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PREFACE 



In compiling the present issue of the " Index," the import- 
ance of correctness was fully realized, and in its preparation the 
utmost care was exercised accordingly. Owing, however, to the 
great difficulty experienced in obtaining complete files of tlio 
medical journals, dependence, of necessity, was placed to a con- 
siderable extent upon the work of disinterested parties. 

If errors have crept in through this cause, it should not be 
attributed to carelessness. 

Complete files of American, Canadian, nnd the leading Brit- 
ish journals are already in hand, from which the '^ Index " for 
1878 is being compiled under the personal supervision of 

The Author. 



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THE FOLLOWING JOURNALS ARE REPRESENTED IN THE 

INDEX 

VOB 

1877. 



Aoierloan Journal of Iitsanity. f 

American Journal of Medical Sciences. 

American Journal of Obstetrlcfl. 

American Journal of Pharmacy. 

American Medical Bi-Weekly. 

American Medical Journal (£.). 

American Supplement to Obstetrical Journal 
of Great Britain and Ireland. 

American Veterinary Review. 

American Homoeopathist. 

American Observer (H.). 

American Practitioner. 

Archives of Clinical Surgery. 

Archives of Dermatology. 

Archives of Opthalmology and Otology. 

Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Bu.falo Medical and Surgical Journal. 

California Medical Times (H.). 

Canada Medical Record. 

Canada Medical and S Lirgical Journal. 

Canada Lancet. 

Canadian Journal of Medical Science. 

Charleston Medical Journal and Review. 

Chicago Journal of Nervous and Mental 
Disease. 

Chicago Medical Journal tind Examiner. 

Chicago Medical Times. 

Cincinnati Lancet and Observer. 

Cincinnati Medical Advance (H.). 

Cincinnati Medical News. 

Detroit Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Eclectic Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Hahnemannian Monthly. 



Homoeopathic Times. 

Louisville Medical News. 

Maryland Medical Journal. 

Medical Brief. 

Medical News and Library. 

Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery. 

New England Medical Gazette (H.). 

New Oilcans Medical and 8u gical Journal. 

New Remedies. 

New York Medical Eclectic. 

New York Medical Journal. 

New York Medical Record. 

North American Journal of Homoeopathy. 

Northwesteru Annalist (H,). 

Ohio Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Ohio Medical and Surgical Repoi-ter (H.). 

Ohio Medical Recorder. 

Pacific Medical and Surgical Journal. 

Philadelphia Medical and Surgical Reporter. 

Philadelphia Medical Times. 

Physician and Pharmacist. 

Quarterly Cancer Journal (E.). 

Quarterly Journal of Inebriety. 

Richmond and Louisville Medical Joui'nal. 

Southern Medical Record. 

St. Louis Clinical Record. 

St. Louis Medical and Surgical Journal. 

The CUnic. 

The Sanitarian. 

Toledo Medical and Surgical Journal. 

U. S. Medical Investigator (H.). 

Virginia Medical Monthly. 

Western Lancet. 



INDEX. 



CLASSIFIED BY SUBJECTS. 



Abattoir*. The Sanitary Questions Concerning 

and tlio SliiMiilitcrlnjc lUisiness ta New 

York. (Jauns.) The Sanitarian, July. 

Abies Nigra. (Alien.) Ilahnemannian Monthly, 
Oct. 

Abnormalities. Notes on . (Sbepherd.) Ca- 
nada Med. und Snt: Jour., June. 



— Of the Cornea. (9m)th.) Detroit Med. Jour., 

July. 

Abscesses. On Rctro-Pharyngeal . (Pe- 
ters.) Ohio Med. at>d Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Absorption. Of the Vaginal Mucus Membraue. 

(Easloy.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., July 28. 
AAAnminnHatlnn and Refi-action. In relation 



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INDEX FOR 1878." 



The " Indkx " for IkS/S is now in active preparation, 
and will be issued about the ist of March, 1879. 

To the American and Canadian list will be added the 
leading- Journals of Great Britain and Ireland. 

In the Author Classification, the Address as well as 
the Name, will be giv'en, thus makiui^ a Comj)lete Register 
of the Contributors for the curi'ent year. 

The price will remain unchanged — viz : One Dollar. 



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- Case of Unilateral Cerebellar — ^ and Tumors 
without rorsistence of Symptoms. (Hughes.) 
Vhicaffo Jour. Kerv. and Menl. IHs., Oct. 

- Cerebral and Diluted Bronchi. (Uutchin- 

son.) Phila. Med. Times, Aug. 18. 

-Cold or Fracture of Joints. (Tagen.; 

Hoineo. Times, Sept. 

- Case of Psojis following Excision of Tes- 
ticle. (Feuwick.) Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., 
June. 

-Psoas opened. (Wall.) Buffalo Med. and 

Sur. Jour.,A(iv. 

- Case of Porincphritio . (Forsyth.) y. Y. 

Med. Bee. , Oct. 20. 

- Post SteiTial . (Keen.) Phila. Med. Times, 

June 0. 

-Ti.reo Cases of Pelvic . (McGraw.) De- 
troit Med. Jour., Sept. 

- An ICxtraordinary Case of Bilnry commu- 
nicating with the Riglit liroohus. (Simuiuus.) 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 



Acute RhenTnatism. (uouum.^ vtH. ijoneet 
aud Obs., March. 

— Salicylic in Acute Rheumatism, (Conway.) 
Va. Med. Monthh/, May. 

— On the Therapeutical Uses of Salicylic 

and Its Salts. (Dessau.) N. Y.Med, liec., April 1. 

-Solvent lor Salicyllo . (Edmiston.) Chi 

cago Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

— Salicylic . (Flowers.) Va. Med. Monthly, 

March. 

— Salicylic In Kheumatism. (Grlswold.) 

Cal. Med. Times, July. 

— Salloyllo . (Hale.) North Am. Jour. Ho- 

vieo.,Feb. 

-Salicylic in Septic Fever. (Hale.) V. S. 

Med. Investigator (II. >, Feb. 1. 

— Salicylic . (Hoffman.) TI. S. Med. Investi- 
gator (II.), Jan. 13. 

— Salicylic and its Salts. (Kinsman.) Ohio 

Mvd. Ilccordcr, Sept. 

— SiiUcylio in Acute Rheumatism. (Per- 

riu.) Phila. Med. and Stir. Hep., March 8. 



TBE FOLLOWING JOURNALS ARE RKPRESfCNTED IN THE 

INDEX 

IDS 

1877. 



Cincinnati Medical News. 
Detroit Medical and Surgical Journal. 
Eclectic Medical and Surgical Journal. 
Habneniannian Monthly. 



Toledo Medical and Surgical Journal. 
U. S. Medical Investigator (H.). 
Virginia Medical Monthly. 
Western Lancet. 



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INDEX. 



CLASSIFIED BY SUBJECTS. 



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Abattoirs. The Sanitary Qiientlons CnnoerninR 

and tho 81iiiii;Ut(>riii)< ItusinoHH lu Kt)W 

York. (Jauos.) The Sunilariun, July. 

AbiflB Nigra. (Allen.) Ilahnemannian Monthly, 
Oct. 

Abnonnalltlos. Notes on . (Sliepherd.) Ca- 

iiuda JUcil. und Snr. Jour., June. 

Aborting Variola Eruptions. On . (Hal- 

doiuuuu.) Cin, Lavcel tttiit Oha., July. 

— On . A Rcjolutior to Uc. llildictu's Reply. 

(Iluldeiuauu.) Cin. Lancet and Oba., Dec. 

Abortion. After Twin Prepnaucy. (Bacon.) 
i'/it/a. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 17. 

— The TrcMitmcnt of . (Logan.) Louisville 

Med. Ncivs, Feb. 8. 

— Its Symptoms and Treatment. (Penrose.) N. 
r. Med. Hec, Dee. 29. 

— Consequent on Fatty DoRencratlon of tho Pla- 
centn. (Suv^ry.) Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

— Sudden lieath During Attpmptod . (Shi- 

monek.) I'hila. Med. and Sur. lirp., Feb. 17. 

— Tho Cause and Prevention of Repented . 

(Waddcll.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 
and March. 

— Of Twins. (Wilson.) Phila. Med. Times, April 
14. 

Abscess. Case of Supposed of tho Medias- 
tinum. (Bauer.) St. Louis Clin. JCee., Jan. 

—Unusual form of . (BeuU.) St. Louis Clin. 

Rec., May. 

— Case of Intra-Abdomlnal . (Bowlosby.) 

N. V. Med. Eclectic, May. 

— Retro-Pharyugeal iis a Sequel of Diphthe- 
ria. (Brown.) N. Y. Med. Rcc, Feb. 3. 

— lu the Gastro-Hepatio Omentum. (Catter- 
molo.) Canada Lancet, May. 

— Hepatic Aspirated with a Davidson's Syr- 
inge. (Hand.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
March '24. 

— Case of Perltyphylltlo . (Clarke.) JV. Y. 

Med. Rec Sciit. 20. 

— Case of I'critnihylltie . (Ely.) N. T. Med. 

Rec, Setil. 29. 

— Of tlio Brain, tho Result of Chronic Otitis 
Media. (Coomos.) Louisville Med. News, Oct. 
20. 

— Case of Unilateral Cerebellar and Tumors 

witliout P('r8i8t<^noo of Symptoms. (Hughes.) 
Chicago Jour, fi'erv. and Ment. Dis., Oct. 

— Cerebral and Dilated Bronchi. (Ilutchin- 

sou.) Phila. Med. Times, Aug. 18. 

— Cold or Fracture of Joints. (Tagen.) 

Homeo. Times, Sept. 

— Case of Prto.is following Excision of Tes- 
ticle. (Feuwiuk.) Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., 
June. 

— Psoas opened. (Wall.) 

Sur. Jour., Aov. 

— Case of Periupphritio , 

Med. Rec., Oct. 20. 

— Post Sternal . (Keen.) 

.Jnned. 

— Ti.ree Cases of Pelvic — 
troit Med. Jour., Sept. 

— All K.xtraordinary Case of Bilary commu- 

ni(:atinK with the Ri>;lit Brochus. (Simmons.) 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 



Buffalo Med. and 

. (Forsyth.) N. Y. 

Phila. Med. Times, 

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— Of tho Comcft. (Smith.) Detroit Med, Jour., 
July. 

Abscesses. On Retro-Pharyugeal . (Pe- 
ters.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour,, Oct. 

Absorption. Of tho Vaginal Mucus Membrane. 
(Easley.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., July 28. 

Accommoflatlon and Refraction. Tu relation 
to Catarrhal Conjunctivitis, Blepharitis and 
Headache. (Wuodyatt.) U. 8. Med. Investiga- 
tor (U.), Aug. 15. 

Acid. The ofWil!owBark. (Dott.) Am. Jour. 

Phnr., Dec. 

— T^iomhydrlo . (Church.) New Rem., June. 

— Carbolic In Eye Sui-gery. (Chisolm.) Va. 

Med. Monthly, Dec. 

— Injection of Carbolic In Hemorrhoids. 

(Pooley.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jotir., Nov. 

— Carbolic as an Antiseptic. (Wish.) Am. 

Jour. I'har., Aug. 

— Cresotiiiio in Acute Articular Rheuma- 
tism. (Kdebohls.) N. Y. Med. Hec, Ma)/ a. 

— Use of Gallic in Phthisis. (Marshall.) 

Phila. Med. and Sttr. Rep.. May 6. 

— Hydrobromio and Quinine. (Vrcorman.) 

N. Y. Med. Rec. April 21. 

— Hydrobromio In Prescriptions. (Wade.) 

Detroit Med. .Tour., Oct. 

— Action of Nitrate on Symp of Iodide of 

Iron. (Betz.) Am.Jour.Phar.,Dec 

— On tho Application of Fuming Nitric to 

tholntcrior of the Uterus. (Alloway.) Canada 
Med. Rcc, April. 

— Application of Nltrio to the Uterine Cav- 
ity. (Campbell.) Canada Med. Rec, April. 

~ Nitric in Uterine Ulceration. (Wood- 
bury.) Med. Brief, Dee. 

— Nitric in Erysipelas, Paerperal Fever and 

Diphtheria. (Pramer.) TJ. 8. Med. Investiga- 
tor (jr.), Feb. 1. 

— The J'reparation of Concentrated Nitric . 

(Trimble.) Am. .Tour. Phar., Nov. 

— Picric . (Jones.) Am. Observer (IT.), Aug. 

— Salicvlio In Lumbago. (Calfec.) Louis- 

ville Med. News, Jan. 6. 

— Tiio Effect of Salicylic in s'x cases o^ 

Acute Rheumatism. (Collins.) Cin. Lancet 
and Obs., Manh. 

— Salicylic in Acute Rheimiatism. (Conway.) 
Va. Med. Monthly, May. 

— On the Therapeutical Uses of Salicylic — 
and Its Salts. (Dessau.) N. Y.Med. Rec, Ajirill. 

— Solvent lor Salicylic . (Edmiston.) Chi 

caf/o Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

— Salicylic . (Flowers.) Ya. 2led. Monthly, 

March. 

— Salicylic In Rheumatism. (Griswold.) 

Cat. Aied. Times, July. 

— Siillcylio . (Hale.) North Am. Jour. Ho- 

Hiff)., Feb. 

— Sallcyiic in Septic Fever. (Halo.) TJ. S. 

Med. Juvesligalor (II.j, Feb. i, 

— Siiilcylio (Iloll'mau.) U. S. Med. InvestU 

galm- (U.), Jan. 15. 

— Siilicylio and its Salts. (Kinsmau.) Ohio 

Mid. Recorder, Sept. 

— StUicylio in Acute Rheumatism. (Per- 

riu.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., March 3. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



— Ballcyllo in the Treatment of Acute 

Kheumatlsm. (Roberts.) Va. Med. Monthly, 
Feb. 

— Salycyllo as an Antl-Rbeumatlc. (Sea- 
bury.) Med. Brief, May. 

— Salicylic in liliopntlilo Erysipelas. (Spen- 

zer.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Sept. 

— Salicylic — in Malnriiil Fever. (Stonebrak- 
cr.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Dec. 1. 

— Salicylic as an Autipcriodlo and Gener- 
al Febrifuge. (Thomas.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., June 2. 

— Solvents of Salicylic . (Thresh.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Jan. 

— Salicylic in Iritis. (Wheeler.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 22. 

— Sulphuric in Croup. (Pramer.) IT. S. 

Med. Investigator IB.), Feb. I. 

— Sulphuric vs. Eplstaxis and Stinking 

Feet. (Taylor.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., 
May. 

— Tannic of Guarana. (Green.) Am. Jour. 

I'har.. Aug. 

— Pathological Importance of Uric and Its 

Combinations. (Mann.) N. T. Med. Jour., Dec. 

Acids. Salient Points on the . (Miller.) 

Uahnemannian Monthly, Nov. 

AcittQm Carbolicoin. (Van Valkenburg.) Eclec- 
tic 'lied, and Sttr. Jour., June. 

Aciduin. Phosphoricum Dilutiuu. (Mattison.) 
Am. Jour. Pliar., Jan. 

Acne. (Campbell.) Ci7i. Mvd. Advance (II.), Sept. 

— Indurata. (Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 
Acoi?tte. (Goss.^ Southern Med. Rec.,, Tune. 

— An exceptional remedy in Typhoid Fever. 
(Miller.) Borneo. Times, May. 

— The Objective Symptoms ol! in InflEUima- 

toiy Fevers. (Woodward.) JJ. S. Med. Inves- 
tigator (B.), May. 

— Rout. An Adiilteration of . (Holmes.) 

Am. Jour. Phar., May. 

Addison's Disease. Case of . (Pepjier.) Am. 

Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Clinical Lecture on a Case of . (Pepper.) 

Phila. Med. Times. Dec. 8. 

— And its Relations with Antematosls. (Pep- 
per.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 

-Case of . (Steadmau.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. Jour. Oct. 25. 

Address. Valedictory. (Amick.) Cin. Med. 
News, Aug. 

— (Barrows.) N. E. Med. Gazette (B.), Aug. 

— President's before tho Arkansas State 

Medical Association, (Barry.) St. Louis Clin. 
Rec, May. 

— Annual Meeting Am. Med. Association. 
(Bowditch.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
June 7. 

— (Byford.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Dec. 

— Annual . iByford.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., 

April. 

— Introductory before tho Medico-Surgical 

Society of Montreal, Nov. 2, 1877. (Campbell.) 
Canada Med. Rec., Nov. 

— To tho President. (Cunningham.) Ya. Med. 
Monthly, Jan. 

— Annual — before the Kansas City District 
Medical Society. (Dougherty.) St. Louis Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— Inaugural . (Davis.) Nash. Jour. Med. 

and Sur., Oct. 

— Before tho Students of the Nashville Med. Col. 
Oct. 1, 1877. (Eve.) R. and L. Med. Jour., 
Nov. 

— Annual to the Western Academy of Ho- 
meopathy. (Franklin.) U. S. Med. Investi- 
gator (B.), Jan. 1. 

— Annual delivered before the Bathurst and 

Rldeau Medical Association. (Grant.) Cana- 
da Lancet, Feb. and July. 

— To tho Alumni of the Medical College of Ohio. 
(Green.) The Clinic, March 31. 

— Annual before tho Tenth Annual Meeting 

of tho Canada Medical Association, Sept. 12, 
1877. (Hingston.) Canada Med. liec, Dec. 

— An delivered to the Annual Meeting of 



the Boston Microscopical Society. (Holmes.' 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., May 24. 

— On Retiring from tho Presidency of the Alnm- 
ri Association of Bellevue Hospital Medical 
College. (Leale.) Va. Med. Monlhlij, Sept. 

— Delivered to the Graduating Classes, Univer- 
sity of Nashville and Vanderbiit University, 
Feb. 22, 1877, (Menees.) Noah. Jour. 'led. and 
Sur., March. 

— (Osgood.) N. E. Med. Oasetlc iH.), June. 

— (Pickai d.) Cin. Med. News, Oct. 

— Introductory . (Small.) U. 8. Med. Inves- 
tigator (B.), Nov. l.^. 

— (Southworth.) Toledo Med. atid Sur. Jou ., 
Aug. 

— Valedictory to the Class of 1866 and '7. 

(Spence.) OhioMed. and Sur. Rep. (B.), March. 

— Inau<'ural . (StUwell.) Cin. Laiieel and 

Obs., March. 

— To tho Graduating Class of the Buffalo Med- 
ical College, la77. (Stoddard.) Buffalo Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

-- Valedictory to the Graduating Class of 

the Cincinnati College of Medicine and 8m- 
gci-y. (Tliacker.) Cin. Med. News, April. 

— Valedietiny to tho GJraduatea of Medicine, 

Medical Faculty, University of Bishop's Col- 
lege, Lenoxville. (TreuLoUue.) Canada Med, 
Rec., April. 

— Inaugural . (Vance.) Cin. Lancet and 

Observer. Jan. 

— Extract from an delivered before the 

Southern Illinois Medical Association (Ward ■ 
ner.) SI. Louis Clin. Rec.. Fib. 

— Commencement . (West.) Cin. Lancet 

and Observer, April. 



Salival . (Thorn berry.) Am.Pract. 

(Atlee.) 



Adenitis. 

May. 

Adiiesions. Pelvic in Ovariotomy. 

Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Forcible Flexion in Fibrous . (Gardner.) 

Canada Lancet, Oct. 

Adulterations. (Mattison.) Am. Jour. Phar., 
March. 

— (Miller.) Am. Jour. Phar., Feb. 
Agalactia-Urtica Urens. (Terry.) Borneo. 

Times, April. 
Aiken. As a Health Station. (Gcddings.) Char- 
leston Med. Jour, and Rev., Jan. 

Air. Observations on Treatment by Compressed 

. (Baldwin.) North Am. Jour. Borneo., 

May. 

— Tho Respiration of Compressed and Rarefle<l 

in Pulmonary Diseases. (Davis. Chicago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., Oct. 

— Dry antl Pliysical Degeneracy. (Vcrfli.) 

U. S. Med. Investigator (B.j, June 15. 

Albumen. On In tho Treatment of Pulmo- 
nary Consumption. (Shuily.) Buf. Med. and 
Sur. Jour., June. 

Albuminuria. At tho Seventh Month of Preg- 
nancy. (Abbot.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Sept. 20. 

— Case of . (Cook.) An. Med. Bi- Weekly, 

Sept. 15. 

— The Relation of to Pregnancy. (Martin.) 

Canada Jour. Med. Science, Jan. 

Alcohol and Diphtheria. (Chapman.) Cin. Med. 
News, Nov. 

— The Medicinal Use of as an Exciting 

Cause of Inebriety. (Crothers.) Phila. Mea. 
and Sttr. Rep., May 12. 

— Now Method of Detecting when used op 

an Adulterant of the Essential Oils. (Davy.) 
Am. Jour. Phar., Nov. 

— In Consumption. (Foster.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., Feb. 17. 

— Its Effects In Health. Its Remedial Applica- 
tions in Disease. Where and when should it 

be used 1 (Kennedy.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Jun. 

-Nolo on Recovering . (Lloyd.) Am. Jour. 

Phar., June. 

— On the Disposal of In Human Bodies. 

McElroy.) Cin. Med. News, Oct. 



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Aloohollo Coma. Roinaikftlilo Case of . 

(Lunte.) Ji. and L. Med. Jour., Jan. 
Alimentation and Medication. Some Prncti- 

ciil Hints upon per Roctuu'. (Cliandler.) 

Louisville Med. News, Sept. 22. 
Alitiira Wine. (Delevan.) Cin. Med. News, 

June. 
Allcaloids. Notes on tbe DiHtributiou of the 

in Cincboua Trees. (Howard.) Am. Jour. 

I'har., Sept. 

— Cini'lioua and their Salts. (King.) li. and 

L. Med. Jour. , A ug. 

— Composition of the and of Albuminoid 

Bodies. (Mallot.) Va. Med. Monlhly, Jan. 

Allgemeines Krankenbai's Wien. (Service of 
Dr. Monto.) (Dulles.) I'hil. Med. Times, Aug. i. 

Alstonia Constricta. (Catbcart.) Am. Borneo., 
Oct. 

Altitude and Climate. On in tlio Treat- 
ment of I'lilniounry Pbtbisis. (Gleitsmauu.) 
6' in. Med. News, March. 

Amaurosis. Hysterical. (Lyncb.) Med. Brief, 
July. 

Anaber and Ambergrrls. (Qriveland.) U. S. 
Med. Investigator (H.), July 15. 

An>monia in Snake Bite. (Elder.) Phila. Med, 
and Sur. Hep., Aug. 11. 

— Injections of Carbolato of for Snako Bite. 

(Knott.) Phila. Med. and Sur, Hep., July 28. 

— Muriate of in Diphtheria. (Oglesby.) West- 
ern Lancet, Dec. 

— In Broucbial and Lung Troubles. (Patton.) 
Va. Med. Monlhly, Feb., and Southern Med. Jtec., 
March. 

— Picrate of In Intermittent Fever. (Snider.) 

Ohio Med, Recorder, Nov. 

Ammonium Carbonate, and Fahrenheit up to 

the nineties. (Wilder.) Am. Jour, Phar., Oct. 
.VmmoniO'Cupric. Solution of . Sulphate 

as a Tost for Grape-Sugar. (Power.) Atn. 

Jour. Phar., Jan. 
Amorphous Phosphorus. (Shrotter.) Bahne- 

inunnian Monthly, March. 
Amputated. Arm after dlflbse Cellulitis. 

(ICeeu.; Phila. Med. Times, June 9. 
Amputation. Of the Penis. (Barry.) St. Louis 

Vlin. RecAug. 9. 

— Of the Penis. (Qouley.) Louisville Med. News, 
Sept. 15. 

— Of tlio Hlp-Jolnt for Malignant Disease of the 
Femur. (Cunningham.) Va. Med, Monthly, 
Oct, 

— Case of at the Hip Joint. (Townshend.) 

Am. Jour, Med. Sciences, April. 

— Of an Ann without Ligatures. (Milner.) Phila. 
ifed. Times, Oct. 27. 

— Report of Two Cases of through the Knee 

Joint. (Mursick.) lioston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jnty^S. 

— Of tlieLeg after Compound Fracture Causing 
Necrosis of Tibia and Fibula iind Disuaise of 
Ankle Joint. (Keed.) Phila. Med. Times, March 
17. 

— Of the Neck of the Uterus. (Sell.) Phy. and 
Phar., May. 

— lutra^Ut'Tine. (Shcrtzcr.) Med. Brief, June. 

— A Siicctsstiil Caiio of of the Thlsb Treiitcd 

Antiseptic illy. (Stimson.) Southern Med. 
liec.,Jun. 

— Case of of Extensive Caries and Abscess 

of tlio Tibia. (Wood.) I)elroilMed.JoKr.,Noi\ 

Amputations. The Miiior in Cook Co. Hos- 

pituls IJiuini? Eleven Years, ending Dec, 1875. 
(l''enn.) ChicngoMcd. Jour, and A'x,, Oct. 

— Antiquity of Tarso-Metatarsal . (Hub- 
bard.) N. T. Med. lice. May 19. 

— HowTliirty-flveCon-secutivo were success- 
fully Treated a Century Ago. (Smith.) li.and 
L. Med. Jour., Feb. 

Amy! in Diseases of the Ear. (Si>encer.) St. 
Louis Med. and Siir. Jour., June. 

— Nitrate of in Ague. (Beebe.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Hep., Sept. 15. 



— Nitrate of in Tinnitus Aurlum. (Burnett. 

N. y. Med. Jiec, Aug. 4. 

— Nitrnte of in Dysmenorrhcea. (Hale.) 

Ilahnemannian Monthly, March. 

— Nitrite. Report on tlio Experimental Use of 

In Ten Cijses of Pertussis. (Bayles.) Va. 

Med. Monthly, Aug. 

Anremia. On the I'alliolopy of Partial Cere- 
bral . (Peters.) Ohio Med, and Sur. Jour., 

Feb. 

Aniesthesia. Local . (Banga.) Chicago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

— Discovery of . (Sims.) Ya. Med. Monthly, 

May, anC II. and L. Med. Jour., J%ine. 

— Atmospheric- —. (Eley.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur, Hep., April 21. 

— By Rapid Breathing. (Wood.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Hep., March 24. 

AnsBsthetic. What shall we Use 1 (Chis- 

olm.) It. and L. Med. Jour., Oct. 

Anaesthetisation Case of Death During 

by Ether. (Robinson.) Va. Med. Monthly, April. 

Analysis. Of Ten Samples of Baking Powder. 
(Long.) New Hem., Sept. 

Anatomy. On Comparative . (Allen.) Phila, 

Med. and Sur. Hep., April 28. 

— Recent Progress In . (Dwlght.) Boston 

Med. and Siir. Joxir., March 1 ana Sept. 6. 

— Report on the Progress of ana Surgery. 

(McMurtry.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, June 9, 
July 7 and 21. 

— Contributions to Encephalic . (Spitzka.) 

Chicago Jour. Ment. and Nerv. Dis., Oct. 

— Sliould Comparative belncluded in a Med- 
ical Course » (Wilder.) N.Y.Med, Jour., Oct. 

Anchylosis. Of Shoulder Joint. (Frankel.) N. 
Y. Med. Jour., Dec. 

-Synchronous of Left Shoulder and liight 

Knee. )VauTagen.) Am. Borneo., July. 

Anaemia. Progressive Pernicious . (Gard- 
ner.) Canada Med. and Sur, Jotir., March. 

— Progressive Pernicious . (Osier.) Canada 

Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

Aneurism. Of the Abdominal Aorta. (Brlggs.) 
Na.ih. Jour. Med. and Sur., Feb. 

— Aortic . (Brown.) St. Louis Med. and 

Sur. Jour., June. 

— Of tli6 Aorta. (Montgomery.) Phila. Med, 
Times, Sept. 1. 

— Sixciises of of the Thoracic Aorta. (Oc- 

terlony.) N. Y. Med, Jour., May. 

— Of the Ai-ch of the Aorta. (Robins.) Phila. 
Med. and Sur. Hep., Oct. !27. 

— NewMethodof Curing Popliteal . (Burke.) 

N. Y. Med, Jour., June. 

— Popliteal mi.'<taken for Osteo-Sarcoma ; 

Amputation. (Garesche.) St. Louis Clin. Hec., 
June. 

— Of the Popliteal Artery. (Harrison.) St. 
Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

— Axillary 1 TationofthoRightSub-Clavian 

Artery. (Furtiubarson.) Am. Jour. Med. Sci- 
ences, April. 

— Axillary ffuccossfully Treated by Shot Bag 

Pressure. (Fry.) N. Y. Med. Jour., Nov. 

— Case of or the luu(miujato Artery. (Fen- 

wii'k.) Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— (Ilelrautli.) ir. S. Med. Investigator (U.), Feb. 1. 

— Reuoit of Case of Femoral . (Hull.) Phihi. 

Mm. Times, Sept. 1. 

— Traumatic of the Supertlclal Femoral. 

(Viukrey.) Am. l'rnct.,July, 

— Case of Perioarditia, Suppurative of As- 
cending Aorta. (Johusou.) Chicago Med. Jour, 
and Ex., Oct. 

— Case of A rterio- Venous in the Thigh 

Treated by Compression. (Mason.) N.Y.Mm- 
Jour., Atig. 

— Of Hepatic Artery. (Osier.) Canada Med. 
and Sur. Jour., July. 

— Of D' patio Artery. (Ross.) Canada Med. and 
Sur. •r.,Juli/. 

— On I ■ ises in which the External Iliac Ar- 
tery w duocessf uUy Tied fortlio Cure of . 



INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



(Pciuborton.) Eclectic Med. and. Sur. Jour., 
Feb. 

— Remorkablo Case of andQcicreno. (Wea- 

bcr ; X Y. Med. Eclectic, aept. 

Ancnrismii. Cases Illustrating tbo DifSculties 

in DiiiKiiosis aud Treutm«ut of of Lower 

Extremities. (Uoberts.) Phila. Med. Times, 
June I). 

Angina Pectoris. (Lewis.) U. S. Med. Investir 
giUur(U.), Fib. 15. 

— Oil . (Peters.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., 

April. 

— Case of . (Poynter.) Jl. and L. Med. Jour., 

ScjjI. 

— Duo to Ilenrt Clot. (Rawls.) Fa. Medical 
Monllilij, March. 

Animal Temperature. A contribution to tbe 

Study of . (Bartbolow.) The Clinic, Feb. 10. 

Annual Report. For Hampden District. (Cba- 

piu.) lioslon Med. and Sur. Jour., July 20. 
Anoplithalmns. Case of . (Murroll.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur, Rep. , Nov. 3. 
Anosmia. Case of following a Blow on tbo 

Occiput. (Kuigbt.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Sept. 13. 
Anthrax. Case of in tbo Patient over elgbty 

years of Rpo ; Kecovery. (Morrell.) St. Louis 

Clin. Record, Feb. 

— (V.in Viilkenlturg.) iV. Y. Med. Eclectic, Sept., 
and Eclectic Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Anthropolofo^. Tbo Now System of . (New- 
ton.) Cancer Jour., July. 
4nthropometer. New (Gibbs.) Am. Jour. 

Med. Sciences, Jan. 
Antidotes. An Expose of Opium (Matti- 

eon.) Ohio Med. Recorder, May. 
Antipyretics. (Maxson.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rei)., Feb. 10. 
Antipyretic Action. On the Principles of 

(Ma> B.) y. Y. Med. Jour., Feb. 
Antropine vs. Morpbino (Spottswood.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. C. 
Anus. Abnormal of Six Years' Duration. 

A BiicceRsiul Operation for its cure. (Hudson.) 

Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— Imperforated . (McCoy.) Am. Jour. Med. 

Sciences, July. 

— Artificial From Traumatic Causes. (Rains.) 

R. and L. Med. Jour., July. 

Aorta. Abdominal Nearly Severed by a 

Bullet. (Bradley.) Detroit Med. Jour., Nov. 

Aphasia. Partial without Appreciable Le- 
sion of Island of Reil. (Wood.) Am. Jour, 
Med, Sciences, Jan. 

— Cliuieal Lecture on . (Yandell.) Buffalo 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov, 

— Case of 8yi)bilitic . (Yandell, Jr.) Louis- 

v-ille Med. Nttcs, Dec. 8. 

— Cllnieal Lecture on . (Yandell, Jr.) Louis- 
ville Med. News, Dec. 15. 

Aphonia. Of Ten Months' Duration from Para- 
lysis of the ArytcnoidouaPropiius Muscle, etc. 
(Robinson.) Avi. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

—And Dyspnoea. (Whittaker.) The Clinic, 

Jan. 13. 

Aphorism.s. In Fracture. (Cowling.) Louisville 
Med. Netos, Dec. 29. 

Aphthae. (Peters.) Va. Med. Monthly, May. 

Apis. la Diphtheria. (Nash.) JIahnemannian 
Monthly, Feb. 

Apacynum Cannahlnnm, or Indian Hemp. 
(Van Valkenburg.) N. Y. Med. Eclectic, May. 

Apoplexy. Case of Puerperal . (Brucbacb.) 

Am. Med. Bi-Weeldy, March 17. 

— Case of with Contracted Pupils. (Rid- 

<lell.) Va. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

Apparatus. On tbo Simpllilcatlon of the Or- 
thopedic . (Audi'ows.) Arch. Clin. Sur., 

April. 

— Soda Water . (Anon.) Neio Rem., June. 

— For Measuring Irregularity in the length of the 



Lower Extremities . (Collins.) Am. Jour. 

Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— 8i)ray Producing for Throwing Carbolic 

Acid Spray, etc. (Hank.) Am. Jour. Obt., 
April. 

— Vas<»-Motor . (Lord.) North Am. Jour. 

Borneo., Feb. 

— A Description of the Instruments and of 

tbo Author, with Directions tor their Use in 
Oi>eration« on tbo Genito-Urinary Organs. 
(Otis.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

— New for Antiseptic Surgery. (Sass.) N.T. 

Med, Jour,, March, 

Aqnte AledicataD. (Kennedy.) Am, Jour. Phar., 
Jan. 

Argentum and Silium. (Woodyatt.) U. S. Med. 

Investigator (U.), Dec. 1. 
-Nitricum. In Diseases of the Kidneys. 
(Prcstou.) Iluhncmannian Monthly, April. 

Arnica. The Poisonous Effects of . (Earle.) 

Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept, 

— In rncrpcral Peritonitis. (Ehrman.) U. S. Med. 
Investigator (M.J, May 15. 

Arsenic. Estimation of — in Wall Paper and 
Green Tarlctau. (Ker.uy.) New Rem., Aug, 

— Separat ion of from Organic Matter. (Mil- 
ler.) Louisville Med. News, June 2. 

Arsenical Compounds. Ready Test for 

(Galllard.) Am. Jour. Phar., March. 

Arthritis. Subacute Rheumatic . (Davis.) 

Phila. Med. aud Sur. Rep., April 11. 

— Case of Rheumatic. (Doane.) Med, Brief, 
Aug, 

— Suppurative Following Acute Rheuma- 
tism. (Gibuey.) N. Y. Med. Rec., Aug. 2,'>. 

Articular Diseases. On some Mooted Questions 

in Kclutiou to . (Bauer.) St. Louis Clin. 

Rec, Aug, 

Artificial Feeding of Infants . (Beebe.) Am. 

Homeo., Aug. 

Ascitis . Case of Accompanied with General 

Anasarca. (Downs.) Toledo Med. atid Sur. 
Joxtr,, Nov. 

— Two Cases of Successfully Treated with 

Iodine Ii^jections. (Ford.) Canada Lancet, 
Feb. 

— Case of . (Hoyt.) Cin. Med. Advance (H.), 

March. 

Aspergillus in tbo Ear. (Hall.) Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, Ajyril. 

Aspiration in Hernia . (Parsons.) Homeo. 

Times, Jan. 

— Ill Complicated Cases of Pleural Effusions. 
(Pepper.) Phila. Med. Times, May 2C, June 
O.and Aug. 4. 

— Remarks on . (Hooper.) Va. Med. Monthly, 

Jan. 

— Of the Perineum as a Means of Draining the 

Lower Part of the Pelvic Cavity . (White.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Dec, 15. 

Aspirator. A Handy . (Pitch.) N, Y. Med. 

Jour., Nov. 

— Ou the use of the in Hydropborax. (Gil- 
bert.) Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Pica for the Early Uso of the in Pelvic Cel- 
lulitis. (Oeterloiiy.) Va. Med. Monthly, Oct., 
and Cin. Med. News, Dec. 

— Tbo Uso of tbo in Retention of Urine. 

(Shepherd.) The Clinic, March 24. 

Asthenopia. Accommodative and Muscular 

. (Castle.) Phila, Med. and Sur. Rep., Sept. 

8. 

Asthma. General Pathology of . (Bums.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 20. 

— What is tbo Relation Botweeu and Con- 
sumption 1 (Cleveland.) T/i^ Clinic, Nov. 10. 

— Relief for . (Fontaine.) Am. Med. Bi- 
weekly, Jan. 0. 

Astigmatism. On the Corneal Resulting 

from Weber's Curvilinear Section and ou the 
Causes of Astif^uiatism after Extraetious in 
General. (Weiws.) Arch. Ophtluil. and Olol., 
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AatrlnKenta. Uses and Abuses of and Cnus- 

tlcB Id the Treatment of £ye Disease. ((:'ir- 
ry.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Ataxy. Locomotor. (Strain.) Med. Brief, July. 

Atheroma. Of the Blood Vessels. (Bradford.) 
Borneo. Times, June. 

Atomiser. New . (Burrell.) N. Y. Med. 

Rec., Aug. 26. 

Atresia Tagrina. Remarks upon the Subject of 

. (lAndifl.) NathviUe Jour. Med. and Sur., 

July. 

— Operation for In Married Women. (Lente.) 

Am. Jour. Oba., Jan. 

— With Retention of the Menses. (Maxwell.) 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

Atrophy. Case of Unilateral Idiopathic Cuta- 
neous . (Atkinson.) It. and L.Med. Jour., 

Dee. 

— Contribution to the Etioloev of Optic Nerve 
. (Bull.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 

— Of Optio Nerve from a Slight Fall. (Cheat- 
ham.) Atn. Pract. , Dee. 

— Case of Progressive Muscular Resembling 

Lead Paresis. (Hamilton.) N. T. Med. Rec., 
March 24. 

— Progressive Muscular . (Paine.) Homeo. 

Times, Sept. 

— Case of Extreme Muscular of the Lower 

Extremities, Neuritis, Recovery. (Miles.) Md. 
Med. Jour., Oct. 

Atropia. Salicylate of and its Application 

to Pharmacy. (Tlchbome.) Am. Jour. Plmr., 
April, 

Atrophias Sulphas. In Acute Myringitis Otitis. 
(Ellis.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

Attenuation. Concerning . (Edmonds.) U. 

S. Med: Investigator (II.), Oct. 15. 
Aumm. In Nnsal Catarrh. (Morse.) Hahner 

mannian Monthly, May. 

Bacteria. Are Normal! (Gardner.) Am. 

Pract., March. 

— And Microzynes. (Howe.) Chicago Med. 
Times, Sept. 

— (Pearsou.) Chicago Med. Times, Aug. and Oct. 

— In Urine. (Slooum.) N. ¥. Med. Rec., Sept. 2J. 
Bahamas. The as a Health Resort. (Anon.) 

New Hem., Feb. 
Balsam of Pern. Carbollzed as a Dressing 

to Wound*'. (Burkd.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., Feb. 3. 

Balsamum Pemvlanom. (Hale.) North Am. 
Jour. Borneo., Aug. 
Bandage. New Rolling Machine. (Byrd.) 

N. Y.Med. Rec., Aug. 11. 

— Circular as a Remedy in Thoracic Affec- 

tious. (Oehring.) Am. I'ract., Aug. 

— The Circular as a Remedy in Thoracic 

Affections. (Hon.) Am. Pract., Oct. 

— The In Thoracic Diseases. (Rogers.) Am. 

Pract., Jan. 

— On Surgical Uses of the Strong Elastic 

other r-.a Htemostatic. (Martin.) Chicago 
Med. Jm,.r. and Ex., Nov. 

— The Blostlo used to Produce Antcsthesia 

in Minor Amputations. (Wyeth.) N. Y. Med. 
Rec, Aug. 18. 

Barks. CHiemistry of the of the Oak, Wil- 
low, and Elm. (Johansen.) Ant. Jour. Phar., 
Sept. 

Barnes Dilator. Description of an Improved 
. (Seeley.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

Bartholow. Brief R^oinder to some Recent 

Articles by Dr. Roberts . (Woodward.) Cin. 

Med. News, Nov. 

Banham's Mixture. And Hflller's Elixir. 
(Weigund.) Am. Jour. Phar., May. 

Bath. Tlie Electric . (Schweig. ) PA«a. Med. 

and Sin: Rrp., March 10. 

— The Moderr Turkish . (Wilson.) Alianlu 

Mill. aiiU Siir. Jour., Feb. 

<- The 'I'licrapeutio Action and Uses of the Turk- 



ish with a Sketch of the History, Nature, 

Advantages, and Processes of the Modem Im- 
proved Tui-kish Bath. (Wilson.) Ohio Med. and 
Sur. Jour., April. 

Mercurial Vapor . (Yandell.) Am. Pract., 

—Sept. 

Bean. Removed from External Auditory Mea- 
tus. (Seller.) Phila. Med. limes, Dec. 22. 

Bearded Woman. Case of a . (Luhrlng.) 

Arch. Dermatol., April, 

— Case of a . (Uardaway.) St. Louis Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

Bed after Delivery. How Long Ought Women 
to stay in ! (Garrigucs.) Am. Med. Bi- Week- 
ly, Oct. 13. 

Beeswax. On an Artificial Substitute for . 

(Hell.) Am. Jour. Plutr., Feb. 

Bellatlonna. Comparison of Nux Vomica, 

and Stramonium. (Canfield.) Ohio Med. and 
Sur. Rep. (i/.), JtUy. 

— Evidence aut' Conclusions on the Antagonism 

of and Oi'ium. (Rioketts.) Ohio Med. and 

Sttr. Jour., Dec. 

— One-sidod AoUon of . (Smith.) N. Y. Med. 

Rec, June 23. 

— in Dysentery. (Smith.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., Aug. 

— Unilateral Action of . (Tausley.) N. Y. 

Med. Rec, May 20. 

— Essay on .(Todd.) Atlanta M .and Sur. 

Jour., Dec. 

Bellevue. A Lesson or two from . (Dewey.) 

Phy. and Phar., Nov. 
Bensoln. Compound Tincture of . (Miller.) 

Aw. Med. Hi- Weekly, AjjriliS. 
Berberlna. Note on Hypophosphite of . 

(Lloyd.) Am. Jour Phar., July. 

Bibulons Paper. And Its Uses in the Trentment 
of Venereal Disease. (Fox.) Ohio Med. and 
Sur. Jour., June. 

Bl-Lateral Section. Operation of . (Palmer.) 

The Clinic, Nov. 17. 

— Division. Cases Treated by of the Cervix 

Uteri. (Sutton.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
June 2. 

Biliousness. And its Management. (Father- 
gill.) Phila. Med. Times, June 23. 

Birth Bate. The Period of Maximum. (Lan- 

dls.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. l. 
Bismuth. Glycerlteof Nitrate of . (Moor- 

heud.) Am. Jour. Phar., March. 

— Glycerol of Nitrate of . (Squire.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Jan. 

— Sub-N.itrateof in Typhoid Fever. (Stro- 

nach. Med. Brief, Jan. 

Bladder. A Scries of Cases. (Biggar.) Ohio 

Med. and Stir, Rep. (H.), May. 

— Coucentrix Hypertrophy of tlie . (Dawson.) 

Arch Clin. Sur., Jan., and Tlie Clinic, Feb. 3. 

Bleaching Powder. The Chemical Constitution 
of . (Stahlsclinoidt.) Am. Jour. Phar., Feb. 

Bleeding:. At the Cord. (Petit.) Southern Med. 
Rec, Feb. 

Blepnaritis. And Ametropia. (Keyser.) Phila. 
Med. Times, ilarclin. 

— Ciliaris. The Relation of to Ametropia. 

(Roosa.) Am. .^oitr. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Graphltis. Mercurlus Sol ; Petroleum. (Wood- 
yatt.) Am Borneo., Aug. 

Blepharo-PIasty. Case of . (Reuling.) Va. 

Med. Monthly, April. 

— Spasm. Cured by Inhalation of Nitrite of 
Aiiiyl. (Harlan.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
April. 

Blindness. On the Etiology and Prophylaxis 

of . (Landeslierg.) Arch. Oplhal. and Otol., 

Vol. VI., Page 483. 

BliHtcriuff. In Typho-Euterltis. (Binkerd.) 
I'hiUi. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 3. 

Blood. History of the Discovery of the Circu- 









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latlon of the . (Couklin.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. Jow'., April. 

— Coliug tlio in Typhoid Fevor. (KU)be,) 

Phil. Med. and Sur. Itep., Scpl. 1. 

— Now Method for tho Quantitative Determina- 
tion of Sugar in . (Pavy.) N. E. Med. Ga- 
zelle in.) Oct. 

—"circulation of the Subjectively Seen. 

(White.) ^Im. Jour, Med. Siienee8,Jan. 

— Corpuscles. On tho Identity of tho Rod in 

tho Uili'ereut Races of Maukiud. (Richardson.) 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Lettiiio:. In Puerperal Convulsions. (Riggs.) 
Ta. Med. Monthly, Dee. 

— Vessels. On the and the Circulation in the 

Mcmbrana Tyu;panl and Manubrium Mallei. 
(Moos.) Arch. Oplhal. and OloL, Vol. YL, Page 
674. 

Boards of Health. Their Scope and Power. 

(Verdi.) JV. £. Med. Gazelle (U.), Sept. 
Boils. Treatment of by Sulphide of Calcium. 

(Smith.) Arch. Clin. Sur., April. 
Boue. Disease of . (Helmuth.) V. S. Med. 

Intcstiyaior {H.), Feb. 1. 

— Case of a Boy with Partial Absence of the 
Eight Parietal. (Jacobt.) Am.Jour.Oh8.,Ocl. 

— Clinical Lectures on Diseases of the . (New- 
ton.) N. Y. Med. Eclectic, Sept. 

— Surgical Treatise on . (VonTagen.) Homeo. 

Times, Dec. 

Bony Formation. Cane of in tho Place of 

the Lens. (McDowell.) 7a. Med. Monthlu, 

Aug. 
Bonnets. Grand Appareil, etc. iSayre.) Phila. 

Med. and Stir. Rep., April 7. 
Boolcs. Hints on the use of by Students and 

Assistants in Phaimaey. (Moore.) Am. Jour. 

Phar., April. 
Botany. Inits Relations with Medicine. (Grant.) 

Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jottr., Oct. 
Botanical Microscopy. (Hunt.) Gin. Med. News, 

July. 
Bowel Complaints. (Perkins.) Eclectic Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Aug. 
Brain. To the Ear. (Chenery.) Boston Med. 

and Stir. Jour., Dec. 27. 

— Physiology of the . (Dupuy.) N. T. Med. 

Jotir., May. 

— Concussion of the . (Nixon.) Pacific Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Caseof Pofteningof the . (Parks.) lioston, 

Med. anu Sur. Jour., Nov. 8. 

— Softening of the . (Styles.) Eomeo. Times. 

Nov. 

— Softeningof the . (Webber.) Boston Med. 

and Sur.jmir., Dec. 6. 

— Clinical Lecture on Traumatism of the . 

(Wood.) Phila. Med. Times, Brpt. 29. 

— Disease. Of Children. (Scales.) N. E. Med. 
OazcUe (H.), Aug. 

— FhospHates. (Percy.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., Nov. 

Breast Troubles. In Infants. (Eley.) Phila. 
Med. and Sur. Hep., July 21. 

Breech. Delivery of tho , with Forceps. 

(Fruitnlght.) T a. Med. Monthly, Jtily. 
Bright's Disease. Practical Remarks on tho 

Diagnosis of the Early btage of . (Arnold.) 

Md. Med. Jour., May. 

— Three Cases of of the Kidneys, Detected 

by tho Ophthalmoscope. (Cheatham.) Louis- 
ville Med. News, May 12. 

— Case of Subacute . (Deaderlck.) Nash. 

Jour. Med. and Sur., Nov. 

— (Kinsman.) Ohio Med. Recorder, June. 

— Chronic of th Kidneys. (Prewitt.) St. 

Louis Med. and Sur, Jour., Jtily. 

-Treated Houieopathically. (Shepard.) Hah- 
neiuantiian Monllili/, Aug. 

— Case of , of Sfechauical Origin. (Ward.) 

N. Y. 2led. Jour., Jan. 

Bromides. Tho Abuse and Use of . (Scguin.) 

Chicago Jour. Ment, and Ntr. Dis.,July. 



Broncliial Tubes. The Anatomy of the > 

(Walsh.) Atu. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Bronchitis. Au interesting case of and 

Diphtheria. (Doane.) Med. Brief, Jan. 

— (Russ.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Feb. 

— General , Bronchial Hemorrhage, General 

Cardiac Hypertroiiia, andDilation at the Apex. 
(Loomis.) N. Y, Med. liec., Aug. 18. 

Brouchocele. Operation for . (Passage.) 

11. and L. Med. Jotir., Nov. 
Broth. Animal as an Aliment in Disease. 

(Horton.) N. Y. Med. Jour., Feb. 
Brown-Sequarrt Ti'eatment. Result of the 

in Twelve Cases of Epilepsy. (\yre.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 27. 

Bryonia. In Irritable Heart. (Hale.) Eahne- 

munnian Monthly, Feb. 
BufEiilo Lithia Springs. Medicinal Properties 

of tho , ot Mcckluuburg Co., Va. (Houston.) 

Va. Med. Monthly, Feb. 
Bum. Case of Severe . (McClean.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., May 3. 

— Four Cases of Severe . (Yandell, Jr.) Lo/uis- 

zille Med. News, Aug. 18. 

Bums. (Dugas.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., 
March. 

Bursae. Treatment of Enlarged about the 

Knee-Joint, with Cases. (Toland.) Westert^ 
Lancet, March. 

Cnsarlan Section. Remarkable Cases Requir- 
ing . (Egan.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., 

Jtily. 

— Successful Case of , after Seven Days' La- 
bor. (Jonks.) Am. Jotir. Obs., Oct. 

Caffeina. Extraction of from Guarana. 

(Green.) Am. Jour. Phar., July. 
Calcification. Successful of Tuberculosi « of 

the Lungs. (Both.) JV^. r. Meil. Bee., Juh/ 21. 
Calculi. Case of Biliary , Duodenit and 

Pancreatitis; Death and Autopsy. (Ed^^ uds.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Nephritic . (Haine.) Pacific Med. and r. 

Jotir., Nov. 

— Removal of Urinary . (Armstrong.) Can- 
ada Lancet, March. 

— Urinary . (Dell'Orto.) iV. O. Med. and Sur. 

Jour., March. 

— Extraordinary Case of Urinary . (Mac- 

Gregor.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

Calculus. Large through the Urethra. 

(Biggar.) Ohio Med. atid Sur, Bep. (11.), Jan. 

— Case of Oxalate of Lime , Weighing Five 

and One-half Ounces, Successfully Removed 
by Lateral Operation. (Chapin.) Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— Notes upon Salivary . (Richet.) Ohio 

Med. anil Sur. Jour., April. 

— Case of Salivary . (Tauszky.) Arch. OHn, 

Sur., May. 

— Case of Urinary , Lithotomy ; Recovery. 

(McLean.) Wenlem Lancet, Oct. 

— Small . (Naucrede.) Phila. Med. Times, 

Oct. 13. 

— Table Containing Ninety-six Cases of Vesical 

and Urethral . (Post.) N. Y. Med. liec,, 

July 28. 

— Removal of Urethral in a Child, by Ure- 
throtomy. (Kawls.) Tin. Med. MonMii, Nov. 

— Case of Vesical , etc. (Gray.) St. Louis 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

Calisthenics. (Anon.) The Sanitarian, Jan. 

Calomel. Tho Action of Certain Manipulations 

and Reagents on . (Corwin.) New. Rem,, 

July. 

— On the Modern Neglect of in Certain Dis- 
orders. (Duckworth.) Med. Brief , Aug. 

— On tlie Alteraliility of and tlio Pi craution 

Necessary in its Therapeutical Employments. 
(Jolly.) Am. Jour. I'luir., Dec, 

Camping Out. Thoranoutlcally Considered. 

(Gibbons.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Camphor. Tho Monobromide of \n Mwtur- 



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batlon. (Sherman.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 

April 7. 
Canabis Indlca. And Tabacoum. (LlUenthal.) 

North Am. Jour, Homeo., Nov. 
Cancer. Of the Bladder and Frostate. (Bulch.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Ana. 

— Ot the LI vor. (Bell.) Canada Med. and Sur. 
Jour., April. 

— Ol' the XnnRS. (Bovan.) Chicago Med. Jour, 
and Ex., June. 

— Tlio Anatouiy of Villous. (Danforth.) Chicago 
Med. Jour, and Ex., April. 

— (Ilelmutli.) V. S.MedT. Investigator (H.), Feb. 1. 

— Case of Hepatic with Keiuarlts. (LeRoux.) 

N. O. Med. and Bur, Jour., May. 

— Remarkable Case of . (McLiiish.) Quar, 

Cancer Jour., Oct. 

— AndPlitliisis. (Miller.) Am. Pract., July. 

— Treatiiiiint of an Epithelial of the Toiigno 

■witli Ipjectious of Nitrate of Silver. (NittuUi.) 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., May. • 

— Of the Tongue. (Newton.) N. Y, Med. Eclectic, 
July. 

— Ouservations on the Cause and Treatment of 

made from 1843 to 1877. (Newtou.) <^ar. 

Cancer Jour., Oct, 

— How Treated. Cases Cured. (Newton.) X, Y, 
Med. Eclectic, March. 

— How Treated. Cases. (Newton.) Cancer 
Jour., April. 

— Sfirrhus. (Newton.) N. T. Med. Eclectic, 

Jtdy. 

— Case of of the Vertebra with Infiltrations 

of otter Organs. (Putzel.) N. T. Med. Jour., 
May. 

— Gastro-Duodenal. (Reynolds.) Phila. Med. 

Times, Sept. 1. 

— (Walz.) Cin. Med. A dvanee (H.), May. 

— Encephaloid of Left Kidney in a cldldtwo 

years old. (Carlisle.) N, Y.Med. Jour.,. Tan. 

— pEucephaloid of the Lymphatic Glands of 

the NeQk. (Cleeman.) Phtla. Med. limes, 

' July 7. 

— Encephaloid in a Child two years and 

sevin months old. (Fitcli.) Chicago Med. 
Jour, and Ex., Aug. 

— Encephaloid of the Liver in a Child. 

(Ijewis.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., April. 

— lutra-Thoracio Involving Pleura, Dia- 
phragm and Chest Walls. (Pepper.) Phila. 
Med. Jtmes, Feb. 17. 

— Intra-Thoraclc . (Pooley.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. Jour., A ugust. 

— Case of Medullary of the Stomach, Liver, 

McBiiitery, and Omentum. (Brown.) The Clin- 
ic. Feb. 17. 

— Medullary of the Prostates, etc. (Gray.) 

St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

— Case of Medullary of the Posterior Medi- 
astinum and Richt Pleura. (Octerlony.) 
Louisville Med. News, Sept. 1. 

— Case of of tlie Stomach. (Frankenberg.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— Of the Stomach. (Mott.) Canada Lancet, 
Oct. 

— Case of in the Female Urethra. (Thomas.) 

Am. Jour. Obs.,Jan. 

Cancers. On the Radical Treatment of Uterine 

. (Oodell.) Vhila. Med. and Sur. liep,, 

March 10. 

CantharlH Case. (Ferris.) 77. S, Med, Investi- 
gator (tl.), Feb. 1. 

Capsules. The Filling of Wafer . (Wharton.) 

Am Jour, rhar., Aug. 
Carbuncle. Treatment of . (Dibrell.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. liep., March 31, and Southern 

Med. Uec., May. 

— Treatment of . (Leitner.) Southern Med. 

UfC . .lug. 

— Whilhiw and Ingrowing of Nails. (Newton.) 
Soulliern Med, lice, Dec, 

— Malignant . (Wiendahl.) JV. O. Med. and 

Sur. Jour., March. 

Carbuncles. Personal Experience of . (Gib- 
bous.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 



Carcinoma. Acute of Breast. (Ashhurst.) 

Phila. Med. Times, Juli/ 7. 

— (Cabin.) Phy. and Phar., Nov. 

— Recurring in tLo Vicinity of a Cicatrix left 
after Excision of True Epithelioma in tlie Ax- 
illa. (Cleeiuuu.) Phila. Med. Times, March 31. 

— Of the Liver without Enlargement or Rough- 
cuing. (Gatchell.) Am. Uomeo., Oct. 

— Uteri. (Pundenborg.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Hep., March i\. 

— The Patliology aud Treatment of . (Hor- 
ner.) Phila. J>tcd. and Sur. Hep., Dec. 22. 

— Of Stomach, etc. (Parish.) Phila. Med. Times, 
July 7. 

— Of Stomach, causing Constriction four inches 
above the Pylorus, with Corresponding Cou- 
Btrietlon of Transverse Colon, etc. (Wilson.) 
Phila. Med. Times, June 0. 

Cardamon Cultivation. In Mysore. (Anon.) 
Am. Jour. Phar., Dec. 

Cardiac Diseases. The Mechanism and Treat- 
ment of Piilnionary Couiplicntion of Acute 
. (Robinson.) N. Y. Med. Ilec., Nov. 21. 

— Valvular Disease. Heart, Liver and Kidneys 

from a Case of . (Henry.) Phila. Med. 

Times, June 9. 

Cardiograplilo. AndSyphigraographlc Studies. 

(Keyt.) N. Y. Med. Jour., July. 
Caries. Dental ; its Influence upon the 

General System ; its Prevention. (Kempton.) 

Cin. Lancet and Obs., Feb. 

— Of the Spine. (Wyman.) Toledo Med. and 
Sur. Jour,, Feb. 

Camomania. (Beclrwith.) Cin. Med. Advance 
{a.}, June. 

Catliartic Action. The Principles of . 

(Mays.) N. Y. Med. Jour., Nov. 

Cartilage. Loose in Knee Joint. (Cham- 
bers.) Ohio Med. Recorder, April. 

Case. An Interesting . (Baer.) Cin. Med. 

Advance (H.), Jan. 

— Peculiar . (Barrows.) N. E. Med. Oazette 

(U.J, Nov. 

— For Diagnosis. (BeU.) Toledo Med. and Sur. 
.Tour. , Jan. 

— In Practice. (Bodman.) Toledo ited. and Sur. 
Jour., .June, 

— An Interesting (Glenn.) Med, Brief, Aug. 

— Rar<' . (Bntler.) Uomeo. Times, Nov. 

— Unique . (Cleaver.) Louisville Med. News, 

June 16. 

— Peculiar . (Cobleigh.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. liep,, Julyl. 

— Curious . (Crane.) Ohio Med. Recorder, 

March. 

— A . (Forbes.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., 

May. 

— History of a Complicated with Autopsy, 

(luce.) XT. S Med. Inrcsligator (U.), Oct. 1. 

— With Remarks. (Palmer.) Louisville Med. 
News, A2>ril 28. 

— Communicated. (Roberts.) Canada Med. 
Ilcc, Oct. 

Cases. Three . (Capen.) N. E. Med. Ga- 
zelle <n.),Jan. 

— In Practice. (Dyer.) Southern Med. Ree., 
Feb. 

— From Practice. (Colburn.) jV. E. Med. Ga- 
sclle (H..), Aug. 

— (Hoopes.) Uahtiemanninn Monthly, April. 

— (Koeek.) Htihnemanniun, Monthly, May, and 
Cm. Med. Advance (U.) , Oct. 

— A Dozen from nn Old Journal. (LUien- 

tlial.) North A m. ./w>\ Uomeo., Nov. 

— From my Note B( (Mullins.) Cin. Med. 
Adrancc (n.).Jan. 

— Cduvalcseent . (Sayre.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Pep., April 7. 

— Report of . (Smart.) Toledo Med. and 

Sur. .four., Aug. 

— In Practice. (Smith.) Detroit Med. Jour., 
Jan. 

— (Toek.) Detroit Med. Jour,, May^ 



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— (Todd.) Am. Jour. Med. Science*, Jxdy. 

— Notes on . (Turuor.) Fhila. lied. Times, 

Jan. 0. 

Cassia Trade. On the In Cblnii. (Hlrth Du 

Freues.) New Hem. , May. 
Catalepsy. Case of . (Dii SauUo.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Rep. (R.),Jan. 
Catarrh. Acute of tlio Middle Ear. (Amick.) 

Viii. Med. News, Sent. 

— Gastric . (Bartholow.) The Clinic, 

Dec. 1. 

— Tlierapeutics of . (Buck.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. liev. (H.), July. 

— A Fcw'Practical SuKKCstions Concenilng Ex- 
traction of . (Derby.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. Jour., Nifv. 1. 

— Clironlo of the Bladder Cured by Chlma- 

phila. (Hale.) N. E. Med. Gazette (JI.), June. 

— On . (Reynolds.) Fhila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., May ^6. 

— Clironlo Aural . (Simpson.) Atlanta Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— Kotes on Nasal . (Farrington.) Borneo. 

Times, Jtine. 

— Case of Clironlo Nasnl . (Friese.) Hah- 

nemannlan Monthly, May. 

— Niisal . (Lo Hardy.) Atlanta Med. and 

Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— Nasal . (Ockford.) Cin. Med. Advaticc 

(H.), Dee. 

— Naso-Pliaryngeal . (Smith.) Pacific Med. 

and Sur. Jour., April. 

Catarrhal Aflboiions. Local Indications in 

Clironlo of the Uterus, etc. (Beebe.) Am. 

Borneo., Nov. 

— Diseases. Remarks on a Comparison of 

tlio Weather Reports with of Children. 

(Keating.) Fhila. Med. Times, July 7. 



- Putieuts. Feet of - 
Monthly, July. 



(Ruiubold.) Va. Med. 



Catarrhas SoiTocations. Abstract of n r" .il 

Lcrturoon Neonatorum. (Monti.) i uUa. 

Med. Times, Feb. 3. 

Cataract. Two Interesting Cases of Traumatic 
. (Cheatham.) Louisville Med. News, Aug. 

IH. 

— Extraction. (Taylor.) Va. Med. Monthly, 
April. 

— Report and Remarks on a Fourth and Fifth 

Hundred Extractions, According to Von 

Gracfe's Method. (Kuapp.) Arch. Ophthal. 
and Otol., Vol. VI.,pngeT. 

— Beullo in a Colored Woman One Hundred 

Years old. (Llndsley.) Nash. Jour, of Med. 
and Sur., Nov. 

— Two New Instniments for Secondary 

Operation. (Straw bridge.) Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, April. 

Catechn. Tincture of . (Genois.) Ain. 

Jour. Fhar., March. 

Catheter. Hueter's Flat Male and his Mode 

of Ascertaining the Dilatability of tho Male 
Uretlira. (Rose.) N. Y. Med. Rec., Sept. 8. 

— Gauge. Now . (Anderson.) N. T. Med. 

Rec. , Oct. C. 

— Broken Off. After Maklnij a False Passage, 
Extrutti'd by Perineiil Section. (Pooley.) 
Fhila. Med. Times, May 12. 

Catheter. How to Introduce tho in Ob- 
structed Urethra. (Leitner.) Med. Brief, 
Aug. 

Catheterlsm. In Prostatic Retention. (Sqjiiro.) 
N. Y. Med. Rec, May ifi. 

Cauliflower Excrescence. Of Cervix Uteri. 
(Clark.) N. E. Med. Gazette (B.), Jan. 

Canstlcnm. In Paralysis of the Ciliary Muscle. 
(Nortou.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (U.), 
March. 

Cautery. Tho Actual in Spasms, Paralysin, 

and Epilepsy. (Dupuy.) N. Y. Med. .Jour., 
.Tan. 

— On the Actual and its Employment in 



Cutaneous Sursrery. (PlfTard.) CharltsUm 
Med Jour, and Rev., Jan. 

— A Simple . (Stlllwagen.) Am. Jour. Med. 

Sciences, April. 

Cell Doctrine. Tho in tho Light of Recent 

Investiualious (Heitzmann.) N. F. Med. 
Jour., April. 

Cell Pathology. Explorations in . (New- 
ton.) N. Y. Med. Eclectic, Jan., and Cancer 
Jour., April. 

— Observations on the Causes, Character, and 
Trpatnieut of Cancer, made from 1843 to 1877. 
(Newton.) Cancer Jour., July. 

CeUuUtls. Peri-Uterine . (Carr.) Am. Obs. 

(H.), March. 

— Case of Pelvic . (Kinney.) Bomco. Times, 

Aug. 

— Treatment of Pelvic by Muriated Tinc- 
ture of TronundSul])hatoof Quinia. (McDon- 
ald.) Va. Med. Moiithtu, March. 

— Fatal — ' following the use of the Elastic 
Bandage. (Smith.) Arch. Clin. Sur., May. 

Centrlcs. Excentrlcs and Logic . (Braun.i 

V. S. Med. Investigator (IT.), June 1. 

— Anil Excentrlcs. (Morgan.) 77. S. Med. In- 
vestigator (U.), March. 

Cephalalgia. Tho Thernpcntics of Pe^"iodical 

. (Brudnack.) Buffalo Med. and Svr. Jour., 

May. 

Cephalic Version. By the External Bi-Polar 
Method. (Coleman.) Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

— Tlin Record of Nino Additionul Cases of 

with Introductory Remarks. (Holt.) N. O. 
Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

Cerebellnm. Case Bearlngiipon the Argument 

from Pathology ns to the Function of tho . 

(Tyson.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, July. 

Cerebral Lobes. On tho Functions of tho . 

(Luutenback.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— Softenlngr. Case of . (Bacheler.) Boston 

Med. and Stir. Jour., Feb. S. 

Cereus Bonplandll. And Ccreus Graudiflorus. 
(Goss.) Med. Brief, Sept. 

— Medical Uses of . (Goss.) Med. Brief, 

Jan. 

— Grandiflorns. Medical Uses of and Cerens 

Boiipluudii, of Mexico and Central America. 
(Goss.) Med. Brief, June. 

— TrlangnilarlH. (Knnze.) N. T. Med. Eclectic, 
Sept. 

Cerium. Oxalate of In Nausea and Vomit- 
ing. (Smith.) Detroit Med. Jour., April. 

Chancres. The Treatment of . (Porter.) 

Fhila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 20. 

Chancroid. OnlhoTreatme'.'; of . (Green- 

ough.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 11. 

Chancroids. Treatment of . (Piffanl.) 

Boston Med, and Sur. Jour., Jan. 2.'). 

Changlns: the Vertex. On from Ocelplto- 

Po.sterior to an Occipito-Anterior PoMitlou. 
(Taylor.) Fhila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Nov. 17. 

Charlatanry. In Destructive Diseases. 
egys.) Ami. Pract., Oct. 

Chemical Testing. A System of - 
cat and Geueial Use. (Hough.) 
and Obs., Sept. 

Chemistry. Questions in . (Wenzell.) I'a- 

cific Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Recent Progress in Medical . (Wood.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. i. 

Chicken Obcsard Tea. (Crawford.) Nash. 
Jour. Med. and Siir., May. 

Childbed. Ccmtrlhntlons to tho Pntholopy of 
. (Landesberg.) Fhila. Med. Times, Aug.*. 

Children's Clinic. (Hall.) U. S. Med. Investi- 
gator [II.}, Man IS- 

— Diseases. Recent Progress in tho Treatment 

of . (Ilaydiu.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Feb. 1 and Aug. 2. 



(Com- 



— for Modi- 
Cm. Lancet 



CLASSIFIED BY SUBJECTS. 



11 



OhlmaphilaVmbillata. And Maculuta. (AUon.) 

Am. Observer (//.)• Jan. 
Clnrhonidla. (MathewHon.) Med. Brief, Oct. 

— SulpLuto in Neuralgia witli General De- 
bility and anAnDBmic Condition of the System. 
(Alexander.) Med. Brief, July, 

Chionanthus Vlrglnlca. In Jaundice. (Oueni- 

sey.) Homeo. Times, Jan. 
Chloral. Croton in Dentirttry. (Clobome.) 

N. X. Med. lice. May 19. 

— Death from Twenty Grains of . (Ingals.) 

Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., March. 

— In Etlampsla. (Masten.) I'hila. Med. and Sur. 
Hep., July 7. 

— In E(''«:np8ia. (Wldding.) I'hila. Med. and 
Sur. Hep., itig, 4. 

— Hydrate of . (McDonald.) 81. Louis Clin. 

Rec, July. 

— Hydrate of — in Inebriety. (Bpottswood.) 
Phila. Med. i .d Sur. Rep., Aug. 11. 

Chloral Hydrate. In Scalds and Bums. (Kid- 
doll.) Fhila. Med. ana Sur. Rep., Jan. 6. 

— Extraordinary Tolerance of a Poisonous Dose 

of . (Bishop.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Sept. 6. 

— (Larrabec.) Va. Med. Monthly, Sept. 

— In the Treatment of Convulsions. (Tliomp- 
8on.) Va. Med. Monthly, Aug. 

— In Infantile Convulsions. (Johnson.) Med, 
Brief, Oct. 

— In Infantile Convulsions. (Monette. Med. 
Brief, Sept. 

Cblorodyne. (Karuhum.) Boston Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Dec. 27. 

— (Gllman.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 13. 
Chloroform. Deaths, in Clucinuati, and Vicinity. 

ion.) The Clinic, Mar. 31. 



Burrows. Blectic Med. and 



(Anderson. 

— Thoughts on 
Sur. Jour., June. 

— The Hypnotic Influence of in Asthma. 

(Bennett.) Am. Med. Bi- Weekly, Sept. 29. 

— Sluill the Use of as an Anasthctlc be 

Abandoned'? (Buckner.) The Clinic, May 12. 

— The Deep Injection of in Sciatica. (Col- 
lins.) The Clinic, Jan. 20. 

— InitsMedico-Li'gallielations. (Donlg.) Ohio 
Med. Recorder, Jan. 

— In Hepatic Obstructions. (Foster.) Phila. 
Med, and Sur Rep., Feb. 17. 

—Necessity of C autfon i n the Employment of 

During Labor. (Lusk.) Southern Med. Rec., 
Aug. 

— Some Sources of Danger in the Administration 
of . (Wellford.) Va. Med..MontMy, Jan. 

Choked Disk. Observations on Following 

Injuries to the Head in Children. (Bull.) Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Cholaemiik (Chose.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Re})., 
Jan. 20. 

Cholera. On the Introduction of and oth«;r 

Infectious Diseases into Hospitals, Prisons, 
etc. (Peters.) O/iio Med. and Sur. Jour., 
June. 

— Appendix to an Article on the Introduction of 

etc. (Peters.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., 

Oct. 

— Asiatlca. Review of a Report of two Cases 
of . (Miller.) Ain. Homeo., Sept. 

--Infantum. Experiencoin . (Boyce.) V. 

S. Med. Jntesligator (II.), May 15. 

— (Brewster.) Uuhnemannian Monthly, .Tuly. 

— (Coleman.) Nashville Jour. Med. and Sur., 
July. 

— (Kinp.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Oct. 

— (Preston.) Am. Homeo., Sept. 

— On the Treatment of the Cold Stage of . 

(Wells.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Aug. 

— Morbus. Management of Cases of . (Pike.) 

Soulhem Med. Rec, April. 

Chorea. Some Cases of Syphilitic . (Alison.) 

Am. .Tour. Med. Sciences, July. 

— On the Treatment of . (Leo.) Md. Med. 

Jour., Oct, 



— During Pregnancy. (Ludlam.) U. 8. Med. 
Investigator (H.), Jan. IS. 

— (Winslow.) Uuhnemannian Monthly, May. 

— Its Etiology and Varieties. (Wood.) A' Y. 
Med. Rec, Dec. 15. 

— The Connection Between the and Errors 

of Refraction of the Eye. (Bull.) A^. r. Med. 
Rec, June'i. 

— The Connection Between and Errors of 

Refraction of the Eye. (Stevens.) N.Y.Med, 
Rec, June 30. 

— Gravidorum. (Hazard.) St. Louis Clin, Rec, 
April. 

Choroiditis Disseminata. (Newton, Jr.) If. Y, 
Med. Eclectic, July, and Cancer Jour., July. 

— Exsndatlva. Case of Accompanied with 

Partial Hicropsln, Metamorphopsla, and Chro- 
matopsio Scotouiata of Singularly Regular 
Forms. (Burn(!tt.) Arch. Ophthal. and Olol., 
Vol. VI., page 4C0. 

Churchill's Tincture of Iodine. (Parvin.) Am, 
Pract., Nov. 

Cicatrix. From Severe Bum. (Helmuth.) Am. 
Observer (H.), Dec. 

Cicatrices. New Operation for the Obliteration 

of Adluront and Depressed . (Pursons.) 

Am. Observe)' (U.>, June. 

Cimlclfiiffa Bacemora. In Nervous Apprehen- 
sion, Tremor^*, and Tendency to Syncope. 
(McDongall.) Am. Homeo., Nov. 

Cina. A Study, with Glossaries. (Dcschcre.) 
North Am. Jour. Homeo., Aiig. 

— In Scarlatina. (Winans.) U. S. Med. Investi- 
gator (H.), Jan. 15. 

Cinchona. In the Treatment of Intermittent 
Fever. (NuU.) R. and L. Med. Jour., Dec. 

— Alkaloids. And their S:ilts. (King.) Atlan- 
ta Med. and Sur. .Tour., June. 

— Febriftige. Manufacturing at Sikklm. 

(Wood) Am.Jour.Phar.,Jan. 

— PrenaratloHM. Two of the . (Chapman.) 

Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec, 

Clnchonidla. Sulphate of as an Anti- 
Periodic. (Harrington.) Chicago Med. Jour, 
and Ex., Dec 

— Sulphate . (Hobbs.) Louisville Med. News, 

Nov. 24. 

— Sulphate of . (Cropper.) Md. Med. Jour., 

July. 

— Sulphate of and Sulphate of Quinine. 

(Love.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., May, 
and Southern Med. Rec, June. 

— Sulphate of . (Polk.) Southern Med. Rec, 

Oct. 

—Sulphate of (Rafferty.) Philn. Med. and 

Sur. Ren., Nov. 17. 

— The Sulphate of in the Treatment of Ma- 
larial Fevers. (Taylor.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, 
Oct. 13. 

— In Malarial Fever. (Nelson.) Va. Med. Month- 
ly, Dec. 

Cinchonlsm. Ciiso of Supposed . (Mouny.) 

Louisville Med. News, June 23. 

Cincho-Quinlne. (Hamilton.) N. T. Med. Rec, 

,T(in.2(). 

— (King.) Southern Med. Rec, Jitlii, Phy. and 
Phar., Aug., and Md. Med. Jour., Sept. 

— (Miittisou ) N. y. Med. Rec, .Ian. C. 

— What is . (Tayloi-.) Atlanta Med. atul 

Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Circiuncision. (Briggs.) Nash. Jour. Med. 
and Svr., April. 

Cirrhosis. Case of of the Liver nnd Kid- 
neys. (Callahan.) Am. Med. Bi-Wcelcly, June 

23. 

Civic Cleanliness— Boston. (James.) TJie Sani- 
tarian, Jan. 

Classification and Causation of Disease. 
(.Toliusou.) Chicago Med. Jour, atul Ex., 
March. 

Cleft Palate. Case of . (Michael.) Md. 

Med, Jour,, Sept, 



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— And Stapliyloraphy. (Parsons.) Am. Observer 



(Lento.) N. r. Med. liec.. 



% f 



(IL). Mure 
Climate of Florida. 

— NaMHuu. (Prince.) N. Y. Med. liec, March 31. 

Cllmatologry. Sclcntlflc . (James.) TT. S. 

Mat. liirrstigator (U.), Dec.l. 

— Of Florida. (Stout,) U. S. Med. Investigator 
{n.),J)ec. u. 

— (Wright.) Ilomcn. Times, March. 

CUnlo. College of PhyHieinns and Surgeons, 
Now York. (Thomas.) liosion Med. and Sur. 
,Tour., A'ov. 8. 

Cllnlral Cases. (Carlton.) Jlomeo. Times, March. 

— (Peunoycr.) U. S. Med. Investigator {II.), 
Sept. 1,5. 

— (Pettit.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jmir., Jan. 

— From Practice. (Vilas.) Am. Ilomeo., Oct. 

— (Wait.) Borneo. Times, Dec. 

— Contribution. (Octcrlony.) Am. PracL, April. 

— Contributions. (.Stow.) irflf*»JCWonntVrnJfon</i- 
li/, Nov. 

— JElectrolysls. (Butler,) Uomeo. Times, March. 

— Lecture. (Dawson.) The Clinic, June 30. 

— (Hawkes.) U. S. Med. Investigator (U.), April 
l.'j. 

— (Helmuth.) Am. Observer (11.), July. 

— Lectures. (Ijoomls.) A^ 1'. Med. lice, August 11. 

— (Thomas.) !f. ¥. Med. liec.. Dee. 22. 

— Observations. (Oehmn.) N. E. Med. Gw.ette 
(H.),, July and Sept. 

— (ToiTy.) North Am. Jour. Hnmeo., Feb. 

— Reports. (t.ongyear.) Detroit Med. Jour., 
Aug. 

— Syphllofirrapiiy. Lenoodormatous Spots fol- 
lowing Syphilitic Roseola, Reiufectioual 8yph- 
ili.s. (Taylor.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 

— Theories. Reports and . (Buck.) Cin. 

Med. Adranee (U.), Feb. 

— Tliermometer. The Early Use of the . 

(Sherriff.) Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jan. 

Coagulated Mucus. Specimen of Passed by 

n Patient, with Chronic Eudocolitis. (Peuolee.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 
Cobelina. Action of . (Ott.) Chicago Jour. 

Nerv. and Ment. Dis., Jan. 
Coca. On the Action of . (Hale.) Ilahne- 

vuinnian Monlhli/, Sept. 

Cochineal in Spasms and Nervousness. (Cow- 
ley.) Hahnemaniiian Monthly, Feb. 

Coition, And Fecundation. (Amdt.) Cin. Med. 
Advance (II.), July. 

Colchicum Xloot. The Relative Value of . 

(neikcrt.) Am. .Tour. Phar.,Sept. 

— Seed. (Roaenwasser.) Am. Jour. Phar., Sept, 



. (Wharton.) 

In the Treatment 
JV. 1*. Med. liec.. 



Pacific Med. 



Cold. How to Cure a Bad 

\<i. Med. Monthly, Jan. 
Coleuian's Multiple Wedge. 

of Stiicture. (Coleman.) 
March 17. 

CoUc. Nephritic . (Haine.) 

and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— Nephritic . (King.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Oct. 

Collodion. (Kile.) Am. Jour. Phar., June. 
"Colocynth, and Colocynthian Refleetions." 
(tiisli.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Nov. 

— And Colocynthian Reflections, (Tucker,) Chi- 
cago Med. Jour, and Ex., Oct. 

Colon and Rectum. Morbid State of the . 

(Craig,) li. and L. Med. Jour., Feb. 

Colo-Rectitis. (Westmoreland.) Atlanta Med. 

.<nd Sur. Jour., Sept. 
Colostrum. Clinical Experience with . 

(Burt.) U. S. Med. Investigator (II.), Oct. 15. 
Colotomy. In Left Groin. (Fcnwlck.) Canada 

Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

— On . (Tiffany.) Am. Jour, Med. Sciences, 

Oct. 



Combined Turning, Bimanual on . (Mar- 
tin.) Am. Prticl., Nov, 

Compression. Of tlio Aorta in Post-Pnrtum 
Hi!Uiorihago. (Coniegys.) Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., Sept. 

Conriissloii. And Memory. (Wood.) Toledo Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Condenser. An Improved . (Rico.) Neto 

Hem., Aug. 

Cong«nitul Absence. Of Uterus and Vagina. 
(Gniy.) Chicago Med. .Tour, and Ex., Sept. 

— OfLlmbs. A Living Boy with . (Lutz.) 

St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

Congestion. Cerebral or Inflammation 

from Soliir Heat. (Smith.) Am. Sup. Oba. 

Jour., Great lirilain and Ireland, May. 
Coiiium. Cliararteristics of . (Iloyno.) 

V. S. Med. Inveslijator (U.j, Artg. 15. 
Conjnuctiva. Diseases of the and Anomalies 

of Retraction. (WoiTcll.) Am. PracL, Jan. 
Conjunctive Disease. Clinical Study of the 

More Freqiiontly Occurring Forms of . 

(Risley.) PMla. Med. and Sur. Hep., Feb. 17 

and 24. 

Conjunctivitis. (Amick.) Cin. Med. News, 
,hin. 

— (Doane.) Med. Brief, Feb. 

— Croupous ami Diphtheritic with Cases. 

(Norton.) North. A m. Jour. Uomeo , May. 

— Granulosa. (Masco ro.) N. Y. Med. Jour., 
Jan. 

Conoid Cervix. (Palmer.) The Clinic, Nov. 17. 

Constipation. (Anderson.) Southern Med. Rec., 
Ma V. 

— Hints on the Treatment of . (Dam.) SI, 

Louis Eclectic Med. Jour., Nov. 

— And its Treatment by Enemata. (Elder.) 
Med. Brief, March. 

— (Forbes.) N. E. Med. Oazette (TI.), June. 

— On . (Thomson.) A^. Y. Med. Rec, May 6. 

Constriction. Buiulen Death from of the 

Bowel, Complictttt^d with Hemori-hage. (Craw- 
ford.) Va. Med. Monthly, Nov. 
Consumption. And Heredity. (Cleveland.) 
The Clinic, .fulyT. 

— Pulmonary . (Lcmen.) Cin, Med. News, 

March. 

— Curability of . (Mitchell.) U. S. Med. In- 

vcKligalor (II.), >Sept. 1. 

— Stone Dust a Cause of . (Sabin.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. liep., July 21. 

Consumptives. Texas for . (Fisher.) Hah- 
nemann ian Monthly, Sept. 

— New Mexico as a H<'ulth Resort for . 

(Jones.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Kep., Sept. 15. 

Contractions. Hysterical Muscular . (Ham- 
mond.) Chicago Jour. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., 
.Tan. 

— Of Blood Corpuscles through the Action of 
Cold. (Piper.) N. Y. Med. .lour., March. 

— On the Rcllex Mnsculiir and Atrophy, In 

Joint Diseases, (bchi'tfer.) Arch. Clin. Sur., 
June. 

Contract Practice. (Harris,) JV^. 1". Med. liec, 
Sept. 1.1. 

— System. (Lindley.) Pacific Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Sept. 

Convulsions. Ob.iervntious on Pueri^'i'iil . 

(BiilniHon.) Va. Mid. Monthly, Oct. 

— Puerixnul, (Barrous.) N. E. Med. Gazette 
(H.). Feb. 

— Puerperal Prompt and Efficient Bleeding. 

(Binkerd.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Aiiril 
21. 

— Puerperal . (Bitting.) Md. Med. Jour., 

July. 

— Puerperal . (Brown.) Canada Med. Ree., 

Mar ell. 

— Puerperal . (Fordyce.) Buffalo Med. and 

Sur.Jniir., .Tan. 

— Contribution to the Study of Puerperal . 

(Hojt.) Ji. and L. Med. Jour., June. 



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born of Uiwiulc 
. Obs., Oct. 
(Tyrcc.) Vhila. 



— Clinical Lecture on Puerperal. — (Llnu.) 
rhUa. Med. Times, Man 12- 

- Case of Puerperal OocurriuK Four DayH 

uftor Labor. (Oplo.) Md. Med. Jour., Oct. 

— Puerperal . (Payue.) Va. Med. Monlhly, 

Nov. 

— CaHe of Puerpeinl and Trc.itmeut. (Sam- 
ple.) /{. and L. Med. Jour,, Dec. 

— Puorpiral . (Skeols.) U. N. Med. Inveati- 

gntor{n.),Dec.\r>. 

— Pucrmu'al . (Suiurall.) I'hila. Med. and 

S: r. Jlep., AprWiS. 

— Two Cases of Puoi-peral . (Taylor.) Am. 

.four. Obs.,, Tan. 

— CauHctl by Puerperal Albumluurla auU Cured 
by OeiiantliivCrocata. (Oeluue.) Huhneman- 
nlan Munthly, .liilii. 

— Cases ill Private Practice. (GiUluj!:.) Chicago 
Med. Times, June. 

— Case of Nervous Irritability. (Jones.) iV. 

Y. Mfd. Eclectic, Ko». 

— Infantile . (Montgomery.) St. Louis Med. 

,(tud fiur. .Tour., Dec. 

— Ci I so of Threatened . (Price.) Am. Ob- 

serrer {IT.), April. 

— Case of Unilateral . (Ross.) Canada Med. 

and Stir. Jour., June. 

— The Cause of in Chlldrou 

MotUoiH. (Si<cne.) Am.Joiir 

— From Preputial Irritations. 
Med. and fiur. Itep., March 17. 

Copaiba. Examination of Commercial . 

(Bowman.) Am. Jour. Phnr., Auij. 

Copper Cent. Small Swallowed ))y a Child 

of Tiiree Years, and Retained more tliaii a 
Moiitli la the Intestinal Tract. (Walker.) Aw. 
Jour. Obs., April. 

Cornou. Diflfereutial Diagnosis between Opaci- 
ties of tlio and Cataract. (Amick.) Cin. 

Med. Xews, May. 

Coroners. And Coroners' luyucsts. (Ansell.) 
A III. Med. Bi- W'eeklii, Jan. 20. 

— Til.) Law of . ( Tyndull.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. Jour., March 1. 

Corn Sweat. The . (Aliport.) Chicago Med. 

Jour. aiiU Ht., Feb. 

— Tlu> Application of the in Disease. (All- 
port.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

Corpora Striata. (Worcester.) JV. E. Med. Ga- 
zelle (a.), Feb. 

Corrosive Mercury. Accidental Pioving of 
• . (Onernsey.) JTomco. Times, J une. 

— Sublimate. Contaminated with Arsenic. 
(Smitii.) Am. Jour. Vhar., Aug. 

Cosuaoline. (Pierce.) Va. Med. Monthly, June. 

— As an Exolpieut In DLsea.ses of tho Hkin. 
(Hegciisburficr.) Tfcster>i Lancet. June. 

-Cream. (Davidson.) Am. Jour. Phar., March. 

Cotton Boot. Note on the Clinical Study of . 

(t'oulkrod.) Fhila. Med. Times, Sejd. 1. 

— Bark. Analysis of . (Drueding.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Aug. 

Craniotomy. Case of . (Willard.) Ilahnc- 

vtannian Monthly, June. 
Cremation. On . (Lockrldge.) R. a7id L. 

Med. Jour., July. 
Creasote. As a Medicinal Agent. (Barrows.) 

EclecticMed. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— And Carbolic Acid. (Oraetzel.) Am. Jour. 
Phar.,. June. 

CrimiuiiUty. (Stevens.) The Sanitarian, Aug. 

and Sc2>t. 
Cronp. And Diphtheria. (Colvin.) iV. 1'. Med. 

Kec, MarrhU. 

— And Diphtheria. (Jacob!.) N. Y. Med. Bee, 
Feb. 24. 

— And Diphtheria. (Montgomery.) St. Louis 
Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

— Identity or Non-Identity of and Diphthe- 
ria. (Tauszlfy.) The Clinic, March 10. 

— Case of Mombrnnoua . Niw Metho<l of 

Titiatment. (Fulton.) Plula. Med. and Sur. 
Hep., May 12. 



(Boyce.) U. S. Med. 



— Membranous . (Woodruff.) U. S. Med. 

Tnrcstinator (TJ.), April 16. 

— Some Kxpcrlfncc in . 

Tnrcstigutor (IT.), Jan. IB. 

— And Its Treatment. (Cowau.) 8t. Louis Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

— (Don Roy.) Med. Jtiief, .Tan. 

— In Practice. (Porter.) St. Louis Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Oct. 

-Treatment of . (Rogers.) Detroit Med. 

Jour., .Tunc. 

CrustaLactea. (Fisher.) U. S. Med. Investiga- 
tor (U.), Jan. 1. 

Cryolite. And Its Uses. (Brenton.) Am. Jour. 
Phar., Feb. 

Cuprnm. In Defective Reaction. (Farringtim.) 
llomco. Times, April. 

— Comparison between and Zincum. (Orif- 

fltii.) North Am. Jour, llomeo., Aug. 

Cure. The Law of . (Swan.) llomeo. Times, 

Oct. 

Cut Tliroat. Case of . (QiUand.) N. O, 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Curve. Clinical Lecture o)i the Angular . 

