COMMON DOUBLE TRUSSES, circular, covered with basil and chamois, as Fig. 4 per doz. 2 

II II 11 II „ with red leather „ 2 14 

II 11 II II „ with stoat calf, and lined with jean „ 2 14 

PIG. 6. 




COMMON DOUBLE TRUSSES, ciroalar, with sUdes for altering the size, as Fig. 6, per doz. 2 14 

PIG. 6. 




COMMON SINGLE TRUSSES, circular, covered with basU andchamois leather, warranted best 

springs, as Fig. 6...... Hin'n 

COMMON SINGLE TRUSSES, covered Willi red leather .' .' .' .' .' .' .' .' ;^'y- J ^J J 
" " ' " II stout calf, and lined with jean ... „ 1 10 



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FIO. 7. 




£ ». d. 
MOO-MAIN TEU8S, with lever spring pad, band made of leather, as Fig. 7, single, 9/-, double 18 

PIG. 8. 




TEUSS FOB PROLAPSUS ANI, with ivory pad, as Fig. 8 1 1 

This truss may be had with leather band only, for th» body, and the pad of any soft material. 



PIG, 9. 




TRUSS FOR PROLAPSUS UTERI, as Fig. . . . .1st qmUity, 37/6; 2nd, 25/-; 3rd, 17 6 



u 2 



^^ S- MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 



PIQ. 10. 




SAJUaON * ODT-S EXPKED PATENT DOUBLE TBUSSES. «u> Fig. 10 . . . per doz. ! 18 

PIG. IL 




SALMON Sc OCT'S EXPIKED PATENT SINGLE TBUS8ES, as Fig. 11 

PIG. 12. 



per doz. 2 




TBU8S FOB SCROTAL HERNU, with elongoted pad, as Fig. 12. . double, 10/- ; single, 6 

ira. 13. 




TRUSS FOR UMBILICAL HERNIA, as Fig. 13, from 3G to 42 in.. 9/- ; 42 in. and upwards, 12 6 
Measurement required :-eiroumference of tlio body in a line with the umbilicus. 



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UEINALS, INDIi-RUBBER, 



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165 



106 



S. MA"W & SON, 11, ALDERS&ATE STEEET, LONDON. 



£ s. d. 

intniALS, HALE, for day nse and railway traTelling, as Fig. 2 each 10 

„ 12 6 

„ 12 6 

, 12 

„ i2 e 

, 12 6 

12 



for night ose, as Fig. 4 

„ with doable chamber, as Fig. 5 . 

for railway travelling 

to contain penis and scrotnm entire, as Fig. 3 . 
for night and day nse, as Fig. 6 . . . . 
URINALS, FEMALE, for night or day nse, as Fig. 1 . . . , 





The band should hackle round the hips, jast below the haanch bones, the reservoir passing down the 
leg, to which it is attached by a strap. The valve at B prevents the retam of the flaid, which, by means 
of a stop-cock at D, may be ejected when required. 

FOR URINALS IN EARTHENWARE AND GLASS, see page 88. 



O'l 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STEEBT, LONDON. 



167 



DEINAEY CABMETS, TEST GLASSES, 
AND URINOMETEES. 




HIGHLErs CLINICAL CABINET OP APPABATUS AND REAGENTS, for examinmg 
the nrme, &c; as eeleoted by Dr. Lionel Beale; consiating of Urinometer, in case. 
Graduated 2m)iu Meaenr., Hpette. Stirring-rod, Microscopic SUdes and thin Glass, 
^ Watch Glasses. Bottle for washing Precipitates, Test-tobos. Tube-holder, brass Forceps' 

V_; Blowpipe, Platinum Foil uid Wire. Spirit Lamp with wire ring. Test Papers, and seveii 

Highley's Capped Dropping Botaes for the foUowing reagents :-Nitrie Add, Acetic Acid. 

Ammonia, Potash, Nitrate of Baiytea. Nitrate of Silver, and Oxalate of Ammonia 

LENS, Coddington's. aet in German silver 

„ Stanhope • _ 

LITMUS BOOKS .... ;, J \ ' ' ' 

per doz., blue, 1/2 • red 

PBOUT-S URINAET CABINET, in case, with Drop Tube, Graduated Trial Glass, Pipette 

Spint Lamp, three Add Bottles, Test-tubes, Thermometer, and Urinometer 

PBOUT'S URINAB7 CABINET, small size 

TEST GLASSES, graduated 

, each 

" 11 with feet, from 9 OS. ... m , 

2/- and 

TTJEMERIO BOOKS ... 

. • . . per doz. 

UBINOMETEB. glass 

>, glass, with test glasses, in case 

»• »» .1 Mid thermometer, in flat case 

,. metal, electro gilt 

I) silver ....... 



£ «. d. 



2 10 





8 





4 


6 


1 


6 


1 10 





1 6 





1 


6 


3 





1 


2 


8 


6 


6 


6 


12 


6 


11 


6 


17 


6 




168 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STREET, LONDON. 



UTEEIKE INSTRUMENTS, &c. 