(Miner.) lliilfnlo Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

— ClinicalLcctureupon thoSpinal . (Jliner.) 

Buffalo 2led. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Curvature. Tho Treatment of Rotarv-Lateral 

of tho Spine. (Sayie.) JV. 1'. Med. Bee., 

Marrhai. 

— Remarks on Rotary-Lateral of the Spine, 

.;ud Treatment by Bfir-.Suspcnsion and Fixa- 
tion, jii tlio Plaster of Paris Jacket. (Sayro.) 
Am. I'ract., .Tune. 

— Lateral. (Gunn.) Chicago 2Ied. Jour, and 
Ex., Sept. 

— On tho Treatment of Spinal . (Franklin.) 

U. S. Med. Ill rest igntor (II.), Xoe. 1. 

— On tho Treatnuiit of Spinal . (Nelson.) 

r. S. Med. Investigator (II.), Dec. ir>. 

Cyanosis. An Interesting Cftse of . (Pep- 
pur.) A', r. 2Icd. Bee, June '2. 

Cyst. Cntaneona Proliferous (Sebaceous) . 

(.V-hhuiot.) I'hila. Med. limes, April U. 

— Ciiho of of the Vagina. (Munde.) A7n. 

.Tour. Obs., Oct. 

— Ca.se of 8ul)-Lingual Follicular . (Wag- 
ner.) Arch. Clin. Sur., Jan. 

— Report of an Operation for Ovaricn . (Da- 
vis.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Jicp., . larcha. 

— Ov ariiin tieated by Kleetrolysit<. (Hesse.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Repoi'tof ii Case of Ovarian and Fibroid 

of Uterus, with Autopsy. (Hills.) llomeo. 
Times, March. 

Cystic Disease. Of Broad Ligament, Ovary, 
and Fibrous Tmuorsof tho Uterus. (Hodge.) 
Phila. Med. Times, March 17. 

Cystocele. Treated by means of Thomas' Ante- 
version Pessary. (Hale.) A''. E. Med. Oasetle 
(U.),Aug. 

Cystitis. Case of . (Cooper.) Jlahneman- 

nian Monthly, March. 

Dactylitis Striimosa. (Smith.) Am. Sup. Obs. 
Jour. Oreul Brilu in and Ireland, May. 

Damiana. Fluid Extract of . (Caldwell.) 

A', r. Med. Bee., Nov. 3. 
Dangerous Candy. (Dcbnmner.) Am. Jour. 

Phar., Jan. 
DcaAiess. Or Impaired Hearing. (Amick.) 

Cin. Lancet and Obs., Sept. 
Deaf- >Iati sin. (Vilas.) V. S. Med. Investigator 

(II.), July 13. 
Oeatlis. Some Observations on a Series of One 

Hundred and Twelvo . (Coskery.) N. Y. 

Med. Jour., July. 
Deathbed Studies. (Ilolbrook.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Bep., Oct. 2i', 
De Bar. Case of tlie Late Ben . (Bauduy.) 

St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 



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Deformity. Of Foot. (CoUamoro.) Toledo Med. 
and Hur. Joxiv., May. 

— Cono of of Foot. (Flahcr.) Toledo Med. and 

Sur. Joxir., May. 

— Cn80 of of Foot. (Woods.) Toledo Med. 

and Sur. Jottr., Mttu. 

— Of tbo Hip ill tliu Tlil:(l Stago of Morbus Cox- 
arluB. (Tiffiuiy.) Md. Med. Jour., July. 

Deformltleii. In their Rolatlou to Ilyglono ; IIlp 
Joiut Dlsoaso. (Corbaily.) The Unnitarian, 
May, 

Degeneration. Amyloid of Hver uud Kld- 

ncvHwlih Curies of Lumbar Vcitobrno. (llcl- 
fli Id.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Hepl, 

— Tubercular of tlio Kidneys. (Durraeli.) 

Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 18. 

— n.\ datilorm of tbo Chorion. (Earle.) ! 

Chicago Med. Jour, and ^^x.,Jan. 

— Pulpy of tho Kni'o- Joint. Periostitis. 

(Uuun.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

— Cystio of Inferior Muxillu. (Uuun.) Chi- ' 

ea'/o Med. Jour, and Ex., June. I 

— CyRtio of tho Kidneys. (Pepper.) Pltila. 

Mid. Times, Aug. 18. 

— Albuminoid of the Liver, and on Abdom- 
inal TumorH. (Popper.) Arch. Clin. Sur., Dec. 
15. \ 

— Albuminoid and Inflltratiou. (Peters.) , 

Ya. Med. Monthly, Feb. \ 

— Of tho Aual SaccuU. (Vance.) Cin. Lancet i 
011(2 (.ba., July. 

DeUrlaui Tremens. (Yandell, Jr.) Am. lYuct., 

Jan. 
•* Dementia rar«lytlca." Re8iim6 of " A Study 

of ." (UlieuUial.) Homeo. Times, Jan. 

Depression. In Bight Side of Thorax from 
lu;ni-Uterlno IpJ'iiy. (Smith.) Am. Sup. Obs. 
Jour. OrcaU'rilitin and Ireland, April. 

— OfTlioraxOceiinin^'durin^'lVrtutisis. (Smith.) 
^1(1. Slip. Obs.Jour. Ureal Britain and Irtlund, 
Ajjrll. 

Dermatology. American. (Damon.) Arch. 
Ijcrmulol., Oct. 

— Keceut I'loirress iu . (Rohc.) Ya. Med. 

Monthly, Scid. 

— Ki;ceiit Progress in . (White.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., June 7, and Dee. 6. 

— (Yaudcll, Jr.) Cin, Med. Kews, Dec. 

Desiderata. Tho of our Scliool. (Hering.) 

Aorth, Am 'our. Uomco., Nov. 
Development. Excessive . (Botts.) Cin. 

Med, Aews, May. 
Diabetes. Its Cure. (Goss.) Med. Brief, Aug. 

— Mellltas. Case of Treated with Chlor.il 

H>diate, Relieved. (Crotw.) St. Louis Clin. 
Jtec.,Feb. 

— Caso of Treated with Cliloral Hydrate. 

(Cross. ) Southern, Med. Jiec. , March. 

— The Treatment of . (Gobs.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur, Hep , Oct, 13. 

— (Smith.) I>etroit Med, Jour., June. 

Dingruosls. Questions in . (Dumm.) Ohio 

Mud. Jiec., March. 

— Ciiso of Houbtful with Remarkably IHkIi 

Temperature. (UoiTicli.) N, O, Med. and Sur. 
Jour., July, 

Discovery In Physical . (Holden.) N. Y. 

—Med. Bee., Jan. 20. 

— Differeutial . (Middleton.) Hahneman- 

nian Monthly, April. 

— ACoutriiiutioutotho Differential between 

Hollow Uteiiiio I'oiypu.s, and Complete luver- 
Biou at tho Uterus. (Sussdortf.) ' i. Jour. 
Obs., Oct. 

— D.ffereutial of Sub-Murous Fibroid and 

Bub-involution of tho Uterus. (Von Tageu.) 
V. S. Investigator {11.), June 15. 

Dialysed Iron. (Blair.) Am.Jour.l'har.,Jrdy. 

— Ou tijo PiL-pavuliou of . (Davy.) Am. 

Juur. I'har., Aop. 

— (Hay.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. i. 

— Note on . (Maisch.) Am. Jour. Phar., 

July, 



(Bhuttleworth.) 



— On tho Preparation of . 

Am. Jour. Plutr., Not. 

DlarrhoBH. Autumnal. (MeWiiliams.) Ohio Med, 

llreorder, A ug. 
— Remedial ludloutlonsfor Infantile . (Mills.) 

Am. llomco.,July, and U. S. Med. Jnveatiaator 

(U.).July\. 

— Bummer and Cholera Infantum. (Steely.) 

Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

— Ca.'^e of Chronic . (Webb.) Med. Ilrief, 

March. 

Diastasis. Of tho Hternum, by tho Violent 
Action «)f the Diaphragm iUuiiiK Ccmc'luug. 
(Lutz.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

Diet. Resuniu of to be Used in Diphtheiia. 

(Cliamberlaln.) y.E. Med. Oaselle {ii.),Jun. 

— Tho of Nursing Children. (Craig.) Am. 

Observer (U.), Aor. 

Dletetlrs. lufautilo . (Edmonds.) ilm. /To- 

meo., l>ec, 

— In i:<-lation to Infants and Young Chlluren. 
(Moore.) llahnemannian Monthly, Dec. 

Dietetic Rules. Our . (Wolff.) Cal. Med, 

Times, July. 

Digestlne. A New Remedy called . (Shelly.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Feb. 3, and Cm, 
Med. \ews, May. 

DioHcorla Villosa. Wild Yaiu. (Qoss.) Med. 
Brief, May. 

Digestion. Some Practical Observations ou Rec- 
tal and Absorption (Eagau.) Am. Med. 

Bi-Wcckly, March 17. 

— Tho Function of in its Relation to Health 

and Disease. (F.lmer.) Cin. Med. A'ews, Mai/. 

— And ils Disorders. (Murray.) Ya. Med. 
Monthly, Feb. 

Ditdtalls. In Scarlatina. (Lewis.) .V. 1'. Med. 
Bvc, Feb. 3. 

— Tincture of and Veratmm, in Hypertrophy 

of tho Heart. (White.) Phila. Mei, and Sur. 
Hep., Nov. n. 

Dilatation. In tho Skin. (Bulkley.) ^rr/t. Der- 

mutol., tM. 

— Of one I'upil following tho Application of a 
Belladonna Plaster. (Burrall.) A', i'. Med. 
llccJulyt. 

— Of tho Cervix Ut*rl. (Seyfort.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Hep., Sept. IS. 

— Kctaidcd of the Os-Uteri in Labor. 

(Smith.) P/ii7a. Med. iind Sur. Hep., Ann. 4. 

— or tho Urethra. (Summers.) N. Y. Med. Hec., 
Aug. 11. 

— New Material for of tho Cervix Uteri. 

(Sussdorll.) A'. Y. Med. Hec, July U, 

Dilator. Description of a New . (Steuror ) 

A. Y. Med. J.cc, Sept. 22. 

— New Rectal and Explorer. (Wales.) A''. 

1'. Med. Hec,, Feb. 24. 

Diphtheria. Tho Treatment of . (Allen.) 

Mom CO. Times, Oct. 

— Doubtful Case of . (Bailey.) Charleston 

Med. Jtmr. and Hev., Jan. 

— Comments upviu . (Barrows.) X.E.Med. 

Gazelle (II.), May. 

— On tlioTrciitmentof . (Benson.) Canada 

Lancet, March. 

— Treat ment of . (Chapman.) Buffalo Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— Noteson . (Cluness.) Canada Lancet, Jan. 

— Geimsot . (Cook.) Am. Pracl., Sept. 

— And Croup. (Curtis.) Boston Med. and Sur. 
Jour., July 6. 

— CcrUiln Points in . (Curtiss.) Buffalo 

Med. and Sur. .Tour., Sent. 

— (D;ike.) Am. Homeo., Nov. 

— Fxprilence Willi . (Eaton.) U. S. Med, 

Investigator (11 ), Feb, 15. 

-Sdiiio roiuta Respecting . (Edson.) S.Y. 

Med. Hec., Mai/T,. 

— (Fi)L'cl.) lied. Brief, June. 

— Ticuliiiciit of . (French.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. Hep. ill.). Jan. 

— Tr.alii.uit of . (Gibbons.) Paci/tc Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Jati. 



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15 



iled. 



— (OoM.) Eclectic Med. and Bur. Jour., Dee, 

— Louttl Treivimcut lu . (IIiiKanbucli.) Chi- 

ratio Med. Jour, and Kx., March. 

— And ItH MitniiRiMuont. (IlaiuUtou.) I'hlla. 
iled. and 8ur. Uej>., April 28. 

— Bolect ForimUuj for . (Uodgo.) Southern 

Med. liee., Feb. 

— Tlio Tioatmont of . (lugruhaiu.) Med. 



lirief. Feb. 
— Treiirmont of ■ 



Bi- 



Med. 
Med. 



Mrxl. 



(Jobnstou.) Am. Med. 
Weeklif, Nov. 2i. 

— Tho Ci)utaglou8iio88 and TroatiutMit of . 

iKunnard.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 
•eb. 

— (Kurtz.) Wettem Lancet, pec. 

— On . (Mttssoy.) I'hila. Med. and Sur. 

lien., Oct. 27. 

— (Modl)oiTy.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., June 
9, and Med. Uricf, July. 

— Tlio Treatment of . (Mooro.) Phila 

and Sur. lien., Feb. 17. 

— A Prescription for . (Morso.) Phil.r 

and Sur. liep., June 2. 

— Ciiuso of . (Pblllips.) Ohio Med. and Sur, 

Jlep. (II.), Jan. 

— Its Tliorupeutlcs. (Polk.) Med. lirief. Dee. 

— Case of . (Pi-oston.) llahnemannian 

Monthly, Feb. 

— Trciituiontof . (Rogensburgcr.) Western 

Lancet, April. 

— ObHorvatioua upon an Epidemic of . 

(Suiididgo.) Louiuville Med. News, Jan. 13 and 
April 21. 

— On . (Sohupport.) Am. Med. ISi-Weekly, 

Nov. 24. 

— (Shaw.) N. E. Med. Oasette (11.), Nov. 

— Tlio Nature and Treatment of . (Sloan.) 

Canada Jjuncel, Sept. 

— Tliouglits Uelating to the Progress and Treat- 
ment of — -. (Smith.) Am. Jour. Med. Sci- 
ences, Oct. 

— (TiuJior.) Homeo. Times, Jul)f. 

— Tlio Treatment of . (Toland.) ^7estern 

Lancet, Oct. 

— Ciisesof Invaaltm of the Larynx. (Tuppor.) 

Boston Med. and Snr. Jour., Oct. 11. 

— (Turner.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 15. 

— On and Scarlatina. (Wilke.) 6^ S. 

Investigator (B..), Jan. 15. 

Dlpbtherltis. Treatment of with Hrdrar- 

gyrum Cyatifltum. (Ericiiaen.) llahneman- 
nian Monthly, May. 

— (KucJilor.) Cin. iled. Advance (11.), March. 

— (Oektord.) Cin. Med. Adeance (U.), May. 
Dlplacuslis Blnanoalls. (Murroll.) ^Y. r. Med. 

Iiec.,Nov, 3. 

Disease. The Cause of In Country Jlomes. 

(Bartlett.) The Sanitarian, Sept, 

— Tlio Germ Theory of . (Chamberlain.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Attg. 

— Two Cases of Obscure with Autopsies. 

(Hopkiuii.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec, C. 

Diseases. Natural and Drug . (Eggloston.) 

U. S. Med. Investigator (11.), Nov. 1. 

— Sketch of tho Most Prevalent in Fayette- 

vllle, During tho Bummer and Autumn of 1811. 
(Ml Klnuey.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Feb. 

— SiK'citto Methods in tho Treatment nnd Inves- 
tigation of . (Pattou.) Cin. Lancet and 

Ohs., Feb. 

— Of thvi General Organism in Mieir Kclatlou 
to tho Vialou. (Reuiiug.) li. and L. Med. 
Jour., Aug. 

— Of Great Men. (Vanderbeck.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Hep., Feb. 24. 

— Of Children. (Duncan.) U. S. Med. Investi- 
gator (Z/.l, JiotelQ. 

— Notea on . (Forchheimer.) The Clinic, Jan. 

13. 

— Of Women. Cllnio on the . (Ludlam.) 

TT. S. Med. Investigator (17.), Sept. 1. 

— Tho Specialty of . (W'ng.) Pacific Med, 

and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Disinfect'tnt. An Elo^'ant . (Tucker.) Chi- 
cago Med. Jour, and Ex., March. 
Disinfectants. Notes on tho History of Disiu- 



foctlon and . (Jones.) N. O. Med. and Sur, 

Jour., Sept. 

Dislocation. Compound of tho Knco, Treat- 
ed by Powerful hxtonslon and Counter Exten- 
sion. (Davis.) I'hila. Med. Times, Marchn. 

— Of tlio Long Head of tho iJlceps Flexor Cubl- 
to Muscle. (Urocn.) Va. Med. Monthly, May. 

— Of tho Kldnev. (Lewis.) U. S, Med, Imestt' 
gator {Tl.),Julijia. 

— Of Radius aiid Ulna Outwards. (Tiffany.) 
Md. Med. Jour., Sept. 

— Forward of tho Lower End of tho Ulna. 
(Wolr.) Arch. Clin. Sur., April. 

— Of Both Clavicles. (Morso.) Cin. Med. News, 
Dec. 

— Of tho Sternal End of tho Clavicle, Upwards. 
(Shaw.) A^. y. Med. ICec., Aug. 18. 

— Now Method of llcductlou of of tho Hip. 

(Allen.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— Of tho nii> In u boy Eight Years Old; Rortuc- 
tlon on Thhty-socoud Day. (Powell.) Canada 
Lancet, May. 

— Reduction of of the Hip-Joint, by Manipu- 
lating tho Femur as a Lover, over a Fulcrum 
Fluced ill tlio Groin. (Martin.) Cin. Lancet 
and Obs., Sept. 

— Of tho Patella. (Bradner.) N. T. Med. liec., 
Jan. 20. 

— Edgewise of Patella. (Cluness.) N. T. 

Med. liec, Jan. 27. 

— Of tlio Shoulder, in a Boy Five Years Old. 
(Ilobbs.) LouisiuUc Med. News, July 2h. 

— Of tUo 8honlUci'-Joint, andSomo of tho Acci- 
dents UesiiUing Therefrom. (Courtright.) Cin. 
Lancet and Obs., Jan. 

— Of tho Bhould(!r- Joint. (Whitbeck.) Toledo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

Dislocations. Two Rare . (Briggs.) Nash, 

Jour. Med. and Sur., July. 

— Practical Observations on of thoShoiilder. 

(Adolphuu.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Feb. 

— Of tho Shoulder and Their Reduction by Ma- 
nipulation. (Hamilton.) Ohio Med. Recorder, 
April. 

Disparennia. (Stoger.) Nash, Jour, Med. and 

Sur., Dec. 
Dispensaries. Free . (Gruel.) Phila, Med. 

and Sur, Rep., June 23. 

— Abuso of Free . (Hauna.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Rep., May 12. 

— Tho Abuso of tho Free . (Miller.) Phila, 

Med. Times, Dec. 22. 

— Freo and High Tariflf. (Rhodes.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., June 9. 

Dispensary System. The Free in Philadel- 
phia. (Miller.) Phila. Med. Times, Nov. 10. 

Dispensing Prescriptions. (Blair.) Am. Jour. 
Phar., Oct. 

— Ointments. Convenient Mode of . (Van 

Harllugeu.) Phila. Med. Times, April 14. 

Displacement. Of tho Ovary. (Hale.) U. S. 
Med. Investigator (II.), June 1. 

— Case of of tho Ovary. (Hale.) N. E. Med. 

Gazette (IT.), July. 

— Traumatic of tho Testes. (Moxley.) The 

Clinic, Sept. 29. 

Doctors and Drlnli. (Milliken.) Ohio Med. 

aiul Sur. Jour., Dec. 
Dose. Was a Quarter-grain too Largo a 1 

(McLean.) Chicago Me<l. Jour, and Ex., Nov. 

— Tho Action of Ouo . (Sharp.) Iluhneman- 

ninn MonitHy, April, ana U. S. Med, In»esli- 
galor (l£.),May\. 

Doses. Tho Value of Small and Frequently Re- 
peated . (Dessau.) N. Y. Med. Rcc., July 

28. 

•« Double Catheter." An Improved Modlflcar 

tlou of the , TrocsD and Cauula. (LeiUy.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. C. 

Double Staining. Now Mothoil of . (Mor- 
ris.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Now Method of . (Shakespeare.) Am. 

Jour. Med. .'cicnccs,Jan. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 






Doweir* Op«r»Uoii. For tUo UimUciiI Ciiru uf ! 

Ilcnilu ; Tliri'o muoi'HMfvil ("iimch. (WorthliiK- 1 

toil.) I'acijle Meit. and Hur. Jour., Pee. 
UriilnnKe. Houho . (Auon.) The SnniUt- 

rian, Jioe. 
Drnpity. Cusp of Abiloniliml . (CUIMh.) 

Utilnirmantilan Monthly, t'rb. 

— CastMlii riiutlcc. (OoHi.) Krieclie iled. anil 
Sii)'. .lour., Aug. 

— t'liMu of TulMTciilui- of tlio AIkIoiiu'h Slum 

lailii{{Ovin'lun'rmiior. (McCiniw.) Arrh. Clin. 
Sitr.,Jul!/. 

— Ovariiiii with U(>fproti<'o to llio Advanrc- 

iiiiiil luiulo 111 Mm I'litliology 1111(1 Trciilnii'iit 
iluiliijf llio I'ast Ilumlrutl Yciuh. (TliouitiM.) 
Am. Mfd. lli-Wirlil!/, Fvh. 17. 

Dnnviutd. TlfiitiiU'iit of tlio- — . (Auoil.) Ohio 

.Mill, lifronlir, lirpl. j 

DriiRM. Or VlsMoillciitrlxNiitiini'. (IIIUm.) (in. 1 
ilnl. Adrinirr (II.), ( rl. 

— Coiiiuiorciiil (if llio riiiiu'so I'rovliifo of 

Canton, (llirtli I>u riviioM.) AcwJ^'nn., June. 

— I'lliiiary and Him ondary HyniptoiiiH of . 

(rri'Ntoii.) Ilithnemitiiiiidn mohIIiIii, I'rli. 

— (Ill tlio Action of iiiMHi tlio Motor Hy.Mtciii 

orAiiliimls. (Wood.) I'hiht, Med. Tiinrs, Jan. 

DruK Action. Ou tlio Nntnro of . (IlnghcH.) 

Uahucmuuniun Monlhlij, .fiine, 

— Ill iJlstMihO. (ONS'tMiM.) Ohio Mi'd. itiid Sur. 
l!ri).,{U.),.lnlu. 

— WloiT. A In tlm J'ar W«)«t. (WoIhh.) Am. ^ 

Jour. Phtiv., Xor. 

DnmkonnoHs. What Mi'dicliiootTcrH for tlio Uc- 

luf of C'l'iuiuoii ; A Cliulcal Ufport and 

Btiidyof it. (Mt-KU-oy.) Cin, Lancet and Obs., 
July. 

Diirhuin. Doatli of Dr. Carroll . (Duke.) 

Am. llomco., L'tc. 

Duty of tlio Doctor. Tli( to the Dying. 

(.vuoii.) /Southern .\led. A'tr., Pec. 

Dntl(>H uimI rrlvlleRPs. Tho of Kxiwrt Wlt- 

utssL'ti. (Mclutyie.) rhila.iled. Times, Jan. C. 

Dynamlto Kxploslon. Notrs on a Civflo of . 

'(C'liMlifry.) A. 1'. Med. Jour., Jan. 

Dysentery. Homo OliscrvatioiiB on thoCllnUMil 
"History and Treat uiiiit o^tUt^ Lato Kpideniio 

of liil)(>lawaio Co., Ohio. (Diuuiu.) Ohio 

Mid. Reenrder, Sor. 

— (ffntrew.-*) Med. lirief, March. 

— 'f luue CascH of 'i'rentod HiicceHufnlly by 

Liirj:oDosc.i(>t IiiocacnauhaKivcii by tlioNou- 
Jilmutio Plan. (Forster.) Boston Med. und 
Hur.Jour., Feb. 22. 

— TlioMauagciuoutof . (Ilove.) Am. Med. 

Jour. (/'.'.). A'oi'. 

— Tivutiiieiit of . (8ui'88crott.) I'hila. Med. 

Times, Dee. 8. 

— Chronio Topically Treated. (Wertz.) Cin. 

Lancet and Obs., Feb., and Southern Med. liec, 
Mareh. 

— On tho rviitloiinl Trcatnient of . (Wood.) 

I'hila. Med. Times, Oet. '27. 

Dysmcnorrhoea. On the PatboloKy and Treat- 
ment of Certain Cases of . (DuvIh,) Am. 

J'rnct., Oct. 

— Mecliauical andSterility. (Foster.) Ptdla. 

Med. and Sur. Kep., Feb. 21. 

— (Mosiiian.) Ilomen. Timen, Dec. 

— Coiitriliution to tho Theory of . (Niftel.) 

A', y. Ued. Itec., Oct. C. 

— Tho Theory of . (liiftel.) N. Y.Med, liec. 

Mop. 3. 

— (Palmer.) The Clinic, Kov. 17. 

— (Sunders.) Cin. Med. Advance (U.j, June and 
Jvhj. 

— Tlio Etiology of Considered in Relation to 

a New Mechanical Plan of Treatment, (dues- 
dorir.) AT. y. Med. Sec, Oct. S7. 

— Neuralgic . (Chenowitli.) Am. Med. Bi- 

Weclch/, May 12. 

— Neurulgio . (Ilaggerty.) Detroit Med. 

Jour., Aug. 



On the lievilopiTieiil of tlici l'.\- 
(Hunt.) Am. .lour. Med. Hcienees, 



IlyNineiiurrliaml Menibrnne. HiM'clmen of — . 

(Ililiiter.) Am. Jour. Ob»., Oet. 
UyHpureniila. (Wurreu.) Am. Jour. Obt., 

Jan. 

Dy«pnmn. On the CaiiNeH of in ('uhi>h ut 

Hiitl'uuatlvc ItroiK h(i(;ele. (Drown.) Am. Jour, 
Med. Sciences, April. 

DyKtocln. Cum* of CaiiNed by Kxtreine An- 

teverHlon of the llteriiH and J'eudulonH Ab- 
domen. (Wood.), Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

Kitr. Dempniiiiatlvi) Procu^HM In tliu . (Buck.) 

.V. J'. Med. 1,'re., Pec. l.v 

— The Fiiuiiieiit ANsucliitloii of IjIhimihch of the 

Willi liiManlly. (Cutlett.) Am. Jour. Pi- 

san'li/, July. 

— MiiliUo — ^ of IiifaiitM. (FoHter.) I.S.Med, 
lure.iligator (II.), Per. 1. 

— JJeveloiiiiHMit of the Middle — . (Hunt.) 
lloslmi Med. and Siir. Jour., Oet. IH. 

— Ueportoii tho I'adiolduy mid Tlicaiieiitlcw of 

Di.^ea.seH (»f the . (Hextoii.) N. V. Med Uev.. 

Pee. '.".I. 

— UiMcaseM of the HIniiilating Ilralr Trimble. 

(Tallmt.) Ohio Med. Jtreonler, Dec. 

— On tho ••— and ('oinplieatitiiis Acconipiiiivliix 
Heiirlet Fever. (Vlla.s.) r. ,V. .Med. Ineestiya- 
tor{U.) July XT,. 

EurHclie, or Calnrrliiil liillaiiiinatlon of the 
Middle Ear. (Sexton.) .V. 1. Med. Hee..Jan. U. 

Kitr I'liHHHKe, 
tlTlllll . 

Jan. 

ICeUlnoeoreiiH. Of the Liver, etc. (Cuinpbell.) 
The Clinic, April 7. 

— Of the Liver, (te. (Piere(>.) The Clinic, April 
7. 

— Kenmrkiible Case of Treated bv Pome- 

griiiiiiie and A.splratloii. (Uriide.) Va. Med. 
Monthly, Pee. 

EclMnipHld. A 8tndy of the Literatiin^ of I'ner- 

iieiul . (liuker.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 
•Jr., Mni'ch. 

— I'lierperal . (Carpenter.) I'hila. Med. and 

Sur. lien., Sept. T.K 

— Case of J'liei'periil 
ciJIeMed. ana Sur. Jour., 
A'virs, Per. 

— Case of Puerperal ; 

OliioMe:' and Sur. Jour. 

— Case of I'lierperal . 

rhar.,Fel: 

— Piieiiwial and Milk Diet. 

Med. Monthly, May. 

— E.xiieiieiieo in PiiL>i'x>oral . (.lessnp.) I'hila. 

Meil. an<l Sur. Jiep., A uy. 4. 

— On tho Prevent loll of Puerperal by Cliiorul. 

(T.andis.) Ohio Med. anil Sur. Jour., Pee. 

— Puerperal . (Mattison.) I'hila. Med. and 

Sur. Jiep., April. 7. 

— ^lasoof I'lieriieral . (Milan.) ' I.onisrille 

Med. Aeu-s, July. 21 

— Puerperal . (Moore.) J'.'fUa. Med. and 

Sur. Jiep., Oet. 20. 

— Puerperal . (Pritcliard.i I'hila. Med. and 

Sur. Jiep., 2loreh 17. 

— Piieriieral . (Tlumius.) li. and '..Med. 

Jour., Sejd. 

— Mauagenieut 
(Thompson.). 
28. 

— Case of . 

Jan. 

— In the Mother, Treated by Iljiiodcniib^ Injec- 
tion of Morphia. (Mutllson.) Am. Jour. Obs., 
Aj>ril. 

— Case of . (Mcintosh.) (Jin. Med. Nevs, 

Jan. 

— Gravldiuiuni et Paiturieiitiiin . (Winn.) 

iS7. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Xor. 

Ertropluui. (Brijrgs.) Xash. Jour. Med. and 

Sur., April. 
Eczema. Cured liy Dulcamara, (nernreuter.) 

v. S. Med. UirenliyaloriU.), A uy. ir,. 

— Uubruui. (Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., July 11. 



(Cliamlierlain.) I'a- 
Moe. and Cin. Med. 



(Davis.) 
and 
(Hyatt.) Va. 



Recovery. 

Oct. 

(Fritts.) I'hy 



if u Case of IMierpi^ral . 

I'hila. Med. and Sur. Hep., July 

(.lohiisdii.) Arch. Clin. Sur.. 



CLAF^BIFIED BY SUBJECTS. 



If 



-Manrl 

(Bulklc 



nstum. On tlie Ho-oiilled 



-ofUebra. 



Obt., 



Am, Vet. Ben,, 



tbtnt 
(At- 



— Tli<i Kelntlouii Lxlstliitf lietwfMii hikI 

PatiriMBln. (Cuim>l)«ll.) Areh. Dermatol., July. 

— Pour Chrimi of Chi-oulo Traatcd by Norv« 

TmuIos »ud Electricity. (Fltcb.) A.reh. Derma- 
tol., July. 

— With Home Siteclal Reinarki on Treatment. 
(Htioemaker.) Phila, Med. and Sur, Utp., Nov. 8. 

Eduoatlonttl Notat. (MoBborry.) The Sanita- 
rian, Aug, 

Uflfeeta of Gold. (Ilolcombe.) 
April. 

Kfltailon. Caae of Puruieut Polvto 

Oponod SpontuuenuHly Into tbe Vagina. 
Ice.) Am, Jour. Med. I'eiencet, July. 

HfltiRlons. The Proper 7>oatmont of Pelvic . 

(Hrlokell.) Am. Jour, Urd. Brieneen. April. 

— Oi: Uuino Conditions Pliynlcal and Kiitlonul, 
in of tbo Pleura. (Uoblnsou.) N. Y. Med. 

Ree., Jan. 37. 

— Two CaNen of Pleuritic . (Rodman.) If. 

Y. Mfd. Uec., Feb. 24. 

— Porlcardliil and Albuminuria. (Sabln.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Sept, IS. 

Electricity. On tbn Use of in Follicular 

I'liuryu^'itls. (Beverly.) Ohio Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Oct. 

— Symptomatology of In its Different Appli- 
cations. (Butler.) North Am. Jour, Borneo,, 
May, 

— lu tbe Trcutinout of Opium Polflonlos. (Rob- 
inson.) Vhicdgn Med. .tour, and Ex., Oct. 

— In the Troutuicnt of UyHmcnurrbwa. (Rock- 
well.) N. Y. Med. Rec, Oct. 27. 

BlectrolysiH. In Ovarian Cysts. (Cutter.) A'. 
Y. Med, Jour., Aug. 

— Soino RoHiarkH ou In Ovariiin Tumors. 

(Uemclodtir.) N, Y. Med. Jour., March, 

Eleetro'Therapentios. And Electro-Surgery. 
(Itutler.) North Am. Jonr. Borneo, Aug. 

— The .Siituro of Elt'ctricity and tlio fonns of 
Klcptrlclty Used In Me<li(!lniil IMwtlco. (Mills.) 
I'liilu. Med. and Sur. Ren., March 17. 

— The Rcnnlsites of Electro-Modlcal Instn:- 
inciitH. (Mills.) Phila. Med. and Sur. hep., 
March 24. 

ElephantiaaU. Of tbc Bcalp. (Pascbai.) Am, 
Mat. Hi- Weekly, Jan. 6. 

— Ciiso of of tbo Bcrotum, with Photogrupb, 

(Tolimd.) Western Lancet, Feb. 

— Arabum. (Benedict.) Va. Med. Monthly, 
Feb. 

— Now Operative Procedure for Affecting 

tlio Lower Extremities. (Corohado.) Arch. 
Olin. Siir.,Julu. 

— Grieroram. On . (Ozanam.) U.S.Med. 

InveHlt't'ttor (II.), June 1. 

Elixir GlycyrrhlzsB. (Kennedy.) Am, Jour. 

t'Mr.,May. 
Emballometeri The . (lugals.) Chicago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., April. 

Einbolla. Report of a Case of Caused by Or- 
ganic Disease of tbe Ueurt. (Webb.) Am, 
Jour. Med, Sciences, Jan. 

Embolism. Of the Popliteal from Vorruoose 
Vegetation of the Aortic Valves. (Anderson.) 
N. Y. Med. Jour., Nov. 

— Of the Arteries of the Retina. (Cheatham.) 
Am. Pract., Oct. 

— Case of Affecting the Right Lung and Kid- 
ney. (Cleveland.) Detroit Med. Jour., April. 

— Was it % (Sloan.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., April 21. 

— Brachial and Cephalic . (Smith.) Am. 

Sup, Oba. Jour, Qrcat Britain and Ireland, 
May. 

— Cerebral . (Carson.) Am, I'racl., April. 

— Cerebral . (Chandler.) Louiavitte Med. 

Newt, June 9, 

— Cerebral — and Thrombosis. (Lyman.) 
Chieiitjn Med. Jour, and Ex., Jan, 

— Buudcn Death from . (Fitz.) Boston Med, 

and Sur. Jour,, Jan. 25. 



— 0»M of Sudden Death after of the Axil- 
lary Artery. (Hopkins.) Boaion Med, and Sur, 
Jour.. June 31. 

— Dciith from In Diphtheria. (KeatlngJ 

Phila. Med. Time; July!. 

— Sudden Death from . (Squire.) Beaton 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb, 15. 

Embryotomy. Under DlfBcultlea. (Duke.) 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., March 31. 

Emetlna. Memoir on the Preparation and 

Composition of . (Lcfort nmfWurtz.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Sept. 

— Note upon a Reaction of . (Power J 

Am. Jour. Phar., Aug. 

Emphysema. Typical Case of Tranmatic Gen- 
eral . (Beach.) N. Y, Med. Jour.. March, 

— Pulmonary absence of Attacks of Hpasnio- 

dle Asthma. (Deiutleld.) N, Y, Med. lite,, 
May 13. 

Empyema. Case of Treatment by Carl>oI- 

ateu Iodine 7 'Hlon. (Fulton.) Canada Lancet, 
Oct. 

— Case of . (Reybum.) Arch. Clin. Sur., 

Oct. 

— (Schuyler.) Phit,a. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 3. 
Enoephallo Cironlatlon. The . (Vance.) 

A^. r. Med. Uec, May 12. 

Bndooarditis. Ulcerative Embolism of 

the Arteries of the Left Lrx- (Ellis.) Boston 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 18. 

— Occurr«'U(!e of with Iloait Clot In Malig- 
nant Scarlatina. (Pepper.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Hep., June 9. 

Endo-CervicltU. Chronic . (Miles.) Cin. 

Med. News, Feb. 
Endometritis. Chronic Corporeal a Tyi>- 

Icul Cubo. (Dow.) Md. Med. Jour., Oct. 

Endothelioma. Cime of of the Inter-vaid- 

nalHiiiico of the Optic Nerve. (Alt.) Arch, 
Ophlhul, and Olol., Vol. VI., page .m. 

Enlargement. Of Prostate. (Poynter.) JV. Y. 
Med. Uec, Sept. 8. 

Enlarflrements. Uterine and Abdominal — .. 
(P)ilnier.) The Clinic, April 14. 

— Lymphatic Glaudiihtr . (Hale.) U. 8, 

Med. Investigator (II.), Jan. 1. 

— i;.\toriiiilGlaudulai . (McElroy.) Buffale 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Enteritis. Membranous Intestinal Casts. 

(Willard.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. IB. 
Enterotomy. (Myers, Jr.) Am. Vet. Rev., 

May. 
Entropium. Successfully Treated l»y Hypo- 

dcruiio Iiijectiou of Strychnia. (Uiggins.) St. 

Louis Med. aiid Sur. Jour., Jan. 
Epidemic. An Alurmiug — . (Miller.) U. S. 

Med. Investigalor tU.), April IS. 

— An . (Kulison.) Pnila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., March 24. 

— Remedy for the Present . (Woodward.) 

U. S. Med. Investigalor (II.), Feb. 15. 

Epidemics. Some Accounts of American . 

(Barrows.) Eclectic Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Epidemiology. Notes on the of Ohio. 

(Minor.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., April. 

Epiglottis. Now Method of Securing an Up- 

rlKitt Potdtlou of the . (Brandeis.) Louts- 

oille Med. News, Jan. 27. 

Epilepsy. Surgical Treatment of . (Pitch.) 

Am. PracL, Feb. and Oct. 

— The Therapeutics of . (Hamilton.) Cin. 

Med. News, Feb. 

— Case of . (Hill.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Feb. 

-Trephining. (Kempf.) Cin, Lancet atid Obs., 

Jan. 

— On the Treatment of . (Kunze.) Hahneman- 

nian Monthly, March. 

— Case of . (Smedley.) Hahtietnannian 

Monthly, April. 

— Papers on . (Vandcrbeck.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Rep., Mag 6. 



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— From DiMMe of Intemnl Ear. (Westmore- 
■ laud.) AlUtHla Itcd. and Sur. Jour., March. 

Epileptifonn Seizures. (Palmer.) The Clinic, 

liov. 17. 
KpUtwda. (Barton.) Md. Med. Jour., Dee. 

— Ol>Htiii»te CoutroUod hy CompreHsion of 

t)>,o8tiyerlor Coronary Artery umlitsBrauolies. 
(Beeiuuu.) Am. Med. BirWeekly, July 7. 

Bplthelloma. (Brlggs.) Noah. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., Dec. 

— (Gunn.) Chicatjo Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

— Of tlio Lachrymal Gland. (Lyman.) Boslon 
Med. and Mir. Jour., Oct. 18. 

— Of Cervix Utorl and Vagina. (Mc^re.) Phila. 
Med. Times, May 12. 

— Case of . (Seeley.) Ohieago Med. Jour. 

and Ex., Jan. 

— Penis. (Johnson.) Md. Hed. Jour., Aug. 

— Of Glana Feuis. (Paul.) Phila. Med. Times, 
Oct. la. 

— Of Tonffue. (Ross.) Canada Med. attd Sur. 
Jour., Feb. 

— Of TonguT. , (Tolaud.) Weal'-ni Lancet, May. 
Equine P'-.tlents. Cbaugo of Scene for Conva- 

lusuing . (Large.) Am. Yet. Rev., July. 

Xqnlsetam. In Paralysis. (Heath.) Hahneman- 

nian MontlUy, Sept. 
Ergot. Intra-Uterino Ii\Jection8 of to Ar- 

rent Post-Partum Hemorrhage. (Ashe.) Va. 

Med. Monlhhj, Dec. 

— On the Use of — in Urethral HemoiThage. 
(Boyland.) Am. mr. Med. Sciences, July. 

— On Some of tho Uses of . (Cuslitng.) Pa- 
cific Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— In Hemorrhoids. (Lansing.) Phila. Med. 
Timet, Oct. 13. 

— On the Post-Partum Use of in Obstetrical 

Practice. (Love.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. 
Jour,, March. 

— In Uismatemesis. (Rogers.) Med. Brief, 
Nov. 

— (Salomon.) N. O. Med. and Sttr. Jour., Dee. 

— Fluid Extract of in the Treatment of 

Clironic DiiirrhCBaand Incontinence of Liinc. 
(Wittkamp.) Gin. Med. Ne"?8, May. 

Brlodyction Callfomicnm. Its Therapeutical 
Value in Pneumoiiio Phthisis. (Polk.) Boston 
Med. and Sur. Jour., March K, and Phy. and 
Phar., Aug. 

— (Wellcome.) Med. "Hricf, Aug. 

Eruption. An Unusual Form of Bulbous . 

(Fox.) Arch. Dermatol., Oct. 
Erjrsipelas. (Backus.) Med. Brief, June. 

— Keiiiarks on Ton Cases of . (Boudurant.) 

LotiiaiHile Med. Neics, June 10. 

— Tlie Internal Complication of Acute . (Da 

Costa ) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— A Case in Point . (Doaae.) Med. Brief, 

April. 

— The Treatment of and Carbuncle. (Put- 
ney.) Phila. Metl. and Sur. Rep., April 7. 

— Of the Pace. (Bailey.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekli/, 
Sept. IS. 

— (Hammond.) Med. Brief, May. 

— Six Cases of Facial . (MifSin.) Homely. 

Times, May. 

— And Puerperal Fever. (Chase.) N. Y. Mecl. 
Rec.,Jan. 13. 

— And Puei-peral Fever. (Crocker.) Boston Mei. 
and Sur. Jour., Aug. 2. 

Erjrthema Papulatam. (Bulkley.) Arch, I>er- 

mtilol., July. 

— Fiisax-LaoheMls. (Hills.) Borneo. Times, 
Attril. 

Erythematous Lupus. Case of of the Po- 

ui.s. (Pitt'ard.) Arch. Det .natol., April. 

ErythroploBum Oulneense. And Couminga. 
(Galloia aud Hardy.) Am. Jour. Phar., Jan. 

Erythroxylon Coca. (Laaoar.) N. Y. Med. Rcc., 
April 21. 

— (Stockwell.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
April 5. 

— (Tauuor.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Bep., April 
14. 



Ether. On the First Insenslbtilty from the lo- 

halatlon of Sulphurio . (Packard.) Am. 

Jour. Med. Seieneet, July. 

Ethics. Question In — . (James.) Hahneman- 
nian Monthly, July. 

Eucalyptus. As a Dislufeotant, Antiseptio and 
Epidomlo Remedy. (Woodward.) Southern 
Med. Itec., Jan. 

— More About . (Woodward.) Eclectic Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Globulus. (Leonard.) Phy. an^ Phar., Aug. 
Eustac^hlan Tnhe. Applications to . (An- 

drewb ) JV. Y. Med. Itee., Sept. 1. 

Excision Of tho Head of the Humei _ j. (Anon.) 
Cih: Meti. News, Auril. 

— Of the Elbow-Jolntt Showing Results from 
Twenty-ono Ciisea Operated on at the Mass. 
General Hospital. (Beaoh.) Boston Med. u^ul 

Sur. Jour., Jan. 4. 

— Of the Upjier Jaw, etc. (Dawson.) B.andL. 
Med, Jofir., Feb., and The Clinic, Jan, 6. 

— Of a Deep^ated Tumor of the fTeuk. (Eempf . ) 
Louisville Metl. News, June 9. 

— Case of Repeated of the Diferior Dental 

and Gustatory Nerves for the Cure of Dental 
Neuralgia. (UcGraw.) Detroit Med. .four., 
Nov. 

— Of tho Lower End of the Rectum In Casofl of 
Cancer. (Roberts.) Phila, Med. and Sur. Rep., 

June V. 

— Of the Human Spleen for Hypertrophy. (Sim- 
mnnds.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Of the Hciul of the First Metatarsal Bono for 
the Cure of Bunion. (Tolaud.) Western Lan- 
cet, Jan. 

— Of tho Fourth Metatarsal Bone. (Toland.) 
Western Lancet, May, 

— Of the KuceJoint. (Drake.) Canada Med. 
and ,Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Case of of the Kneo-Joint. (Fenwick.) 

Canada Med. ai.d Sur. Jour., Dee. 

— Of the Kuee-JoLnt. (Tolaud.) Weatem TAtn- 
cct, Sept. 

Ezoplithalmio Oottre. Clinical Lecture . 

(IxivluK) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Jhc. 

-Case of . (Fort.) Am. Med. Bi- Weekly, 

AprU U. 

Expectoration. Note on tho Advantage of Posi- 
tion in DiUicult . (King.) Phila. Med. 

Times. Ang. 4. 

— The Danger of . (Swayze.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. liep., Aug. 25. 

Kxplanatlon. An . (Mattlson.) Am. .Tour. 

Ptiur., May. 

Exstrophy or Extroversion. Of the Bladder. 
(Boimett.) Va. Med. Monthly, i.ov. 

Exsectlon. Case of Coxo- Femoral . (Big- 
low.) Cin. Larret and Oba., Oct. 

— Of Half of Int jrior Maxilla for Caries; Repro- 
duction of Bone. (MoLeau.) Western Lancet, 
April. 

— Of tho Hip-Joint. (Murbach.) Detroit Med. 
Jour., Sept. 

— Of the UiiKloint. (Poore.) N. T. Med. Jour., 
May. 

Extension. New Method of Obtaining and 

C«'Uut«;r-Exten8iou in Fraoturo of the Femur. 
(Guurchlli.) N. Y. Med. Rec., March 17. 

External Pressure. In Delayed Labors. (Chit- 
tenden.) A^. 1'. Med. Rec. Aug. 11. 

— Delivery by . (MoAIeohan.) Am. Jour. 

Obs.,July 

Extirpating. Feasibility of the Thyi-oid 

Gland in some Ca.ses of Disease. (Minor.) 

Buffalo Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 
Extirpation. Case of Successful of tho 

Paiotid Gland. (Pace.) Va. Med. Monthly, 

Ang. 
-Of Enlarged Parotid Gland. (P'Pool.) Nash. 

Jour. Mc(l. and Sur., Ang. 

— Case of of tho Uterus, Together wltn its 

Appendajo'.'*, for a Fibroid Tumor. (Tron 
lioliiie.) Am. Jour. Obs.,July. 

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tlon of without Heat. (Herrora.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Sept. 

—The Keeping and DlepenBlDg of . (Wbar- 

ton.) Am. Jour. PTiar., March. 

' Sstraotum Colooynthldus CompoBitum. (Ole- 
aon.) Am. Jour. Phar., April. 

— OlycyrrhlsBB Deparatnm and Ammoniacal 
Olycyrrlilzln. (Appenzeller.) Am. Jour. Phar., 
Jwy. 

Eye. Contributions to the Patbolo;s(ical Anato- 
my of the Human . (Alt.) Arch. Ophlhal. 

and OM., Vol. VI., pages OM and U5. 

— The Eflfocts of Lime upon the . (Buokner.) 

The Clinic. Oct. 6. 

— Lecture on Dlseaaea of the . (Newton.) 

K. Y. Med. Eeleetie, Hay. 

— Drainage Applied to DlBeases of the and 

Particularly to Detachment of the Kotinu. 
(Ribard.) western Lancet, March. 

— On the Development of the in Mtvmmuls. 

(Wurzburg.) Arch. Ophthal. and Olol.,Vol. VI., 
page 230. 

Kyes. The Care of the . (Lorlug.) N. T. 

Med. Jtec., April 14. 

— And Ears. (Woodyatt.) U. S. Med. Invealigar 
tor (H.), Nov. 1. 

Kye-Ball. Indications for the Enucleation of 

the and the Correction of the Deformity, 

by the Insertion of an Artificial Eye. (Frlod- 
enwald.) Cin. Med. Nevis, Nov. 

— Clinic. Miscellaneous Communications from 
Dr. Hlrschberg's . (Pufahl.) Arch. Oph- 
lhal. and Otol., Vol. VI., page 631. 

— Construction. Common Defect in Re- 

qniriug Use of Convex Glasses. (Chlsolm.) 
f'rt. Med. Monthly, April. 

— L,id. The State of the after Death. (Mil- 
ler.) N. Y. Med. lice., Jan. 6. 

— FaUents. Cinlcal Report of 3873 . (Alt.) 

Arch. Ophthal. and OtoL.Vol. VI.,pageno. 

— Sight. Restored by Faradization after being 
Totiilly Blind for 28 Years. (Brown.) Med. 
Brief, Nov. 

Bye and £ye Clinic. (Llndsley.) Nash. Jour- 
Med. and Sur., March and May. 

— (Vilas.) U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), Aug. 15. 
Faradic and Galvanic Currents. On the Dif- 

ferrn'iial Indications for the Use of the . 

(Rockwell.) N. Y. Med. Jour., Feb. 
Fate. (Cox.) Cin. Med. News, Feb. 

Feeble Minded. Asylum for the . (Gibbon.) 

Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

Femnr. Division of the by Subcutaneous 

Osteotomy. (Hamilton.) Ohio Med. Kecorder, 
Aug. 

— Traumatic Disease of the . (Martin.) Am. 

Borneo., Sept. 

Fermentations. (Caulklns.) Detroit Med. 
Jour., July. 

Fever. The Etiology and Treatment of . 

(Bucknell.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Oct. 

— Its Nature and Purpose. (Kibbee.) Cin. Med. 
Nrics, Feh. and May. 

— Tlie Nature and Purjjoso of . (McElroy.) 

Cin. Med. News, March. 

— On Aititlcially Prodiioed Processes in Hu- 

ninii Bodies; Their Modus Operandi and Re- 
sults. (McElroy.) Ohio Med. and Sur. .lour., 
Feh. 

— Rapid Recovery of a Case of Corebro-Spinal 
. (Alford.) Va. Med. Monthlu, June. 

— An Epidemic of Tj-phus . (Cllne.) Canada 

Med. and Sur. Jour.. Oct. 

— Piieinuatio . (Flint.) A". F. Med. See., 

July 14. 

— Case of Brain . (Goddard.) Western Lan- 
cet, June. 

— Treatment of Acute Rhrnmatic by Sali- 
cylate of Soda, with Cases from the Hospital. 
(Newton Jr.) Cancer Jonr., Oct. 

— Typho-Malarialand Catarrhal . (David- 
ton.) Am. Med. Jour, (l-..), Nov. 



— Pseudo-Scarlatinous or Inflammatory Catarrh- 
al. (Dodge.) TT. S. Med. Investigator (U.), 
Marchl. 

— Beach Haven, N. J. A Remedy for Hay . 

(Ashlmrst.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 

-— SucccHsful Treatment of Hay . (Beard. > 

N. Y. Med. Bee., Aug. 11. 

— Hay . (Bell.) Phila. Med. and Sur. lie^)., 

Dec.lS. 

— Hay . (Evans.) Va. Med. Monthly, June. 

— Hay . (Fairman.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., Nov. 10. 

— Hay or Hay Asthma. (Webster.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. JRep., (II.), Sept. 

— Intermittent . (Boyle.) Borneo. Times, 

May. 

-Case of Pernicious Intermittent followed 

O.v Hepatic Lesion. (Doane.) Phy. and Phar., 
May. 

— Tlio Aliortive Treatment of the Cold Stage of 

Intermittent by the Nitrate of Amyl. 

(Hintoii.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., April29. 

— Case of Intr'-nittent Temperature 108 

Fahr. (Metcalfe.) A^. O. Med. ana Sur. Jottr., 
Oct. 

— Intermittent . (Ring.) Eahnemannian 

Monthly, March. 

— Hemorrhagic Malarial . (Guild.) Southern 

Med. lice, July. 

— Reimirlts on Ilomorrhagic Malarial Espe- 
cially with Reference to tlie Character of Urine. 
(Joynes.) J{. and L. Med. Jour., March. 

— Typlio-Malarial and the Opinion of Dr. 

Woodward, U. 8. A., in 18C3 and in 1877. Bar- 
tliolow.) The Clinic, Sept. 8. 

— Typho- Malarial . (WiUlams.) Va. Med. 

Monthly, March. 

— Typho-Malarial . (Woolen.) Am. Pratt., 

Dec. 

— Puerperal at Charity Hospital. (Gillette.) 

A', r. Med. Itec, March 17. 

— Puerperal . (Landis.) Ohio Med. and Sur. 

Jonr., Feb. 

— Puerperal and Post-Mortem Examina- 
tions, (liente.) N. Y. Med. ICec., April 29. 

— On an Outbrenk of Puerperal fu tlio C'ty 

and Couuty Hospital. (Mays.) Western Lan- 
cet, April. 

— Piioiperal . (Mays.) Pacific Med. and Sur. 

Jour., May. 

— Case of Puerperal . (Preston.) Eahneman- 

nian Monthly, Feb. 

— Remittent with Tetanic Convulsions. 

(Hodge.) St. Louis Clin. liec.. Any. 

-Protracted Remittent . (Morgan.) IT. 8. 

Med. InvciUigator (H.), Feb. 

— Scarlet and Diphtheria, with some thoughts 

on other Forms of Septic Disease. (Beebe.) 
U. 8. Med. Investigator (B.), Feb. n. 

— Treatment of Scarlet . (Clark.) Chicago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., March. 

— Clinical Success in Scarlet . (Duncan.) U. 

S. Med. Invesliyator (H.),Feb. 

— Scarlet and its Treatment. (Fort.) Am. 

Med. Bi-Wceldii, Dee. 22. 

— Treatment of Scarlet . (Griffith.) Chicago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., March. 

— What is Scarlet . (Hale.) N. E.Med. Gazett* 

(E.), April. , 

— Scarlet and Milk. (Hale.) Am. Homeo.. 

Aug. 

— Treatment of Scarlet . (Haller.) < Vi icago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., March. 

— On Scarlet . (Hoft'man.) TT. S. Med. Inrei- 

tigaVtr (B.), Aug. 1. 

-Experience in Scarlet and Diphtheria. 

(Knapp.) IT. S. Med.InTOtticjator (II. ), April 1. 

— Experience in Scarlet and Diphtheria. 

(Llppe.) U. S. Med. Imw.ilit/utor (B.), Jan. 
15. 

— Scarlet . (Lippe.) TT. S. Med. Investigator 

(H.j.Marchl. 

— Epldcuiie of Scarlet and Diphtheria. 

(Moore.) n. S. Med. Investigator ( 11.), April 1. 

— Treatment of Scarlet . (Nance.) Chicag* 

Med. Jonr. and Er., March. 

— Troatmentof Scarlet . (Sim.) Phila. Med. 

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— Etiology of Scarlet . (Tookcr.) U. S. 

Med. Investigator (U.), July 1, 

— On Bcarlct uml Knus-Toxlcodendron. 

—(Walker.) U. 8. Med. Imeatiuator (I/.), April l. 

Troatiuent of Scarlet — . (Wardnvr.) cuicago 
Med. Jour, and Hx., March. 

— Texas . (Myers.) Am. Vet. Rtv., Nov. 

— Etiolojry of Tyiihoid . (Bramlutt.) Va. 

Med. Monthlji, May. 

— Treatment of Typhoid . (Carson.) A.n. 

Vracl., Sept. 

— Roumrks on tbo Origin and Propagation of 

the Typhoid Poison. (Cuulkius.) Detroit 

Med. Join:, March. 

— The Euidemio of Typhoid which Occurred 

iu Paris during the Your 1876. (Claude.) Ohio 
Med. and Sur. Rep. (11.), Sept. 

— Report ou tbo Relation of tho Drainago and 
ScwcriigoofPhiliulclphla, tothoPrevaleneoot 

Typhoid in that City. (Cleeniun.) I'hila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. 27. 

— Boiu'^ Anomalous Cases of Tvphoid Illus- 
trating the Thermometricnl Vuriations in tho 
Onset and ( oureeof tho Disease. (Frotliiiii^- 
hnm.) R. and L. Med. Jour., May, and Detroit 
Med. Jvur., Feb. 

— On Infantile Typhoid . (Henoch.) XJ. S. 

Med. Investigator (II.), Oct. 1. 

~ Case of Typhoid . (Hemdon.) Southern 

Med. Rec, Atig. 

— Antipyretic Treatment of Typhoid . (Lon- 
don.) ^»M. Pracl.. April, 

— Lecture on Tvphoid . (Loomls.) Cin. 

Med. Hews, Feb. 

— Experience with Typhoid . (Morse.) Cin. 

Med. Advance (n.),June. 

— Origin ami Communication of Typhoid . 

(Peters.) Va. Med. Monthly, June. 

— Typhoid and Drinking Water. (Post.) 

JV^. I'. Med. Jour., Jan. 

— Typhi id in Amherst, and Now England. 

(Scarborough.) The Clinic, Dec. 8. 

— Au Kpide,iiiic of Typhoid Produced by 

Severe Poisoning. (Simmons.) Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, April. 

-Solid Food in Typhoid . (Tumey.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— Typiiold . Can it bo Aborted) (Wood.) 

Hanheinannian Monthly, June. 

— Cases of Tjithoid Dependent upon Con- 
taminated Drinking-Wator. (Woods.) Boston 

Med. mid Sur. Jour., Feb. IS. 

— Comnumieability of Yellow . (Hargls.) 

Aid. Med. Hi- Weakly, May 26. 

-Analysis of the Reeord of Yellow In Now 

Orleans iu 1876. (Holt.) N. O. Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Jan. 

— Obflen atlons In Regard to the Yellow 

Epidemic of 1876 upon the Coast of Georgia. 
(Logan.) R. and L. Med. Jour., March. 

— Yellow ; its Treatmeut and Prevention. 

(Murphy.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (11.), July. 

— Cases of Yellow lu Charleston in tho Biim- 

mer ot 1872. (Porcher.) Chaleston Med. Jour, 
and Rev., Jan. 

— Yellow ; its Treatment and Pathology. 

(Purse.) A*, r. Med. Rec, Nov. 3. 

— Report Of Yellow as It Appeared in Savnn- 

nali, Ga., in 1876. (White.) N. 1'. Med. Jour., 
March. 

— On the Causes of the Epidemic of Yellow 

at Savamiali, Ga., in 1876. (WoodhuU.) Am. 
.Tour. Med. Sciences, July. 

— Study of tho Natural History of Yellow . 

(81 ernberg.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

— Cot. Description of a . (Kibbee.) N. Y. 

Med. Jour., Feb. 

Fevers. Maladal. (Lewis.) Southerti Med. 
Rec., Nov. 

— Lecture on . (Loomls.) N. T. Med. Rec., 

Jan.^andJuneV. 

— Cases of Yellow and Prevailing Ob8erve<l 

in Charleston, Summer of 1872. (Porcher.) 
Charleston, Med. Jour, and Rev.,, Tan. 

— Caui»o of the Periodicity of Mode of Action of 
tho Agent Producing Intermittent and Remit- 
tent . (TbomM.) B. and L. Med. Jour., 

April. 



— Tho Contagiuni Parti<'lesof the Eniptlvo ; 

their Nutu; o nud Mode of Action. (Atkinson.) 
Cin. Med. News, Aug. 

-Eruptive of Culldi-cn. (McLaren.) U.S. 

Med. Inrestigator (II. i, Jun. 
-Eruptive iu Relation to Disease's of th© 

Ear. (I'hllllps.) Ohio MeJ. and Sur. Rep. {11.), 

May. 

— OrAlk'loa. (Hering.) Honteo Times, Aup. 
Fibroid Mass. In Ileum. (fJaxe.) PuciflcMed. 

and Sur. Jour., Jan. 
Fibroma. Intro-Crnn!:;;. (Runnels.) U. 8. 
ited. Investigator (II.), July I. 

Fibromata. Cystic of Both Ovaries. (Kirk- 

ley.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., Dee. 

Fire-Proof Buildings. (Peck.) Tlie Sanitor 
rian, April. 

Fissure. Ti-eatmentof of the Nipple During 

Lactation. (Butler.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Mag. 

— Of tlie Rectum. (Mason.) N. 1'. Med. Rec., 
Nov. 'H. 

— Of tho Anus, or Irritable Uh^er of tho Rec- 
tum. (Vauce.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., April, 

Fissures. Occurring in Long Bone», with Re- 
inarks on V Shaped Fractures of the Tibia. 
(Hodges.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 11. 

Fistula. Intestinal . (Maxwell.) Am. 

I'ruit. Jan. 

— luAno. (Butler.) Unmeo. Times, Dee. 

— In Auo, Complicated withFissuro and Tumor 
in tho liectum. (Cattermole.) Canada Lan- 
cet, A ug. 

— luAuo. (Dawson.) The Clinic, .TulyH. 

— Case of in Ano, Treateil by Ligature. 

(Wo(Mlbury.) Mr.d. Brief, Sc/'t. 

— On the Optration of Veniro- Vaginal . (Bcr- 

nnys.) R. and I,. Med. Jour., Jun. 

— Keeto and Vesieo-Vagiual. (Burgo.) Arch. 
Clin. Su>:, April. 

— Couiplieated Vesico-Urethro Vaginal . 

(Eniiiiet) A in. Jonr. Obs., Jan. 

— Ve*»ico- Vaginal , with Retroversion of ths 

Uterus, (i I'Keif.) Vitnuihi I auvfl, April. 

— Rei'ort of a Cmho of Vcsieo-Vagiuul , with 

SiieecHsful Ojieratiou. (Pace.) Am. Med. Bv- 
Wecl.ly.AuglS. 

— Vesico. Case of . (Hi>so.) N. 1'. Med. Rec., 

Aw/. IH. 

— Case of Vcslco-Abdominal 

Dii.v.V Standiug. (Worster.) JV. 
March ui. 



of Fourteen 
r. Med. Rec., 



Flap Extraction. Successful of a Wounded 

Lens. (Becutuigei.) Pavijie Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Dee. 

Flint Dust. Tho Inhalation of . (Porwood.) 

I'hUu. Med. and Sur. Rep., June 9. 

FcBtal Heart-Beat. (Lcavitt.) V. S. Med. In- 
reiiUgator (ti.), Itec. 1.'). 

— Position. Case of Unusual . (Morris.) 

I'hilu. Med. Times,, Tune i). 

— Pulse. Couditiuus Aileefingthe . (Peters.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 23. 

FcBtatlon. Case of Included . (Rogers.) 

Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, (let. 

— Exti'a Uterine. (Hildreth.) Boston Med. aiid 
Sur. Jour., Nov. 8, 

— Case of Extra Uterine . (Smith.) Am, 

Pracl., Aug. 

Foetus. Effects upon tho ot Medicines given 

to tlio Pregnant Woman. (Cleveland.) The 
Clinic, May I'J. 

— lutluenco'ou the of Medicine. (Munde.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

— A . Arrested in Its Development at the 

Fourth Month and Cauied to the Full Period 
of Gestation. (Day.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 
Ex Mity. 

— Extraction of tho with the Olistetrlo For- 

cejts. (Marsdcn.) Iluhnemunniun Monthly, 
June. 

— In Utero. With Remarks on Maternal and 
Paternal Influences. (Dow.) Va. Med. Monthly, 
June. 

Food. Tho of tho Ancient and of Modem 



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u. s. 






Infauts. (Green.) Cin. Lancel and Ohs., 
Aug. 
—For InfanU. (Colvlu.) V. S. Med. Investiguior 

— (MiilH.) Am. Homeo., July. 

— (Pierstm,) U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), 
March 1. 

Foot. On the Causos of soino Clironlc Lame- 
uoHHoftUo . (Very.) Am. Yet. J:ev.,Jan. 

ForcepM. Ontbo — . (Atkinson.) Vhiia. Med. 
and Stir. Jiep., March 3. 

— Ain>lication of In Head-Lost Presenta- 
tions. (Bornardy.) Phila. Med. Times, April u. 

Foramen Oval*. Tbo Frequency and Import 

of u I'erforate . (Corson.) JIahmmannian 

Monlhlji, Deo. 

— Piirtiully Closed . (Eskrldge.) Phila. Med. 

Times, Julij 21. 

Foreign Bodies. In Nostrils. (Dumm.) Ohio 
Med. Recorder, March. 

— In tlio Htouiaoli. (Lee.) Vhila. Med. and 8ur 
Hep., Nov. 3. 

— In the Ear. (Amlck.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., 
April. 

— In the Ear. (Phillips.) Ohio Med. and Sur. 
Hep. (It.), Jan. 

— Biiuplo Process for Removing from the 

Eye. (Dugas.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., 
March. 

— Removal of from the Eye. (Ross.) Am. 

Med. Bi-weekly, Sept. 1. 

Foreign Body. Case of in the Bronchial 

Tube. (BreakcU.) N. Y. Med. JiecJxine'i. 

— Of Unusual Kind in tbo Air Passages; Tra- 
cheotomy; Spontaneous Expulsion After Six- 
teen Days. (Conner.) Am. Jour. Med. Sci- 
ences, Oct. 

— LuiRo in the Eye. (Dillard.) Va. Med. 

Monthly, April. 

— fn tlie External Auditory Canal, causing Re- 
dox Nervous Symptoms. (Ileydenreich.) Arch. 
Ophlhat. and Olul., Vol. VI., p. 3a3. 

— Tsv;> Cases of In tbo Rectum. (Weaver.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

I'racture. Of tbo Rim of tbo Aoetabulum. 
(Heifli.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

— Of tbo Bones of tbo Face. ( Bull.) If. r. Med. 
lice, Sept. 1. 

— Rare of Superior Maxilla. (Bull.) iV^. r. 

ilcd. lice, Vec. 'ii. 

— Aphorisms in . (Cowling.) Louisville 

Heit. Kcws, Dec. 20. 

— Report of » Case of of the Eleventh Dor- 
sal VeitebriD. (Fritts.) I'hif. and I'har., Feb. 

— Shortening in . (Hamilton.) JV. 1'. Med. 

Kix., Aug. 11. 

— Oi*! bo Sternum by Muscular Action, (Hodgen.) 
AT. r. Med. llec., Dec. 22 

— 8hoi"teuing in and Bilateral Symmetry. 

(Hunt.)^^ r. Med. llec., Aug. 4. 

— A Case of Potts . (Jernegan.) A'. E. Med. 

aazeUe(H.),Dec. 

— Of tbo Tibia. (Logan.) Louisville Med. News, 
March 10. 

— Old liepressed . (MoFarland.) Louisville 

Med. News, Feb. 21. 

— Case of T . (Morris.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. Jour., Nov. 29. 

— Now Method of Treating of tbo Clavicle. 

(Van Buren.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., 
Sept., and Canada Lancet, Dee. 

— Observations on Colics' with Case. 

(Forbes.) ToUdo Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Remarks on Colics' . (Hamilton.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Compound Comminuted of the Fibula, etc. 

(Bttbin.) Am. Uomeo.,Aug. 

— Compound of the Humerus and Os Calois. 

(Aikens.) Canadian Jour. Med. Science, Dee. 

— Compoimd Amputation. (Wall.) Buffalo 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— Compound — -witblu Two Inches of Ankle 
Joint. (Wall.) Buffalo Med. and Sur. Jour., 
\ov. I 

— Treatment of — of the Femur. (Brotber.) i 
.Im.Jonr. Med, SeitneeJi, .Tan, I 



— Of the Femur. (Hamilton.) Arch. Clin. Sur.. 
Nov. 15. 

— Clinical Lectures on of the Femur. (Ham- 
ilton.) I'hila. Med. Times, Nov. 24. 

— Treatment of of tbo Nock of the Femur, 

with Case. (James.) Huhnemannian Monthly, 
April. 

— Of the Femur, Treated by Allen's Fracture 
Bed. (Morse.) Fucijle Med. and Sur. Jour., 
April. 

— Intra-Capsular of the Nock of the Femur. 

(Wardner.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Dec. 

— Inlra-Capsular of Femur, etc. (Wiisoi:.) 

Phila. Med. Times, Aug. i. 

— Of the Humerus, Near the Condylus. (Frult- 
nigbt.) Arch. Clin. Sur., March. 

— Of tbo Humerus with Injury of the Musculo- 
spinal Nerve. Suit for Malpractice. (Ormsby.) 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Dec. 8. 

— or the Superior Epipbysis of the Humerus. 
(Ricbmond.) AT. r. Med. Jour., Nov. 

-Case of and one of Dislocation of the Patel- 
la. (Bacon.) Boston Med.and Sur. Jotir.,Oct.2rt. 

-Transverse of tbo Patella. (Brown.) Bos- 
ton Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 20. 

— Transverse of Patella. (Clebome.) Am. 

Jour. Med. S^i^nces, Oct. 

— Treatmei — of tbo Patella. (Oalioupe.) 
Boston Ml d Sur. Jour., Aug. 16. 

— Of tbo Pu (Howe.) Boston Med. and Sur. 
.Tour., Sept. b. 

— Of tbo Patella. (Morgan.) Boston Med. aiui 
Sur. Jour., Nov. 29. 

— Of tbo Patella. (Poyuter.) T?ie Clinic, .Tttne^. 

— Of the Skull. (Briggs.) Nash. .Tour. Med. and 
Sur., Nov. 

— Depressed Compound of the Skull. (Bu- 

ebaiiau.) IC. and L. Med. Jour., March. 

— Of Skull, with Loss of Brain Substance ; Re- 
covery. (Clebome.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
Oct. 

— External of the Skull. (Oaresche.) 81. 

Louis Clin. Rec, Nov. 

— Notes of aCaso of of the Base of the Skull. 

(Horsey.) Canada Lancet, Aug. 

— Two Cases of of the Skub. (Marion.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. Ii7. 

— Case of Extensive Comi)ound of the Skull. 

(O'Brien.) N. Y. Mat. Rec, Sept. 8. 

— Case of of tbo Cranium. (Pirrio.) Ecle*"- 

ticMed. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Exteusivo Compound of the Skull, with 

LoRs of Bone Bubstance. (Ross.) Canada 
Med. and Sur. Jour.. Nov. 

— Compound Comminuted of the Skull, with 

Exteusivo Loss oi B(mo and CVroi)ral Sub- 
stance. (Snlvely.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
Nov. 24. 

— Of tbo Skull, and Compound Dislocation of 
tboAnklo. (Wright.) Am. Pract., Dec. 

— Oblique of tbo Thigh Treated by Ext«»n- 

slon. (Bull.) Canada Med. llec., Oct. 

— lutra-Capsular of tbo Thigh and tbo Er- 
rors of tbo Methods of Diagnosis. (Parsons. ) 
Borneo. Times, Feb. 

Fractures. On tbo Treatment of by Moans 

of Buck's Apparatus and Improved Plaster 
Bandage. (Dubois.) A'. 1'. Med. Rec, Aug. 4. 

— Trcatuicit of of the Shalt of tbo Femur 

inthoAualt. (Hamilton.) A^. Y. Med. Rec, 
Dec. 1. 

—Summary Remarks on of tbo Shaft of 

tboFemiu- in Adults. (Hamlltou.) Buffalo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dee. 

— Of tbo Head of tbo Radius. (Hodges.) Bos- 
ton Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 18. 

—Of Lower Extremitius. (James.) Uahneman- 
nian Monthly, May. 

— Intra and Extra-CapsiUar and their Suc- 
cessful Treatment, (ijpiuzig.) St. Louis Ctin. 
Rec, Oct. 

Fractured MoxlUae. Retention of . (Miles.) 

A'. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 
Fractional Notea. (Wilder.) Am. Jour. Plmw., 

Sept. 
Frienuui LinKiue. Caso of . (Doauo4 

I'/iy. iinil I'lan:, -Vor. 



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INDEX TO OKIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



1 



FramlMBHiold Condylomatoun. S.vpIillodRrm 
cir tiio llui y Bin i», tuictl by the llyiMxlciiiiid 
IiOcctiou of Ciirrooivo Kiibllmato. (Tuiuuitwo 
di Auilciti.) Arch. Uemiutol., OcL 

Piwer. TlioLivtoOr. . (Steveueou.) Chicago 

iicd. Jour, unit Ex., June. 

Freezliiff Miorotoine. (Lon^cstroot.) Phila. 

21eU. Ttincn, MaijVi. 
Fundus in Urine. Rononiblin^ Vontriculi. (Ma- 

«oiul>cr.) I'llila. Med. Times, Auy. 18. 
Fnrrum Diol.VHatuiu. (Yundcll, Jr.) Louis- 
ville Med. Sews,AuiJ. A. 
Claliciuu OzohLerlt. (Grabowski.) Am. Jour. 

I'liur., Feb. 
Gall Stones. Impactiun of and Obstructtoii 

or tho liowcl. (Uai'cluy.) Canada Lunvel, 

June. 
Galvanic Current. Iiuportance of tbo in 

ElcctiiiTliinipuutics. (MiicH.) Cin. Med. 

Hews, March. 
Galvano-Pnucture. Tlio In Ovarian Tuiuors. 

(Doluniatcr.) J\ orlh Am. Jour, lloiiico., Icb. 

— Of u liydrovariuni. (FUcb.) N. Y.Med. Jour.. 
Jan. 

Gnnsrene. Cuso of SpontaueoiiM . (Hard.) 

Chicuyo Med. Jour, and Ex., Dec. 

— Following tUo Kxtcruiil ii80t>f Carbolic Acid. 
<Kellock.) Canada Lancet, March 

— Aniputution. (Keoipf.) Louisville Med. A'ews, 
April 7. 

Garden City. More about as n City of 

Uuultli. (Auou.) The Haitilarian, Jttne. 

Garrya Fremouti. (Rosa.) Am. Jour. I'har., 
Vec. 

Gas. Personal Experience of Nitrous Oxide . 

(Uibbuus.) Fucijic Med. and Hur. Jour., 
April. 

— BitretlonH of — in tho Breoat, Instead of 
Milk. (iTice.) Am. Observer {11.), Jan. 

Gastritis. Acute . (Uole.) Am. Borneo., 

J\up. 

— Keport of a Case of Acute . (Benson.) 

Mahnemannian Monthlij, March. 

Gastro-Catarrli. Case of and Endometritis. 

(Uoaiic.) riiy. and PJiur., Aug. 

— Elytrutoniy. A bi'L-uud Hiiceessful Case of 
. (akeue.) Am. Jour. Obi., Oct. 

Gastritis. Acute . (Wiiitu.) Phila. Med. 

and Hur. lUp., March il. 
Gastrotomy. Two Unsuccessful Cases of 

fcr tiio HtiUioval oi Aouuiuiiiul Tuuiors. 

(McLe'Ui.) We*Urn Lanccl, Hcpt. 
Geisnnia. PliysloloKlcal Action of and 

l^fUomiuio Acid. (UlL) FhUa. Med. Times, 

March 31. 

— Fivim ration and Toxlo Eflfwts of . 

(Worujiey.) Am. Jour, i'/iar., April. 

Gclscmlam. (Adolt jius.) Southern Med. Jiec., 
Aug. 

— Ti\ictuit> . (Fentress.) Med. Brief, Sept. 

— (CiUtfS.) Southern Med. 1,'cc., j\ oc. 

— As n liciuvUy lor Uutui'liuiciit ct: the Kctlna. 
(Nortou.) Ohio. Med. uiul M<r. and licp. (11.), 
July. 

— tfemperrlreuB. Yellow Gels. (Uoss.) South- 
erii ^cd. lice, Mai/. 

— Aoilnu of tii'Uipcrvirens. tOtt.) Am. 

I'racl., Aj)rit and May. 

Oentiana Quinquefloro. Five flowered Gen- 
tian. (Uoi!>.) Med. hricf, Aug. 

Acnu-Pectorul X'osition. Tho in Shoulder 

I'lvscuiatious. (Liuion.) Am. Trad., (>cl. 

— Tao iu Biiouldur Fi'eseututiuu. (Purvin.) 

Am. I'ract., Jan. 

Genus Kpldeuiiciis. Th»i . (Woodward.) 

I'. S. Med. lnvts.4jalor ill.), Sor. 1,">. 
German Literature. Kotiospect ol' — . (DcccUc.) 

Am. Jour. liuMiiiij, Ol/. 
Gestation, l^iloufciil to Four lluudivd and 

hull} two i)u>s. (iiryan.) SI. Lotus Mid. 

anti Sur. .lour..Ju!>i. 



— Case of Pi'otractcd . (Moore.) Phila. Mtd. 

and Sur. liep., Feb. 3. 

Gilleoia Stipulaeeu. liesults of Analysis of 

the lioot of . (Wotherell.) Phila. Med. 

Times, April 14. 
Glanders. In tho Human Subject. (Joue.) Pa- 

eijic Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 
Glass Graduates. Inaccuracy of . (Hoi 

guio.) jV. y. Med. liec., Jan. V!0. 
Giusswai-e. Colored . (Wilder.) Am. Jour. 

I'hur., March. 

— Nou-Actinio . (Wilder.) Am. Jour. Phar 

lib. 

Giaucomu. (Thomas.) llahnemannian Month 

Ig, March. 
Glauconia Simplex. (Lyons.) Am. Prael. 

June. 
Gleet. Is Communicable f (Bowling.) The 

Clinic, March 'i. 

GIif>-S:ircoma. Double . (Zlnke.) The Clinic, 

Jan. 21. 

Glycerin. The Use of in Fluid Extracts 

(Leuiuan.) Am. „ mir. Phar., July, 

Glyrerite of Keplialine. (Ashmcad.) Detroit 
Ltd. Jour., Oct. 

— On tliO Articles of Dr. C. O. Polk, upon . 

(Percy.) Phi a. Med. Times, A'ov. 10. 

— AbIi mead's Aitiole on . (Percy.) Detroit 

Med. Jour., Dec. 

— (Polk.) Southern Med. liec., June. 

— (Wiley.) Louisville Med. A'ews, June 3. 

Goa Powder. (Baker.) Ta, Med. Monthly, 
Aivril. 

— And Cbrysophanio Acid. (Bullock.) Am.Jow. 
Phar., Nov. 

Gonalgia, or Hysterical Arthralgia. (Clebornc.) 
A, 1. Med. Bee., Aug. 25. 

Gonorrhoea. Latent . (Cross.) Si. Louis 

Clin, liec., Nov. 

— fuse of Complicated with EpididymittH. 

or Swelled TesUcle. (Doauo.) Med. hriej, 
Mag. 

Gonorrhosal Fpididymitis. Case in which 

I'i'crt'dcii the Disciiai'ge from tho Urethra. 
(StauBbuiy.) Arch. Dermatol., April. 

Granulated Uds. On . (Jackson.) V. S. 

Mtd. Investigator (11.), Aug, 1. 
Graves Disease. (Pepper.) X. T. Med. Bee., 

Stilt. 1. 
Grindciia-Robnsta. And Yerba-Santa in Asthma 

and liruuciual iriitutiuu. (Griltiu.) Med. Briej, 

AtKJ. 

— (Guernsey.) JTomeo Times, Jan. 

— in Asthma aud W hoopiug-Cough. (Patecj 
Med. lirief, Nor. 

— Squarrona. (Munk.) Am. Med. Jour. {E.), 
Nov. 

Guraua Paulliuia. (Goss.) Eclectic Med. and 

Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Guide-Uoard tu Prescribing. (Ockford.) tin. 
Med. Advance, July. 

Gutta Percha Tissue. (Chamberlain.) .V. V. 
Jilt/, liet:, i)ept. '13. 

Guttata Prosiasis. (Bulkley.) Arch. Derma- 
tut., Oct. 

Gyiueculsgy. Contribution tu tho Statistics 

of . Ularduu.) lioston Med. and Sur. 

Jour.. May 10. 

— iu Jiipuu. iWcruich.) Chicago Med. Jour, 
and L.i.,Ma>/. 

Hiemarumoscope. Tho . (White.) Am. 

J.jur. Mid., Aaences. July. 

Usemutliurax. (Easley.) Va. Med. Monthly, 

Oil. 

IIirmHtuma. Of the Anterior Wall of the Vagina, 
(.tlui'iii^ .) Phila. Med. 'liiiws, Aug. 18. 

liieuiuptysis. (Ckvtland.) The Clinic, Sept. 1. 

Ilivmurrliuids. Treatmcut of Iiijections of 






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Carbolic Acid Oil. 
Hur. Jour., June. 



(Wood.) Canada Med. and 



V. S. 



Hahnemann. On Aconite. (Hughes.) 
iJed. luvesUgalor {U.), Sept. 1. 

— Aud Uumeopatby. (Potors.) Phy. and Phar., 
Feb., May, and Aug. 

Hair. Doea the Human Ever turn Gray in 

a Hlnglti HitOxt t (Bai-uea.) Cin. Med. Advance 
(U.), March. 

— Does the Grow after Doath ! (Lowther.) 

Louisville Med. News, Oct. 2U. 

— Facts About . (Morrow.) Gin. Med. Ad- 
vance (H.) April. 

— Pin. And CalouluB in Bladder. (McCauley.) 
Ohio Med. Bee., Aug. 

— CaM8. ▲ Coupleof . (Buell.) Ohio Med. 

and Sur. Rep. (H.),Jan. 

— And Calculus. In Bladder. (McCauley.) 
Ohio Med. Sec., Aug. 

Bare Up. Cases of and Cleft Palate in Sy- 

pbilitio Children. (Brown.) Arch. Dermatol., 
July. 

— And Cleft Palate, \rith Operation for Hare- 
Lip. (Gunn.) Ohieago Med. Jour, and Ex., 
June. 

Baarvatd School of Medicine. (Osier.) Cana- 
dian Jour. Med. Science, Aug. 

Hoad Rest. Elastic Spring . (Wood.) N. T. 

Med. Bee., Nov. 10. 

Headache. Remedy for tbe . (Lookrldge.) 

Am. PraeU, March. 

— The Therapeutics of — . (Smith.) Southern 
Med. Bee., Feb. 

— On the Diagnosis and Xireatment of . 

(Thomson.) N. T. Med. Bee., Nov. 17. 

— An Uususpected Cause of . (Washington.) 

St. Louia Eclectic Med. Jour., Nov. 

Healing Art. The . (Llppe.) Bahneman- 

nian Monthly, Nov. 
Health Helper. (King.) Eeleetie Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Aug. 

Heart. Lectures on Disease of the . (Flint. ) 

N. r. Med. Bee., Sept. 8. 

— Lecture on the . (Flint.) N. J. Med. Bee., 

Sept. 16. 

— Two Cases of Anomalous. (Halderman.) Ohio 
Med. Becorder, July. 

— Diseases of tbe . (James.) Hahnemannian 

Monthly, June and Sept. 

— Eleotrfcal Phenomeua Occurring in tbe . 

(Lautenbacli.) Phila.Med. Times, March 31. 

— Case of Valvular Diseaeeof tbe . (Reddy.) 

Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— Valvular Disease. (Smith.) Cin. Lancet 

and Obs., Aug. 

— Showing Anomalous Arrangement of the Leaf- 
lets of tbe Pulmonary Valve. (Wilson.) Phila. 
Med. Times, July 7. 

— And Kidney Disease, Combined. (Starr.) 
I'hila. Med. Times, leb. 17. 

— Soundo. Tlie Relation of Certain Abnormal 
— to Uraemia and Brigbt's Disease. (I-yncb.) 
Md. Med. Jour., July. 

Hellebore. (Gatchcll.) Northwestern Aiinalisl, 

(H.),July. 
Uematocle. Perl-Uterine. (Baker.) No/^th- 

tteslern Annalist, (H.), July. 
Hemiplegia. Case of Hysterical , with Nou- 

viilKia of the Ti'igfmiuuB and Amblyopia. 

(Bull.) N. Y. Med. Bee, Feb.. 17. 

— Case of Right and Apbusia, with Mitral 

Disease of tuo Heart. (Comegys.) Cin. Lan- 
cet and Obs., Jan. 

— Caeoof Spinal . (Janes.) Am. Jour., Med. 

Sciences, Oct. 

~ Interuiittont . (Rockwell.) N. T. Med. 

Jour., Aug. 
Hemiopia. (Dickinson.) Chicago Med. Jour. 

and Ex., Oct., and St. Louit Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Aug. 

UcmoiTluHfe. Cai»o of from the M cous 

Membrane of tbe Larynx. (Coomes.) Louia- 
viUe Med. Newt, July 38. 



I — Death from Concealed in tbe Femoral 

I Arteiy. (Cotton.) Phila. Med. Times, Jan. 6. 

— Case of (Cresey.) Toledo Med. and Sur 

! Jour., Aug. 

— Poot-Partum. (Fortner.) Ta. Med. Monthly, 
Sept. 

— Ante-Partura , Controlled by Pressure on 

tlieFujtuH. (Foster.) Am. Uomeo.,July. 

— Hidden . (Freeman.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., Aug. 11. 

— Sablna . (Gibson.) U. S. Med. Investigator 

{«.), Feb. 1. 

— Post-Partum . (Morrison.) N. T. Med. 

Eclectic, May and July, and Southern Med. liee., 
Oct. 

— Case of Uterine , Illustrating tbe Use of 

Curette. (Morton.) Louisville Med. Newt, 
Oct. 6. 

— Case of Intestinal iu a Child One Day Old. 

(Taylor.) Va. Med. Monthly, Dec. 

— Case of Accidental CDUcealed , followed by 

Quick and PainleHs Labor. (Wbeatou.) Ohio 
Med and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Hemorrhoids. Are Salutary) (Boden- 

faamcr.) N. T. Med. Bee., Sept. «. 

— Surgical Treatment of . (Fiske.) Borneo. 

Times, April. 

— Internal . (Owen.) Chicago Med. Jour. 

a}id Ex., June. 

— On tho Surgical Treatment of Uterine. (Sut- 
ton.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

— (Vance.) Cm. Lancet and Obs., Kov. 

— (Washington.) Eeleetie Med. and Sur. Jour., 
June. 

Hepar Salphor. CorapariHon of and 8111- 

cia. (Miller.) Bahtiemannian Monthly, F^ 

Hepatic Affection. On an Obscure . (Elder.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Bep., Feb. 3. 
Hermaphrodite. An . (Seip.) Bahno- 

mannian Monthly, Dee. 

Hermaphroditism. Cose of Spurious .(Betts.) 

Hahnemannian Monthly, May. 

Hernia. The Authors who wrote on it, and its 

Trt'iitmeut Prior to the lltb Centm-y. (Alex- 
andria.) Canada Lnti ret, Oct. 

— A New Truss for Forward . (De Oarmo.) 

N. Y. Med Bee. Aug. 

— Tbe Value of Sneezing in tbe Reduction of 

. (Deniflon.) Southern Med. Bee., April, 

and Ta. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

— (Mudd.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Dee. 

— Femoral . (Perrigo.) Canada Med. Bee., 

May. 

— Peiltoneal of tbe Linea Alba. (Toland.) 

Western Lancet, May. 

— Caseof Stniujnilfitert Inccninnl of 4 Days 

and 18 Hours' Standiug ; Operation ; Recovery, 
(Miller.) Western Lancet, June. 

— Radical Cure of Strangulated Inguinal . 

(Smith.) Arch. Clin. Sur., Feb. 

— Case of Strangulated Irrodiiciblo, Direct In- 
guinal. (Todd.7 Phila. Med. and Sur. B^, 
April li. 

— Strangulated . (Allis.) Phila. Med. Timet, 

July 7. 

— The Early Operation for Strancrulated . 

(AUls.) Phila. Med. Times, Juh/ 21. 

— Wben to Operate lor btraugulatcd . (Byrd.) 

B. and L. Med. Jour.. Jan. 

— Reduction of Strangulated . (Dugos.) N. 

O. Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

— Operation for Strangulated . (Fttoh.) 

Am. Pract., March. 

-Case of Concealed Strangulated , (GQ- 

liam.) Ohio Med. Becorder, May. 

— Stiaugulntcd . (Guernsey.) Bahneman- 

nian Monthly, May. 

— Case of Stvanguiated of Right Side. 

(Knott.) LouisoUlc Med. Neirs, JulyT. 

— Reportof aCasoof Sponlanoous Closure of a 
Gaiigrenons Solution of Continuity in the 

latest ne Keaultiug from Strangulated . 

(Lausiiifih.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— Singular Cac o of Str.inguiated . (Sterling.) 

Cin. Med. Advance {B.), May. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



Herniotomy. SuccoAnfnl Cane of . (Jerue- 

gau.) iV. /<;. Mitl. Uuille (W.), Feh. 

— An InteruatiiiK Cutio uf BUMUgulnted Bnbnnu- 
cvlo . (Llttlo.) N. Y. Meif. Etc., ilarcha. 

Herpes Zoater. The Fatbolugy of Cliiiically 

Cuuaidorcd. (RoUo.) Arch. Dermatol., July. 
Hey'a Operation. (Church.) Cln. Lancet and 

Obs.,Jan. 
Hlcooagh. Cufle of Chronio . (Shrlver.) Oin. 

Luiicttund Obs., March. 
Hip DUease. Two Cases of Supposed . 

(Lcouurd.) Detroit Meil. Jour., Nov. 
BUppomane Manrlneila. Notes on the EfTeots 

of the Sap or Julio of tho . (Howard.) 

UahnemannUin Monthly, Feb. 
Holden's Resonator. Dr. . (Holdeii.) N. 

Y. Med. Itec. Feb. 3. 
Homeopathy. Tu Northern Ohio. (Bookwith,) 

Ohio Med. and Sitr. licp. {11.), Jan. 

— Pioneers of in Northei n OhI o. (Beckwith. ) 

Phy. and Phar., Jan. 

— Vs. the Physiological School. (Borridge). 
r. S. Med. lnve»tigalor (.11.), Feb. \. 

— As a Science. (Farriugton.) Uahnemannian 
Monthly, May. 

— A i.^ayrnan's Experience of . (Furness.) 

NwlhAm. Jour. Homeo., Nov. 

— Capitulation of . (Lippe.) Cin, Med. Ad- 

rauce (11.). Sept. 

— In Surgery. (Parsons.) Cin, Med. Advance 
(//.), May. 

— On the Cause of Professional Opposition to 

. (Pope.) Hahnemannian Monthly, Oct., 

and Ohio Med. and Sur. Hep, (JJ.), Nov. 

Homeopathic Question. Tho . (Bumstead.) 

N. Y. Med. Pec., Sept. 1. 

— Hospital. Tho Ward's Island, New York. 

(Corson.) Uahnemannian Monthly, Dec. 

— Colleges. Tho Iiiiportiinco of Departments of 

Phanuacology niul ProvinKS in the . 

(Hale.) 17. S. Med. Inrcsligator (U.), July 1. 

— Cure. On tho RationaJo of (Uughes.) A^. 

E. Med. Gazette (II.), May. 

— Lilu Insurauco Cuuipuuies. (Lippe.) Cin. Med. 
Arirance (U.), May. 

— Tinctures. On tho Strength of . (Sher- 

niuu.) Am. Homeo., Nov. 

Hop Culture. In New York. (Blssell.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Nov. 
Hops. On Some Constituents of . (Blssell.) 

Am. Jour. Phar., Dee. 
Hospital and Private Practice. (Hamilton.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 13. 

— Cases. (Abbot.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Dec. 20. 

— (Bradford.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 
27. 

— (Cabot.) Boston 2Ied. and Sur. Jour., March 
23, atid May 10. 

— (Cheercr.) Bostoti Med. and Sur. Jour., March 
1, April 26, and May 3. 

— (Doe.) Boston Mm. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 18. 

— (Fifleld.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jov,r., Nov. 
15. 

— (Gay.) Boston Med, and Sur. Jour., Sept. 6, 
Oct, 4, and Nov, 2X 

— (Homans.) Boston Mod. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 
16. 

Boston Med, and Sur. Jour., April 



Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 11. 
Boston Med, and Sur, Jour., Jan. 



Boston 



— (Lymaa.) 
6 atid 19. 

— (Mlnot.) 

— (Porter.) 
as. 

— Boston Lying-in . (Richardson.) 

Med. and Bur. Jour., July 13. 

— tRichardson.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Aug. 9. 

— (Tuomdykfl.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
June 28 and July 19. 

— (Vanderbeok.) Phila. Med. Times, March 3. 

— (Warren.) Boston Med, and Sur, Jour., March 
15 and Sept. 27. 

— Notes. (Wharton.) Phila,Med. Tim€s,Dee.B. 

— Beport. (Porter.) Phila. Med, Times, June 
and S'pt- !• 



— (Wharton.) Phtla. Med. Times, June 23. 

— t'linio of Dr. J. M. Da C.sta. (Woodbury.) 
Phila. Med. and Sur. iivp., Jan. 6. 

— Reports. (Feiiwick.) Canada Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Sept. 

— (JohiiNou.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 15. 
(Morgan.) Phila. Med. Times, Jan. 20. 

Phila. Med. Times, Aug. i. 
hila. Med. Times, May 20 and Dee. 



la. Med. Times, Feb. 3. 
Southern Med. lice., Jan. 
Phila. Med. Times, Jan. 6 



and 



Canada 



— (Poitcr.i 

— (Robert 
22. 

— (Rolan< 

— (Vaniiorij, 

— (Wharton.) 
Nov. 10. 

Hospitals. ThoLoiMloii . (Alton.) 

Lancet, .Tan. 
Hot Springs. Of Arkaiiso^. (Morse.) Hahne- 

maiiniiin Monthly, Aug. 

— Case Cunul a r. tho of Arkansas. (Ordway .) 

Uahnemannian Monthly, Oct. 

— Water. For Treatment of Sick Storaaoh. 
(Owen.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., March 21. 

How to Temper thi« Tomprramout Diuleti- 

cally. (Ktdtleld.) Homeo. Times, Feb. 
Human Actions. The Scieni itiu BoHis of . 

(Vuruna.) Momeo. Times, April. 
Humerus. Spontaneous Reduction of a DImIo- 

nuvd . (Davenport.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., May 6. 
Hydatids. Complicating l^eraaturc Delivery. 

(Armstrong.) Med. hrxef, Sept. 
Hydrastis Canadensis. The Properties and 

Uweaof . (Bleach.) Ohio Mea. Recorder, 

Oct. 

— In Uterine Hemorrhage and Menorrhagia and 
alao In Dysmeuiirrhoea. (Gordon.) Chicago 
Med. Jour, and Ex., Aug. and Sept. 

Hydrencephalocele. (Kennady.) Am. Med. 

Jii- Weekly, Oct. 27. 
Hydroa. TwoCoHesof . (Bulkley.) Arch. 

Dermatol., April. 
Hydroadipsla. Clinical Cases of withSome 

Farts CoueernliiK tho Water Supply of Living 

Bodies. (McElroy.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., 

Jan. 
Hydrocephalus. Traumatic . (Farringtim.) 

Homeo. 'limes, Oct. 

— Acute uud lisTreHtmeut. (Pimat.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., A ug. 4. 

Hydrocele. (Briggs.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., 

April. 
Hydrogen. Tho Protoxide of Chemically 

ami Medically Considered. (Haldemauu.) Cin. 

Luncet and Obs., Oct. 

Hydrophobia. Its Cause. (Baer.) Uahneman- 
viun Monthly, Aug. 

— OntlioTrtiutmcutof . (Butterfleld.) Eclec- 
tic Med. and Sur. Jovr., June. 

-Case of . (Edwards.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. Jour., March 16. 
—Case of . (Francois.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., May 17. 
—Case of . (Hanoconi.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., April 19. 
-(King.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— Case of . (Mackenzie.) Am. Jour. Obs., 

Jan. 

— (Pearson.) Hahnemannian Monthly, Sept. 

— Case of . (Smith.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., March 1^. 

— (Spetli.) Hahnema7inian Month fi^, May. 

— A Reply to Dr. Young. (Stockwell.) Boston 
Med- and Sur. Jour., July 26. 

— An Interesting Case of , and n Question of 

DIagnoHis. (Stoi rs.) N. Y. Meil. Rec., July 7. 

— ReiKJi t of a Case of . (Warner.) N. Y. Med. 

Sec, Dee. 15. ,, . 

— Bemurks on . (Young.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. .Tour., June 14. 

Hydrotherapentics. (lUoway.) Oin. Lancetand 

Obs., June. 
Hyctene. Marino on Board Passenger Vefr 

sels. (Bell.) The Sanitarian, April. 



CLASSIFIED BY SUBJECTS. 



3& 



— Rei>ort on . (Caboll.) Va. Med. Monthly, 

Jan. 

— During the Pnrtiirlpnt Porlml. (Cuuiiiilngs.) 
U. S. Med. Invfuliyalor (II.), .June 15. 

— Rocont Frogi'osa In Public . (Driipor.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., May 31. 

— At A.inliorHt CoIIoko. (Ilitolicock.) The Sani- 
larian, Dec. 

— Buhuol . (Loriiig.) The Sanitarian, May. 

Hyuscyamine. In the Treatniont of Inminlty. 

(Do Witt.) Oin. Lancet and Ubs., Aug. 

— Tho Alkuloid In Mania. (Stylos.) Homeo. 

Times, Oct. 

Byperiemla. Cerebral . (Teed.) Chicago 

Jow. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., April. 
HjrpersDSthesia. (Boyco.) Am. Uomeo., Nov. 
Uyperldrosis. CaBo of Malarial Unilateral . 

(Uuai'dur.) St. Louis Clin, lice., Dec. 
Hypenultropia. Cuntrllmtiun to t-ke History 

of . (Ely.) N. y. Med. Jtec., March 10. 

H7P«rpl»8la. Case of Areolar . (Yoinans.) 

llomeo. Times, Jan. 
Hypertrophy. Remarks on of Turbinated 

Corpora Cavernosa. (Roliiiiaou.) Avi. Jour. 

Med. Sciences, April. 

HrpoBpadlas. Cases of . (Bailey.) N. T. 

^Med. Jour., April. 

— FelKuiug Hcriuaplirodltlsm. (Latliroi>.) Bos- 
ton Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 22. 

— Caso of Cured by Operation. (WilUersou.) 

Va. Med. Monthly, Feb. 

HyHteria. {Peters.) Ya. Med. Monthly, Dee. 

— Resulting I'ruiuHpiual Irritation. (Kingsbury.) 
N. E. Med. aa:elte (U.), March. 

— Peculiar Case of . (Wyeth.) N. Y. Med. 

Jour., Oct. 

Hysterio-Epllepsy. Two Cases of . (Ham- 
ilton.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— Neurosis. Case of of tbo Stomooli. 

(Ciiamboiliiln.) Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Caso of Bympatliotlc of the Stomacli. 

(Formruto.) Am. Jour. Ojs., July. 

Hysterutouiy. (Claik.) Canada Lancet, Oct. 
Xboris Amara. Some Experiments on tho Frog 

with . (Gatotiell.) I'lorlh Am. Jour. Uomeo., 

Feb. 
Idiosyncrasy. (Burrows.) Ecleellr. Med. and 

Siir. Jour., Feb. 

— Report of a Caso of in Regard to the 

Ctfects of Ouiuiue. (Denig.) Ohio Med- lie- 
corUcr, Marcn. 

lohthyosis. (Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 
Icterus Neonatorum. Cases of , (Marble.) 

BonUmMed. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 15. 
Ileum. Separation of tlio . and Spontaneous 

Occlusion of tuo Divided Extremities. (Uoclie.v 

ter.) Buffalo Med. atui Sur. Jour.,*Oct. 
Ileo Colitis. (Polk.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, 

Nov. 10. 
Imagination. Case Illustrating the Influence 

of tuo upon tbo Vuluutary Muscles. (De 

Witt.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., March. 
Impaction. Case of of tlie Bowels. (Hill.) 

Am. Med. Bi- Weekly, Sept. 2i. 
Impetigo Contagiosa. (Van Harliiigen. Phila. 

Med. and Sur. liep., Sept. 8. 
Inaugural Remarks. As President of tlie 

Huunemanu Academy of Mediiino of New 

York. (Uilis.) V. 8. Med. Investigator (II.), 

Jan. I. 
laclslon. Case of of tlie Cervix, witli Death 

on tue Ftfteentli Day. (Nicoll.) Am. Jour. 

Obs., April. 

— And Division. Renum6 on of tUe Corvlx 

Uteri for DyamenorrUoia and Sterility. (Pal- 
len.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

Incompatible. (Bayre.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Jiep., Sept. 20. 
ladflxlng of Periodicals. (Clebome.) Am, 

Jour, thar., June. 

— (Wilder.) Am. Jour. Phar., May. 



Some of the DIagnostIo Rel». 
— . (Hudson.) Phy. and Pluw., 



(Mar- 



Indigestions. 

tious of tUo 
May. 
Indlvlduallsation. Vs. Oeneralizatiou. 
o> .) Am. Uomeo., July. 

Inebriate Asylums. And their Management. 
(Dodge.) Quar. Jour. Inebriety, June. 

Inebriety. Clinical Studies of . (Crotliors.) 

I'hila. Med. and Sur. liep., Feb. 17. 

— Duration, Mortality and Prognosis of . 

(Crotbers.) Quar. .four. Inebriety, March. 

— Atmospboric Influences Controlling . 

(Crotbers.) Quar.Jotir. Inebriety, Sept. 

— Tbo Relation and Hereditary "tendieucy be- 

twoen and Epilepsy. (Mann.) Quar. Jour, 

Inebriety, March. 

— An Extraordiuary Case of Opium . (Mat- 

tUon.) N. Y. Med. liec., Aj/ril 14. 

— A Disease. (Mason.) Quar. Jour. Inebriety, 
Dec. 

— (Washington.) Eclectic Med. and Sur. Jmtr., 
Oct. 

— Cause, Effect and Cure of . (Wilklns.) 

Quar. Jonr. Inebriety, June. 

— Tho Dogma of Human Responsibility, more 

Especially as it Relates to . (Wlllett.^ 

Quar. Jour. Inebriety, Sept. 

Infants' Food. Viewed Chemically. (Wlllianis.) 
U. S. Med. Investigator {11.), Sept. 15. 

Infect'ous Diseases. Plain Directions for Pre- 
venting tho Spread of . (Madagau.) TJie 

Sanitarian, Jan. 

Inflammation. Of tho Lachrymal Sac. (Amick.) 
Cin. Med. News, March. 

— Acute of tho Middle Ear. (Cheatham.) 

Am. I'raet., Aug. 

— Of tho MaM«^oid Cells. (Harwood.) Va. Med. 
Monthly, A rch. 

— Two Cases of Catarrhal of tiie Bladder, 

etc. (Lougstroth.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
July. 

— Chronic of Wrist and Knee Joint. (Sayi'e.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. liep., Feb. 10. 

— Tiio Treatment of tho Aiute of tho Middle 

Ear. (WelHjr-Liei.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 
Ex., Nov. 

Influence of Civilization. On the Duration of 
Lite. (Levis.) The Sanitarian, May. 

Influenta. Tho Sequelto in . (Joues.) Phila. 

Med. o:,d Sur. liep., Feb. 17. 

liifusoria. (Noyos.) Detroit Med. Jour., Jan. 

Ingrowing Nails. (Talbot.) N. E. Med. Gazette 
{It.), Jan. 

— Toe Nail. (Hamilton.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., Sept. 22. 

— ( I iignls.) Chieapo Med, Jour, atul Ex., Dee. 

— (Jones.) Ohio Med. llccordcr, Sept. 

— (MoCluer.) Phila. Med, and Sur. liep., Nov. 
10. 

— (Noet.) N. Y. Med. Pec, Sept. 1. 
Inhalation. Of Iodine in Asthma. (Westmore- 
land.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

lulialer. Description of a New for Chloride 

of Ammonium. (Felton.) N. Y. Med. Ree., 
Dec. 15. 

Ii^ection. Sub-Cutaneous of Irritant Sub- 
stances. (Luton.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Jan. 

IivJeotions. Carbolic Acid in Hemorrlioida. 

(Carter.) Tlie Clinic, June 16. 

— On the Means of Rendering Vaginal Safe 

and EtHoieut. (Foster.) Arch. Clin. Sur., Oct. 
15 

— Danger from Hypodermic . (Ingals.) CM- 

caijoMed. Jour, and Ex., Aug, 

— Dangers of Vaginal . (BeaoU.) Med. Brief, 

Oct. 

— Dangei-s of Vaginal . (Jolinson.) Md. 

Med. Jour., Sept. 

— Of Carboiate of Ammonia for Snake Bite. 
(Knott. ) Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., July W. 

— Water in Utei-ine Displacements. (Morr 

gnu.) Hahnemannian MontMy, JuttjS. 






INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



—Extra Uterine In Post-Pnrtum Fleiuorrbago. 

(Torroy.) Boston Med. and Siw. Jour., July 26. 
Jniniy. Sovoro and Pocullur . (Brugb.) 

Phila. Med. and liiir. Jlep., tSe/U. IS. 
~ Sovero to tbo Face. (Cruuston.) Canada 

Lancet, A ug. 

— Four fuses of Cercbrul . (Dulles.) I'hilu. 

Med. Times, ScjjI. 2'J. 

— Ciise of Ouuabot of the Briiiu ; Recovery. 

(File.) Canada Lancet, April. 

— Casoaof of the Bi'aln Involving 8i)et)cb. 

(H07.) Chicayo Jour. \crv. and Mcnt. t>is., 
April. 

— KesiiltliiK from Electrical Treatiueut. (Lin- 
coln.) Boston Med. and Hiir. Jour., Oct. 25. 

— Case of Sovero of tbo Face. (Noet.) Jf. 

Y. Med. lice., Oct. 27. 

— Of Midillo Finger TearluK away the Extensor 
Toudou from its Origin in tho Extensor Com- 
munis Digltontni. (SawtitUo.) Jioslon Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Nov. 8. 

Ii^arles. Surgical of the IIea*l. (Jowett.) 

Jioston Med. and Sur. Jour., Any. 0. 

— or the Ilouil. (Logan.) N. E. Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Oct. 

— Tbo Treatment of Certain of tho Heart, 

Acenmpuuiud by Ivcsloun of tho Bruin and its 
Mcuibruucs. (Rodman.) Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, Jan. 

— Of tbo Arm and Fore-Arm. (Wight.) Areh. 
Clin. Sur., Dec. 1. 

Insane. Mechanical Protection for tho Violent 
. (Grissum.) Am. Jour. Insanity, July. 

— AsyluiuB. la Ohio. (Bovkwltb.) Ohio Med. 
a}ul Sur. Rep. (U.), Nov. 

Insanity. Affective . (Bauduy.) St. Louis 

Clin. Jiec., Jan. 

— Medico- Legal Relations of . (Beckwitb.) 

Cin. ilrd. Advance (//.), Oct. 

— The Plea of . (Ciuroll.) The Sanitarian, 

June. 

— Keflex. (Cross.) St, Louis Clin. Rec., July. 

— Tlio Curability of . (Eaile.) Am. Jour. 

Insanity, April. 

— And tho Revival. (Fisber.) Boston Med, and 
Sur. Jour., July l'.\ 

— Tho Juiispnidenco of in New York. (Fol- 

som.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., March in. 

— The Treatment «>r — . (Folsom.) Boston Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Dec. 20. 

— How to Diagnose Certain Forms of . 

(Howard.) Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., 
March. 

— Lecture on . (Kitchen.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. Jour., April, June and Oct. 

— Tho Pathology and Morbid Histology of 

Chronlo . (Maim.) Chicago Jour. Iferv. 

and Menl. Dis., AprU. 

— Moral . (Meudell.) North Am. Jour. 

Uomeo., May. 

— Marginal Notes on Homeopathie Treatment 
of . (Stilus.) llnnico. 'Jiiius, April. 

— Pnerpcral . (Taliaferro.) AUanla Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

— And its PreveuUon. (Williams.) N. T. Med. 
l^ctcclic, Scjjt, 

Insanities. Some Suggestions with Regard to 

tho of I'ciualcs. (Fallen.) Am. Jour. Obs., 

April. 

Insomnia. (Knox.) Chicayo Med. Jour, and 
Ex., Jan. 

Instinctive Operations. Of tho Htinian Sys- 
ti'ui, and how tuty may be UtlLznl in tlio 
Munatrcmeut of CiTtiiiu DisPawes, and more 
l)articularly ii' F.iucUnual liiti-,sliu:il Cousti- 
paliou. (Ulbburd.) Cin. Luuvvl and Obn.. 
Dec. 

lustrnment. A New forthe Artuilnistration 

of tiio Air Honciio to tho Middle Ear. (Sox- 
ton.) If. Y. Ueil. lice., Aug. 'ITu 

Instruments. Of Glass, for Washing Out the 
Piicn)eriil Uterus. (Cuamberlam.) S. Y. Med. 
lice., March 17. 

— Suries of Three Glass . (Chamberlain.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 



— Two New for Secondary Cataract Opera- 
tion. (Strawbridgo.) Am.Jour.Med.8eiene$a, 
April. 

Insulation of Snnstroke. (Hatch.) Faei/te 
Meit. and Sur. Jour., July. 

Internal Obstrnotlon. Tho Vital Necessity of 
a Cautious and Conservative Treatment. 
(Montgomery.) St. Louia Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Oct. 

Intestinal Obstruction. Removed after Forty- 
onu Hours. (Medbory.) I'hila. Med. and 8w. 
lifp.,Jan. 0. 

Intestine. Invaginated . (Beebe.) Detroit 

Meil. Jour., Nov. 

Introductory. To the Course of Bpoclal Path- 
ology and Diagnosis. (Goueb.) Am. Homto., 
Nov. 

— Lectur*. (Cole.) U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), 
Nov. 15. 

— Oct. ist, 1877, Medical Faculty, McOlU Unt- 
vcrsity. (Osier.) Canada Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Nov. 

— To tlio Conrse 0/ 1877-8, in Atlanta Medical 
College. (Westmoreland.) AUanta Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Intussusception. Case of . (Brown.) Can- 
ada La-ncel, July. 

— Case of . (Gerry.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour.,Juneil. 

— Case of in a Child Nino Months Old. (Gil- 
lette.) Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Intestinal with Vurions Inftammatory 

Complications. (Jones.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Sep., Maul'i. 

— On tho Treatment of by Abdominal Sec- 
tion. (Sands.) N T. Med. Jour., June. 

— With Remarks. (Smith.) Am. Sup. Obs. Jour. 
Great Britain and Ireland, April. 

— With PerforaUon. (West.) I'hila. Med. and 
Sur. Rtp., Jutie 16. 

— Of tho Ileum. (Willougbby.) Canada Lancet, 
Dee. 

— Dr. Rickey's Case of . (Lippe.) Cin. Mtd. 

Adeauce (11.), Dee. 

— Dr. Gerry's Case of . (Martin.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 26. 

— or tbo Bowels. (Buoll.) Ohio Med. and Sur. 
Ren. (H.),Nov. 

— or the BoweL (Chandler.) JMuiaville Med. 
News, Nov. 10. 

— Case of of the Bowels. (Rickey.) Gin. 

Med. AflraneelH.), March. 

— Of Rowels. (Uogers.) Detroit Med. Jour., 
March. 

Invalid Chair. A New Resting and - 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

Inversion. On Extra Abdominal ■ 
gir.) Am. Jour. Obs.,Atjril. 

— Acnto of the Uiertis Caused by Myofl- 

brouift (Dow.) Am. Med. Bi W'eckli/, OH. 18. 

— Of t he Uterus. (Ellis.) V. S. Med. Investigator 
''I.), Sept. 15. 

— C so of Uterine . (Ilawes.) Va. Med. 

Mi.iihli/, April. 

— Of I lie Uterus. (Spaulding.) A^. E. Med. 
Guictie fU.), July. 

Involution. Uterine and its Relations to 

Clirouio Uterine Disease. (Waddei ) Toledo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

lodiform. In Rodent Ulcers. (Ansell.) Am. 
Med. lii-Wecldji, June 9. 

— In Dysmunorrhcea. (Hale.) N. E. Med. Ou- 
selle (11.), Mail. 

— In Bowel Complaints. A Case Rcportotl. 
(Kcator.) Med. Brief, Dec. 

Iodine. An Accidental Proving of . (Qay- 

lorU.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (U.), March. 

Iodized Chloral Phenol. As an Esobarotic. 
(Thomas.) Am. tract., May. 

Ipecacuanha. Review of Woodhnll'sNon-Emetie 

Use or . (MoClellan.) AUanla Med. and 

Sur. Jour., Jan. 



(Cutter.) 
-. (EUln- 



CLASSIFIED HY SUBJECTS. 



Irltla. Caae of . (Amlck.) Toledo Med. and 

tlur. Jour,, Ocl. 

— IdlopuMilo . (Lyonfl.) Am. Pract., Dee, 

— Hyplillitlo . (Nuwton.) EcUetic Med. and 

8ur. Jour., Dec. • 

— (Spuuldlug.) Botton Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Aug. 10. 

Iron. And its Constituents tn ReRard to Phar- 
inacoutlo Preparatious. (Debruuner.) Am. 
Jour. I'har., A'oc. 

— On tlio Synip of Iodide of . (Heynolds.) 

Am. Jour. I'har., Feb. 

— An Alum Mass. (White.) Jt. and L. Med. 
.loitr., March. 

— Murialod Tincture of as an Antiseptic in 

EiyNipdus. (Alexander.) Louisville Med. 
Ketns, Mny 8. 

— The Muriated Tincture of a Spoclflc for 

Erysipelas. (Hargls.) Am. Med. lii^^Yeckly, 
March 31. 

— The Muriated Tincture of a 8t>ociflo for 

Erysipelas. (Mattbews.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., Feb. U. 

Irrigation. Of ttie Large Intestine. (Dulles.) 

J'hila. Med. Times, Dec. 22. 
Irritation. Genital as a Cause of Nervous 

Uiseiise. (Ayloswortli.) Canada Lancet, Dec. 

— Peculiar Case of of the Nervous System 

in a Cliild whilst Teething. (Blumberg.) Fhila. 
Med. and Sur. Hep., Nov. 24. 

— Constant in Chronic Cystitis. (Ellis.) 

Boston Med, and Sur. Jour., April 6. 

— Upiual . (Dean.) PhUa. Med. and Sur. 

lie/}., April m. 

— Case of Spinal in a Ctiild. (Gibney.) 

Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 1. 

— Case of Sciatica LiunnaRO Spinal . (Peck.) 

U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), Feb. l. 

Irritations. On Reflex Throughout the 

Ooulto-Urinary Tract, ReRultlug from Con- 
tractiou of the UretUrn at or Near the Meatus 
Uriuarius, Congenital or Acquired. (Otis) 
Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

IvichiBmla. Note on Preliminary . (Nicaiso.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Ischuria Benalis. Case of with Cystitis 

and Unemlc Manifestations; Recovery. (Cal- 
lahan.) Am. Med. Bi-Weckly,Aug.m. 

Is Man a Machine? (Hltol ..an.) Eclectic 
Ucd. and Sur. Jour., June. 

Isopathy. The Bugbear . (Swan.) Homeo. 

Times, Sept. 

Jaborandl. In Brigbt's Disease. (Bruoh.) Phila. 
Med. Times, April 14. 

— Observations with a View to Determining the 

lutiueuce of on the Elimiuiitlou of Urea 

by the Kidneys. (Brucu.) Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, July, 

— (FaiTiugtou.) Am. Uomeo., Oct. 

— Note in KcKard to the Contents of tho Article 

on iu LuuK»:ard's Dicciouario do Mcilichia 

Domestica. (Ureeu.) Phila. Med. Times, Aug. 
18. 

— Note on a Piper, Called iu tho Province of 

Kio Jauei'io. (Gubler.) Am. Jour. Pluir., 
May. 

— ClJuical Lecture on tlio Therapeutic Uses of 
. (Keating.) Phila. Med. Timeii,June23. 

— In a Casts of Dijvbetcs Mellitus. (Poole.) Va. 
Med. Monthly, JVor. 

— And its Uses. (Tadlocli.) Phila. Med. and 
Hur. Hep.. Mny 19. 

— ObserviiUous with n View to Determining the 

iutlui'iiic of «>ii the Eliminatiou of Urea by 

theKUlneys. (Tyson.) Am. Jour. Med. Scien- 
ces, July. 

Jolins Hopkins Hospital. On tho Plan of the 
- — at Baltimore. (BiUlngs.) N. T. Med. liec., 
March 3. 

Joint. Brief Account of the Mechanism of the 
liip — -, with Diaguostlo Points upon Dislo- 
cation and Fracture of the Neck of the Femur. 
(Alils.) Phila. Med. and Sur, Rep . April!. 

— Hip Disease. (Uiiler.) Nortk Am. Jour. 

Homeo., Nov. 



— Diseases. Dr. Prince on the Constitutional 

Orglu of iu the Record for October, 1877. 

(Bauer.) St. Lo^Us Clin. Uec., Nov. 

Joints. Hysterical , Two Cases. (Dawson.) 

The Clinic, May lU. 

— Inilauiniatury with (Edema. (Doane.) 

Med. Uricf, Feb. 

— Considerations In Relation to Diseases of th« 
. (Prince.) Am. Pract., Feb. 

— Diseases of tlio . (Youuldn.) Am. Med. 

Jour. <E.), Nov. 

Jordan. Death of Dr. Charles A. Memphis, 

Tenn., from the Effects of Chloroform. (Cutler^ 
Cin. Med. News, Aug. 

Joyote of Mexico. Notes on the . (Herrora.) 

Am. Jour. Phar., April. 
Juriibebla. The Aliialoid of theSolanum Panl- 

ciiiurtum. (Green.) Am. Jour. Pluir., Oct. 

Kail Blchromlcum. In Diphtheria. (NlcolL) 

Am. Observer (U.), Nov. 
Katatonia. A Clinical Form of Insanity. (Kler- 

nan.) Am, Jour. Insanity, July. 
Keratitis. (Amick.) Cin. Med. News, Oct. 

— And Iritis. (Ainick.) Cin, Med. News, Nov. 

— Bullosa. On . (Landosburg.) Arch. Opk- 

UmI. and Otol., Vol. VI., page 13S. 

Kerato Conus. Operallonhy Bowman's Method. 

(Bowon.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 
Keynote Symptom. The Value of a . (Pres 

ton.) Hahnemannian Monthly, Feb. 

Kidneys. Enormous Cystic . (Brintoa.) 

Phila, Med. Times, June V. 

— Large White Accompanying Fbtblslfl. 

(Henry.) Phila. Med. Times, July 21. 

— Cystic Suppurating . (Naucrede.) PhiUs. 

Med. Times, Oct. 13. 

Kindergarten. The . (Gatchcli.) Am. Ob- 
server (II.;, Dec. 

Kino. Tincture of which will not Gelati- 
nize. (Fox.) Am. Jour. Phar., June. 

Knowledge and Charaeter. (Phillips.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Rep., (H.), March, 
Kumyss. (Brush.) Phy. and Phar., May, 

— Institution. Cases of Sickness Treated at 

the at Moscow. (Stahlberg.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Rep., Aug, 26. 

I<abla. Two Cases of Inflltration of . (Mo- 

Cracken.) Toledo Med, and Sur, Jour,, July. 

Labor. Case of Comple* . (Evers.) 8i. 

Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Hints on the Management of . (Ctoelet.) 

Southern Med. lice., Nov. 

— Tho Induction of Premature . (Hoflhiau.) 

Bahnemannia7i Monthly, Jtine. 

— Complicated by an Elongated and Indurated 
Cervix-Uteri. (Cage.) Am. Sup. Obs. Jour. 
Oreat Britain and Ireland, July. 

— Complicated by Locked Twins. Craniotomy - 
Version. (Linn.) Phila. Med. Times, Oct. 27. 

— Report of a Case. (Lyons.) Ohio Med. 

Recorder, Jttly. 

— How to Manage a Case of . (Martin.) 

Southern Med. Rec, April. 

— Complicated Twius; Remarkable Suscep- 
tibility to the Eflfects of Clilorotorin. (Richard- 
son.) N. O. Med. and Siir. Jour., Dec. 

— Case of Tedious Irom Irregular Uterln* 

Contractions. (Shaffer.) Am. Observer, (II.,i 
Jan. 

— On Non-Instrumental Aids to . (Stephen- 
son.) TJie Clinic, Sept. 8. 

— Effect of Prolonged upon the Life of the 

Child. (Tliomas.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

— Why Should We Support tho Perineum during 

, at alii (Turufpseed.) R. and L, Med. 

Jour., April. 

Laboratory Motes. (Edison.) Am, Jour Phar,, 
Feb. 

— (Prescott.) Am. Jour. Phar., Oct, 
Laceration. Of tho Vestibule. (Bockwith.) Phil^. 

Med. Times, Oct. OH. 



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— Kxtonnlro of tho Cheat WalU. (Sabln.) 

Am, Uomeo., Aug. 

— Of tlio C<>l<»ii from ExcmrIvo DIntenston. 
(Sharp.) Phila. Ued. mid 8ur. Kfp., Vee. l. 

— Ol Diiodeuiiiii. (HtodduiM.) Buffalo ilea, and 
8nr. Jour., July. 

— OntherroiHirTroatmontfor oftlmCorvlx- 

Uteil. (KiHiimt.) Am. l'racl„,lan. 

— or tho CorvlxUleii uud Its Treatmont. 
(Ooodt)ll.) N. Y. Ued. Kec, Oct. 20. 

— Uf tho rorlnniirn from (;hll(li>trth. (Ooo<loll.) 
I'hUit.ited. and Sur. Hep., ilarrti 31. 

— or tho Fomule rorlnouiu. (UuoUuU.) Jtoalon 
Med. and Bur. Jour., Noe. 39. 

— Of ths Foiiiiilo I'urlnouui. (Thomas.) Ilahne- 
munnian ilonlhly, Nov. 

Lao Canlnnm. In Dtphthcrla. (Swan.) Cin. 
itmi. Advaius* (H.), June. 

iMBtaMon, FhnnoiDdnal . (Palmer.) Louii- 

ville Med. New; Heut. 29. 

— AtnMJttousof the Nlpph^andBroAKt Incident to 
Eurly . (Sawyer.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 

— Ciwoof . (Smith.) Am. Sup. Ob$. Jour. 

Oreal liritain and Ireland, AjiriL 

Laparutomx. For Intontinal Obstruction. (Oil- 

11am. The OHniCtMvyii. 
LapU Albns. (Cart vrlgbt.) ynrthxeutem 

AumilitI, July. 
Lainrnxoal Hponx* Holder and Forceps. (Davis.) 

Chicago Med. Jour, and Jix., Jan. 
IjaryntrltU. Croupous and Diphtheritic 

l^ryu({ltU. (Smith.) N. Y. Med. lite., Oct. 13. | 

LarynorMlosy. (Cutter.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 

Kx., Nov. 
LMrynicosoopc. On tho Use of the , etc. 

CrnuMxky.) The Clinic, June 23. 

— Tlio as an A(\]uuctivo in tho Treatment of 

Ttiront Atrinctlons. (Woodbine.) N. Ji. Med. 
OuicUe (11.), March, 

ljurjttgo»tfpy. (Walker.) Ohio Med. and Sur. 

lie IK (U.), March. 
Larjmx. Tho Local Treatment of the . 

(Timber.) Am. Pracl., May. 
Lead. Chloride of as a Doodoricer. (Macon.) 

Ya. Med. Mt <thly, Feb. 
Liiprosy. In the Sandwich Islands. (Enders.) 

iMuinrUle Med. News, SepU 3t). 
Lenloit. Novel and Uniqiie of the Integu- 
ment of tho Abdomiual WalL (Coloma.n.) N. 

Y.Med.KecFeb.Z. . 
Lethargy. Cured by Hyoacyamus. (Bcmreu- 

t<kr.) U. S. Med. Investigator (U.), Aug. 15. 

Letter. From London. (Sundberg.) Phila. 
Mctt. and Sur. Rep., May 36. 

^•Let ther« be Llsht." (Fox.) N. T. Med. 
Kcltfii^-, SepL 

Lencieinl*. (LUieDtbal.) North Am. Jour. Ho- 
metK, May. 

Leucocythivmlik. Not«s on Two Cases of . 

(Hurlburt.) Canada iMneet, Jan. 

— Ciw«»^ of . (Uoardlcy.) Chica^ Med. Jour. 

and £jr., April. 

— C»«of ; Hidden and Marked Diminution 

in Sise of the Spleen. (Morrell.) Botlon Med. 
and Sur. Jour., May SI. 

— Case of Snicnic . (Stebbins.) Bottton Med. 

and Sur. Jour., July 19. 

— Notes on Two Caaes of . (Stewart.) Oana- \ 

da Laneel, Jan. 

LMworrhflMk. Revit.>w of Varions Authors on 

. (Miller.) AfN, Eomeo., Oct. 

Uch«B rtaniia. Case of . (Bronaon.) 

Areh. lierputtoL, Jan. 

— Cam of . (Fox.) Arek. Dtrmtdol,, Jan. 

— Case of . (Keya.) Areh. DermaM., JtM. 

UehenRaber. Caeeof . (White.) Arek. 

Clin. Sur.. No*. 1. 
Ueorloe, Aromatic KUxlr of . (Iteming- 

ton.) Am. Jour. I*har., Mag. 



Life. Tho Evolution of . (Whlttaker.) Cin 

Lanerl and Olm., (M., and The Clinic , Nov. 8. 

— Thf OriKiu iinaKvulutiunof . (Wlilttaker.) 

The Clime, Oct. la. 

— Insurano*. Kxumlnatlon for . (Dotmold.) 

N. Y. Med. Kec.,Feb. 10. 

Llflratlon. Of the P^xtornal Iliac Artery. (Cas- 
wi'll.) N. Y. Med. Jiw., Sept. 29. 

— SlinultuuoouH olf the Carotid and 8ub- 

Cluv' ,u Arteries for Annurlsin of (ho Artoria 
luiiouiiuatu. (KUut.) Am. Jour, Med. SeietuxM, 
AprU. 

— HuUMuoous of Hemorrhoids. (Krwin.) 

N. Y. MeU. Ree., Dec. 22. 

— Ou the of tho Funis. (Preston.) Uah- 

nemannian Monlhhj, Feb. 

— Two Hui^ccHNiul Cases of of tho Femoral 

Artery furSucoudury Hemorrhage. (Toluud.) 
Weslerti Lancet, Aug. 

— CnHe of of the Brachial Artery for Injury. 

(I.iivuUi8.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 

— Case of of tho Br<)uhlul Artery for luJury. 

(Lt^ltch.) Ohio Med. i nd Sur. Jour., June. 

— Case of - - of tho Brachial Artery tor Beoond- 
nry Homvirrhase f »lluwlug Gunshot Wouud of 
the Ilamt; Keoov«ry. (McLean.) Weutem 
Lancet, Aug. 

Llfratnre. Unusual Detention of . (De 

Uratwi.) Caimda Lancet, Feb. 
LiKlit. On in Some of its Relations to Dls- 

L^uw) (Stevens.) N. ¥. Med. Jour., Jutte. 
Liniment. Iodide of Ammonia. (Davis.) Am, 

Jour, I'fuir,, June. 
Liquorice. Aromatin Syrup of . (Anon.) 

Ant. Jour, Phar., Dec, 
Liqnor I'otaasli Arsenitis. (Wharton.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Oct. 
Lister. Prof. and Carbolic Acid. (Maxon.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur, Rep,, Jan. 6. 
LiKter's AnUseptio Metliod. (Loebcr.) iV. O. 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Mag. 

— In Ovariotomy. (Milne.) JV. T. Med. Ree., 
Jan. 6. 

— In Ovariotomy. (Schuyler.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., April 21. 

Lister's Antiseptic Treatment of Wounds. 
(Giranl.) N. Y. Med. Ree, Nov. 17. 

— Personal Observations of . (White, Jr.) 

Botton Med, and Sur. Jour., Aug. 30. 

Lithotomy. (CaiT.) Phila. Med. Time$,Mareh3l. 

— Case of . (Fenwlck.) Oan€ula Med. and 

Sur. Jour , June. 

— Median . (Field.) A'. T. Med. Jomr., May. 

- Case of Vagiusd . (Hosmer.) Botton Med, 

and Sur. Jour., Nov. 23. 

— And Surgery in China. (Kerr.) Paei/U Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— (McMehan.) Cin. Lancet and Ob$., Aug. 

— Nine Inches of Broom Straw with Calcnlons 
Concretions Removed from the Bladder by 
. (O'Brien.) N. Y. Med. Ree., Jan. 13. 

— (Vance.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., March. 
-Supra-Pubic. (Dulles.) Am. Jour. Med. Set- 

enec*, July, and Southern Med. Ree., Sept. 

— Supra-Pubic. (Starr.) Am. Jour. Med, Scien- 
ces, Ju/y, and Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec 

Liver. On a New Function of the . (Laa- 

tenbaeh.) Pkila. Med. Times. May 26. 

— Alituminoid Defeneration of the . and on 

Abdomiual Tumors. (Pepper.) ArrA. Clin. 
Sur. , Dec. 15. 

. (Lippe.) Cin. Med. 



(Barnes.) Cin. Med. 

(Lippe.) Cin. Med. 
r. S. Med, Investigator 



Livery. Physioloirical 
Advance {U.),July. 

— The Physiological — 
Adranee (//.), 2/av. 

— The Physiological — 
Advance ,J7.),./au., 

(H.), Aug. yy 

— On the Phy8*«loglP*l • (Upp«.) IT. S.Med. 

InvestiMilAr (H.i, May 14. 

—The Physiological and Ingrowing Vatla. 

(Lippe.) Ctrl. Med. Adranee iB.), March. 

— That . (Barnes.) Cin. Mtd. Ad^ane* (fl.), 

Nov. 



CLASSIFIED BY 8URJECTS. 



(CtM- 



— Thfl Idlotlo . (Bumstead.) Oin. Med. Ad- 
vance (i/.)i Dee. 

liooal Applioatlon*. SiipproflHod Opbttaalniia. 

(Or»!Kg-) Homto. Timet, April. 
Looked Head. (Holms.) Am. I'ract., Sept. 
lyOKwuod. As a DlHlnfeotant. (MiiUory.) Hew 

Hem., Feb. 
LongreTltjr. An Instance of Extreme . 

(Clurk.) Phila, Med. and Sur, Rep., Dee. IS. 
Lost Art. A lu Surgery. (Crosby.) Areh- 

clin. Sur., May. 
Love of Liquor. Examtnntion of a Cure for . 

(Maisob.) Am. Jour. Phar., May. 
LnpuH. On Certain Points Relating to the Na> 

turn iind Treatuiout of . (Plffurd.) N. Y. 

Uttl. Kfc, July 21. 

— V;ilgarls. (Kolio.) Va. Med. Monthly, July. 

Lonirs. The no Furnace. (Oatobell.) XI. 8. 

Mm. Investigator (U.j, Jan. 16. 

Lnxatlon. Note on the Automatic Reduction of 

Uiu Joint . (Beach.) Phila. Med. Timet, 

Julyil, and Houthem Med. Ree„ Aug, 

Lycopodlum. Clinical Symptoms of . (Allen.) 

North Am. .Toxir. llomeo., Aiig. 

— lu IntiMiulttent Fover. (Price.) V. 8. Med. 
Inrietliuator (II.). Feb. 1. 

— Exiicrlence with . (Knapp.) Ohio Med. 

ana Sur. Hep. (II.), March. 

Lycopus. (VanValkenburg.) N.T.Med. Eclectic, 
Nob. 

— Virginlous. Bugle Weed. (Ooss.) Med. 
Brief, March. 

Lymphatic Theory. Of Syphilitic Infection. 

(iliirduway.) N. Y. Med. Jour., Dec. 
Maggots. In a Newly Born Infant. (Johnson.) 

N. Y. Med. liec, Sept. l. 

— In the Ear. (Underbill.) Cin. Med. News, 
Dee. 

lHagneslum. Substitute for Solution of Citrate 
or . (Uhlnciiuri.) Atn. Jour. Phar., March. 

— On Solution of Citrate of . (Watts.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., March. 

— Solution of Citrate of . (Wesley.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., April. 

Magnetiam. Terrestrial as a Therapeutic 

A{,'BUt. (Bigolow.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Dec. 

— As a Destructive Force. (Van Sant.) Phila. 
Med. Times, Sept. 29. 

Malaria. (Dickens.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., Aug. 

— Its Nature and Mode of Spread. (Riggs.) 
Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, March ^\. 

Malarial Coma. (Cook.) Am, Med. BUWeekly, 
Dee. 22. 

— Olscases. Of Putnam Co. (Bailey.) Th^ 
Sanitarian, Oct. 

— Change of Temperature as a Cause of . 

(Rodgers.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Aug. 

— Uaematurla. (Harris.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, 
Mug 12. 

Malpractice. Civil and Surgical Jurispru- 
dence. (Anon.) The Sanitarian, Nov. 

— Suit. (Wise.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Dee. 
Malt Extract. (Deal.) New Rem., June. 

— Propai.itions of (Mattlson.) Phy. and 

Phar., Feb. 

— Notes on the Therapeutic Uses of the Extract 

of . (Morton.) Louisville Med. News, 

Feb. 10. 

— Extract of . (Palmer.) Louisville Med. 

News, May 19. 

Malum PottU. Pathology and Therapel a of . 

(Ahronheim.) North Am. Jour. liomeo., Feb. 
Mammatus. Lecture on . (Jacobl.) Arch. 

C'lin. Sur., Nov. 1. 
Mania. Puerperal . (Elderdiue.) Cin. Med. 

Mewn, June. 

— a Potu. (Wilson.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. 
Jour., July. 



MacMHiw. (Oibbons.) Paeifle Med. and Bur. 
Jour., Sept. 

— In Writer's Cramp and A'.lied Affeotlons. 
(Oraham.) N. Y. Med. Ree. . AprWXS. 

— And its Value to the Prafitlclng Pbyalelan. 
(Wagner.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
May 17. 

Masturbation. (Miller.) Am, Praet., May, 

Materia Medloa. Additions to Allen'a . 

(BinrUige.) Uahnemannian Monthly, March. 

— Studies from the . (Brown.) N. E. Med. 

Guztlte <U.i, April. 

— Neglect of . (Hawkea.) Am. Eomeo., 

Dec. 

— On the Popular of Eaat Tennesaee. 

(Lewis.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Dee. 

— How to Study . (Lippe.) U. 8. Med. Inves- 
tigator (II.), Sept. 1. 

— Observations on the Study of . (Miller.) 

U. 8. Med. Investigator (H.), Oct. 1. 

— How to Study the . (Morse.) 17. 8. Med. 

Invettigator (II.), Dec. 1. 

— And New Remedies. (Washburn.) BuffaU 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— The Chemistry of Our . (Willlama.) U.S. 

Med. Investigator (11.), April IS. 

— Report on . (Yandell.) Lo/uiiville Med. 

News, June 30. 

Maternal Impresiions. (Dyer.) Southern Med. 
liec, Sept. 

— (Fi-oeman.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Det. 
23 

— On the Foetus. (Hill.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., Jan. 27. 

Matriculation. Intermediate vs. Medical. . 

(Anonymous.) Canadian Jour. Med. Science, 

Dec. 
McLean Asylum. The Earlv History of tha 

lor the lunane. (Morrill.) Boston Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Dec. 13. 
McCIellan. Reply to Dr. . (Owen.) Louis- 
ville Med. News, Nov. 24. 
McOuire. Blographlcnl Sketch of Dr. Hunter 

. Va. Med. Monthly, Oct. 

Measles. Report of Two Cases of . (God- 

fr(!i .) Phila. Med. Times, ApHl 28. 

— The Curative Relation of to Whooping 

Cough, with some Observations on the Epide- 
mic of and Whooping Cough in Zanesvilla 

Ohio, Spring and Summer of 1877. (MoEiroy.) 
Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— Remarks on . (Yandell, Jr.) Am. Praet., 

June. 

Measuring^ the Extremities. A Method of . 

(Cowling.) N. Y. Med. liec. May 12. 
Medical Association, The American . 

(Bauer.) St. Louis Clin, liec, July. 

— Visit to the of the State of Alabama. 

(Battey.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., June. 

— Bill. The Quebec . (Anon.) Canada Lan- 
cet, March. 

— Quebec . (Campbell.) Canada Lancet, 

Feb. 

— Charity. Boston . (Rogers.) N.Y.Med. 

Rec, Dec 1. 

-Charities. (Carter.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
Aug. 18. 

— On . (Daltou.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., July ^l. 

— Plan for Correcting the Abuse of in the 

City of New York. (Hawks.) N. Y. Med. Rtc, 
Mays. 

— The Abiae of . (Rogers.) Boston Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Nov. 1. 

— Chemistry. Recent Progress in . (Wood.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., J uiu 6. 

— CUnic. (Hawkes.) U. 8. Med. Invest'^ator 
(U.), Nov. 18. 

— (Steger.) Nash. Jour. Med. aiul Sur., Nov. 

— CoUeipe. Atlanta Clinic. (Westmore- 
land.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

— Hospitals. And Clinical Teaching in Paris. 
(N»!Wtou, Jr.) JV^. Y. Med. Kclcclic, May. 

— Club. Buflalo . (Brush.) Buffalo Mtd. 

and Sur. Jour., June. 



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— Coltsre. The Promotion of and Self- 

Protoctlon by a Now Onlur of FellowHhlp. 
(Blai!k.) Cin. Lancet and Oba., Nov. 

— I>«p«rtin<«nt. Tho Courno of the Univer- 
sity of I'ounsylvaula. (Tysou.) AT. Y. Med. 
MecJune 'i. 

— l>l»olplln«. How to Mnlntnlu . (Logan.) 

Chicago iled. Jmtr. atut Jix., Dee. 

— Education. Defcuoo uf the and Medical 

BcUoolaof Amorloa. (Qlbbous.) Paet/le ited. 
and Sur. Jour., Jutie. 

— Some Dcfpnslvo Ucnmrks on tho aud 

M(!«licalHclio()lH of America. (Olbbonn.) Am. 
Med. Hi- Weekly, Jxtlu 7. 

— Ulallott.) Ilomeo. Times, Nov. 

— Cheap . (Stair.) JV. T. Med. Rec, March 

81. 

— Kthlost On . (Oilman.) U. 8. Med. Inveati- 

qatin-dl.), March 15. 

— Fees. (MlUlnuton.) Ohto Med. and Sur. Rep., 
or.), Man. 

— Fee Table. Tho First of Virginia. 

(JoyneR.) Va. Med. Monthly. Ajn-il. 

— Geology. (Morse.) Cin. Med. Advance (II.), 
July. 

— Oosalp. From Berlin. (Poaro.) Detroit Med. 
Jour., April. 

— Jurinprudenoe. Some Rcmarkn on tho 

Of lusiuiity. (Howard.) Canada Med. and 
Bur. Jour., Nov. 

— Contribution to . (Kemi)cr.) Am. I'raet., 

June. 

— IieelMatlon, ngahi. (rtuinHtoud.) JI. S. 
Med. Investigator (11.), Jan. 15. 

— (Ontmau.) I'ucijic Med. and Sur. Jovr., 
April. 

— Men. On the Legal Responsibilities of . 

(Smith.) Ohio Metf. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Museum. Contributions from tlioArmy , 

Wushiugton. (Otis.) Doaton Med. ana Sur. 
Jour., March 29. 

— ProfRBsion. Tho in Michigan. (Anon.) 

Canada Lancet, Oct. 

— Tlie Its Aim and Method. (Connor.) 

Detroit Med. Jour., April. 

— The ttud Medlottl Societies. (Dillon.) Am. 

Frnct., July. 

— The Relation of the to the Medical 

BclioolB. (Edgar.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Dec. 

of the to Li'a Insurance. 

Louisville Med. News Jan. 27 and 



— Relations 
(Temple.) 
June 23, 

— Progress. 



(^arrows.) 

Southern 

-. (Wootl.) 

■ Conccrn- 



Inipediracnts to . 

Eclectic Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— And Medical Journals. (Word.) 
Med. Rec., Jan. 

— Reform. Proposed Plan for a — 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Dec. 

— Science. Tho Present Status of — 
iiig the Cause and Prevention of Kpiduuiic 
Diseases. (Davis.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 
Ex., May. 

— Service. American Naval . (Horner.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Sepi. 15. 

— Society. Third Annual Meeting of tho State 
. (Maxwell.) Am. I'raet., Nov. 

— Critical Remarks on tho State of . (Thorn.) 

Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

— Report of the Middlesex East District . 

(Winsor.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., July 
12. 

— Stadenta. Preliminary Education of . 

(Forwood.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. C. 

— Preparatory Education, Necessity for tho 

Thorough Training of . (Gisbome.) Phy. 

and I'har., Nov. 

— Relations of Scientlflo and Pi-ofesalonal Edu- 
cation, Practical Optics for . (Warder.) 

Cin. Jjoncel and Obs.,Jan. 

— Superstition. (Borden.) N. T. Med. Eclectic, 
Nov. 

—Thermometry. Tho of Certain Diseases as 

they Prevail in the South aud South-West. 
(Hilliard.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 



Medicinal Condiments. 

Med. Jour, atid Ex., Dec. 



(Tucker.) Chicago 



— LeyislMlon. (Braun.) U. S. Med. JnveeHoator 
(ID.Aitrill. 

— Poiu-ls. Preparation of . (Anon.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Feb. 

— Plnnt. Preltmlnar>'Noteon a New and Ita 

Alkaloid. (Wood.) Phila. Med. Times, Aug. i. 

— Plants, Cultivation of at Uaubnry. 

(Holmes.) Am. Jour. Phar., Aug. 

— Cultivation of atUitohin. (Ilolmea.) Am. 

Jour. Phar., Dee. 

Medicine. American Its Confllots and 

Achievements. (Borland.) Scleclio Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Review of , (Bronson.) Itostnn Med. and 

Sur. Jour , June 14. 

— The Institutes of . (Buchanan.) N. Y. 

Med. Eclectic, Sept. 

— Advance In the Practice of , (Carmlohoel.) 

Vn. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

— Contribution to the Study of . (Clark.) 

Dflroil Med. .Tour., Oct. 

— Hygienic Preventive — . (Dodge.) V. 8. 
Med. Investigator (II.), June 15. 

— A Glance at Some of the Contributions of 

America to the Science of from 1770 to 1H7C. 

(Falls.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., March. 

— Tho lilinols Law, (,Vm<!emlng tho Practice of 

. (Farrau.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 

Dec. 

— Conservative and tho Mission of the Sani- 
tarian. (llaiTis.) The Sanitarian, March, 

— Tho Relations of Ancient to Oynajcoiogy. 

(Jcnks.) Drirnit Med. Jour., May. 

— Casi» Illustrating the luUucuteon the Infant 

of Administered to the Mother During 

Pregnancy and Labor. (Lamadrld.) Am. 
Jour. Ohs., .full/. 

— General Practice and 9i»ecinltle8 In . (Mo- 

Shorry.) Md. Med. Jmtr., Nov. 

— Adulterated . (Pemberton.) Atlanta Med. 

and Sur. Jour., May. 

— Tho Ouward Movement ill . (Piper.) A'. 

I'. Mfil. Eclectic, March. 

— Practice of . (Potter.) Am. Med. Jour. 

(E.), Nov. 

— .lapanese and Pharmacy. (Rice.) New 

Rem., Jan. 

— Some Points in the Practice of Amongthe 

North American Indians, with Incidental Ref- 
erence to tho Antiquity of tlie Otllce of tho 
Physician. Toner.) Ya. Med. Mmithly, Aug. 

— Tiansccndental ■ — . An Eminiry Concoruing 
tho Manner of Morbltic und Remedial Agents 
Iiidepeudciitlyof lOinplricism. (Wright.) Cin, 
Lancet and Obs., Nov. and Dec. 

Medicines. Dangers to Human I^iTe and Health 

from tlio Administration of ladigostiblo . 

(Compton.) Med. Brief, June. 

Medlco-Legal Facts and Testimony in tho Trial 
of Henry C. Hendi-yx, for tho Murder of his 

Wilo . (Youug.) Buffalo Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Sept. 

— Interest. Case of Some . (Baldwin.) 

Ohio Med. Recorder, July. 

Melancholia. A Clinical Study of tho Relations 

of to Inebriety. (Crothers.) Fhila. Med. 

and Sur. Rep., Julyil. 
*' Mel Cum Sale. " (Komdoerfer.) Hahneman- 

niun Monthly, Sept. 
Mellilotus Offlclnalls. (Ozanum.) Ilahneman- 

nian Monthly, May. 
MembranaTympanl. Artiflcial Perforation of 

tho . (TumbuU.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 

Nov. 10. 
Memorabilia. (Bauer.) St. Louis Clin. Rec, 

March, June, and Oct. 
Meningitis. Tubercular . (Delafleld.) N. 

y. Med. Rec, May 13. 
-Treatment of . (Fuller.) Canada Med, 

Rec, Aug. 

— (llentz.) .1 tlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— On H.. philitio . (Janoway.) Arch. OUh. 

Sur., Nov. 1. 

— Two Cases of of Different Character Oc- 



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(Portor.) R. and L. Med. 
(Putnam.) BotUn 



tnrr'ng in Children 
Jour., April. 

— Bemlttout Bub-aouto . 

Mtd. atul iS'ur. Jour., Aug. 3. 

— C»ae of FoUuwInK Acute Purulent Inflam- 
mation of tho Middle Ear. <Kouita.) N. Y. 
Med. Ree.j July 7. 

— Oer«bri>-8plual . (Elderdloe.) Oin. Med. 

Neve, June. 

— Caae of Cerehro-flplnal . (Port.) JV. O. 

Med. and 8ur, Jour., Jan. 

— Oerubro^pliittl • (Lano.) Southern Med. 

Bee., May. 

— EudeiiiloofCerebro-Splnal . (LArgo.) Am. 

Yet. Hep., April. 

— C«rebro-8|>iual with Hsmaturta. (Largo.) 

Am. Vet. Ice v., July. 

— CerebrthSplMttl . (Very.) Am. Vet. Rev., 

June. 

— Cerebro-Splnal . (Westmoreland.) Atlan- 
ta Med. and Stir. Jour,, March. 

— Caao of Htippowul Hntual . (Wallaoo.) 

Hahnemannvan Monthly, July. 

Kenlnfo Cerebritls. Cosiv of MntaiitaHin of 
MuHcular and Aithrltio UboiimuilHiu to tho 
MembraiieH and BubHtitncuof tUoKrolii; Con- 
stituting . (Bamford.) Pacific Med, and 

Sur. Jour., Nov. 

Uenopause. Tho . (Buillngton.) St. Lottin 

Eoleclie Med. Jour., Dee. 

Menorrbarla. Case of . (Doane.) Med. 

Brief, Oct. 

— Case of duo to Congestlou of tho Uterus. 

(Douue. ) J'hy, and Phar., Nov. 

Uenstmatlon. Tho Iiiflacnoo of , Preg- 

nuui!.\ , uud Medicine ou Lactation. (Jacob!.) 
Am, Jour. Oba.. July. 

— Tho Couttiiueu during Pregnancy. (New- 
ton.) Southern Med, Ree., Dec. 

— Brief Study of One Hundred Cases of . 

(Parvlii.) Am. Ptact.,Aug. 

— Case of Vlciirlous from Mammary Glands. 

(O roy . ) A m . M td. hi- Weekly, fept. 2'J. 

— Case of Vloarluus , Bimulutlnx Hojmop- 

tysle. (Seymour.) PAW. Med. and Sur. Hep., 
Marckh. 

Mental Dlaeasea. Recent Progress In . 

(Fisher.) Roston Med. and Sur. Jour.,Marclt29. 

— impressioDS. Tho Inllucnio of of tho 

Mother unon the Foetus. (Anon.) Va. Med. 
Monthly, May, 

Menu. Tho Faulty of Boarding Schools. 

(Fowler.) The Sanitarian, Nov, 
Heronry. ThoUsoof in Syphilis. (Keyes.) 

Louisville Med. News, April 28. 

— TheTonloandSpcclflo Action of . (Keyes.) 

tf.Y. Med.Ree.,Mayl2. 

— Docs Possess u Curative Influence over 

PueumonltkY (Thompsou.) St. Louis Med. and 
Sur. Jour., May. 

Ketastatlo Action. Bingular . (Boys.)ired. 

News and Library, March. 
Meteorological Report for January, 1877. 

(Leonard.) Detroit Med. Jour., March. 
"fetorrhagia. From Improper Deliveranco. 

(Parvlu.) Am. Pract., April. 

— Case of Intermittent During Gestation. 

(Skene.) Am. Jour. Oba., Jan. 

— (Stegur.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Dec. 
MCetrio System. The . (Anon.) New Rem., 

Feb. 

— The In Prescriptions; the Other Side. 

(Baldwin.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Feb. 

— On tho Adoption of the . (Carter.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., March 34. 

— The in Modlcino and Pharmacy. (Curtis.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 6. 

— (Lathrop.) Detroit Med. Jour., Feb. 

— In Prescriptions. (Regensburger.) Gin. Med. 
News, Feb. 

Metrical System. The New in tho Nui n ber- 

ing of Bpcctuolee. (Burnett.) Phila. Med. 
Times, March ;t. 

— Tho in Prescriptions. (Maisoh.) Am. Jour. 

Phar., Feb. 



Metritis. Rheumatic , Treat<>d HuooeMirully 

by tbn Wutors of Ihollot Hpriugs, ArkanSuH. 
(Collins.) A m. Prarl., Dec. 

— Cured by Piper Mtithystlcnm or Awa Samoa. 
(Hlller.) (/. 8. Med. Investigator {tl.). Oct. 1. 

— CiLso of Recurrent (Nocggerath.) Am. 

Jour. Obs., Oct. 

— (White.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep,, June 23. 

Mloro-Chemlstry. As Applied to tho Identlfloa- 
tioii of Tea Leaves nnd ii Now Method for tlio 
Kstlmatiun of Thelna. (Ulytli.) Am. Jour. 
Phar., Sept. 

Mlcroseope. On the Choice and Use of a 

111 PructliNil Medicine. (Adams.) U. S. Med. 
Investigator {!!.), Feb. 1. 

— Tho In tho Detection of Crime. (Fair- 

child.) N. r. Med. Rec., Sept. 15. 

Mlcrosoopio Fllarias. Discovery of the Adult 

|{(-l>rcH<-ntativo of . (Col)liolt.) Cin. Med. 

News, Sept. 

Mloroseopy. What I Know About Some Late 
Improvements of the Microscope. (Hunt.) 
Cin. Med. News, July. 

Mlcrocepholas. Case of . (Adler.) Paei/le 

hied, and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

Midwifery. Puerperal Peritonitis; UsoofOel- 
scniiuin. (Coruwell.) Am. Sup. Obs. Jour. 
Great llrilain and Ireland, March. 

— Cases of . (Gilbert.) Canada Med. Ree., 

June. 

— IH Meddlesome Badt (Mumford.) Am. 

Pract., Dec. 

— Four Thousand Seven Hundred and Four 

Cases of . (Ross.) Oanadia7i, Jour. Med. 

Science, Oct. 

— Statistics. (Ferguson.) Canada Med. Rec, 
Jan. 

Migraine. Contribution to the Therap«^uti(^H of 
. (Sogmu.) N. Y. Med. Rec, Dec. 8. 

Mlirratory Doctors. (Anon.) Pacific Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Milk Diet. Tho True Prophylactic for Scarlet 
Ftivcr. (Hurt.) Am. Iloineo., Aug. 

— Fever. Tho So-called and Antiseptic Mid- 

wll'cry. (Taylor.) N. Y. Med. Rec, June % 

— The Bo-callud and Antiseptic Midwifery. 

(Wlnunto.) N. 1. Med. Rec, Aug. 11. 

— Sickness. (Philips.) Oin. Lancet and Obs., 
Feb. 

Mind. Influence of tho over Surgical as 

well as other Diseases. (Parsons.) U.S.Med. 
Investigator (//.), June 15. 

— On . (Teed.) Chicago Jour. Nerv. and 

Ment. Dis., Oct.' 

MiHcellaneoas Contributions. From the Orient 

(Luuduror.) New Rem., April. 
Mitralinsufficiency. Death. (Izard.) Louis- 
rillc Med. A'eif.v, Aug. 25. 

— Stenosis. Coiobral Embolism ; Loft Hem- 
lpl(';;la; CorobrulScrftciiuiK; Death. (Wilson.) 
Chicago Jour. Nerv. and Mcnt. Dis., Jan. 

— Tricuspid. Case of und Aortlo Disease 

with Puiiiationof the Liver and Pericardial Ad- 
hesions. (Guit^ras.) Phila. Med. Times, May 
12. 

Monism. Of Man. (Gorton.) Uomeo. Times, 

Jan. 
Monster. Report of an Anen<tephalus . 

( Blake. ) Am. Med. Bi- Weekly, Dec. 8. 
Monstrosity. A Singular . (Groin.) IT. S. 

Med. Investigator (II.), Jan. 15. 

— A . (Williams.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., Dec. 1. 

MorbiUl vs. Diabetes. (WiUlams.) U. S. Med. 

Investigator (H.), Aug. 1. 
Morbus Addlsonil. (LlUenthal.) North Am. 

Jour. ITomco., May. 

— Brtsedowil. (Lilienthal.) North Am. Jour. 
Uomeo., Feb. 

— BriKhtii. Two Cases of . (LilienthaL) 

North Am. .Tour. Homeo., Aug. 

Morphia. The Narcotic Eflfoct of on tha 



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wbrn Administered to tho 
(Gillette.) Am. Jour. Obs., 



the Treatment of 
Va. Med. Monthbj, 



Now-born Child 
llotberin Labor. 
Oct. 

— And Veratrum Vlride la 
Peritonitis. (Lipscomb.) 
ilavch. 

— In Childbirth. (Lusk.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

— Hypodi-raiically Used as a Relaxant. (New- 
ton.) Med. Brief, Dee. 

Morphine. Mot by Atropia. (Klnne.) Detroit 
Mud. Jour., Dee. 

Mvrpboea. Two Cases of — , with Remarks on 
11)0 Disease and i(s Differential Diagnosis. 
(Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 

Mortality. Of Surgical Operations in tho Upper 
Lake States, Compared with that of other Re- 
Kious. (Andrews.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 
i'x., Jan. 

— Report. Of Oakland, for 1876. (Trembly.) 
Pucijie Med. and Sur.Jour., March. 

Mortuary Statistics. Of San Francisco for 1876. 
(Gibbon.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— A Comparison of tho of Ban Francisco, 

Chlca^^o, Cinuiunatl, Philadelphia, Charles- 
ton, Boston, 8t. Louis, RlcluuouJ, Baltimore, 
Now Orleans, Now Yoi k, and Lowell, i Ingalls.) 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Oct. 

Mothers. How to Savo . (Gushing.) N. E. 

Med. Gazette (E.), Feb. 

Murex Pnrpora. Indications for la Dis- 
cuses of Women. (Betis.) Hnhnemnnnian 
Monthly, June, and U. S. Med. Investigator (U.), 
June 13. 

Mushrooms. Poisonous . (Ott.) Chicago 

Jour. !\'crv. and Ment. Dis., Jan. 
Music. As a Mcdicinnl Agent. (Barrows.) Ec- 

hclic Med. and Hur. Jour., June. 
Mutton Wine. On tho of tho Mongolian. 

(.Macgowau.) New Hem., Oct. 
Myalgia. Two Cases of Following Coiitii- 

Kious. (Wilsiin.) I'hila. Med. Times, Feb. 3. 

Mydriatics. On tho Use of In Eye Diseases. 

(Vilas.) Am. Uomeo., July. 

Myelitis. (Lillenthal.) North Am. Jour. Ilomco., 
Aug. 

— Of Anterior Uoms. (Tracy.) N. Y. Med. Itec, 
April 21. 

— Acuta. Thcnapeutics of (Deschcre.) 

North Am. Jour. Ilomco., Nov. 

Myocarditis. Postmortem. (Wilcox.) Am. Ob- 
server {U.), Oct. 

Myoma of the Uterus. (Wilson.) Phil. Med. 
Times, April 14. 

^*yoT«la. On tho Treatment of . (Bumstcad.) 

U. ,.. Med. Inrestigalor {!!.), Jiitie 15. 

— Dcvclnnment of . amou'r School Children 

of America. (Vance.) D'troil Med. Jour., Aug. 

— (Woodyatt.) U. S. Med. Investigator (Z/.). 
April. 15. 

— And its Therapeutics. (Angell.) U. 8. Med. 
Investigator (If.), Sept. 1. 

— AudltsThcrapoutics. (Campbell.) U.S.Med. 
Inrestiijator {II.), March 1.. and Aug. 1. 

~ And Its Ther.ipoutic8. (Foster.) U. 8. Med. 
Incesiigator (II.), July 1. 

Myxoma of tho Momma. (Peoslec.) Aw. Jour. 
Obs., Oct. 

NsBvi. Cases of Treated by Electrolysis. 

(Beard.) N.T. Med. Jour., Dec. 

NflBvl Matemi. Cured by Ilomeopathy. 
(Hhoffer.) Am. Observer (II.), Jan. 

NsBvus. Rare Forms of Congenital Multiple 

and Monolateral Pigmentary Having the 

Disposition of Zoster Corpoi Is. (Hyde.) Chi- 
cago Med. Jour, and Ex., Oct. 

Nnevus Matemns. Or Mother Mark. (Yost.) 
Am. Med. Jour. (E.J, Nov. 

Narcotism. Three Cases of . (Wenzel.) 

i'hila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Aug. 18. 

Narrow Meatus. (Jolmson.) Atlanta Med. 
utid Sur. Jour., Ju{y. 



Narrowed Meatus. As a Cause of Stricture of the 
Urethra. (Johnson.) Atlanta MeiS a}id Sur. 
Jour., Jan. 

Nasal Irrifrator. A very Useful . (Bridge.) 

Chirag J Med. Jovr. and Ex., June. 

— PnHHugp. Simple Mode of Cleanlngtho . 

(Ruuiliold.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., May. 

— Removal of Hardened Secretions from tliu 

. (Rumbokl.) Chicago Med. Jour, and 

Ex., Aug. 

— Passages. Tho Danger Attending tho Intro- 
duction of Fluids luto tho . (Buck.) N. Y. 

Med. Rec, March ii. 

NasO'Pharyngeal Douche. Tho Safety of tho 
. (Piukucy.) N. y. Med.l{fe.,Aj>rin. 

— Cavities, Tho Principal Motlitida of Examin- 
ing tho and their Mcst Fre(|tiont Diseases. 

(Alt.) Canadian Jour. Meu. Science, Nov. 

— Fibromata. (Brandeis.) Am. Pract., April. 

Near Sight. Report on tho Percentage of 

Found to Exist In tho Class of lb80 at Ilai-vard 
College. (Derby.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
March 22. 

— Slghtedness. In tho Public Schools. (Aguew.) 
JV. T. Med. Itec, Jan. 20. 

Necrology. Report on . (Apperson.) Va. 

Med. Monthlii, Jan. 

— Necrosis. 8yi)liilitlc of tho Inferior Max- 
illary Bone. (Bradford.) Homeo. Times, 
July. 

— Of Humerus. (Brlggs.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., Dec. 

— Peripheral of tho Humerus. (Me.irs.) 

Arch. Clin. Sur., 2Iar<h. 

Needle. In L.-irynx Removo<l by External 
iueision. (Field) N. 1. tied. Ecr.,M(ir<hH). 

— Found Post-Mortem, Wituiii the Cranium. 
(Hoilgo.) I'liila. Med. Times, Aug. i. 

— A New Opeu-Eycd . (Shrady.) N. Y. Med. 

I.ec, Dec. 8. 

Negro Race. Tenacity of Life in the . 

(Daniels.) Louisri'leMcd. News, May r>, 

— I'o.'iition of t lio Hymen in tlie . (Sniythe.) 

Am. Jour. Cbs., Oct. 

Negro and Whit© Race. Some ('orrohorative 
Facts in regard to tho Anatomical iJifferi-neu 

Between the . (Frost.) Am. Jour. Oba., 

April. 

— Snnio Facta in Regard to tho Anatomical 

Diflercneo Between tho . (Tiiniipseed.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

Nelaton's Mefliod. For Resuscitation from 
Chlorol'omi N.iieosis Usedin tho Anphyxiaor 
AppareiitDealhol' New-born Infants. (Spicer.) 
Phila. Med. and Sur. liep., Junc2. 

Nephritis. Interstitial in whi(!h there was 

Marked Retinal Changes, Pciiearditis niid 
Pei'ieardial EU'usious. (Hutchinson.) Phila. 
Med. Times, June l>. 

— On Acute . (Lewis.) U. S. Med. Investi- 
gator {II.), April 15. 

Nerve. Tho Conducting Power as Distinct from 

thoRcceivin;xl'owerofthc . (Lauieubach.) 

Phila. Med. Timet, March 17. 

— Tissue. Tho Molecular Constitution of 

Considered in its Relation with Ncivous Mani- 
festutioua. (I^ggleston.) Ohio Med. and Sttr. 
Rep. (U.), July. 

Nervorum Erithisimus. Or Debility of the 
Nerves. (Fowler.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., 
Sept. 

Nervous Action. On the Velocity of the . 

(Laiitenbach ) Phila Med. Times, April iS. 

— Centres. Tho Structure of tlio Vessels of tho 

in Health, and their Changes in Disea««. 

(Deecko.) Am. Jour. Insanity, July. 

— UiHease. Extraordinary Case of . (Hol- 

conibe.) Avi. ilomeo., Nov. 

— Diseases. Do the Conditions of Modem Life 

Fa\or Specially tho Development of 1 

(B:irtholow.) The Clinic, Nov. 21. 

— Have Organic their Oritjln and I'Yequoncy 

In our American Lifef (Ureen.) Phila. Med. 
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— Receub Progress In the Pathology and Treat- 
ment of . (Putnam.) Boston Med. and Stir. 

Jour., Aug. 30. 

— Philailelpliia Dispensary Review of the Treat- 
ment of . (Vanderbeck.) Phila. Med. and 

Sat: Hep., Jan. 13. 

— CoUet'tlon of Prescriptions for . (Van- 

derlnc'k.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 27. 

— DlHorder. Case of Showing the Eflfocts of 

Cliuiato. (Carter.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
Feb. 10. 

— Symptoms. Secondary to Slight Gastric Dis- 
tiubance. (Weber.) Boston Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Sept. 27. 

— System. Diseases of the . (Brown-Sc- 

niiard.) iV^. Y. Med. Rec, Dec. 8. 

— The Functions of the Groat Sympathetic . 

(Bucke.) A»i. Joxir. Insanity, Oct. 

— The Sympathetic . (Leonard.) Detroit 

Med. Jour., Feb. 

— Tisaues. The Development of the of the 

Human Embryo. (Schmltt.) Chicago Jour. 
Kerv. and Ment. Dis., July. 

Menral^a. Traumatic ; Non-Inflammatory 

Softening of the Brain; Operation; Death. 
(Clark.) Ta. Med. Mouthlif, Nov. 

— A Singular Case of Facial . (Cranmer.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 27. 

— Patliology and Treatment of . (Jewell.) 

Chicago Jour. Xeri). and Ment. Dis., April. 

— Sulphur. (Kershaw.) TT. S. 3Ied. Investigator 
(ID, Dec. 1. 

— Case of of the Second Metatarso ; Phalan- 

gial Articulation Cured by Resection of the 
Joint. (Mason.) Atn. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
Oct. 

— Clinical Notes of Cases of In Connection 

with Troubles of the Accommodations of the 
iOye. (Stevens.) N. T. Med. Rec, Oct. 13. 

— The Trigeminal . (Wood.) N. Y. Med. 

Rec., Oct. 27. 

Neurastlienla. The Nature and Treatment of 

(Nei-vous Exhaustion), Hysteria, etc. 

(Beard.) A', r. Med. Rec., Sept. 15. 

Xeurectotomy. Of the Supra-Orbital Nerve for 
the Cui-e of Neuralgia. (Wlllard.) Hahneman- 
nian Monthly, May. 

Neoritis. Double Optic (Choked Disk), and 

Sloughing of the Ritrht; Cornea, Aecompauylug 
a Sui comatouH Tumor on the Right Side or the 
Brain. (Bennett.) Arch. Ophthcl. and Otol., 
Vol. VI.,pag6i&% 

— Traumatic Involving the Brachial Plexus. 

(Mills.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 1. 

-Case of Retrobulbar . (Reullng.) ^V. T. 

Med. Jour., Oct, 

Neurological MatterH. Review of Current 

. (Vanderbeck.) Southern Med. Rec, Aug. 

and Sept. 

Neuroses. On Some of the Rarer Syphilitic 

of the Eye. (Bull.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
Jan. 

— Pharyngeal Due to Uteriuo Disease. 

(Holdeu.) y. Y. Med. Jour., April. 

— Mouatrual . (Fallen.) Chicago Jour. 

Xcrv. and Ment. Dis., July. 

New-Uorn. The Caro of the . (Atkinson.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., June 16. 

— ClUld. Resuscitation of u by Fiiradiza- 

tiou. (Thomas.) Am. Joitr. Obs., A2>ril. 

— Chlldreu. The Apparent Death oi . (Mar- 

lin.) llahnemannian Monthly, Oct. 

~- Chemical Nomenclature. The . (Logan.) 

.Ulanla Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 

— Notation. The . (Logan.) Atlanta Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— Medicaments. Formulas and Preparations 
of—. (Mulsch.) Am Jour. Phar., Sept. 

— lUexico. As a Health Rortort for Consumptives. 
I Jones.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Sept, 15. 

— Beuiedies. (Chapman.) Toledo Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Vurk. ItaDolng.-s and its Doctors. Am, Med. 
i!i-Weel:ly, iM. 27. 



— Hospital. Reopening of the . (Smith.) 

N. Y. Med, Rec, June 80. 

— -lietter. (Porter.) Phila. Med. Times, May 
26, July 21, Aug. 18, Nov. 10, and Dec. 8. 

Nitro-Benzole. In Alcoholic Beverages. (De- 
bruimer.) Atn. Jour. Phar., Oct. 

Nitrous Ether. The Spirit of of the U. S. 

P. 1870. (Diehl.) Am. Jour. Phar., July. 

Nixon's Paper. Discussion on Dr. . (Hatcli.) 

Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Nobert's 19th Band. On the Visibility of the 

Lines of when Amplilled 540 Diameters, 

Considered In Relation to their Apparent Dis- 
tance and Visual Angle. (Blackbam.) Gin. 
Med. News, Jan. 

Non-I.igation, Of the Funis. (Price.) Am. 
Observer (H.), March. 

— Sliortening. Of the Cervix - Uteri During 
Utero-Gestation. (T.-iylor.) N. Y. Med. Rec, 
Oct. 13. 

Norton. Case of Mrs. Jane C. . (Ordronaux.) 

Am. Jour. Insanity, Jan. 

Nosology, Our Present . (Woodward.) N. 

Y. Med, Eclectic, May. 
Notes. From Practice. (Gregory.) Southern 

Med, Rec, April, and Cin. Med. News, Jan. 

— From Private Practice. (Taylor.) Nath. Jour. 
Med. and Sur., June. 

— From Practice. (Woodbury.) N. E. Med. Ou- 
sette {!!.), Feb. 

Nuisance. Created by Rendering Tanks and 
Manufacture of Fertilizers. (De Wolf.) Chi- 
cago Med. Jour, and Ex., Dec. 

Nursing Tube. Case In which an Indian Rub- 
ber was Swallowed by an Infant. (Bord- 

ley.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

Nut Sliell, Piece of in Air Passages over 

Thirteen Years. (Luse.) Ohio Med. Recorder, 
July. 

Nux Vomica. For the Vomiting in Pregnancy. 
(Smith.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

<'Ob8ta Princlpis." Motto: . A Plea for 

High Aims in the Medical Profession. (Frank- 
Un.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., June. 

Obstetrio Bag, The . (Francis.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., June 28. 

— Forceps. On the Use of . (Cole.) U. S. 

Med. Investigator (if.), July 15. 

— The . (Hunt.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., May 3. 

— WlthShort and Long Handles. (Steuart.) Am. 
Jour, Obs., Oct. 

— Practice. (Forbes.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, 



July 17. 
In Virginia. (Horner.) 



Phila, Med, and 
Rep., Sept.tl. 
Synopsis of Four Hundred Cases of 

fKiiiHiiiiMi.> Ohii) Mpfl. li'AAnrdp.r. Vfh. 



Sur. 



(hAuwiaa.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Feb. 

Obstetrical Case. An with Insufticient 

Labor I'aius, and Malposition of the Umbili- 
cal Cord. (iJoaue.) Med. Brief, June. 

— Cases. Analysis of Fifty Consecutive . 

(Lewis.) Va. Med. Monthly, Oct. 

— Forceps. The . (Comstock.) TT. S. Med. 

Investigator (11-), Sept. 15. 

-The . (Hall.) U. S. Med. Investigator 

(U.), Mai/ 15. 

— Ou the Use of the . (Turney.) Ohio Med. 

and Sur. Jour., June. 

— Notes. (Foster.) Am. Ilomeo., Dec. 

— Practice. Synopsis of Private for Forty- 
two Years Previous to Jan. 1,1876. (Ingalls.) 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., April 26. 

Obstetrician. Some of the Duties and Respon- 
sibilities of the and Gynuicologlst. (Ire- 
laud.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, Dec. 8. 

Obstetrics. Medico-Legal . (Boyland.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., Sept. 1 und Sepl'i'j. 

— An Anomaly In . (Bragdou.) U. S. Med. 

Tneesligator {ID, Scjil. 1.". 

— An Inleresting Case of , with General Re- 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



iniirks. (Morris.) .V. O. Jfcrf. and Sttr. Jour., 
Oct. 

— Recent Process in iiud Gynajcolog}'. 

(Howe.) Boston Med. and Hur. Jour., Aug. 

10. 

— Kecent Progi-ess in and GyiuecoloKV. 

(Kicbardsou.) BoslonMed. and Siir. Jour., Feb. 
•22. 

— Report on . (Jenks.) Detroit Med. Jour., 

Se/tl. 

— Report on for 1875 and 1876. (Miuui.) Am. 

Jour. Ob.>i., Jan. 

— And Gynecology. A Sliort Sketch »)f flic His- 
tory of . (Ireland.) Cln. Lancet and Obg., 

June. 

Occiiilto I'oHteiior Positions. On the Meclian- 

i.sm of of tlio Vertex. (Landis.) Am. Jour. 

2lc(l. Sciences, Jan. 

Occlusion. Death from and Ruptnre of the 

8iil)claivan Vein. (Black.) Canada Lancet, 
Sept. 

— Congenital and Dilatation of Lymph 

Channels. (Bnsey.) Am. Jour. Obs., Jan., and 
U. and Jj. Med. Jour., Julu. 

— And Dilatation of Lymph Channels. (Busoy.) 
.v. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan., July, and 
Sent. 

— Almost Complete of the Vaginal Walls. 

^Cleveland.) Cin. Med. Advance, .Jan. 

— Complete of the Vagina. (Richmond.) St. 

Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

(Edema. Case of Nervous . (Cobleigh.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Jan. 27. 

— Acute oflhc Glotti-s. (lA'ffcrts.) V. Y. 

Med. Jotir., Au(/. 

CEnathe Crooita. In Puerperal Convulsions. 
(Oehme.) -V. A'. Mvd. Uazelte (H.), June. 

CEuotbera Hieunis. (Davis.) Am. Pract., 

Jan. 
(Esophagus. The 

Action in the . 

Oct. 13. 

Oil. Old Flaxseed a.s a Topical Application 

in Pneumonia. (Davidson.) Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., Sept. 

— Cod Liver . (Green.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 

Sur., Sept. 

-The Application of to the Surface of the 

Body. (Uumbold.) SI. Louis Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Sept. 

— Large Dose of Croton . (Sharp.) Ohio Med. 

Jieeurder, Muij. 

— Note on tlio Detection of Castor in Co- 
paiba. (Maisch.) Am. Jour. Phur., March. 

— Method of Detecting and Estimating Castor 
and other Fixed Oils in Balsam of Copai- 
ba. (Muter.) Am. Jour. Phar., April. 

— Kerosene in Croup. (Harvey.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., April U. 

— Kerosene in Croup. (Ingalls.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Itejt., May 5. 

— Of Ciunaiuon Leaves. (Knhn.) Am. Jour. 
Phar., Jan. 

— Turpentine. Emulsion of . (Genois.) 

Am. Jour. Phar., July. 

— In Puerperal Peritonitis. (Kirkwood.) West- 
ern, Lancet, May. 

— The Manufacture of the Rosin, and Tur- 
pentine. (Zacharias.) Am. Jour. Phar., \or. 

Oils. Practical Notes on the Rotary Power of 

the Volatile . (Fliickiuger.) Am. Jour. 

Phar., June. 

Oleuiu Theubroina. On Detection of AdiUtcr- 

ations in . (Lamhofer.) Am.Jour.l'hur., 

May. 

Olive Culture. Note on and Olive Oil in 

(ircece ; Note on the Date and its Use in the 
Orient. (Landerer.) New Rem., Jan. 



Nash. Jour, of Med. and Sur., 



Localization of Diseased 
(Allen.) Phila. Med. Times, 



Open Ani/wer. To Dr. 11. R. Arndt. 
Cin. Med. Advance (IL), Nov. 



(LIppe.) 



Sympathetic 

(Rosoburg.) Cin, 

Homeo. Times, 

Va. Med. 

Med. and 

S. Med 

and 



(Lindsley.) 
Nov. 

— Brief Report of Casea of 
and Symiiathetlc Irritation. 
Med. News, Jan. 

-Suppressed . (Gregg.) 

Apru. 
-Phlyctenular . (McDowell.) 

Month 1 1/, May. 

— Catan-lnil . (Wilkes.) Phila. 

Sur. Rep., Feb. 17. 

— Diphtheritio . (Woodyatt.) V. 

Inveslif/alor (U.), Jan. 1. 

— Neonatorum. (Amick.) Cin. Lancet 
Obs., Jan., and Cin. Med. News, Feb. 

— (Dugas.) N. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

— (Turnbull.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Re})., May 5. 
Ophthalmic and Autal Notes. (Do Rosset.) 

Md. Med. Jour., Sept. 

— C<mtribution8, (Strawbridge.) Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, Jan. 

-Fragments. (Smith.) Detroit Med .Tour., 
Oct. 

Opthalmological Communications. (Emmert.) 
Arch. Ophthiil. and Otol., Vol. VI.,payef>'U. 

— Keview, (Gruening.) Arch. Ophthal. and OtoL, 
Vol. VL, 2>ages ;i24 and 651. 

— (Knapp.) Arch. Ophthal. and Otol., Vol. VL, 
page 324. 

Ophthalmology. (Smith.) Detroit Med. ,Tour., 

Aov. 

— Recent Progress in . (Wadsworth.) Bos- 
Ion Med. and Sur. Jour., May'iand Oct. 18. 

Ophthalmoscope. The Best . (Chcatliam.> 

Am. Pract., July. 

— An Improved . (Dudley.) jV. r. Med. Rec, 

Dec. 1. 

— A Modification of the . (Wadsworth.) 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 2.i. 

-The in Medical Diiignosis. (Wilder.) Pa- 
cific Med. and Sur. Jour., Soc. 

— Making. A Reply to Dr. Kuupp on . 

(Loring.) N. Y. Mi(f. Rec, June 'i.\i. 

— (Knapp.) A'. 1'. Med. Rec, June 16. 



Ophthalmoscopes. 

. (Loring.) N. 



Historical Note on Modern 
r. Med. Rec, June li. 



New Moditlcations 
1'. Med. Rec., Jan. 



Ophthalmia. On Sympathetic . (Lainides- 

berg.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Sept. 22. 
— Enucleation for Threatened Sympathetic . 



Ophthalmoscopic Mirror. 

of the . (Loring.) .Y. 

0. 

Opii. The Strength of Tincture . (Maisch.) 

Am. Jour. Phar., Oct. 

Opium. In Epilepsy. (Gilliam.) Ohio Med. 
Recorder, Nov. 

— On the Danger Attending the Use of in 

Bright's Disease. (Keen.) Phila. Med . Times, 
Jan. 6. 

— The Use of and Morphia During Pregnan- 
cy and Parturition. (Partridge.) Am. Jour. 
Obs., Oct. 

— The Physiological Action of . (Rothacker.) 

Cin. Med. News, July. 

— As a Stimulant. (Thomscm.) Arch. Clin. Sur., 
Oct. 1. 

— Disease. (Barnes.) Cin. Med. Advance (11.), 
Jan. 

Optic Nerve. On Some Affections of the 

(with Plates.) (Schott.) Arch. Ophthal. and 

Otol., Vol. VL, pu{ie'2&i. 
Oreliitis. Dependent on Mumps. (Page.) Va. 

Med. Monthly, May. 
Organs. Certain I'ointsin the Symptomatology 

and Physiology of the Intra-(U'auial . 

(Vance.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Sept. 

— Of (ieneratlon. Absence of . (Stcger.) 

Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Dec. 

Original Translations. (Carsteiis.) Detroit 

Med. Jour., May and Aug. 
Os'Calcis. Disease of of Twenty-three 

Years' Standing. (Toland.) Western Lancet, 

May. 
Ossification. Case of of the Choroid with 

the Ophthalmoscopic Appearances. (Latjuer.) 

Arch, ophthul. and oitti., \<>l. VL, page 2b4. 



CLASSIFIED BY SUBJECTS. 



35 



Sur.. 



— Of tlie Crystiilllno Lens. (Voorhlea.) Arch. 
Ophlhal. and OloL, Vol. VI.,})a(/e22S. 

Osteoclast. A Now . * (Taylor.) N. 1'. Med. 

llec, April 1\. 
Osteo PoroHis. (Myers.) Am. Vet. Rev., Mau. 

— Snrcoiua. Of Fomiir. (AsUhurst.) Phtla. 



St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 



■ following a Fracture of tho Fibula. 
Phy. antirhar., Nov. 



— Cftso of 
(Bradley.) 