2 3 4 





o : 




AVELING'S POLYPTBITE, for polypus in utero, as Fig. 1 

BABNES- SET OP THREE INDIA-BUBBEB BAGS, with stop'-^^ks' and "sy^nge, '&; 
dilatiiig the os uteri ... j — o . « 

BENNETT'S SET OF THBEE IN8TBUMENTS for' the ;tenas: ^.nristLg' ofloaoirti; 

Holder with silver cap, three-bladed Lint Holder, and Scarifying Lancet, in ebony 

handles, in case, as Fig. 3, 3. and 4 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, unscrewing 

BLUNDELL'S TBACtiEA TUBE, silver 



eliding 



CLARK'S FEMALE CATHETER, see Catheters, page 31. 



£ «. (L 
1 12 

10 



18 6 

1 12 

4 

6 6 



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169 



FEMALE OATHETEBS, elastic . . 
„ „ electro-plated 

„ „ metallio . 

„ silTer. . . 



see Catheteis, page 31. 



no. 6. 




FEMALE XTRETHBA DILATOR, aa Fig. 5 . 



£ 8. (I. 

2 4 



PIG. 6. 




FEMALE CBETHBA DILATOB, as Fig. 6. 
„ „ „ Simpson's 



10 
14 



PIO. 7. 



FOBOEPS, in ebony handle, for use with speoolom, as Fig. 7 



FIG. 8 



4 6 




FORCEPS, with rack, for polypus in atero, as Pig. 8 10 



170 S. MAW &' SON, 11, ALDERSGATE STREET, LONDON. 



PIG. 9, 




FRaiNUM SCISSORS, oa Pig. 9 



£ a. d. 
2 




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S: MA"W & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 171 

£ «. d. 

GOOCH'S DOUBLE OANULA, German Bilyer, electro-plated, for polypus in utero, plain . . 12 G 

„ „ „ ,1 ..,.,, . with rack, as Fig. 10 ... 18 6 

„ „ ,. ailTer, plain 110 

„ ,. ,1 ' „ with rack, as Fig. 10 1 IS 

GBEENHALGH'S INSTBUMENT, FOE HYSTEEOTOMY . . 2 IC 

LEE'S OANULA, with trocar point for inducing premotare labour, electro-plated, as Fig. 11 . 10 

„ ,1 ., „ „ „ silver, hall-marked ... 1 4 6 

LEECH CAGE, perforated for applying leeches to the os uteri 080 

„ TUBE, glass, for ditto, ditto 020 

„ „ metal, for ditto, ditto ..03C 

LONG SPBING FOBCEPS, for use with speculum, curred and straight, as Fig. 12 

andU ...... ^ each 046. 



14 



15 



16 



17 








••!• ^ 



172 3. MAW «fe SON, 11, ALDEBS GATE STEEET, LONDON. 

BOUTH'S INSTRUMENT FOR HTSTBROTOMT. cutting outwards, aa Pig. U 2 /q 6 

SIMPSON'S EXPLORING TROCAR 

INSTRUMENT FOB HYSTEROTOMY, as Fig. 15 ..... i ig q 

. .. SILVER PORTE OAUSTIQUE. for applying cauatio to the uterus! ! . 1 IG 

SOUND FOR THE UTERUS, as Fig. 16 

SPECULUMS, see pages 189 to 142. 

SPECULUM FORCEPS, as Fie. 17 . 

^ 8 

SPONGE TENTS, for dUating the os uteri— . 

No. 1 2 3 4 6 

1"/^ 14/. 19/. 29/- 38/- per doz. 

PIG. 18. 




UTERUS FORCEPS, as Fig. 18 



8 



FIG. 18. 




UTERUS SCISSORS, as Fig. 10 10/- and 11 



PIG. 20. 




VAGINA DILATOR, electrc.ploted and gilt, as Fig. 20 



14 



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S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATE STREET, LONDON. 



173 



TETERINIET SUEGEONS' INSTRUMENTS. 

DISSECTITJO INSTRUMENTS. 

A SET, consisting of— Six Scalpels in ebony handles. Scissors, Spring Forcopa, set of Cliain 

Hooks, and Blow-pipe, in neat mahogany case 100 

Ditto, ditto, in ivoiy handles -. . . • 1 5 G 



POCKET INSTETJMENTS. 

No. 1 SET, mounted in boffiilo-hom handles, consisting of— Fleam with patent boct. 
Scalpel, Drawing Knife, Castrating Knife, Nicking Knife, curved Bistoury, Seton Needle, 
Abscess and Bleeding Lancet, Director, Spatula, Bowelling Bistoury, Spring Forceps, 
straight Scissors, Hook and Tenaculum, two silver Probes, and six improved Sntm-e 
Needles, in morocco case 3G6 

No. 2 SET, mounted in buffalo-horn handles, consisting of— Fleam with patent back. 
Scalpel, Drawing Knife, Bistoury, Bleeding Lancet, silver Probe, straight Scissors, and 
Spring Forceps, Seton Needle, and four Suture Needles, in morocco case 117 



POST-MOKTEM INSTKTJMENTS. 