OstltlB. Of the Fomur Showing Ulceratiou.s i 
Along the Shaft and Through the Neck. ! 
(Hodges.) PhilH. Med. Times, March 31. 

— Case of Epiphyseal of the Head of the 

Ulght Tibia, (liideiiour.) Toledo Med. and Sur. 
.lour.. Dec. I 

— FuiiKosa. Of the Hip- Joint. (VonDouLoff.) j 
Louisville Med. News, Jan. (S. j 

(Gorup-Besancz.) Am. I 



— (Todd.) 

Ovaritis. Chronic with Ovarialgia and Dis- 
ordered Menstruation. (Cheney.) V. S. Med. 
Invesliiialor (II.), June 1. 

— Chronic . (Elderdice.) Cin. Med. Sews, 

June. 

— Clinical lectures. Case of and I.aceration 

of Cervix - Uteri, consequent upon Labor. 
(Thomas.) The Clinic, March 2i. 

Ovum. Case of Retained after Death of 

Foetus, Expelled in the Tenth Month of Preg- 
nancy. (Stein.) Ohio Med, and Sur. Jour., 
Get. 

Owen. Reply to Dr. talbot in the Kcn- 

ttlca" 



Ostruthln. On — 

,Jour. Phar.,May. 
— Rigid and Antevcrsion of the Wonib 

during Parturition. (Conart.) Ilahnemanniun 

Monthly, March. 
On-Uterl. Rigidity of the . (Oarrick.) Am. 

Jonr. Obs., Oct. 



(McClel- 



Toledo Med. and Sur. 



V. S. Med. Investigator {H.), 



Otitis, Acute and Chronic — 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Mai/. 

— Acute . (Trader.) .S7. 

April. 

— Clironic Media and 



-. (Curry.) Toledo 
Louis Clin, nee.. 



Mastoid Disease. 
(Winslow.) Hahnemannian Monthly, Dec. 

— Media. Punilenta, Mastoi'litis and Pyasmia. 
(Reynolds.) Phila. Med. Times, Sent.l. 

— Suppurativa Chronica. (Rounds.) Uuhne- 
mannian Monthlk), Nov. 

— Acute ; Mastoid Periostitis ; Consecutive 

Meningitla; Opening Mastoid by a Gimlet; Re- 
covery. (Voorliies.) Am. Med. JlirWeekly, 
Jan. '20. 

Otologloal Review. (Blake.) Arch. Ophlhal. and 

(HoL, Vol. VI., page ■.\36. 
Otoloey. Recent Progress in . (Green.) Jios- 

lon Med. and Sur. Jonr., May 17 and Nov. 1. 
-Lecture on . (Houghton.) Iluhnemannian 

Monthly, April. 
-Modern . (Reeve.) Canadian Jour, iled. 

Science, Sept. and Oct. 
Our Nosodes. (Herring.) North Am, Jour. 

Jlomeo., Aug, 
Oviirlotomy. Case of l)y the Antiseptic 

Method. (Anderson.) N. T, Med. liec., June'.). 

— (Armstrong.) It. and L. Med. Jour., Aug. 

— (Atlee.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, July. 

— (Burgess.) PaciflcMed. and Sur. Jour., ,Tan, 
Boston Med. and. Sur. Jour., 



St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour. 



under most Unfavorable Cir- 
(Dow.) Am. Med. ISi-Wcchly, 



(Gay.l lioston 
Phila. Med. 



N. O. 



■ (Cheever.) 
A ug. 30. 

— (Chesney.) 
June. 

— Successful 

cumstauces, etc. 
.iug. 4. 

— Two Successful Cases of . 

Med. and Sur. Jour., March 2',t. 

— Successful Case of . (Guild.) 

and Sur. Rep., Nov. 10. 

— Successful Case of . (Guild, Jr.) Nash. 

Jour. Med. and Sur., Oct. 

— Remarkal)le Case of . (Heustis.) 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

— Cases of . (Honians.) Boston Med. 

Sur. Jour., Aug. 30. 

— Throe Cases of . (Jorncgan.) N. E. 

(Utzetle (II.). Sept. and Oct. 

— With Report of a Case. (Kirklcy.) Ohio .Med. 
Recorder, March. 

— Clinical Cases in . (Ludlani.) Am. Ho- 
rn eo., Sept. 

— Supplemental Report of a Case of . (Orr.) 

Am. Jour. Meii. Srienreji, Jan. 

— Case of . (Richmond.) SI. Louis Med. 

and Sur. .Tour., June. 

— Fatal Apparently Consequent on the Sud- 
den Escape ot a Hniall Amount of Blood into 
the Peritoneal Cavity. (Thomas.) Am. Jour. 
Obs., .ipril. 



and 
Med. 



tucky Medical Society Transactions. 
Ian.) Louisville iled. Netcs, Nov. 10. 
Oxytocics. (Smart.) 
Jour., Auft. 

Ozueua. (Morse.) 
Sept. 15. 

Ozone. (Cook.) TT, S, Med. Investigator (H.), 
Oct. 1. 

Pachyma Cocus. (SchefiFer.) Louisville Med. 
Ni I s, Aug, 25. 

! PacUymenlugitls. Traumatic Cerebral . 

i (Shaw.) A. 1 . Med. Jour., Dec. 

Pain. Relation of to the Weather. (Mitchell.) 

Am.. Jour. Med. •iciences, A jiril. 
Painless Operation. By the Use of a Freezing 

Mixture. (Buell.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. 

(ID. May. ^ 

Pancreas. Diseases of the . (Thomberry.) 

Am. Pract.. Jan. 

Pancreatic Induration. Resembling Scirihus, 
etc. (Willard.) Phila. Med. 'Times., July 21, 

Pancreatomy, (Allen.) Am. Med. Bi-Weeldy, 
Feb. 3. 

— (East.) Am. Mid, Bi-Weelcly, March 3. 
Palate. Case of Cleft . (Alt.) Arch. Opli- 

that. <ind OtoL, Vol. VI.,page569. 

Palsy. Infantile Wasting. (Lilienthal.) North 

Am. Jour. Ilomeo. Feb. 
Paracentesis Thoracis, In a Child Two Years 

of Age. (Holden.) A", r. Med. Jour., Jan. 

Paralysis. On a Modified Mode of Detecting 

o; Die Ocular Muscles. (Culliertson.) Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— And Convulsions as Effects of Organic Dis- 
ease of the Brain. (Brown-Seqiiard.) Arch. 
Clin. Stir., Nov. 15. 

— Hysterical . (Kinsman.) Ohio Med. lie- 

torder. May. 

— Case of Bell's . (Ott.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., Dec. 15. 

— Two Cases of Right Lateral Facial Pro- 
bably Due to Venereal Disease. (Radclitte.) 
Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 15. 

— Case of Progressive Bull)ar . (Seldner.) 

Md. Med. Jour., June. 

— Case of Glosso-Labio-Laryngeal . (Smith.) 

N. Y. Med. liec, Nov. 24. 

— General of the Insane. (Stiles.) Ilomeo. 

Times, June and Sept. 

— Case of lufautilo- — . (Joyncs.) Va, Med, 
Monthly, July. 

— Ou Infantile . (Sinkler.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., March 10. 

— Partial Due to Phimosis. (Sayre.) Va, 

Med. Monthly, April. 

— And Incoor(lination from Jongenital Phimo- 
sis. (Sayre.) Phila. Med. ndSur. Rep.,, Jan. 

13. 

Paralyzfc«l Muscles. Treatment of by IClas- 

(ic Relaxation. (Van Bibber.) Cin, Med, News, 
June. 

Farapleffla. Experimental and Clinical Inves- 
tigations on Cervical . (Hosenthal.) Chi- 
cago Jotir, Nerv. and Menl. Dis., Jan. 

Parasites. Evolution and Nature of Human In- 
ternal. (Deuderick.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., .Jan. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS. 



— J; volution and Niitiire of Human Internal . 

(Tiidlock.) Nash. Jour. iled. ami Snr., Jan. 

rnresis. Of the Third Cninlal Nervo. (DicJjin- 
son.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jottr., July. 

— Case of General Due to Genital Irritation. 

(Gibney.) Loxtisrille Med. News, April 28. 

—-General . Macdonald.) Am. Jour. In- 

aanitji. April. 

— The Psychological Pathology of Progreflsive 
. (Spitzka.) Chicago Jmir. Nerv. and 

Ment. I>i.s:, April. 

I'iirotltiH. Fatal Oaae of . (Vite.) /l»i. Jifcrf. 

Bi-Weekhj,Jan.6. 
I'atetit Vraohus. With Calculus. (Vosbnrg.) 

.V. V. Med. Kec., Sept. 22. 
I'athologrical Ueport. (Osier.) Canada Med. 

and Sur. Jmtr..Jul>i. 

— General Hospital, Montreal. (Osier.) Canada 
Med. and Sur. Jour.. Sept. 

— Kesearches. (Gray.) Am. Jour. Insanilu. 
,htn. 

— Specimen. Anomalous . (Stoike.) Am. 

tlomeo., Dec. 

Pathology. Recent Progiess in and Patli- 

ological Anatomy. (Fitz.) Boston Med. and 
Sur. Jour., \of. 15. 

— New Investigation in Respiratory. (Holden.) 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 

— And its Relations to Hinueopathy. (Lippe.) 
Gin. Med. Advance (11.), Feb. 

— Facial . (Wlnslow.) Hahnemanniax 

Monthly, July. 

— Urinary . (Polk.) Nashville .Tour. Med. 

and Sur., Sept. 

— Urinary . (Summers.) Nash. Jour. Med. 

and Sui:, Sept. and Oct. 

Peanut Shell. From the Trachea. Coflee Keaii 
fron> External Auditory Meatus. (Cohen. > 
Phila. Med. Times, MarchZ\. 

Pedicle. Case of Twisted Ovnriotomy. 

(Sutton.) Chicaiji) Med. Jour, and Ex.. Dec. 

Pemphigus Folinceus. Case and Remarks. 
(Slierwell.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 

— Malignns. Case of in which Arsenic 

Twice Appeared to Save Life. (Bulkley.) 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, iM. 

Penis. Case of Suspected Gumuious Piscase of 
the, . (Bronson.) Arch. DermaloL, April. 

Pennsylvania Superstition. (DeVeuy.) Phila. 

Med. Times, Dec. 8. 
Penthoruin Sedoides. (Goss.) Med. Brief, 

Nor. 
Pepsin. Dues it Merit a Place in Materia 

Modicii i (Cornett.) Aw. Pracl., Sept. 

Percolating and Filtering. On Stands. 

(Remington.) Am. Jour. Phar., Dec. 
Perineal Section. Clinical Lecture on u Case 

of . (White.) Phila. Med. Times. July 1. 

Perinephritit. In Children. (Gibney.) Am. 

.Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 
Perineum. Case of Raptured . (Palmer.) 

The Vtinic, Dec. 16. 
Periostitis. (Holeombe.) Am. Vcl. Iter., .lufi. 

Peripheral Division. Of the Capsule, Prelimi- 
naivConmiunicatiOTi. (Kiiapp.) Arch. Ophthixl. 
and Olol., Vol. V I.,page'iio. 

Peritonitis. Pueriieral . (Cornwall, i Charles- 
ton Med. Jour, and liev,, Jan. 

— Case of with Inllaiumation of tjtumuch, 

etc. (Shultz.) A n. Observer (II. i, Sept. 

— Case of Entero with Hu])]>uratiou. tV'au 

Burcn.) Chicugi' Med. Jour, atid Ex., Sept. 

— Case of Pelvic . (Palmer.) The Clinic, 

Jan. 6. 

— Pelvic — simulating Cancer. (Walker. > Am. 
Jour. Obs., Oct. 

Perltyp'iUtlB. Operation on the Eleventh Day. 
(AduniM.) N. Y. Med. liec, March 24. 

— Case of — ICiiilxilisni of lx>ft Anterior Tiliial 
Artery ; Guugruue ; Amputdiion ; Recovery. 



(Schclbenzuber.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., 

•/lute. 

Personal Identity^ (Morgan.) The. Sanitarian, 
Jan. 

Pertussis. Further Contribution to the Treat- 
ment of . (Porter.) N. 1'. Med. Jour., 

March. 

— External Treatment of . (Mallory.) Phila. 

Med. a7ut Snr. Hep., July :jl. 

Peruvian Bark. Salts of . (Bell.) Louis- 
ville Med. \ews, July 21 and July 28. 

Pessaries. In Uterine Displacements. (Cham-.) 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Oct. 27. 

— Intra-Uterine Stem . (Taliaferro.) li. 

and L. Med. .lour., Aug. 

— General Considerations Regarding the Value 

of . (Waddel.) Toledo Med. and Sur. .lour., 

Dec. 

Pessary. New Anteversion . (Gehrung.i 

St. I, ouis Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

— The in the Treatment of Uterine Displace- 
ments. (Herrick.) Detroit Med. Jour., Oct. 

— New Intra-Uterine . (Taliaferro.) Atlan- 
ta Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

Petroleum. On the Use of Benzin in Phar- 

luuey. (Wolff.) Am. .four. Phar., Jan, 

Pharmaceutical. Advance of and Chemi- 
cal Science. (Green.) SouthemMed. liec, July. 

— Sisrns. )n the Origin of Our for Weights 

and Measures. (Rice.) New Rem., July. . 

Pharmacopoeia. The of the United States 

and the .Vmerican Medical Association. (Tay- 
lor.) Am. .four. Phar., May. 

— Proposed Changes in the U. S. . (Taylor.) 

Am. Jour. Phar., .Tune. 

Pharmacy. Progressive (Greene.) South- 
ern Med. Rec, Aug. 

— Progress of and Therapeutics. (Greene.) 

Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Aug. 

— Progr(>.SKive Modern . (Greene.) .Im. 

Hi- Weekly, Sept. 1. 

— Review of Contemporary Modern 
((ireene.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Oct. ; 
Med. Hi- Weekly. Sept. 15 and Dec. 22; 
\ash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Oct.. Nov., and Dec. 

— Ailvancesin . (Tj'.ylor.) Va. Med. Month- 
ly, Jan. 

I'hlmosis. (Baker ; Nortliwestern A7inalist, 
ill.), July. 

— With Reflex Irritation. (Brooke.) Va. Med. 
Monthly, Feb. 

— Results of Operation for . (Sayre.) Philv. 

Med. and Sur. lie))., April 7. 

— (Yale.) A'. Y. Med. Jottr., Aug. 

— Congenital — — with Adherent Prepuce. (L«!- 
men.; St. Louis Med. and Stir. Jottr., Dec. 

— Case of Congenital anil its Sequel. (Sand- 

idge.) Louisville Med. Netcs, Aug. 4. 

I»hleWtls. Case of Puerperal . (Janvorin.) 

Aiii. .lour. Obx., .I'in. 
Phlegmatia Dolens. (Elderdice.) Cin. Med. 

Ncir.f, June. 

— Alba Uolens. (Cline.) Canada Med. and 
Sur. .Tour.. Sept. 

Phosplxorus. Assimulations. (Gardner.) N. }'. 
Med. Kec, Jan. 27 and May 19. 

— (Percy.) .V. v. Med. liec, April 7 and .Ttine '!",. 

— Case of Frequent Failure of asuTliera- 

peutic Agent. (Garrison.) Phy. ntul Phar., 
Feb. 

— As a Restorative Remedy. (Herrick.) N. O. 
Med. and Stir. Jour., .May. 

Phthisis. The TrBauiient ot Certain Symptoms 
ill C'as«.H of • -. (Bartholow.) The Clinic. 
Dee. 1. 

— And Rmpyema. (Bevau.) Chicago Med. .lour. 
and Ex.. June. 

— Laryngeal — and Its Relations to Lllo In- 
surance. (Coomea.) Lovnirillc Med. News, 
March 17. 

— Diabetes Insipidus Fibrous . (DelaUeld.) 

N. r. Med- HfA^., May Vi. 

— Results of Clinical .''tudios Relating to • 

(Fliut.) .tm. Pract.. Feb. 



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— Contributions to the Treatment of Pulmonary 

. (Gleitamaun.) A^. O. Med and Sur. Jour., 

July. 

— Treatment of . (Polk.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. Jour., June. 

— Treatment of Tubercular , Especially by 

Vitalized Pliospliates. (Polk.) Va. Med. 
Monthly, Oct. 

— (Porter.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb., 
March, and April. 

— Left Lung and Heart, with Fenestrated Pul- 
monary Leaflets, and Peculiar Growth on one 

of the TricuHpirt Leaflets from a Case of . 

(Starr.) Phila. Med. Times, Jan. G. 

— Treatment of . (Waltt)u.) The Clinic, 

Aug. 11. 

— (Whittaker.) The CH" ic, June 10. 

— PnlmonaUa. A Co of Syphilitic . 

(Bryce.) Ya. Med. Monthly, Nov. 

— The Causes of . (Connor.) Detroit Med. 

Jour., March. 

— What are the Most Reliable Signs of Incipient 
. (James.) Hahnemanniun Monthly, April. 

— The Nature, Cause, and Probable Mode of 

Propagation of . (Stevenson.) Va. Med. 

Monthly, Sept. 

Phyllooactas Orandls. (Kunze.) N. Y. Med. 
Eclectic, Sept. 

— Incoordination of Movements, with Loss of 
Eauillbriatiug Powers ; Circumcision; Recov- 
ery. (Hard.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jan. 18. 

— Congenital . (Robbing.) N. Y. Med. Jour., 

Oct. 

— Cases of and Adherent Prepuce. (Hupp.) 

Oin. Med. News, Sept. 

— And Adhere t Prepuce. (White.) Oin. Med. 
News, Nov. 

Physician. The True Status of the . (Bron- 

son.) Cin. Med. Advance, (H.). Dec. 

— Relation of and Clergymen. (Brown.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (U.), May. 

Physicians. New York and Colleges. 

(Craig.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, Dec. 8. 

— Who are Regular 1 (Gerald.) N. Y.Med. 

Eclectic, Jan. 

— As Dispensers. (Greeu.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., Nov. 24. 

— Pathological School of . (Rhees.) N. E. 

Med. Gazette (U.), July. 

Physiological. Interpretations of Symptoms. 

(Rhees.) iV. E. Med. Gazette (H.), April. 
Physiologry. As Related to Theology. (Bafnes.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (H.), May. 

— Recent Progress in . (Bowdltch.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 18. 

— Modern . (Buck.) Cin. Med. Advance 

(H.), Feb. 

— Of Sugar. The In Relation to the Blood. 

(Pavy.) N. E. Med. Gazette (if.), Oct. 

Phytolacca. Fatal Dose of . (Battles.) 

Ohio Med. Recorder, A ua. 

— Decandra. In Scrofula and Phthisis Pulmo- 
nalis. (Barry.) St. Louis Clin. Rec, .Tune. 

— In the Treatment of Mastitis. (Moore.) Va. 
Med. Monthly, May. 

— In Scarlet Fever. (Sibley.) TT. .S. Med. Inves- 
tigator {!!.), Jan. 1. 

Pictorial Art. On the in Illustrating Mic- 
roscopic Observations. (Piper.) Chicago Med. 
Jour, and Ex., March. 

Piece of Iron. In the Iris Twenty-four Years. 
(Eotz.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

Piles. New Treatment for . (Paramoro.) 

Chicago Med. Times, Sept. 
Pills. Compressed . (Green.) Va. Med. 

Monthly, A iig, 

— A Word in Defence of Sugar-Coated . 

(Moore.) Am. Jour. Phar., March, and Phy. 
and I'har., Aug. 

— And Pill Masses. (Wilder.) Am. .four. Phar., 

— N<>te on the Solubility of Ccrtiiin Kinds of 
tiululno . (Yale.) New Rem., March. 



Pilocarpine. Nitrate of . (Edes.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 2. 

Pin, Voided through the Bladder. (Stephen- 
eon.) Detroit Med. Jour., Dec. 

— In Posterior Nares. (Ward.) Arch. Clin. Sur., 
March. 

Pineal Gland. Descriptive and Microscopical. 

(Cutler.) Oin. Med. News, Dec. 
Piper Methysticum. Proving of . (Gris- 

wold.) Hahnemunnian Monthly, June. 

— Proving . (Hlller.) Hahnemannian Month- 
ly, July. 

Piston. New Syringe . (Peters.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. Jour., April 5. 
Pltsrriasis Rubra. Notes on the Successful 

Treatment of Three Cases of . (Hlnton.) 

Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 16. 

Placenta. Retention of from Atmospheric 

Pressure. (Forest.) JV^. ¥. Med. Rec, Dec. 1. 

— Adherent . (Beip.) Hahnemannian Months 

ly, June. 

— Relation of the in Labor, at Term. (Trash.) 

Am. Jour. Obs.,July. 

— With History of Concealed Hemorrhage. 
(Walker.) Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

— Preevia. Report of a Case of ; Recovery, 

(Alderson.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (H.), 
March. 

— Case of . (Gardner.) St. Louis Clin. Rec., 

Aug. 

— (Kelly.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

— (Perrigo.) Canada Med. Rec., March. 

— Case of . (Richardson.) Boston Med. and 

Stir. Jour., March 8. 

— The Prophylactic Treatment of . (Thomas.) 

A>n. Pract., May. 

— Case of Treated by Bringing on Prema- 
ture Delivery. (Thomas.) Am. Jour. Obs., 
Oct. 

Plantago Mi^Jor. (Hills.) Ifoineo. Times, Jan. 
Plants. In the Sleeping Room. (Gatchell.) Am. 
Observer (H.), Dec. 

— Notes on Some Medicinal and other Useful 
. (Landerer.) Am. Jour Phar., April. 

—Scent-Yielding and their Products. (Piesse.) 

New Rem., Nov. 

Plaster. New Adhesive . (Martin.) Boston 

Med. and Sur. .lour., Oct. 11. 

— In Surgery. (Dawson.) The Clinic, .Vov. 10. 

— Jacket. An Adaptation of the to the 

Splints of the Hip. (Hyde.) Atn. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, July. 

— The . (Bryan.) Louisville Med. News, 

Seat. 15. 

— of Paris. In the Treatment of Surgical In- 
juries. (Fairchlld.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., 
Nov. 

— New Deviee for Spreading and other Su)>- 

stances upon Bandages. (Green.) X.Y.Med. 
Rec, Oct. 13. 

— BandaKC' Application of the . (Sayre.) 

Md. Med. .lour., Aug. 

— Jacket. The in Spinal Diseases. (Andrews.) 

Chicago Med. .Tour, and Ex., Dec. 

— And a Question of Priority. (Shaw.) N. Y. 
Med. Rec June'i. 

Plastic Dressing. In Fractures of the Lower 
Extremities. (Yandell.) Cin. Med. News, 
Feb. 

— An Extract from a Clinical Lecture on tiie 

Innnovable or in Fractures of the Lower 

Extremities. (Yandell.) Louisville Med. New,s, 
May 19. 

Plea. For Fairness and Accuracy. (Miller.) 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 6. 

Pleurisy. Some of the Sequelns of . (Black- 

ader.) Canada Med. Rec, Dec. 
Pleurltis, Tympanic Resonance in . (In- 

gals.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., March. 
Pienro-Pneuinonla. (Scott.) Atlanta Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Sept. 
Plumbum. In Cirrhotic Kidney. (Gatchell.) 

Am. Ilomeo., Dec. 



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I*neumatic Pressure. And tlio Genu Ppptoral 
I'oxiiiro in the Uoiluctlon of Utcrlna Luxutiouu. 
(raniplipll.) Am. Jour. Obs.,Jnn. 

— Treatment. Of tho Respiratory and Ciniilii- 
tory Organs. (DescUcro.) North Am. Jour. 
Homeo., Feb. 

Piteiuuoula, Aatlienlc . (Arnold.) Phila. 

Med. and tiiir. Rep., Jan. 20. 

— Arrested in its First Stages. (Carroll.) N. Y. 
Med. h'ec., Feb. 24. 

— Notes on with Cases. (Cliew.) Md. Med. 

.four., June. 

— Euiholic . (Guiteras.) Phila. Med. Times, 

March 3. 

— Acute Lobar. Beginning in Right Apex. 

(Henry.) Phila. Med. Titucs, July 11. 

— The Antipyretic Treatment of . (James.) 

Am. Jour. Med. Scienees, Jnli/. 

— The Homeopathic Treatment of . (Kafka.) 

.V. £. Med. Gazelle (U.), Jan. 

— Puerperal . (Ludlam.) V. S. Med. In- 

resligalor (71.), June 1. 

— AnaltsTi-eatment. (Lueck.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., March a. 

— Forms of . (Price.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., Aug. 4. 

— (Reeber.) SI. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Dec. 

— New Abortive Treatment of . (Scearce.) 

Phil. Med. and Sur. Rep., March 31. 

Pneumonitis, Broncho . (Anderson.) At- 
lanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Podophyllum. On tho Constituents of Pel- 

tatum Lin. (Busch.) Am. Jour. Phar., Xov. 

Poem. (Stocking.) Detroit Med. Jour., April. 

Poison. Report of Septic and Death. (Me- 

f.'ollough.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jnli/ 7. 

— Case of Arsenical Treated with Dialy.sed 

Iron. (Reed.) Phila. Med. Times, Dec. H. 

Poisons. Researches (m the Antagonism of . 

(Haynes.) Phil. Med. Times, May VI. 

Poisoning. By Aconite. (Bacon.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Rep., Feb. J. 

— Report of a Case of by Veratruui Viride. 

(Bailey.) A. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

— The Treatment of Chloroform . (Burrall.) 

.V. r. Med. Rec., Feb. 24. 

— Prevention of Ivy . (Chamberlain.) N. E. 

Med. Gazette (TT.), March. 

— Moi'phia ; Patient aged Four Years Re- 
lieved liy BeUadouna and Jilectricity. (Dow.) 



— By Corrosive Sublimate. (Dumm.) Ohio Med. 
Ree., Sept. 

— From Corrosive Sublimate. (Llbby.) V. S. 
Med. Investiuator (11.), July 15. 

— Lead Mercurial Erethism. (Johnson.) 

Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

— Lead in Frogs. (Mason.) N. Y. Med. Jour., 

July. 

— Lead . (Richardson.) Boston Med. and 

Sur. Jour., Oct. 4. 

— Opium Treated by Electricity and Bidla- 

donua. (Burko.) Southern Med. Rcc, Jan. 

— Case of Opium Recovered by Hypodermic 

Ii\|ections of Aqua Ammonia. (Coover.) I'hila. 
Med. and Sur. Rep., May I'.i. 

— Vinegar in Opium . (Fawcett.) Med. 

Brief , Sept. 

— Hypodermic Ii^cetion of Ammonia in a Casy 
of Opium . (Fito.) Med. Brief, Sept. 

— Opium . (Fitzsimmous.) Toledo Med. and. 

Sur. Jour., May. 

— Anomalous Case of Opium . (Kimkead.) 

iV. Y. Med. Rec., Dec. 22. 

— Opium Treated with .Sulphate of Atropia. 

(Morflt.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Dec. ir,. 

— An Anomalous Case of Opium . (Plant.) 

jV. Y. Med. Rec, Nov. 10. 

— Opium Green Vomiting. (Smitli.) R. and 

L. Med. Jour., Feb. 

— Opium Successfully Treated by Belladon- 
na and Coft'ee. (Stecu.) Va. Med. Monthly, 
June. 

— Successful Treatment of Opium l)v Means 

of Belladonna and Cottee. (Wells.) Ohio Med. 
Recorder, July. 

Poiitzer's Acoumetcr. Hearing Tests and . 

(Iliirtmann.) Arch. Ophthul. and Olol., Vol. 
VI., page C03. 

I'olypuH. FiI)rou8 Simulating Inversion. 

(Thomas.) Am. .four. Obs., April. 

(Robinson.) xKrch. Dermatol., 



U. S. Med. Investigator 



(Hunt.) 



(Loomls.) Areh. 
Phila. Med. and 
Ohio Med. Re- 



lieved liy Bellauonna a 
Va. Med. Monthly, Dec. 

— On Chronic Malarial . 

Clin. Sur., Oct. 15. 

— By Nutmeg. (Matthews.) 
Sur. Rep., Feb. 10. 

— By Pie Plant. (McMiUau.) 
rorder, July. 

— Case of by Strychnia Treated by Bromide 

of Potassium and Cliloral Hydrate. (Raglaud.) 
Va. Med. Monthly, Nov. 

— Is Bniuiido Potass and Sulph. Morphia an 

Antidote tor by Strychnine 1 (Moore.) 

Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

— By Carbolic Acid, Treated l)y Apomorphia. 
(Scmplc.) Va. Med. Montlili/, Ma>/. 

— Case of from Oil of Tansy. (Spaulding.) 

I'hila. Med. Times, July 7. 

— Tobacco . (Van Volzah.) Phila. Med. 

Times, March 17. 

— Case of by Contact of the Powder of 

Resin of Podophyllum. (Webster.) A'. 1'. Med. 
Rec, June 9. 

— By Aniline Solution. (Wenzel.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Pep., Feb. 24. 

— Case of Arsenical . (Bowie.) Ilahneman- 

nian Monthly, May. 

— Sixty Cases of ))y Arsenic. (Finley.) 

A'. 1'. Med. Jour. Oct. 

— Case of by the Flu. Extract of Belladonna 

Relieved by IIyport;Tmi(' In.iccticns of Mm' 
pliia Sulphas. (Beech.) Toledo Med. and Sur. 
Jour., April. 

— A Case of Belladonna . (Whitley.) Chicago 

Med. Jour, uiui Ex., Se2»l. 



(Mi'udon.) 

(Mooro.) 

(Turner.) 



I'ompliolyx. 

July. 
Posolof^y. (Jackson.) 

(11.), May 15. 
Post Centennial Microscopical Notes. 
Cin. Med. News, March. 
Potash. On tho Use of Cldorate of in Dipli- 

tlicria and Pseudo-Membranous Croup. 

(Drysdale.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 

March 17. 

— Chlorate of and Mercury. (MattlK^ws.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. \i. 

— Chlorate of and Mercury. 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 10. 

— Chlorate of and Mercurials. 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 13. 

— Chlorate of and Mercury. 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 27. 

— Bromide of in Eclampsia. (Little.) Md. 

Med. Jour., July. 

Potass I Nitrate. In Scarlatina. (Bockiiis.) 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., April. 

Potassium. The Use of Bromide of Hypo- 

dermically. (Adams.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Sept. 

— Poisonous Effects of Cyanide of . (Jones.) 

JV. (). Med. and Sur. .Jour., May. 

— Iodide of in Irreducible Hernia. (Cow- 
ling.) Arch. Clin. Sur., July. 

— The Use of Iodide of in Syphilis. (Ho<lg- 

eu.) St. Louis Clin. Rec, Oct. 

Potencies. High again. (Bishop.) Oin. 

Med. Advance (H.), Feb. 

Potency and Dose. (Breyfoglo.) Cin. Med. Ad- 
vance (//.), Sept. 

— (I'l'csf on.) llahnemannian Monthly, May. 

— Question. A Proposed Basis for the Settle- 

•ncnlofllie . (Eirpieston.) Ohio Med. and 

Sur. Rep. (//.), May. 

Pott's Diseiise. (Kiiisnnin.) Ohio Med. Recor- 
der, Aug. 

— (Uigt>.) /•'. and L. Med. .Tour., March. 



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— Of tlie Splue. (Brlggs.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Snr., Nov. 

— Of tlio Splno. (Qunu.) Chicago Med. Jour, 
and Ex., Oct. 

— Keport of , or Carles of tho Spluc," Treated 

by Extension and Plaster of Paris Bandage. 
(Sayre.) It. and L. Med. Jour., May. 

— Clinical Lecturo ou a Case of of the Upper 

Cervical Vertebra). (Gross.) I'hila. Med. 
Times, Hept. 1. 

— In the Cervical Region. (Say re.) Philu. Med. 
and Hitr. Hep., Jan. 27. 

Powers of Hearing. Disproportion between 

tlie , tho Ticlf of a Watch, and tho Iluuiau 

Voice. (Roosa.) Am, Jour. Med. Sciences, 
Jan. 

Practice. Special . (Burlington.) St. Louis 

Eclectic Med. Jour., Nov. 

Pratt, Case of the Late Henry , of Lanes- 

boro. (Paddock.) Boston Med, and Sur. Jour., 
Dec. 6. 

Preg^nancy. Case of with Elongated, Hy- 
pertrophic, and Ulcerated Cervix. (Cleveland.) 
Am. Jour. 01)s.,Jul}j. 

— Case of Vomiting In Successfully Treated 

with lugluvin. (Fi-owcrt.) N.Y. Med. Hcc, 
Oct. 20, aiid ('in. Med. Neu-s, Nov. 

— To Full Term, after Four Successive Miscar- 
riages. (Guernsey.) llahnemannian Monthly, 
Sept. 

— Molar . (Kenuard.) St. Louis Med, and 

Sur, Jonr., March. 

— Occurring during Lactation. (Thomas.) The 
crn\ic,March2i. 

— Cliui(!al Lecture; Abdominal ; Successful 

Ol>oratiou. (Tliomas.) The Clinic, Dee. 'i'l. 

— Jiarly . (Euglemann.) St. Louis Med. and 

Sur. Jour., May. 

— Sign of Early . (Gehruug.) Aw. Pract., 

July. 

— Ignorance of . (Ingles.) Phila. Med. and 



Sur, Hep., Ann. 11. 



(Ro.ss.) Phila. Med. and 



— Iguorauco 
Sur, Jicp., April 28. 

— Report of It Committee on Dr. William Pep- 
per's CasoofExtiaUtorme . (Mears.) Phila. 

Med. Times, March 3. 

— Case of Extra Uterine. (Walker.) JV. E. Med. 
Oasetic (U.), Jan. 

— Case of Extra Uterine . (Loving.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Vet. 

— Case of Extra Uterine . (Landls.) OJuo 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct, 

— Extra Uterine , Abdominal Variety. 

(SoutUall.) Va. Med. Monthly, Sept. 

— Extra Uterine . (Gilland.) Ta. Med. 

Monthly, Sept. 

— Cases of Extra Uterine . (McMillan.) 

Ohio Med. Itecordcr, Oct. 

Pregnant. Can a Woman Carry a Child to Full 

Time and not l)e Aware that She is ? 

(Butcher.) Phila. Med, and Sur. Hep., March 
24. 

Preliminary Training. (Seely.) The Clinic, 
March 17. 

Prescriptions. Select . (Chandler.) Louis- 
ville Med. News, Feb. 17. 

— Useful . (Smith.) Va. Med, Monthly, 

June. 

Presentation. Some Cases of Arm . (Ileus- 

1 is.) JV. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Conversion of Face into one of Vertex by 

aid of Kuee-Elbow . (Humphrey,) Am. 

.four. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Impacted Face . (Reamy.) Am. Jour. 

Obs., July. 

Presentations. Remarks on the History and 
Treatment of Two Cases of Face . (Part- 
ridge) .V. y. Med., lour. .March, 

— Version ))y tlio Vertex in Shoulder . (Bol- 

lini;.) Louisville Med. Netos, March 24, and 
SniilhernMed. liee.. May. 

— Sliouliler and otlier Transverse . (Maxou.) 

Am. Pract., March. 



— Shoulder and their Treatment. (Sey- 
mour.) 3Ied. Brief, .Tune. 

Preventive Treatment. Tho of Certain Dls- 

easex. A New Method of Prophylactic Prac- 
tice. (Hunt.) JV. Y. Med. Itcc, Sept. 22. 

Priapism. Persistent . (Walker.) Va. Med. 

Monthly, Feb. 

Procidentia Uteri. With Cases. (Sell.) Phy. 

and Phar., A%ig. 
Proctitis. Or Inflammation of the Rectum. 

(Vance.) Ciii. Lancet and Obs., Axig. 

Professional Duty. And Sacrifice of Life, 
((ireen.) N. Y. Med. Hcc, June 2. 

Prolapsus. Tho Surgical Remedies for In- 
volving Uterus, Vagina, Bladder, or Rectum. 
(Beebe.) U. S. Med. Investiyator (IT.), Jan. 1. 

— Of tho Womb from Elongation of the Supra- 
Vaginal Portion of the Cervix. (Goodell.) 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Jan. C. 

— Vaginal and Uterine . (Palmer.) The 

Clinic, Dec. 15. 

Prolapsus Anl. (Cattermole.) Canada Lancet, 
Aug. 

Prophylaxis of Summer Complaints in Child- 
ren. (Olesou.) Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Aug. 

Prostatic Enlargement, Treatment of the , 

by the use of Nealton's Vulcanized Gum Cathe- 
ter. (Thomson.) Am. Pract., Aug. 

— Guide. (Keyes.) N. Y. Med. Hec, May 5. 

— New . (Otis.) N. Y. Med. Hee., ApiHl 21. 

Prostitution. The Regulation of . (Cres- 

ler.) Cin. Med. News, Aug. 
Protagon. (Percy.) New Hem., April. 

— (Polk.) Am. Med. Bi-wceldy, June 9, and Med. 
Brief, .Tuli/. 

— Note on . (Polk.) Phila. Med. Times, 

Sept. 29. 

— (Williamson.) Cin. Med. Neivs, Dec. 
Pruritis Cutaneous, On tho Various Forms of 

. (Taylor.) Arch. Clin. Sur., Aug. 

Psychology. Materialistic . (Donald.) 

Southern Med. Hcc, Aug. 

— Tho ofKathrina. (Stevens.) Cin. Lancet 

and Obs., May. 

Psychosis. Notesou . (Hughes.) St. Louis 

Med. find Sur. Jour., April. 

— Practical Notes on tlio . (Hughes,) St. 

Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

Public Charities. New Yoik and Conec- 

tion. (Raborg.) The Sanitarian, July. 

— Health. Reform. (Black.) The Sanitarian, 
Jan. 

Puerpura Uheumatica, etc. (Campbell.) N. Y. 

Med. Jour., Dec. 
Pulsatilla. In Nem-algia. (Cumbacker.) Am. 

Horn CO., Dec. 

— in Transverse Positions. (Holcombe.) Ohio 
Med. and Sur. Hep. (II.), May. 

— (Wenzel.) Louisville Med. News, March 10. 

Pultaceous Concretion. Note on tho Micro- 
graphy and Chemistry of a from the Ton- 
sil. (Vansant.) N. O.Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Pumpkin Seed. Ethereal Extract of . 

(Endo.) Ncio Hem., Sept. 

— As a TiEniafuge. (White.) Ohio Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Puncture. Case of of tho Intestines for the 

Relief of Over-distension with Gas. (Leo.) 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Oct. 

— Of tho Bladder. (Coleman.) Med. Brief, Sept. 

— Of the Bladder, followed by Death. (Hull.) 
3re I. Brief, Nov. 

— Of the Bladder. (Zuercher.) Med. Brief, Nov. 

Puncturing tho Bladder for the Retention of 
Urine. (Wiendahl.) Med. Brief, Sept. 

Purple of the Ketina. A Few AVords ou the 
. (Alt.) iV. r. Med. Hec, Aug, 4. 

Purpura. Scorbutic . (Bulkley.) Arrh. 

Dermatol., Jan. 



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(BeviMi.) ifd. Med., lour. 






— HeuiorrhagtcK. 

]',vi«mlH. Oaso of Piieriwrul Boptic — , with 
Metiistutio riinopbthulmiii. (MeKuuzie.) Am. 
Jour. Vbs., Oct. 

-- (Sigwortli.) I'hila. Med. and Sttr, Rep., Jun. 
la. 

— Aiul Scpticivmia. (Wiitsou.) X. Y. Med. 
Jour., Oct. and Nov. 

— r.yo-l'neumothorax. (Sutterthwalto.) .V. r. 
Med. Jour., July. 

— Treatment by Aspiration and Pcnnanent 
Drainaffo Tube. (Stoddard.) Huffalo Mid. 
and Unr. Jour., Nov. 

J'yruB Americana. (Gatchell.) Xortlitccstern 

Aimalisl (II.), July. 
Ouarantine. New York . (Vauderpoel.) The 

Sanitarian, March. 
Quartan. Intermittent. (Beckwith.) U. S. 

Med. Investigator (II. J, Feb. 1. 

Queen's Hospital College. (Craumcr.) Phila, 
Med. and Sur. Hep., Sept. 15. 

Quinla. As to How and Cinchonidia Act in 

ModifyinK tlio Body Heat. (Davy.) Ciii. Lan- 
eet and Obs., July. 

— Action of iu Malarial Fevers. (Duunu.) 

Ohio Med. liec., March. 

— Action of II 8 a Curative Remedy. (Dmnui.) 

Ohio Med. Iteeorder, June. 

— (Go8s.) Eclectic Med. and Sur. Jour., .^u|J. 

— Unusually Unpleasant Effects of Bulpliate of 
. (Slocum.) N. r. Med. Rec., May 26. 

— Estimation of . (Trimble.) Am. Jour. 

Phar., Xov. 

— Local Effects of in tlio Treatment of 

Diphtheria. (Ziuke.) The clinic, Dec. 2i>. 

Qulniaphobla. (Orinuell.) ('in. Lancet and 
Obs., March. 

Quinine. As a Remedy for Poisonous Eniptious. 
(Cantrt'll.) Kash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Any. 

— And Urticaria, (Clariborne.) .V. J'. Med. 
nee, Dec. 22. 

— Hyiwdcmiio lujoctlons of iu Malignant 

Malarial Fever. (Davie.) li. and L. Med. 
Jour., Jan. 

— ilnd Hydrobromlc Acid. (Forest.) X Y. Med. 
necManhn. 

— In Certain (fastro-Intestinal Disorders. (Gil- 
liam.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Feb. 

— Peculiar Effects from Exliibitlon of . 

(irifllth.) Ohio Med. Recorder, May. 

— In Sciatica of Malarial Orii^ii. (Mannon.) 
The ClinU'.Ocl. 13. 

— Cases Apparently Sliowlng that Docs not 

Possess Oxytocic Virtues, With Remarks. 
(Ilawes.) Vrt. Med. Monthly, Aug. 

— As an Oxytocic. (Restlue.) Va. Med. Monthly, 
March. 

— As nu Oxytocic. (Thomas.) Am. Med. IU- 
Weelcly, Aug. i. 

— Effect of uiwu the Gravid Uterus. (Bee- 
man.) A m. Med. Jli-Weekly, Feb. 3. 

— Effectsof upon the Gravid Uterus. (Craig.) 

A m. Med. m-Weekly, May 26. 

— Effects of on tlio Gravid Uterus. (Fon- 
taine.) Am. Med. Ri-Weelcly, March 3. 

— An Instance in which Originated Contrac- 
tion of the Uterus. (Beemau.) Am. Med. Hi- 
Weekly, May 12. 

Rabies Feline. Case of Treated with 

Woorara and Morpliia. (Read.) Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, Jan. 

Rachiotomy. In Transverse Presentational. 

(Tcbault.) Vrt. Med. Monthly, April. 
Riichitis. Thirteen Cases of . (Forchheimer.) 

The (Jlinic, April 2>i. 
Uauunculus Bulbosus. (.Smith.) X. K. Med. 

(ituclte (II.), June. 

Rape. Case of Alleged and <^:>nvictiou. 

(< Jociiran.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, March 17. 

Rattlesnalce Hit*. Case of SiictcssfuUy 

I'lcatcd by Injections of Carbolate of Ammo- 



nia into tlio Veins. (Knott.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., July '21. 

Recovery. After Railroad Accident. (Tolaud.) 

Western Lancet, July. 
Rectocele. New Operation for the Cure of 

and Cystocelo. (Gillette.) Am. Jour. Obs., 

April. 

Rectum. Diseases of the ; a Brief Review 

of their Hynipiomatology and Physical Di- 
agnosis. (Vance.) Vin. Lancet and Cits., 
Feb. 

Reinsch's Test. Fallacies of for Arsenic. 

(Wormly.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 
Reflex IVIotor Symptoms. Pathology and Treat- 

nuMit of , Paralysis, Constructions, etc. 

(Dupuy.) Chicago Jour. Nerc. and Menl. IHs., 

April. 

Reform Needed Among Reformers. (Gibbous.) 

Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 
Refraction. Errors of . Demonstrated by a 

New and Original Model. (Munson.) X. ¥. 

Med. Jour., May. 

— Errors of of the Eye. (Murrell.) R. and 

L. Med. Jour., Se})t. 

Remedies. Notes on Some of the Newest . 

(Hale.) Am. Ilomeo., Sept. 
Renal Disease. Remarks on . (Milner.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., March 3. 
Reply to Dr. I>. Newcomer. (Glenn.) Med. 

Brief, Oct. 

— Criticism. (Sayre.) Arch Clin. Sur., March. 

— Dr. Curtis. (Williams.) Boston Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Dec. 13. 

Reputation. How Obtained. (Anon.) Buffalo 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 
Resiua Podopliylli. (Klie.) Am. Jour. Phar., 

Dec. 

Resonator. The . (Mitchell.) U. S. Med. 

Invesligalor (II.), April 1. 

Respiration. The Point of Origin In the So- 
called Bronchial . (Ellis.) Boston Med- 

and Sur. Jour., July B. 

— Expcuiuients tin the Effects Upon , of Cut^ 

ting off tho Supply of Blood from the Brain 
and Medulla Oblongata. (Flint.) X. Y. Med. 
Jour., Xoc. 

Respiratory Ilrace. The. (French.) Bosto/ti 

Med. and Sur. Jour., May 3. 
Retina. Recent Discoveries in tho Physiology 

of the . (Butler.) Canada Med. and Sur. 

Jour., Aug. 
-•Contribution to the Anatomy of tho Human 

. Norrls.) Am. Jotir. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— Contribution to the Anatomy of tho Human 

. (Shakespeare.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 

Oct. 

Retinitis Albuminuria. (Ilarlau.) Phila, 
Med. and Sur. Rep., July 28. 

— Apoplectica, And jibollc Inflammation 
of the Retina. (No. Am. Jour. Med, Sci- 
ences, Oct. 

Retroversion. Case of of the Uterus, Com- 
plicated by Adhesion and Prolapse of the Left 
Ovary. (Cleveland.) Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

Rheumatism. Analysis of One Hundred and 
Nine Cases o' — , Treated with Salicylic 
A(!id and Sai.. ^e, With Tables. (Brown.) 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. H. 

— Its Treatment by Saliclno, Ballcyllo Acid, and 
Salicylate of Sodium. (Caldwell.) X. V. Med. 
Rec, Sept. 1. 

— (Gibbous.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., 
March. 

— Ammonia Ti'eatment of . (Lewis.) South- 

em Med. Rec, Oct. 

— Case of Scrofulous . (Milan.) Louiaville 

Med. Xeics, Feb. 10. 

— Therapeutics of Acute , or Rheumatic Fe- 
ver. (Butterfleld.) Eclectic Med. and Sur. 
.four., June. 

— Acute Treated by Salicylic Acid. (Craw- 
ford.) Va. Med. Monthly, July. 



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— CnHo of Acute Treated by Sallclno. (Dlx- 

Dii.) Ohio Med. Recorder, March. 

— Acuto . (Field.) Va. Med. Monthly, Jan, 

— Acute Treated with Sallcyllo Acid. (Lo- 

maz.) Phila. Med. and Hur. Hep., Aug. i. 

— The Treatment of Acuto . (Miller.) Cin. 

hancel and Obs., March. 

— Case of Acute Followed by Pericarditis 

tiud Pneumonia. (AValluce.) Louisville Med. 
News, Feb. 17. 

— Acuto Treated with Salicylic Acid. 

(Wharton.) Ya. Med. Monthly, July. 

— On the Specific Action of Large Doses of 
Lime-juice in the Treatment of Acute, Sub- 
Aouto, and Chronic . (Chandler.) Cana- 
da Lancet, Oct. 

— Starvation in the Treatment ol Acute Articu- 
lar . (Wood.) Canada Med. Rec., June. 

KhuB. What Symptoms Indicate the . 

(Mooers.) Am. Homeo.,Dec. 

— Toxicodendron. And Baryta. (Berrldgc.) 
U. S. Med. Investigator (U.>, Oct. 1. 

— Characteristics or . (Hoyne.) XI. 8. Med. 

Investigator (II.), Marchl. 

Kiots. The Late in Montreal Viewed 

from a PsycholoKlcal Standpoint. (Howard.) 
Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 



of 



(Bradford.) 



Kowlug Alen, Health 
The Sanitarian, Dec. 

Itubeola. And Abortion. (Orider.) Louisville 
Med. News, Aug. 11. 

Kuptnre. Of the Choroid. (Amlck.) Cin. 
Lancet and Obs., Nov. 

— Death from of the Heart. (Cilley.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., Dec. 8. 

— Of the Funis during Rapid Labor. (Farnhara.) 
Am. Sup, Obs. Jour. Great Britain and Ire- 
land, July. 

— Of the Healthy CEsophagus. (Fitz.) Ain. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

— Case of of the Vestibule During Labor. 

(Gillette.) Am. Jour. Obs,, April, 

— Of the Womb. (Ooodell.) Am. Jour. Obs., 
,ruly. 

— Case of Death from of the Fallopian Tube 

and Intraperitoneal Hemorrhage. (Nicoll.) 
A HI. Jo^ir, Obs., Jan. 

— Death from of a Cyst of the Broad Liga- 
ment. (Parish.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

— Of a Multllocular Ovarian Tumor from Vio- 
lent Vomiting. (Raborg.) N. Y, Med, Jour., 
April. 

— Of the Perineum, with Laceration of the Ves- 
tibule Anterior to the Urethra. (Morris.) Am. 
.Tour. Obs., April. 

— Case of — of the Perineum. (Wilkinson.) 
Va. Med. MontMu, June, 

— - Of the Uterus at the Posterior Utero-Va«:inal 
Junction, Caesarian Section. (Dow.) Va. iled. 
Monthly, Sept. 

— Fatal Case of of the Uterus. (Hank.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

— Case of Complete of the Uterus and Va- 

(jlna. (Jenkins.) Fhila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
March 24. 

— Of the Uterus. (Sawin.) N. E. Med. Oasette 
(H.), Oct. 

— Of a Uterus by Molesworth's Dilator. (Smith.) 
Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

— Case of of the Uterus and Escape of Con- 
tents into the Peritoueal feac. (Stevens.) 
Phila. Med, and Sur. Rep., May 5. 

Raptares. Four Successive of the Uterus. 

(Rose.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Aug. 



Rash. 

son.) 



Memoir of Dr. Bculamin 
Betroil Med. Jour., Feb. 



-. (John- 



Safety of Ships. The , and those who Travel 

in tnem. (Woodworth.) The Sanitarian, Feb. 

Sallcin. In Acuto Rheumatism. (McNlder.) 
Phila. Med. and Stir. Rep., May 12. 

— In Rheumatism. (Tyree.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., April 7. 

— Tlio Value of In Chronic Diarrhoea. (Mat- 

tison.) A7n, Med, Bi-Weekly, Jan, 0. 



Salivation. Mercurial and Ilydiouelu. 

(Newton.) Am, Med, Jour. (E.), Nov. 

— Case of Excessive During Pregnancy ; 

Face Presentation; First Position; Rotation 
Eflfocted l)y Forceps ; Child Alive. (Richard- 
son.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., July 12. 

Sangruinaria Canadensis. (Barrows.) Eclectic 
Med. and Sur, Jour,, Dec. 

Sanitary Condition of Cities. (Fisher.) Toledo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

— Measures. On . (McEachran.) Atn. Vcl. 

Rev., Jan. 

— Reform. The Need of in Ship Lite. 

(Gibon.) T?ie Sanitarian, March. 

— Regulations of Putnam County, N. Y. 
(Adams.) The Sanitarian, Oct. 

Santa Barbara as a Health Resort. (Stuart.) 
The Sanitarian, Aug. 

Santonine. A Cause of Convulsions. (Hobbs.) 
Louisville Med. News, Nov. 24. 

Sarcoma. Of Inferior Constrictor of the Phar- 
ynx and Inlet of the CEsophagus. (Chapman.) 
Am, Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

— Case of Diffuse Melanotic of the Brain, 

following same Disease in the Orbit. (Coskery.) 
Md, Med, Jour., May. 

— Retro-Uterine of Vaginal Origin. (Green.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

— Medullary . (Gross.) Phila. Med. Times, 

Dec. 22. 

— Of the Choroid. (Bishop.) Am. Homeo., Sept. 

— Of the Choroid, with Eplcritic Remarks. 
(Knles.) Arch. Ophthal. and Otol., Vol. VI., 
pagcSie. 

Scabies. (Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., Oct. 

Scalp I^esion. Extensive . (Throckmorton.) 

Phda, Med. and Stir. Rep., Oct. 27. 
Scarlatina. (Bartholow.) The Clinic, Dec. 1. 

— And Suppurative Pleurisy. (Bevan.) Chicago 
Med, Jour, and Ex,, June, 

— (Douglas.) Am, Observer (H,), April, 

— An Instance of from Fomites. (Parry.) 

Phila, Med. and Sur. Rep., April 7. 

— In Rhode Island. (Peck.) N. E. Med. Gazette 
(II.), Dec. 

— And Colt Distemper. (Peters.) Toledo Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

— The Etiology and Prophylaxis of and 

Diphtheria. (Smart.) Toledo Med. and Sur. 
Jour. J April. 

— t's. Disinfection. (Sullivan.) Boston Med, and 
Sur. .four., Aug. 9. » 

— (White.) St. Louis Eclectic Med. Jour., Dee. 

— Remarks on . (Yandell, Jr.) Am.PrOicl., 

June. 

School Children. Sanitary Knowledge of ; 

Seed in Good Ground. (Anon.) The Sanitarian, 

June. 
—Hygiene. (Wells.) The Sanitarian, March and 

April. 

— liuncheons. (Anon.) The Sanitarian, Oct, 

— Booiu Crowdlne. Brown's Dream. (Anon.) 
The Sanitarian, March, 

— System. What Changes Does Physiology De- 
mand in our 1 (Newell.) The Sanitarian, 

April, 

Schussier's Remedies. Cases Treated with 

(Kock.) Hahnemannian Monthly, May, 

Sciatica, Case of . (Bartholow.) The Clinic, 

Dec. 1. 

— (Thomson.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Nov. 3. 
Sctrrhns. Of the Common Bile Duct. (Bridge.) 

Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., April. 

— Sorrel In . (Dako.) Am. Uomeo., Nov. 

— Of the Parotid Gland. (Newton.) jV. T. Med. 
Eclectic, July. 

Sclerosis. Of Stomach; Arsenicum. (Gallison.) 
N, E, Gazette (U.), March. 

— Peculiar Case of Diffuse Cerebral . (Gil- 
liam.) Ohio Med, Recorder, April, 

— Cerebro-Spinal . (Stegor.) Nash. Jour. 

Med. and Sur., Nov. 

Scroftila. Remarks on . (Forcliheimer.) 

The Clinic, Aug. 18. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 









— In the NeffTo Ruce. (Frost.) PhUa. Med. and 
Sur. liefi., March 3. 

Seoale Cornutuni. Prcpuratlons of ; Their 

Tlicrapoutioul EtHcaoy in Mauy DiHoaseH. 

(Mouotto.) Med. Brief, Nov. 
SeceMionlsts. \f\\o are tho 1 (Pearson.) 

U. 8. Med. Ineealiyator (U.), Dec. 15. 
SecesHlon movement. Tho In Medicine. 

(Buiustoad.) U. H. Med. Investigator (U.), 

Oct. 1. 

— In Medicine. (Llppe.) V. S. Med. Investi- 
gator (II.), Nov. IS. 

" Second Sight. 8o-cuUed of Old People. 

(Burnett.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 

Section. Case of of the Median and Ulnar 

Nerves. (Putnam.) Boston Med. and Sur. 
Jour., March "Hi. 

Selections. From tho Danish Journals. (Wild- 
er.) Am. Jotir. Phar., April. 

Self Suspension. In the Treatment of Spinal 
Affection. (Lee.) Phila. Med. Times, Aug. 4. 

Septicsemia. Traimiatic . (Boozer.) At- 
lanta Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

— (Bradley.) Phij.and Phar., May. 

— The Treatment of and Pyicmia. (Forch- 

helmer.) The Clinic, Feb. 24. 

— After Amputations. (Jones.) Toledo Med. 
and Sur. Jour., April. 

— An Inquiry Into the Causes of . (Under- 

hlll.) Gin. Med. News, April. 

— The Causes of . (Whlttaker.) The Clinic, 

Feb. 3. 

— Pysenxla. Puerperal. (Parish.) Am. Jour. 
Obs., ipril. 

Serrated Scoop. Description of a New Instm- 

meiit. Tli6 for theDetaclimentof SesHilo 

Uterine Fibroids. (Thomas.) N. \'. Med. Jour., 

March, and Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 
Seton. Tho in Paralysis and Epilepsy. 

(Griffith.) Am. Pract., March. 
Seven Brass Pins. Passage of Through the 

Entire Alimentary Tract. (Draughon.) Nash. 

Jour. Med. and Sur., Sept. 
Sexual Debility. On and Impotence. (Gross.) 

PhUa. Med. and Sur. Pep.. May 5. 

— Exliaustlon. Masturbation, Excessive Ven- 
ery, etc. (Wood, Jr.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Pep., Dec. 22. 

— Weakness. (Duncan.) V. S. Mai. Investigator 
(II.), March 1. • 

Sharp. Wm. , M. D., vs. Samuel Ilahne 

uianu. (Lippe.) TT. S. Med. Investigator (II.), 
June 1. 

Shortening of tho Lower Limb after Fracture of 
tho Femur. (Wight.) Arch. Clin. Sur., Feb. 

•• Siclc Physiology," (Barnes.) Clin. Med. Ad- 
vance (II.), Aitg. 

Siegle's Optoscope. A Modiflcatiou of . 

(Ely.) N. Y. Med. Rec., May 12. 

Silver. Abuses of Nitrate of in tho Treat- 
ment of Eye Diseases. (Cliisolm.) Md. Med. 
Jour., May. 

— Dose and Mode of Administering Nitrate of 

. (Foster.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Itep., 

Sept. 22. 

— Solution of Nitrate of in the Treatment of 

Orchitis. (Knott.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Pep., 
MarchVl. , „ , , 

— Nitrate of as a Topical Application in 

Acute Inflammation of the Testes. (Mastiu.) li. 
and L. Med. Jour., Sept. 

— Plate in the Siiull. (Sigworth.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Rep., Dec. 8. 

— Plates In Cranial Wounds. (Snively.) Philu. 
Med and Sur. Rep., Dec. 29. 

Similla Minimis. (Conart.) Homco. Times, 

July. 
Sims. Biographical Sketch of J. Marlon . 

(Stuart.) Va. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

— Speculum. A Modification of the . (Fry- 
er.) N. Y. Med. Rec, Sept. 22. 



SItimmcd Milk in the Treatment of Catarrh of 
the Bladder and Cystitis. (Monetto.) Am. 
Pract., Nov. 

Skin. On Internal Diseases of the . (AH- 

l>utt.) Arch Dermatol., Oct. 

— Cases of Diseases of the Depending on 

Nerve Lesions. (Jewell.) Arch. Da-matol., 
July. 

— Note on the Anatomy and Pathology of the 

. (Warren.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 

April 19. 

— The . (Yandell, Jr.) Southern Med. Rec, 

May. 

— Disease. Analysis of Seven Hundred and 

Seventy-four Cases of Treated at the Do- 

milt Dispensary in 1870. (Bulkley.) N.Y.Med. 
Jour., April, 

— Diseases. On Certain Prevalent of the 

Summer of 1870. (Brouson.) Arch. DennaloL, 
Jan. 

— Notes on the Local Trontment of Certain . 

(Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 

— On tho Nomenclature and Classlllcation of 
. (Bulkley.) Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 

— On tho Recognition and Miinagement of the 

Gouty State in . (Bulkley.) Am. Pract., 

Nov. 

— Notes on . (Fox.) Phy. and Phar., May. 

— Notes on Some of tho Most Frequent . 

(Grcenough.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Feb. 22 and March «. 

— (Uloway.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Feb. 

— Gnittlng. (Faust.) Am. Ilomeo., Sept. 

— Experiments In . (Meyer.) Chicago Med. 

.Tour, and Ex., April. 

— For tho Prevention of Contraction of Tissues 
in a Severe Burn. (Speare.) Cin. Med. News, 
Sept. 

Sloughing of the Intestines (Beebe.) Philu. 
Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. 27. 

Smallpox. In Los Angeles. (Dalton.) Paiijic 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

— As it Occuri'ed in Oakville. Texas. (Dunini.) 
Am. Med. Bi-Werkly, April 4. 

— (Moore.) IP inemannion Monthly, June. 

— Hiemorrhagie . (Osier.) Canada Med. 

and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

Smoking. The Eflfcct of . (Buckham.) 

Canada J^ancet, March. 

Social Bvll. The . (Martin.) Phila, Med.and 

Sur. Rep., Nov. 17. 

— Act. A Needed. (Washington.) Nash, 

Jour. Med. and Sur., Oct. 



' Soda. Bicarbonate of in tho Treatment of 

I Burns. (McClellan.) Louisville Med. News, 
j Dec. 29. 

! — Bicarbonate of in the Treatment of Burns. 

'■ (Rof-'ers.) Louisville Med. News, ,Scpl. 29. 

i — Salicylate of in Rheumatism. (Clark.) 

! Cin. Med. News, Jan. 

i — Sulpho-Carl)olatoof in Diphtheria. (Green- 

I amycr.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., ,ran.o. 

— Sulpho-Carbolato of in Scarlatina. (I'ir- 

nat.) N. Y. Med. Rec, April 28. 

— Snlpho-Carbolate of in Hcarlet Fever. 

(Williams.) V.S.Med. Investigator (U.), Feb. !.■>. 

Sotlinm. Sulpho-Carbolato of in Diphtheria. 

(Anthony.) Phila. Med. and Sur. liep.,Jan. ];j. 

— Salicylate. (Kennedy.) Am. Jour. Phar., 
Dec. 

Solar Light and Heat. (Miller.) V. S. Med. In- 
vestigator (11.), June 1. 

Solution and Absorption, or tho Best Means of 
Securing tlioGood Efleets of Medicines in the 
Cure of Disease. (Compton.) Ani. Med. Bi- 
weekly, April 28. « 

Spasm. Case of Intermittent of tho Ciliary 

Muscle. (Angell.) U.S. Med. Investigator (11.), 
Juhjl. 

— Of the Ciliary Muscle, or Apparent Myopia. 
(Curry.) Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour. Jan. 

— Local of the Womb, with Retention of the 

Placenta, and Hemorrhage. (Gaston.) N. O. 
Med. ami Sur. Jour., July. 



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— Of (EgoplinguH. 
Jan. 



(Smith.) Va. Med. Monthly, 

-. (Coomoa.) Louisville 
(Roed.) Am. Jour. Med. 



of the 
I'lnalol., 



Spfouluin. A Nhw — 

Med. A'cirs, March 24. 

— A N<nv Ui'ctiil . 

ficienceit, OvL 

SpermatorrhflOA. On tlie Etiology, Patlioloffy. 

ftiulTri'iitiucntof ,aiul Iuiputuu(.'o. (Howe.) 

A". )'. Med. Her., Nor. 'A. 

— Koi)f>rt ot a ('iiH<'' whero Castration was Prr- 

foimotl for tho Uadlcal Cuic of . (Spaulil- 

lug.) Detroit Med. Jour., Jan. 

Sphygmojpraph. Tho Clinical Uho of the . 

(Carroll.) A^. V. Med. Jour.. Sej)!. 

— Errors of the . (Holdeu.) If. Y. Med. 

Jour., A'oc. 

Spina Bifida of the Bacruni. 'Graham.) Cin. 
Med. AdnineeiH.), May. 

— (Teal.) Detroit Med. Jour., Dec. 

— Cane of .followed iiy HpoiitanoouH Cure. 

(Voii Douhoir.) Louisville Med. News, Oct. 20. 

Spnal Cord. The Inhibitory Funetion of the 
. (Ott.) Vhilu. Med. Tunes, Dee. H. 

— Diseaae. Three CuseH of In Children 

Trciited l)y fiiiHiienwlou witli Plaster of Paris 
.laekets. (Grant.) A". I'. Med. Hec, Pee. 20. 

Spontaiinoun Conxbustion. (Sehuppert.) Am. 
Med. Iti-Weehly, Sept. 1<.). 

Spleen. Treatment of Knlarged liy Intra- 
venous Inji'ctlon. ((Jazzo.) I'hila. Med. and 
Sur. h'ei)., March K,. 

— Case of Movable and Engorged . (Reed.) 

Toledo Med. and Sur, Jour., .June. 

— Functions of the . (Weddlngton.) Cin. 

Lancet and Obs., Feb. 

Splint. New for Fracture of the Forearm 

and Hand. (Coover.) Fhila. Med. and Sur. 
Hep., Jan. '27. 

— Smith's Anterior . The Suspension Plan. 

(Dalton.) I'lirilie Med. and Sur. Jour.. Nov. 

— Tlie Late Prof. Smith and the Anterior . 

(Gibbons.) Faeifie Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

— Wire E.xteuslon tor the Forearm. (Porter.) 

Philu. Med. and Sur. Hep., April 14. 

— The Cable (StiUmau.) .V. V. Med. Itcc, 

Oct. 2(1. 

Splints. New Material for . (Frost.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Rep. (H.), Nov. 

— Plastic in Surgery. (Marcy.) liosion Med. 

and Sur. Jour., June 28. 

— Wire . (Pease.) U. S. Med. Investigator (IL), 

A prill. 

— Paper . (Speare.) Am. .Tour. Med. Sciences, 

July. 

Splinter of Coal. In the Posterior Layers of 

the Cornea, etc. (Hotz.) Chicago Med. 

Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

Sprains, And their Treatment. (Bishop.) N. Y. 
Med. Eclectic, May. 

— The Pathology and Treatment of . (Cow- 
ling.) Louisville Med. News, May 19. 

— The Treatment of by Massage. (Graham.) 

A', r. Med. Rec, Aug. 11. 

Stammering and Stuttering. (VandenholT.) 

Uomco. Times, Feb. 
Staphysagia. The Therapeutic Range o*" , — 

(Iloyne.) Am. Ilomeo., Aug. 
Stenosis. Preputial . (Hyde.) Chicago Med- 

.lour, and Ex., April. 

Sterility. Case of . (Qoodoll.) Am. Jour. 

Obs., Jan. 

— (Palmer.) The Clinic, Nov. 17. 

Stilllngia. In Scrofnlosls of Children. (Hale.) 

N. E. Med. Oazctte(lL), Oct. 
Stimulants. Action and Usert* of . (Bur- 

dlck.) Paciflc Med. and Sur. .Tour., Aug. 

— Use of In Disease. (Holcombe.) Am. 

Vet. Rer.. .Tan. 

— On the Eftects of ou an Excised Nerve. 

(Lee.) N. Y. Med. Rec., Sept. 1. 

Stomatis ninteruii. (Wright.) .\ni. .Tour. Obs., 
July. 



Stone. Some Praetloal Points In the Treatment 

of In the Bladder. (Qouley.) N. Y. Med. 

Rec.. Aug. '2H. 

— A Bullet the Nucleus of ; Lithotomy. 

(Kog(,'rs.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Mag. 

— Early Operation for . (Toland.) Charles- 
ton fled. Jour, and Rev., .Tan. 

StrablRmuH. On and Its Operation. (Alt.) 

Canada Lancet, Oct. 

— Relative . (Mclntyre.) I'hila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., .Tail. 0. 

— Convergent . (Amlck.) Cin. Lancet and 

Obs., Feb. 

— Paralytio Convergent ; Facial Paralysis, 

etc. (Gebsor.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jan. 

— Case of Malarial Convergent . (Jameson.) 

Am. Tract. , Oct. 

— Remarks on the Nature and Treatment of Con- 
vergent . (Theobald.) Md. Med. Jour., 

Dec. 

— Convergens. (Lindsley.) Nash. Jour, of Med. 
and- Sur., Nov. 

Strangulation. Of the Small Intestine In Utero- 

Rectal Adhesions. (Green.) Am. Jour. Obs., 

Jan, 
Strangury. To Prevent from Blisters. 

(Lyons.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Aj>ril 21. 
Street Dust. (Debruuuer.) Am. Jour. Fhar., 

Dec. 

— Pavements. (Anon.) The Sanitarian, ,Sept. 

— (Haupt.) The Sanitarian, July. 
Stricture. About a . (Gilchrist.) Louis- 
ville Med. News, May 12. 

— Ca.ie of ; Internal Urethrotomy; Cure. 

(Toland.) Western Lancet, .Tan. 

— Radical Cure of . (Von Tagen.) U. S. 

Med. Investigator (II.), Nov. 

— Of the Rectum and Urethra, etc. (Eaton.) 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, July. 

— Of the Rectum; Successful Operation. (Nel- 
son.) Canada Med. Rec, Ajiril. 

— Case of in Rectum. (Smith.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. 20. 

— Of the Male Uretura. (Bragg.) Atlanta Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

— Case of In the Male Urethra. (Westmore- 
land.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

— Two Cases of of the Urethra. (Bang.) 

Chicago Med. .Tour, and Ex., Nov. 

— Of the Urethra, Complicated with Hypertro- 
phy of the Prostate, Stone, and Violent Cysti- 
tis. ;?ragg.) Atlanta Med, and Sur. Jour., 
Oct. 

— Of the Urethra. (Brlnton.) Phila. Med. 
Times, June 9. 

— Congestive and Organic of the Urethra, 

Accompanied by Retention of Urine. (Had- 
den.) A^. Y. Med. Rec, July T. 

— Congestive and Organic of the Urethra, 

Accompanied by Retention of Urine, Treated 
Succi'SsfuUy with Water Pressure, by Means 
of a Syringe, (lladden.) Chicago Med. Times, 
Aug. 

— Of the Urethra. (Maclean.) Louisville Med. 
News, March 31. 

— Of the Urethra. (Maatin.) R. and L. Med. 
.Tour., Nov. 

— Urethi-al . (Brown.) JW. Med. Jour., 

May. 

— Multiple Urethral and Urinary Fistula. 

(Fisher.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept. 

— On the Diagnosis of Urethral by Bulbous 

Bougies. (White.) Phila. Med. Times, May 1Q. 

Strictures; On the Influence of of Large 

Calibre in Producing Intlammatlon of the 
Bladder, Prompt and Permanent Benefit Re- 
sulting from Removal of the by Dilating 

Urethrotomy. (Otis.) Am. Med. Bi-Wcekly, 
Oct. 27. 

— Further Testimony In Favor of the Use of 

Large Probes In the Treatment of of the 

Nasal Duct. (Theobald.) Arch. Ophthal. and 
OtoL, Vol. TL, page in. 

Strnmoits Klements. In the Etiology of .Toint 
Diseast'. ((iibucy.) N. Y. Med. Joxir., July. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIOX.S, 



Slryrhnlik Incoinpiitibln with ]<ronilil» of To- 
Uu<Hliiia ni)(l C'crtulii otlu*r BultH. (LyoiiH.) 
Delroil Med. Jour., Orl. 

— Note oil tho Ineoiiipiitlbnity of with 

Certiilii HnliiutSoliKlouH. (Lyonn.) Am. Jour. 
Phur.. Oil. 

— Autl<lotiil EfftuitH of Bulpliato of In a Cwko 

of (.'Ulonil rolHoniiig. (Martin.) K. and L. 
Med. Jour., May. 

Stnilent nnd Doctor. (Hitiidtu-s.) A'. E. 3led. 

(iusette III.), Dec. 
StuinpH. On tlid DrcHHliiKof . (Bauer.) A7. 

Louis ('Ha. liec, Aor. and Dec. 
.Sab'Liixation. Report of it Cuso of of tho 

Inferior Mitxllla, HtickwanlH. (Moore.) llntlalo 

Med. and Nur. Jour., May. 

— Of .'ho Kni'O-Jolnt. (Wright.) Avt. Pract., 
April. 

Nanstroke. (Knen-.) U. S. Med. TnveHligalor 
(II.), Aug. 15. 

— InHulation Thermal Fever. (Large.) Am. 

Vet. Uev.,July. 

Saperlor Maxilla. Removal of . (Cranston.) 

(Utnada Lancet, Xug. 
Suppuration. Of tho Valvo-Vaginal Gland. 

(Hunter.) Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 
Hurgeoim. In tho Allen I^ine. (Hockridgo.) 

Canada Lancet, April. 

— ResponHibility. Limit of the . (Mllllgan.) 

Phila. Med. and Hur. Hep., Feb. 24. 

Surgery. Oiilvano-Cnutery in . (Buffam.) 

hahnemannian Monthly, May. 

— Recent Progress in Genito-Urlnary . 

(Curtis.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 29 
and Dec. 20. 

-Of the Hand. (Easley.) It. and L. Med. Jour., 
July. 

— Country . (James.) Charleston Med. Jour. 

and Kcin., Jan. 

— Cliuleal Lectures on . (Pooley 

and Hur. Jour., Dec. 

— Antlsepting Dressing in . 

Canada Med. and Hur. Jour., Dec. 

— CiiseH in Cliuieal . (Squier.) 

nian Monthly, Xnv. 

— Case.s in . (Thebaud.) Arch 

Nov. 15. 

— The Bearings of Pathological Histology on 

Operative . (Varona.) Ilomco. Times, 

June. 

— Rc(*nt Progress In . (Warren.) Boston 

Med. aiid.Hur. Jour., June 21. 

— The Past, Present, and Future of Sclent Hie 
. (Wells.) Ohio Med. Recorder, Nov. 

— Antiseptic . (Canniff.) Canadian Jour. 

Med. ttcience, Jan. 

— Antiseptic . (Garrison.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Ucp., March 24. 

— Antiseptic at the Boston Hospital. (Git 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 15. 

— Antiseptic . (Smith.) Phy. and Phar.^ 

Aug. 

— ('onscrvatlon of Vital Force an Essential Ele- 
ment of Conservative . (McGraw.) De- 
troit Med. .Tour., .Tune. 

— (Jase of Conservative . (Sigsbee.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Hep., Aug. 25. 

— Conservative . (Witter.) Phila. Med.and 

Sur. Hep., May 26. 

Surgical Anatomy. Notes on the of tho 

Obdurator Artery. (Wyeth and Wardwell.) 
.V. Y. Med. Bee., Oct. 6. 

-Cages. (Briggs.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., 
March and May. 

— (Cheever.) Arch. Clin. Sur., ,Tuhi. 

— (Helmuth.) AT. E. Med. Oasette (H.), July. 
-Interesting . (Mears.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., Oct. 27. 

— (Walter.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Bep., Oct. 20. 

— Clinic. (Adams.) Am. Borneo., July, Oct., and 
Dee. 

— (Briggs.) Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Jan. 

— (Dawson.) The Clinic, Feb. 10. 

— (Hall.) U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), Sept. 15. 

— (Helmuth.) Am, Observer (II.), June. 



.) Ohio Med. 

(Rod(ll<'k.) 
llahnciiian- 

Clin. Sur., 



— Engine. A . (Garretson.) Phila. Med, 

Tillies, Nov. 10, 

— Shook. (Fuller.) (Canada Med. Itee., Feb. 
Suture*. Two New . (Thomas.) Am. Jour. 

Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Syoosiii. Clinical I^>cturn on . (Graham.) 

Canadian Jour. Med. Science, Dee. 

— (Roiilnson.) N. Y. Med. Jour., AuQ. 

— Remarkable Case of . (BhfwmaKor.) Phila. 

Med. and Sur. Hep., Oct. 13. 

SyneH Amputation. (Hudson.) T.onisvilleMed. 
News, Nov. ;). 
I 

HynovinI ilursne. Case of of thi^lIyoidBoue. 

(Wagner.) Ohio Med.and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

j MyphlU*. Early In the Negro. (Atkinson.) 

I Md. Med. Jour., Aug. 

I — Untreated . (Bulkley.) Arch, nermalol., 

! Oct. 

— Spontaneons Elimination of . (Conner.) 

The Clinic, ApriiW. 

— On tho Treatment of by Hynodermlo In- 
jections of Mercury. (Fiske.) Md.Med.Jmir., 
Oct. 

— Tho Curability of . (Hardaway.) SI. 

Louis Clin. Bee, March. 

— Can Ro-occnr, or can a Person Have Sy- 
philis Twice » (Kennard.) St. Louis Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Jan. 

— (King.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

— T«Ttiary Therapoutlcally Considered. 

(King.) Cin. Lancet and Ohs., July. 

— Cases Bearing on Home Doubtful Points in tho 

History of . (Mason.) Southern Med. Bee., 

March. 

— Origin of the Term . (Moore.) Louisville 

Med. Neics, Dec. 29. 

— On . (Poulson.) T'. S. Med. Investiga- 
tor (II.), June 15. 

— Notes on a Rare Api>earance Presented by the 
Initial Lesion of . (Taylor.) Arch. Derma- 
tol., Oct. 

— Of the Lung. (Tiffany.) Am. Jour. Med. .'Sci- 
ences, ,Tuly. 

— Discussion on the Duration of . (WhlttA- 

ker.) The Clinic, May 8. 

— Remarks on . ( Yandell, Jr.) Am. Pract., 

June. 

-Is Amenable to Legislation 1 (Bedell.) 

V. S. Med. Investigator (It.), Dec. 

— Is Amenable to Legislation? (Griffith.) 

r. .S'. Med. Investigator (B.), Jan. I.'). 

— Preventive Tre.itment of Congenital . 

(Johnson.) Dt,n-oit Med. ,Tmir., May. 

— Clinic Lecttire on Hereditary and Congenital 
. (Monti.) Phila. Med. Times, A iiril2H. 

— Hereditary . (Taylor.) Ohio Med. Be- 

cordcr, Sept. 

— An Account of a Inherited 

through Two Giuicrr tkinson.) Arch. 

Dermatol., Jan. 

(Bull.) Am. .Tour. 



— Inherited 
ilfcrf. Sciences 

— On the Unit 
N. Y. Med. He 



uallty of . (Milton.) 



— On tho Unity or Duality of . (Otis.) A'. Y. 

Med. Bee, May 19. 

Syphilitic Father. What Influence does a 

Exert on his Offspring? (Dowllng.) Cin. 
Lancet arid Obs., May. 

— Infection. The Lymphatic Theory of . 

(Hardaway.) N. Y. Med. Jour., Dec. 

— Inoculation. Remarkable Case of . 

(Noill.) Phila. Med. Times, Dec. 22. 

— Nervous AfTectlona. The Diagnosis and 

Treatment of Some Forms of . (Engel.) 

Phila. Med. Times, Dec. 22. 

— Poison. Shall tho Spread of be Prevent- 
ed! (Swayzo.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Bep., 
Oct. a. 

— Poisons. Are there one or Two 1 (Cnl- 

bertson.) Cin. Lancet and Ohs., Jan. 

— Remedies. Anti . (Hoyne.) Cin. Med. 

Advance (H.), July. 

Syphtloilerni. Cufo of Vegetating Tube.rcu- 



CLA88IFIKI) HY SUBJBOTI. 



4C 



(Vnn Ilarllugen.) Arch. 
(Rohe.) 



Ill 



rhiki. 



SI. 



Cin, 



Toledo iUd- 
A', r. Med. 



Am. 



lor In nil [iifuut 

Dermatiil., .{pril. 

Hypbiloloiry. litHcDt I'mKroHH 

Vit. Med. ilonthlj/, Orl. 
Syringe. A New . Craven.) 

and Sur. ,/uui\, A'or. 

Now iry|)o(U>rtulP . (Foters.) 

liec, Sliiy IJ. 

MyrapuM Luctiicurll. (SiihlotterlH-ck.) 
■lour I'hur., Dec. 

Ta>niH. Trt'iitiMl wItliCurbollc Ai'Id. (Brown.) 
V. V. Med. Uee., Dec. 2'2. 

— KxpuIhIoh of tli(» . (Braiuuii.) I'hila, Med. 

una Sur. Hep., April T. 

Tiibes Pulinonuui. Or I'litliiHiH. (I'ulk.) Vlti. 

Lancet and Obs., Aug. 
TtillpeM KqulnuR. Acuiulrcd , witli Six Years 

(if On-lit rtiifforliig. (Hamilton.) Ohio Med. 

Uecorder, A no. 
TulipiiH Kqiiiiio VaruH. (Green.) I'hila. Med. 

and Siir. Hep., Dec. 8. 

TiiiiiihiH. .Sonic MctUodM of EstlmntliiK . 

(I'roclor.) Am. Jour. I'har., Aug. 
TitttooliiK In Najvi. (Sberwell.) Arch. Derma- 

litl., April. 

Tenaculum Needle, etc. (Cloborne.) X. Y.Med. 
liec, Oct. 13. 

Tendo AchiUeH. Accidental Division of tlio 
— ; lUicovery. (Hamilton.) Ohio Med. Recor- 
der: Orl. 

— Division of tbe , lu Fracture of the Lower 

Tliird of the Femur. (Morris.) Boston Med. 
and >Sur. Jottr., N^ov. 2i>. 

— Case of DIvIhIou of the . (Noyes.) Detroit 

Med. .lour., June. 

Tenotomy. Of the Teusor-Tyinpaui. (Tnrn- 
buU.) Phila. Med. aiid Sur. Rep., Jan. 20. 

Teratologry. (Newcomer.) Southern Med. Rec, 
yor. 

TeHtamentary Capacity. (Ray.) The Sanita- 
rian, Oct. 

Tentivle. Cystic Disease of . (Blggar.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Rep. (H.), March. 

— Loss of One Not Interfering with Pro- 

creutlve Powers. (Spencer.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., Sept. 8. 

TetanuM. Fatal Cases of . (Boutellc.) Va. 

Med. Monthlji, April. 

— (Brown.) Detroit Med. Jour., June. 

— Following Amputation of the Index Finger, 
Treated with Chloral Hydrate. (Duncan.) 
Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 

— Case of . (Dyer.) Boston Med. and Sur. 

Jour., March 15. 

— Intermittent — -. (Gro«n.) Am. .Tour. Obs., 
Jan. 

— Recovery of a Case of , Treated hy Calabar 

Bean and Chloral Hydrate. (Holmes.) X. 1'. 
Med. Rec, Sept. 8. 

— Treated wltli Bromide of Potassium. (Steger.) 
.V««A. Jour. Med. and Sur., Nov. 

— Case of Traumatio In a Young Child. 

(Burr.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rr/p., Aug. 4. 

— Traumatio Successfully Treated with 

Opium. (Chamberlain.) Pacific Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Jan. 

— Case of Traumatic . (Evans.) Southern 

Med. Rec. Oct. 

— Traumatic . (Miller.) Phila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., Dee. 22. 

~ Traumatic . (Read.) Chicago Med. Jour. 

and Ex., May. 

— The Ti<^atment of Traumatio by Hydrate 

of chloral. (Roberts.) 4m. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
Oct. 

— Traumatic Cured by Combined Use of 

Chloral Hydrate and Curara. (Rooch.) St. 
Louis Clin. Rec, Oct. 

—Traumatio Treated Successfully with 

Large Doses of Canabls Indica, and Stimu- 
lants. (Snlvely.) Phil. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
Oct. in. 

— Case of Trftumatlo Treated with Large 



Doses of Tincture of Aconite. (ThoriMS.) 
Chicago Jour. A'crr, and Ment. Dia., April. 

'« The Doctor." (McD(mald.) Va. Med. Month- 
ly, J(iu. 

TherapeuticH. Recent Progress In . (Amory.) 

JUmton Med. and Sur. .lottr., March Iti and 
Sept. 20. 

— Advances In . (Fauntleroy.) Va. Med. 

Monthlg, .fan. 

Thermometers. How to Restore the Scale of 

. (Perkins.) X. Y. Med. Rec, Dee. i. 

Thoracic DiMeaseH. Recent Progress in the 

Treatment of . (Shattm^k.) Boston MeH. 

and Sur. Jour., April 19. 
Throat. Cases from the Clinic for DlscascH of 

the . (Ives.) X. Y. Med. Jour., Mai/. 

— Recent Progress in the Treatment of tlio Dis- 
eases of the . (Knight.) fl »ton Med. and 

Sur., lour., Oct. 4. 

— DlaKUosIs and Treatment of Diseases of thc^ 
. (Whitney.) Uomeo. Times, April. 

Thrombosis, Of the Left Middle Cerebral Artery. 
(Boyce.) Am. llomeo., Oct. 

— Of the Brain, Heart, and Pulmonary Artery, 
as a Cause of Mortality During the Prourcss of 
Chol<>ra Infantum, and its Prevention. 
(Brown.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 15. 

Thuja. In Headache. (OouUou.) Ilahnemann- 
lun Monthly, March. 

— Occidentalls. (Goullon, Jr.) North Am. Jow. 
Jlomeo., Pel). 

Thyrotomy. (Johnson.) Chicago Med. Jour. 

and Ex., Jan. 
Tinea Circluatus. Case of . (Ring Worm.) 

.Scald Head. (Doane.) Med. Brief, J an. 

— Caseof . (Doane.) Phy. and Phar., Feb. 

Tonsurans and Tinea Clrelnata. (Roke.) The 

Clinic, Oct. 20. 

Tincturu Opli Deodoratu. (Davis.) Am. .four. 
I'hur., March. 

Tissues. The Causative Relation Existing Be- 
tween the Anatomical Arrangements of the 

at Various Ages, and their Morbid 

(Jrowth. (Naucrcde. ) /Vii/a. Jfef/. Times, .hily 
21. 

Tobacco as a Clause of Blindness. (Newton, ,1 r. ) 
.V. 1'. Med. Eclectic, March and April. 

Topogrraphlcal Surveys. Relation Between 

and the Study of Public Health. (Gard- 
ner.) The Sanitarian, Sept. 

Toxic Effects of the Bromides. (Easley.) Am. 
Med. Bi- Weekly, Xov. 24. 

Toxicology. On the Importance of a Knowl- 
edge of . (Barnett.) Cin. Med. Advanir 

{l[.),Xov. 

— On (Reese.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep.. 

Sept. 22. 

Tracheotomy. Two Cases of . (Atheiion.) 

Canada Lancet, July. 

— For the Removal of a Foreign Body. (Ingti.) 
Southern Med. Rec, March. 

— In a Case of Brouchocelo with Fatal Pneumo- 
nia. (Miles.) X. O. Med. and Sur. .Tour., 
March. 

— Four Cases of . for Pseudo-Membranous 

Laryngitis, (Nancredc.) Phil. Med. Ti7ne8, 
.Vol'. 24. 

— Report of Three Cases of . (Rachel.) .Ini. 

Jour. Med Sciences, ,Tuly. 

— (Reid.) X. Y. Med. ,Tour., .Tuly. 
-Successful for Diphtheria. (Arnold.) Arch. 

Clin. Sur., March. 

— In Diphtheria. (Ilaguiiga.) A^. r. Meil. Rec. 
Mat! 12. 

— In Dlphtlieria. (MorrlHon-Flset.) X. Y. Med. 
Rec , Mai/ 12. 

— InDlphtherla. (Pooley.) R. and L. Med. .Tour., 
June, 

— lu Diphtheria. (Rose.) A'. Y. Med. Rec, May 
12. 

— InDipIilhcrlii. (Wilson.) Am. Med. Bi-Wee!:hj, 
March '61. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 






— Ill Diplitlieritio Croup ; Successful Result. 
(Tuttlo.) Pacific Med. and Sitr. Jour., Dec. 

— Ciisoof iu Croup. (Kuapp.) C in. Lancet 

and Obs., Aug. 

— On in Croup. (Packard.) I'hila. Med. and 

Sur. Rep., Sept. 29. 

— Instrument. Improved . (Hank.) Am. 

Jour. Obs., Jan. 

Trance. A Now Theory of , and its Bearings 

on Human Testimony. (Beard.) Chicago Jour. 
Nerr. and Ment. Dis., .Tan. 

Transfusion. Of Blood. (Minor.) Homeo. Times, 
Jan. 

— Of Blood. (Skinner.) Cin. 2fed. A dvance (11.), 
Aug. 

— Successfully Performed in a Child. (Stokes.) 
Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

Transmutations and Metamorphoses. (Dakc.) 

Cin. Med. Advance (H.J, May. 
Transverso Septum. Case of of the Vagina 

Obstructing Delivery. (Coleman.) .lm.,/our. 

Obs., July. 
Traumatism. Case of . (Gilchrist.) IT. S. 

Med. Investigator (H.), Sept. 1. 

— As a Factor in tuo Diseases of Women. (Lud- 
1am.) U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), Oct. 15. 

Tremor. Case of Peculiar Unilateral Follow- 
ing Head Injuries. (Hamilton.) Boston Med. 
and Sur. Jour,, Sent. 27. 

— As aSymptom of Nervous Disease. ,Gol>bard.) 
I'hila. Med. and Sur. Hep., June 23. 

Trephining. On in Epilepsy. (Thompson.) 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 

Trillium Pendulum. Beth Root. (Goss.) Med. 

Brief, Oct. 
Triple Rirtli. Case of . (MePhail.) Va.Med. 

Monlhly, April. 

— Caseof . (Smith.) Ya. Med. Monthly, Ajrril. 

Triplets. Case of and Non-Mcddlesomo 

Midwifery. (Comstoek.) V. S. Med. Investiga- 
tor (II.), Feb. 1. 

— (Heani.) Nash. .Tour. Med. and Sur., July. 

— (Patterson.) Xash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Dec. 

Trismus Xascentium. Cured by Hydrate Chlo- 1 
ral. (Cowling.) Am. Med. Bi-Weehty, Feb. 3. 

— (Dixon.) Ohio Med. Recorder, July. 

Triturations. On the Use of Certain . (Pif- 

fard.) X. Y. Med. liec., Dec. 1. 
Trommer's Test. Fallacy of . (Hay.) Phila. 

Metl. Time.'i, July 21 and Oct. 27. 

Tsa Tsin. (Rhjnichosia Excavata.) (Polk.) 
Med. Brief, .Tune. 

Turberclc. Case of Cerebral . (Fuller.) 

Canada Med. Bee. Dec. 

— Tho Latest Investigation into the Genesis . 

(Sizer.) Cin. Med. News, Feb. 

Tuberculosis. In Milch Cows, and tho Cout.a- 
giousness of Tuberculosis ))y tho Digestive 
Organs. (Bell.) The Sanitarian, Aug. 

— On tho Cause of of the Lungs by Inducing 

Calcilloation. (Both.) N. Y. Med. Rec.,Feb. 
17. 

— Successful Calolflcation of of the Lungs. 

(Both.) N. Y. Med. liec, July 21. 

— Of Bone. (Conner.) The Clinic, Aug. 4. 

— In the Lungs of a Canary Bird. (Danforth.) 
Chicago Med. .Tour, and Ex., Jan. 

— General . (Gardner.) St. Louis Med. and 

Sur. .Tour., March. 

— Treatment of . (Hitchman.) Eclectic Med. 

and Sur. .Tour., Feb. 

— Meningeal and Pulmonary in the Adult. 

(Meyer.) Chicago Med. Jour. and. Ex., April. 

— (Polk.) .V. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

— Of the Eye. (Seely.) The Clinic, July 2S. 
Tuberculous. How a Healthy Individual Bo- 
fame . (Davy.) The Clinic, .Tilly 21. 

Tumor. Of the Brain. (Ansell.) Am. Med. Bi- 
weekly, Aug. 18. 

— Of the External Vaiv. (Easlcy.) Am. Med. 
Bi- Weekly, Jan. 20. 



— Of tho Knee. (Mears.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., Dec. 15. 

— Involving Submaxillary Gland, Removed by 
Oi>eration. (Naucrede.) Ohio Med. Times, 
Nor. 24. 

— Caso of of tho Mediastinum and Thyroid 

Gland. (Octerlouy.) Louisville Med. News, 
Sent. \. 

— Firm Adenoid from the Mammary Region. 

(Ashhurst.) I'hila. Med. I'imes, Ajtril 14. 

— An Unusual Bloody Behind tho Uterus. 

(Byford.) Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., April. 

— Cancerous iu tho Rectum. (Baxter.) St. 

Louis Eclectic Med. Jour., Dec. 

— Cystio of tho Breast. (Toland.) Western 

Lancet, Sept. 

— Fibro-Cystic of Thyroid Gland ; Excision ; 

Recovery. (McLean.) Western Lancet, Sov. 

— Fibro-Cystic of Cerebellum. (Talmage.) 

Homeo. Times, .Tune. 

— Fibroid of the Uterus. (BordwoU.) Eclci- 

tic Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

— Fibroid Re"\ovod by Traction from tho 

UtCiUS. (Good" Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Caso of Fibroh. - of the Uterus Removed by 
Avulsion. (Miles.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

— Fibroid of tho Uterus. (Tyrrell.) Pacijic 

^ted. and Sur. .Tour., Feb. 

— Sub-Peritoneal Fibroid Removed by Ab- 
dominal Section. (King.) Am. .Tour. Med, 
Sciences, Jan. 

— Fibroid inthoSheath of tho Median Nerve. 

(Maclean.) Louisville Med. News, March 31. 

— lutra-Mural Fibroid . (Thompson.) Chi- 
cago Med. .Tour, and Ex., Sept. 

— Caso of Fibrous of tho Uterus, Causing 

Eclampsia. (Brown.) Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Fibrous of the Uterus Expelled Piecemeal 

by Ergot. (Byford.) Arch. Clin. Sur., May. 

— Removal of a Fibrous from tho Utenis 

by Traction. (Emmet.) Am. .Tour. Obs., 
Jan. 

— Caso of Fibrous of Uterus; Excision; 

Recovery. (Toland.) Western Lancet, Nov. 

— Fibrous of tho Back, Removed. (Camiv 

bcll.) V«. 3Ied. Monthly, Sept. 

— Fibrous of tlio Pylorus. (Clark.) Arch. 

Clin. Sur., Oct. 1. 

— Fibrous of the Left Upper Jaw which had 

Undergone Partial Calcareous Degeneration. 
(Mcars.) Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 15. 

-Clinical Lensons on ii Case of Foetal . 

(Broca.) Western Lancet, Feb. 

— Horny Growing from Eye-lid. (Chisolm.) 

Ya. Med. Monthly, July. 

— Large of thoLeft Superior Maxilla, Involv 

ing Nasal and Orbital Cavities. (Mears.) 
Phila. Med. Times, Nov. 2i. 

— Removal of a Lipomatous from tho Left 

Side of tho Neck. (McKay.) Canada Lancet, 
June. 

— Thirteen Cases of Ocular , with a Case of 

Tumor of tho Optic Nerve and a Case of Pan- 
ophthalmitis with a Clot Simulating a Tumor. 
(Holmes.) Arch. Ophthat. and Otol., VoL YI., 
]Higc 291. 

— Complicated Caso of Ovarian . (Dillon.) 

Clinic, June 2. 

— Ovarian Cured by Colocynth. (Dnnbain.) 

V. S. Med. Investigator (II.), Sept. 

— Case of Pseudo-Ovarian . (Gillette.) Am. 

Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Probable Ovarian Taking on Inflamma- 
tory Action. (Hamilton.) Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., J Illy U. 

— Ovarian — ^ Complicated with Ascitis. 
(Hoyt.) Cin. Med. Advance (TI.), Feb. 

— Case of Ovarian in a Child Twelve Years 

of Age. (M(^Graw.) Toledo Med. and Sur. 
Jour., July. 

— Case of Ovarian Cystic ; Ovariotomy ; Re- 
cover}'. (McAllister.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., 
Jan. 

— Pediculated of the Pudona. (Thomas.) 

Am. .Tour. Obs., Oct. 

— Pharyngeal Treated by Incisions and 

Tnjectioiisthroughtlui Mouth; Cure. (Wagner.) 
Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., A iig. 



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— Sup 
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— Rei 
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Times, 



— Pixlsatlng of Orbit Resombllng True An- 

eurlHtn. (Frothingliam.) Am. Jour. Med. 
Sclenceg, Jan. 

— Cttso of Sarcomatous Mistaken for Popll- 

t«al Aneurism. (Mason.) Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, Jan. 

— Supposed Uterine . (Blake.) U. S. Med. 

Invest igutor (H.), Sept. 1. 

— Report of a Case of Intramural Uterine 

Resulting In Abscess wblcli Effected a Cure. 
(Suessorott.) Phila. Med. Times, Jan. 20. 

— Vtascular of the Neck. (Brings.) Nash. 

Jour. Med. and Sur., Nov. 

— Albus. Double . (Smith.) Am. Sup. Obs. 

Jour. Oreat Britain and Ireland, April. 

Tumors. (James.) Am. Observer {H.), July. 

— Of the Rectum. (Vance.) Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., .June. 

— Benign of the Breast. (Zlnkc.) The Clinic, 

Sept. 22. 

— A Nest of Encysted In Right Orbit. 

(Kcmpf.) Jjouisville Med. News, July U. 

— Two Operations for Fibro-Cystic of the 

Mamma, on the Same Person. (Thompson.) 
Homeo. Times, June. 

— Practical Points in the Electrolytic Treatment 

of Cystic and Fibroid . (Beard.) N. Y. 

Med. lice, March 17. 

— Fibroid Complicated with Tetanus. (Pal- 
mer.) Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

— Intra-Ocular . (Holmes,) Chicago Med. 

Jour, and Ex., Aug. 

— Ovarian . (Guernsey.) Hahnemannian 

Monthly, Dec. 

— Trcatiiieut of Sebaceous by Injection of 

Tincture of Iodine. (Humlltou.) Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Jiep., Feb. 17. 

Twins. Retained Placenta. (Fletcher.) Am. 
Fract., April. 

— Case of ; Both Children Decomposed ; Re- 
tention of the Second Child and Both Placenta 
for Two Days utter the Birth of the First Child. 
(Muude.) Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

— Both Heads of In the Pelvis. (Reed.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

— On the Simultaneou.s Enti'anre of Both Heads 

of into the Pelvis. (Reimau.) Am. Jour. 

Obs., Jan. 

Two Items. (Morgan.) Mcd.and Sur. Jour. (U.), 
July. 

Typhlitis. Case of , with Perforative Ulcer- 
ation of Intestine. (Elderdice.) Cin. Med. 
News, Feb. 

Typhoid. Two Rules In . (Dewey.) Med. 

Brief, Oct. 

Ulcer. Scrofulous Cured. (Mltcholi.) C. S. 

Med. Investigator (IL), June 15. 

— Case of Indolent Cured by Stropping. 

(Royer.) U- S. Med. Investigator (11.), Nov. 1.' 

Ulceration. Of the Cornea and Iritis. (Amick.) 
Cin. Med. News, July. 

— Syphilitic of the Pharynx. (Browne.) 

Lousvilli Med. News, Dec. 22. 

— Extensive of the Small Intestine Follow- 
ing Obstruction of the Bowels. (Curtiu.) Phila. 
Med. Times, March 17. 

— And 8tri<'ture of the Rectum. (Fenwlek.) 
Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

— Of Soft Parts and Destruction of Filiula from 
lijury Sustained Twenty Years Before; Am- 
putation; Recovery. (Royer.) OhioMed.und 
Sur. Rep. {ID, March. 

— Of the Rectum. (Vance.) Cin. Lancet ami 
Obs., May. 

Ulcerations of the Rectum. Simulating Uterine 
Disease; with Treatment and Remarks. (Wil- 
kersou.) Ta. Med. Monthly, Aug. 

Ulcers. Treatment of Syphilitic . (Beards- 
ley.) Phil. Med. and Sur. Hep., April 21. 

— Case of . (Qortou.) Am. Observer (II.), 

April. 

Fngrueutuin Hydrargyri Nitratis. (Wolff.) Am. 
Jour. Phar., April. 

Union by First Intention. On the Best Means 



T 



of Promoting . (Lee.) Southern Med. lice., 

June, and Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., May. 

Unison-Resonance In Auscultation. (Holden.) 

N. Y. Med. liec, April2S. 
Urtemia. (Buckham.) Canada Lancet, May. 

Urea. On a New and Simple Method for the 
luantitativo Estimation of — . (Fowler.) 

r. Med. Jour., June. 
And Its Easy Estimation. (McKew.) Md. 
Med. Jour., Dec. 

Uretlira. Obstructions of the . (Thayer.) 

Am. Vet. Rev., Oct. 

Uretliritls. Case of from Constricted Mea- 
tus. (Westmoreland.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Feb. 

Uretlu'otomy, Internal and External, witli Illus- 
trative Cases. (Ford.) St. Louis Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Sept., Oct., and Nov. 

Urinary Organs. The Relation of the to 

Puerperal Disease. (Chamberlain.) Atn. Jour. 
Obs., April. 

Urine. Subinvolution of the . (Brown.) 

R. and L, Med. Jour., June. 

— Ca.Ho of Retention of . (Doane.) Med. 

Brief, Dec. 

— The Treatment of Retention of . (John- 
son.) Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Uterine Application. New . (Turner.) 

A'. Y. Med. .four., Aug. 
—Contractions. Remarks on the Best Methods 

of promoting Post-Partum . (Fundenbei'g.) 

Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., July 28. 

— Diseases. Rem'^te and Reflex Symptoms 
Dependent on . (Beckwith.) Hahneman- 
nian Monthli/, Aug. 

— Displacements. And their Treatment. 
(Arndt.) Cin. Med. Advance (H.), Sept. 

— (Cook. Cin. Med. Advance (E.), Dec. 

— (Malcolm.) Am. Homeo., Dec. 

-~ Fibroid. Disappearance of a Under the 

Use of Ergot. (Anderson.) Am. Jour. Obs,, 
Jul)/. 

— Food as a Medicine in Cases of . (Cutter.) 

Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

— Cystoma. Case of . (Staples.) Chicago 

Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

— Polypus, Removal of . (Blggar.) Ohio 

Med. and Sur. Rep. (E.), Jan. 

— Fibroids. (Bennett.) jV. E. Med. Gazette (E.), 
Sept. 

— Report oil the Treatraeut of Solid by 

Electrolysis, by Drs. Gilmau Kimball, of Low- 
ell, and Ephriam Cutter, of Boston. (Thomas.) 
Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. 

Uterinoscopy. (White.) Phila. Med. and Sur. 

Rep., Sept. 29. 
Uterus. Case of Single with Double Vagina. 

(Burt.) iV. r. Med. Jour., Feb. 

— Specimen of a the Cervix of which was 

Amputated by the (Jalvuuo Cautery. (Byrne.) 
Am. Jour. 0'>s., April. 

— Note on a Specimou of a Recently Delivered 

with Adherent Placenta. (Chadwick.) 

,1 m. Jour. Obs., July. 

— Cases of Double and Vagina. (Chadwick.) 

Boston Med. find Sur. .four., Dec. 20. 

— Loss of the Natural Firmness of tlie Multipa- 
rous . (Davy.) The Clinic, Dec. ». 

— Retroversion of tl^ . (Corson.) Canada 

Jour. Med. Science, ^pril. 

— Retroversion and Impaction of the Gravid 

, Complicated with Cancer, etc. (Funden- 

berg.) Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

— A Recent Treatment for Irreducible Reflexion 

of the . (Goelet.) Southern Med. live, 

March. 

— Some Methods of Application to the for 

Chronic Diseases. (Lento.) N. Y, Med. Rcc, 
Dec. 2'J. 

— N(!W Operation for tlio Removal of the 

with its Peritcmeal Envelope tlirough the Viv 
glna for Carcinoma. (Noeggorath.) Am. Jour 
Obs., Jan. 



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— Speoimen of a . (Noeggerath.) Am. Jour. 

Oos., April. 

— Case of Aoute Complete luvorslou of the . 

(Reeve.) Am. Pracl., Aug. 

— Spontaneous Reduction of . (Stephens.) 

Am. Sup. Obs. .four. Oreat Jirilain and Ire- 
land, July. 

— A Woman Without or Appendages. (Cun- 
ningham.) Va. Med. Monthly, Feb. 

— Oviu-ies and Taelua. Complete Absence of 
. (Thomas.) The Clinic, Dec. 22. 

— Absence of the with u Previous History 

of Chronic Inversion, Mistaken for Polypus, 
and Removed by Ligature. (Whitehouse.) 
Am. ,iour. Med. Scienres, Jan. 

— Becornis. With a Partial Vaginal Septum. 
(Maun.) Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

Urals. The Funot Ion of the and the Promi- 
nence Formed by the Azygos Uviilo) Muscles. 
(Rumbold.) li. and L. Med. Jour., Dec. 

Vaccination. Concerning ; u Reviewer Re- 
viewed. (Davis.) Ohio Med. Recorder, July. 

— Variola . (CJrlflath.) The Sanitarian, 

Sept. 

— Death Following . (Hawes.) JV. T. Med. 

Rec, Dec. 22. 

— Few Words on " Unfortunate Results of " 

(Martin.) Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. i. 

— Animal . (Martin.) Canada Lancet, 

June. 

— Concerning . (Senseney.) Ohio Med. Re- 
corder, Sept. 

— During the Period of Incubation of Small Pox. 
(Welch.) Phil. Med. Times, Feb. 17. 

— On . With Bovine Virus. (Muhlenburg.) 

Pfdla. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 6. 

— Report of 266 Cases of with QrlflSn's Bo- 
vine Virus. (Shurly.) Detroit Med. Jour., Oct. 

Vaccine liymph. . Jennerian, or Bovine : 

Which f (Agai-d.) Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Oct. 

— Virus. Human »«. Animal . (Davis.) Ohio 

Med. Recorder, Oct. 

— Animal vs. Unman . (Senseney.) Ohio 

Med. Recorder, May. 

Vagina. Case of Double and Uterus, 

with Congenital Atresia, of one of the Vaginal 
Divisions or Channels. (Sullivan.) Boston 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 20. 

— ra.se of Double with Single Uterus. 

(Watts.) Am. Jour. Obs., April. 

Vacinal Examinations. Is it Necessary to 

Make 1 (ICaton.) Cin. Med. Advance (H.), 

Dec. 

— Orifice. The Normal Anatomy of the Vulvo- 

. (Hyatt.) Am. Jour. Obs., April, and 

Oct. 

Vagrlnlsmus. (Campbell.) Canada Med. Rec, 
Feb. 

— Case of . Traced to Spasmodic Turges- 

oence of the Clitoris. (Chadwick.) Am. Pracl., 
,ruly. 

— Ontho Nature and Exciting Causes of . 

(Foster.) Am. Med. Bi-Weekly, ^'ov 10. 

— Clinical Remarks on . (Thomus.) Arch. 

Clin. Sur.. Oct. 15. 

Valedictory. (Wood.) 

Varicella. Remarks 
Am. Pract., June. 

Varicocele. Its Rational Cure . (Copcluud. > 

Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., March 29. 

— (Dawson.) Tlie Clinic, April 7. 

— In the Female. (Dwight.) Boston Med 
Sur. Jour., Feb. 15. 

— A Sample Operation for . (TlflFauy. i 

ArcA. Chn. Sur., March. 

Varicose Veins. Treatment of t)y thoily- 

Fodermio Injection of Hal of Persulphate of 
ron. (Wood.) Detroit Med. Jour., Dec. 

Varieties. (Landerer.; Am. Jour. Phar., July. 

— Student Life In Oermauy. (Powc) Am. 
/•MT. Phar., Jan. 



Canada Med. Rec., May. 
-. (Yaudell, Jr.) 



Oil 



Ulltt 



Variola. On the Eotrotio Treatment of . 

(Cowley.) Hahnemannian Monthly, Dee. 

— Reply to Strictures of Dr. Haldeman. (Hil- 
dreth.) Cin. Lancet and Obs., Oct. 

— Importance of the Swelling of theExtremlties 

in the Course of . (Kobeir.) Med. Brief, 

Sept. 

— The Treatment of . (Rademaker.) Louii- 

villeMed. News, Feb. 24, 

— Remarks on . (Yandell, Jr.) Am. Pract., 

June. 

— Purpera. (Trembly.) Pacific Med. and Sur. 
.lour., Jan. 

Vaseline. Some of the Uses of and Salicylic 

Acid in Obstetrics. (Dubois.) N. T. Med. Rec, 
March 31. 

— And Salicylic Acid in Medicine. (Dubois.) 
N. T. Med. Rec, Api-il 21. 

— (Fredigke.) Phy. and Phar., Aug. 
Venereal. Lecture on and Skin Diseases. 

(Hoyne.) U. S. Med. Investigator (H.), June 
15. 

— Diseases. Recent Progress in the Treatment 

of . (Van Harllngeu.) Phila. Med. Times, 

Feb. 17. 

— Lesions. The Difficulties of Diagnosis and 

Prognosis in Certain . (Hardaway.) St. 

Louis Clin. Rec, Aug. 

— Sores. Clinical Lecture on the Treatment of 

Primary . (Paschkls.) Pfdla. Med. Times, 

March 17. 

— Warts. On the Question of the Contagious- 
ness of . ((nmtz.) Arch. Dermatol., 

Oct. 

Venous Circulation. (Glenn.) Med. Brief, 
July. 

— Congestion. As a Pathological (Condition, 
and Blood Letting in Relation Thereto. (Hamil- 
ton.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Aprii 21. 

Ventilation. On Forced . (Legler.) Toledo 

Med. and Sur. Jour.,Jxdy. 

— Brief Desrrlptlon of Forced In the Penn- 
sylvania Hospital. (Morton.) Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, April. 

— Forced . (Tyler.) Pacific Med. and Sur. 

Jour., July. 

— (Van Norman.) Hahnemannian Monthly, 
A ug. 

Veratrum Vlrlde. The Hypodermic Use of the 

Tincture in Puerperal Kclarapsia. (Griggs.) 

Atluvla Med. and^ Sur. Jour., Jan. 

— (Rademaker.) Southern Med. Rec., April. 

Verified SymptomH. Some . (Moore.) U. 

S. ited. Investigator (II.), Oct. 1. 

VernicflB. Case of (Warts) upon the Glans- 

Peuls. fDoane.) Med. Brief, March. 

Veterinary Kduoation. (Dmican.) Am. Vet. 
Rec, July. 

— (McEachran.) Am. Vet. Rec, April. 

— (.Stalker.) Am. Vet Rev., July. 

— Homeopathy. (Ililler.) Borneo. Times, Oct. 

— Medicine. History and Progress of in 

th(! United States. (Liautard.) Am. Vet. Rev., 
Jan. 

— KegnlatiouH. RuHsian Government's . 

(McEachrau.) Aw. Vet. Rev., July. 

VllHimiim. (Hale.) A^. E. Med. Qazttle (H.), 
Feb. 

— [II Dysmenorrho'a. (King.) Uahuemannian 
MonlnJi/, Sept. 

— Fruiiitbluin. Clinical ObsorvatiouN on . 

(James.) Huhnemannian Monthly, May. 

Vicarious Function. A Case in Point. (Glenn.) 
3lcd. lirief, Sept. 

Viscera, f 'iisc of General TruuHi)nsition of the 

. (Kelw<'y.) Am. .Tour. Sled. Sciences, 

Oct. 

Viscum Album. (Dixon.) Am. Observer {U.), 
April. 

VitHl Forces. The ('(inservatloii and Correla- 
tion of . (Kothrock.) Phila. Med. attd Sur 

Rep., May V.K 

— Statistics, (Allen. ) The Sanitarian, June. 



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— (Boothly.) The Sanitarian, Dec. 

— Tissue. Relatiou of Heat to the . (Davy.) 

The Clinic, June 9. 

Vitalism. And Vital Medication. (Bond.) Vin. 

Lancet and Obs., Mai,. 
Vitality. Of Females. (Binkerd.) Phila. Med. 

and Sur. Hep., May 19. 

Vitiligo. Case of in an Infant. (B'arnliant.) 

Boston Med. and Stir. .Tour., June 28. 

VlvlsiHttlon. The Value of . (Martin.) J'liila. 

Med. and Sur. Rep., March 17. 

Warts. (Buckley.) Arch. DervialoL, Oct. 

Wiish-Blne and its Analysis. (Debrunncr.) Am. 
Jour. Phar., Feb. 

Washingrton. Death of (hm. . (Gerald.) 

jV. r. Jlied. Eclectic, Sept. 

Was it the Wax? (Hamilton.) Ohio Med. Re- 
corder, Dec. 

Water, On as a Tliorapeutlo Agent. (Kibbe.) 

A'cw Rem., May. 

— I'ressure in Retention of Urine. (Gibney.) 

jV. y. Med. Rec., Nov. 10. 

— Supply of Augusta. (Doughty.) Atlanta Med, 
and Sur. Jour., June. 

~ Of New York. (Eastman.) The Sanitarian, 
Feb. 

— Of Cities. (Toner.) The Sanitarian, June. 
Weather Proving, and Disease Tendency, Jan., 

Fel)., Nov., and Deo. (James.) Uahne.man- 
nian Monthly, April. 

— May, 1877. (James.) Uahnemannian 
Monthly, June. 

Web Finger. Treatment of . (Harris.) .Y.V. 

iled. Rec, July 14. 

Weights. Fluid in Prescriptions. (Taylor.) 

Vhila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 24. 

— And Measures. (GalUard.) Am. Jour. Fhar., 
May. 

Wet Blauliet Pack in Dysmenorrhoea, Neural- 
^'la.etc. (Washington.) Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur., April, and Southeni Med. Rec, July. 

— Nurse. Choiceofa . (Turnei'.) Am. Med. 

lii- Weekly, March '.i. 

Was it a Case of Puiictiu-e ? (France/.) Med. 
Brief, July. 

Was .She Poisoned? (Fnizer.) Med. I'.rief, 
Oct. 

What Causes Sleep? (Preyer.) North A)ti. 
Jour. Borneo., Feb. 

WhatElseisitBut ViUaiuy? (Liautard.) Am. 
Vet. Rev., July. 

Wlmt Shall We Call It? (Barnes.) Am. Ob- 
server (U.), April. 

Wliat Was Her Disease? (Carpender.) Med. 
Brief, Sept. 

What Was It? (Courtney.) Louisville Med. 
News, JulyH. 

•Wheat Phosphates. (Polk.) Med. Brief, Nov. 

White Lead. Analysis of Twenty Samples of 
. (Hallock.) Sew Rem., Oct. 



Whooping Cough. Treatment of 
.V. r. Med. Rec, March 17. 



(Spear.) 



Wllkie. Autopsy of 
(Dimon.) Am. Jour. 



the Body of J. W. — -. 
Med. Scietices, Jan. 

Wintering at t ho Sea-.side. (Bird.) Phihi.Med. 
and Sur. Ucp., April IH. 

Woman's Uospital Controversy, luttrview 

with Dr. Marion Sims iu Kehitioii to the . 

(Hazard.) .S7. Loxiis Clin. Rec, Sept. 

Worm. Acrount of a Removed by a Native 

Wonnui from Beneath the Conjunctiva of the 
Eye-liiill of a Negress, at Gaboon, Went Afnca. 
(Morton.) Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, July. 

Worms. Coucoruing . (Arnold.) Louisville 

Med. News, Sept. 29. 

-- On the Tenacity of Life of Taiw , and Their 

Larval Forms fu Man and Animals. (I'erron- 
cltu) Boston Mtd. and Sur. Jour., Mept. i;j. 



— Absence of Certain Intestinal in Texas. 

(Strain.) Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Ajiril 14. 

Woorara in Rabies. (Watson.) 4ni.JoMr.Jfcd. 
Sciences, April. 

Wound. Gunshot of the Liver, Compli- 
cated with Lesion of the Gall Bladder. (Hol- 
den.) Homeo. Times, May. 

— Death from Gunshot after an Interval of 

Fourteen Year.t. (Keeler.) Med. Netrs and 
Library, Sept. 

— Surgical Clinic— Case of Penetrating Qunsliot 

of Abdomen, followed l)y Occlusion of 

Femoral Artery and Gangrene of Right Leg; 
Amputation; Recovery. (Toland.) Weslrrn 
Lancet, Oct. 

— Fistolshot of the Brain. (Dan-.) Am. 

Med, Bi-weekly, Aug. 18. 

— Incised of Knee and Division of Biceps. 

(Wall.) Buffalo Med. and Sur. Joar., Nov. 

— Lacerated" of the Elbow- Joint Treated 

Successfully by Lister's Method. (Meara.) 
Arch. Clin. Sur., Jan. 

— Lacerated of the Forearm, etc. (Owens.) 

Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Dec 

— Case of Penetrating of the Skull. (Pirtle.) 

<S7. Louis Clin. Rec, April. 

— Of the Femoral Artery by a Pistol Bullet; 
Ligation; Death Thirty-one Honi-s after. 
(Zimmerman.) Canadian Jour. Med. Science, 
Sept. 

Wounds. Open Treatment of . (Dubois.) 

N. r. Med. Rec, March a. 

— On tho Antiseptic Treatment of . (Weir.) 

N. T. Med. Jour., Dee. 

— Of the Heart. (Yemans.) Detroit Med. Jour,, 
July. 

— Conservatism iu the Treatment of Gunshot 

oftheKne^. (Chandler.) Louisville Med. 

Neies, April 7. 

— Pistol of the Belly, and Probably of the 

Kidney; Recovery. (Hamilton.) Phy. and 
Phar., Aug. 

— Scalp . (Simmons.) Md. Med. Jour., Oct. 

Writer's Cramp. Its Symptoms and Treat- 
ment. (Beard.) Phila. Med. Times, Jan. 'iM. 

Wyethla Helenolds. Proving . (Selfridge.) 

U. S. Med. Investigator (IL), Oct. 1. 

Wylde - Kichardson Proposal. The . 

(Pope.) Uahnemannian Monthly, Oct. 

Xanthoxylum. (Frantz.) Uahnemannian 
Monthly, March. 

— Fraxiueum. Failure with in Amenor- 
rhea. (Whitman.) 17. S. Med. Investigator 
(U.),Mayl. 

Verba Santa. (Gabell.) Southern Med. Rec, 
July. 

Zinc. On Some Remedial Applications of Sul- 
phate of . (McElroy.) Cin. Med. News. 

Jan. 

— Ointment of Oxide of . (Ruan.) Am. 

.four. Phar., May. 



North Am. Jour. Uomeo., 
. (.Miller.) 



Zincum. (Gerstel.) 
A ug. 

— Metallicum. Synopuis of 
North Am. .four. Uomeo., Nor 

Zoster Frontalis Ti*aumatlcus. (^ase of . 

(Kinnicutt.) Arch. Dermatol., .fan. 

Zymosis. The Germ Theory of . (Wliittn- 

kcr.) The Clinic, Aug. ari. 

Zymotic Disease. The Arrest of ; Variola ; 

Vaccination. (Griffith.) The Sanitarian, Sept. 

— The (Control of by Prophylatic Treatment. 

(Hunt.) N. r. Med. Rec, Dec «. 

— Tho Arrest of , Small Pox, Scarlet Fever, 

Diphtheria, Measles, Typhoid Fever, Diarrlue- 
al Diseases. (Janeway.) Tfie Sanitarian, 
Sept. 

— (L;iw.) Am. Vet. Rev., .fan. 

— (Wedclington.) Cin. Lauretand Obs., Pec. 

— The Arrest ol' — •; Hunltary Inspection of 
Schools. (Wey.) The Sanitarian, Sept. 

— In New York. (Bailey.) The Sanitarian, Oct. 

— In New York. (Stoddard.) The Saniiuriun, 
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AikeiiH, . Coinpouud Fructure of the Hii- 

iTH'i'iiH and Oh Calcis. Canadian Jour. Med. 
Science, Dec. 

Alexander, J. D. Sulphate C.'inchoiiiditi iu 
Neuralgia, with General Debility and an Ante- 
mic Condition of the System. Med. Brief, July. 

Alt, Adolpli. The Principal Methods of Ex- 
amining the Naso-Pharyngeal Cavities and their 
Most Frequent Diseases. Canadian Jour. Med. 
Hcience, Nov. 

AnonirinouH. Intermediate vs. Mcdhuil Ma- 
(riculatfon. Canadian Jour. Med. Science, Dec. 

Armstrong't I^. C. Hydatids, Complicating 
Premature Delivery. Med. Brief, Sept. 

Itackiis, C. W. ErysiiKslas. Med. Brief, 
June. 

Bartholow, Roberts. A Contribution to the 
study of Animal Temperature. The Clinic, Feb. 
10. 

Beach, G.l>. Dangers of Vaginal Injections. 
Med. Brief, Oct. 

Billings, T. 8. Septic Ducompusitiou of the 
Blood. Am. Vei. Rev., Sept. The Castration of 
Cows. Am. Vet. Rev., Dec. 

Black, Charles. Death from Occlusion and 
Uiipture of the Subclavian Vein. Canada- Lan- 
cet, Sept. 

Itrown, Spencer H. Eyesight Restored by 
Fiiradiiation after being Totally IJIind for 28 
Years. Med. Brief, A'or. 

CannifT, VTilliam. Antiseptic. Surgery. 
mnli III .four. Med. Science, Jan. 

<'arpenter, CJeorne W. What Wiis her 
caHc ( Med. Brief, Sept. 

('liiif, J. 1). Phlcgmatia .VIbii Doh'UH. Can- 
uda Med. and Siir. Jour., Sept. 

Coleman, 'William C. Puncture of the Blad- 
der. Mtd. Brief, Sept. 

Curapt^iii, J. W. Diinger.sto Human Life and 
Hciilth from th(! Admiuistration of Indigestible 
Medicines. Med. Brief, .Tunc. 

Corson, William C. Uotrovor.sion of tlic Ute- 
rus. Ciinadian .lour. Med. Scienceii, .[pril. 

Cron, H. H. Notes on Cystine. Canadian 
Jour. Med. Sciences-, Oct. 

DawHon, W. W. Surgical Clinic. The Clinic, 
Fell. 10. 

nnwey,<;. .v. Two Rules iu Typhoid. .Med. 
Brief, Oct. 

Doane, liuigi G. Case of Tinea Cii'cinatus 
(Ringworm'* Scald Head. Med. Brief, Jan. An 
In (cresting Case of Bronchitis and Diphtheria. 
Med. Brief, ,Tan. Coniunctivitis. Med. Brief, 
Feb. Inflammatory Joints with (Edema. Mrd. 
B"'ef, Feb. CiiNe of Vt.'rruciv (Wart><) upon the 
Olans-Penis. Med. Brief, March. Erysipelas; 
a Case in Point. Med. Brief, April. Case of 



Ca- 



DiH- 



Gononhu>a Complicated with Epididymitis, or 
Swelled Testicle. Med. Brief, May. An Obstet- 
rical Case with Insuflacleut Labor Pains and 
Msilposition of the Umbilical Cord. Med. Brief. 
June. Case of Rheumatic Arthritis. Med. Brief, 
Aug. Case of MenoiThagla. Med. Brief, Oct. 
Case of Retention of Urine. Med. Brief, Dec. 

Don Roy, . Croup. Med. Brief, Jan. 

Duckwortli, Dyce. On the Modern Neglect 
of Calomel in Certain Disorders. Med. Brief, 
Aug. 

Duncan, J. T. Veterinary Edncatiou. Am. 
Vet. Ret., July. 

Elder, S. Constipation and its Treatment by 
Enomata. Med. Brief, March. 

Fawcett, J. D. Vinegar iu Opium Poisoning. 
Med. Brief, Sept. 

Dysentery. .Med. Brief, 
Oelisemium. Med. Brief, 



Fentress, T. J. 

March. Tincture 
Sept. 
Feiiwick, O. K> 

Med. and Sur. Jour 



Canada 



Hospital Reports. 
, Sept. 

Kite, C. C. Hypodermic Injection of Ammo- 
nia in a Case of Opium I'oisoning. Mtd. Brief, 
Sept. 

Fogel, li. J. Diphtheria. Med. Brief, June. 

Frances, J. r. Was it a (!ase of Puncture! 
Med. Brief, July. 

Frazer, Oeorge. Was She Poisoned ? Med. 
Brief, Oct. 

Glenn, Frank. Vicarious Function; a Case 
in Point. Med. Brief. Sept. Reply •') Dr. D, 
Newcomt^r. Med. Brief, Oct. 

Glenn, W. F. Venous Circulaliou. Med. 
Brief, July. An Interesting Case. Med. Brie/, 
Aug. 

Goss, I. J.M. Medical Uses of Cereus Bon- 
plandii. Med. Brief, Jan. Lycopus-VirginicUM, 
Bugle Weed. Med. Brief, March. Dioscoria 
Viliosa, Wild Yam. Med. Brief, May. Medical 
Uses of Cereus Orandiflorus and Cereus Bon 
plandii of Mexico and Central America. Med. 
Brief, ,lune. Diabetes; Its Cure. Med. Brief, 
Aug. (fcntiana Quinouettora, Five-Flowered 
Gentian. Med. Brief, Aug. Cereus Bonplandii 
aiul Cereus Granditlorus. Med. Brief, Sept. 
Trillium Pendulum, Beth Root. Med. Brief, 
Oct. Penthonim Sedoides. Med. Brief, Xoc. 

Graham, J. E. Case of Vesical Calculus- 
Canadian Jour. ^led. Scietice, Sept. (,'linical 
Lectureon Sycosis. Canadian. Tour. Med. Science, 
Dec. Diab(!tes Mellitus : Otitis Pyasmia. Cana- 
dian .Tour. Med. Science, Dec. 

Griilln, Tlieo. Grindelia-Robusta and Yerba- 
Santa in Asthma and Branchial Irritation. Med. 
Brief, .1 III/. 

Hammond, J. F. Erysipelas. Med. Brief, 
.May. 






\4 • 



Holeombe, A. A. Use of Stimulants in Dis- 
ease. Am. Vet. Kev.,Jan. Effects of (old. Am. 
Vet. Rev., April. Periostitis. Am. Yfl. Her., 
Aug. 

Howard, Heury. TlicLate Hiots in Montreal 
Viewed from ii PsycUolocical Standpoint. Cana- 
da Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Hull, H. C. Puncture of Bladder followed by 
Death. Med. Brief, Xor. 

Ingraham, .S. TV. The Treatment of Diph- 
theria. Med. Brief, Fib. 

Johnson, Samuel P. Chloral Hydrate in In- 
fantile Convulsions. • Med. Brief, Oct. 

Keator,B. D. lodofonu in Bowel Complaint ; 
a Case Reported. J/crf. Brief, Dee. 

Kobelr, H. Importanct! of the Swelling of the 
Extremities in the Course of Variola. Med. 
Brief, Sept. 

Ijarge, A. Endemic of Cercbro-Spinal Menin- 
gitis. A7n. Vet. Bev., April. 1. Insulation; Snn- 
Htroke; Thermal Fever. 2. Change of Scene for 
Convalescing Equine Patients. 3. Salicylic 
Acid. 4. Cercbro-Spinal Meningitis with Hiema- 
turin. '). Antagonism of Belladonna and Opium. 
Am. Vet. Rev., July. 



Law, James. 

Bev., Jan. 



ZjTnotic Diseases. Am. Vet. 



Leitner, C. H. How to Introduce the Cathe- 
ter in Obstructed Urethra. Med. Brief, Atig. 

Liautard, A. History aud Progress of Veteri- 
nary Medicine in the United States. Avi. Vet. 
Ber.,Jan. What Else is it but Villainy? Am. 



Anatomy of llcgions. .flwi. Vet. 
Hysterical AmauroHis. iled. 
Hearu. Cinchonidia. Med. 



Vet,Rev.,.Tulu. 

Jt'er., .1 tiy. 

I.yuch, I>. V. 

Brief, July. 
AlathcwHon, J. 

Brief, Oct. 

McKaohran, D. Vet* rinaiy Education. Aui. 
Vet. Rev., April. Russian Government's Veteri- 
nary Regulations. Am. Vet. Rev., July. Bone 
Spavin. Am. Vet. Rev., Oct. 

McEachrau, J. On Sanitary Measures. Am 
Vet. Rev., Jitn. 

Medberry, J. N. Diphtheria. Med. Brief, 
July. 

Mink, E. Pyogenic Cellulitis. Am. Vet. Rer., 
June. Two Cases of Urethral Calculus; Ure- 
throtomy. Am. Vet. Rev., Oct. 

Monette, George N. Chloral Hydrate in In- 
fantile Convulsions. Med. Brief, Sept. Prepa- 
rations of Sccalo Cornntum ; Their Therapeuti- 
cal Efficacy in Many Diseases. Med. Brief, Nov. 

Myers, John. Osteo Porosis. Am. Vet. Rev., 
May. Texas Fever. Am. Vet. Rev., Nov. 

Myers, Jr., John. Enterotomy. Am. Vet. 
Rev., May. 

Newton, O. E. Morphia, Hypodenulcally 
Used as a Relaxant. Med. Brief, Dec. 

Osier, William. Harvard School ol' 
icinc. Cavudian Jour. Med. Science, 
Pathological Report; General Hospital, 
treal. Canad. Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Pattee, A. F. Orindclia Robusta in Asthma 
and Whooping Cough. Med. Brief, Xoe. 



Med- 
A ng. 
Mon- 



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CLASSIFIED BY AUTHORS. 



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Abbot, S. L. Albmainuria at tlie Seventh 
Mouth of Prepnaiicy, etc. Boston Med. and Sut: 
Jour., Sept. 20. II().Hiiltal Cases. Boston Med. 
and Hur. Jour., Dec. 20. 

Adams, Charles. Siirglcnl Clinic. Am.IIomeo., 
•Till!/, Oct., Dec. On the Choiro and Use of a 
MicTORcopo In Pi'iu'tical Medicine. 77. S. Med. 
Inveslij/alor (H.). Feb. 1. 

Adarns, J. C. Perityplilitis ; Oj)eration on the 
Eleventh Day. ,V. r. Jlled. Kec, March 24. 

Adams, J. Q. " Sanitary Rejorulations" of Put- 

,-.N. y. - - ■■ ■ 



nam County^- _ 
Adams, Win. A. 



The Sanilannn, Oct. 
The Use of Bromide of Po- 



taRRiuni Ilypoderinlcally. Atlanta Med. and Stir. 
Jour., Sept. 

Adler, Albert. \ Ciwn of MicrocephaluH. Pa- 
rifle Med. and Siir. Jour., Xov. 

'Adolphus, Joseph. Praf^tical Observations 
on iJisloeatiouH of tlie .Shoulder. St. Louis Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Feb. Gelseniiuui. Southern 
Med. Ree., Aug. Belladonna. Am. Med. Jour. 
(E.), Nov. 

Af^ard, A. n. Vaccine Lymph; Jennerian, or 
Bovine; which? Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Oct. 

Agnew, Cornelius B. Near-sightedness in 
the Public Schools. X. T. Med. Rec.,.Tan. 20. 

Ahrouheiiii, . Pathology and Therapy 

of Malum Potii. North Am. Jour. Borneo., Feb. 

Aiken, C. I>. Scarlatina and Diphtheria, in 
Downievillc. Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

AUlerson, F. H.' Report of a (Jase of Placenta 
Pr.-evia; Recovery. Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. 
fU.), March. 

Alexander, K. M. Muriated Tincture of Iron 
as an Antiseptic in Erysipelas. Louisville Med. 
News, May R. 

Alexandria, J. R. Hernia ; tlie Autlutrs who 
Wrote on it and its Treatment Prior to the 18th 
Century. Canada Lancet, Oct. 

AU'ord, A. S. Rapid T'covery of u Case of 
Cerebro-splnal Fever. T Med. Monthly,, Time. 

Allbutt, Clifford. On Internal Diseases of the 
Skin. Arch. Dermatol., Oct. 

Allison, Robert H. Sonui Ca.ncs of Syphilitic 
Chiu'ea. Am. Jour. Med. Scicnrts, ,Tuly. 

Allen, B. B. Pancreatomy. Am. Med. Bi- 
M'erldy, Feb. 3. 

Allen, Harrison. On Comparative Anatomy. 
Phila.Mcd.and Sur. I{rp.,April1H. The Localiza- 
tion of Diseased Action in the (Esophagus. Phila. 
Med. Times, Oct. l.'i. 

Allen, Nathan. Vital Statistics. The Sanita- 
rian , June. 

Allen, 8. J. New Method of Reduction of 
Dislocation of the Hip. Ohio Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Oct. 

Allen, T. F. Chlmapliila Umbillata and Ma- 
eulata. Am. Observer (IT.), Jan. Clinical Symp- 
toms of Lycopodium. North Am. Jour. Ilomco., 
Auf/. Abies Nigra. Jlahnemannian Monthly, 
Oct. 

Allen, Win. A. The Treatment of Diphtheria. 
IToineo. Tiiiics, Oct. 

Allis, Oscar H. A Brief Account of the Me- 
chanism of the Hip-Joint; witli Diagnostic 
Points upon Dislocation and Fracture of the 
Neck of the Femur. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
April 7. Strangulated Hernia.. Phila. Mcil. 
Times, July 7. The Early Operation for Strangn 
lated Hernia. Phila. Med. Times, July 21. 



Alloway, T. Johnson. On the Arylication 
of Fumius Nitric Acid to the Intcilbr of the 
Uterus. Canada Med. Rcc., April. 

Allport, Frank. The Corn Sweat. Chicaijo 
Med. Jour. and. Ex., Feb. The Application of the 
Corn Sweat in Disease. Chicago Med. Jour, and 
Ex., Sept. 

Alt, Ad. Clinical Report of 3,873 Eye Patients 
Trciited at the New York Ophthalmic and Aural 
Institute During the Year 1876. Arch. Ophlhal. 
and OloL, Vol, VI.,])afjellO. Contributions to the 
Pathological Anatomy of the Human Eye; with 
Plates. Arch. Ophlhal. and OtoL, Vol. VI.., page 
304. A Case of Endothelioma of the Inter-Vag- 
Inal Space of the Optic Nerve; Removal, with 
Attempt to Preserve the Eye-ball ; Subsequent 
Enucleation on Account of Uncontrollable Hem- 
orrhage. Arch. Ophlhal. and OloL, Vol. VI., page 
3C7. Contributions to the Pathological Auatoiuy 
of the Eye. Arch. Ophlhal. and OtoL, VoL VI., 
page 345. A Case of Cleft Palate, with Acquired 
Deaf-Mutism ; Stnphyloraphy ; Recovery. Arch. 
Ophlhal. and OloL, Vol. VI., page 6G9. A Few 
Words on the Pur)ile of the Retina. JV. T. Med. 
Rcc, Attg. 4. On Strabismus and its Operation. 
Canada Lancet, Oct. 

Amlck, W. B. Ophthalmio-Neonatorimi. 
Cin. Lancet and Obs., .Tan. Convergent Strabis- 
mus. Cin. Lancet and Obs., Feb. Foreign Bodies 
in the Ear. Cin. Lancet and Obs., April. Deaf- 
ness, or Impaired H(!aring. Cin. Lancet and Obs., 
Sept. Rupture of the Choroid. Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., Nov. Con,junctivitis. Cin. Med. News, Jan. 
Ophthalmla-Neonatorum. Cin. Med. Neu's, Feb. 
Inflammation of the Lachrymal Sao. Cin. Med. 
News, March. DilTerential Diagnosis Between 
Opacities of the Cornea and Cataract. Cin. Med. 
News, May. Ulceration of the Cornea and Iritis. 
Cin. Med. News, July. Acute Catarrh of the 
Middle Ear. Cin. Med. News, Sept. Keratitis. 
Cin. Med. News, OcL Keratitis and Iritis. Cin. 
Med. News, Nov. A Case of Iritis. Toledo Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Amick, M. I.. Valedictory Address to the 
Graduating Class of the Cincinnati College of 
Medicine and Surgery, June 2l8t, 1877. Cin. Meii . 
News, Aug. 

Ainory, Bobert. Recent Progress in Tlicrii- 
peutics. Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., March V>. 
Recent Progress in Therapeutics. Boston, Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Sept. 20. 

Ander.son, Charles. Chloroform Deaths in 
Cincinnati and Vicinity. The Clinic, March ;U. 

Anderson, Jerome A. DisappeariUK^e of ii 
Uterine Fibroid Under the Use of Ergot. Am. 
.Tour. Obs., .Tilly. Embolism of tlio Poplitojil 
from Varucose Vegetation of the Aortic Valves. 
.\'. r. Med. Jour., \ov. 

Anderson, I>. II. Constipation. Southern 
Med. Ticc, May. 

Anderson, B. B. Broncho-Pneumonitis. At- 
lanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Anderson. W. F. A Case of Ovariotomy by 
the Antiseptic Method. .V. V. Ifed. Rcc, .( line'.). 

Andrews, Fdmnnd. On the Simplilicatiou of 
th(! Orthopedic Apparatus. ^Irt7i. Clin. Sur., 
April. Mortality of Surgical Operations in the 
Upper Lake States, Compared with that of Other 
Regions. Chirnf/o Med. Jour, and F.r.. .Tun. 
The Plaster of Paris Jacket iuHpinal Diseases. 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Dec. 



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INDEX T() ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



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Andrews, Geo. L. AppliontiouH to EuHtaeb- 
ian Tubp. A^. r. Med. Rev., Sept. 1 , 

Anonymous, The lufluciice of Mental Iin- 
prortsioiis of tbc Motlior upou the Fu'tiis. Va. 
Med. Monlhly, May. Tlie Metric System. Tlie 
Huhauias as "a Health Kesort. Xew lieiii., Feb. 
Soda Water Apparatus. AVtr Item., Jiiiie. Mi- 
Miatoi^y Doctors. Pacific Med. and fmr. Joitr., 
A<7>/. Reputation; How" Obtained. Biiffato Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Oct. MedicalJiidgment ; What 
isltl Can it bo Cultivated 1 Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., March. Excision of the Head of the Hu- 
merus. Cin. Med. Aews, April. The Duty of the 
Doctorto the Dying. Southern Med. Rec, Dec. 
Treatment of the Drowned. Ohio Med. Recorder, 
Sept. Preparation of Medicinal Pearls. Am. Jour. 
Fhar., Feb. Cardamon Cultivation In Mysore. 
Am. Jour. Fhar., Dec. Aromatic Syrup of Ll- 
((iiorice. Am. Jour. Fhar. Dec. CallNthenics. 
The Sanitarian, Jan. School Room Crowding; 
Brown's Dream. The Sanitarian, March. Sani- 
tary Knowledge of School Children ; Seed in 
Good Ground. The Sanitarian, June. More 
About Garden City as a City of Health. The 
Sanitarian, June. Max Josef V. Pettenkofer. 
The Sanitarian, Aug. Street Pavements. The 
Sanitarian, Sept. School Luncheons. The San- 
itarian, Oct. Civil Malpractice and Surgical 
Jurisprudence. Tht Sanitarian, Kov. House 
Drainage. The Sanitarian, Nov. The London 
Hospitals. Canada Lancet, Jan. The Quebec 
Medical Bill. Canada Lancet, March. Double 
Undergraduateship and Double Graduation. 
Canoda Lancet, April. The Medical Profes- 
sion in Michigan. Canada Lancet, Oct. 

Angell, Henry C. A Case of Intermittent 
Spawm of the Ciliary Muscle. U. S. Med. In- 
rcgtigalnr (H.),Juhj. Myopia and its Therapeu- 
tics, r. S. Med. Inrestiyator (IL), Sept. I. I'ara- 
lysis of Accommodation. N. E. Med. Oasvtte 
(lI);Jan. 

Ansrll, A. Corouer.s and Coroners' In(iucsts. 
Am. Med. lii-n'eekbi, Jan. 'M. Todofiuiu in Ro- 
<lent Ulcers. A in. iled. Bi- W^eckhj, June n. Tu- 
mor of the Brain ; Hemiplegia. -i»/i. Med. Hi- 
Wtekli/, A itg. 18. 

Anthony, W. K. Sulplio-Carbolate of Sodium 
in Diphtheria. 7Vii7rt. Med.andSnr. Rep., Jan. ]:). 

Apppriion, John S. Report on Necrology. 
V<(. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

.tppenzcller, OuKtav A. Kxtractum Ulycyr- 
ryiza- Depuratum and .\uunoniacal Glycyrrhi- 
/.in. Am. Jour. Fhar., July. 

Armstrongs, A. Removal of Urinary Calculi. 
Canada Lancet, March. 

Armstrong, W. H. Ovariotomy. R. and L. 
Med. Jour., A iiy. 

Arndt, U.K. Coition and J''ecuudation. Cin, 
Med. AdranceiH.), July. Uterine DisplaiementH 
and their Treatment. Cin. Med. Admince {11.), 
Sept. An Open Letter to Dr. Ad. Lippe. Cin. 
Med. Adrance (H.). Oct. 

Arnold, A. B. Practical Remarks on the l)i- 
iignohisof the Eai'ly Htageof Hriglit'w Disease. 
Md. Med. Jour., May. Asthenic Pneumonia. 
J'hild. Mfd. and Sur. Hep.,Jah. '20. 

Arnold, C.l>. Concerning Worms. Lituiscille 
Mid. \etrs, Sept. '29. 

Arnold, <Uover C. Successful Traclieotomy 
lor Diphtheria. Arch. Clin. Sur., March. 

.\slie, E. F. Intrauterine Injections nl Kiirot 
lo Arrest Post-Partum Hemorrhage. Vii. Med. 
Monthly, Dec. 

Ashhurst, •John. Ostwo-Sarcoma of I-'einnr. 
I'hila. Med. Times, ,luly 1. 

.Vshhurst, Jr., •John. A Cutaneous Prolifer- 
ous (Pe)iaee«m8) Cyst. A Finn Adenoid Tumor 
(roni llif. Maminiits T?og1on. Fhila.Mcd. rimes. 
April 11. Arliiul,itin;i Mirfinc:* of Femur and 



Forceps. Fhila. 

The Care of the 

Sur. Hep., June 



Tibia from a Case of Excision of the Knee-Jolnt, 
Fhila. Med. Times, April 14. Acute Carcinoma 
of Breast. Fhila. Med. Times, July 7. 

Ashhurst, Samuel. Beach Haven, N. .T., a 
Remedy for Hay Fever. A m.Jour. Med. Sciences, 
April. 

Ashniead, H. E. Glyceritoof Kephaline. De- 
troit Med. Jour., i>cl., and St. Louis Eclectic Med. 
Jour., Nov. 

Atherton, A. B. Two teases of Tracheotomy. 
Canada Lancet, July. 

Atkinson, I. E. X Case of Unilateral Idiopa- 
thic Cutaneous Atrophy, if. and L. Med. Jour.. 
Dec. An Account of a Case of Syphilis Inherited 
through Two Generations. Arch. Dermatol., Jan. 
Early Syphilis in the Negro. Md. Med. Jour., 
Auu. TueContaglum Particles of the Eruptive 
Contagious Fevers, their Nature and Mode of 
Action. Cin. Med. Neics, Aug. 

Atkinson, Wm. B. On the 
Med. and Sur. Rep.. Marc?i3. 
Now Born. Fhila. Med. and 
16. 

Atlee, Walter F. Pelvic Adhesions in Ovari- 
otomy, Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, .Tan. A Case 
of Purulent Pelvic Effusion that Opened Sponta- 
neously into the Vagina; Ovariotomy. Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, July. 

Ayleswortli, Geo. AI, Genital Irritation as a 
Cause of Nervcnjs Disease. Canada Lancet, 
Dec. 

Ayre, James B, Itesult of the Brown-Sei|Uarrl 
Treatment in Twelve Cases of Epilepsy. Boston 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 27. 

Bsiclivler, A. W. Case of ("erebral Softening. 
Boxlitn Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 8. 

Bacon, A. 1>. A Case of Fracture and One ol 
Dislocation of the Patella. Boston Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Oct. '25. 

Bacon, Chas.O. Poisoning by A<;onite. Fhihi. 
Meil. and Sur. Rep., Feb. ;i. 

Bacou, H. W. Abortion afler Twin Preg- 
uancv . I'hila. Med. and Sur. RciK,Feb. 17. 

Baer, O. P. An Interesting ('ase. Ctn.Mrd. 
Adi'inie Ul.), Jan. Hydrophobia: Its Cause. 
Ilahiiriiiunnian Monthly, Auy. 

Biiliiison, II, T, Observations on Puerperal 
Convulsions. Va. Med. Monthly. Oct. 

Bailey, F. K. Erysipelas of the Face. Aui. 
Med. Bi'- Weekly. Sept. iX 

Bailey, J, ."*. Cases of Hypospadias, .V. 1. 
Med. Jour., April. Report ofaCase of Poison 
ing by Veratrum Viride. N. o. Med. and Sur. 
Jour!, Julif. 

Ballev, T, H. Zymotic Diseas«'s in New York; 
Maliirlal Diseases of Putnam County. The 
Saiiilarian, ttcl. 

B»iley, T. P, Doulitful Case of Diphtheria. 
Charleston Med. Jour, and Rev.. Jan. 

Bnker, Smith, .\ Study of the Literature of 
Puerperal Eclampsiii. Chicago Med. Jour, and 
E.I., .March. 
I Baker, K.F. Peri-Ut«^riue Hematocele 
luosis. .Xorlhtresteru A uualist ( W.), July. 
i Baker, T. Roberts, < J oa Powder. Yu. 
\ Moiilhlii, April. 

\ Baldwin, I>, A. Observations on Treatmenl 
i Vty ( ompresseil .\ir. .\orth Am. .Tour. Uomc4>.. 
i j)o»/. 

I Baldwin, J. F. Tlic Metric System ni Pre- 
; scrii>tions; The Other Side. Ohio Med. Fee, Feb. 
.\ Case of Some. Medico-IiCgal Interest. Ohio 
i Med. Recorder, July. 

Balvh, O. B. Cancerof the Bladder and Pros- 
tate. Ohio Med. and Sur. .four., Aug. 

Bamford, W. A. Case of Metaatasis of Mus- 
enbir and Arthritic, Rheumatism to the Mem- 
braiics iiiid Substance of the Brain, <.;onstilu- 
tlng Meniiigo-Cercbritis. Paeijic Med. ami .S'wr. 
Jour., Sov. 



Phi 
Med. 



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CLAKSIFIED BY AUTH0U8. 



"P^ 



HaiiK'i, II. Local AnocxthfHiB. Chicago Mnl. \ 
Jnur. iiHit Ex.. Suit. j 

BniiKH, II. Two Cases of Strictiiro of tho Ure- I 
thra. Cliiiiujii .Mill. .lour. ami ••>., .Vi/r, | 

Darcliiy, Tlu»s. !S. Itupiu'tii.ii of (iiiH Stones I 
and (.)l>etriutioii of tUn IJowil. Cunmln [.unit, ,lun»\ I 

UiiriK-hi, C. «. What Hball we eull it? Am. Oh- ' 
tervrr (11). April. 

UariicN, I). L. "Tlio I'UjsioloKical Livor>." '' 
Cm. Mi'il. Ailviinrr {II), Mdi/. 

Warn«'H, <». W. Does tli.' Human H.iirovc^r turn 
Gray in a siiiglo night V Cm. <•/'-</. Ailmnicr (//). 
March. 

BariK'H, L. Physiology an relatod to Theology, i 
Ohio Mnl. Kii'l Sur. lirp. {II). Mail. The oi)ium Dis- j 
ease. Clu. Mnl. Ailrmur {II), .inn. "8i(K I'hysiol- j 
Ogy." Ciii, .Mill. Ailninir (II), Aui/. That Livery. 
On, Mnl. Aili'iiiKv (If), .Y«r. 

liarii«>tt, A K. On the, Ii.ipoi'tance of a kuowl- 
edgo of Toxicolegy. Cm. Mi'il. Ailnmrr (//), A'or. 

Puerperal ConvnlKious. .V. A,'. 
AdilrcKs. A'. A'. M'd. Uiizi'ttr 



CHiieerons Tumor in tlie Itectuiu. 



Jiiiir,, IJir. 

, Uepoi't of the Kxiieiinieutal 
ill Ten Cus> s of I'crtiirt.iis. In. 

, A Typical Case of Traiimatir 
.V )'. Mrl. .Iimr.. March. 



Barrou-s, Geo. 

Meii. (iii-.i'tli- (II). lull, 
(H), Anil. 

Barrows, H.(J. IdioHynerasy. Ei'.nlit Mnl.anil 
Sur. Jnur., h'lii. Mnsie as a Medicinal A^ent. Ec- 
lectic Mnl. mill Stir. ,ftiur.. June. • hniight.'* on Chloro- 
form. liiUrlir .Mill, iinil Sur. Jnur.. Junr. Iiniiedl- 
ments to Medical Progress. Krlnlir .Mill anil Sur. 
Jour., Aui). Some acuo\iut of American Kpidemics. 
Creosote lUH a Medicinal A}{eut. Kchvlic Med. and 
Sur. Jnur., iii-i. s<«ni;\iinarii Canadensis. Eclc<t>c 
Mfd. anil Sur. Jnur., l/ir. 

BarrowH, Ira. A Peculiar Ca»e. .V. IC. .Wfit. 

Gazellr (11), .\n.\ Comuieuts upon Jliphtheria. A'. 
£. Mnl. aaziit, (,l). Mail. 

Barry, W iit. II. Clinical Ueports— On Phyto- 
lacca I)ecanilr;i in Hcrofulu and Phthisis Pnlmonalis. 
St. Loui.i I'lin, Hn\ Juni. I'resiiU-nts address before 
the Arkansas .State Medical Assoiiation. .S7.. Limis 
Clin. Hir.. .);•'/. Amputationof thi-Pouis. St.I.uuis 
Clin. Ilir., .1. . . 

Bartlftt, W, U. Tho Causes of DiseaBc iu 
Country liniur-i. Tin- Sunilarian, Srpt. 

Barton, Cnllliig, \V. Kpistaxis. Md. Mnl, 
Jnur., liir. 

Bartliolow, Roberta. Tyhpo-Malarial Fever, 
and the npur ns of i<r. Woodward, l'. S. A., in lawj 
imic, Sept. 8. Do the Conditions of 
i'avor tipscially the Devolopiuent of 
i^es. The Clinic, .\i>i'. 'li. Clinical 
;i arlatina; 2, A Case of Sciatica; ',i, 
'\ ; i. Treatment of Ci;rtain Symptoms 
i'iiUiisis. The Clinic, llee. ]. 

\V. a. A Fatal Dose of Phytolacca. 
■ nier, Aug. 

>)it. A Visit to the Medical Associa- 
iite of Alabama. Chicai/ii Med. Jour. 



and iu luTi. 
Modern l.ii' 
Nervou.t I'l^ 
Lectures—; , 
Gastric Cat;, i 
in Cases of ' 

Battlts, 
Ohio Mnl. i: .. 

Battey, <:. 
tion of til' ^' 
and Ex., Jim 

Bauer, .lo-,. 1,. Clinical Reports — A Case of 

Snppoherl .'\ I. -cess of the MediaHtiuum, SI. Louis 
Clin. Her . ./,.,, Memorabilia. Ketro-L't. rlue Hoe- 
matocele ■ M- .Ma iitinaut Pelvic Tumor? That is the 
Question! rhii'c Eminent London (iyuoecologists 
Unauiiuoii.^ly in favor of Malignancy: Nature takes 
Exceptioi ► ^iiei saves the patient. .S7. lMui.t (Hin. 
Rec, Mar' '■ ./(/„■, Oct. The American Medical Asso- 
elatiou. .'. /.' ■(■.» Clin. Rec, July. On some Mooted 
QuestioiiH in linatlon to Articular Diseases. St. 
LouitC.iii. A'. ■.. Auy. Dr. Prince on the Constitu- 
tional Oiit.iii .1 Joint Diseanes in the Record for 
October. 1.S77. St. Louis Clin. Hec, Ami, On the 
Dre8Bin(»iii St iiiups. St. Louis Clin. Ret,, A'on. On 
the Dresi^ii.;' oi stumps. St. Jjiui.'< Clin. Rec, Dec. 

Baudii.v. 'I- rome K. Effective Insanity. iSV. 
Louis Cir,i. ic. r , an. The Case of the late Beu. De- 
Barr. Si. I.kui- .Hed. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 



lUixter, K. <). 

.S7. I.nni.i Eelrvlic Me t. 

BaylcH, <ieorK«'. 

I'se or Amyl Nitrate- 
Med. Mimtlihl. .in;;. 

Iteaeh. KuKcue. 

(ieueral Emphysema. 

Itearh, H. 11. A. £xri»ion of the I'.llxiw .Ttjint 
Showing Results frtiio a Series of Twenty-oii.. Caaes 
Operated on at the Mass. (leiieral Hospital. Hosttn 
Meil. unit Sur. Jnur.. Jan. 4. Note on the Aiitumatic 
Reduction ot Hip .loint Luxation. I'lill. .M'li. Tinux, 
Julji 'Jl. Note on tlie Automatic Ri-duetioii of Hip 
Joint Luxation. .Snut.'iern Mnl. Her., Au;/. 

Iteall, J. A. Unusual I'lirui of Abscess. ,^t. 
Lnuis Clin, lite., Mii,i/. 

Beard, <>eo. M. A New Theory of Trance uad 
its Bearings on Human Testimony. ChiiJiijii Jnur. 
yervnai and Mml'il Pis., Jnii. teases nf Nnvi 
Treated by Electrolysis. A'. )'. .Wnl. Jnur., Ihc. 
Practical Points in the Electrolytic Treatment of 
Cystic and Fibroid Tumors. .Y. 1'. Mnl. I{,c.. .March 
17. The Nature and Treatment oi ^eurasthenia 
(Nervous Exhaustion) Hysteria, etc. .Y. K. Mtd. 
lii-c, .sV/j/ . 15. The Successful Treatment of Hay 
Fever. .Y. )'. Mnl. Hee., Aui). 11. Writers Cramps, 
its Symptoms and Treatment. I'hU. Med. Timts, 
Jan. W. 

Beardsley, fieo. Ti. Treatment of Syphilitic 
T'lcors. /'/(//. .Mnl. mill Sur. Rrji., Ajinl 21. 

Ileckert, Tlie<». I'". The Relative Value of C«l. 
chicum Root. Am. Jour. I'har., .Se.i>l. 

Beckwith, K. C Caruoniania. Cin. Wed. Ad- 
ranee (H), June. Insane Asylums in C>hio. Ohio MttL^ 
and Sur. Rep. (II). \ne. Quarteu Intermittent. *. 
.V. Inre.^tinalor (II). frh. i. 

Heekwith, 1). H. Honieopatby in Northaia 
Ohio. Ohio Med. imil Sur. Rep. (II). Jan. 

Beckwith, Frank K. Laceration of the Vesti- 
bule. I>hil. Med. Times. Oct. 27. 

Beckwith, S, IJ. Remote and Reflex SymptonB 
11ei)endent on Uterine Diseases. }lahnemanni»n 
.Monthlji. .Utq. Medico— Legal Relations of Insanity. 
Cin. Med. Advance (II), Oct. 

BeektinKer, Joseph. Successful Flap-Extraa- 
tiou of a Wounded I,en8. Iridectomy and Sub««< 
ciueut Extraction of a Minute Splinter of Gold. /'•- 
eitic .Med. and Sur. Jnur., Dee. 

Bedell, S. O. Is Syphilis Amenable to Legisla- 
tion? r. .v. Med. Inee.ttiijalor (II). Dec. 1. 

Beebe, Albert H. Artificial Feeding of Infanta. 
Am. Ilonten,, Awj. 

Bebee, K. W. Local Indications iu Chronic Ca-« 
tarrhal Affections of the Uterus, etc. Am. Homtt, 
Xov. 

Beebe, C. V. Nitrate of Amyl iu Ague. Phil. 
Med. and Sur. Rep.. Se.it. 16. Sloughing of tho Intes- 
tine. Phil. Med. and Sii. Rep.. Oct. 21. Invaginatad, 
Intestine. Detroit Meil J ur., Sor. 

Iteebe, <i. D. The Surgical Remedies for Vv~ 
lapse Involving I'terus, Vagina, Bladder or Rectana. 
V, S. Med. inwstigator (11), Jan. 1. Scarlet Fever and 
Diphtheria; with some thoughts on other Forma af 
Septic Disease, V. S. Med. InceMiijalor (li), Feb. 16. 

Beech, J. H. C^ase of Poisoning by Flu. Ext. of 
Belladonna Believed by Hypodermic lujeetious af 
Morphia Sulphas. Toledo Mnl. ami Sur. Jour., April. 
Fracture of the Rim of the Acetabulum. Toledo Mtd. 
and Sur. Jowr., April. 

Bceinan, E. K. Obstinate Epistaxis Controllad 
by Compression of the Superior Coronary Artery 
and its Branches. Am.Med. Ri-Weeh-ly, July. Effort 
of Quinine upon the Gravid Uterus. Am. Med. 0i- 
Weekly, Feb. 3. Au Instance in which Quinine Orijd^ 
nated° Contraction of the Uterus. Am. Med. «(-. 
Weekly. May 12. 



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lli>lil«'l<l, W. T. ('HMO 111 Amyloid DcHi'iioriitlou 
•f I.iv«T»iii> KIiIih'Jh; witli <"»rU«ii<>r I.miiliiir Vertr. 

hrai. r/iicdf/o ,W<'('. ./"ur. otft A.V., Si/it. 

Il«<ll. A. N. Mnrliu' llyKioiio on Uimrtl I'HMouKor 
T.whkIh. rill Sitiiilitiiuii. Aiiril. TubiriuloiilK In 
MlUii CowH, 1111(1 the (liuitanliiUHHrHM of Tuhoroiilo. 
■U by till' DlKoiitlvc Oi-kuun. rif Sinitdiinn. .iuii. 

IU>U, .»iM»u<M Kiiwt<ii«*. liny FdViT. i'liil. Ued. 
•mt Sur. Jir/i., I>ri\ lt>. 

Ili'll, •liiliii. Olillipio Krnotnro of the Thigh 
trnatotl liy Kxti'MNlnn, t'liniulu Mni. Kri\, <h'l. ("an- 
I'or of till' l^vcr. Viiniiili Viit. 'ind Sur. Jour., April. 

Il«>ll, K. I.. A CuMitfor DiAKOOHiH. 'Ai'e(((i ,Vfil. 
•«■( Sur. Jour., Jan. 

Ili'll. T. M. rtTiiviiin Hark niul its Halts. I.nuis- 
mUe MrH. A-Kvi., Jnhi 'IH. s«|tH of IVruviim Unrk. 
l,«Hi.<villt V'll. .ViH'x, ./«/y 'Jl, 

ll«>iu'«ll«>l, iloHoiili M. Kli-pliiiiitl«HiH Arabuni. 

r,i, .V,;l. Vimthlft. t'i-l>. 

Il«>iin«>tt, II. K. rt.Tlnr ribroiiU. A. A.'. M,-,!. 
Uitnllf (//i. .S>/ir 

llciiiK'll, .Lie. IIy|inoti<< Iiilliutnco of fblorn- 
ronn In AHtlimu. .1 m. Wni. mWfk'ii. .S>/.r 'ill. 
K«Ktro)iliY or Kxtrovorsion of tlii" Hlaililor. Vn. 
iTi-.f, }t .nfihi. Vi.i'. 

lli-iiMon, .1. M. On till' I'roAtnii'iit of Pi)ibthi'rl«. 

»'rt«.».(.l /..inc'.7, M,irc>< 

llt'liHOU, <lN('iir K. lti<|M>rt ni' it ('mh(> of Ai'llti' 
<)»«(ritl'« llii<tni"n.\iii)i,m .Vonl'i.'t, Mirrh. 

ll«>riii»r<l,v, KiiK«>ii«> r. Aiiplioitliou of Kor>-epH 
in Hoait - l«»t rvi'Si'iitulioil. I'MI. .V<il. Timrt, 
ipnl U. 

lli'riiiiyN A. V. On tho clpi'ration of Vi'sico- 
Ya»linal Ki'itiiU -I I'raimlatlon). H. >(■ /.. Mnl. Jimr., 
Jmi . 

Il«>riiri>iit<>r, V. 1'av.piu« ('nrod by IMili-aiuara. 
l.<«tliart(y iuri>ii liy IlyiwoyaiunH. r. .v. .V<\t. Inn*- 

tti/yUor ^ll''. Aufi. I'l. 

ll<>rri«lK«\ K. W. Khim To\ivoiti>u<tr»>u ami 
Baryta. I'. .V .¥nl. /iiiv.s,'i>i/,ii- (//). fvr. I. Uomo- 
«l>alliy VH. Till' l>h\8i'>lo^'ii'nl S.-hool. r. .S W.W. 
/«ivsf„;,i/,„- i/ii. f\i,. I. A.t;lilioii.x to Allou'a Matt-ria 
MoilitNl. //.lAnriNiiiiriiiiM V.^ufilii, March. 

ItoltH, li. K. ImlioatlouR for Mu«ox Purpurea 

in l>i»i»»i's of WiMiii'ii. // i.^Hr'iH I'miiin .VowM/y. Jiinr. 
Iiitht'atioiiK tor Miirt'x I'urpun'a iu Oiiioaaefi of 
Woni.Mi. I' s.. Mill /iir-'.v»i.*ir-ir (//I, JM»f IJ. A Oaao 
of S|nirion« Horniaphr>Hlitism. UnknemanMuiu 

II<>Ik. Ilt<riii»ii. Aotiou of Nitrate Acid on 
Syrup ot U'dido of Iron. .Im. Jour. /'A>ir., /Vr. 

It«>v»n. <'lt»». F. Turpura Hoiuorrhacii-a. .Vif. 
.Wt>t. Jouy.. .In;;. 

Il<«v»n, ThoiuMs. St-arlatina and 8uppurativo 
IMmtriay- PbtbioU and Kiiipycma — C»no«'r oi tUo 
I.nu«(«. ('*iiMf)» .¥'■>. J'Mv. .in.f A>.. June 

IWvifrlv. V. Fntiik. c)n the Vac of El«H.-trioity 
la Follionlar IMiarvuititi* <«>.• Vri. ,ni.« .Vi,r. J.ivr., 

Whtirwr. H. F. Oyntio pijitNaso of T<>»tlcle. f»»n 
*«*. ^m<i Swr Ki-p. (//I. W.m-*. I^tti* falcttliu 
thnnt«:k tho I'ri'thra. It^moval of I terine Mhrr'id 
Ti'vljpua. »Wi<> Mri. ,iti.< .Vw. If.-f\ (//i. J,tM, A SoriM 
■<*t Mattd<>r i^aatw. min V'^f. .fni .Vw. Krp. {H). JUaf. 

1ll|C«>l«w, A. T\>rri>«trial Maitiiotiam as a Tber*- 
^nil.' Aijont. f\i>>.i V' J. .j»i I >">('■. J'ur.. /Vc. 

IliSlow. J. K. A Ca«e of (\iitvf«iuoi«l Rx»«*c- 
tliMI. (Vt* l^uKYt .iirf (►v., fkl. 

BIUinir«. <l. S. On thr rianafor tho John* Hop- 
kins' Hovpiul at lUltinioro. V. w VoH Mid. A'-v.. 
J».in V.-i 



illiikt'ril, A. I>. mtBtnrinff In Typ>>>>»-KnterltU. 

/Vii7. .Milt, awl Sur. «.•;<., Frl>. :i. Pmirperal flonvul. 

I aloiiH. Prompt ami KtBiluut UleedlDfj. /'A>7. Jlof. 

I iinil Sur. Ki-p. .l/iri7 Jl. Vitality of Fenialoa. /'A«. 

; .Vril. anti Sur. H,/!., .Vay IC 

' llird, .1. F. WtntArlng at the Seaside. I'hU. 
I Mnl. <mil Sur. Hrj).. .\pril •i». 

Harcoma of the Choroid. Am. 



A. 



HlNliop, I 

Homrii, .S'l/i/. 

HlHhop, M. K 

.\. y. .Wf(<. Kclecllr 



Sprains and Their Tri'atntent. 
Uai/. 

IIInIi«i|>, IMi»iiii(>I K. Kxtranrdinary Tolerance 
III a PoiHouons Uoao of Chloral Hydrate, limtun 
Mril. and Sur. Jour.. Sf/it. 0. 

HlNiiop. K. S. High Potenoles Again. Cin.Med. 
.{dnmiv(H). Frh. 

HIhhcII, KiiH>rv (illbort. Hop (Uilture iu New 
York. .iiii.Jiiur. I'hnr.. \o\\ On HomiM'onBtltuenta 
of Hopn. .\in..litur. I'/iar., /Vr. 

lllttiiiir, tliOiii A. Puerperal CouTulaloua. .V. 
)'. .Vr,l. Jour.. Julji. 

llrhlK*'- NoriuHii. A very useful Nanal Irri- 
gator, t'liiraf/o .VrU. Jour, and Ex., Junr. 

lllMok. .1. K. Public Health Reform. The Sani- 
tarian, Jan. Tlie Promotion of MoiIIi'aI Culture and 
Self-Proti'otiou by a NewOrd'r of Fi'llowaklp. ('in. 
I.tinrrt ami OI:<.. .Vor, 

lllnckHiit-r, .\lt>xaiiik«>r H. Some of the Se- 
quplor of Plt'uriny. I'aniuia Med. K>r., l)-r. 

Itlncklmiii, Geo. K. On the VisiGility of the 
t.iiii 8 ot Nobert'H I'.itli liaiid when aiupliliid 540 
diaiiititi'rs. I'linnidcri'il in relation to thi'ir .\pparent 
Dintani-e and Visual An^le. 'Vn. Med. Xewf, Jon. 

Illwir. Aiiilr«>w. IMalyxed Iron. .Int. Jnur. 
/'All .. July. Dlspeusiuti Prescriptions. .Im. Jour, 
rhar., <tft. 

niuir, II. V. Dialy/.ed Iron. Am. Jnur. I'hitr., 
July. 

KlitkiN <Ii»ri'iu'«« .1. Otologioal Koview. .irch. 
Itlihlhiil. ((■ Oliil.. Vol. >■/., iHi^ 'AM. 

UIhW*-, •!. I>. Report of an Anenoephalus Mon- 
st»r. .\m. Med. Hi- H'-ri/y, Pec. 8. 

HIako. Marv .1. S. A Supposed IT terlue Tumor. 
/". A'. .Veil. Iniy-'tigilir (H). .\>jrf. 1. 

Hli-sfli, I*. K. The Properties and Uses of Hy- 
drastis (Canadensis. 'Mio .Vref. Ree.. *k-t. 

ItluiulMTKf •*. A Peculiar Caso of Irritation of 
tho Nervous System i:i a Child whilst Teething. 
/•»i;. Meil. and Sur. Rrp.. .Vor. U. 

Illyth, A. >V)iit«*r. MicnvChemistry as applied 
to the Indentilication of Tea Leaves and a New 
Methoil for the Kstimation of Thenia. .Uw. Juur. 
I'ltor., .Vr;>f. 

Korkins. F. H. KiM>ii. Potaesii- Nitrate iu Scar- 
latina. ('^iniiTO V«'. Jour, anil A>.. April. 

Iloilt>nhiaiuer, Wiu. Are Hemorrhoids Salu- 
tary? .V. )•. Mfyi. Rec. .^f4. 8. 

lUxluian. I^wU H. A C^ase ii^ Practice. Tatedt 
.Veil, iinif .'•"nr. Jtmr.. June. 

Itolltus. Wiu. H. Version of tlie Vertex in 
Shoulder t^f.«<'ntaUons. Southern Mfil. Rf^.. .Hag. 
Vrrsiou by the Vertex in Shoulder IVeneutations. 
/.(••fi'-itV/r V'tf .Vf>r» March 'H. 

BoMil, K. ('- VitAliam and Vital Medication. 
<^u•, Litncei anil <>(•*. Maif. 

Bwntliirant, A. A. Remarks on Ten i'«a«s of 
Erysipelas. LimitrUlf Med. .Vnr<, Junt 16. 

IUH>thly, K. L. Vit*l SUtistics. The .<-imtar\am. 
IV(. 

Rooarr. W. I>. TraiimaticSeptic*mia. AUantit 
Med. .TB-f .'iur. Jomr.. Mardk. 



mm 



CLASSIFIED BY AUTHORS. 



Bor<l«tn, I^. H. Medlciil Superstition. N. Y. 
Mi'd. Kclertii\ S'oi'. 

liorilley, .riimefi. (':tso in wlilcli an Iiidiii 
Riil>lmrNurslii>;-Tnl)o wiiM SwiiUowtil by iiii Iii- 
laiit. Am.. lour. Meil. •Srie»ren,.lan. 

Ilnrdwell, .1. 8. Fibroid Tiiinor oi tin- UtcruM. 
Helrclit: ilea, and .s'lf/-. Jour., Dec. 

Ilorlanil, J. R. Amfrlcim Miulltilno; rtsCoii- 
IliftH and AeliUntMm'ntH. Knlerlie Med, and Siir. 
■loiti'., Feb. 

Roth, C. On tlio CiuiHo of TnlwrouloHlH of (ho 
LnnKH by IndndnK C'iiloUlciitlon. .V. Y. Mrd. 
Iter., Feb. n. A Fow Rcnimkn on, iintl CiiseMof 
HuccoHsfuI Ciilcificutloii of Tu1)erciilu8ls of tlio 
Lungs. A^. r. Med. Jiec, July 21. 

RottBf 8. L. ExceHsivo D«!V(i)<>imu'nt. din. 
Med. News, May. 

Routell«, J, T. Fatal Chsbh of TotauuH. Vu. 
Med. Monthly, April. 

Bowdltch, Henry P. Recent Progrcsn In 
PUysloloffy. Honlon Med. and Siir. Jonr.,.liui. 
IH. Addrnp.s at tlio Opening of tlio Annual Mcet- 
iiiijof Mm American MtMlical Asnociation, held at 
< 'lii(^ago, .Inno, 1877. Uimloii. Med. uad Stir, .loiir., 
.June 7. 

Howen, Wm. Sliaw. KtM-ato C'onuH; Opcia- 
tion by liownianN Method. Hoslon Med. mid 
Sitr. .Join:, Feb. 1. 

Rowit*, A. i'. .V Case of Arseniciil I>oi.sonin>r. 
llithiiemaiinian Mimlhly, Muy. 

Ilowlenby, W. H. Caso of Intr.aAlidniniMiil 
■VliNceNs. jV. >'. Med. Fxleclir, May. 

Itowrauii, CliaN. A. Examination of Coniiner- 
ciiil Copalbu. .!«». .four. I'hur., .Vug. 

Royce, Oi»o. C. TUromlJOSlsof the Left Middle 
Perehral Artery. Am. Hoineo., Oct. llypci'ies- 
tlieHla. Am. llomto.. Nov. Experience In Cliolo- 
ra rnfantimj. (/. S. Med. fnrestifiuloriir.), Mnyir). 
Soma Exiierlenee in Croup. IK S. Metf. liirrsli- 
galor (II.), .Tan. Vu 

RoTland, Geo. IlalHtead. Medico-Legiil Ob- 
stetrle.'*. Phila. Med. and Siir. Rep., Sept. 1 mid 
.SeiiLVi. Note on tho Use ot Erjjot in Urctliral 
Hemorrhage. Am. Jovr. Med. Sciences, , fill i/. 

Roylet Cliust «. Intermittent Fever, Homeo. 
Times, May. 

Boys, Win. Singular Metastatic Aetlou. Med. 
News and Library, March. 

Rozeman, Nathan. On Kolpoklersia and Other 
Allied Procedures aHMoaus of Treating Vesico- 
Vaglunl Fl8tula. A', and L. Med. Jour., Oct 

Bradford, E. H. Ho.spitaI Cases. Boston. Med. 
and Snr. Jour., D«c. 27. Health of Rowing Men. 
The Sanitarian, Dec. 

Rradford, T.D wight. Atheroma of tho Bliod- 
YcHsels. Ilomeo. Times, June. Syphilitic Necro- 
Nisof the,Inforlor Maxillary Bone. ITomeo. Times, 
July. 

Bradley, Edward. Septlcasmia. Phy. mid 
I'har., May. A Case of Osteo-Sarcoma following 
Fracture of tho Fibula. Phy. and Pliar., Nor. 

Bradley, Judson. Abdominal Aorta nearly 
Severed by a Bullet. Detroit Med. Jour. , Nor. 

Bradnack, F. The Therapeutics of Periodical 
Cephalalgia. Buffalo Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

Bradner, Wm. B. Dislociitiou of the Patella. 
N. T. Med. Bee., Jan. 20. 

Braedon, M. C An Anomaly in Obstetrics. 
77. S. Med. IncestiyatoriU.), Sept. 15. 

Bragg, 8hirly. Stricture of tho Male Urethra. 
Atlanta Med. and Sur. ,four., Feb. A Case of 
Stricture of tho Urethra, Complicated with Hy- 
pertrophy of the Prostate, Stone, and Violent 
Cystitis. Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Braman, A. H. Expulsiou of TiBUia. Phila. 
Med. ana Sur. Sep., April 7. 



Bramlett, W. H. Etiology of Typhoid Fever, 
Vu. Med. Monthly, May. 

RrandeiH, Richard C NasoPharyngoiil Fi- 
bromnta. Am. Prar.l., April. A New Hletlmd oi 
.Hecnring an Upright Position <d' the KpigloitiN, 
Lonisrille Med. News, Jan. 27. 

Rraiin, J. R. On Medlenl I,iitglHlatlon. /'. ,v, 
Meil. Inresligalor (II.}, April 1. Centries, F.\ 
eentrlcH, unit Logic. ('. ,s', Med. Inresliyalor, 
(II.), June i. 

Rreakfll, JamcH H. Case of Foreign IJodv 
In the Bronchial Tube. X. Y. Med. Hci:,JiineVi'. 

Rrenton, WilUs. Cryolite and Its Uses. Am. 
Jour. I'har., Feb. 

Rrewster, A. J. Cholera Infantum, Iluhne- 
nuninian .Monthly, ,Tuly, 

Rreyfoglo, W. I... Potency and Dose. ('in. 
Med. Advance (II.), Sept. 

Brickell, I>. Warren. Tho Proper Treat- 
ment of Pelvic. Effusions. Am. Jour. Med. Sci- 
ences, April. 

Rridge, Norman. SclrrhuH of the Conunou 
Bile Duct. Chicago Med. .four, and Ex., April. 

Rriggs, C. ."4. Two Rare Dislocations. Nash. 
Tour. Med. and Sur., July. Aneurism of the 
Abdominal Aortii. Nush. Jour. Med. and Sur., 
Feb. 

Briggs, W. T. Surgical Clinic. Nash. Jour. 
Med. and Sur., Jan. Surgical Clinic. Nash. 
.Tour Med. and Sur, March. Surgical Clinics : i. 
Ectropion; 2. Hydrocele; 3. Cireumclslon. Nash. 
.Tour. Med. and Sur., April. Surgical Cases. 
Nash. .Tour. Med. and Sur., Muy. Surgical 
Clinics: 1 Fracture of Skull ; 2. Vascular Tumor 
of the Neck ; Excision ; H. Pott'.s Disease of the 
Spine. Nash. Jour Med. and Sur., Nov. Sui- 
gfcal Clinic: 1. Epithelioma; Excision; 2. Ne- 
crosis of Humerus; Sequestrotolny. .\ash. .Tour, 
Med, and Sur., Dec. 

Brinton, J. H. Enormous Cystic Kidneys ; 
Stricture of the Urethra. Phila. Med. Times, 
.Tune 9. 

Rroca, Paid. Clinical Lessons on a Case of 
Fcetal Tumor. Western. Lancet, Feb. 

Rronson C. C. The True Status of the Physi- 
cian. (Jin. Med. Adrance (II.), Dec. 

Bronson, Edward B. .\ Case of Lichen 
Planus. Arch. Dermatol., , Tan. Ou Certain Pre- 
valent Skin Diseases of the Summer of 1H7<!. 
Arch. Dermatol., Jan. Case of Suspected Gum- 
mous Disease of the Penis. Arch. Dermatol., 
April. 

Bronson, J. R. .\. Review of Medicine; Its 
Work and its Worth. Boston Med. and Sur. 
.four., .Tune 14. 

Brooke, F. R. Phimosis with Reflex Irrita- 
tion. Frt. Med. Monthly, Feb. 

Brother, Ferd. Treatment of Fracture of the 
Femur. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences. Jan. 

Brown, O. C. Puerperal Convulsions. Cana- 
da 2Ied. Ilec, .March. 

Brown, Bedford. Thrombosis of the Brain. 
Heart, and Pulmonary Arteiy as a. Cause of 
Mortality During tho Progres-s of Cholera Infan- 
tum, and its Prevention. Phila. Med. Time^, 
Sept. 15. 

Rrown, B. H. A Case of Fibrous Tumor of 
the Uterus, Causing Eclampsia. Am. Jour. 06s., 
.Tan. .Subinvolution of the Urine. A', and L. 
Med. Jour., June. 

Brown, C. W. Analysis of One Hundred aud 
Nino Cases of Rheumatism, Treated with Sali- 
cylic Acid and Salicine, with Tables. Hostou 
Med. and Sur. .Tour., Feb. 8. 

Brown, D. Dyce. Studies in the Materia Muil- 
ica. N. E. Med. Gazette (II.), April. 

Brown, H. B. Aortic Aneurism. St. Louis 
Med. and. Sur. .Tour., .Tune. 

Brown, Ira. Transverse Fracture of the Pa- 
tella, Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 20. 



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Tlrown, J. H. A caso «f Modnlliiry Cancer of 
tlio Ktoiiiiich, Llv(T ML'HOiiUuy, anil Oiuuntum. 
riirCliiitc, Feb. 17. 

nriiwii, .1. r. Ctt86of IntllsHns(•l^l^tlon Cnn- 
iida Laucet,'1>tUl- 

liroivn, J. W. Rt'tro-riinrynffoal Abscosa as 
aHc(|iul<)f DIplitliiiia. .V. Y. Metl. Uec, Fvb. U. 
Rrlatliiii of Pliynioian and Clci'KVtncn. ()hi(t 
Med. (1)1(1 Sni: Ilcii. (ILi.Mnii. Ta'uia TroattMl 
with ("iirbolic Ai^lil. .V. 1 . Mai. Iin\. Dec. 2i. 

lirown, Lenox. On tlio Canspsof DyHpna-a 
In CaHi'H of Sufl'oi'ativo Uroiicliocclo. Am. Jour. 
Med. Hcienccs, A/tril. Hypliilitio Ulceration of 
tUo Pharynx. LnuUriltc Med. jWews, Dec. 2'2. 