A SET OF POST-MOBTEM INSTBUMENTS, consisting of— Blow-pipe, Cartflage Knife, 
CatJin, Chain Hooks, Chisel, Needles, six Scalpels, Scissors, and Spring Forceps, in ma- 
hogany case . 2 15 



kms^ 



[ico, 9'- ; flannel 



teer doz. 
- each 



ABSCESS LANCETS, in buffalo scales .- per doz 

BALLING GUN, Goodwin's 

lEON, black ./.'0KOa. 

„ bright • J • /""^"^v'"- 

,1 „ Vamdell's sliding I hJ.(. \o' 

BANDAGES \\A . j^ ^^ 

BI8T0UBY, with concealed blade ....... \.'^\ . 

BISTOURY, curved, in buffalo \^\. 

BLEEDING LANCETS, in buffalo ....... '«fr^.! 

BLOOD CANS, graduated, from one to six quarts . . \.'. i^' 

„ STICKS, hard wood . ><\_ .' .y •' .' per doz" 

OATHBTEES, elastic gum, with stiUettes of whalebone .'.-...' each 

„ metal, for mares . ...... 

CASTING HOBBLES . . . ..r ■'"''!!!.. per ^t 

CASTRATING CLAMS, with iScit . each 

„ KNIFE, in bnflilo 

CLTSTEH PIPES, in hard wood . . per doz 

DOOKINO MACHINES, in rosewood . . . . each 

DRENCHING HOBNS, see page 122. 

DRAWING KNIVES, in buffalo handles ....... eh 

in stag handles, fixed . ............' .' per doz. 



1 8 
1 10 
5 

7 

1 1 

16 

1 1 

6 

1 8 
5 
18 
7 
5 
5 5 
17 6 
4 6 

17 6 

1 1 



4 
12 6 



A 



174 



S. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEB8GATE STEEET, LONDON. 



£ a. 

FLEAMS, motmted in brass handles . ... . . Iblada, 8/-; 2 blades, 4/9 j 8 blades 6 

•• .. in buffalo handles 1 blade, 4/-; 2 blades, 5/9; 3 blades. 7' 



PIG. 1. 




FLEAM, with improved spring, in case, as Fig. 1 . . 18 

DiBBcnoNS FOB UsB.— Take the instrument in the left hand, and having placed the handle B upon 
the square C, pull it towards you in the direction of D, untU it stops. . 'When ready tor operating, place 
the sUde-gnord E Brmly on the vein, when, by pressing .the button A, the blade vrill pass freely into the 
latter, and return instanUy to its sheath. The depth of incision can be regulated with great precision by 
the slide guard, which is furnished with a rack in connection with the spring stop F. 

FLEAM, with patent back, in buffalo handle q 

FIRING IKONS, black, in fixed handles elich 

„ „ „ set of six, screwing into one handle i 

" •• ''"e'^' each 

i> „ „ set of six, screwing into one handle j 

FOAL HOOKS, for dead foaJs each 



for live foals 



OAOS 



GOWLING'S SLIDE CHISEL ; . . 

GUM LANCET ....... 

HOOK AND TENACULUM, combined . . . . 

MANE PULLER 

MILKING TUBES ! "! «ich 1/9 and 

NICKING KNIVES, in buffolo handles . •. . . . each 

PROBANGS, elastic-gum ^ 

„ „ for sheep • 

„ leather^ with spiral lining, mounted in horn, with whalebone stilette . . 

PROBES, electro-plated each 

" silver each 1/9. 

whalebone each 1/4, 2/-, 

RASPS for grinders, black each 

. M „ bright 

It „ „ guarded 

REPELLER , _ " 

BOWELLING BISTOURY . . 

SCISSORS 

SCALPEL, in buffalo handle , 

SCISSORS, for clipping and trimming 

SETON NEEDLES, in buffalo hondles each 

„ „ in steel, of various lengths per inch 

,. >, Sewell's set of four (C, 8, 12, and 16 inches), with socket handle ... 

I, „ sliding, which may be introduced blunt to any depth, and will cut only 

when required 



19 



1 18 
8 



18 
17 
2 



8 6 
2 8 
5 3 



14 
5 



110 



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8. MAW & SON, 11, ALDEESGATB STEEBT, LONDON. 



175 



'•■)'■ * ». <j. 

STETHOSCOPES each 7 

TBOCABS, foriueroiiighoTedoattle „ 10 



■■^ : 



\Q} 
o 



1 . 



I.O 



PIG. 2. 




VETERINABt OtYSTEB SYRINGE AND STOMACH PUMP, with pipe for Sheep and 

s, Slo., capable of injecting any qoantity of fluid, in case, as Fig. 2 230' 



PIG. 3. 




VETEBINABY SYRINGE, with tapering pipe, ae Fig. 3 . 
YETEBINABY SYRINGES, pewter, see pages 186 and 187. 



per doz., 2 oz., 10/6 ; 3 oz., 14 



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