Brown, N. F. Tetanus. Detroit Med. Jour.< 
June. 

Brown, ThoinHH II. Cases of Hare-Lip and 
Cleft Palato in Syphilitic Cliildrcn. Airli. Der- 
matol., JkIi/. Urethral Stricture. Md. Med. 
Jour., May. 

Brown-Sequard, £. C . DlHcaRes of the Ner- 
vous Bystem. N. Y. Med. Rec, Dee. 8. ParalyHis 
and Cdiiviilsions as Eirect.s of Organic JJisease 
of the Brain. Arch. Clin. Sur., JVoc. 15. 

Bruebncli, Geo. H. Case of Puerperal Apo- 
l»li'.\y. Am. Med. lU-WeeUly, March 17. 

Brnen, Kdward P. Juborandi In BriKht'.s 
Di.sea.so. I'hild. Med. Times, April 14. Ob.scr- 
vatlc.i^T with n View to DeterniuiluK the latlu- 
encoof Jaborandi on the Elimination of Urea 
by the Kidneys. Am. Jour., MeiU Sciences, July. 

Brugfh, Ezra. Severe and Peculiar Ii^ury. 
Phihi. Med. and Sur. Itep., Sept. l.'>. 

Brush, £.F. Kuniyss. I'hi/. and Phar., Mai/. 
Buflfalo iMoilical Club. Buffalo Med. and Sur. 
Jour., June. 

Bryan, J. The Plaster Jacket. Louispille 
Med. Aews, Sept. 15. 

Bryan, J. D. Gestation Prolonged to Four 
Iluudred aiul Forty-two Days. St. Louis Med. 
and Sur. Jour., July. 

Bryce, C. A. A Case of Syphilitic Phthisis 
Pulmoualid. T«. Med. Monthly, Nov. 

Back, Albert 11. Tho Danger Attending the 
Introduction of Fluids into tlio Nasal Pas.sages. 
.V. Y. Med. lice, March 11. Desquamative Pro- 
cesses in tho Ear. .V. 1'. Med. Jiec., Dee. 15. 

Buck, J. D. Therapeutics of Catarrh. Ohio 
Med. avd Sur. Rep. (11.), July. Modern Physio- 
logy. Cin. Meii. Admnee (II.), Feb. About 
Clinical Reports and Theories. Cin. Med. Ad- 
vance in.), Feb. 

Bucko, It. M. The Functions of the Great 
Sympatlictic Nervous System. Am. .Tour. In- 
sanity, Oct. 

Buchanan, J. K. Depressed Compound Frac- 
ture of tlio Skull. R. and h. Med. Jour., March. 
Tho limtitutes ol' Meilicine. .V. )'. Med. Fcleelir, 
Sept. 

Buckliuui, T. K. Urtrmia. Canada Lancet, 
May. The Eft'e( ts of Smoking. Canada Lancet, 
March. 

Bucknell, H, E. Tho Etiology and Treatment 
of Fever. St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Oct. 

Buckner, J. H. Shall tho Use of Chloroform 
us an An.Tsthctli' l)c Abandoned I The Clinic, 
May 12. TUo EUeet of Llmo upon the Eye. The 
Clinic, Oct. C. 

Buell, E. C. A Painless Operation ))y the U.so 
of a Freezing Mixture. Ohio Med. and Sur. l{e)>. 
(II.), May. A Couple of Ilair-Piu Cases. Ohio 
Med. and Sur. Ucp. {U.),Jan. Intussusception 
of llio Bowels. Ohio Med. and Sur. Itep. (11.), 

.\0B. 

Buflbm, J. H. The Galvano-Cautery in Sur- 
gery. Hahnemannian Monthly, May. 



Bulkley, L. Diinoan. Two Cases of Morphma 
with KtuuarkH on tln> DIseaMoand itH DKfereutlul 
Diagnosis. Notes on the Local Treatment of 
Certain Disi^a.ses of the Skin. Arch. Dermatol., 
Jan. Seorbiitio Purpiu'a. lelithyosls. Aenoln 
durata. Arch. DermatiJ., Jan. OutheNomen 
elature and ClaMsilleation of DiseasoH of the 
Skin. Arch. Dermatol., April. Two Cases of 
llydrou. Arch. J>ermalol., April. Eczenn* Ru 
brum. Erythema PapulatUMi. Arch. Dermntol., 
July. Notes ou I liu Local Treatment of DiNi^ascH 
of the Skin. Prosiasis Guttata. Untreated 8y. 
plillis. Warts. Scabies. Dilatation in the Skin. 
Arch. Dermatol., Oct. Case of I'emphigu.s Mallg- 
niis In which Arsenic Twice Appeared to Save 
Life. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. Analysis 
of Seven Hundred and Seventy-four Cases of 
Skin Disease Treated at tho Denillt Dispensary 
In lfl"6. iV. Y. Med. Jour., April. On tho So- 
called Eczema Marginatum of Hebra. Chicayn 
Med., lour, and Ex., Nov. On tho Kecognltlon 
and Mamigement of tlie Gouty State in Diseases 
of the Skin. Am. Pract., Nov. 

Bnll, Charles S. Remarks on Some of the 
Rarer Syphllltio Neuroses of tho Eye. A m. Jour. 
.Med. Sciences, Jan. A Contribution to the Etiol- 
ogy of Optlo Nervo Atroi)hy. Am. .four. Med. 
Sciences, April. A Contribution to tho Study of 
Inherited SyphillH of tho Eye. Am.. four. Med. 
Sciences, ,Tuiu. Observations on Ciioked Disk 
Following lufurles to tlie Head In Clilldren. Am. 
.Tour. Med. Sciences, Oct. A Ca.se of Hysterical 
Hemiplegia with Neuralgia of the Trigeminus 
and Amblyopia. .V. Y. Med. Rec, Feb. 17. Tho 
Connection between tlio Choii^a and Errors of 
Refraction of tho Eye. A'. 1'. Med. Rec. , June ?. 
Fracture of tho Bones of the Face. N. Y. Med. 
live, Sept. 1. Rare Fracture of Superior Maxilla. 
.V. 3'. 2led. Rec, Dec. 22. 

Bullock, Charles. Ooa Powder and Chryso- 
pbaulu Acid. Am. Jour. Phar., Nov. 

Buinstead, S.J. Medical Legislation Again. 
U. S. Med. Investigator (II.), Jan. 15. On the 
Treatmeut of Myopia. V. S. Med. Investigator 
(ID, June 15. The Idiotic Livery. Cin. Med. 
Advance (n.), Dec. Tho Homeopathlo tiuestiun. 
,V. 1'. Med. Rec, Sept. 1. Tho Seee.ssiou Move- 
ment in Medicine. IKS. Mid. Inceslii/alor (U.), 
Oct. 1 . 

Burdick, J. F. Action and Uses of Stimulants. 
Pacific Med. and Sur. .Tour., Auy. 

Burgee, J. H. II. R(!Cto and Vosioo Vaginal 
Fistula. Arch. Clin. Sur., April. 

Burgess, O. <). Ovariotomy. Pacific Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

Burke, Martin. Onlum Poisoning Treated bj' 
Electricity and Belladonna. Southern Med. Rec, 
Jan. Carbolized Balsam of Peru as a Dressing 
to Wounds. Philit. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. :t. 
A Now Method of Curing Poplileal Aneurism. 
-V. Y. Med. Jour., .Tune. 

Burnett, Swan M. A Case of Choroiditis Ex- 
sudativa, Accompanied witli Partial Mlcrop.'<ia, 
Motamorphopsia, and Cluomatopsio Scotomata 
of Singumrly Regular Forms. Arch. Ophthat. 
and Otol.fiVol. VL, paye 4C0. Double Optic Neu- 
ritis (Choked Disk) aud Sloughing of tlio Right 
Cornea, Accompanying a Sarconmtous Tumor on 
tho Right Side of tho Brain. Arch. Ophthat. and 
Otol.,Vot.VI.,2)agei60. So-called "Second Sight" 
of Old People. Am. .Tour. Med. Sciences, April. 
Nitrite of Amyl in Tinitus Aurium. A'. 1'. Med. 
Rec, Aug. i. Tho Now Metrical System in the 
Numbering of Spectacles. Phila. Med. Times, 
March 3. 

Burns, Reed. TheCJeneralPathology of Asth- 
ma. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., .Tan. 20. 

Burr, N. U, A Case of Traumatic Tetanus In 
ttYoungCUild. Philu. Med.and Sur. Rep.,'Aug.t. 



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lliirmll, t'\ A, Tho Troatiiitint "f Clili)ri>forni 
I'oIhi iiiiiK- A. )'. Mfil. Ifri ., f>li. '24. A Now Atoiii- 
l/.i'l-. v. )'. .Veil, H'<:, Aug. ^^r<. ])lliitiliK nf OlW 
I'lilill tolldwIUK tho uptillcutliiii of a liollHclnniia 
I'laMtcr. .Y. )'. Mnl. I{n., Jithj 7. 

Itiirl, W. II. A Milk IilHt thu trim I'rophyla'itlu 
fcir Si-arlrt Ki'VtT/ Am. Ilninm.. Anil, t'lllllrul Kx- 
pcricnou witli CoIdHtriiii). /'. .S'. Mnl. /iii'ttfiiidliir 
lit), (hi. ir.. 

Hurt, Stf|i)i<-ii Siiillli. Caso lit' KiiiKlti UteruH 
Witli Double ViiKlllii. .V. V. .Mnl. .lour., F.i. 

ltiiH<'li, Will. CliuM, A. On thii CiiiiHtitiicuta of 
I'D liipliylium I'l'ltatuiu, Lin. Am. Jour. I'/mr., .\or. 

Iliisfy, Naiiiii<>l ('. <'i>n^>('nital OcduHlon nud 
Dilatation of Lynipli (UiaiinitlN. .Im. Jnnv. Hhn., Jiiii, 
Conxoiiital OccluHiiin unit Dilutatiui. of Dynipli Cban- 
ni'lH. //. (i)iil I,. Atcil. .liiiii:, Jiilij. Ooc^luHiou anil Dl- 
lalalion of J^yiuph CliannelH. .V. n. \fiil. oml Siii: 
Ju'tr., .1(111., Jnii) ami ^'>'/)^ 

Hiit«!lu>r, TlioniiiH. Can a UOinuii carry a child 
to l''ull Tiiui! and not bu awaro that she in I're^uaut V 
I'hil. Mfil. iiiifl .Siii: Hi\:, .Miirih 'U. 

Itutlt*r, F. Ueceiit Diacoverles In tho Physiology 

of the Uotina. I'lnnulu .Mnl. niiil ,Siir. ./our. .liii/. 

iliitler, <J««o. W, Trcatiuont of FisHiiro ot the 
Nlppli! Dui'iui,' Lactation. Oliio .Meil. ItrniriUr, Mny. 

l<iitl«T, Jiiliii. Elpctro-Thoraiiciitics and Klec- 
tro-S\irt{ ry. \orlh .\m. ,/oiir. Ilmneo., Atiy. A Uare 
Case, iltiimo. Timi:'!, .\iir. (Ilinical Kleptrolywis. 
lt<inif.o. Tinif.t. .March. Hyniptomatolotjy of Eleo- 
tricity lu itH ditt'creut Appiicatioua. .\orlli .im. 
Jour, /lumen., .l/in/. I;'i8tiila in Add. Homm. Timet, 
Drr. 

Iliitterflehl, ThoiiiaH. Uu tho Troatineut of 
Uyclropliobia. Kiin-lic .Mnl. tuiil .Vh;'. Jour., June. 
Therapeutics of Acute ItheuiuutiHin or I'nuuniatlu 
Fuvor. Eclerliv Mcil. iiuil >'((/•. Juur., Junr. 

Ilyfitrd, Will, H. An UmiMiial Uloody Tumor 
Ucliiud tho I'terus. Cliiciiiio .Mnl. Jour, auil Ex., 
Aiiril. FilirouH fuiuor of the Uterus expelled Piece- 
nieiil by Ergot. Arrh. t'tiu. Sur., .Mui/. The 
S(H'oiid Di'cade of Life, .\iiuual .Vddre.sw before the 
Tri-Slate Medical Society, ('iu. /.(tunt iiud Olm., 
April. Address — Homo of tho Hygienic tJonditious 
re«iiltiiig from the PresiMit CoUiiitiou of Hocioty. 
I'iu. I.iinii'l iiuil Otjx., Ih'c. 

Ilji'd, AViii. A. When to Operate for Ktrangu- 
lated Hernia. U. iiiul I.. Mml. Jour., Jan. A Now 
Uunda^'o UoUiny Machine. .V. V. .Med. Un ., Aug. IL 

llyriH', . .Specimen of a UterUH tho Cervix 

of which was .Vnipututod by Galv.iuo— Cautery. .I;;i. 
Juur. Olm., April. 

<.'al><;ll, James L,. lleport on Uygiuue, I'd. 

Mnl. Moullill/. Jiiu. 

Cabot, . HoHpital CaBes. lionlon Med. and 

.S'»c. Jour., .Mitrch 'I'X uuil .Mini 1(1. 

CaKf, A. II. Labor Coiuplicatcd byau Elongated 
and Indurati'd ("ervix. Am. .Sujipli'mriil to Qlnititrical 
Jour, of llrriil •Jriluiu iiud Irehiuil, .luhj. 

C'aliill, H. H. Carcinoma. I'li;/. nnd I'hur., Nov. 

<.'al«lwell, tloliii •!. Fluid Extract of Damiaua. 
A'. 1'. Mnl. K'C .V<yr. ;). 

Calilwfll, W. S. UheumatiHm. Its Treatment 

by Salicine, (Salicvltc Acid, and Salicylate of Sodium. 
A. y. Mnl. Un:, .Srpl. I. 

Calfff, J. II. Salicylic Acid iu Lumbago. Louis- 
ville .Meil, AVie.s', Jan, {\. 

<'allaliHii, •!. I. (Jaso of (^irrhosis of tho Livi'r 
aud KidneyH. Am. Mnl. lli-W.rklii, Juur 2\\, A Case 
ot Isciiuria Il"ii.tlls with ('ystitisand Ura-niic Mani- 
festations—Uecovcry. Ani. Mnl. lii-ty'tkit/, Auii. IS. 

Cainplx'll, A, Sil)l«\v. Pneumatic Pressure and 
the Oouu Pectoral Posture iu the Ueductiou of 
Uteriue Luxations. Am. .four. Olm., Jan. 



('aiiipliell, C T. Acuo. 'Vii. MfAl, Advanct (U), 

Sr,,l. 

<'aiii|>lii>ll, KtlwaiMl i>l. Klhroiis Tumor of 
tho Uack, Ueinovod. I'd. .Mnl. Monthly, .'<ept. 

Caiiipliitll, FraiiflH W. Application of Nitric 
Acid to tho Uterine Cavity. I'uniulu .ilnl. Her., April. 
(Quebec Medical Hill. I'uniulu l.umfl, h'rh. Introduc- 
tory Address boforo the Medico-Chlrurxical Hociety 
of Montreal, Nov. % IH77. ramulii Med. P'c, .\ov. 
VagililHlsniUH. t'ltmulu .Med. Her., Feb. 

<'aiiiplifll, tluH, A, Myopia and its Therapeu- 
tics, r. ,S. .Mnl. Invrsliyutor (Hi, .Miirrh I umt Aug. 1. 

(.'ainplM'II, tlnliii. KchlnocoocuB of the Liver, 

etc. The Cliuir, April 7. 

I Caniplicll, llolit. Tho Relations Existing Be- 
twopu Ecxenia and Psoriasis. Arch, of Dermatol., 
Juh/. Pnerpola Rhoumatica, etc. X. Y. Med. Jour., 

I Dei: 

I Canflclil, M. A. .'.uniparlson of Belladonna, 
Nux Vomica aud Htranioulum. Ohio Med. and .Sur. 
Ke/i. (Ill, J nil/. 

<'aiitr«>Il, (i. M. li. Quinine aa a Remedy for 
Poisonous Krui>tions. Xanhville Jour. Med. and Sur., 

I <'ap<<ii, F. A. Three Cases. A^. E. Med. Gazette 

I (Jfl, Jan. 

I <.'arliHl«>, J. ('. Eucophaloid Cancer of Left 
I Kidney iu a (!hild Two Years Old. A'. J'. Med. Jour., 
Jan. 

Carlton, liiirk <i. Clinical Oases. Homen Times, 

Murcli. 

C'ariiiieliaU, S. W. Advances in the Practice of 

Medicine. Vu. .Meil. .Monlhlij, Jan. 

i'arpt'iitt']', K. G. Puerperal Kclampsia. i'hil. 

Mnl. null ,Sur. Hip., .Srpl. 2'.>. 

t'arr, A. I'. Lithotomy. Phil. Med. Times, March 

€arr, M. S. Perl-Uterine Cellulitis. Am. Ob- 
serrer (III, MarrU. 

Carroll, Alfred L. Pneumonia Arrested in its 
First Stages. .V. 1'. .Med. Hn:, h'eb. 24. The Clinical 
Use of the. SphyHmograi)h. X. V. .Mnl. Jour., .Sept. 
The Plea of Insanity. Tlir .Sanilarinu, June. 

<'arrlvk, A. I.,. Rigidity of the Os-Uteri. Am. 

./our. Olis., Oii. 

Carsteiis, J. Henry. Original Translations. 

Oelrotl Mnl. Jour., Miui aud Aug. 

(.'arson, Win. Cerebral £ml>olism. Am. I'ract., 
April. Treatment of Typhoid Fever. Am. I'ract., 
.Sept. 
t arter, Chas. A. A Case of Nervor.s Disorder 
1 Showing the Effects of Climate. J'hil. Meil. and Sur. 
i Hip.. Frii. li>. Medical Charities. I'liil. Med. and Sur. 
/irp., Aug. IH. On tho Adoption of the Metric Sys- 
tem. J'hil. .Med. and Sur. Rip., Murch 'Ai. 

Carter, 1). I). Carbolic Acid Injections In Hem- 
orrhoids. The I'linic, June 10. 

Cartwright, K. On Lapis AlbuB. Northwestern 

AuniUi.<l, Jul;/. 

Castle, Franklin I>. Accommodative aud Mus- 
cular Asthenopia. /'Inl. Mrd. and Sur. Kep., .Sept. 8. 

Caswell, Kdward T. Ligation of the External 

: Iliac Artery. ,V. F. Med. AVc, .Sept. 21). 

Catlieart, Augustus. Alstouia Constricta. Am. 
Iluiueo, Oct. 

Catlett, <iie«>. C. Tho Frequent Association of 
! Diseases of the Eur with Insanity. Am. Jviir. In- 
i siiuili/, Juiii. 

\ CatterinoW', James. Abscess in the Gastro- 
j Hepatic Omentum. Canada Lanvet, May. Fistula 
I iu Auo, complicated with Fissure aud Tumor in the 
I Rectum. Prolapsus Ani. Canada Lancet, Attg. 



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Caulkins, J. S. RemarkB on the Origin snd 

Propagation of the Typlioid Fever Poison. Detroit 
Med. Jour., March. Fe.meutatio'j. Detroit Med. 
Jour., July. 

Chadwlck, Jaines K. Case of VagiuloiBmue 
Traced to Spasmodic Turgescence of the Clitoris. 
.4»i. I'rmt., July. Cases of Double Uterus and Vagina. 
lioston Mnt. and .S'mc. Jour., D-r. 'M. Note on a Speci- 
men of a recently delivered Uterus with adherent 
Placenta. -Im. Juur. (>l>s., .Inly. 

C'hainbrrlaln, V. Traumatic Tetanus succesR- 
fully treated with Upiuni. Hircijic Med. and Sur. 
Jour.: •/""• Case of Puerperal Eclampsia. Pariftv 
.Veil, ind iSur. Jour., .Vor., and ('in. Mrd. .\iw.i, Dec. 

Chamberlain, W. B. Bcsume of Diet to be 
used in Diphtheria. -V. E. Med. Gazelle (II), Jan. 
Prevention of Ivy Poisoning. .V. K. Med. Omette 
(H), March. 

Chamberlain, W. iVI. The Germ theory of 
Disease. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. Case of 
Hysterio-Neurosis of the Stomach. Am. Jour. Obs.. 
Jan. The relation of the Urinary Organs to Piier- 
pera! Disease. Am, Jour. ()b:<., April. Series of 
Three Glass Instruments. Am, Jour. Obs., Oct. In- 
struments of Glass for washing out the Puerperal 
Uterus. A'. T- il<<i- ii>'c., March 17. Gutta Peroha 
Tissue. N. Y. Med. Rec. .Sept. 29. 

CliainberH, R. 1*. Loeso Cartilage in Knee 
Joint. Ohio Med. h'ecnrder. April. 

C^handler, A. H. On the Specific Action of 
Large Doses of Lime-Juice in the treatment of 
,\CBte, Sub-Acute and Chronic Kheumatism. Cumidii 
Lancet, Oct. 

Chandler, W. T. Select Prescriptions. Louis- 
cille .Med. AVics-, Fet). 17. Conservatism in the treat- 
ment of Gunshot Wounds of the Knee. Louisville \ 
Med. AVics April 7. Cerebral Embolism. Lnuisvill' i 
Med. Xews, June 9. Some Practical Hints upon Ali- • 
mentntion and Medication per Uectuni. Louisville ; 
Med. Sew$. Sept. 12. Intussusception of the Bowel. ' 
Louisville Med. News, Xov. 10. i 

Chapin, K. B. Case of Oxalate of Lime Calou- | 
lu8 Weighiug Five and one-half Ounces Successfully | 
removed by Lateral Operaticm. Am. Jour. .Med. i 
.Science.^, Oct. 

Chapin, F. AV. Annual Report for Hampden 
District. lioxlon Med. ituil .\iir. Jour., July 2fi. 

Chapman, K. >i. AUohol and Diphtheria, <'in. • 
Med. News. Nov. Tre.itment of Dii)htheria. HuiTalo ; 
Med. and Sur. Jour., (Jet. 

Chapman, S. H. Sarcoma of Inferior Constric- 
tor ot the Pharynx and Inlet of the (F^sophagus i 
Am. Jour. Med. .Sciences, Oel. i 

Chapman, AV. C. New Remedies. Toletio Med. \ 
and Sur. Jour., Fell. Two of the Cinchona Prepara- 
tions. Toedo Med. and .Sur. Jour.. Dee. 

Chase, S, B. Cholieraia. I'hil. .Med. and Sur. \ 
Hep., Jan. 2(1. 

ChaHe, S. I„ Pc8sarienin Uterine Displacemouts. 
I'hil. Med. and Sue. Hep , Oct. 27. 

ChaHe, WaltJ-r I). ErysipelaH and Puerperal 
Fever. .V. 1'. .Med. He,., Jan. \A. 

Cheuthaui, W. Threocnses of Bright's Disease I 
of the Kirtueys Detected by the Ophthalmoscope. 
Liniisville Med. \ews. May 12. Two Inter estiug casin ! 
of Traumatic Cataract. Loui-iville Med, .\ews, Aufi. IH. j 
The Best OphthalmoHcope. .\m. l'racl.,Jidy. Atro- i 
phy of Opt'c Nerve from a slight Fall. Am. I'ract., \ 
Dec. Embolism of the ArtiTieH of I he Retina. Am. i 
I'ract., Oct. Acute lutlammation of the Middle Ear. 
.(»!. I'ra/:t , Aug. 

Cheever, David W. Surgical Cases. Arch, 
t'iin. Sur., July. Ovariotomy. Huston .Veil, and Sur. 
J<mr., Aufi.'.W. Hospital Cases. Iloxidii Meil. aud.Sur. 
Jour.. Mareh 1, .i/iril 2i> and May H. 



Chenery, E. From the Brain to the Ear. Bos- 
ton Med. and .Sur. Jour., Dec. 27. 

Chenuwith, W. J. Neuralgic Dysmeuorrhoea. 
Am. Med. Hi- Weekly, May 12. 

Ciieney, B. II. Chronic Ovaritis with Ovarialgia 

and Disordered Menstruation. U. S. Med. Investiga- 
tor (II), June 1. 

ChlHney, J. P. Ovariotomy. .St. Louis Med. and 
Sur. Jour.. June. 

Cl«ew, S. C. Notes on Pneumonia with cases. 
M<l. Med. Jour., June. 

Childs, W. B. A case of Abdominal Dropsy. 
Hahnemannian 'Mimlhly, Feb. 

ChlKolm, Julian J. What Aniesthetic Shall 
We Use? K. ({■ L. Med. Jour., Oct. Carbolic Acid in 
Eye Surgery. \'a. Med. .Monthly, Dec. Cli..ical Lec- 
ture on a Common Defect in Eye Construction Re- 
quiring Use of Convex Glasses. Ta. Med. Monthly, 
April. Horny Tumor Growing from the Eye Lid. 
Va. Med. Monthly, July. Abuses ot Nitrate of Silver 
in the Treatment of Eye Diseases. Md. Med. Jour., 
May. 

Chittenden, I), J. External Pressure in De- 
layed Labors. .V. 1'. Med. Rec, Aug. 11. 

Church, Howard M. Bromhydric Acid. New 
Hem., June. 

Church, N. H, Hey's Operation. Cin. Lancet 
and Obs., Jan. 

<'liurchill, J. H. A NdW Method of Obtaining 
Extension and Counter Extension in Fracture of the 
Femur. .V. 1'. Med. Rec, .March 17. 

Claiborne, John H. Quinine and Urticaria. 
A'. 1'. Ued. Kec, De.-.-l'i. 

Clarl{e, Almon, Case of Perityphylitic Abscess. 
A'. 1'. Med. Hcc. .Sept. 21). 

Clark, Alonzo. Fibrous Tumor of the Pylorus. 
Arch. Clin. .Sur., Oct. 1. 

Clark, A. Salicylate of Soda in Rheumatism. 
('in. .Med. News, Jan. 

Ciark, Daniel. Hysterotomy. Canada Lancet, 
Oct. 

Clark, K. I', An Instance of Extreme Longev- 
ity, rhil. .Med. and Sur. Hep., Dec. 15. 

C' -.rk, Franklin Chase. A Contribution to 
the Study of Medicine. Detroit Med. Jimr., Oct. 

Clark. H. H. Oullflnwer Kxcr"scence of Cervix 
Uteri. .V. K. Med. (iazette (H), Jan. 

Clark, Lucius. Treatment of Scarlet Fever. 
Chicago Sled. Jour, and Ex., .March. 

Clark, T. N. Traumatic Neuralgia— Non-Inflam- 
matory Softening of the Br<4in— Operation— Death. 
Va. Med. .Monthly. .\ov. 

Claude, A. The Epi,4emic of Typhoid Fever 
which occurred in Paris during the year lH7(i. Ohio 
.l/cu. and Sur. Hep. (H). .Sejil 

Cleaver. AV. W. A Uniqm Case. Louisville .Med. 
A'< ics, June 16. 

Cleborne, C. ,J. Transverse Fracture of Patella, 
and Fracture of Skull, with Loss of Brain Substance 
— Becovery. .Ini. Jour. .Med, .Sciences. Oct. Croton 
Chloral in Dentistry. .V. V. Med. Hec, .May 19. Go- 
nalgla, or Hysterical Arthriegia. .V. ¥. Med. Hec, 
.lug. 2'). A New Tenaculum Netille, New Wire Twis- 
ter, and New Material tor Sutures. .V. I'. .Med. Hec, 
Ort. i;t. Indexing of Periodicals. .i»i. .roar. Hhar., 
June. 

<'le<-inan, Richard A. Carcinoma Recurring 
in the Vicinity of a Cicatrix left after Excision of 
True Epithelioma in tlie Axilla. I'hil. Med. Times, 
.March ;J1. Enceplialoid (?auci r of the Lymphatic 
Glands of tlie Neck. I'hil. .Med. Times, July 7. Re- 
port on the 1 elatioiiH of the Drainage ani Sewerage 
of Philadelphia to the Prevalence of Typhoid Fever 
in that City. I'hil. Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. 27. 



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ClevelHiMl, B. l>. Almngt Complete OcclUHlon 
of the Vaginal Walls. (?.?». Med. Advance, Jnn. 

Cleveland, Clement. Case of Rntroversiou of 
the UteruH, complicated by AdbeHiou aud Prolapse 
of the liOft Ovary. Am. J< ur. ()h.i., Jan. A case of 
Pr«Kuaucy with Elouuated. Hypertrophic aud Ulcer- 
ated Cervix. Am. Jour. Ofc.i., July. 

Cleveland, H. A. A Case of Embolism Affect- 
ing the Right Lung and Kiduey. Detroit Med. Jour., 
April. 

Cleveland, John L. Effo<-t8 upon the Fetua of 
Medicines given to the Pregnant Woman. The Clinic, 
Mail 19. Cousumption aud Heredity. The Clinic, 
July 7. Haomoptyais. The Clinic, Sept. 1. What is 
the Relation Between Asthma aud Consumption ? 
The Clinic, Ifov. 10. 

Cllne. John I>. An Endemic of Typhus Fever. 
Canada Mad. ami Sur. Jour., Oct. 

CluenexH, W. R. EdKewiso Dislocation of Pa- 
tella. iV. r. Med. fi'c., Jan. '27. Notes on Diph- 
theria. Canada Lancd, Jan. 

Cobbold, T. Spencer. Discovery of the Adult 
Reprnsonfative ot Microscopic Filariio. Pin. Med. 
yew.i, Sept. 

Cobleigh, K. A. A case of Nervous Edema. 
I'hil. Med. and Sur. Hep., Jan. 27. A Peculiar Case. 
Pliil. Med. and Sur. Hep., July 7. 

Coohrau, Jno. F. A case of Alleged Kupo aud 
Conviction. Am. Med. Hi. Weekly, March 17. I 

Cohen, J. Volis. Peanut Shell from the Trachea. 
Coffee Bean from ICxterual Auditory Meatus. I'liil. 
Med. Times, March 31. 

Cole, S. P. On the use of Obstetric Forceps. ('/. 
S. Med. Investigator (ID, July \^. Introductory /.lec- 
ture. U. S. Med. Investigator (II), aVov. 15. 

Coleman, John 8. A Novel anU Uniqun Lesion 
of the Integument of the Abdominal Wajl. \. V. 1 
Med. Kec, Feb. 3. Coleman's Multiple Wetlce in the ! 
Treatment of Stri-ture. X. Y. Med. Rec, March n. > 
Case of Transverse Septum of the Vagina Obstruct- ■ 
ing Delivery. An\. Jour. Ohs., July. Cephalic Ver- 
sion by the External Bi-Pular Method. Am. Jour. 
Obs.. Oct. 

Coleman, P. C. Cholera Infantum. .VashviUe 
Jour. Med. and Sur., July. 

Colburn, S. H. Cases from Practice. A'. E. 
Med. Gazelle ill), Aug. 

Coiiniiijsre, Ci. A, Case of Deformity of Feet. 
Toledo .Med. ami Sur. Jour., May. 

ColIinH, J. W. Rheumatic Merltm Treated Suc- 
cessfully by the Waters of the Hot Springs. Arkau- 
sas. -Int. I'racl., pec. 

Collins, L. J. The Deep Injection of Chloroform 
in Sciatica. The ('litiir, .Ian. 'id. 

Collins, Stacy U. Description ot au Apparatus 
for Measuring Irregularity in the Length of the 
Lower Extremities, .lin. ./our. Med. Srieltres, Jan. 

Collins, S. H. The Effect of Salicylic Aciil iu 
Six cases of Acutti Rheumatism. Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., March. 

Colvin, A. Foo 1 for Infant.i. I'- S. Med. fnvesli. 
yalor (H), -\<ie. 1. 

Colvin, D. Croup and Dii)htheria. .V. 1'. Mul. 
Rec, .Varrh n. 

Coiuegys, C. G. A cuse of Right Hemiplegia 
and Apliasia, with Mitral Disease of tlit^ Heart. Cin. 
Lanvt and Ohx., Jan. The (\>nipresaiou of the 
Aorta in i'OHt-Partem Hemorrhage. Cin. L'lmel itid 
Oli.i., ,Sepl. CharlutHury iu Uestrui^tlvo Dfseii ••«. 
Am. react., Oct. 

Coinpton, J. W. Solution and .Misnrptiou or 
the Best Moans of Securing the (lood Ei^'eets of 
ll^ic^<>a ip tjie cure of Discsse. ,im. V.W. III- 



Coinstock, T, <>. A case of Triplets and Non- 
Meddlesiime Midwifery, r. S. Meii. Investigator (H), 
Feb. I. The Obstetrical Forceps. l\ S. Meil. Inresli- 
gnlor ill), Sept. 15. 

Ciiunnt, Clarence M. Rigid Os-Uteri and Au- 
teversiou of the Womb during Parturition. HaUne- 
mannian Monthly. March. Similia Minimis. Ilomen. 
Time.1, July. 

Ctinklin, W. J. History of the Discovery of the 
Circulation of tUe Blood. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., 
April. 

Connor, Leartus. The Causes of Phthisis Pul- 

monaris. Oetro t Med. Jimr., March. The Medical 

Profession, its Aim and Method. Detroit Med. Jour., 

April. 

Connor, P. S. Foreign Body of Unusual Kind 

j iu the Air Passages; Tracheotomy; Spontaneous Ex- 

! pulsion after Sixteen Days. vim. Jour. Med. Sciencen, 

. Oct. Spontaneous Elimination of Syphilis. The. 

' Clinic, April 28. Tuberculosis of Bone. The Clinic, 

Aug. 4. 

Conway, W. B. Salicylic Acid in Acute Rheum- 
atism. Va. Med. .Monthly, .May. 

Cook, K. G. Uteriue Disiilacements. (Jin. Med. 
.iilvance (II), Dec. On Ozone. V. S. Med. Investigator 
(II), Oct. I. 

('Oitk, Joliii L. Germs of Diphtheria. Am. 
I'ract., ,s,jii. Malaria (Joma. Am. .Urd. Hi-Weekly, 
Dec. 2'2. 

Cook, \V. H. A Case of Albuminuria. Am. Med. 
Bi-Week y, Sept. 15. 

Cuoi'4>.c;H, .H. F. Laryngeal Phthisis uud its Re- 
lations to Life Insurance. Louisville Med. Xems, 
.March 17. A New Specuhim. Louisville Med. Xewx, 
March 24. Case of Hemorrhage from the Mucous 
Membrane of the Laryn.x. Louisville Med. .Vews. July 
28. Abscess of the Brain the result of Chronic Oti- 
tis Media. Louisville Med. Xews, Oct. 20. 

Cooper, J. F. A Case of Cystitis. Uahneman- 
nian Monthly, March. 

Coover, E. H. A New Splint for Fractures of 
the Fore-arm and Hand. Pliil. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
Jan. 27. 

Co»»v«»r, Samuel ."VI, A Case of Opium Poison- 
ing. Recovered by Hypodermic Injections of Aqua 
\mmoniis. I'hil. .Med. and Sur. Hep., May 19. 

Copeland, G. W. Vari.;o(ele; its Rational Cure. 
Boston .Med. and Sur. Jour., March 29. 

Corl>ally, T. P. Deformities and their Relations 
to Hygiene. Thr S((iiilarian, Feb. and .May. 

Corchado, M. .K New Operative Procedure for 
Elephantiasis Arabum Affecting the Lower Extrem- 
ities. .Irc.'i. !>/' ('//d. .V,,!'., .A»///. 

Cornett, W. T. S. Pepsin— "oes it Ment a 
Place in Materia Medic a. .Im. /' lof.. .Sepl. 

Cordon, Kii'.:fn<- Itoliii, The liomcopathie 
Hospital, Wards Island, New York. Ilahn-inanniau 
.Monthly. Dee. The Frenueucy aud Import of a Per- 
forate Foramen Ovale. Hahnemannian Monthly, De<;. 

Corn well, >I. J. W. Midwifery— Puerperal 
Peritonitis; Use of (Jelseniuin. Am. Supplement In 
Olist. Jour. <;/' Ureal Hrilnin and Ireland, .March. Puer- 
peral Peritonitis. Charle.tlon Med. Jour. lUid Hec, 
Jan. 

Covwin, Fred. M. The Action of Certain Ma- 
nipulations and Reagents on Calomel. .\riv Hem., 
July. 

Coskt'i'y, Osvar .J. Notes of a Case of Dynamite 
Explosion. .V.)'. Meil. Jnitr., Jan. Some Observa- 
tions on a Series of iiue Hundred aud Twelve Deaths. 
.V. )'. .)/■■(,'. Jour., ./lily. A Case of Ditl'us(! Melanotic 
SarcdUM of the Br^in following simr Diseate iu thu 
Orbit. .Md. .'ied. ./our., Mty. 



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Cotton, W. G. Death from a Concealed Hem- 
orrhage in the Femoral Artery. J'hil. Mrd. Times 
Jan. 6. 

Couch, Asa S. Introductory to the Course of 
Special Pathology and Diagnosie. Am. Uomeo., Xov. 

Courtney, F. What Was It? Louisville Med. 
News, July 14. 

Courtright, Geo. S. Dislocations of the Shoul- 
der Joint, and some of the Accidents resulting 
therefrom, with History of a Case, and Post Mortem 
Examination of the same. Cin. Lancet and 0/«., Jan. 

Cowan, K, S. Croup and its Treatment. St. 
Louis Med. ami Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Cowley, David. Cochineal in Spasms and Ner- 
yousness. Hahnemannian Mnnthli/, Feb. On the Ec- 
trotic Treatment of Variola. Hahnemannian Monthly, 
Dec. 

Cowling, Jamea. Prlsmus Nascentium cured 
by Hydrate Chloral. Am. Med. Hi- Weekly, Feb. A. 

Cowling, R. O. A Method of Measuring the 
Extremities. N. Y. Med. Rec., May 12. Iodide ot 
Potassium in Irriducible Hernia. Arch. n/Clin. Siir.. 
July. The Pathology and Treatment of Sprains. 
LouisviUe. Med. Xews, May 19. Aphorisms in Frac- 
ture. Louisville Med. News, Dec. 2'.t. 

Cox, J. H. Fate. Cin. Med. News, Feb. 

Cilley, F. H. Death from Rupture of the Heart. 
Phil. Med. and Sur. Hep., Dec. 8. 

Craig, A. G. Morbid State of the Colon and 
Rectum. R. it- L. Med. Jour., Feb. New York Phy- 
sicians and Colleges. Am. Med. Ri-U'iekty, Dec. «. 
Effects of Quinine upon the Gravid Uterus. Am. Med. 
Bi- Weekly, May 26. 

Craig, Jan. U. The Diet of Nursery Children. 
Am. Obsercer (11), Nov. 

Crane, M. Curious Case. Ohio Med. Rec, March. 

Crannier, C. C. A Singular Case of Facial Neu- 
ralgia, mi. Med. and Sur. Rep., Jan. 27. Queens' 
Hospital College. I'hil. Med. and Sur. Rep., Sept. 15. 

CranKton, J. G. Cases in Practice. Uemoval 
of Superior Ma.xilla. Severe Injury to the Face. 
Canada Lancet, Aug. 

Craven, W. C. A New Syringe. Tnledi Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Xov. 

Crawford, M. H. Acute Rheumatism Treated 
by Salicylic Acid. Va- Med. .Vmilhly. .fuly. Sudileu 
Death from Constriction of the Bowel, complicated 
with Hemorrhage. Va. Med. Monthly, Nov. 

Crawford, S. P. Chicken Gizi^rd Tea. Nimh- 
ville Jour. Med. and Sur.. .May. 

Crewey, A. A Case of Hemorrhage. Tolido Med. 
and Sur. Jour., .!«.'/. 

CreHHler, A. S. Thi' Rrgulatiou of Prostitution. 
Cin. Med. Xews, Auij. 

Crocker, .Jolin M. Erysipelas and Puerperal 
Fever. Jiostmi .Med. and Sur. Jour.. Aiii/. 2. 

Croin, J. F. A Singular Monstrosity. C. S, 
Med. Investigator (H,) -fan. IT). 

Cropper, C. W. Sulphate of Cinchonldla. Md. 

Med. Jour., July. 

Cronby, Alplius K. A lust Art in Surjjery. 
Arch. Clin. Siir., May. 

Cross, K. (;liui('al Uelioi'ts— A Casr of Dialxti s 
Mellitus Treated with I'lilonil Hjdratc; Uiliivcil. 
.S7. Louis Clin. Rec. Feb. UnflfX lusiiuity. SI. AukiV 
Clin. Rec, .fuly. Latent Gonorrhea. .St. hiuis Clin. 
Rec, .\ov. A Case of Diabitcs Mellitus Treated witli 
phloral Hydrate. Southern Med. Rec , March. 



Crothers, T. I>. Clinical Studies of Inebriety. 

I'hil. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 17. The Medicinal use 
of Alcohol as an Exciting Cause of Inebriety. Phil. 
Med. and Sur. Rep.. May 12. A Clinical Study of the 
Relations of Melanehdlia to Inebriety. I'hil. Med. 
diul Sur. Rep.. July 21. Duration, Mortality and 
Prognosis of Inebriety. Quar.Jimr. Inebriety, March. 
Atmsspheric Influimcea Controlling Inebriety, (fwir. 
.four. Inebriety, Sept. 

Culbertson, H. On the Modified Mode of De- 
tecting Paralysis of the Ocular Muscles. Am. .four. 
Med.. Sciences, Jan. Are there one or two Syphilitic 
Poisons? Cin. Lancet and Obs., Jan. 

Cunibaclcer, O. B. Pulsatilla in Neuralgia. 
Am. Homeo., Dec. 

Cnmniiiigs, J. C. Hygiene during the Partu. 
rient Period. If. S. Med. InveMigator (HI, June 16. 

Cunnlngliam, F. 1>. .\ddrcsH to the President. 
Va. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

Cuniiingliain, Franeis 1>. Amputation at the 
Hip Joint lor Malignant Disease of the Femur. Va. 
Med. Monthly, Oct. 

Ciinningliain, J. I.. A Woman without Uterus 
or Appendages. \'a. Mrd. Monthly, Feb. 

Curry, Jolin H. Spaem of the ( iliary Muscle 
or Apparent Myopia. Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour. 
Jan. Acute and Chronic Otitis. Toledo Med. and 
Sur. Jour., May. Uses and Abuses of Astringents and 
Caustics in the Treatment of Eye Diseases. ToIkIo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Curtin, K. <». Extensive Ulceration of the Small 
Intestine Following Obstruction of the Uowel. Phril. 
Med. Times, March 17. 

Curtiss. F. C Certain Points in Diphtheria. 
liutjalo .il'd. and .S'lic. Jour.. .Se/tl. 

Curtis, T. II. Diphtheria and Croup. lioston 
Med. and Sur. Jour., July 5. TIki Metric System in 
Medicine and Pharmacy. Bodmx Med. nnl .Sur. Jour., 
Dec. <). Recent Progress in Oenito-Uriuary Surgery. 
Boston Med. and .Sur. Jour., Dec. 21). 

Cusliintr, A. >I. How to Save Mothers. .V. E. 
Med. Gazette (II), Feb. 

CushliiKT, Clint€)n. On Some of the Uses of Er- 
got. Pacilic .Ved. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

<'utter, Kpbriiint. A New Uestiug and Invalid 
I 'hair. Chicni/o .Med. .four, and Fr., .Se/it. A Contri- 
bution to Laryncology. t'hicayo Med. .four, and Fr., 
Soc. Elettrolysig in Ovarian Cysts. X. Y. MeM. 
.four., .illy. Food as a Medicine in cases of Uterine 
Fibroid. Am. J'lur. (ib<.. (tcl. 

Cutler, S. I*. Death of Dr. (!harles A. Jourdan, 
Memphis, Teufi.. from tlie EITeets of Chloroform. 
Cin. .\fnl. Xcics, Aug. Piiu^al Gland — Descriptive and 
Microscopical. I'in. Ved. Xeirs, Dec. 

I)i« (''osta, tl. .M. Tlie Internal ConiplieatiouB of 
Actite EryBipelai. .{in. .four. Mat. .Sciences, ()rl. 

I)al<r, It. F. I'rausniutations and Metaninrphn- 

Hcs. I'in. Mill. .\dva>%ci' i/fi. May. Diphtheria. 

Sorrel in Scirrhus. Am. ffoiwo.. ,\iir. Death of Dr. 
<!arroU Dunham. .4m. Hi>m''o., Dec. 

Dalton, ti. K. On Medical Charities. Phil. Med. 
and Sur. Jte/i., July 21. 

Dalton, R. H. Small-pox in Lom Angeles. Pa- 
cijic .Med. and Sur. Jour.. Jan. Smith's .Vntorior 
Splint — The Suspeusion Plan. I'lirijic Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Nor. 

Dam, .\l\iile HF. Hints on tlie Treatment of 

l.'olistipcltiiin. ,SI. l.oui.< F.eltrtir .M,d. Jliuc. XoV. 

Damon, iiowaril i'\ American Dermatology. 

.\rrh. Ihrmn/ol.. Del. 

DaiitiM'tli. 1. .%. Tuben 
a Catiarv Hlnl. fliiruio M'd. 
Auatonjy of TillonM Canawr. 
F.r., April. 



•iiliisis in the I/ungs of 

Joiu-. and I'.r., Jan. Tlie 

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DanielK, J. G. Tenacity of Life in the NeRro 
Race. Louinville Med. Xewi, May 5. 

Darr. H. H. Pistnl-shnt Wound of the Braiu. 
Am. Med. Hi- Weekly. Aug. 18. 

Harrach, Win. Tubercular Degeneration of the 
Kidneys. I'hil. Med. Times, Sept. in. 

DauRlifrty, W. W. Annual Addrepa hbforethe 
KauBBB City District Medical liJocioty. .S7. Louis Me.d. 
and Sur. Jour., Nov, 

Davenport, Ralph. Hpontaneous Keduction of 
a Dislocated Humerus. I'hil. Med. and Sur. Hep., May 
5. 

Davie, -TiuImoii. Hypodermic Injections of Qui- 
nine in Malignant Malarial Fever. K. and L. Med, 
Jour., Jan. 

DavidHon, K. J. Cosmoline Creaui. Am. Jour. 
Pilar., March. 

Daviilttoii, H. C Typho Malarial and Catarrhal 

Fever, .lin. Med. Jnur. (H), Xov. 

DaviilHon, L. A. Old Flaxseed Oil ub a Topical 
Application in Pneumonia. Cin. Lancet and Obs., 
Sept. 

l>avis, Frank H. Laryngeal SpoiiRe Holder and 
Forceps. (Viicai/o Med. Jour, and Ex., Jan. The Ke.s- 
piratiou of Couipresaed and UareUod Air in Pul- 
monary Diseases. Cliicatjo Med. Jour, and Ex., Oct. 

Davjs, Irenteus .S, Subacute Rheumatic Ar- 
thritis. I'hil. .Med. and Sur. Hep., April U. 

Davis, ,J. D. Couipound Dislocation of the Knee 
Treated by Poworlul l^xtousiou and Couuter-Exteu- 
Bion. I'hil. .Med. Time.-; March 17. 

Davis, J. T. Case of Puerperal Eclampsia. Re- 
covery. Ohio .Med. and Sur. Jour., Oe.t. 

Davis, J. W, Inaugural Address. Sash. Jvu . 
Mtii. and Sur., Oct. 

Davis, N. S. cEuothtra liii'miis. Am. Praet., 
Jan. Tlie Present Status of Medical Science con- 
cerning the Cause and Prevention of Epidemic Dis- 
eases. Chioiyo Meii. Jour, and Ex., May On the 
Pathology and Treatment of certain Cases of Tys- 
menorrlKi-a. .ini. Praet., <ht. 

Davis, S. T. Ili'port of an Operation for Ovarian 
Cyst. I'hil. Hid. and Sur. lit p.. .March '.i. 

Davis, Theu. (i. Tinctiira Opii Deodoruta. .Im. 
Jour. I'hiir., .Mareli. I.iuimeut Iodide o; Ammonia, 
-l/ii. Jiiur. Pliar., Iiine. 

Davis, AVui, H. Concerning Vacc nation— A Re- 
viewer Reviewed. >)hlo .Med. Her., .Inly. Human vs. 
Animal Vaccine Virus, (ihio .Med, Her., Get. 

Davj, Kdniiinii \Y. On the Preparation of 
'^jallzeil Iron. .ini ,/o>ir. Phar.. .Voi'. A New 
Method of Detecting Alcoliol when used as an Adul- 
terant of tlie EssiMitial Oils. .Ii«. Jour. Phar., \or. 

Davy, K. B. Keli'tioii of Heat to tlie VitalTis- 
fnie. T he fUnir. June'.K How a Hi althy Individual 
liecame Tul)erculous. The I'linir. Juh/ '21. As to 
how (Juiniii and (Miulmnidia act in modifying the 
Itiidy Heal. ('in. f.nneel ai,d Dli.t., July. Loss of the 
Natural Firmness of tlie Multiparous Uterus. The 
Clinir, pee. H. 

Dawson, \V. W. Varicocele. The Clinir, April 
7. Hy.'-tericiil Joints— T'* o Cases. The t'linir. May 
11). Clinical Lecture The Clitiie, June ;tO. Fistula 
ill Alio. The Clinie, July 14. Plaster i i Surgery. 
ThcCtini(. .Vi.r. 10. Coiuiiitri\ Hypertrophy of the 
Bladder. .In/i. t'lin. ■'<ur., Jan., ami The I'iini-:, Eeh. 
!l. Excision of the t'pper .law. etc. I{. and L. Med. 
Jtnir., peh., ami The I'Unie, Jiin. (1. 

Day. Vj. .\ Fceturt Arrested in its Development 
at the Foiirtli Montli ami c.irrieil I') the Full Period 
of (testation, ('hieayo Med. Jmir.ttiid Kr.. May. 

D<-it<l<Ti<'k, <.', F.V'ilution and Naturi^ of Human 
Internal Purasit' s. yash. Jour. .Meil. and Sur.. .Ian. 
A Cas« of l*ib-.\cute Bright'B Diofnsp- .Sd'h. .lour. 
V'd and .^>ir , Vnr. 



Deal, I<eniuel J. Malt Extract. New. Rem., 
June. 

Oenn, O. A. Spinal Irritation. Phil. Med. and 
Sur. Hep., April '28. 

I)el>runncr, H. O. Daogerons Candy. Am. 
.four. Phar., Jan. Wash-Blue and its Analysis. An. 
.four. Phar., Eeh. Nitro-Beuzole in Alcoholic Bever- 
ages. Am. Jour. Phar., Oct. Iron and its Constitu- 

I ents in Regard to Pharmaceutic Preparations. Am. 

\ Jour. Phar., Nov. Street Dust. Am. Jour. Phar., 
IMc. 

I Deecke, Theodore. The Structure of the Vci- 
sels of the Nervous Centers in Health and their 
Changes iu Disease. Am. Jour. Jmanily, July. Re- 
trospect of Oerirau Literature. Am. Jour., Innaniti/, 
Oct. 

Delafleld, FranciH. Pulmonary Emphysema— 
Absence of Attacks o>f Spasmodic Asthma. A'. 1'. 
.Med. Kec, May Vi. Diabetes Insipidus Fibrous 
Phthisis. Tubercular Meningitis. N. Y. Med. Ree., 
.May 19. 

Uelamater, N. B. The Galvano-puncture in 
Ovarian Tumors. North Am. Jour. Homex)., Feb. 

Dele van, A. Alitiira Wine. Cin. Med. New», 
June. 

Dell'Orto, John. On Urinary Calculi. A'. O. 
.Med. and Sur. Jour., March. 

DeniK. K. M. Chloroform in its Medico-Legal 
Relations. Ohio .Med. Ileej)rde.r, Jan. Report ^.f a 
i;ase of Idiosyncrasy iu Regard to the Ett'ects of 
Quinine. Ohio .Med. Recorder, .March, 

Denlson, Charles. The Value of Sneezing in the 
Reduction of Hernia. Southern Med. Hec, April, and 
Va. .Med. Monthly, Jan. 

Derby, Haskett. A Report on the Percentage of 
Near Sight Found to Exi-st in the Class of IHbO at 
Harvard College. lioston Med. and Sur. Jour., March 
■i'i. A Few Prai tieal Suggestions Concerning Ex- 
traction of Catarrh. Boslon Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Nor. 1. 

Deschere, .Hartin. The Pneumatic Treatment 
of tbe Respiratory and Circulatory Organ«. North 
Am. Jour. Honieo.. Fell. Cina, a Study, with Glopsaries. 
North Am. Jiair. Home'), Any. Therapeutics of Myelitis 
Acuta, .yorth Am. .four. Ilomeo., .Vol'. 

Dessau, S. Henry. On the Therapeutical Uses 
of Salicylic Acid and its Salts. M. )'. .Med. Rec, 
April 7. The Value of Small and Frequently Re- 
peated Doses. .V. 1'. Med. Rec., July 'iS. 

Detniold, Win. Examiuatiou for Life Insur- 
ance. A'. }'. .Med. Rec, Feb. 10. 

Dewoy, Ci. A. A Lesson or Two from Bellevue- 
I'hy. and Phar., .\or. 

De <;arino, W. B. A New Truss for Forward 
Hernia. A . 1'. .Med. Rec., Auy. 4. 

De <irassi, .V. \V. .1. Unusual Detention to Lig- 
ature, (.'iinadu Lancet, Feb, 

De Itosset. AI. J. Ophthalmic and Aural Notes. 
.»/((. .Med. Jour.. S.,pl. 

DeWilt, W. II. Case liustratiU;,' the Inlluence 
of the Iiiiuginaiiim upon the Voluntary Muscles. 
\ Cin. Lancet ami obn . .Mai'<'i. Hyosi'.vnniine iu the 
I Treatment of Insanity, ('in. Lancet and Oln., Aug. 

DeWoIf, O.scar C. The Nuisance Created by 
' Reuderiutr Tanlis and Mmiiifacture of Fertilizers. 
I Chicnjo Mid. Jour, and E.e., 1>(C. 

Di'Veuy, S. ('. Peunsylviini:i Siiper.*tition. Phil. 
.Med. Tiw.<. lice. S. 

I Dilirell, Jr., J. II. Tre:itiii>nt of Carbuncle. 
I .'<oidlc ni .Mcil, Rec.. .Mai/, ami I'hil. .Med. and Sur. Rep., 
I March Ml. 

I Uleli), «'. Lewis, The Spirit of Nitroud F.ther 
) of the r. S. P.. IHTll, .4m. .four Phar., .ruly.i. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



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DickenH, James H. MaUria. NathviUe Jour. 
Med. and Sur., Aug. 

Uickinfton, Wm. ParesiR of the Third Cranial 
Nerve. St. Ltmis Mrd. and iVur. Jour., July. Heiuto- 
pia. CMcago Med. Jour, und Ex., Oct., and St. Loam 
Med. mnd Sur. Jour., Aug. 

nillard. John W. Large Foreign Body in the 
Eye. Va. Med. Monthly, April. 

Dillon, J. CompUcated Case of Ovarian Tumor. 
The Clinic, June 2. The Medical Profession and 
Medical Societies. Am. Pract., July. 

Ulmon, D. Autopsy of the Body of Dr. J. W 
Wilkie. Am. Jour. Med. Sciencet, Jan. 

Dixon, J. N. Case of Acute Rheumatism Treat- 
ed by Salicene. Ohio Med. Rec., March. Trismus 
Naseentium. Ohio Med. Rec., July. 

Dixon, Josiah. Visuum Album. Am. Ohaerver 
{H), April. 

Doane, Luig:! G. A Case of Tinea Circinatus. 
I'hy. ami Phar., Feb. A Case of Pernicious Intermit- 
tent Fever followed by Hepatic Lcjion. I'hy. and 
Phar., May. A Case of .^aatro Catarrh and Eedome- 
tritis. Phy. and Phar., Aug. A Case of Menorrhagia, 
due to Congestion of the Uterus. Phy. and Phar., 
j\ov. A Case of Frwnum Lingual. Phy. and Phar., 
Ifov. 

Dodgre, D. G. Inebriate Asylums and their 
Management. Quar. Jour. In'hrietij, June. 

Dodge, Lewis E. Pseado-Scarlatinnus or Ca- 
tarrusi Fever. U. S. Med. Invr.itigatnr (II), March 1. 
Hygienic Preventive Medicine. 17. S. Med. Investi- 
gator (H), June 1ft. 

Doe, O. W. Hospital Cases. Boston Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Oct. 18. 

Donald, A. Materialistic Psychology. Southern 
Med. Rec, Aug. 

Dott, D. B. The Acid of Willow Bark. Am. 
Jour. Phar., Dec. 

Doughty, Wm. H. The Water Supply of Agus- 
ta: The Necesaity for its Protection against Fur- 
ther and Future Contamination.^. Atlanta Med. and 
Sur. Jour., June. 

Douglas, J. .S. Scarlatina. Am. Obs. (H), April. 

Dow, T. Chalmers. Successful Ovariotomy | 
under Most Uuf.ivorable Circumstances— Extensive 
Adhe^iions with Cysto-Sarcomatous Dogeneratinn. I 
..4m. Med. Bi-Werkly, Aug. 4. Acute Inversion cf the | 
Uterus; caused by Myoflbuma. Ai.i. Med. Bi-WeeMy, I 
Ott. 13. Chronic Corporeal Endometritis— A Typical i 
Case. Md. Med. Jour., Oct. Morphia- PoiHoning-I'a- 
tient, aged Four Years, Relieved by Belladonna and 
Electricity. Va. Med. Monthly, Per. FoRtUR in Utero, 
with Remarkn on Maternal and Paternal Influences. 
Va. Med. Monthly, June Rupture of the Uterus at the 
Posterior ITtoro Vaginal Junction — C»sarian Section. 
Va. Med. Monthly, Sept. 

Dowling, Franel*. Is Oleet Communisablp ? 
The Clinic, March a. What Influence d' v a Syphilitic ; 
Father exert on his Offspring? Cin. j, i; cet ond Obt., 
May. 

Downs, Haiuuel. Case of Ascites Accompatiied 
with Ueneral Anasarca. Toledo .Ved. and Sur. Jour., 
Ntn). 

Draper, F. W. Recent Progress in Public Hy- . 
glene. Boflon Med. and .Sur. Jour., .May HI. 

Drake, J. M. Excision of the Knee Joint. Can- 
ada Mfd. and .%r. Jour., Dn: 

Draughon, A. J. Passage of Seven Brass Pins 
through the Entire Alimentary Tract, yashrille 
Jour. Med. and Sur.. Sfpt. 

Drude, Francis. A RemarkaLln ( aseof Ek;hiuo- j 
coccus Treated by Pomegranate aad Aspiration. Va. i 
Med. Monthly, Dec. ] 

DruetHpg, C. ChATlesi. Analysis of Cotton Boot ' 
Park. Am,Jnnr.rhiir.,Aug. 



Drysdale, ThomaH M. On the Use of the 

Ohlorate of Potassa iu Diphtheria and Pseudo-Mem- 
brauouH Croui). Phil. Med and Sur. Rep., March 17. 

Dubois, Henry A. On the Open Treatment of 
Wounds. .V. r. Med. Rec, March 24. Some of the 
Uses of Vaseline and Salicylic Acid In Obstetrics. 
y. r. Med. Rec, March 31. Vaseline and Salicylic 
Acid in Medicine. A', r. Med. Rec, Ajn-il 21. On the 
Treatment of Fracture of the Thigh by Means of a 
Moditlcation of Buck's Apparatus and Improved 
Plaster Bandage. A'. )'. Med. Rec. Aug. 4. 

Du<IIey, D. E. An Improved Ophthalmoscope. 
A', r. Med. Rec, Dec 1. 

Dugas. L.. A. Ophthalmia Neonatorum. Burns. 
A Simple Process for Removing Foreign Bodies from 
the Eye. Reduction of Strangulated Hernia. A'. O. 
Med, and .Sur. Jour., March. 

Duhring, Louis A. Case of a Bearded Woman. 
Arch. Dermatol, April. 

Duke, B. F. Embryotomy Under Difficulties. 
Phil. Med. and .Sur. Rep., March 31. 

Dulles, C. W. Supra-Pubic Lithotomy. Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, July. Allgemunes Erankenhaus 
Weiu (Service of Dr. Monto.) Phil. Med. Times, Aug. 
4. Four Cases of Carebral Injury. Phil. Med. Timet, 
.Sept. 29. Irrigation of the Largb Intestine. Phil. 
Med. Time.i Dec. 2>. Supra-Pubic Lithotomy, 
Southern Med. Rec, Sept. 

Dunini, A. W. Poisoning by Corrosive Subli-. 
mate. fMi'o Med. Recorder, Sept. 

Dunun, S. C. Foreign Bodies in Nostrils. 
QueKtiiius in DiagnoKis. Action of Quiuia in Mala- 
rial Fevers. Ohio Med. Recorder, .March. Action of 
Quiuia as a Curative Remedy. Ohio Med. Recorder, 
June, Some Observations on the Clinical History 
and Treatment of the late Epidemic of Dysentery 
in Delaware Co., Ohio. Ohio Med. Recorder, Xov. 

Duncan, George C Tetanus, following Ampu- 
tation of the Index Finger. Treated with Chloral 
Hydrate. Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 

Duncan, T. CJ. Clinical Success in Scarlet Fever, 
C S Med. Invesligator I.H), Feb. 1. Sexual Wealfness. 
U. S. Med. Investigator (II), March 1. Diseases of 
Childfeu. r. S. Med. Invetligator (II), June 16. 

Duuliani, Carroll. Ovarian Tumor cured by 
Colocyutli. U. S. .Ved. Med. Incestigalor (H), Sept. I. 

Dunn, J. S. Small-Pox as it Occurred in Oak- 
ville, Texas, vim. Med. Bi-Weekly, April 14. 

Diipuy, Kugene. The Actual Cautery in Spasms 
Paralysis" and E'liilepsy. \. Y. Med../'ur.,Jan. Phy- 
siologv of the Brain, etc, .V. )'. Med. Jour., May- 
Pathology and Treatment of Reflex Motor Symptoms. 
Paralysis Contractions, etc. Chimgo Jour. Nermuf 
and .Vndal />«.«.. April. 

Du SauIIe, Le Grand. A Case of Catalepsey. 
Ohio .Med. ami Sur. Rep., (//), Jan. 

Dwight, Thomas. Varicocele in the Female. 
Boston Med. ami Sur, Jmir., Feb. lH. Recent Progress 
in Anatomy. Boston Med. aiui Sur. Jour., March 1 and 
Sept. (i. 

Oyer, Geo. A. Cas-'s in Practice. .Southern Med. 
Rec, Feh. Maternal Impressions. .Southern Med. 
Rec, .Sept. 

Dyer, J. F. A Case of Tetanus. Boxton Med. ami 
,Sur. Jour., .Man-h IS. 

Kagen, S. xomc Practical ObscrviitiouH on Rec- 
tal Kigestiou and Absorption. Am. .Med. Bi-Weekly, 
March 17. 

Karle, Clias. Warrington. Hydarirtiforni De- 
generation of the Chori' n. Chicago Med. Jour, and 
F.T.. Jan. The I'o souous Effects of Arnica. Chictifjti 
Mert. .fntir. ami Er., Sfftt. 

]$»r^e, FDju.V' The Cnr.'hility of Insanity. Am, 

.four. fnxnnt'M, y\firii 



OlASSiriED iY AtJTHOBB. 



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Eaitley, K. T. Absorption of the Vaginal Mu- 
cous Membrane. I'liil. Mul. ami Sur. Ufp., July 'iH. 
Ua^mathorax. Va. Med. Monthly, (hi. TuniorB of the 
External Ear. Am. Med. Hi-Weekly, Jiin. 'HI Surgi-ry 
of the Hand. H. and L. Med. Jimr., July. Toxio Effects 
of the Bromides. Am. Med. lii-Weekly. .\nv. '24. 

EaHt, C. U. Pancreatomy. Am. Med. Hi-Weekly, 
Miircll H. 

Kastman, H. G. Water Supply of New York. 
The Sanitarian, Feb. 

Katon, F. B. Case of Stricture of the Rectum 
and Urethra; Peritoneal FiHtula; Uecto-Urethiul 
Fistula; Fistula ia Ano; Probable Spoutaneoug Rup- 
ture of Membranous Urethra. lippurted for Dr. H. 
£. Jones. 4n». Jour. Med. Scienc-s, July. 

Katon, Ai, M. Experience with Diphtheria. U. 
.V. Med. IneeMigalor (//), Feb. 16. Is it Necessary to 
make Vaginal Examinations ? Cin Med. Advance (//), 
Dec. 

Kdebohls, Geo. M. Cresotinic Acid in Acute 
Articular Rheumattsm. N. ¥. Med. Rec, May 5. 

Kdes, R. T. Nitrate of Pilocarpine. Boston Med 
and Sur. J„ar., Aug. 2. 

Kdgrar, Win. .S. The Relations of the Medical 
Profession t* the Medical Schools. .S7. LouU Med. ami 
flur. Jour., Dec. 

Ktlison, T. A. Laboratory Notes. Am. Jour. 
I'liar., Fell. 

KilmiHton, D. W. Solvent for Salicylic Acid. 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

KdniondH, W. A. Infantile Dietetics. Am' 
Ilomeo, Dec. Concerning Attenuation. ('. .V. Med' 
Investigator (H), Oct. 15. 

KdHon, Benjamin. Some Points Respecting 
Diphtheria. A'. J'. Med. Rec, May 5. 

Kdwards, C. L. A Case of Hydrophobia. Rus- 
tvn Med. and Sur. Jour., .March 15. 

KdwardM, Tom. O. Case of Biliary Calculi; 
Duodenitis, and Pancreatitis, Death and Autopsy. 
Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

£f;an, J. C. Remarkable cases Requiring Ciesar- 
ian Section. X. O. Med. atul Sur. Jnur . July. 

KgKlestoii, K. R. A Proposed BaHis for the 
Settlfuieut of the Potency (Question. Ohio Med. and 
Sur. Rep. {//), May. The Molecular Constitution of 
Nerve Tissue Considered in its Relation with Ner- 
vous Manifestations. Ohio Med. and Sur. Rep. (//). 
July. Natural and Drug Diseases. If. S. Med. Inveji- 
tiyator (II), A«c. 1. 

Khrinan, B. K. Arnica in Puerperal Peritonitis 
U. S. Med. Inveatiijatnr (II), May 15. 

Klder, ThoniaM A. On an Obscure Hepatic Af- 
fection. I'hil. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feh.'.i. Ammonia 
in Snake Bite. I'hil. Med. and Sur. Rep., Aug. 11. 

Klderdice, R. B. Case of Typhlitis, with Per- 
forative Ulcwratiou of Intestine, ('in. Med. Xews. 
Feb. Notes of Troatmeut— Cbrebro-Splnal Menin- 
gitis — Chronic Ovaritis — PblegmitHia Dolens— Puer- 
peral Mania. Cin. .Med. Xewx, June. 

Kley, >t. .1. Atmospheric Aunisthctsia. Phil. 
Med. and Sur. Rep, April '21. Breast Troubles in In- 
fants. J'hil. Med. and ,Sur. R>p., July 21. 

Kliot, Joliiison. Simultaneous Ligation of the 
Carotid and Sul)-clavlan Arteries for Aneurism ot 
the Arteria Inominata. Am. Jour. Meil. Sciences, April. 

Kllinf;*^r, Lt^opold. On Extra Abdominal In- 
versiau. Am. Jour. (Mis., April. 

KIUh, a, N. Atrophia Sulphas in Acute Myriu 
gitisanil Otlt'S. Chicdi/o Med. Jour, and AV., Feb. 

KHIk, Calvin. Constant Irritation iu Chronii- 
CyMtitis. Himton .Mid. and Sur. Jour., April .5. Thi- 
Point of Origin iu the so-called Brovchial Respira- 
tion. Hoaliin Med. and Sur. Jour., July 6. Ulcerative 
£ndor.arditis; Embolism of the Arteries of the Leit 
Leg. ho»Um Med. and Sur. Jour., \ov. 15. 



Ellis, E. ■ . Inrersion of the Uterus. IT. S. 
Med. Invettigalor (H), Sept.lH. 
Elmer, Albert U. The Functions of Digestion 

in its Relation to Health and Disease. CHn. Med. 
Xews, May. 

Ely, Edwaril T. A Contribution to the History 
of Hypermitropia. X. V. Med. Rec, March 10. A 
Modification of Siogles Otoscope. .V. r. Med. Rec, 
.May 12. 

Ely, Smith. Case of Perityphylitic Abscess. N. 
y. Med. Rec, Sept.V.). 

Emmert, Kmil. Ophthalmological Communica- 
tions. Arch. Ophtltal' and Otol., Vol. VI, page Mi. 

Emmet, Thomas Addis. Removal of a Fibrous 
Tumor from the Uterus by Traction. Am. Jour. 
Obs., Jan. Cumpllcated Veslco-Urethro- Vaginal Fis- 
tula. Am. .four. Obs., Jan. On the Proper Treatment 
for LaceratiouBof the Cervix tteti. Am. I'racL.Jav. 

Knde, C. Am. Ethereal Extract of Pumpkin 
Seed, Xew Rem., Sept. 

Enders, F. H. Leprosy in the Sandwich Islands. 
Louisville Me4. Xews. Sept. '29. 

Ensel, Hugo. The Diagnosis and Treatment of 
Some Forms of Syphilitic Nervous Affections. I'hil. 
Med. Times, Dec. 22. 

Engelmann, Geo. J. Early Pregnancy. St. 
Louis Med. and .Sur. Jour., May. 

Erlchsen, A. 'treatment of Diphtheritis with 
Hydrargyrum Cyanatum. Hahnemannian Mi.nlhly, 
May. 

Erwln, R. W. Submucous Ligation of Hemor- 
rhoids. -V. 1'. Med. Rec, Dec. 22. 

Eskridge, J. T. Partially Closed Foramen Ovale. 
Phil. Med. Times, July 21. 

Evans, <ir. A. Case of Traumatic Tetanus. SotUh- 
em Med. Rec, Oct. 

Kvj.nH, ThomaH B. Hay Fever. Va. Med. 
Monthly, June. 

Evers, Edward. A Case of Complex Labor. .S7. 
Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 

Eve, Paul F. Introductory Address before the 
Students of the Nashville Med. College, Oct. 1, 1»77. 
R. and L. Med. Jour., Nov. 

Fairchlld, Chas. Plaster of Paris in the Treat- 
of Surgical Injuries. Cin. Lancet and Obs., Nov. 

Fairchild, Francis Gerry. The Microscope in 
the Detection of Crime. A'. 1'. Med. Rec, .Sept. 15. 

Farnham, C. E. Hay Eever. Phil. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., Xnv. 10. 

FallH, W. H. A Glance at some of the Contribu- 
tions of America to the Science of Medicine, from 
1770 to lH7f). (^in. Lancet ami Obt., .March. 

Farnh)im, Edivard. A Case of Vitiligo in an 
lutaut. Rost'in .Ved and Sur Jour., June 'IS. Chloro- 
dyue. Hoiton Med. and .Sur. Jour., Dec. '11. Rupture 
of the Femis during Rapid Labor. Am. Sup. Obst, 
Jour. Great liritain and Ireland, July. 

FartiuharHon, R. J. Axillary Aneurism : Liga- 
tion of the Right Sub-Clavian Artery. Am. Jour. 
Med. .Sciences, April. 

Farrnn, James. The Illinois I.aw Concerning 
the Practice of Medicine. St. Louis Med. and Sur. 
Jour., Dec 

Farrlngton, E. A. Cuprum in Defective Reac- 
tion. Home.il. T imes. April. Notes on Nasal (Catarrh. 
Ilomeo. Times, June. Traumatic Hydrocephalus. 
llomeo. T imes, Oct. Homeopathy as a .Science. Hah- 
nemannian .Monthly, .May. .laborandi. Am. Ilomeo., 
Ocl. 

Fauiitleroy, A. M. Advances in Therapeutics. 
r<(. .Med. .Monthly, Jan. 

Faust, Louis. Skin Urafting. Am. Honuo., 
Sept. 



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Feltoii, I^. E. DcaiTiptfon of a Now luhaler for 
Chloride of Animoniuni. .V. )'. Miil. W«'., Die. 15. 

Fenn, C. T. The Major AinputatiouH in Cook Oo. I 
HoxpitalH, During Eleven Years Ending Dec. ISV."). ' 
t'hiiixgii Mill. Jiiur. awl Ex.. t>ct. 

Fenwiok, <ie«». K. Ulceration and Stricture of 
the Hectuni. Camul'i Med. and Siir. Jmir., .Vay. Col- ■ 
otoruy in Left Oroin. daniuhi Miil. und Sttr. Juiir.. 
itaij. Case of IVoas AbHce.s.s following ExciHiou of , 
TeHtlcle. Case of Lithotomy. Cnnadii Med. and Siii: 
Jiiur.. June. CaHt^ of Anenriwrn of the luiiominate . 
Artery. C'lnndn Med. undSur. Jmir.. .Von. CaHOof Ex- 
cl.sion of the Kueo Joint. Canada Med. and Sue. Jour., 
Dee. '■ 

Ferffusoii, A. A. Midwifery Statintics. Canada 
Med. Hec. Jan. 

Ferris, J. A Cantharin Case. 
liafnr (Hi, Fell. 1. 

Field, Chaunoy Mitchell. 

Removal by External Incision 
March 10. Median Lithotomy. 
M<v/. 

Field, Huuie. Acute Rheumatism 
.Vimthli/. Jan. 

('aso of Gun-Shot in,)ury of 
'Canaila Lancet, April. 
Uospit&l Cases. }i(i.tton Meil. 



V. S. .Med. Investi- 

Needlo in Larynx — 

iV. y. Med. liee., 

N. r. Med. Jour., 

Va. Med. 



I.' 



Fife, tJoKepli A. 

the Brain — Uei^overy. 

FiHeld, W. A. B. 

and Sur. Jour., A'jc. 15, 

Finley, J. H. Sixty Cases of Poisoning by Ar- 
senic. .V. V. Med. Jmir., Oct. 

FiHher, A. Leroy. Crusta Lactea. r. .V. Med. 
Investiijntor (H\. Jan. 1. 

Fisher, Alexander. M\iltlple ITrethral Stricture 
and Urinary Fistula. Cliicai/o M'd. Jinir. anil Ex., Stjit. 

Fisher, A. \V. Sanitary Condition of cities. 
Tiiled'i .Med. and Sur. Jnur., .March. Case of Deformity 
of Feet. Tiiledo .Med. ami Sur. Jour.. .May. 

Fisher, t". K. Texas for Consumptives. Uahne- 
VKinnian .Munthly, Sept. 

Fisher, The«»«lori> W. Recent Progress in Men- 
tal Diseases. Hoston .Me I. awl Sur. Jour., .March '29. In- 
sanity and the Revival. /io.iti>n Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jul II 19. 

Fiske, .1. 1>. On the Treatment of Syphilis by 
Hypodermic Injections of Mercury. Md. .Med. June. 
Oct. 

Fiske, "W. M. L. Surgical Treatment of Hemor- 
rhoids. Hninen. Timet, April. 

Fiteli, Orahuiii N. Surgical Treatment of Biii- 
lepsy. Am. I'rait., F'b. and Oct. Operations for 
Strangulated Hernia. Am, I'rnct., .March. 

Fitch, SiniDii. A Handy .Aspirator. .V. 1". .Med. 
Jour., .V'/r. 

Fiteli, T. Davis. Encephaloid (Saucer in a child 
Two Years and Seven Months Old. Cliicago .Med, Jour, 
and Ex., Aug. 

Fitch, AV. H. Four Cases of Chronic Eczema 
Treated b.v Nerve Tonics and Electricity. Arch. Der- 
matol, July. 

Fit/,. K"KiiiaId H. Rupture of the Healthy 
lEs'ppljaHUS. Am. Jour. .Med. Science.^, Jan. Sudden 
Death from Euib ilisui. lioflou .Med. and Sur. Jour , 
Jan. '25. Recent I'roKrehs m Pathology and Patho- 
logical Anatomy, liimtou .Med. and Sur. , /our., .\or. 15. 

Fit/slininoiis, J. F. Opium Poiaouiug. Toledo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., .May. 

Fletcher, \V. K. Twins— Retained Placenta. 
Am. I'racl., A/irit. 

Flies, Kiiiii. Galvano-Puucture of a Hydro- 
varinni. .V. )'. M'd.Jour , Jan, 

Flint, .tustin. Results of Clinical Studies Ke- 
latiug to PhthisiH. Am. I'racl.. Fe.li. Pneutuatii 
Fever. -V. r. Med. Rec., July 14. Lecture on tlie 
Heart. .V. }'. .Me.d. ilec, .Sept. iS. Lectures on Dis- 
ease of the Heart. xV. )'. Med. Jiec, Sejil. 8. 



Flint, Austin, Jr. Experiments on the Effects 
upon Respiration of Cutting oil' the Supply of Blood 
from tin) Hrain and Medulla Oblongata. .V. 1'. .Med. 
Jmir., A'»i'. 

Flo'wers, S. B. Salicylic Acid. 'Vn. Med. Monthhi, 
March. 

Fluckijjer, F. A. Practical Notes on the Ro- 
tary Power of the Volatile Oils. Am. .lour. J'har., 
June,. 

Folsinn, ('has. II. The Jurisprudence of In- 
sanity in .N'ew York. Iln.ilon Med. and Sur. Jour., 
.March 15. The Treatment of Insanity. Mo.itnn .Med. 
and Sur. Jmir., lice. •>». 

Forbes, 1). A Case, \a.ihcillc .lour. .Med, iiiiil Sur,, 
Mai/. (Jbstetric Practice, .tin. Med. IliWeekly, July 

7. 

Forhes, <r. F. Constipation. .V. E. .Med. Gazelti 
{II), June, 

Forbes, S. Observations mi Colles' Fracture, 
with ('ase. Tol'do Med. and Sur. .lour., Dec. 

Forchheiiner, F. Notes on Diseases of Chil- 
dren. The Clinic, Jan. Y.i. Th(^ Treatnu^nt of Sep- 
ticwmia and Pyimiia. The clinic, Fcli. 21. Thirteen 
Cases of Uacliitis. The Clinic, April W. Remarks 
on Scrofula. The Clinic. Aug. IH. 

Ford, Kdwiii V, Religion and Science. ,St. 
Louis Eclectic Mill. Jour.. Dec. 

Ford, S. F. Two Cases of Ascites. Successfully 
Treated with Io<liue liijections. Canada Lancet, Fib. 

Ford, W. Huston. Urethrotomy, Internal and 
External, with Illustrative Cases. .'\t.' Louis Mid. and 
Sur. Jour., Sept., Oct and .\ini. 

Ford.v<!e, . Puerperal Convulsions. JIuffalo 

.Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan. 

Forest, W. K. Quinine and Hydrobroraie, Acid. 
.V. 1'. .Med. lie.c , .March 17. Retention of Placenta 
from Atmospheric Pressure. .V. 1'. .Med. Hcc.,Jlec. 1. 

Forinento, A. Case of Sympathetic Ilystcro- 
Neurosis ol the Stomach, .im^ Jour. Oti.i., July. 

Forster, Fdward I... 'three Cases of Dysen- 
tery Tr(sitod Suciessl'ully by Large Doses of Ipe- 
cacuanha given by the Non-Emetic Plan, linston 
Mid. and ,Sur. Jour.. Feb. 22. 

Forsyth, F. I« Case of Perinephritlc Abscess. 
.V. )•. .Med. lice. Of'. '20. 

Fort, ('. II. A Case of Exophtlialmic Goitre. 
Am. .Med. Iti-\y,ekhi. Aiiril M. Scarlet F<'ver and its 
Treatment. Am. .Med. lU'Wrchiy. Dec. '22. 

I'ort. Wiley 1{. A Case of Cca-e.bro Spinal Men- 
ingitis. ,V. O. .Med. and ,^'ur. Jour., Jan. 

Fortner, B. F. Post-Partum Hemorrhage. \'ix. 

.Med. Monthly, Sept. 

I'^orwood, W, Stump. Preliminary Education 
of Medical Students. J'hil. Med. a d ,Sur. Itcp.. Jan. 6. 
The Inlialation of Flint Dust. I'liil. .Med. and Sur. 
lie),.. June <J. 

Foster, A. W, On the Nature and Excitint? 
Causes of Vaginismus. Am. .Mil. Ni-Wc kly. Aor. 10. 

l''oster, I). W. Chloroform in Hepatic Obstiuct- 
ions^Ah^ohol in Coiisumption. I'tnl. .Mcd.aiid Sur. 
I{ip.. Fcli.n. Mecliaiiier.l Dysmeliorrhaa and "-ter- 
ility. I'hil. .Med. mid Sur. Hip.. Fih. '21. Dose and 
Mode of Administering,' Mtiatenf Silver. I'hil .Med. 
and Siir. Hep.. .S'rjd. 22. 

Foster, F. H. Myopiii and its Theraiieutics. U. 
S. Med. lure.itiijator III). July I. .Middle Ear of lu- 
• farts, r. S. .Med. Ince.itiiialur {III. D c. I. 

Foster, Frank 1*. On the iimmhk ol Rendering 

Vaginal Injections Sale and I'lllLient. Arch. Clin. 
Sue. Oct. 15. 

F<»ster, K. N. Ante-Partiim Hemorrliago Con- 
trolled by 1-resHiire on the Fcetus. ,1m. Ilomen, July. 
Obstetrical Notes, ,1m. Jloweo, Dec 



tlLASfllPTED BY AUTHORS. 



17 



FatlKM-Klll, iT. Mllnrr. BilUnuHnoRH and it!< 
lMnnaf{('iiii'Ut. I'hil. Mnt. Tiim:-', Jinif 'J3. 

Foiilkrixl, John. Nntit on Uio Clinical Study ot 
Coltoii Hoot. /•Iiil. Mill. TimiH, S''/il. 1. | 

■■'iintaliK*, A. W. Ilclicf f'lr AKtliiim. Am. Atiil. 
Hi- \\'ir/,l(/, .Inn. (i. EH'iuIh of (jniiilDB ou the (Iravld ! 
lltoniB. ' .1/(1. .Mill. Hi- WlLUi. Mairli M. 

Kowler, <i«'«>. It. On a New and Simple MetUoil 
for thf Qnantitutive Kstinjationof Urea. iV. )'. .We'/. 

./')»/•., Jlinr. [ 

FowUt, II. r. Ttio Faulty Menu of Boarding | 

SiUooIh. 'J'f«' Saiiit<t)ian, .Wir. I 

KowItM", SiluH W. Nervorum Erothisimuw, or 
Kibility of the Norvi'n. Uiii. Laiuil <iiitl (ths., Si-pl. 

Vox, Alb«Tt. "Li't tbcre be Light." .\. 1'. 

.)/.(/. Eilirlir, Sipl. 

Kox, <J«M>. Ilt'iiry. A Caso of Lichen I'lanui. : 
Arcli. Hiriiiiildl, ./(III. An (Ji.UHual Form of Bulbous 
F.ruptloii. Arch. Ih'niKildl, Oil. Notcn on HUin Dia- 
cnHPK. I'lii/. anil J'liiir.. .Mill/. BibulouH I'apor.and its 
Vk.'H in tile Troatnient of Venereal Disease. Oliin ! 
.)/«/. itml Siir. ,/iiiij., Jiini'. 

Fox, I»€'t«T I". Tincture of Kino which will not | 
Cflatinize. Am. .lanr. I'hnr.. ./inir. | 

Francois, Ktlward K. A Case of UydrophoWa. i 

lliislnn .Mill, anil .s'lir. Jmii.. Mil if 17. j 

Fran<'l«, <J<'o. 10. Tlie Obstetri.' Baf,'. liiintnn 
Mill, iinil Siir. ,/iiiir., Jiim 'JK. j 

FraiiUfl, Kdward. AneholoHis of Shoulder 
Joint. .V. y. Mril. .Iiiui.. Dii: 

Fraiik«'nl)»'rK, t)tto. Case of Cancer of the : 
Stomach. Oliin .Mill, nml Sin: ./niii., Ocl. 

Franklin, V. V. Annual Address to the Western 
AcHdemy of Homeopathy. /'. .S'. .l/.i/. Innstiifiilur 
(//). ./iiH. 1. On the Treatment "f Siiinnl Curvature. , 
/". .\. .Milt, /ni'islli/iil.ir (II). -Vor. 1. i 

I''ranklin, <i. S. Motto: "Olista I'rincipis"— A i 
I'Ica for Hlu'li Aims in the Medical I'rofcBsion. ('in. | 
l.iiuitl and Olis., .Jiini . 

Frant/,, J, F. Xaiithoxylum. Huhnfinnnniiui i 
.Mnilthlll. Miliill. I 

Fre<Mf«k»', <'. <'. Vaseline. I'hi/.anil I'lini-., Aug. \ 

FrtM-niaii, t'. A. Hidden Hemorrhage. I'hil. 
Mill, nml Siir. h'lji.. .\iiii. 11. Maternal Impressions. ', 
I'hil. .Mill, and Sm. Uiji'.. Dec. *•. 

Fr«'n«'li, <i«'o. M. The Uespiratory Brace, lins- , 
tun .Mill, nml Snr. .Iiaii:. Mmj ii. 

Fr«>n<'li, II. <'. Tre&tment of Diphtheria. Ohiu ■. 
.Mill, ami Nni: liiii. {II), .Inn. 

Frie«l«'nwa1«l, A. Indications for the Knni'lea- 
tion of the Eye-ball, and the correction of tlie De- 
formity, by tlie inscn'tion of an Artihcial Eye. I'iii. 
.Mill. AVkw, .\'ir. 

Frl«'M«', M. A Case of Chronic Nasal Catarrh. | 
llnhiii iiinnninn Munllihi. .Ma;/. 

Fritts, (;. K. Keport of a case of Fracture ol , 
the Eleventh Dorsal Vertebra. I'hi/. nml I'hnr., Frli. \ 
A Case of Puerperal Eclampsia. I'lni. nml I'hnr.. Feb. j 

FroHt, <5. 11. S( rotula in the Negro Bare. I'hit 
Mill, anil Snr. Riji.. Mnnh :\. Some Corroborative , 
Facts in regard to llcj Anatnmical Ditlerence Be- I 
tween the Negro ami White BaceB. Am. .Imir. Olm.. ^ 
.ipril. A New Material for Splints. Ohio Miil. anil | 
Sur. Hi'l>. (//). .V-,c, I 

Frotlilnjfliani, <i. F. I'ulsatingTumorof Orbit 
Uesenibling True .Aneurism. .((». .Imn: .Mn!. .v.i, net .<, i 
Jan. Some Anonuilous Cases of '"yplioid Fever H- 
lustrating the I heraiomctrical Variations in the 
Onset and Course of Disease. A', nml I.. .Mnl. .hnir.. 
Mail, anil IMnnl .Mfil. .Imir.. Frl>. 

Frowort, Chas. W. A Case of Vomiting in 
Pregnancy Successfully Treated with Ingluvin. A'. 
1'. .»/(■((. Ui'C. Oil. -M, anil ('in. Mnl. .Vcicv. Xiw. 



FriiltnlKlit, Henry. DoUvory of the Breech 

with ForcepH. Va. Mnl. .Mnnlhly, July. 

FriiitiilKlit, <I. H. Fracture of the Ilnmnrus 

near the Condyles. Anh. Clin. Snr., March. 

Fry, Henry I). Axillary Aneurism Successfully 
Treated by Shot Bag Pressure. jV. J'. Meil. .Innr., 
Niiv. 

Fryer, lUencMiwe E. A ModiHeation of tho 
Sims Speculum. A'. 1'. .!/«(/. Kic, Sept. 'i'l. 

Fuller, Win. Surgical Shock. Canaila Mnl. liec. 

Fell. Treatment of Meningitis. Vanwln Meil. Ue.r., 

Am/. Case of Cerebral Tuben'le. Canaila .Meil. Hn:, 
Dec. 

Fulton, \lexancler. Case of Membraneous 
Croup. New Method of Treatmiuit. I'hil. Meil. and 
.Sur. l{ep.. .Maij 12. 

Fulton, .1. Case of Empyema— Treatment by 
Carbolated Iodine Lotion. Canada Lancet. Ocl. 

FundenberB, <Jeo. B. Carcinoma Uteri. J'hil. 
Med. ami Sur. Hep.. March '.i\. Kemarks on the Best 
Methods of Promoting Post-Partum Uterine Con- 
tractions. J'hil. Med. and ynr. Hep., .lull/ 28. Uetro- 
version and Iinpactiou of the Gravid Uterus, Oom- 
plicated with Cancer, Ste. .l/ii. .four. Olis.. ,fnli/. 

FiirneHs, \\. H. A Layman's Experience of 
Homeopathy. .Xnrlh Am. .fmir. Ilnmcn.. Nov. 

<iaar<ler, O. V. A Case of Malarial Unilateral 
Byperidrosis. SI. Lunis Clin. I{er., Dec. 

(iabell, . Verba Santa. Smilhern .Med. lire. 

July. 

<tHillar<l, Kdwar<l. A Beady Test for Arsenical 
('onipounds. ,1m. .hair. I'hnr.. .March. Weights and 
Measures. .!"(. J<nir. I'liar.. .May. 

(iallison, .1. C Sclerosis of Stomach— Arseni- 
cum. N. F. Me.d. I.'iizelie IHI, .March. 

(iallolM, N. ErytUropUeum Guineeusi> and Cou- 
miuga. .\m. .Inui. I'har.. Jan. 

<iallou|><-, J. F. Treatment of Fracture ot tho 
Patella. Ilnslim .Med. an I Snr. Jour., .iui/. IC. 

tiardner, I). \V. General Tuberculosis. St. 
Lniii.i Med. and Snr. Jniir.. .Mnnh. 

<iar<lner, tlolin. case of Placenta Prirvia. .S7. 
Lnuin C in. Her., .inij. Forcible Flexion in Fibrous 
Adhesion.^. Canada Lancil. Oct. 

Gardner, . Progressive I'eruieious Aucamia. 

Canada .Mnl. and Sur. Jour, .Marcli. 

Oardner, .T. Are Bacteria Normal V Am. Irnct., 
March. 

(iardnei', .TanieM T. Belation between Topo- 
grii)ihical Surveys and the Study of Public Health. 
The ,'<anilnriiin, .Sciil. 

(Jardner, K. W. Phosphorus Assimulation. A'. 
J'. Mnl. Ilic.. Jnn. '2f nml Mny 1!>. 

<iari'es«'Iie, II. S. Clinical Bcports- Popliteal 
Aneurism mistaken forOsteo-Sarcmna; .Amputation. 
St. I.miin Clin. I{ec., June. Clinical Reports, Exten- 
sive Fracture oi the Skull, etc, .S7. Lmiif Clin. Iter., 
Niiv. 

(iarretson, James K. .\ Surgical Engine. I'hil. 
Mnl. YVm-.v. A'"!'. 10. 

(iarrlnues, H. J. How Long Ought Women to 
stay in lied after Delivery? .Iw. .Mnl. I{i-]\'nhly, 
Ocl'. i:t. 

<Jarrison, II. I>. A Case of Frequent Failure of 
Pliospliorns as a Therapeutic Agent. I'hy. and I'har., 
Fell. 

(iarrisoii, J. IJ. Autiscptie Surgery. I'hil. .Mnl. 
and Sur. Hip.. Man-h 21. 

GaHt««n, J. !*leF. Local Spasm of the Womb, 
with Retention of the Placenta and Hemorrhage. A'. 
I 0. Med. and Sur. Jnur.. July. 



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INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNlCATlONb, 





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IaE 



Oatohell, Charles. Carcinoma of thn Llvpr 
without Eulargoinunt ur Uonglioiiiiif<. ^tiii. Ilomen, 
Oct. Plumbum In (Urrhotic Kiduoy. Am. /lumni, 
Th-c. 

Oatclit*]], Vm \, Home Exi)oriiiioutM on the 
Frog with Ibtrin Amaru, ynrtli Am. Juki: Unmm, 
Fill. 

(intclit'll, H. I*. lMuiit-< In tlii^ Slecpiiin Itooni. 
The KindiTKarteu. Am. 0!>s. {II), Ihr. Hcllt'borc 
PyniH Americana. Surtliuvflirn A)niiilint (//), Jiili/. 
The LunK!* no Furnaic. I'. S. Miul. Ini-i'fliniitin (li), 
Jim. IS. 

<Jay, <«e«>. W. Antineptic Surgery at thi' lioHtou 
Hospital, lidstiiii Mill. nmlSiir. Juiir.. AV^. l.'i. Two 
SuccCBwful Canort of Ovariotomy. /IosIidi MiiI. tvul Siir. 
Jiiiir., .Marrh 2\t. Hoh-pital ('a«<'R. llnslmi .Mul. ami .'<ni: 
Jour, Si'pl 0, Oil 4 iinil Am: '2'_>. 

(la.yloril, K. P. An Accidental I'roviug of Iodine. 
Ohio Mfil. and Siir. Hep. {/I). .Mnifli. 

Gazzo, •Toliii H. C. Tlie Treatment of Enlarged 
Hplobu by Intra VenoUH Injection. I'hil. Miil.aml Sur. 
K'p., .Wiinl, ]((. 

Gcbliard, (ien, S. fremor as a .Symptom of 
Nervous Disease. I'ln'l. .^hil. ami .S'h;-. /{, /i., Jiinf 23. 

<iebs«<r, K. Paralytic ('onver^;eut Straliisnius, 
Facial Paraly.«is, etc. SI. f.oiiia .)liil. atiil Sin. ./mii:. 
Jim. 

(iedcliiiKs, W. H. Aiken as a Health Station. 
Cliiniitlim .Mill. Juui: ami ltd:. Jim. 

<ii>hriiiiK< KuK«*ii« <'. A New Antevorsion I'ea- 
sary. St. I.mii.i .)/>■(/. ami .S'l/c ./.<»/•., ./(////. Tlu- circu- 
lar Bandage as a Remedy in Tlionicic Allcctiona. 
Am. I'raii.. Aiii/. A Sign of Karly l'regnan( y. Am. 
I'riiil.. J tit II . 

Geiiois, LoiiIh, Tluiture of Catechu, .im. Jmn: 
I'hai:. .Vaiih. Emulsion of Oil of Turpentine. .Im. 
Jiiiii: I'liat:. Julij. 

Gerald, F. AV. Who are Uegular PliysiciaiiH'/ 
A', y. Mill. KrUi-tii: Jim. 

G<>ral<I, F. L Death of Gen. Wasliiiigton. A', 
r. Mil. Klin Hi. Sii>l. 

G«'rry, Kdwiii I*, A C.tse of IntiissiiscM'ption. 
Hiistnn .Mill, ami Sin: Jmir,. Jiim' "21. 

<ierst«'l, Adolpli, Ziucuui. .\iirlh .tin. Join: 
Hnmin.. .\liil. 

<iibl)OiiH, Henry. Treatment of Diphtheria. 
Piiriflc .Mill, anil Sin: Jniii:. Jiiii. PerBonal txperieni'e 
of Carbuncles. J'aiilir .Mnl. mid Sin: .Imn:. h'lh. 
Rheumatism. I'mifn .Mnl.aiid Sin: .Imn:, Min-rh. Pir- 
soual Kxpericncc < f Nitrous ()\i(l (iiis. r.uifn- Mnl. 
and Sur. Jiiiii:. .tjiril. Itefcrm Nciilcil ,\miiiii,' itelnrni- 
ers. I'lirifir .Mi-d. ami Sin: .1 ,!>::. Mnji. Hi Iciicc.if thi 
Medical Kducation and Medical Schnul of Aimriiii. 
I'ltiifii- Med. and Suv.Jniii:. Jtnv: t'ampiiigOut Tlieni- 
peutically Considered. I'niijii- .Mnl. niul Sm. .loin-,, 
Any. Massage. I'^nifu- Mid. mid Sin: .lum:. Sipl. The 
Late Prof. Smith and the Anterior Splint, I'nri/ir 
JUi'd. mid Sm: Jmir.. Si pi. Smiie Dileiisivc I{eniar!;.« <in 
the Medical Education and Medj.al School.s of Amer- 
ica. Am. Mill. Hi- ir.'./.-.'//. ./,(/../ 7. 

(iiblMMis, Ilfiiry, .Ir. Mnrtuary stati.-tic"; of 
San Francisco for in'ii). I'urilir Med. mid Snr. Jmn:, 
Fell. 

<ilbb<>iiH, W. V. Asylum for the FeebU^-Minded. 
I'arific Med. and Sm: Jnm:. .Mnii. 

(iibbH, it, F, A New Anthropomcter. .im. Jmn: 
Med. .Srieme.i. Jim. 

GibiifV, >J, F, Water Pressure in Heteiition of 
Urine. A'. )'. Mnl. Uiu:. Xm: lo, 

(iibiicy, V, I', Perinephritis in children. Am. 
Joni: .Mill. .Si-iinris , A)iiil. The Stniunuis Elenieiits 
in the Etiology of .loiut Diseases. A. ]'. .)/,,/. ./,,«,., 
Juhi. Suppurative Aritliritc Followintr Acute liheiiiij- 
atism. A', i'. .Med. Ilrr.. .\iii/ •.i.'i. A Case ot Spin:il 
Irritatii>n in n child. I'liil. Mnl. 'I'ime.i. Sijil. I. 
Case of General Paresis Due to Genital Irritation. 
LonuHlIt Mid. and Sm: Sews., .\piil :i«. 



OibHon, C H. Sabina Hemorrhage. U. S. Med. 
TnivKtii/iiliir (//), Feb. 1. 

Glhoii, Albert 1a The Need of Sanitary Reform 
in Shlji Life. Thr Siinilarian, Manh. 

<iillt«>rt, F, I), Oil the Use of the Aspirator in 
Hydrothorax. Canadu .Mid. anil Sm: Jmii:. Feb. 



<iil)icrt, r. 

Mid. Ifn:, Jmn: 



l>. Cases of Midwifery. Canada 



Strictun^ l.iiniaville 
Traumatism. I'. S. 



<iil(>hri.st, •!. <i. .Miout a 
Mnl. Sent, Mini i'J. A Case of 
.Mnl. InirMiij'itiir(U), .S, pi. 1. 

Gillanil, L, IV, Extra Uterine Pregnancy. Va. 
.Mid Munlhhi. Sipt. A Case of Cut Throat. A'. «>. 
.Mid. and Sm: Jnm:, Oit. 

Gillt-tlf, AValti-r K, Case of Intussusception 
in a child Nine Mouths old. .im. Jmn: Ohs., Jan. A 
CUK<' of I'seudo-Ovaiian Tumor. .\m. Jmn: OI1.1., 
Jim. Case of ltMi>tiire of the Vestibule during 
Labor, .im. ..'iiin: iiliM., .{pril. A New Operation for 
the Cure of Bectocele and Oystocele. Am. Jnm: Oh)., 
April. The Narcotic Mft'ect of Morphia on the New 
Born chiNl when adniiui.stered to the Mother in 
Labor, .im. .Imn: Oh.''., (hi. I'lferperal F'ever at 
Charity Hospiial. .V. 1'. Med. Iter., .March l":. 

Gilliam, l>, T«><l. (Quinine in certain Gastro-In- 
testinal Disorders. Oliiu Med. Hnnider, Fib. I'ecu- 
liar Case of Ditfuso Coreliral Sclerosis. Oliin .Mnl. 
Ifii-nrder. .ipril. .\ case of (Uuicealed Strangulnted 
Hernia. Ohin .Mnl. Ifnnrihr, Mmi. ()i)iuiu in Epi- 
' lepsy. oliiii .Mnl. h'riiirdir. .Xnr. Laporotomy for 
Intestinal Obstruction. '/'/(,■ C'linii: .Man -C 

Gillin^;, \V, K, Convnlsions— Case in Private 
Practice. Vliiriiiin .Mnl. '/'///,'.•,•,■. Jiini. 

(iiliiiaii, tloliii II, Chhirodyne. Ho.ilnn .Mnl. and 
Sm: Jmn:. Ihe. l:t. 

Fit man. .1, K. On Medical Ethi.-s. /'. .v, Mnl. 
lnir.<tiij,Uiir (11). Mm-iii 15. 

<iirar<l, A, <', Lister's Antiseptic Treatment of 
Wounds. .V. v. Mid, llir.. Sm: 17. 

<iiNb(>rn«-, li. I'. Preparatory Education A 
Necessity for the T'liorougli Training of Medical 
Students, rhji. mid I'liariii.. .Xnr. 

(iNli, ('. i.., "Coloycynth and Cohx^yuthiau Ro- 
flectionH." I'liiiuiiii .Mill. Jmir.nnd Ex., .\or. 

<il« itsiiiann, W. On Altitude and Climate in 
th(! Tnathicnt oi I'whiioii.ti y I'lithisis. ('in, Mnl. 
-Vm/'.'.-, .Mariii. ('(Uitributimis to the Treatment of 
Pulmonary Phthisis. .V. o. M-d. uml Sm: Jmn:, Jiilii. 

<i<Mlilar<l, AV, A, Caseof IJrai 1 FfcVer. H'rslern 

Lamel. Jum. 

(Joilfrt'v, K. 

I'liil. Mid. rime.s- 

(;(id<-i, .\. II 



, Report f f Two 1 ases of Measles. 
ipiil 'iM. 

.K Ke<( lit Treatnunit for Irredlm^i- 

lile Ketrollcxiou of the Itcrus. .\i,iilliern .Med. Un., 
.Miinii. Hints on the Maiuigcuient of Labor. .'<iiiilli- 
ern .Mil. li'n:. .\'iiv, 

<inoili'll, AVm. CaKc of Sterility. .im.,li iir.Ohs., 
Jan. I'ilaiiiil 1 iimor lienioved by Traction from the 
Uterus. Am.Jmn:Olis..J,in. Rupture ot the Womb. 
A,n. Jiiur. Ohs,, .Inly. Laceration of the Female 
Periiia'iim. linslnn .Mnl. mid Sm: Jmn:, .\iii: -i'.). 
Clinic Hospitals of the I'niversity nf p.iin, llnslnn 
Mnl. mid Snr. June.. Her. W. I,a<eration of the Cer- 
vix I teri and its 'I'reatiucnt. .V. )'. Mnl. Her., (hi. 'JO. 
On Prolapse of the Womb from Eloimation of the 
Suprn-Viigiual Portion of tlu'Cervix I'hil. Med. and 
Snr. /iV;>., Jan. (i. On the Radical Treatment of 
rterine Cancers. /'Iiil. .Mnl, mnl Sur. Hip., .Mmvh 
111 On L.-icerufion <d' the Periuienm from Child 
Birth. I'iiil. Mnl. and Snr. Hep., .Mnnii ;tl. 

<;i)Hs, i. ,J. >i. The Treafuient of Diahetes Melli- 
tus. /'/(// .Mnl. mid Snr. Hip, (let. 1:1. Dropsy. 
Cases in Pi-aetii'e. <,)iiinia. (iuaninu— Puullinia. 
Kiie,iii- .Med. mill Snr. .Iiiur., .illy. Diphtheria. A'c- 
leelie Med. mid Sin: Jiiur., Dn: Gelaeinium Semper- 



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riASKIFIEl* 1!V AL'IiroltS. 



19 



vllciiB, YoUdW OtilH. Soitlhrrn Meil. Iter., Mivj. A(!0- 
uitc Soitlhern JHcil. Her... ,/uiii\ UcilHeuiium. Sinilh- 
rrn Mnl. /iVc, , .Vou. 

(•onion, W. A, IlydruHtiH Caundcnsia in Utcr- 
iiio HitiiKirrliaKo and Moiiorrtiimia, iiml uIho in \>yn- 
;in'ni)rrhcii. Hhicnijn .ili-l. .Imtr. unit /•>., -lie/, nml 

, 4ioftoii, U. A. TUo MDUinni of Mun. Unmiii. 
Timi:<, Jan. 

<i'ortoii, W. It. A Cuac, olUlcerH. An.Oli.i., ill), 
April. 

<>c,<rup-lte»iiiiii;/. K. von. On OMtrutbln. Am. 
Jour. I 'liar., Miiy. 

<ioiile.V, •loliii W. S. Some Practiual I'ointH iu 
tho Trt'utinent of Stonu in tlit! lUaddcn-. .V. )'. ,1/''/. 
Hn., Aitij. 25. Ainpntation of tlic I't-nirt. I.iniixinlli- 
.Ueil. .\eii\i, Si'iit. If), 

Ooiillon, II. 'riinJK iu Ut^ailaulio. llnhneman- 
nian Munthli/, Mai\'i. 

(ioullon, .Jr., II. Thuja Occldontalis. Xnrth 
Am. JiAtr. lliiinen., h'i'h. 

(<ral>owski, iT. On Halician O/.oljt^lt and (fvc- 
Bin. Am. .Jiiiir., I'liar.. Fih. 

<>rii<t7,«'l, Ailolpli. Creasoto and ('«rli(dic Acid. 
.Im. ./(/(/;•. I'liui., Jiinf.. 

(iraliain, noiiKlas. Massa<{o in WritiM'H (^'raiup 
and Alli.'d AlfiM-tionH. .V. J'. Mnl. /dr., .Ijo-i/ W. 
Till- Trt'atin(^nt of .Spraina l>v MasHaKc .\'. )'. .l/f/. 
/{■(., Aiiij. 11. 

<>rHhani, 10. II. S^iina liitidia of the Sa^i'tini. 
(V)i. ilfil. A'li-'inrr iHi, .Mai). 

(irant, Fraiirin S. TUrro l.'usis of Spinid Itis- 
canu iu Childri'U Trcatoc'. t)y HnspeuHiuu with I'lawtur 
of Paris JackutM. S. 1'. MM. Kec. Ufc 20. 

Orant, A. •). Annual Address Didivered before 
tile Biithurst auil Kideun Metlieal Association. I'.iii- 
ii'ln f.aiii'l, lull, ail ulij, 

<irant, W. T. Itotany — In iis Hfdations with 
Medieiuo. Allanli .Mr I. ami Snr. ./our.. Or!. 

<ira.v, A. \V. Congenital Ali-ience of rtern~ ami 
Vagina, f'lu'cai/u .Mnl. .linu\ ami h'x., .'^'r/il. 

iJray, <•«■<». I). .V Casoof Vicarious Men.stniatioii 
from iVlaniniarv (lUinds. .im. Mrd. lU-W'rrKiii. s jil. 

<«ray, <i. II. A Case of VrHii-al (!iilcii!ii.-i. Meilul- 
larry Cancer of tlie I'roMtatc. and Deatli from t'ral 
Hiie I'oiHouiuK. '^''. /.•"/'.>■ Mrd. .inil .Snr. .hmr.. .Ian. 

<«i'a.v. .lohii r. I'atholoHical IJeHeirches. .\in. 
./. nr. In.ianili/, .Ian. 

(Jrcj-n, Krank II. Professional Duty mid Siic- 
ritlee of Life. .V. V. .Mnl. lin-., ./»/,.• •_>. A Xew 
Device for Spreading I'lasti'r of Paris and Oflier Sub- 
stances upon Uaiidii;(( s. .^■. )'. .Mrl. li < .. Ori, i;i. 

4irt'OiU', riMiu'iH V. i;\ti'aetioi'. of i;all'eina 
from itiiarana. Am. .Imir. I'har.. .Iiih/. On flie T.niii' 
.\cid of (luiU'.mu. .im. .Iiinr. I'.'iitr . .i'lii. On •liii'u- 
lieliia tile Allciliiiil of (lie Si>l:illiim i'liiiicolal uoi. 
.im .linir. I'nar. (hi. Niiteiii lie.c:ard to I lie Coiiteiil;! 
of the Aril di- on .laliorandi ill l.iiui; 'ards Diccio larii 
de jMedi dua Domcstica. /'.W. .1/ ./. riuir'. .in;/ 1«. 

<>r<M>ii, .Jaiiii'H S. <'ase of Tetanic or Intermit 
tent retaiiiiJ. Am. .Imir. nlit.. .Ian. Case iit Slr;iii- 
Hiilati'in o| the Small Tiitcstine in I'tero-Ki'ctal 
Adhesions. .\m. .Imir. 0!i.<.. .Ian. Case of Ui>tro- 
Cterine Sarcoma ot Vaudiial Orin'iti. .l»i. ,lnnr. OI><.. 
Ai>ril. Dislocation oi the l.oin; Head ol the IJh'eps 
I'lexor Culiilo .Muscle. Va. Mni. .Mml'i'/i. .Mai/. 

Greim, J. Oriie. lie ent I'rof'reH.'i in Otology. 
Bail iH .Mill, anil Siir. Jour., Mai/, 17 a.n'l .\i)r. 1. 

<lreen, J. W Addrens to the Mnmn! of the 

^rodical (^olle(,'e ot Ohio, Th,' Clitiii; March .i1. 



Oroen, I.i. IVI. PhyHicians aH DiHppiiHera. Phil. 
Mnl. awl ,Snr. lifp., .\i»<. 'J4. Tallpiifi Kiiuluo Varus, 
riiil. MrJ. and .Sur. liip.. Pec. 8. 

<Jreen, Traill. Uavo Organic Nervous Oispaacs 
Tlndr Origin and I'Veipioiu^y In Our Aiucriuun Life? 
/'/(('/. .Mnl. Timr.i, Ainil •iH. 

<Jr«'«'ni', AVni. A, Pronress of Pharniary and 
Thorapeiitien. A'rt</iri(,V Jnur. .Mil. anil ,Sur., Auf). 
(!od Idver oil. .\ii.-<'irilli> Jiair. .Mnl. anil .Sur.. Srpt. 
Ueview of Cnuteniporary Modern I'liariuacy. jViw/i- 
rillr Jour. Mrd. awl Sur., (>rl., .\iir. awl Dec. Com- 
pressed I'illH. I'd. .Mnl. iMiinthhi, .ing. Advance of 
Pharmaceutical and Cheinical Sciouco. •Smtllicrn .Med. 
Itn-., July. l»ro({reHBive Pharmacy — Fluid Extract 
Kidney Leaf Corap. .Snnllirrn Mnl. Her., Aug. The 
Food of tho Ancients, and of Modorn lufiiutH. ('in. 
LanrrI awl OI1.1., .tug. Itoview of (lontemporary Mod- 
ern Pliarniacy. ('in. I.ancel and Olm., Oct. Progregs- 
Ivo Modern Pharmacy, .(hi. Me.d.Hi-Wi'.i'lc i/, .S>-i)t. 1. 
Ueview ol Contemporary Modern Pharmacy. Am. 
.Mnl. Ili-Werkhi, Srpl. 15. Uevlew of (Jontemporary 
Modern Pharmacy. Am. .Mnl. lU-U'rekl;/, Dec. 22. 

tJrecnon-jIi, F. II. On the Treatment of Chan- 
croid. linaUin .Mnl, and Sur. .lour.. Jan. 11. Notes on 
Home of the Most Freijuent Skin Disetses. Boston 
.Wed. and Sur. Jnur., Frh. 22 and March 8. 

41r<'«'iian»y4'r, P. S. Sulpho-Carbolato of Soda 
In Diphtheria. I'liil. .Mnl. and Sur. Hep., Jan. 8. 

<;rc.u);;, K. II. Local Applications— Suppres.sed 
Ophthalmia. Ilumeo. Timnt. Ainil, 

iivi'tinvy, C. L. Notes from Practice. Suulkern 
.Mnl. Itrr.. April, and fin. .Mnl. .\rirg, Jan. 

Oi-iiler, T. C. Rubeola and .Abortion. Louis- 
t'ille .Mrd. \ews, .tug. 11. 

(irilHtli, Anna K. coinpnrison between Cuprum 
and /inciini. .Xurlli .Ini. Jnur. Ilomeo., Aug. 

(ii-itHtli, II. y\. Treatment of Scarlet Fever. 
I'/iiragii M'll. .Iiair. and F.r.. .March. 

(irittlth, .1. .1. Is Kyjdiilis Amenable to Legis- 
lation? r. S. M-d. hievftig'iliir (III, Jan. 15. 

firitllth, S. F. I'eculiar Kllects from Kxhibitlou 

of (Quinine. Ohin .Mil. Recorder, Mai/. 

<irillitlis, Thomas .1. The Seton in Paralysis 

and l-'pilepsy. .Im. I'rarl., Marih. 

<;riH1tlis, W. <'. The Arrcstof Zymotic Diseases 
— Variola Vacrdnation. Tlie Sanitarian, Se/it. 

iiv\KK*> •'• ^V. The llypodi^rmic Use of the 
riiielure Veratriim Viride in I'nerperal Eclampsia. 
All mill .Ml. and Sur. .Iiair., Jan, 

<>rinn<-ll, Fortlyo*'. Quiniaphnbia. rin. Lan- 
rrI and (III.-!., Marrli. 

(irlHsoMi, KtiK*"!!*'. Mechanical Prote<'tion for 
the Vi.'leiil Insane. .Im. ./<>»)•. Iiixanitu, July. 

<<ris\volil, W, N. Sail vlic Acid in Hlienniatisin 
Cat.. Mid. 'I'imi ^, Jidii, \ Proviu;,' of Piper Methysti- 
cnin. Ilaliii' inaniiian Mnnllilii. June. 

<irivflan'l, Kninisinu*-! A. Amber and Am- 

hi I'-ris. r. .V. M d. hin.!liiial'ir {ID. Jiihi 15. 

<;i-oss. F. II. :\l.;dii!lavv Saivoma. I'hU. Mnl. 
I'iiiiK. I>n-. •_>_•, 

(iross, 

poten. c. 

I til re ■ 

Fhii. M-d 

<ilili-l. 

; llr/K. J nil 

] (iriioninir, 10. Oiihthalm dof^ical Ki'view. .1/c'i. 
Ilp'ilhai. and (H-il. \',>l . VI.. ii.ta n 'i'li and r>:,\. 

tiiihlci', A. Note on a Piper, called .Jaboraiidi 111 
I the I'lMviiice of Pio -Janerio. .\in. Jour. J'har., Muii 

I t;ufrn<«\v, KKbort. Grindelia HobnBta. Ohio- 
I tia.ilhns Vii'ninica in .I.undioe. /{amen. Timet^, Jan, 
' .\ceidi«tital Pjovins ol corrosive .Mercury. Humrn 
I Times, .tune. 



SaiiilK'l \\. on S'xiiai Debility anil Im 
I'iiil. Mnl. and Sur. Id/i.. -Mail :■. Clioi.-iil 
n A Case of the I'pper ('ervical V. rtebiiu 

J'inn .-:, .Srjil. 1 . 

I.. Free Dis|i nsaiii'S. I'hil. Mid. and .Sur 



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INDKX TO OUrOINAL COM Mil MOAT [ON 8, 



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Hair Lip ami Cloft Palate, with 
• Lip. Typical (laHe of (;yBti<' Dc- 



Onernsey, Henry W. OVBri«uTu;norB. Itahnr- 
Mannmn Munthly, Dec. 

GinTiiNey, J. C. Pregnancy to Full Term otter 
Four SiicceHHive Mi8carriage8. Hafinenuinnian Munlh- 
'.V. AV/'t. 

OuornHfy. VV. tTeftVi'Miii. Strangulated Her- 
uiu. Ualinrnumninn Mimlhlii, Mni/. 

Guild, •JuiiieH. A SucceHBt'ul ('afle of Ovariot- 
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Guild, Jr., JaiiK-H. A Sacceaaful Caxo of Ovari- 
otomy. Nituh. Jnur. Med. ami Siir., Oct. 

(iuild, L, A. Hemorrhagic Malarial Fuvor. 
Sintlhern Med. liir., Jul//. 

GuiteriiH, •lalin It. Kml)olic Pucumouia. I'liil. 
Med. Titne^. Mareh W. Cbhc of IVTltral TriiUMpid and 
Aortic. DiBeawe, witli Pulsation of tlio Liver ami Peri- 
cardial AdbeHiouB. I'hit. Meil,. Times, M'i'i \'l. 

Guiin, IVIoHeR 

Operation for Hair _.-^. _„^ 

generation of Inferior Maxil'a. Cliient/'i .\ied. Jour, 
and Er., June. Lat 'ral Curvature— Kpitlidioma. 
Chicago .Med. Jour, and Er , .'^epl. Pulpy Dci^cucrutinn 
of the Knee Joint— Periostitis. Cliienj/o .Med. Jour, 
awl Ex., Sept. Potts Oiaeaso of the Spine. C.iiniyo 
.Med. Jour, and Er., ltd. 

Guiitx, .J. Kdwurd. On the (,»ue8tion of the 
(;ontagiousneH8 of Venereal Warts. -Ic'i. iKrmnUil., 
Oct. 

Iladdoii, Alexander. Congestive' and OrRatiic 
Stricture of tlie Urethra. Accompanied hy lietciitioii 
of I'riue. .V. y. .Meil. Her., Ju/i/7. Con^'estivc and 
Organic Stricture of the Uretiirii. Accouii)atiicd by 
Uetention of Urine, treated succesHfully with Water 
Pressure by means of a Syringe. iUiiengo .Med. Tiniex, 

.i Ufl. 

Hhki>ii1>u('1i, a. W, Local Treatment in Diph- 
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Ha|[{B«'i't.v, R. W. Neuralgic Dysmonorrluea. 
Detroit .Med. Jour., Aui/. 

HaKunK'i. Geo, A. Tra 'hootomv in Diphtlieria. 
.V. )-. .Med. Her,, .May Vi, 

Haiiitf, JoNi-pli. Nephriti' Calculi— Xepliritic 
Colic. Piirifte .Med. mid Sur. .lour., V.c. 

Halderinun, I). TwoCasesofAnimalous Heart. 
Ohio .Med. Recorder, July. 

Haldrinaiin, .J. S, On .\t)orting Variola Krup- 
tioiis. ('in. f.itneil ,ind Ott.i., .hili/. The Protoxide oi 
Hydrogen Chemically and Aledically CoMHiderei!. 
Cin. [.luiret and Olm.. Orl. On .Miorfing Variola Krnp 
tiouH— A Hejoinder to Dr. llildritli's reply. Cin 
l.nne, t ond OI1.1.. Dee. 

TIal*', K. H. Vil)urnum. \. ft". .!/«/. (ioielte (Hi. 
Eel,. What is Scarlet Fever? A^. ft'. Mid. (Imelle (H|. 
.\pril. Iodoform in Dyameuorrhiei. ,V. ft,'. .Mni. 
linz'tle (Hi. .May. Chronic Catarrh of the Uladder 
cured by Chimaphila. \. ft.'. Miil. Ho-.'lti il/i. June 
.\ (.'aso of ltiKi)hicenn'nl of Mie Ovary. ,\. ft,'. Mel. 
tlnille (II). Ju'ii. cysliiele 'I'ti iiti^l lif nieiU'i ol 
Thoma-'s Xntevirsiou ress;ti-. A ft; .M d. i;.i-ilf, 
til:, .lui/ Htillineia In SiiMfnl'Sis i| . Iiildren. V. 
E. .Med.'aii:e!te [Ih. Del. [.Mupliutic ( iliHi'l ular 1:11 
lartiemcnts T. .V .(/.//. /,;,v.«^>(/,,,- (// 1, ./kh I. Sali- 
cylic Acid in ScpUc Tcmm'. /'. .S'. l/i-/. luee.li./n'or 
(III. Fell. 1. \ Case (if hJHiila ■■■riielit nl tin- Ov.-iry. 
r. S. .Med. Inrislio'diir \ll\. .hint \. Tin- I inpuriairce 
(il iKMiartnieiitH of I'liarniacolony and I'rnvin^'s in 
the lliimeiipathic C diegey. I'. ,S'. Md. Inee.iiiiinlor 
(III, Jult/\. Salicylic Aciil. .\orlli Am.. lour. Ilomeo. 
EtI). Baisamuni I'eruviiiiiiini. Sorth Ahi..lour. Iloiuen, 
.\,i<l. Scarlet Fever and Milk. .im. Hour,,. Au;/. 
Nntca on some of the Newest Keincdies. .1/)/. II uwti, 
.Se/it. Acute OaslritiM. .\iii llomeo, yoe. Bryiciia in 
Irritable Heart, flnltiieiuanvinn .Monihly, Eeh. Ni- 
trate of Amvl in DysmeuorrhcBa. Hohnemannion 
MonUdy, .March. On the Aetjnn of ('ooi. 
uion Monlliiii. .'\e)it. 



II 'h)}' moil- 



Hall, G. A. Childrou's Clinic. V. S. Mnt. In. 
ivstipalor III), May IfS. The Obatetriral Force))*. /'. 
.V. Med. lurenlii/ator (II), May Vi. Surgical Clinic. V. 
S. Meil. Inrextiijator ills, Seji'. 15. 

Halit^r, I''. B. Treatment of Hearlot Fever. Chi' 

catjo Med. Jour, and Ex , March. 

Hallorl<, Allx'rt A. AnalysisolTwouty Sample* 
of White Lead. Sew Hem.. Oct. 

Haniillon, Alfxaiider. Cineho (juinlue. N. 
Y. Mrd. Hec, Jan. 'in, 

Haiiilltoii, Allan Mcl.iino. Two Cases of Hys- 
tero-Kpilepsy. Am. Jour. .Med. .Sciencen. Del. A Case 
of Peculiar Unilateral Tremor Following Head In- 
juries. Hoflon Med. and .Sur. Jour.. Sept. "Xl. A Case 
of P.ogressive Muscular Atrophy Uesembllng Lead 
Paresis. .V. )'. Med. Hec. .March 'H. The Theraiieu- 
tics of Epilepsy. Cin. .Med. .V/ici, Etb. 

Hamilton, i». K, Treatment of Sebaceous Tu- 
mors by Injection of Tincture of Iodine. Phil,. Med. 
and Sur. Hep.. Eh. 17. A Probable Ovarian Tumor 
Taking on Inflammatory Action. Phil. Med. and Sur, 
Hep , .lull) H. 

Hamilton, II. It. Dipht.ioria and its Manage- 
ment. /'/(//. .Meil. ai'il Sur. Hep., April'i^. 

Hiimiititn, Frank II. Fra<'turo of the Femur. 

Arch. Clin. Sur., .\oe. lo. Shortening in Fractures. 
.V. )'. .Me.d. Her., Awi. 11, 'J'reatment of Fractures of 
the Shaft of the Femur in the Adult. A'. K. Med. Hec, 
D'c. 1. Clinical Lectures on Fracture of the Femur. 
I'liil. .Meil. Tiiui.i, A'or. '24. Summary KeraarKs on 
Fractures of the Shalt of the Femur ii: Adults. Jluf- 
falo .Mid. and Sur. Jour., Dec Pistol Wounds of the 
Belly and Probahly of the Kidney — Keoovery. J'hy. 
and I'har.. Aui/. Hemarks on Colics' Fracture. Ohio 
.Med. and .Sur. Jour.. Eeh. 

Hamilton, <i«'o. Venous Congestion as a Patha- 
logicai Condition, and tUood Letting in lielatiou 
Thereto. I'hil. .Med. and .Sur. Hep., April '21. 

Hamilton, •?. \V. DislocationB of the Shoulder 
and their Keduction by Manipulation. Ohio Med. 
Kieorder, April. Division of the Femur by Subi-u- 
taiieoUH Osteotomy. Ohio .Mid. Herordcr, Aug. Ac- 
(juired Talipes Kiiniuus; with six years of Great 
Suft'ering. Ohio .)/■•'<. Hecorder, Aui). Accidental Di- 
vision of the Tcudo Achiliis — Kecovery. Ohio .Med. 
H i-nrOer. Oct Was it the Wax ? Ohio .Med. Hecorder, 
Dec. 

Hamilton, S. M. Hospital and Private Practice. 
I'hil. Med. and Sur. Hep., Jan. lit. Ingrowing Toe 
Nail. I'liil. .Med. and Sur. Rep., .Sept. '>■>. 

Hammond, \Vm. A. Hysterical Muscular Con- 
tractions. Chicag* ,l»ur. .\'ervou.i anil Mental Dis., 
.fail. 

litinil, K. I>l. Hepatic Abscess Aspirated witli a 
Davidson's Syringe. I'hil. .Med. and Sur. Rep., March 
•H. 

HanderNon, H. K. A New Catheter Ouagc. A', 
)'. Med. Rec, Oct. C. 

Hank. Horatio T. Improved Tracheotomy In- 
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I'r. Mincing .\pparatua for Throwing Carbolic Acid 
spray, etc. .ini . .lour, olif., Aio-il. A Plan for Cor- 
recting tint Abuse (d' Medical (Juarities in the City 
of New York. v. )'. 1/c./. Hec. Mil'/ :<. 

ilunn-.i. It. >l. Abnsi' f>( Free Dispensai ies. 
I'i'ii'. Hid. and Sue Hr/r. .May Vi. 

Hanscom, Sandl'oi-d. A (^ase nf Hydrophobia. 
April 111, 

f SpuntaneoiiH Uaugrene. 
Dec 

. The Lymphatic Theorv 
A'. }-. Med. Jour., Dec. The 
St, Louis Clin. Rec, .March. 



Iliial.oi Med. and .Sue. .lour 

Hard, Abner. (!asc 

t'hiciJi)n Ml I. .lour, and Er 

Hard:»\vay, Wm, A, 

of Syplillltic Infection. 
(!nrability of Syphilis 



The Dirticnlties of Diagnosis and ProguoBis in Cer- 
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Harilon, VIfkII O. A Onntribution to tho Stat- 
isticH uf (>yuB>col(>gy. Honlon Meil. ami Sur. Jour., 
Mail 10. 

liurdy, K. ErytUroplieitm Ouineinse and Cou- 
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HurirlH, Kobt. H. H. Tho Muriatod Tincture 
of Irou a Spoclllc for KryHlpolaa. Am. Med. Hi- Weekly, 
Mnrrlr.M. (!omniuutcability uf YoUow Fever. Am, 
Mill. II -Wetklii, .»<i;ri6. 

Ilarliin, Cieo. C. Obxtinato Dlnpbaro— Hpaani 
l!uroil by lubalation of Nitratn o Aiuyl. .Im. Juur, 
Med, .S'cjcrtcM, April. UutiuitiH Albiimeunrlctt. I'hil. 
Meil. iinil ,Sur. Uip., Juh/ '2H. 

UwrriN, KIlHlia. (^onHurvatlvo M' diciiKiniid tha 
MisHiDU of tliH Huultarlnu. 7 he .Suniliirinn, .\larch. 

llarrlH, Herhnrt <'. Malarial Hinuiatm la. Am. 

Ueil. Hi- VVeeklj), May 12. 

ilarrlH, 1'. A. AutoplaBtio Operation for Treat- 
ment of W.ibb Finger. .V. 1'. Meil. Her,, ,ruly 14. 
ODiitroct I'raotice. .V. J'. Med. Her., .Sept. If). 

HarrliiKton, H, I^. Sulphate of Cluohonldia as 
an Antl-Perlodlc. <Jliiciigi> Med. .four, iitiil Kjr. l/ec, 

HarrlMon, R. H. Aneurism of tlio Popliteal Ar- 
tery. .S7. f.mti.i Med. mint .Sur. Jour., Miirrh. 

Hai'tinaiiii, Arthur. Hearing TohIb and Pollt- 
zor'H Acoumeter, Anh. OphOial and Olol., Vol. fi., 
piijie (■>();(. 

Harv«>,v, K. W. Kerosene Oil in Croup. Phil. 
.Veil, iinil Sur. Hep., April \\. 

Ilarwood, Kd\var<l <', Intlaniniiitlou uf the 
Mastoid Colls. \'a. Med. .Mtmthhj, Mmcli. 

Hatch, !•'. W. Insulation of Sunstroke. J'acijia 
,Ued. iind Sur. Jour., July. 

Hatch, Jr., F. W. Discussion on Dr. Nlyou's 
Paper. I'aeifie .Med. and .Vu/\ Jour., Dec. 

Hiiiipt, T.tiwiH IVr. Street Paveraents. The Sani- 
tarian, July, 

Hawcg, .I«>NM«>. Doith followiufj Vaci'inatiou. 
-V. »'. .Med. Her. Der. ''i. 

HawcM, WaUtM- A, Case of Uterine Inversion- 
Vti. .Veil. Mnnlhlji, April. (!iiHtm apparently showing 
that Quinine dons not poMsess Oxvtocio" Virtues— 
With remarks. Vn. Med. Mimlhly, Auij. 

Hawkfs, W. ./ Neglect of Materia Medl a. Am. 
Iliinieii. Dee. CIlL i'.": Lectun'. f. S, Meil. /niv.itii/a- 
lor (11). April 1.5. Medical Clinic. V. S. Mel, Inn'sli- 
aZloi'i'l). 'V'"'. In- 

Hav, <i«'orjj«'. Fallacy of Trommcrs Ti'st. I'liil. 
Med. TImis, Julii'n iinti Oel. 27. Dialized Iron. I'hil. 
Med. Tim'.i, .SV^i/. 1. 

Ila.v<l(>ii, l>. II. Ut'ceut Progress in the Trent- 

ment of tUiildreu's Diseases. Uiii<ti<n .Med. mid .Vmc. 
Jiiur., Fell, 1 rinil .\ug, 2. 

llaynt'K, FiaiiciH r. Hesearches on the Antago- 
nism i>f Poison. /'/(//. Meil, 'l'iine.<. Miiy }'2 

Ila/ard, AV. It. chnroa (iriividoriim. Si. hnuis 
I'lln. Kii:, April. Interview with Dr. .1. Miivino Sims 
ill Kelatimi to the Wuiii.ni's Hospital (rjiitroversy, 
.SV f.iiui.< Clin. Her.. .SV/jr 

ilcaril, II. H. Triplets. Xns-lieillr J.me.. Med 
mid .Vv/. , Jidi/. 

lliMil h, <)<-i>. .\. Kipiisetiini in iMnilysK. Ilii'me- 
:il,!illliail .Mnillhll/, .Sipl. 

Hcit/.iiiaiin, <-. Tlie Cell-Doctriiir in tlic Light 
cif Kecent Investigations. A'. }'. .)/••</. ,/uiir , April, 

lloll, Ountav. On an .Vrtirteial Siiltstittiti! for 
Ueeswax. Am, Jour. J'/mr,, Feb, 

lli'lnis, II. It. Locked Heads Am, I'i'ui.. Sept, 

Helmuth. Win. Tod. Surgical Clinic. Am. Ob- 
newer (//). June and July. Cicatrix from Severe Burn. 
Am. Oti.iervrr (//). Pee. AneuriRm. Disease of JJono. 
Cancer r. S. .Med. li.r.i»tiQuU,r (H). Ft). 1 Siugical 
CaSfV, .V. F. M'd. C,il,zelle {II), .Inly. 



H«^nry, Frnilk. I*. Acute rx>lmr Pneumonia Iki- 
glnnluK in lilght Apex. lArye White Kidneys av- 
oompanyinK Phthisis. I'hil. Med, Tiniei.. July 21, 
Heart, Liver, and Kidneys from a ease of Cardiac 
Valvular Disease. I'hil, Med, Tin.eii, June 9. 

Heiiocli, K. On Infantile Typhoid Fever. U, S, 
Med, lniwinyiW,r(ll), Oil, 1. 

Hentx, (', A, Meningitis. AHanla Med. and Sur, 
Jour., Aufl, 

HcrliiK, C. The Fevers of Africa, llomeo, Timen, 
Aug. Our Noaodes. .\tirlh Am. Jour,, llomen, Aug. 
The Desiderata of our School, .\orlh Am. Jour,, 
llomen, .Vor. 

Herrera, Alfonso, Notes on the Jnyoto of 
Mexico, ,1m. Jmir. I'hiir., April. 

Hcriidoii, Z. I>. Case of Typlioid Fever. .South- 
ern .Med, Her., Aug. On a New Process for the Prepa- 
ration of Extracts without Heat. Am. Jintr. I'har., 
Sept. 

Herrick, <>, K, The Pessary in the Treatment 
ef Uterin(( Displacements. Delndt Med, Jour,, Oct, 

Herrlck, H. H. Phosphorus as a Kestorative 
Remedy. .V. O, .Med. and Sur. Jour., .May. A case of 
Doubtful Diagnosis, with remarkably High Tempera- 
ture. X. O. .Med, and ,^ur. Jour,, July, 

HrsHP, It, Ovarian Cyst Treated by Electrolysis. 
Am. Jour, Otm., Jan. 

H<Mi.stis, .1. K. A UeiiiHrUablo chso of Ovarioto- 
my. iV. O. .Med. and Sur. Jour., Jan', Home cii >■» 
of Arm Presentation. iV. <), .Med, and Sur. Jour., Hie. 

Heydfurelch, L. A Foreign Body in the Exter- 
nal .\udltory Canal Causing KeHex Nervous Symp- 
toms. Arch Opt hal and Olol. Vol. \'i. pageW'A.i. 

Hibhard, .Ta«. T. The Instinctive Operations of 
the Hiiiuau System, and how they may be utilised in 
thb Management of Certain Diseases, anil more par- 
ticularly in Functional Intestinal Constipation. Cin. 
Lnncet and Otis., Pec. 

HlKKli>St K. M. Entropion Successfully Treated 
by Hypodermic In.1ectiou of Strychnia. ,S7. Loui.i 
Med. and Sur. .four., Jan. 

HlUlreth, C^lias. C. Variola— Reply to Strictures 
of Dr. Haldeman. Ci'h. Laneel and Ob.i., Ocl. 

Hil(lr(*th, J. I.. A case of Extra-Utcriae Fo'ta- 
tion. Hii.iton Med. and Sur. Jour., .\ne. 8. 

HIII, .1. L,. .Miiteriial Impressions on the Fo'tus. 
I'hil. .Med. and Sur. Hep.. Jan' 27. 

Hill, •lohii, ACiHc of Kpilepsy. Iihin .Med. He 
eoril''r. Fell'. 

Hill, Thoiuas. A Case oi' Ii!ipric<ioii of the 
Uowels. Am., Med. Hi -Weekly, Seiil.-i'). 

HilU'i', I). .VlbiTt. Veterinary MomcopatLy. 
llomeo. Times, Oct. Metritis Cured by Piper Methvs- 
ticumcum or Arva Samoa. I'. S, .Med. Inx-exliiitilnr [ID, 
Oct. 1. 

Hillcr, Krctik, Hip -loiut Di<e.ts , .Vr.W'i .l.-i. 
.lour., Iliiiii'o. V(ji'. Previii'; of Piper '\Totliystiiiiiii. 
Ilii'iiirinniiiiiiii .M'inll'lii. .Inly. 

Hilliard, W . Tlie Medi.:.! 'riirnM -try ot Cer- 
tain Discecs as tliev prcviiil in tlic South and Sonili 
west. .V. (I M'd. and Sur. ,l'>ur.. .lull/. 

Hills, Alfred li. Plaiitago Major. Hniimi. lini'.-' 
,liiu'. I''.rvtliema Fiina^-Lacli'sis llmion I'iinr.s-. 
.I;i)i7. liiauLsnrnl Keiiuirlis as President of ilic 
Hiilinenianii Acaileniy of Medicine ol New Voil; 
r. .S' .Med. Ineesligalor {//>. Jaii' 1. IM'iigs. or Vis 
Medic.atrix Naturie. I'in. .Med. Ailemne ill). Oil. 

Hills, Arthur T. Report of a Case of Ovarian 
Cyst and Fibroid of Uterus, with .Vutopsy. Ilmueo 
Timet, March, 

Hingston, Wni. H. Annual Address, before the 
Tenth Annual Meeting of the Canada Medii'al Asso. 
elation Septcuiber l:itl) JH77 I'mi'idii Mid. Hicr.yd. 
rifc 



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22 



INDEX TO OIIIOINAL (X)MMUNr(rAT[()NS, 



w 



Hliiton, KiifiiH K. Notoii on thr< Sum^'KHfiil 
Truatiiioiit or Tlir«<t Cum-i of I'ltyrlaiiiH KulirH. I'hil. 
Meil. Tiiwx, Si-pl. IT). Tln> AbiTtlvn Tri'iitiiiiiit of tho 
(lulil HtiiMe oi Intcrinltti'iit (''I'vor l>y tUu Nitrate of 
Aiiiyl. fhil. .Veil, aiul .V»r. «./-.. .ipril 38. 

Illrtliilii, KrciuiH F. Ou tlii' ('a«Rta Trade In 
China. AVic limi., .Uni/. ('oniiiiiTi'litl Dru|{B of tho 
ChinoHo ProvlUL'o of Canton. .\fiv Uein., June. 

Ilitclirock, K. Il.vuii'nu ut Anihvrat Collogn. 
The Sniiitariiiii, I he. 

Illtctniutii, Will. Trcutnii'iit of Tubur'MiloitlH. 
F.e.leelie .Mnl. aitil .Sue. .lour., h'eii'. 1h iuuu a machine? 
Keeitie Mftl. niiil Siir. .lour., Jliue. 

Honrdloy, /\ll>«>rt K. A Caec of Loncocythae- 
inia. Chicinjii Med. Jnue. anil Kr., April. 

Hoblt.4, A. <i. Dinlocation of the Shoulder in ii 
Uoy Five Years Olil. l.iiuifeille Med. .\ew», Jiili/ W. 
Banti'nine a cuuHit of ConvulaiouB. Hulphute Clu- 
chouidin, l.iiiiixrille Mei. Sewn, Sor. 24. 

HockrldKt'i 1'- (•raiivllh^ Hurgcona in the 
Allan Liui' Cmiitiln J..iiieet, .ipril. 

IIcmIk*'. <i. !>• St'U-ct Fornnilw lor Diphtheria. 

.Siiiilliirn .Mill, li'rr., f'lli' . 

II<mIk:«, II, lifiiox, C'yHtic DiHenHi' of liroad 
Linanieut. Oviiry.Biiil .ilinniM TuniorMof tin- llti^riiH. 
I'liil, .\l,ii. Tliivs. M'ir.h 17. i steitiB of the Keiuiir, 
Hliowiiij; riieriktioiiH .Monn the Shaft uud Tliroiiuli 
the Neck. I'hi'. .»/(/. Tii^n.', .Vnnh ;(l. A Needle 
Found I'ost-iiiorttm *ithin the Cranitini. liiil. .Mnl. 
Tiine.i, Ainj. 4. 

MixlKfii, John T. Tho u.se of Uxlide of Potan- 
aiiini in Syphilis. .S7. I.nuii Clin. Hee., Oft. Krarturo 
of sternum l)y Muscular Action. A'. V. Meil. Jtei .. 
Dee. 2'i. 

lloilKf, I.,. A. K, Remittent Fever, with Te- 



tunic Convulsions. 
iIi»dK«-N, K. M. 



.S7. Loui.t I'lin. Hee., Aiiij. 
Fis.iures Uceurrinj^ in 



I.011B 
Bom s, with llt^niarks on V yh«i)ed Fractures of tho 
Ti1)ia. /liiKliiii Mill. I'liil .Siir. .lour.. Jim. 11. Fractures 
*f the Hi/ud of tlie Kadius. /{n.i/oii Med, ouil .Site. Jour., 
Jmi. IH. 

Ilfoifiiiaii, H. F. 'I'he Induction of I'reiuature 

Labor, iliiliiieiiiniiiiiiiii .ilniitlilt/, Jinif. 

Ilon'iiiiiii, .J. A. On Salicylic Add. f. .v. Mn'. 
Iiiei.'Hi/iiloe illi, .Inn. l.'i. On Hcarlet Ftver. /'. X. 
Mill. Invi:<li!/iil<iri/l), .\uii. 1. 

ilolbriMik, M. I.. Death Uid Studies. /'/«/. 
Mill, nnil Sue. Ileii., Del. 2i). 

Iloicoiiilx-, H'lii. II. Fxtraordinary Case of 
Nervous Disease. .Im. Ilomeo, .Vmi. Pulsatilla in 
Transverse Positions. Oliin .Mnl. mul .Sue. lieii. (II), 
Mill/. 

Holdfii, A. W. (tun Shot Wound of the Liver, 
Coniplicat'd with Lesion of the Oall-Uladder— Ue- 
ouvery. Jfoniiii. 'J'ini'S, Mni/. 

Holdfii, KdK'ti'- I'arucpntesig Thonu-is in a 
Cliild Two Years of Ajje. .V. 1'. .\feil. Jmir., Jnn. A 
PliaryiiKeal Xi'iir.isis Dm- to I'tiTiue I>im'ast'. .\ . )'. 
.Mill, ./one., .l/./(7. Krrors nf tlii> Sphynnio!;iaph. .\ 
1'. Mill. Jonr.. .Vi/r. fiisi'iivery in IM^^ical DiuHU'Kis. 
A. )'. .)/"/, /{,... Jim. •>y\. l>r. Hold, n's ICcMon.itor. 
S. v. Mill. Hie.. l-'eli.:\. (Inisciii- Ui s(inai:ce in Auh- 
cuhition. .\. y. .Mill lln ., Apiil'M New luvestina- 
tions in Ues|iiratory I'atliolotjy. .t»i. June. .Mnl. 
HeimiiK. .{jieil. 

Hn\ffiktv, Tlioiiias II luaccurai'v ul (riass 
Irraduates. A'. 1'. .Meil. A'.-., ./nn. JO. 

Ilollell, .\. r. Medical I'Mucatiou. Ilmneii. 
rimes, A<B. 

liolnoes, E. L. lutra-Ocular Tumors. Vliiear/o 
Btit. Jour, iiitil Ex.. Aug. '1 hirteen Cases of Ocular 
fhinior, with a Case of Tumor of the (iptic N' r\r 
»iiJ K Case ot l'aii"iihtlia1mitiK witli a Cl-t Siiiiu- 
latintf a 'J'umcr Ai'ii. ni'lttiin!. nnii iili/'.. iv-'. r/. 



lioliiK'H. K. M. On Adulti'ratlona of Aconite 
Hoot. Am. Jour. I'Iniy., Mnii. Cnltlvatiiin of Medi- 
cinal Plants at llanbiiry. .\in. June. I'linr., Aug. 
('ultivation of Medicinal Plants at llltcliin. Am. 
Jour, I'har., the. 

II<iliii<>M, <>liv4'r Wt'iiiUdl. An Address Ho- 
liverod to the Annual Meeting of tlie l<ost<in Micro- 
■copical Society. Himlon .Veil, ami .Sue. Jonr., .May 
•H. 

II(iliii<>H, S. ,1, Kocovery of a Cbbo of Tetanus 
Treated by (Malabar Uoan aud Chloral llydiatu. .V. 
r. Meil. Hee.. .Sefil. H. 

Holt, tloH<>|>li. Analysis of tho Itecord of Yellow 
Fever in N^w Orleans in lH7(i. .V. (t. .Meil. ami ,snr. 
./(IMC, Jan. The Hecord of Nine Additlomil Cases of 
(Jephallc Version, with Introductory Keniarks. .V. 
O. .Veil, and .*>'//;• Jour., .Mai/. 

Ilaiiiiuiis, ifoliii. ('ases of Ovntlotomy. Hiftun 
Med, and ,Snr, Jour,, .{utt. -M. Hospital Cases. Iloslon 
M'd. and .S'l/r, Jour., .Ih//. K). 

Hon, ir. H. The Circuhir Dandage as a Kemedy 
In Thoracic Atl'ections. Am. I'nni., thl. 

Iloopi-r, Will. I). Ueiuarks on Aspiration. Va. 
Meil. Miinllilii. Jan. 

IIo(>|ifs, |j. Cases from Practlue. llaJinemanninn 
.Mi.n'lihj. Ainil. 

II«|ikiiiM, II. It. Case of Sudden Death after 
Kmliolism of t'je .\.\inary Artery. Hii.Jini .Med. and 
Sue. Jone., Jimi' '1\. Two Cases ol Obsiure Disease, 
with .Xulopsies. Iln.'iliin .Mnl. and ,\ur. Jour., Hie. (',. 

llorii«>r, Fi'cdk. The .\mi ricau Naval Mediial 
Servicl^ fhil. .Mnl. and ,Snr. Uep., .Sefil. Vi. 'Ihc; Pa- 
tholnj^y and Triatiuent i>( Cari'iuoina. I'liil. .Mnl. 
and .Sur. Hip., Iln . Ti. 

Horner, ,Ir., Frcilk. Obstetric Practice in 
Viraiiiia. /V,i7. .)/,■,/. mnl .vm-, i{ip., .Se/il. •>2. 

Ilorloii, ,1. Animal Krotli as an .Vlinieut in Dis- 
eas<!. .V. 1'. .)/((/. Jonr., t'rli. 

Horsi-y, ,1. Alfrt'il. Notes of a Cas(f of Fracture 
of the liase of the Skull. Vanadu Laueet, Auij. 

I. .\ f^ase of Vai^dnal Lithotomy. 
Jone., \oe. 'J'i. 

Hot'/,, F. <'. A Piece of Iron in the Irin'rwenty- 
foiir years -.\ spliutir of coal in the Posterinr Lay- 
ers of tlio Cornea, eti'. I'hieniin M'd. JiiUr.. and l<:.r.. 
Fill'. 

Hoiiai'il, •!. (•. Notes on tlie Klfects of the Sap 
or Juice of the H'ppomaue Mancinella. Ilalimniann- 
iav Moullihi. Fell. 

Hoiiu^li, .1. It, A System of Clieniicai Testing for 
Medical and tleneral t'se. Ci7i. I.nneil and (lh.'<., .Sriil. 
A System of Chemical Testing for ^Tedical aii(l(tiri- 
erai I'sy. fin. /.nmel and oh.'-., Drl. 

Ilniif^litoii, Ilfiiry <'. A Lci'ture on Otolojiy. 

Ilidini'hiimniiiii Mimlli'i/. .\iirit. 

Houston, M. M. .Midiiinal l'i'o)ierti''s of the 
liutlalii I.ithia SprniL's of .Mrclib-nbiirg Co.. Va. I" 
Mill. Mi.id'di/. /•■. '.. 

Ilouai'd. Oiivid. Notes on tlic Distribntiun >r 
llie .AlUaloids In Ciniliona 'I'rirs. Am. .Imie. I'ii.ie., 
.Sipl. 

Ilowiiril, Ht-iii'.v. How to Diai^'uoKis Ceitaiu 
ForniH of Ihsaiiity I'liO'idn .Med. nnd .Sii,\ .lone., 
Moieh. Some liciiiiirks on the Mt<lical •lurisjiiu 
dence of Insanity. Cauuila .Mnl. and .Sue. Jonr., .Xne. 

H <»«'«', A. >I. Bacteria and Microzymos. r/iviiiin 
.Med. 'I'tnies, ,Sr/il. The Slttua^'ciiicut of Dysc iitei'y. 
Am. .Med. June.. (A'!. A'ee. 

Howe, .Io.s<>|>li W. On the Etiology, Pnthol()«y 
and 'J'reatnieiit of Speiinatorrhaa and Impotence. 



HOMIIKT, .\li'r<' 

nii.diin M d. and .Sue 



I an 

f .V. r Med. Hee . Xov. 11. 

! IIOMI 

! Patt-lla 



Ootuvias Tlinnidy kf- 

Hoslon .Vtd '1011 Sue. .lemr.. 



fracture 

Sept. 6 



if the 



OLAHHU'IED til AUTHORb. 



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Howo, S. Ui'oout l'riij<rcKM In Olmtelrlci »nd 
(lynadcoldKjr, Ho.ilim Unl. nml Niir. Jour., Am. lO. 

Hoy, I'. It, OuMCH (if Injury of th« Ilraiii luvolv- 
inn HiH'i'fli. i'hi<iii/i) Jiiiii: i\iiv. (iHil .Mail. lHs„ 
Apiii. 

llo,vii«>, T<<iii|il<« H. Xbii Tboraiifluttc UaiiRii of 

StillilijHiiKm. Am. Ilniiieii , An;/. Anti-Hyiiliilitli' 
ilcMKJillcH. ( /;/. .1/.//. .\ilrniiir (II). Julji. (.'Imrttctcr- 
iBtlcH (if UliUH 'rdxlcddciitlrciij. /'. ,S'. MkI. /iinnlijiii- 
lor [II). Munh I. I.iM'tiiri' iin Vi'niTi'al itiiil Skin jilM- 
i'«Hi'K. r. ,S. Meil. Iiii-i-sliiiulm- {II). .Iiiif IS, Clmratv 
torlHtliH of C'ouinni. r. ,V. .»/«/. Iiiri:tliiintiir ill). 
All!/. 15. 

Iloyt, I'. II. (ivnvian Tiinmr Coiniillratnl with 
Aiii'ltlH. ''III. .)/.(<. A'Iniiiif ill). Ffir. A Case of 
AbcIIIh. Ciii. Mnl. Ailfiim-e \II). Mdirli. 

Hoyt, \V. I>. A Coiitriltutiin to thii Study of 
l'ut^ri)L'rul (JonvnlHliins. U.nmt I,. .Miil. Juitr., .Iitii'-. 



Antl(inity of TarHO-MetstarHnl 
Mnl. Ii>;., .1/0// 11). 



Ilultlxird, O. IV 

AniiHitations- .V. 1 

If ikInoii, a. T. Abnormal Anus of Six YritrB' 
Duration — A .SnccuMRtiil uporutioii for ItH Cure. 
I'ltcilif .Mill, iinil Siir. Jiitii:, .Xnv. 

HikIhoii, F. Oiirwin. Honiu nf the Dlni^uoHtlc 
Itclatlons of till.' IniUyeHtionH— /'/(//. ami I'lmr., May. 



HikIniiii, K. I>. 

Mnl. S'twf, Ni>i\ 3. 



HymrH Amputation. I,nui.irillr 



IIiikIk'h, ('. 11. CiiHe of trnilfttfiral Cerebellar 
AbwceiiH and Tuniorn without I'ert-iHteuce of Synii)- 
toins. <'}iiriuji> Jour. Mnv, iiiiil .Mini. I>is., Oil. 
I'ractlettl NoteN on the I'HyeboHls. SI. l.imh .Mi'il. nml 
Siir. Jour., .Marrli, Notes ou Paychosis. .S7. I.onii 
,Mril. anil Siir. Jour., April. 

lIuKfs, Itirliiiril. llalininianii on Aeouitc. /'. 
.V. .\lnl. Inri'sliijiitor {,H).Srf,l. 1. On the Itiltioiialo of 
)Ionieoi)athic Cure. .V. *,'. Mnl. Uuzelle (II). .Mail. Ou 
the Nature of Druf? Action. HahiieiiKinninn .Mimtlili/, 
•liiiii . 

Hull, <;•■•». S. Hepnrtof Case of Femoral Aneur- 
i.'iin. /'/((/. .)/«/. /'(Hici, .Sfjit. 1. 

Hull, 1.. itr<>\v«-r. AspcrKlUuR lu the Ear. Am. 
Jour. .Mill. .Stvun.i, .■{jiiil. 

Iluinplire.v, J. R. Conversion of I'neo Presen- 
tation into une of Vertex by aid of Kuee-Klbow Pre- 
sentation. .1/11. ./"ur. .Mill. Sriiiiii', Jiin'. 

Hunt, Diiviil. On the Development of the Ex- 
teniitl Har I'usnnKe. Am. Jour. .Mml. .Srirtici:<, Jan'. 
Development vif the Middle Ear. Iludou .Mnl. ami 
.Sur.Jimr., Oct. IM The Obstetrie lorceps. Hnslon 
.Mill, amt ,Sur. Jour., .Mar/ W. 

Hunt, K/ra M. The Preventive Treatment of 
Certain DiseaKes— A New Method of I'rophvlaetic 
Practiee. .\ . )'. M,,l. It.r.. .Si/it. 22. The Control of 
Zymotic DiHeaBe,>< by Prophylatic Treatuieut. i\. V. 
Mill. I{,v., I),,: H. 

Hunt, tl. (iiltbons. Post Centennial Microsco- 
liical Notes. I 'in. .M-il. A'- us, Miinli. liotanical Mi- 
croscopy, ('in. .Mr I. A>"V. .lull/. Microscopy — What 
I Know Alxnit some I^ate Improvements ofthe Mi- 

crosc<ipe. I'lit. M'll. .\rii:i, Juli). 

fluiit, Wni. Sliortiiin^' in fractures, and Bilat- 
I'l'al Symmetry. .V. )'. .Mnl. Hi,., Auij. t. 

iiunter, . Suppuration of the Valvo-Va^lual 

(Hand. .1/11. .lour, ohx., (hi. Specimen of Dysmen- 
orrheal Membrane. .Im. Jour. Olis., Oil. 

Hupp, Joliii ('. Cases of Phymosis and Ad- 
herent Prepuce. Ciu. .M'll. XiMif, .Si-pl. 

Ilur<1, K. I*. I'hyinosls : Incoordiuatiou of 
Movements, with lioss of Eiiiiflibratliig Powers; 
Circumcision — Uecovery. Uoi^ton .Mnl. auil Sur.Jour,, 

JllU. l». 

Hurlburt, I{. W. Notes on Two Cases of Lu- 
cucyUitimia. I'auivin Louol, Jan. 



Ilut^hlimnn, JainoA H. Intcratldal Nephritis 
iu which there w.:s Markeil Kutinal Chanxes, Perl> ' 
canlltis and Perhardlal KIVuhIoiih. I'iiil. .Mnl. Timm, 
Junr 'J. (Cerebral .Abscessaud Dilated llrouchi. I'hil. 
.Mnl Times, Aut/. l.H. 

Hyatt, II. tItlN. Puerperal Ei'lanipsta and Milk 
Diet. I'd. Mill. Monllili/, Mai/. The Normal Anatomy 
of I he Vulvo- Vaginal UrIHco. Am. Juur. Oli»., April 
awl Del. 

Hyil<>, ilaincH NfvinM. An Adaptation of the 
I'luHti r Ju(^kut to the Hpllnts of the Hip. Am. Jour. 
.Wii/ ,SViV)i(r», Julji. Preputial Htunoals. Chicago Meil. 
Jour, anil hU., April. Uare Forms of Oonxenital Mul- 
tiple and Mouolateral Pigmentary N(evus, Having 
the Disposition of Zoster Corporis. I'liiraijo .Mnl. 
Jtuir. ami »., Oil. A Case of Frambiesloid Condolo- 
niatous Hyphlloderm of tho Hairy Ucalp, Cured by 
the Hypodernilo Injection of Corrosive Sul)llniate 
(From the Italian of Tommaao dl Amiels.) Arch. 
Ihrmalol, Orl. 

Illowy, II. Skin Disenscs. ('in, l.ancil ond Oli»., 
Fill. Hydrotherapouties. Ciu. l.anrel ami Oli.\.,June. 

luv.e, K, A, History of a Complicated Case, with 
Autopsy. V. S. .Veil. Inrexliijator (II), Oct. I. 

IiiKmIh, K. I''letch«'r. Tympanic Ki>aonauce In 
Pleuritls. Chicai/ii .Miil. Jour, and Ex., .March. Death 
from Twenty U-»IU8 of Chloral. Chicago Med. Jour, 
and /•,>., March. The Kniballouieter. Chicago .Med. 
Jour. and Fr., April. Dant,'er from Hypodermic In- 
jections. Chicago .Mid. .lour, and Ex., Aug. A ('(Un- 
parlson of the Mortiuiry Statistics of Sun Francisco. 
Chicago, Cincinnati, I'hiladelphia, Charleston, Bos- 
ton. St. I.ouis, Uichmoud. Haltimoro, New Orleans, 
Now York ami Lowell. Chicago Mid. Jour, and Ex., 
Oil. Ingrowing Toe Nail. Chicago .Mnl. Jour, and 
Ex.. Iln: 

IukIhh, J. '\. Kerosene OU in Croup. I'hil. .Mnl. 
and .Siir. li'p., .Mai/ !>. iKnorauco of Pregnancy. I'hil. 
.Mnl. and Sur. Hep.. Aug. 11. 

InKalI'<> Win. A Synopsis of Private Obstetrical 
Practice for Forty-Two Years Previous to Jan. 1, lH7(i. 
lioflon Mnl. and .Viic. Jour., .[prit '26. 

I nice, K. Tracheotomy for tho Komoval of a 
Foreii^u Body. .Soulhcm .Med. Rec, March. 

Irclaud, .1. A. A Short Sketch of the History 
of Obstetrics and (lynn'cology. Cin. l.ancH ami Olm., 
Jum\ Some of the Duties and Uesponsibllities of 
the Dbstetriclau and Oyuiecologist. Am. Mnl. Hi- 
Wi-fh-ly, Dec. 8. 

Cases from the Clinic lor Dis- 
A'. r. .Med. Jour., .May. 



IVfK, Frank 1.,. 

oases of the Throat 



I/artl, AValttT. 

Louisville Med. Afi'w. 



Mitral Insufficiency— Death. 
Ang.'jr,. 

tlackson, J. Han>iUi>n. Poaology. I'. S. Mrd. 
Incintigiliir (II). .Mm/ 15. On (Jranulated Lids. f. A'. 
.Mnl. Inrixligator (II). Aug. 1. 

Jacolii, Aliraliuni. Lecture on Mammitip. 
,lri/i Clin. .V'l//'., .\or. 1. The Influence of Men.'^truu- 
tlou. Pregnancy, and Medicines on I.netatiou. Am. 
Jiiur. OliS; Jul;/. Case of a Boy with Partial Absence 
of the Uight Parietal Bone. Am. Jour., Olm., Oct. 

«la<'olii, 1>I. r. Croup and Diphtheria. A'. }'. 
.Mnl. K'C Fell' '24. 

Jaint-s Iliislirod AV. Tumors. Am. Olncriir 
(II), Jul//. Weather Proving and Disease Tendency, 
Nov. Dec. .Ian' Feb'. Ilahn.'uiaunian .Monlhhi. April. 
What are the most Heliable Sigiis of Incipient Phthi- 
sis Pulmoualis. Ilahncmanniai. .Monthly, A/nil. Dis- 
eases of the Heart. Weather Proving, Mav. 1H77. 
llahncmannian .Monthli/. June. A Question in Ethics. 
llohneniiiiiniaii .Monlhhj, Jiili/. Diseases of the Hi'art. 
llahncmannian Monthly, Kept, Scieutitlc Climatology. 
/,'. .V. .Med. InrestigiUor (II), Dec. 1. 

•Fanif>i, .1. A. (\)uutry Surgery. Charleston Med. 
Juur. and lice, Jan'. 



24 



INDEX fO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



JaincH, John E. Fraoturen of the Ijower Ex- 

treniiticB. Ilnliiii'miinninti Monlhli/. Hay. Treatment 
of Fracture of the Ni<ck of the Femiir, with Case. 
Ifnliwmanniitn Moiillih/, April. Cliuical Chservations 
on Viburnum Pruniiolum. Hahnemannian Monthly, 
Miiy. 

•Tames, Saiiiiifl K. The Antipyretic Treatment 
of Putaimouia. Am.Jmtr. M-il. .S'c/Vikv.k, July. 

•Taiiii'soii, H«'iiry. CaKo of Malarial Convergent 
Strabismus. Am. J'rml., Oct. 

•TaiiioH, E. H. Civic Cleauliuess — Boston. The 
Snnilfiriim, Jan'. The Sanitary Questions t'onceru- 
inK Al)attiiirs and the Slaiinhtering BuMiuess in New 
York. Till' Siiiiltiirian, July. 

Jaiiii'H, Henry. A CaHC of Spiunl Heraii)hlegi». 
Am. Jour. Mi'il. .VciVjkys, (hi. 

Jaiu'way, Edward <i. On Syphilitic Meningi- 
tis. Anh. Clin. .s«r., A'"r. 1. The .■Vrrest of Zymotic 
Uiseanes— Small Pox, Siiirlet Fever, Dipththeria, 
Measles, TypUoi'l Fever, Diarrhceal niHeasex. The 
•'<iinitnriii>i, .SV;)^ 

•Taiivrin, Joseph E. Case of Puerperal Phlebi- 
tis. Am. Jiiur. ItliD., Jan'. 

JeiikH, Kdward \V. Smcessfnl Case of Ciessrean 
Sec^tiou after .Seven Days Lal)or, Am. Jour. Olis., Oct. 
The Kelatious of Ancient Medicine to (iynaecology. 
Kflr.iil Meil. Jour., M,iij, Ueport upon Obstetrics. 
Dilroit Mid. Jmir., Si-iit. ' 

•Jenkins. <J. F. A Case of Complete Rupture of 
the Uterus and Vagina. I'hil. Meil. awl .S'uc. Urn. 
March -'i. 

•TerneKaii, H. M. Successful Case of Hernio- 
tomy. .V.' M''il. <;a:i'ltr (II), F''h\ Three Cases of 
Ovariotomy. N. K. .t/.i/. Iln-.i'llr (II). .Srpt. ami Oil. 
Case of I'otts Fracture. .V. A". Mnl. dazillr (II), pre. 

•Ji'ssup, *. A. Experience in Puerperal Eclamp- 
sia. I'l'iil. Mill. lUi'l .Siir. If,-/,,, Aiiij. 4. 

•lew ell, .1. S. PatholoKy and Treatment of Neil- 
i'alt,'iH. i:hiiiii)o ,/iiur. .\i rr:ius awl Menial />i.s., April. 
Cases dl Dise.ises of the Skin Depending on Neivu 
Le-iioii-.. Arch. I)i rmalol July. 

•Tewett. G. AV. Surgical Injuries of the Head. 

li i.<lon .Mi'il. ami ,Sur. Jour., Anij. >j. 

•lolly, >I. On the Alterabilitv of (Jalomel and 
the Preiautious Ner'essary in its Therapeutical Eni- 
ployments. Am. Jour. I'har.. lire. 

•Tohaiisen, K. Chemistry of the Barks of the 
Oak. Willow and Elm. Am. .lour. I'har.. S'ji!. 

•lolinsoii, C'lik'i.^topher. F.pithelicima Penis. 
.1/./. .Mril. Jiiir., Aw,. 

•lolinsoii, <'. It. '"liissification and Causation of 
Disease. Cliicni/o .\lnl. Jour, and h'.x., .March. 

•lolinson, <J. K. Preventive Treatment of Con- 
(,'en tal Syphilis. JMrnit .Mul. Jnur.. .Mai/. Memoir 
(v| I >r. Benjamin Hush. Del mil .Mid. Jnur.. t'cl,'. 

•lolinson, <;e<). Dangers of Yaginal Injections. 
.V. J'. Mnt.Jimr., .Sept. 

•Johnson, II. A. Tliyrntoiny. rliirni/o Mnl. ': 
Jour and l:'r., J-fi. Ticail Puisciuing — MiTciirial 
Eretliism. i'l,ii lu/o M'd. .hmr. and Ex., .^rpl. A Case! 
Ill' I'ericai'ditis huppiiraliva. Aneurism of Ascen<l- i 
in ; Aiirt.i. Vhicaijo M<d. Jnur. (C d tr., Oct. 

•Johnson, .1. Taber. Case of Eclampsia. Arch. 
C ill. .V//;',, Jan. 

•lohnse/i, flolin Tli.iil. Narrowi d .Meatus as a 
Cans of .Stricture of fiie I'r.'thra. Allania Med. and 
,'^ur. Jour.. Jan. The Nfirniw .Meatus. Allanla Med, 
and .snr. Jnur.. July. The Trea uii'Ut ot Uetentiou of 
Ucili'i. .Allanin .Mi-d. and Sur. Jnur., Dec. 

•Johnson, Lawrence. Maggots in u Newly Born 
Inliiiit. ,V. v. Mill. Kcc, .S'pl. 1. 

•Johnston, Wirt, Treatment of Diphtheria. 

Am. Med. Hi- Weekly, \ov. a4. 



•Johnson, W. A. Hospital Reports, Phil, Med. 
Times, .Sept. 16. 

Jone, »Vm. Glanders in the Human Subject. 
Parijic Med. and Sur. Jnur., June. 

•Jones, H, E. Ingrowing "too Nail. Ohio Med. 
Kecnrder, Sept. 

•Jones, •Joseph. Poisonous Efl'ecits of Cyanide 
of Potassium. .V. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., May. Notes 
on the History of Disinfection and Disinfectants. 
.V. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Jones, ,1, J. Intestinal Intussusception, with 
Various Inflammatory Complications. I'hil. Med. and 
Sur. Rep., .May V2. New Mexico as a Health Ue-'ort 
for Consumptives. Phil. Med. and Sur. Hep., Sept. 
\T>. 

\. Picric Aciv. .\m. Olmerrer 



•Jones, S. 
Aug. 

•Jones, S. 

Med and Sur, 

•Jones, S. 



(W. 



I'hil. 



I... The Sequel* lu Influenza. 
Hep., Feb. 17. 

P, A Case of (Monic. Blephar-Spasraus. 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Sept, 

Jones, AVni. A Case of Convulsion— Nervous 
Irritability. .V. )'. .Med. Eclectic, Xuv. 

•Jones, W, W. Scpticmmia after Amputations. 
Toledo .Med. and Sur. Jnur., .\jiril. 

•J«iynes, I.evtii S. (;aso of Infantile Paralysis. 
Va. .Med. Monthly, July. The First .Medical Fee Table 
of Virginia. \'a. .Med. .Monthly, .ipril. Remarks on 
Hemorrhagic Malarial Fever, Especially with Uefer- 
ence to the Character of Urine. H. and L. Med. Jour., 
Hatch. 

Kafka, . The Horr.eop.ithic Treatment of 

Pneumonia. .V. E. Med. G.iiette ill), Jan. 

Keatin);, John .M. Clinic Lecture on the The- 
rapeutic Uses of .laborandi. I'liil. Med. Time.^, .fune 
■23. Uomarks on a Comparison of the Weather Re- 
ports with Catarrhal Diseases of Children. I'hil. 
.Med. Times, July 7. Death from Embolism in Diph- 
theria. I'hil. .fled. Timet, July 7. 

Ke«'ii, AV. W. On the Danger Attending the Use 
of Opium in liright's Disesse. I'hi'. Mnl. Timr.t, Jan. 
6. An Arm Amputated after Diffuse (,'ellulitis. Post 
Sternal .\bsces8. I'hil. .Med. 'Time.';, June \). 

Keeler, K. S. Death from (run-Shot Wound 
after an interval of Fourteen Years, .Med. .\cic.i ami 
I.ilirary, .Sept. 

Kelhxtk, .J. D. Gangrene foUov.ing the Exter- 
nal Use of Carbolic Acid. Caniuia Lancet, .March. 

Kelly, •Jos. \, Placenta Pniivia. .t»i. Jnur . Glut.. 
July. 

K«'lsey, Charles. A Case of General Transposi- 
tion of the Viscera. Am. Jnur. .Mnl. AViV/icc.v, Oct. 

Kemper, <«. AV. H. A Contribution to Medical 
Jurispriuleuce. -Im. I'ract., June. 

Kempt', iM. Gangrene —.Xmpiitation. Lnui.-rille 
.Vnl. .\iic<, .April 7, Excision of a Deep-Seated Tumor 
of the Neck. I,nui.<irill- .Mnl. Sewf, June U. A Nest of 
Encysted Tumors in Hight Orbit. Lnuisrillr .Med. 
,Vi!H',<, July 14. Epilepsy — Trephining, ('in. hnncrl 
and Olis., .fan. 

Kempton, tVilllam I>. Dental Caries, Its In- 
fluence tipdii the General System, Itf I'Kvention. 
Cin. I.anctl and Ohs., h'eh. 

Kenniird, Thomas, Can Syphilis He-Occur, or 
ran a I'eisun Have Syphilis Twice? SI. I.nuin Med. 
and .Sur. Jnur., Jan. i he t!c>ntaniciiis)iess and Treat- 
ment of DiphthiU'ia. SI. Lnnif .Med. and Sur. Jnur., 
Feb. Molar Pregnancy. ,SI. /,(/,<(.< M'll. and .Sur. Jour.. 
.March. 

Kennedy, <<, \V. Acpne Meilieatie. .Im. Jnur. 
J'hiir., Jan. Elixir Glycyrrhi/ic. .Im. .lour. Itinr.. 
.May. Sodium Salicylate, .iiu. .Imir. I'har., Dec. 

K«'nnedy, I. ('. Alcohol — Its Effects in Health, 
Its Remedial Applications in Disease. Where and 
When should it be Used? ('in. Lancet and Ohs., Jan. 



CLASSIFIED BY AUTHOBS* 



t85 



KciiiitMlv, J, D. Hydrencephalouele, Am. Med. 

Hi- Wn-Kin, <ht. -n. 

Korlvy, Ahriiiii V. Estimation of Araenlc In 
Willi Paper iiiid Orreu Tark'taii. .Vci'J AVm.. Auij. ' 

Ki'vv, I. <». IJthntomy and Surgery in China. 
I'iicifif Mill, mill Siir. ■lour., y<ir. 

Ki-rsliaw, J. >Iai'tiii(!. NBuralt.;la— Sulphur. 
I/. .V. Mi-il. Iiivisli!/ctli, 1-1,11), l)>;\ 1, 

Kf.vH, Kdwiird I... A Case of Lichou Planum. 
Anil. Iii'rnuilnl., Jan. A ProHtufic Guide. Af. V. .Mi'il. 
Krc., Miiii f). The Tonic and Specific Action of Mer- 
cury. .V. }'. .\t,il. liic., .Mill/ Vi. Tbn ITse of Meruury 
in Syphlli.s. hniii.iril/i' .Wid, Afirs, .ipril 'JH. 

K«'VK«'r, I*. I). UlepharitiH and Ametropia, /'hit. 

.)/.(/. riniix. Mili-rli 17. 

Kcyl, li. A. T. C'ardio^'raphu' and Syphigmo- 
t,'raphic .Stii(li<'s. .\ . )'. Mill. .Imir.. .Ii'l;/. 

Kibbif, <J<M»rK<" W. Cooling the Blood in Ty- 
phoid l''ev<'r. I'liil. Mi-il. mill .Siir. Ui)k, .sV/)^ 1. Uu 
Water as a Therapeutic Agent, yew lirtn., .Mny. 
Fever ; itn Nature and Purpose, Cin. .Mtil. Xi'im, 
Fill'. The Natnre and Purpose of Fever. Cin. .\tfil. 
Xe.irit, May. Description of a Fever Cot. N. )'. .Med. 
./our., Fib'. 

KitTiiaii, •IiiiiioH (i. Katatouia. a Clinical Form 
of In.Hauity. Am. ./nur. /u.-'mti/y, .hilij. 

Iviii^, <:. ii. Sub-Peritoneal Fibroid Tumor Re- 
moved by Abdominal Section — .Xm. ./(iiir. .Meil.Scien- 
'V.S-. ./tin. 

Kiii)^, Clias. I'. Tertiary Syphilis Therapeutical- 
ly roiiuidered. ('in. Lmiiii amI.Oh.s., July. Cholera 
Infantum. Ohiii .)/<</. liiinrtliv, (XL 

Kill);, I'Vrdiiiaiiil. Ciucboua Allialoida and their 
Salt.-), li. mill L. Mi'il. .Inin-,. Ainj. (;iuch(>na .Vlkaloids 
and their Malt.'<. Allmiln .Uiil nml ,Siir. ,/niir., ./iiiu-. 
SypliiliH — .Mlmiln Mat. iiml .Siir. Jmir., Jiiti/. Nephritic 
C(dic. .[Ilmilii M'll, mul .Siir. Jmir.. ()'l. Cincbo- 
Quiaine — Snulln m .M,;!. Hit., July. Ciucbo-Quinine. 
I'li;i and I'liiir., Aug. Oiucho-C^uinine. .Md. M^d. 
Jnui:, .y./il. 

KiiiK, <;oo. Health Helper. Kchxtic Med. and 
Siir. Jiiiir., Auij. 

KiiiK, •!. <;. Viburnum in Dysmeuorrhcjca. Holme- 

iiiiiiiiiimi Miiiillily. .Sijil. 

KiiiK. AVillis I'. Hydrophobia. .SY. Louis Med. 

mill Siir. Jiiiir., .\iiij. 

KiiiK:, Will. S. Note on the Advantage 01 Posi- 
tion in Dillicult Kxpectoration. IVdl. .Med. Times, 
Awi. 4. 

KiiiK''l>in'.v, <'. I" Hysteria Kesulting from 
Spinal irritat'iou. ,V. K. Mid. (luzille (II), Mmrli. 

Kiiikt-iiil, tl. .Xnomalons Case of Upium Poison- 
ing. .\. )'. Mid. lin:. Die. 2->. 

Kiiiiie, .\. I''. Morphine met by Atropia. Detroit 

.Mid. Jiiiir., /he. 

Kiiinoy, I'ortor S. A Case of Pelvic Celluliti.s. 

Iliii.iiii. 'I'imrx, Aug. 

Kiiiiiit'iitt, l'\ I*. Cane of Zostor FrontallK 

Traiiumticus. Areli.i)/' Dirmnlnl, Jitn'. 

KliiMiiian, I). X. Syuoi)gis of F(Uir Hundred 
Cases (f tllistetric Practice. (ihiii .Men. lieenrder. 
Fell. Hysterical Paralysis. Ohin .Med. lieenrder, .Mnji. 
Uright's Diseaa,'. Ohio .Med. lieenrder, June. Pott's 
Disi'aHe. tiliiii Mill, lieenrdi r, Aug. Salicylic Acid and 
its Salts. Ohin Med. lieenrder, Sejii, 

Kifklcy, V. A, Ovariotomy, with Ui'))ort of a 
Case, ohin Mel. lieenrder, .Mnreh. Cjstii- Filiroiuata 
of liotli Ovaries. 'I'niedn .Med. itiid .Sur. Jniir., I>ee. 

Kirkwiioil, tlay W. Oil ot Turpentine in Puer- 
peral Peritonitis. Wenlerii [.micet, .Mii ■ 



Kitchen, Daiilul II. Ticoti 
(Mil) Med and Siir. Jimr — .Ijiril, Juii 



n Insanity. 
Oef. 



Klie, O. U., Charles. Collodion. Am. Jour, 
Phar., June. Itesiua PodopbylU. Am, Juur, Phar., 
Dec, 

Kimpp, CharleH, Case of Tracheotomy in 
Croup, (.'in. Lancet and Obs., Aug. 

Kiiapp, H. Keport and Remarks on a Fourth 
and Fiftti Hundred Cataract Extractions, according 
to Von Graajfes Method. Arch. Opthal and OtoL, Vol. 

i VI., 2iiige 7. Ophthalmological Review. Arch. Oph- 

' thai and Otnl., Vol. VI., page3'ii. Peripheral Division 
of the Capsule. Preliminary Communication. Arch. 

j 0])hlhal and Otiil., Vol. VI., page 5i5. Ophthalmoscope 

j Making. N. V. Med. Hec, June 16. 

! Knapp, H. E.xperience with Lycopodium. Ohio 

I .Med. and .S'ur. Hep., (II). March. Experience in Scar- 
let Fever and Diphtheria. U. S. Med. Investigator 
' (II), A)inl.\. 

Kiivrr, C. B. Sunstroke, t'. 5. Med. Investiga- 

lur (II), Aug. 15 

KiHitt, J. J. Solution of Nitrate of Silver In 
the Treatment of Orchitis. Phil. Med. and Sur. Rep., 
'• .March 17. A Case of Rattlesnake Bite Successfully 
! Treated by Injections of Carbolate of Ammonia into 
i the Veins. I'hil. Med. and Sur. Hep., July 21. Injec- 
I tions of Carbolate of Ammonia for Snake Bite. 
I I'hil. .Med. and Sur Rep., July 'i.^. A Case of Strangu- 
ateil Hernia of Right Side. Louisville Med. News, 
. July 7. 

I Knox, J Suydain. Insomnia. Chicago Mtd. Jour 
j and Et., Jan'. 

Knie8, M. Sixteen Cases of Sarcoma of the Oho- 
' roid, with Epicritic Remarks. Arch. Ophthal and 
j OM.. Vol. VI., page aid. 

\ Kiil(>flit, F. I.. Case of Anosmia Following • 
I Blow on the Occiput. Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 
I .svj). 13. iiecent Progress in the Treatment of the 

Diseases of the Throat. Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., 

Oct. i. 

I Koeck, Carl. Cases from Practice. Cin, Med, 
■ Adean ' (//), Oel. Cases from Practice. Huhneman- 
nian Monthly, .May. Cases Treated with Schussler'a 
Remedies. Hahiwmannian Monthly, May. 

Koriidoerfer, A. " Mel Cum Sale." Halme- 

mannian Monthly. Sept. 

Kuchler, C. F. Diphtheritis. Cin. Med. Ad- 
vance (II), March. 

Kulin, N. A. Oil of Cinnamon Leaves. Am. 

Jour. I'har., Jan. 

Kunze, C. F. On the Treatment of Epilepsy- 

Ilahnemannian .Monthly, March. 

Kunze, H. E. Phyllocactus Orandis. A'. V Med. 
fjcleelie, Sept. Cereus Triangularis. A'. V. Med. Ec- 
lectic, .Sept. 

Kurtz, Joseph. Diphtheria. Western Lancet, 

Dec. 

Laiiiadrid, J. J. A Case Hlustrating the Influ- 
ence on the Infant, of Medicine, Administered to the 
Mother During Pregnancy and Labor. Am. Jour. 
Oil.''. . July. 

I.awhofer, Kdward. On Detection of Adulter- 
ations in Oleum Theobromro. Am. Jour. Phar., May. 

l.andorer, Xav. Note on Olive Culture and 
Olive Oil in Greece— Note on the Date and its Use in 
the Orient. AViu Rem., Jan, Miscellaneous Contri- 
butions from the Orient. .Vfio Rem.. April. Notes 
oil Bou'e Mediciu >1 ao ' other Useful Plants. Am. 
Jimr. Phar., Apri '^'arietloB. Am. Jour. Phar., July. 

I.andesberK. >!• Contribution to the Pathology 
of Child Bed. I'hil. Med. Times, Aug. 4. On Keratitis 
Bullosa. Arch. Ophthal. and Otol., Vol. V^l., page Vi5. 
On tlio Etiology and Prophylaxis of Blindness. Arch. 
Ophthal and OInl., Vol. VI., page tS'ii. On Sympathetic 
Ophthalmia. Phil. Med. ami Sur. Rep., Stpt, 22. 



il.!^ 



28 



INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMBTDNICATlONe, 



Landis, H, O. The Period of Maximum Birth 
Rate. I'hil. Mni. Times, Sipt. 1, ("»u the Mochanisiu 
of Occipito- -Posterior Positious of the \erte\. Am. 
Jour. Hied. Sdetuf.i, Jan. Puerperal Fever. Ohio Mrtl. 
and Sui: Jour., Feb. A Case of Ligation of the IJra- 
chial Artery, for Injury. O'lin Mnt. (iinl .•<nr. .laitr., 
June. A CaHe of Extra Uterine l^reguaucy. ahin 
Med. and Sur. Juur., Oil. Ou the Prove. .tiou of Pu- 
erperal Eclampsia by Chloral, illiio .Mnl. unit .Sur. 
Jour., Dec. 

liandiH, John C. liemarks upon tlie Subject of 
AtrPHia Vagiual, Xa.ihvillc Jour. .Med. uml ,Sui\. ,/ii!y. 

Lane, E. W. Case of (Jerebro-Splnal Meningitis. 
South'rn Med. Her., .May. 

Laudon, Uaiinlbal. Antipyretic Treatment of 
Typlioid Fever. Am. I'ravt., .ijiril. 

LdinAing:, Kdwar<l S, Ergot in Hemorrhoids. 
I'hit. Med. Jime.i, Oct. VS. 

tiansiiigh, K. V. K. Keport of a (lase of .spon- 
taneous Closure of a (>auf;reu(iu.« Solutinu of Ccm- 
tiuuity in tlie Intestine Hej<ultlng fr^m Stranguhiteil 
Hernia. Am. Juur. .Med. .Si-ieiici:i, (hi. 

Laqueur, . A Case ot Ossilication of the 

Choroid, with the Opltbalneiscopio Aiipeiiraiu e.s. 
Arch. Opklhal. and Olol., I'"/ 17. pniie -ixl. 

Larrabee, J. It. Chloral Hydrate. V'l. V- I. 
Monthly, Sept. 

Lascar, ferdinand. Erythroxylon Ccx'a, ,V. )'. 
Med. Kee., April 21. 

Lathvop, W. H. The Metric System. Iif.'n.i: 
Meil. Jour., Fell. Hypospadias Eeignint; Hi'rniaph- 
roditism. Huston .Med. and .S'u;-. Jour.. .\i>r. 'Si. 

Lautenbacli, H. F. On the I'unctioDs of the 
Cerebral Lobes. Am. Jnur. .M'l. .•<iieiii;^,oi. Tlic 
Conducting Power at Distiuc t fi'oni the Ki i. iviiij; 
P.iwer of the Nerve. J'liil. Mnl. '/V»e.<. Murrh 17. Ou 
a New Function of the Liver. J'/iil. .\hd Tim'.--. May 
yti. Electrical Phenomena Oi'c\irrinii iu tin- Heart. 
I'hil. .Med. Timi's, .MarrU.M. t)n the Vt!lo> ity oi tlu- 
Nervous .-Kctiou. I'hil. .M'lt. Tlinen. April 'J. i. 

Leaie, Chas. A. .\dclress on Uetiriiit^ Ircnii tli..' 
Presidency of the .•Vlumui AKSociiitioii of IJcllrMie 
Hospital Med. College. Va. .Med. .Munlhly, .s, p! . 

Leavitt, fSbt-ldon. The Kcetal IleartlJeat. f. 
S. Med. Ineeili<ial'ir [II). Her. !.■>. 

Le«*, Ut-njamiii. Self-Suspension in the I : at- 
ment of Spinal Attectioiis. I'i.il. V^/. Tine <. Any. 4. 
Ou the Best Means of Promotiiiy I'lii.u. I y lirst 
Intention. Chicnyo .Med. .lour, ani' .'•.>., .)/■('/. A (asi! 
of Puncture of the InfestnuH for tlie Helief ot over 
Distention with Oas. Ciiioty., .M'd. .li.ur. ond A>.. 
Oct. (Ju thi- Best MeanN of I'rouiotint,' l"iji.)n by 
First lutenti'in. .Soidh'-ni .!/■(/. A'-o.. ./loc. 

Lee, AViii. On the Effect nf Btiiuulatioii on an 
Excised Nerve. .V. )'. .Meil. lie,-.. .V,/,', 1, On tlje 
Tr 'atment of Chorea. Md. .Mid. .lour.. Oil. Foreign 
Bodies in the Stomach. I'hil. .Med. and .Sur. Hep., 
yor. ;t. 

LettVrts, 4ieo. M. Acute (Edema of the dlottis. 
.V. y. .Med. Juur., .\iiy. 

Lt'fort, .Jill«-«. Memoir on the Preparation and 
('ompositiim of Emetiua. .!<» Junr I'linr. s.pt. 

L<-f{lei-, H. T. Ou Fori'ed Venfilatioii '/•./.■.■,/„ 
Mul. unit .S'«r. Jour.. July. 

Le Harily, .1. C. Nasal Caturrli. Al'mil'i .!/•■ >. 
anil Sur. Jour.. Any. 

Lehman, .l<»bn W«'m1«',v. 1 lie i .^c of lilMcivn 
In Fluid '•^.xtractH. .Im. Ji.nr. I'/im;, J'di,. 

Leidy, I'liillp. An Improved IModiticjti'm of the 
••Dinible Catheter" Trocar and Ctiinla. /'/.//. .Mr. I. 
and Sur. Hip.. Ot. U. 

Leitfh, .A. tl. A Case ol Li),'atioii ot tlie Brachhil 
Artery, for Injury. Ohiu .Mid. mid Sur ./mi,-.. Jmi- . 

Leitner, C. li. Treatment of Carbuncle. .sv„(^(|. 
rrn Ifed. Her., Any. 



Lemon, K. C. Congenital PhlmoiU, with Ad- 

hi rent Prepuc(\ .v/. A,o,(/n .)/«■■/. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

LeiiK-n, II. \. Pulmonary C nsumptiou. <'in. 
Mi.i. .\i,i-<. .Murrh. 

Leiite, Kredk. I>. Operation for Atresia of the 
Vanilla in a Married Woman. Am. Junr. Otix., Jan. 
Ueniarki\l>le Ca-.e of Alioholic Ci)ma. H. mid I.. .Mnt. 
Juur.. J. in. Cliiiiate of Florida. \. 1 , -Med. Her., 
.Mnnh .). l'iierper:il Fever and Post Mortem Exam- 
inatioiiH. .V. 1'. .)/.(/. /r-.r.. .l;<c// JH. Some Methods 
of Application to the Uterus for Chronic Disease. 
.V. v. .Mid. Hit.. Die. 'iD. 

LeiMiuril. C. Henri. The Sympathetic Nervous 
System. Detruil .)/,,,'. Juur.. Fih. Meteorological Ue- 
port for January, IM77. Delruil .Mm/. Juur., .Murrh. 
Two Cases ol Supp.'sed Hip Disease. Detroit Mnt. 
Jiuir.. .\,ir. Kucalvptus (Uobulus. I'hii. and I'liur., 
.1",'/. 

Lc Koux. <'hiis. L. A Cane of Hepatic Cancer, 
witli P,( iiijirlis. .V. O. .Mill, und Sur. Juur.. .May. 

Lewis. <'. .1. Encephaloid Cancef of the I,iver 
iu a C.'iifd. chiriiyu .Mni. .Iiuir. and Kx.. April. 

Lewis, (li;u'lton T. The lulluence of lUviliza- 
tio;: ou tb(' Duration id' Life, '/'/i- .'<iiHiliriitn, .Ma;,. 

Lewis, l>anieL Digitalis in Scarlatina. -V. )'. 
.!/.■./. Hi'.. FrU. :i. 

Lewis, d. <■. Aiit;iliaPertori.s. t'. S.Med. Inns- 
tiyulur [II). Fi'i. l."i. (in Acute Nephritis. /'. N. -Med. 
Inrr.dlyulur yll). April !.">. Dislocation of the KiiiUi y. 
/'. .V. !il,.l. Inrestiyilor lU) July b'l. 

Lewis, d. M. Malarial Fevers. .Svuthmi Med. 
Heiurit. .\ur. 

Lewis, 5Ierriwether. Analysis of Fifty Coii- 
seeutive Obstetrical Caseii, I'lJ. Med. .Munlhly. Oil. 
Amiiionia 'rreatmeiit of Kin uiiiatism. .^uulheni .Med. 
Ilei..<iri. On the Poinilar Materia Medica of East 
'l'eniiess,'e. .Vh.n-'i, .luiir. Med. and Siir., De.e, 

Lilibv, <'. A. Poisoning from Corrosive Sub- 
liuKHe. ' r. A'. .)/■■'. hiriftiyutur lili. J'dy b". 

Lilientlial, S. Kcaume of -a Study of Demeinia 
I'ar.ilvtica. ' llume.n. Tiiiiif. .Ian. Infantile Wasting 
Palsv'. .\i,rlh Am. Juur. Ilume.i., Feti. .Morbus liasi ■ 
dowii. .\orlli .Im. Ji.iir. Ilumru,, Fill. Morbus A.ldi- 
sonii. Lueieu.ia. .\urlh .tie. Juur. Ilu.niu.. .Miy. 
Two Cases of .M.U'bus Urightii. .Voi-(.'i Am. .luur. 
;i.;ii',,.. Aiiu Myi-hli-. Smlh Am. ./our. Ilumni , 
Any. Canaiiis Itniii aaiid Tabaccum. A Dc/en Cases 
from an old .lourual. Suth Am. Juur. Homo., Sof. 

Lindley, IValter. The Contract .System. I'a- 
riiir .[led. and .Sur. .lour.. .'■<i pi. 

Linilsley, >iin N. l'..i e and ICar Surgical Clinic. 
.\uxl.rilii .i'unr. .Mi'd. mid Sur.. .Murrh ana .May. I'lye. 
arid bar SiiriJial Clinic. Strabismus Convergciis. 
Senile Cataract In a ( olored Wiuiian Cie Munilred 
Years Old. Eniiileation for threatened Syiiipatlntie 
Ophllialiiiia. .Sash. Juur. .Mni. mul Sur., .\uv. 

Liiieoln, l>. V. Injury hesultiiig from Eleitriial 
Trent III, lit. I'.usUui .Meu. and. Sur. Junr.. (hi. 'ib. 

Idiiii, <i. Wilds. Clinical Lecture on Puerperal 
CoUMilsious. I'iiii. .'Jrd. Time.s-, l/iu/ I'i. LaborColn- 
pli'.ited by Lo.lied Twins— Craiiiotiiuv -Version- 
Full. Med. rii'i'X. (jet. '27. 

I,iul<in, S. M, The (leiiu I'eetor.d position in 
Slu iilil. r I'reseniaf'on. Am. i'ruil., (hi. 

Lippe. .\<l. Tlie Healitit; Art. llahnemanniun 
M.e/f',/v, \i.i'. The Pbvs'olojiical livery, dn. Mni. 
Ali'iiiir fill, Ja:i. Pathology and its Lelalioiis to 
tl •nie'.p.ithy. ('in. Mrd. .{dvuur, ill . IVh. Tlie 
l'li.\ Slot. igi ill Li\ery and Ingrowing Nails. Cin. Mid. 
.Xd'rii.ir ilh l/,i/.i,. The Honi.oiiall'ic Life Ins. Cos. 
Ciu. .M. 1. Adraiie- [H ' . .M-m. 'file I'l.Jsiologieal Liv- 
ery, fill. M' I. \deunri ilh. .lu'y. 1 he Capitulation 
of" Hiuneopatliy. 'Vi,, .I/,-/, .i.'.mh.v (//), ,^v;l^ An 
Open Answer to Ir. 11. H. Vriult. ('In. .Med. .[drame 
{II}. .\iii\ Dr, Uie|(e|'s t;ase of IntitssUHceptioti. 
('III. .Mrd. \ilruurr ijl), 1 1, r llxlici |pnc8 111 Scarlet 



CLASSIFIED BY AUTHOHH. 



27 



Fever and DiplitbGria. V. S. Med. Invest iiinlnv [11), 
Jitn.ln. Scarlet Fc'ver. I'. S. Mei'. Iiire.ilindldr (/I), 
March 1. Oh the Plijf iciliiKic:al I,ivcrv. T. S. Med. 
hiiesiitfDlnr (II), Mni/ 15. Win. Stiari). M. ])., \<'. Siiiii'l 
Hiihuc'iuauii. v. s'. Med. luer.-liiiidur {ll\, June 1. The 
I'liysioki^'lcal 1 ivt>ry. r. .v. ,i/,■,^ Iniv.viUiiilnr {II), 
.lM//l,5. How t" .Stiuly MatiTia Mfilicn. r. .S'. Med. 
Inveslifiat'ir ill), Se/i/. 1. Tim S((i'Hsi..ii Movdiiontin 
MeJiciiie. r. S. Med. Ineedi!/iil(jr {III. .\iii\ l.j. 

lilpKcoinb, Thomas. Mori)hiii iiud Voratriiin ' 
Viridc in tlio Triiitnicut ol' I'lnitoiiitis. I'a. Med. 
Mimlfd;/, Marrh. 

Little, fJaiiK's M. Al Inlerc^tin;,' ('a»'' nf 
Stran^!nllltl'(l Bnlmnoc-flc. Hi rnintiiniy. A". Y.Mel. 
Her.. March ;). 

Littif, Wni. lironiid'' of Totash in K ■liinii)nia. 
Mil. Med..lniir.. ,lul!l. 

Lloyd, .J. >I. Nolo on recovering .Vlioliol. Am. i 
,li>nr. I'h.ar.. .Inne. Note on H>l)0)ilii>si)liit(' tf Bir- ' 
borina. .\m. .Imie. I'hiir., .Iiilii. 

Lockrld^r, floltii li. On Cremation. A', iind L. ^ 
Med. Jinir., .Inlij. Ueniedy for the Headache. Am. < 
Prdct., Miircli. 

Loj'lu-r, K. IjiMters Antise))tif Mctliod. .\'. <>. 
.Med. and Snr. .lanr.. ,Mai/. 

Lo^aii, <'. A. How to Itaintuin Mcitical iJiwci- 
pline. C/iicdjio 'Sled. .Iii'ir. and K.r. Per. 

i'OKaii, J. H. The Nf\v('lienii<'al Noini uclatnrc. 
.itliinta Mrl. and Snr. .hmr.. .Inne. Tlu- Xi \v (,'lii nii- 
eal Notation. Allanln .Med. and Si.r. .Imir.. An;/. 

Loffaii, .Josopli I'. OliHorvatiiais in U( y.Mtl to j 
tlie Yellow l''i vir hiiiili niii; of IH^d upon the eoa^t (if 
(ieoryia. A", and I.. M'd. .Imir.. Moich. 

I'<>M:aii, K. !•'. Tlie Tri'atnient <if Aliorliou. 
Lnuifeille .Med. V/'icjj, /■',./). ;i. I'rai.tnre of the 'lUiia. 
LnuhriUe Med. Xen's, Mar<i, 1(1. 

LoKitii* ."^ainiU'l. lujiiries of the Head. .V. O. 

Med. and Snr. Jmir., Oct. \ 

Loniax, Jost'pli I). Acute Uliennjati.iui Treat- 
ed witli Siilii-yii ■ Aeiil. /'/(/'. Med. and Snr. Ife/i,, Any. 

I.oiii;, W, I,. Analy.sis of Ten Sani))hs of HikiUK 
I'owdiM'. .\i »■ /; in.. S /il. 

LoiiK-st iM'th, !>lorrlH. Two ( a- e.s of C'atarrlial 



Inliainniati m of tlu' lilalder. etc. 



.(/;(. ,/i>nr. .Ml I. 



l-'reiv.in!4 .Micr.ifonie. I'hil, .il<l. 



Srience.t. ,lnli/. 
Tinief, Mil I! I '2 

l..<in);yi ar, II. W. ('liniea! lli'porfs /lelrm'l | 
. )/('(/. dinir., .1/(7. 

LooiiiiK, .\llro«l L. l.eiture on levels. .V. )'. i 
.Ued. A'.c. .Ian. (>. I.ectiirc on I'cv^ i... .V. )'. .1/../, I 
Her., Jnih" '.I. CllMJcal I.e liiivs. ,\\ )'. Med. I,',r., 
Auij. 11. (ieuenil Hrniirliiti.s. li.on'hiiil lle'iiorr- 
ha^e. Ueneral CaiMiae llypenro|'ia and Hiiutio.i at 
tlie ,Ape>:. Y. V. >/../. I,',i:, Ain.l. IH. I.e.Uir'' on i'y- 
plioid F.'Ver. '.'(■/(. .l/r7. .V('i('.--.' /V',. On ( 'lir. iiic Ma- 
|.4rial rnisonlu;.;. [rrli. Citi. Snr.. (tr.t. l.'i. 

Lord, I. S. r. The Vas,,.^[.itor Apparatus. 
.Xnrth .1/11. Jiiur. Iliiinr I., I'eti. 

Loriiif,t, l''.(iivar<l <». New Modilii-atioi'.s of the 
Opiithalin s. ..pi.- Miir.ii- \'. )'. Mn!. h'ir.. .Ian. ('.. 
Tile Care .'f the l'.ye>. .\ . Y. .'/•-■'. I\. :. .t/vii ).[, 
llin.iriea! .N.ite on Mod. .rn Ophtliiilni.'x ■opes. .N )'. 
Med l{ir.. diliie '•. ,\ Iti-Jllv t.i \>\\ KlUip). on «>l/ll 
tlialnio.s iipi- Midiin;;. .V. P. 1/"'. 'i'"'., ./////•- J I. 
S.-ho'd llypfii-i-e ihr Sani'iirian. M''i. 

Lo»4', Win. Altviini. <>n tlie I'.isl P. itiini Isf 
oi Mri-iot in Oli.tetrical I'l'a. li.e. Alianhi Med. nnd '^ 
Snr. .Iirir.. .Munli. Sulphate "f i iiedi midia and Siil- ' 
pliate .d' i,MiiMiiie .ir.inta M'd. mid Snr. Innr.. Mii<i. 
Sulphate of Ciiuhi iiv'.iii and Kiilphale i.l (.iiiiniiia. 
Smdhi rn .Med. Iter.. .Inm 

Lo\ iiiK, Starliiii;. .\ rase cd' E\tra UteriiUM 

rn-,..;iiiiM.-y. OI.il. Md iind Snr. .Inir . <>t. Cliui al 1 

I.C'i^tiire L\ •phtliallllie (iollrc "nil, .Mid. and Snr. ' 
T^nr , 111' 



l.owtlu'r, T. I). DnoH the Hair Grow after 

Death ? I.imUviUe Med. Sewn, Oct. 20. 

Liullaui, It. Chorea During ITcRuancy. U. S. 
.Med. Ini'esli<iidnr{ll),.lan. in. Puerperal Pneumonia, 
r. S. .Med. /'nrextii/idnr {II). Jnnr 1. Clinic on the DiB- 
eises lit Women". I.'. S. .Vei.1. Inve.itigatnr (//), firpf. 1. 
(/n Iraniiiatisni an a factor in the Di«eaBe8 of Women, 
r. .v. .)/•(/. Inresliijalnr {II), Oct. 15. Clinical Cases in 
()vari(doin> . .(»(. tinmen., Sept. 

Lu4;vk, A. W. Pneumonia and Us Treatment. 

I'hil. Med. and Snr Rep., MarrU'i. 

Lnsf, .1. \V. Pie e of Nut Hhell in Air PassageR 
over Tliirt. en Wars. Ohin .Med. Kecorder, July. 

Liixk, AV. T. Morphia in Child Birth. Am. Jnur. 

Olis.. Jixiif. Necensity of Caution iu the Employment 
of (Chloroform Diirius Labor, Snuthem Med. Rec, 
A n/j. 

Luton, A. Subcutaneous Injection of Irritant 
Snlistaiices. (Jhin Med. Hecnrder, Jan. 

Liitz, F. J. Diadawis of the Sternum by the 
Vi(d(uit Action of the Diaphragm During ('(mghing. 
SI. f.i.nix .Med. and Sur. Jour., Ju i/. A Living Boy, 
with Congenital .Vbsence of Limbs. St. Louis Med. 
and .S'»r. Jnnr , .\iir. 

Lyiiiiiii, <i. F. HoHp'tal Canes. Hoslwi Med. and 
.Sur. Jnnr., April .''■. /tii(/ 1'.'. 

Lyi.iiiii, Ht'iiry W. t.'erebral Embolism and 
Thnilidiosis. Chieniin Med. Jnur. and Ex., Jan. 

Lyinaii, .1. ('liest«"f. Epithelioma of the lai h- 
rymal (Hand. /;-«(«» .Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 18. 

Lvni-li, Jolm S. The Holatiou of Certain Abuor- 
ual* Heart SoundH to IT- lemiu and Brigbt's Disease. 
.1///. Med. Jnur., Jnlij. 

Lyons, A. It. Stry(dinia Incompatible with Bro- 
mide of P.)taNHium and certain other salts. Detroit 
Med. Jnnr., Oct. Note on th(! Incompatibility of 
Strychnia with certain S.iline SohitioLS. Am. Jour. 

I'h'tr.. (let. 

Lyons, A. W. Koj-ort of a Laboi Cane Ohio 
Med'. li'C.nrder, Jul;/. 

Lyons, I. A. K. Glaucoma Simplex. Am. I'racl., 
June. Idiopatliie Iritis. .Am. I'ract.. Pec. 

Lyons, ,t. F. To Prevtmt Strangury from Blis- 
ters". I'hil. .Med. mid .Sur. Uep., April '21. 

F. (ieneral Paresis. Am. Jour. 



On the Mutton Wine of the 
Oct. 

Extraordinary Cane (d Uri- 
■innr. Mel. S. ieitres. Jan. 



>lat'<lonal(l, A 

Insanili/. .\pril. 

>{a'}j;o\van, l>. J. 

Moiigi'liilM. .Vcic Hem. 

.>laf<ii«'Kor, .1. U. 

uiiry Calculi. .1i/( 

•Haekeii/.ii", CoUii. Case of Hydrophobia. Am. 
J-ur 0/..< , ,/■(//. A Ch. e ot i'uprpenil Septic Pyipniia, 
«itli Meia-talic la-e phthilmia. .I»i. ,Inur. Ohs.. Oft. 

:>Ia<'lHKan, .1. M. Plain Directions for Prevent^ 
Ing (lie spread ot liif.> tioiis Disi ases. The .Santtanan 
Jan. 

,Ma<'l«>an, Donald. libn id Tumor in the 

.si. call; ot the Mediiiii .Serve. Stricture id the Ire- 
thin. I.inil^irille M'd. \, /(.v. March HI. 

>lH<'onilii'l-, N. «i. Two Cases i- which tht Tiiuo 
contaimd a l-'niigiis Uesi-uibling Veiitriculi. /'i'- 

.Med. Tiine.l. A III/. \H. 

.Macon. \V. II. Chhirideof Lead as a De.ideii.'.er. 

r-(. .I/.-'. !/(«/( .'/./,./. /■■./«. 

Mr.\llis««'r. \V, L. A CaM- vl Ovarian cystic 
Tmnor-iivarioioniy, llii'oVurv. Ch. inne I and uO."., 
Jan. 



B 



M«( iinU'y, I'. \\;5 Hair J^in and f ah ului in 
ladder oiiin Med. flr./.r.Ti-, Ai/ii. 



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INDEX TO OMOINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



'I 



ii 



MoCIellan, ICly. A Beview of Woodhull's Non- 
Emetic Use of Ipeca<'U»u)ia. Atlanta Mai. and Siir. 
Jour., Jan. Keply to Dr. Talbot Owun in the Ky. Med. 
Society Xnosactious. Louiiville Med. Arwn, Anv. 10. 
Bi-C*rbonate of Soda in the Treatment of Buiuh. 
LouitvUle Med. News, Dec. 39. 

MoClean, Geo. C. A Case of Severe Burn. Bos- 
ton Mei. arul Sur. Jour,, May 3. 

McCIuer, Benjamin. Ingrowing Toe Nail. I'hil. 
Med. and Sur. Rep. Nov. 10. 

MoCollonKh A. M. F. Report ot Septic Poison 
and Death— fwti. Med. and Sur. Rep., July 7. 

McCoy, W. N. Imperforated Anus. Am. Jour. 
Med. Scieners, July. 

MuCraoken, J. W. Two Cases of Infiltration of 
Labia. Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour. July. 

McDonald, C. C. Treatment of Pelvic CellulitiB 
by Muriated Tincture ot Iron and Sulphate of Qui- 
nla. Va. Med. Monthly, March. 

McDonald, C. F. Hydrate of Chloral. St. Louis 
Clin. Rec. , July. 

McDonald, G. The "Doctor." Va. Med. Month- 
ly, Jan. 

McDougall, Joseph H. Cimlcifiiga Bacemora 
In Nervous Apprehension, TremorB and Tendency to 
Syncope. Am. Homeo., Nov. 

McDowell, W. J. Phlyctenular Ophthalmia. 
Ta. Med. Monthly, May. A Case of Bony Formation 
In the Place of the Lens. Va. Med. Monthly, Aug. 

McKlroy, Z. Collins. External Olandular En- 
largements. Buffalo Med. and Sur. Jour., Der. On 
Artificially Produced Fever Processes in Human 
Bodies ; Their Modus Operandi and Besults. Ohio 
Med. and, Sur. Jour., Feb. The Curative Kelfttioii oi 
Measles to Whooping Cough, with someObHorvations 
on the Epidemic of Measles and Wljoopiug-( 'ouf,'h in 
the city of Zanesville, Ohio, Spring and Sumnior, 
1877. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. On some Reme- 
dial Applications of Sulphate of Zinc. Cin. .Med. 
News, Jan. The Nature aud Purpose of Fever, ('in. 
Mtd. News, March. On the Disposal of Alcohol in 
Hiimiiu Bodies. Cin. Med. Neivs, Oct. Cliuical cases 
of Hydroadipsia, with some facts concerning the 
Water supply of living Bodies. Cin. Lancii and OI,s-, 
Jan. What Medicine offers for the Relief of Com- 
mon Drunkeness. A Clinical Report aud Study of 
It. Cin, Lancet and Ol>.i., July. 

McFarland, Geo. C. Old Depressed Fracture. 
Louisville Med. News, Feb. 24. 

McGraw, Theo. A, A (^ase of Tubercular Dro))- 
sy of the Abdomen Simulating Ovarian Tumor. 
Arch. Clin. ,Sur.,\ July. The Conservation of Vital 
Force an Essential Element of Conservative Siirucr.v. 
Detroit Med. Jotir.. June. Three ('asea of Pelvic Ab- 
scess. Detroit .Med. Jour.. .Sept. A Chs'i of Hepeatcil 
Excision of the Inferior Dental and Gustatory .Nerves 
for the cure of Dental Neuralgia. Detroil Med. Jmir., 
Nov. A Case of Ovarian Tumor in a child, twalve 
years of age. Toleilo Med. and ,Sur. Jour., Juh/. 

Mcintosh, A. J. A Case of EclamiiHin. Cin. 
Med. News, Jan. 

Mclntyre, .Jr., (:|iaH. The Duties .-ind I'rivi- 
leges of Expert Witnesses. I'/iil. Mid. Tinns. ./nii. C. 
Relative HtraJuismus. I'hil. Med. and Sur. li'ji., ,/<iii. 
6. 

McKay, A. Removal of a Lipomatong Tumor 
from the Left Side of the Neck, ('nuiuhi l.nnnl. June. 

McKew, D. I. Urea, aud its Easy Kstimatiou. 
Md, Med. Jour., Dec. 

McUinney, John. Sketch of the Diseases most 
Prevalent In Fayettovlllo During the Hummer and 
Autumn of 1811. Nashville Jour. .Med. and Sur.. Feb. 

Mclieaii, John. Was a Quarter Orain too large 
B Do«e ♦ Chicago M'd, .tour, n.d Kr., Nov. 



MoT.ean, Kohert A. Case of Exsoction of Half 
of Inferior Maxilla lor Caries: Reproduction ol Bone. 
Western l.nmii, A/iril. Canv of Linatiou of the lirii- 
chial Artery for Secondary Hcmnrrlinge following 
Gun Shot Wound of the Hand— Hecovc-ry. W'lutern 
Lancet, Aug. Two Uusuccesstul Cases of Gastrotomy 
for the Removal of Ab.lominal Tumors. Weslern 
Lancet, ,Sei<l. c'ase of XTrinary Calculus— Lithotomy 
— Recovery. Weslerti Laneet, Oct. Case of Fibn - 
Cystic Tumor of Thyro'd Gaud— Excision— Recov- 
ery. Western Lancet, Nov. 

McLaren, W. K. On Eruptive Fevers of Chil- 
dren, r. S. .Ued. Invesligator (U), Jan. 1. 

McLelsh, John M. A Remarkable Case of Can- 
cer. Cancer Jour., Oct. 

MclMiall, U. G. Case of Triple Birth. I'd. .Med. 
Monthly, .ipn'l. 

McMechan, J. V, Delivery by Extcrual Pres- 
sure, -im. Jour. Obs., July. 

McMehiin, W. K. Lithotomy. 
Obs., .lug. 

McMillan, W, Poisoning by I'ie Plant. 
Med. liicorder, Jidy. Case of Extra Uterine Preg- 
nancy. Ohio Med. Recorder, Oct. 

iMcMiirlry, L. S. Report on the Progress of 
Anatomy and Surgery. .Iwi. Meil. lii-We.khi, .hine It 
and July 21 . Report on the Progress of Anatomy aud 
Surgery. .\m. .Med. lii-Wiikly, .July 7. 

McNiihT, V, S. .Salicin in Acut(! Rheumatism. 
Phil. .Med. and .S'Mr. Rep., .May 12. 

McSluM-ry. ICichard. Educational Notes. The 
Sanitarian. Aug. Notes on Relations IJetweeu (4en- 
eral Practice and Specialties in Medicine. .Md. .Mnl. 
Jour., Xiiv. 

Ohio 



(^in. Lancet oiiil 



Ohio 



3l<-AVillianis, W. 

Med. Recorder, .(»//. 

iMaisoh, Joliii M, 

scriptioiis. Am. Jmir. 



Autumnal Diarrham. 



The Metrical .System in I're- 
I'hdc., Feb. Note on the De- 
tection of Ca.Htor Oil in Copaiba. Am. .hnir. I'lnir.. 
.March. Examination of a cure for Love of T.iquor. 
Am. ,/oiir. I'hor., .Moy. Note on Dialvsed Iron. Am. 
Jour. I'hor., Jul;/, rornmlas and I'reinu'iitions of 
New Medicaments. .\iii. .lour. I'h.tr.. .■^•/il. The 
Strength of Tinit\ira Opii. Am. .lour. I'lmr., Oct. 

MaW-oliii, .1. ^i. rterine Displac'liKiils. Am. 
Homeo., Her. 

Mallt'tt, ,J, W. Comi)Oi-ition of the AlUuloids 
and of Albuminoid Bodies. I'd. .MeJ. Monthly, Jan. 

Itlallory, II. Extract of Logwood as a Disiii- 
fertant. .V' "• h'em., Fb. External Treatment of 
Pertussis. /'A//. Med. ami Sue. /{' p.. .Iiili/ •}{. 

.Miiini, K<iwiir<l ('. The I'atholoMy mil Morlnd 
Uistolofj.v of chronic Insanity, fln'rui/'i J<:ur. .\n-v. 
iind Meul. His.. Apii!. Tin Helati'ii .unl llere.lltiiry 
Tendency between Iinbriity and liiiilii'sy. i/ioie. 
Jour, luetoiilfi. Mori-li. 

.Mann, .Matthew l>. Itepnrt on Olisletrics lor 
l«7.'i anil '7(;. Am. Jnur. obs . Jon. Uterus Hicornis. 
witli a Partial Vaginal Scutum. .!;». Jour. Obs.. Orl. 

.>Iiiiin, I'. I'. Pathological linportancii i f [Trie 
.\ri(l iind its ('iiMil'inatlons. .V. )'. M,il. .Inur., />(■.■. 

.^liiiinoii, \, A, <,)uinine in S'iuti.a of Jlafrial 
Origin. I'hr Clinic, Oct. l;l. 

.^liinstin, ^^, V, IJioi^raiiliical Sketch of l)r Hun- 
ter McGuire. Vo. MyJ. Mnulhly. Oct. 

.Marl»l4>, il. O. Casts of Ictern.-i Neonatorum. 
Ur,.<toh .Meil. ood Sur. Jour.. Feb. I.'). 

Marry, A. L. Imlividiiali/.ation v.. (ienerali/a- 
tion. Am. Ilfimio, July. 

M)ir«'y. Il»'iiry <». Plastic Splints in Surgery. 
Hoslon Mnl. o,ol Sur. .lour., .lune iH. 

Marion, I.. II. Two Casus of I^'rai'lurr i f llie 
Skull, /^.l.<^/n M<d. .,wl.\>ii. Jmn-., i/.c. 27, 



CLASSIFIED BY AUTHORS. 



29 



Martin, A. Diaiannal on Combined Turning. 
Am, I'riut.. \ii>\ 



MnitiHon, K. V. Acidnm PhoBphoricum Dill- 

tiini. .Im. Jnvr. I'liiti-.. .Jan. A(luUcluti«i)8. Am. 
Jimr. I'iinv.. Sturdi. All Kxiiliiiiiitioli. Am. Jnur, I'liiif., 
Mdi/. l>rci)!iriitiniis of Mult. I'lii/. ami J'hnr., Frh. 

i>I:iX(>i), K. II. Prof. MHtc* mid Carbolic Acid. 
I'hil. Mi'd. and Siir. I{i />.. Jmi. i'<. Aiitiiivrntics. /'Iiil. 
Mnl. (Ill, I Sur. Ui'ii., /•''■I'. 1(1. Kliniildcr uud other iiioro 
'rriiiiHVcr.iH I'rcHciitatioiis. .Im. I'lini.. Miuch. 

Ma.\v.v\\, Aliisoii. Iiiti;-tiuiil Fistiilu. -Im. 
I'nirl . Jan. 'Iliird Annual Mccdiut; of tlio Stuto 



>lartiii, lli'iiry. On Snij^iiul Uhcs of tlic Strou^ 
Kliiatir HandiiKiMitli(-r tliiiii JIaciiioHtatic. I'liinrfjii 
Mrti. .Iiiiir. anit Ex., .Voc. 

!>l!irtiii, Hfiiry Aiistcii, Viv. (Irrrv'H Case of 
Ilitiis<HUHiciit:on. Iliislnii Mill. iiiiilSiir. ./I'lir.. Jcu. 'J"j. 
A I't'w \V( rds on •' rnlnitnnatc Hcsiilts of \ac. illa- 
tion." /losliin Mnl. mill .Sur. .Iinii-., Frh. I. \ New 

Adli(!Bivo I'lHKtcr. JIdSlini Mr.l. aiid Sitr.,/<iiir., Ocl. 11 - 

.\ninial Vacriiialion. CidhhUi J.iihi-iI. .Imif. ! Mtulical Society. Am. I'nul.. Xnv. 

Martin, Joliii \\. How to Maniige a Case of j Maxwi'll, T. .f. Atrosia Vagina, with Hctcntiou 
I alior. Siiulhrni .Miil. 11"-., .Ijnil. ' of the Mciiscs. ('Iiiriii/n Mfil. ./niir. nuil A>. Si/il. 

Martin, S, ,J, Trauiiiavi.' Piscaso ol the Fi nivir. ' .■*!«.>>*, Tlionias .1 

Am, ttnmni. Sipl, ■ iiyrctu- .\i'ti( n. .V 

Alartin, S. M. Itodiicticn of I)if;lnc;i,tloii of tlic 
Hili-.Toiut l)y Mani] ulatiny the Foiiiur as a lt'V( r over 
a Fulcrum ))larc(l in the (Iroiii. Ciii. Luiici't mid (>!.<., 
Si'/il. 

Martin, W. H. The Helation of AU)iiiiiinnria to 
I'rctjiiancy. Ctnvnln .lain-. Mi-tl. .Sn'rinv. ./'in. 

Martin, AV. I... The Value of Vciir,-;. ctioii. /'Id!. 
Mnl. mill Siir. /u-IK. yuir'i l-;. 'I lie Social I'A-il. /'/,//. 
.]/id. mid .Vnr. I,;/,. .\„r. 17. 

.Mai-lin, Win. .1. Tlic A] imreiit Death cf New 
Born Children, l/iilnu mmininn Miiiitlili/. DrI. 



On the, I'riucijdcs of Anti- 
)'. .)/<•'/ .Jiiiir.. Fill. The Piin- 



(■ Acid 111 



III- 
>lav.sliall, <;. W. The uho of fialli 
I'htlii.si.s — /'l.il. .y/nl. mid .'^itr. f{i/i., .l/i/// .'i. 

Miir.sdfn, J II Mxtru'lioii of the iMi'tun with 
the Ohsetric I'l'Vct'liH—Ziiiliiiemminimi .'iii,iilldi,\ .lunr. 

.■Masoarci, A, I'oniniietiviti.i (iraniuoua. .V. 1'. 
^ted. .liiiir., Jiin. 

Sla.soii, l'^r.-<kin<>. Caste of Arterio ^ (iiou., A'leu- 
risiu in till! ThiKh Ti'< nted hy <!' niiiressi'ii. .V. )'. 
Mnl. Juui:, .iiiii. I''is.;iu'eol till' Ueetun . .V. 1'. .Vr'. 
AVc, .Vi)i'. '24. .\ Case o!' Sari-di'.iiitoii'; I'uiiinr Al ist;i- 
ken lor I'oiiliteal Alieurisni. .|/h. ./inr. .^/I'd. ,v,i,;i- 
(■.■;. Jnn. A Cas ' of Neuralijia o|' the Second .^Il■t:lt- 
ar.'io-Phalant'eal Articnlatioii Cured iiy licsi-ction if 
the .Toiiit. A.n.Jiiiir. .l/.d. .SV'iVer,,i, (,;'t. 

Mason. .Toini .1. I.iad I'l'isoi'ii;^,' i-i I'riv's — .V. 
Y. .Mi'd. J. nil-., ./nil/. 

MilHon, tt'Kiunl, ( asi'fi l^ciiricn cu soine IKiiilil- 
liil I'.'ints ill tie llislnrv ol Sviiliiiis. .Snnl.'niii Wul. 
I{,r.. if;,;-',. 



Qim: 

Idphllieiia. /V.r. .1/.'. m:d 
stiietiiri' 111 tie fretlna. 
Chloril i"i K'hiii.pJia I'Ui'. 



.^lasoii, Tln'oddi'c L. in 1 riety a lijsiasi 

,/llUl-. /iflil i'tll. I In-. 

>lass<'.v. .1. !•;. Oi 

.Vi/c. /lip.. Oi-I . jV. 

Ma-.tiii, <'lau<l<-iis H 

/t. 'I nil /.. .\/il.di,iir.. .\i„\ 

^IsinIi-ii, >lani('> 

.»/,./. -md .S«r. l/i'ii.. ./,'./ 

\lastin, U'ni, >I. Amidnfil Klle.ls of Sii'iiluH ' 
of Str>chiii,i ill a I asi i I (lilnral I oiMenin;!. A'. i:iitl 
/..Mid./iiii,.. Miiii. Niir.-ile '1 Silver a^. a Tepi Mil 
Applii atinii in Aciiti' 'iilliuii'iiili .ii n;' 'le 'I'l st .^ -. 
K mill I.. .Ui'd ./„m:. .Sr/,!. 

Matlu'tvr-. ,1. M. New \ oil; (Is pniii,, ■ aiel its 
li.hKn's- Im. Mi'd. /a ty,-rl.-!i/. art. .>;. 

MadlicWM, Tiioniii^ .Al. I'hl irate of I'oliish and 
Mereary. fiiil, Vnl. lUid Sn,-. /I'ly... lu-'i. ... I'l.i .iiinK 
liy Nut ee;;. Hiil. V'd. mid Sin: /iV/... /•■./). lo. The 
Miiriated 1 inctiire of Iron a Sp.'eili'' !i r 1 r\:iii' la'i. 
I"iil. Vid. ,n,d ,v»r. /.•'/' . /■' '.. '.M. 

Matlison, .1. U. Kclanipsi:! in th .M' (her t;i at- 
I'd l)y llypodeniiic in.je.fioiiH of Morphiii !'•. ./niii-. 
Olii>., .tpn'l. /in H.'oioKc of •tTiiiini .Viitid'itcs." 



ei'ples ol Cart'iartic Action. .V. 1'. .Vid. -Inui:, Sin\ 

May.s, W. H. I'licrperiil Fever, /'i-viji,' MmL mid 
Sui: ./iiiii:. .I/((.v. On an Oiithreak of I'uerperal l^ever 
iu the Cily liiid County Hospital. Wrulirii /.mint, 
Aiiiil. 

Mt-ars, .1. Kwinjf. Kepovt of ComniittcfMiii Dr. 

Will, l'epper'8 Case of l''..\tra i:teriiie ITeynHney. 

/'Iiil. \/id. TiiifK. .Mmrli ;i. F.pithelioiiia of ( ervix 

Ht.riand Viieiiia. I'liil. }/id. riimv. .\/mi l:'- Fihrous 

Tumor oi' I hi' Left Cpjier .law which had riider«oup 

Vartial Calcareous De^i lleratioo. /'/.//. .»/'■'/. Tiwf, 

.^r/il. 1.-.. L;n')<e Tumor of the I. elf Suivrior Maxil'.i. 

Invol'.'ii },' Nii.<al and oriiit'il Cavities. /Viil. Mi'd. 

j y'imi'.s-. .V'.c. -2*. I aeerati d Wound of th" Llbow joint 

! Treated Ku;-cei^.d'liily hy Lister's Alethod. .1 ''.''. '' i'"- 

' .'•'ill-.. .Imi. Periiihi-ral Necrosis of the lluinerus. 

Ai-i-li. dill. .Vio'.. .\/mrh. 

Moars, ,1. II. Intcre.nint! Surgical cases, /'lid. 
Med. mill .Siir. /{, p.. ihl. 27. Tumor of the Knee. 
/'/(?". .)/<-'( mid .Sill-. Ii'i-ii.. /'n-. l.">. 

.Mcany. '.Vni IJ. A Ca"P of Supposed Ciuclio- 
iiism. /'.iinhi-rt, .Uid. .yfiii.i. Jiitii'l'.i. 

M«-ill)«-ri-v, .I.X. DiphtlH-ria. /'Iiil. M,d. mid Snr. 
l/i'/,.. ./ii.-i- '.>.' Iiit":-tiiial Olistruciion K.inovcd 'liter 
Forty-" 'ne iionr.s /'nil. Mid. luid Snr. /(fp.. -Inn. (i. 

'■•(■iitlon, AV. S. Chlirat- of Potash and Mer- 
cury, i'-'ii'. Mid. iind .Stir. /{ip.. l-'-h. in. 

;>l»'ntlc!, . Moral insanity. .y'-iHi .\iii. Jinii-. 

//■ilr.ri,.. Mmi, 
M«'n»«-.s, T, Addie-s Delivered to the (iradu" 

ali-.e? t !a:-ses of the Medical Deiiartmi uts of the 
I'liiversily if Nashville iind Vandertiilt Cniversity, 
Fi'h. 'J-J. li^TT. .V(.-,'. '/.••/;'.' d.i II-. .\/.d. mil! .siir., Muri-li. 

:Mft<'al»'<', ,lr., II. I.. A i a--e of iutirmitteut 
iMVer. •ieniperaUiri' loH i'l'hr. X. fi. y/.-K und Sur. 
,/iilir.. III. 

Meyer, .f. II. \Vni. :\I"iiiti(,'i a! and riiliiemai-y 
Tu'ieiviilnsi-; in an Adult. <'!,i,;iiii, Mrd. ./mir. iind 
.'.'./■ , .I/)/-''. F.>:p.i'iiiie:,ts i i ;>l;in '.iniftin;;. Cliit-.';,', 
.\/,it. .iii'ir. mid A'.'-.. .!/•' ''. 

:'M(l«li«'t<>ii, «'. >. li:V. r^'i.li..; ida.40">'i-. I/nl m-- 
tll :iil.iiiii '' ii'li':l. -I/"/''. 



Ca-es "f Faci.il Ki'vsip 



,il Ills lilieiiiiKitisiii. 
Ciii^e of i'dei ii'-r;!l 
.hdii -li. 



I MitHin. Holil. W. M 

i ehH. /•mill'. Ti'ii- ■'. .1/ '•/. 
A;|! ^ni. v.. !•;. Aca-^. n 

!.lllti.<i-:::i I,./. A'. .(>•. />';. 

I ihimp -ia. /■"■.'■ ■'"''' .'/'•'■'. 

■>lil<'s. .\. 1$. rriie'ie..! iii,\ ill a I use of llron- 
,.i,,i • l". \\ iCi at,'! I'li'-.niii.ni i \ '> Mid. luid S,ir. 
I ./.;,..'. \/m-,!i. I! 1. iilieii I'l l''riilurci| MaMllie. .% 
I o. Mill. Kid ■■mo. ./..'./ . " I. 

Mi'cK. .\. <;. C'lS.' ol Filo'.iid Tninoi' of tlie 

I fe) 11 . Uece veil by .•Wiilsion. .Ii/i. ./i':n-. OU.-i., .In'::. 

>li!«'s, ,V. •!. clir nil ■ ijido-rervicitis. < in. Mid 



Oliii, Mid. li 
Chronic IdHrrtiiea 



I'ill. Mrd. S'll-X, 



Mil... The Value of Salicin iu I ^""''- ''''' 

.._ \m. Mid. Hi-Wnilii. ./iu>. ti. I Mi'»'>, l'"ran<'!!i T. Imp' rialiee ol the i|atviinie 

I'lierp ii.l I .hrupsia. /•;,.,.. I/./. ,ni./ .V'o. '/I'l/i.. .l/ii-i7 1 Ciirreiit in Hi cti'.i-'l li' rapeiiiics. 
7. Cineho-i.iiiini 
traordiiiarv I'a^ 
/iM , .i/'i U 



iiipsia. /'/lo. .)/(■/. lOi.^ .Mo . /iv/i.. .i/ii'i/ ; viirrent in r ii .ti-n. i u. rupeuni ,^. ■ •;(. ..,-■.. ..•■•.., 
iiiiiie, V. 1. .l/-i' ff. '■.,,/,(),. (1, All i'\- ! .V'Uc/(. raKc of (Mreiii" Musculftr Atr.phy ..f till' 
s. "f Opium liiibriiM A. I M. d. j l.'uvn iAtri'Jiiitii - Neiniti.-^ - Itnovery I/'/. . !/'■•/, 

r..>.i. ii,.i 



I Jinir.. 'Ill 



T 



30 



INDEX TO ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS, 



1- 



Miller, A. Solar Light aud Iloat. U. S. Med. In- 
vestigator //), .luv 1. 

Miller. Atlolpli W. Adnlterntious. Am .Join- 
l'/,ni:. F''l). 

Miller, V. H. ■Masturbiition. Am. I'litit., Mdji. 
Canoer ami Phthisis A,ii. I'ract.. July. 

Millikiii, I). Doitors and Driuk. Ohin Med.and 
.^ur. Jnur., Dec. 

Miller, Edwat'il. ('oini)i>uud Tincture Beuzoin. 

Am. Mi'tl. liiWnklii. April ^S. 

Miller, II. \, Ucview of ii Ui'port oC two cases 
of Cholcia Asiatica. Am. Hiiuiiu, .SV71/. Kovii^w of 
VaviouH Authors ou I.tiicorvhica. .iin. l/iini'u, tiil. 
ConiiiariBon of Ht'imr Suliihiir ami Siliica. /Inhni- 
mnmiiiw M'lnllih/. l-'eh. Salient Points on the Acids. 
Hdlinemi^nniiDi .M(i»l'il\i, Sar. Synopsis ct Zincnni 
Metallicnni. .\iirtli .iiii. Jnur. llnmio, .\nr. Aconite 
an Exceptional lieuiedy in Typhoid Fever. Jlnmm 
Timi:i, .Mail. An Alarniinf? Kpideinic. I', .v, .Wi'./. /»- 
rrstiyiil'ir {II], April l.'i. Obscirvations on the study of 
Materia Mediea— r. .v. Med. Ininiinntnr [III, Oil. 1, 

Miller, J. V, The treatment of Acute Hheuuia- 
tism. rin. Lnm-it ami Olm., .Mureh. 

Miller. ,J, K. Traumatic Tetanus. I'hil. M'll. 
anil .'<iir. Ue/)., pee. 2'2. 

Miller, >T. W. Separation of Arsenic Ironi Or- 
ganic Matter. 1,1111 i.iril If Mill. Achw, Jiiih- 2. 

Sliller, Sain'I M. Th- Free Dispensary Svst'aii 
in I'ljil— /'/,//. Veil. Timex. .\i,e. 10. The Alinse'of the 
Fr»e r)ispen:iarles. I'iiil. Mul. Tiiifs, Dee. 'J-'. 

!>liller, Samuel W. A I'Ji'a for Kairnes.- and 
Accuracy. ISiistmi .Miil. ami .Sur. Jnur., pee. (J. 

Miller. T. Clarice. The State of the Eve Lid 

after Death. .V. }'. Meil. lie, . Jmi. C. 

Miller. W. F. t'ase of Stran;,nilatcd In;,'uinnl 
Hernia of 4 iliiys aud IS h<nir8 standing ; Opiration; 
Recovery — Western f.aneel, June. 

MilliiiKton. K. H. Medical Fees. Ohin .Med. ann 
•Sur. lieji. ill), .Mill/. 

MilliKaii, Francis H. T iinit of the SurKCons 
liesponsibility. /'/.//. .Mid. mul .v»r. li'e/i.. I'lli. '.;4. 

.>Iills, <'harU's K. Tiaiuuatic Neuritis Divolv- 
iny the Bra ■liial Plexus. I'.'iit. .Mid. Time.'.'. .SV//. 1. 
Electro-Tlierapentics — the nature of l^lcetricity, iiud 
the Ir'orins of LUm tiicitv I'sed in Medi' iniil Practice 
—Phil. Med. and .yiir. I{r,,.. .Mun!, 17 lOlectro I'liera- 
peutics— the Heiiuisites of Ele<trn-Me<li. al In-itru- 
nients— /'/,//. .M,d. iind .V,,,-. /,>,/,.. Maeili Jt. 

:>lins, .1. I*. Hood for Infants, .tin. llnme,,. Jul//. 
K'Uiediul luilieations for Infantile Diarrluea. .tin. 
Iliiine , Jul'/. Ifeinrdial Jndicutioiis t.|' Inrantile 
Diariluea. I'. S. Med. hieestiiintne ill). Juhj I. 

!\lilrie. .FiiiiM's AiDlrewM. Li-ters .VntiS'piii 
Method ill i)\arivt'.i!jy. A'. V.Mid. n>e,J,in.{\. 

^lilner, K. II. Keiuarks 011 Uenal l)is' ase, I'ud. 
Med. ,ind .Vh/-. If, p. .M:r,li '■'•. .\iuiiiitati'iu of all arm 
without Lit,'atiu-es. I'hil M,'l. T inus. li,-l.21 

.Milton. .1. I,. On t!ie Initv cr IHialitv of .Svjdi- 
llis. .V. 1'. Mid. !!■., Apr: -. 

Miner. .1. F. Feasibility of I'Mirp.itiii^,' tl:e T'ly- 
roid I Hand in Hono' cases of Iiiscasi . linil-dn ,1/ /. 
,ni I .Sue ■l,,i,r.. .liiUi. Cliinca"' Lc ■tiirc njion tie- .Spioul 
{'\irw-- liiill'ilii M'l. inul .^'/r. ,li,i:,\, .lei/. Oi,;! ul 
Lecture on the An^nilar curve. I!i,ii,il„ .Mil. ,ei,l 
.Sur. .lour., S'.p'. 

.Minor, -I. i'. 'rrii'isrii-ioii <,\' lllood. il, ,,„,„. 

'/* iini!i, dun. 

.Minor. Tlionias ('. Notes on th.; F()iileniiolii(,'y 
of Ohio. Cm. I.nneel und Olis — .tpril. Mii;i. June mul 
Jul;/. 

IMinol, I'liinciv. llcsjijiiil Ou-i s. I'u.^lon .Mul. find 
,Sur. .lour., (1,1. II. 

Mitejiell. <.<'o. 1«. Scroiuloiis lie* r Cured. / 
.f M-d. Inv'idiifiilor ill). ,lHve \'<. 



MieliatI, .T. KUwin. Caso of Cleft Palate. Md. 

Med. Jour., .S,pt. 

Mitolieli. .1. S. The Hesonator. i: s. .Med. Pi- 
resl!ii,itiir {II), April \. Curability of CoUHiiniption. 
/'. .V. Med. /iireslii/oliir {II), .S,pl . \. 

Mitehell, S. Weir. The Relation of Paiu to the 
Weather. ,D». .lour. Med. ,'<eienee.<, .tpril. 

Monette, <ieo. N. Skimmed Milk in tlio Treat- 
ment of Catarrh of the Hladder and Cystitis. Am. 
I'ract.. .Vid'. 

Monti, AloiM. Abstract of a clinical Lecture on 
Cntarrhus Sutl'ocations: Neonatorum. I'liil. Med. 
Tim,s. Feb. .i. Clinical Lecturo on llerertiiaiy and 
Co'i^enital Syphilis. I'Uil. Med. Tiin,:i. April. W. 

.Mi>ntKonier.v, K. Aneunsin of the Aorta. I'liil. 
.Med. Tiiiirf. .s,pl.'\. Cr nip and Diphtheria. .S7. I.,iui.< 
.Med. nwl .Vh;-. Junr.. April. Internal obstruction, 
the \itill Necessity of a Outious and Conservative 
Treatment. .sV. I.oni.i .Med. and Sur. Jour., Oil. In- 
fantile Convulsions. .St. Ponix .M,d. mul .S'hc. Jour., 
Pee. 

.Moore. .V. A, Phytolacca Decan Ira in the Treat- 
ment of Mastitis. Vu. M,l. .Mmdlih/, Mni/. 

5loore, A. F. Si)iiie Verified Symptoms. C. S. 

.Me,l. pK'eUiiJtdor {ID, Oil. 1. 

:^loi>re, B. Dints on tlu^ Use of Hooks by Stu- 
dents mul Assistants! in Pharmacy. Am. ,l<uir. I'har., 
April. 

>loore. <'. \ . Chlorate of Potash and Mercurials. 
riid. M,d. iind .Sur. Ilip., Jiin. V,\. 

Moore, ,lr , F. ;M. Report of a 1 ase of Sub- 
Luxation of thi' Inferior Maxilla. IJackwards, liujlaln 
Me.i. iiu'l Sur. J,iiir.. Mil 11. 

.Aloore. -f. B. A Word iu refeui:o of Sugar- 
Cnated I'ill.'-. I'liil. mill J'liar., Aui). 

.M -e, .1. C. A Word in Dofeuco of Sugar- 

Coati'il Pills. Am. ,luur. Plmr , .Mureh. 

Moore, ,1, 1:. A CuHi' of Protracted Gestatiou. 
I'U: . .M'll. mid .Sur. He,., Fch. 3. 

.Aloorc, tl. .M. Siual'i-Pox. llaluunMnnian Moutlily, 
Jini''. 

M»><>re. .1. T. Is Ur miile Potass and Sulph .Mor- 
phi,-i an Antidote for I'oiconiiii? b> Strychnini!? .1/- 
Uiidi M'll. 'ind Sue. .I,„ir., 0,1. 

Mnttvv, Henry. lU'inin of the Term "Syphilis?" 
1.,'Uisvire Med. .V,»\v. p,,-. iW. 

Moor<'. it. Ii. The Treatment of Diphtheria. 
I'liil. .M,d.iir.d Sue. h'e.p., I\di. 17. Puerperal lie lainp- 
aia. I'hil. .Me,', and .Sue. I,',p., Oet. '211. 

Moore. Tlionias. Dietetics iu Itelation to In- 
fants and Voun^ Children. Il't'inemminiun Munlhli/, 
III. 

•Moore , S'. I,. I'pideinic of Scarb-t Fever and 
Diiilitle ria /'. .S. Mel. Inee.iliiiit ,r {II), April 1. 

Moiiei'N, <■. .V. Wlial Syuiplouin luJicate the 
Rhus? Am. Il„m-ii. I>e<-. 

'Mooi'liciid. W. W. (ilyc-rite of Nitrate of Uis- 
nnlli. I' •. ./""/■ /'/( ',■., M, trill. 

,>loos, S. On the lilood Vessids and the, mrciila- 
tiou in tint Mciuiirana rynipani ainl Manubrium 
Mallei. Aieii Opihiil mol Oliil. Vol. 17.. piii.ie'',\. 

■>lor(H, < Ii!is. .M. Opium Pois.iuioK Tieatisl with 
Sislpinuc ol \tropia. I'hd M,il. ■in i >iie. h'lp., />,i . 
1.". 

Mor^.m. Ileniy T. II. spitul Dep u'ts. r.,il. 
.Me, I. /Vi/e.s. J, in. ill. 

.MorKfJin, >laiii('s .Viiplctoii. Per luial Identity, 
Til, S, 1:1,1, tei, III, .Inn. 

>loi Klin. •!. ('. Prolracted Remittent I'ever. /'. 
.S'. l^</ hiri.di, film- ill), Feh. I. Cell t ri. s iiod K<cnn- 
ttiCH. r. V Md. I,ieexti,,.,l„e {II), .Miii.-h I. Water 
InjeilioiiB iu lUeriue Displacements. Iliihn-'mminimi 
.Montldij, June. 



<JLA8SIF1£D BY AtiTHOHts. 



m 



Mil. 



tll(! 



"hil. 



Morgan, \V. F. Two Iteun. Ohio ifed. and Sur. 
RfV- {II). Jul)/. 

.MdiKiiii, Wilbur F. rraotiiro of tho riittUa. 
HntliDt Mi'il. itiKl Snr. Jiiur., A'oi'. 'Jll. 

I'MoiTfll, 1). «>. Ciiso of Authiav in a J'liticnl 
over EiHl'ty Yeai-H of Af,'i' -Uecovury. ,S'.'. Lmiis Clin. 
Hfiiiril, h'l'li, 

^lorrt'll, F, OoimIimi. A Cauo of rmioocythn'iiiin; 
8u(l(If u ami Marlicil Dimliiiitii)n in Hize of tlie Splci-ii. 
liii!tt(m M'll. ami Snr. Juiir., Mmj I'.l. 

Morrill, Wyinaii. 'I'.'kj Karly History of tho 
McLean A3ylum for Hie lusauo. Iloxt^nn Mnl. anil Sur. 
Jciir.. Dfr. V.i. 

i>l«rri«, J. ClioNton. tJaHe of Unusual i'ndal 
Position. I'liil. .Urd. Tliius, Juiif I). (,'u8o of I{ui)tiiie 
of till' I'criucuiii, with Laiiration ol llio Nestibiilo 
Anterior to tUo Urotlira. Am. Jmir. Oh.i., Ainil. 

Morris, •lames I'". An Litercsting Caai; of Ob- 
BtPtrics with (iiuiiral itPiiiurks. N. <>. Meil. iduI Snr. 
Jour., Oil. 

Morris, M. A, UiviKiou of tho 'rendu Achillia in 
Fra 'turn of tin! lowe.r Third of the Keniur. A Case 
of Fra( tui'o. Hnxlmi .M,;l. and Sur. .Ii<ur., Xor. 'ill. 

Morris, \V. F. A Now Metliod of Doiiblo iStaiu- 
ing. .\iu. .Iiiur. .Mi'il. ,SVi>;i(y;s'. ./an. 

Morrison-Fisrt, <i. <). Trachootoniy in Dipli- 
thiTia. .V. y. .Mi>l. Ifi'c. ,l/i(.y 1L>. 

Morrison, J. roBt-l'artum HenioiTliage. A'. I'. 
.'/•'(/. hJUrlir, .Mai) ami Juli/, and ■'^I'ldlcrn Mid. liir., 
Od. 

Morrow, I). IJ. Facts about Hair. Cin. Mid. 
Ailvanrr (III, .\)>ril. 

Mors*', l.,u<-iiis I), Aiiriim in Nanal Catarrh. 
lliihni'nianniiin Mnnthhi. Mai/. 'I'lu Hot Springs of 
Arkiiiisai. Ilalini-inaiiniau .M'inllili/, Aiiii. Uzi'Ua. I'. 
S. Mill. Inri'xtiijalnr ill). Sij)t. I.'i. How to study tho 
Materia Me<lica. I'. S. .\l-il. InveMiijalar (//), /V«. 1. 
Kxperienoii with Typhoid FtV(T. Vin. .Wnl. .i'lvance 
{III .luw. Mv'ilii-al (ioolo{,'V. I'in. .Mid. Ailvamr [III, 
July. A I'ri-Hcription for Diphtheria. /'/(//. .)/<■(/. and 
Sur. licp.. Jnni- '.'. 

.Morso, .foil II F, Fracture of the Femur treat- 
Hd by Allen's Fracture Bed. I'lvUir .Mid. and Sur. 
Jiiur., .ijiril. 

Mors*', N. C lJislo<atiou of both Clavicles. Cm. 
Mail. Neu'i, He.r. 

Morton, riioniiis <i. A l!ri( f liescriptiou of 
Forced Veutilalion in the Tcnn Hospilal. Am. Joui . 
Mi'il. .Si ii'ni-i:s, .i/irii. Account of a Worm Uemoved 
by a Native Woman from beneath the conjunctiva of 
the K.ye Hall of a Ne{<ress at tialjoiMi, Wp.st Africa. 
.\m. Jiiiir, M'.l. .Sri.'uri s, July. 

IMorton, DoukIhs. Notes on tlie Xhcrapeutii! 
Uses of the lixtraet ol Malt l.innsril.'i- .SUd. .Wnnn, 
Fill. 10. Case of Fterine lleniorrhaj^e Illustrating 
the llso of curetti'. l,nui.<riUi- .)hd. .Xnrn. del. d. 

Mtist'itiiiii, \. Dysnienorrhoea. Ilnrnm. Tiimn, 
Dec. 

Alott, <«. B. (dancer of the Stomach. Can. Lanr.-l. 
Oil. 

M«>xl<'.v, M. Kin;;. Traumatic Displacement of 
the Te.-<tc". rill Ci'hii-, .S.fit. 'i'.l, 

MiKliI, H. H. Hornia-.S7. I.iiui.^ M.d, mid Sur. 
Jiiur.. I>ii\ 

.MulilenlMirff, W. I". On Vaccination with lio- 
vine Virus. I'liil. .Mid. and Sur. H. ji., ./an. li 

Miiinforil, .S, K. Is Meddlesome Midvviferv 
Had V .l»i. I'rait.. l.hr. 

Miin(l<-, I'anI [•, case nf 'I'wiris ; lliOli diildnn 
DecnmiMiscd ; Ketciitii'ii of the .second cj.ilii. and 
Both I'lacc'Uta for two days aiti r tie! Iijith ol tlu' 
first child- -Im. .Imir. Oli.<.. Jan. The lliMuiuce on 
the Ko tus of Medirlncs. Am. Juur. (/'is. .1/.' //. Case 
of «'y8t of till' Vayina. .-(hi. Juur, ohis.. Oil. 



MulIinM, W, S. CaiBB from my Note book. Cin, 
Mi'il. .tdntnri: {III, Jan. 

i>lmik, il. A. Uriudclia S^uarrnga. Am. Med. 

Jour. (A), Vi.i). 

.^Iiinson, F, A. 'J'he Krrors of Ilefraetion De- 
inon.strated by a New and Original Model. A', V. 
M'll. Juur.. Ma,,. 

Miirltiicli, A. >f. Fxseution of Hip Joint, lirlrnit 

Mrd. Jniir.. Sijil. 

.^liirphy, Fdniiind A. Yellow Fever — its Treat- 
ment and t'revention — Ohio .Mill, aiul Sur. lirp. (II), 
July. 

Murray, \V. W. Digestion and its Disorders. 
Vii. Mid. .Mi.nlliiii, rrb. A ( a-,e of Haiematoma of the 
Anterior Wall of the Vagina. I'ltii. .Med, Timi-.i, 
A III,: 18. 

.^lurrell, T. K. A Case of AnopLtliulmns. I'liil. 
Mi'il. au.t Sur. Hep., .Vor. 3. Dlplaeusis HiuauoaliH. 
A'. )'. .Mid. Id'i., Xor. 3. Errors of Uefraction of tlio 
liye. II. and I,. ,l/i-/. .fnur., .SVy)/ 

>IiirsicU, <i«'o. A. Heport of two ea-es of Ampu- 
tation Mirough the Knee Joint. Ilis'on .Mr.d. and Sur. 
Jiuir., .Inly 'J(i. 

winter. !Method of Detecting and Estima- 
ting Castor and otlier FI.ximI Oils in lialsam of Co- 
paiba. -iHi. Jiinr. I'hir.. .\iail. 

Nanco, Ilirani. Treatment of Scarlet Fever. 

Cltiii'i/ii Mi'il. Juur. and Jir.. .Mar'li. 

Nancrcde, C'lias. II, The Causative Tlelation 
Existing Between the Anatomical Arrangement of 
the Tissues at Various Ages, and their Morbid 
Growth. I'ltii. .Mill. Tinii.<. July '21. (!ystie Suppu- 
rating Kidneys. Small Calculus. I'liit. .Med. Tiiiu'H. 
Oil. 13, Four Oases of Trai'heotomy for Pseudo- 
Mi inbranous Laryngitis. I'hil. Atrd. Tiiueii. A'm'. 'Jl. 
Tumor Invidviu;! Submaxillary (llaiul, Hemoved by 
Operation. I'lnl. Mitd. Timrx. .Vie'. 'J^. 

Nasli, K. It. Apis iu Diphtheria. Ilahnianan- 
uiaii .M'inllily. Fih. 

"Svvi, A. I). Ingrowing Toe Nail. .V. Y. Med. 
liir., Sr/il. I. Case of Severe Hijury of the Face. A'. 
r. .Med. Her., (Mt.'r,. 

Nt'ft«'l, Wni. It. A Contribution to the Theory 
of DysmeiiorrlKea. V. )'. Mid. li'ir.. Oct. (!, The 
Theory of iiysmenorrho'a. .V. )' .Med. Ii>-r., .Vm'. 3. 

Noill, Holliiiu'sworMi. A Uemarkable (!asf of 
Syphilitic Inoculatiou. J'tiil. Mul. /Vmc.s'. Per. 'i'J. 

Nf'Ison. Hiijijli T. Cinchonidia iu Malarial Fever 

j Cases. y,i. Mid. Miaillily, l>i-r. 

I Nt'lson, K. W. i)n the Treatment of Spinal 
: Ciirvaturi'. r. S. .M>'il. In-i:-<iiijali,r {II). Her. 15. 

M»'lHi»n, \Volfr«'<l. Stricture of thfi Uectuni — 
Successful Operation. Canada Med. Iter., April. 

Nfwronn'r. I>. Teratology. .Snu/hrm .Mid. Rir., 

I -^■■•■•- 

j N«'well, T. What Changes Does Pysiology De- 

; mand in our Schoid System? I'lie S'liiitariau, April. 

! >'«'\vton, K. <►. Scirrhus of the Parotid (Hand. 

Caiicir of the Tiuigue. Scirrhus Cancer. .V. V. Med. 

Iv'.rli, . .In!y. 
! Newton, O. K. Carbuncle— Whitlow au-l In- 
i growing of .s'aiis. SnuHi'i-n .Med. Her.. Oil. Continued 
! Meiislruation During Pregnancy. Smdliern .Med. Her., 

I>ii\ Mercurial Salivati'iu and Uydroeele. .im. .Me.d. 

Jiiiir. { .'•.'). .Vei'. 
\ NfMton, l{()l)t.S. CeU-1'atlioliigy— Observations 
i on til" Causes, character, and Treatment of Cancer, 
i made from Is 13 to ls77. The New System of Au- 
j tliropulo^y. Ciiir.r .lour , July. Cancer — HowTreat- 

ed--Ca.-cs Cured. Cm.- r ./nur., Afiril. l-lxploratiins 
I in Cell-Pathology. Caneer .luur.. .i/iril. Observations 
' on the ( ause and Treatment of earner, made 
i from lH*:i to 1H77. Cinicr Jmir., Ort. Exploratious 



il 



INDEX TO ORIGINAL COJIMTTNICATUTTO, 



i« t!t(li-i'Alijui>n{> . .\. y. Meii. hclrdir, Jnn. Caneur I 
—How Truat'il—Caxi'H Cured. A'. )'. Vnl. Kiirrtii-. | 
Maixli. i\ Iji'i't^ro (>!) Uim.'MKtH nf tlif Kyo. .V. 1'. ' 
Mill, h'iii'iii\ Mil;/. Clinical l.rctiiir.-i (ill Dlic.im >i of 
tin; Dollc. .V. J'. •/-'/. KihiUr. Si-jil. Hy i.liiliti^ Iri- 
tis. Kl'ctir Moi. n-iil .^iir. Jmii., Ihr, 



OfrlpHby, W. \V. !\[iirinto nf Aiiini'iiila In lhi>U. 

tUerlu ir>s/i'/n l.tiin''!, I>i;\ 

O'Kfif, r, Vi'Hico-Viijjiiiiil I iuliilii vNilli Kiiti'iivcr- 

Hion ot till' I'tfiriiM, fiiiiiuht l.iiiHfl. A/in'l. 

0|i-HOii, ('liiii'IcN \\ . I'riipliyliixiM of Siiiiinior 



N«Mvt«»ii, Jr., Hidit. S. TiibaciMi an u, CnuHf of | <'"iiililiHiits in Cliildri.'ii. Oh,; .)/..' ini,l 



Jitiir, 



Blindnt'ys. .V. J'. . !/•■(/. Ei-U'ili,-. M.in'i mid A/iril. 
MiMlii-iil Ccjllfj^'j H"S|iitaiH mill Cliuiciil 'I'ciuliiii,; iu 
I'aria. .V. )', .1/.,/. Krlr.li'', M.i;/. Clidroiiiitis Jlis- 
KiuniimtH. X. y. .)/.•■/. Kfleclir'. Jii.'!/. CU^irolditisi 
UiKMiiiiiiinta. Ciiner Jmir., .lulij. Tre.itui' lit I'l 
Ariitc Hliciiiiiatii' K.'Vii' liy Salicylatd m Smla. witli 
Cusi'H I'roiii the Hispitiil. i 'rirri-'./niir.. Orl . 

Is"i<'uis<', . Ni'ti' nn Pri'liiiiiiiaiy IscJininiii. 

Ohio Mill, iiii'l .'-'III-, .iiiiir.. .Mill. 

Nicoll, lit'iiry I). ( j;-!! ot' DimUi (roin Uiiiitiin' 
(il till- ralldfiian 'I'lilic an.l liitnipiTit'.iual lli'ianr 
rliiigi'. Jill, ./iiiir. ti''x.. ,1.111. CaNc d iiicisidii .,i llic 
(."ervix. with !)'•;, tli on ti: ■ I'Mltn-itli Dav. .In. lour. 
0/«., .|/,/-,7. 

Niroll, Tl)(lllla^>. Kali Un liroiniiuiu in iJijili- 
tlliTia. An:. 0''V.'/i' r (//), .\( : . 

Nittiiiii, \\. II, Tnatni.nt of un Kinthcl al Can- 
Ci'V of till' Ton^iir \v;tli luji'itions ol Nitnitt< of 
Silvtr. Chiir.ijn .Mill. Jour, ami /.V., .Mn;/. 

NIxtiii, .\. H. lonoiiHBiou of iln- brain, r.u-iiir 

Mi'll. Olid .'<lll-. .J. ,111-., ill'r. 



I ■•(,'/ . 



Ol'-Moii, OInf. .Marliii. Kxtractuiii ('olocyn- 
tbldis ( (iiiipo.iit'iiii. \iii..liiiit. I'/iiii:. .\firil. 

<>l>i«', ThoiiiiiN. \ ( HHiMif I'lirjicral Coiiviili-iiinH' 
Or iiiriiit.; four l>uys .iltiM" l.alicr. .Mil. .!/'■'/. .Imn-.' 
fill. 

Ordroiiaii.x, •loliii, ( asu of .Mr.-*, .lain: ('. Nor- 
ton. .I»i. ./')«/• tnxiiiiih/ .Inn. 

Ordwa.v, s, .\ I'aso riircd at tlio Hot SiniiiKH of 
.Vrl.arsit^J. Il'ilni' niiiiiiiiini .Mnnlhl;/. (ii;l. 

<»riii»1».v, O. It I'rartnro of the' Huiiii'riic with 
Injury ot tlif .Musculj-'-piiiiil Xcrvc— Suit lor Mal- 
practice, /'.'i.. V"l.iuiil Siir. Iliji., lii-r.H. 

Orr, •liiiiu-ii i'. Siiiiplcnnntal If. 'port of a cast' 
of Ovariotomy. An. Jmir. )lii!. .Srii'iirr.i. .Inn. 

<>Hi;oo(l, •lames II. .\dilrcss. .V. E .Mnl. (nr.nlli- 

(il ). ./MHC, 

O.slrr, >Viii, Hoiijorrliagic Small I'o.'c. rnnintn 
Mi-ii. nil. I ,Sni\ Jniir., Jnii. I'roj^rcssivi' I'oriiicioiiH 
Anivniia. I'linmln .Mfil. mnl .Snr. Juin ., .Mnrili. Aneu- 
rism of iU'liatic .\rtcry. Cniiinlii .)/<■/. .nnl Siir. Jinir., 
Jii':/. I'atli. domical licport. Cinniili' Miil ami Siir 
Jon,-. ./«'!/. Introd.i.itory l.crtnrc, Oct. Int. 1^77 — 
Mc heal Faeiilly, Mcdiil I'liiversity. i'<i>niilit MfLmnl 
Sill . Join ., i\or. 



Nd'^aoratli, K, New Operation for tlip Uiiiiuval ' 
of the (^teriis. with its I'eriti n"al Kiivchnie Tliro ;,'h \ 
tlie Vaffina. for C ircinoina. .tin. Jour, (lis., Jiin. 1 
Speoinieu of a I teriiH, etc. .tin. Jmir. OVv., .l/j/iV. 1 
Oaue of Jteeiirreut .MetrUM. etc. .Im. .Imir. (i/r\, ini. | 

. I Otis, I''. N. A New I'roslatie Guide. .\'. 1'. .MnL 

.>ori-iN \>. I'. A Col. riliution to tlie Anatomy 1 /?,,-,, ,iy„iV Jl. Ou the Tnitv or Duality I'f Syphilis, 
ottlielliinianUet.ua. Am. Jmir . .Mi-U. .'^limcis. Drl. ly. y .Mnl. /.'■'•.. M.v/ I'J. On Keflex Irritations 

Noi-t..n, <;,..,. >. Crouiions and Idi.hthei itic tliro,i«l...ut the Oenito-lrinary Tract, resulting; 
Oon|iii.ctiv,.,s with >as. .. \.,rll, An. jJr. Ihim;... r'»ii contraction ot the I ret.ira at, or near tlio Mea- 
.Mmi. (T.'I. miiim as a Iteniedy for Deta.hniont oi i '•'", .■"■■'iu'i.^. ' ."".enita or Acq, , red ''/-"■/-;■ 
the Hetina. (} n, Mi I. nwl Sin: Jin, III] Jniu » a,i- ' "'"' •^•■" ■ "■'""•• '' ' ^ l>escrii.tion ot tlie Instrii- 



Mi I. iiwl Siir. liiji. (//). Jn/ij. » at; 
tii'Uiii in I'araijsis of tlie (,iliary Mii>"l(.. Diiin .M"!. 
iinil Siir. Ii'r/i. [III. .Mnrih. 

>ioy«'s. Unify I». Uctinitis Apnp'.ccticu and E'o- 
bcile lurtanmiatiou of tin Uetiiia. Am. Jour. Mnl. .'•Iri- 
>'»C''.<, <Ji-l. 



luentsaiid .\pparatiiK of the .Viithor. with directions 
for their use in opi'vatioii on the Cienito-lJrinary 
Oryaua. O'dii .l/c/. ■•.mi .Sur. Jonr., A/iril. On the In- 
fluence ot .Str.eliires of Lar^jc Calihio in I'rcihiciiin 
luflaaiiiialioii ot the Bladder — I'rompt and I'criiiu- 
mnit Heiii'lit Hcsu tiiiK Ir.iiii liemoval of the Stric- 
Noyt's, Kohl. V. .\ ca.sc of Division of thc^ Ten- i tares by Dilatinu Urctlirotoiny. Am. .Meil. /<i-ll.v/.- 



do Aehillis. It.liinl Mnl. Jmir., J'ln'. Infusoria. 
Ih'Iriiil .Mil. Jonr.. Jan. 

Null, C W. Cinchona in tli.' trcatiiieiu of inter 
mittent I'eyer. li. nnil h .Mnl. Jmi:.. Lhr. 

Oaliiian, .). K. .Medical I.e;;islatiou, /'.iriiir .Mnl. 1 
mnl .V/(c. .Innr.. .\iiril. ' 

O'llrifii, .1. 10, Nine inches of llrooni Straw j 
with l.Wveiiloiis I'liiicivtioii'- lleiiiovd from theJilad- 
(ler by Lithotomy, .f, )', Mnl. Un .. j,ih. v.\. .\ case I 
of E,\tensive Compound fracture ol lie* SUull. .\'. 

)'. Mnl. l{n-., .\;;,f, H. i 

<)«'lcfoi'<l, (m'O. .■\J, liiphtheritis. C/k. Mnl. .!■'- I 
rifm-i- {11,1, Mill/. Ouid" lioird.s to I'rcseribiii}^. I'in. 
MeJ. Ailr.imr (II], Jnhi. Nasal Cutarrh. rhi. .Mnl. , 
Ailnuice (//), l)n\ 

Oi'tcrloiiy, .loliii A, A clii.ical Contribiaion. | 

Am. I'rii't., Aprr. A Cas- of Mediijliiry ( ancer ol the 1 
posterior MenJastiiiMui and liij.'lit I'leiira - \ CiS ■ oi 
Tumor of the Mcoi^o mi.uiii iiid Thyroiil IiImikI, 
Loiti'.irlil,- .Mill. .Xi'irx. A,/,(. I, Six eases' of Aneurism 
of the 'II. Oracle A rta. .\ . I'. .Mnl. .;,.,,■ . M iii .\ 
Plea tor llie K,ir!y t'sc i f t!je Aspiiat'ir in I'.lvie 
Cellulitis. !'<;. .M"l. .Mmiliili:. Oil., mnl riii. Mnl. .\>ir.; 
Uir, 

Ocliinc, I''. <i. Oi'iniithe ciocata iu I'm rperal 
Convulsions .\ . h' Mi' '. Uny-lli [II), Jmir. Clinical 
()bseryati..ns. ,V. ,V Mnl. linz-lli- (II), Jnl,/. Clinical 
ObacrvatioiiH. .WI'.Mil. UiKiII- 1 11). Sri'.t. (^)llvl,l. 
siois caused b\ I'mrin'ral .Mbuminiiria and enrcd 
by Oeiianthe crocata. Iliilimniiinnimi .Mmillili/, .hih.i. 



■ nj. II' I •.;. 

Otis, 4«f<n'g<' .V, Contribution from the Army 
i Medical Minimiu, Washington. Hoslnn Mnl. iiml Siir. 
I J:inr.. M:ii-i-li U'J. 

Ott, Isaav. A (.'asr of Bclls'l'aralysi,--. r.'ii:. .'.'iit, 

' i:ml Sill-. Hi/)-, l>n-. 1.'.. I'hysioloHJcal Action of (iel 

semia .lud (ielHenieinc Acid_/V('7. .)/■'. 7'imc.v. .l/.nv/i 

;il, Thi? Inhibitorj Fnnetiou of the spinal Cord. 

I'liil. .V'-il. Timi'i. I)fi\ M. Action of (leNemiiim Si'iii- 

pervirellH. !.h. I'rnrt.. .t/iril mnl .'/■'//• .\ctioii of 

Cobelina. I'liii-nim Jmir. .\i'rvini.< omi .Miiilnl Di.i.. .Inn. 

t Poisonous MuHhrooniH. I'liinii/o .lovr. .V rrous ami 

j .Minlal l)i'.f., -I'-n. 

0\v«'ii, tlaiiK-s T. Hot Water fir Treatment of 
' Sicli .'Stomiich. I'hil. Mnl.iuhl Siir. Ui/i . Manh -'-i. 

Owoii, Tiiilmt. Ui-i'lv to lir. McClellan. Lmimrilh' 
] Mnl. ynr.i, .V, ■ . U. 

i Owi ii*^^, .liiliii K. [ntermil Ibtmorrhoids. I'lii- 

\ inij, Mill. Jiiiir. mill ('->., Jnni-. I,iici rati^l Woiiid ot 

till- i''oi'ean:i, etc. I'linAiin Miii.Jmir. mm F..r.. Dei. 

Owens, Win. Drue Action in the Cure <f Dis- 
' ease. "Iim Mn' . rnJ Snr. llr/'. {II), Jiih/. 

O/.aiiaiii On IdeplmnfinHiH (iraecoriim. 

■ l\ S. Mnl. Iir filii/.it'ir {II), Jiini 1. :Melil(;tUK oDic'in- 
alis. Iliiliiiiinaniiinn .Mnnllilii. .Mnii. 

j ra«'<', il. M- A Case of Successful lAtirpatioii of 
the Parotiil (Hand. \ii. .Mnl. Mnnl'ilii. Anij. Report 
of II Case o V( Mco- Vaginal I'lutula, with Siieccfsful 

I Operation. 'I"). •/"/. Ili-Wfrkhi, Ani). l'<. 



CLASSIFIED HY Ani'llOK.S, 



;{;} 



riifkard, J<»Iin II. On tlio First InRonslblllty 

from the liihiiialiitii of Bulitliuiic EtlitT. Am. 
Joitr. Mfd. Sriiiias, July. On Tracln'otoiuy in 
('roup. I'liila. Mvd. and Sur. Rep., Scjd.'i'J. 

I>>i<Ul<ick, ri-<-«lk. K. Tlio CllHU of tin-, liitu 
rifiiiy I'mtt of Liuiosboi'o. Jioalon Med. iind 
Hur. Jour., l)tr. 0. 

I'agn, R.C. M. On-iiitis Doiiomluutoii Muinii.s. 
V«. .Med. MoiiUili/, .Man. 

I'liini*, N. KiuiuoiiK. I'roKrt'HBivo Mimcular 
Atroiiliy. Utunei). Tiiiiex, Sept. 

Pnlloii, MontroHH A. Boino Bii!;KCHtioiiH witli 
Rnitiinl to tlm IiiMtiiitica of Fi'nialcH. Am. Jour. 
()f)S., April. ItiHiiiiio on Incision and iJiviriion of 
tlui ('t'i\ i\ Uteri for IJ.\ Knu'iiori'lufa, and (Steril- 
ity. Ant. .lour. Oli.t., J u'/i. McnHtrual Neuroais. 
C'hiciifjoJoiir. .\erii., and Meut. Vis., Jidij. 

Palmer, C. O. Filiroid TuniorH C'oiuplicat(Ml 
witli Ti'tunnH. Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. Cami of 
Pelvic i'lTitonitis. Tlie I'liiiic, Jan. 6. Uterine 
and Ahdoniinal EnlarKciuentH. 2'fte Clinie, 
April 14. Chnioal IxicturcH— 1, Conoid (Cervix ; '.', 
DyHnu'iiorilnea ; ;t, Bterility; 4, Kjiilt^iitiforin 
Seizunts; 5, Operation of lii-Lateral Bection. 
The Clinic, \ov. 17. C'iiuieal Lectures— CaseH of 
Ruptured I'eriueuni ; Vaginal and Uterine I'ro- 
ia|>.so. The Clinie, Dec. 15. 

Palmer, E.K. A Casc,withRoiuarkB. Louin- 
Hlle Med. Noes, April 28. Extract of Malt. 
Ijotiisville Med. News, Mai/ 19. riicuomeual 
Lttctution. Louisville Med. News, Sept. 29. 

Puramorn, W. C. The New Treatment for 
PllcH. Chicago Med. Times, Sept. 

Parish, W. II. Carcinoma of Stomach, etc. 
Phila. Med. Times, July 7. I'ucrperal Beptii le- 
mia Pyamia. Aw. Jour. Obs., April. Deatii 
from Rupture of a ("yst of theliroucl Ligament. 
Am. Jour. Obs., July. 

Parks, Kdward L. A Case of Softening of the 
Brain. Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov, S. 

Parry, S. An Instance of Scarlatina from 
Fondten. rhila. Med. and Sur. Uej>., April 1. 

Parsons, K. luflucnco of the Mind over Sur- 
Kic:d iiH well as otiier Diseases. U.S. Med. In- 
cestiijator (If./, June 15. 

Parsons, S. I). Aspiration In Hernia. Flomeo. 
Times, Jan. lutra-Capsular Fracture of thoThigli 
and the Errors of tlio Metliod.s of Diagnosis, 
liome.o. Times, Feb. Cleft Palate and Staphylor- 
apliy- Am. ohsereer (II.), March. A New Oper- 
utKHi for tlio Obliteration of Adherent and De- 
pressed (,'ieatriceH. Am. Observer (IL), Juiic. 
Homeopathy m Bingery. Cin. Med. Advance (IL), 
May. 

Partridse, Edward I.,. Jiemarks on tho His- 
tory and Treatnniit of Two Cases of Face-l'ie- 
sentaliiins. iV. Y. Med Jour., March. Tho Use 
of ')piuiii and Morplila During I'regnaucy and 
Parturition. Am. Jour. Ob.i., Oct. 

Parvin, Theophilus. The (ienu-Pectoral Posi- 
tiouin (ShonUhu' Presentation. A »i. J'rael., Jan. 
.Metrorrlnu'lafroin linpeifect Deliverance. Am. 
I'rnel., April. A Jiiief Study of One Hundred 
Cascrt of Menstruation. Am. I'rar.t., Aug. 
ChurebiU'sTiueture of Iodine. Am. I'ract., Nov. 

Paschal, K. Elephantiasis of the Scalp. ^Iw. 
Med. Hi- Wceldy, Jan. C. 

I'aschkis, Ilcinrich. A Clinical liecturo on 
theTreatnientofl'riinury Venereal Sores. Vhila. 
Med. Times, March n. 

I'assago, H. V. Operation for Brouchocclc. 
It. and L. Med. Jour., Nov. 

Patterson, M.B. Triplets. NanhJour. Med. 
and Sur. Dec. 



Patton, A. .VueiirisUi in llronehial and Lung 
TrouiiMS. Yk. Mil/. Moiit/ily. Tilt. .spcclUe 
Metlioils in the Treatment ami Invi RtiKaiiou of 
Uisiases. Cin. I.ani el iiiiil Obs.. lull. 

Patton, A. JI. Ainniiniia. in llronchial and 
Lung Trouliles. SuHlliern Mid. lUe., March. 

Paul, Comi'gys. lOiiithelionni of (Mans Penis. 
Phila. Med. Imus, Oct. i;f. 

Pavy, F. W. New Method lor the Qnallta- 

tivi» J)i termination of Hiigar in JSIood ; The Phy- 
siologv of Bn;;ar in Relation lo tlie Blood. N. K. 
Med. (lazettc {ID, Oct. 

Payne, H. L. Puerperal Convulsions. Va. 
J/((/. Monthly, .\ni\ 

Peare, It. .J. Medical Gossip from Berlin. 
Detroit Med. Jour., April. 

I'earson, C. Hydrophobia. Jluhneinannian 
Monthly, Sept. Who are. tho .Seeesslouists I IT, 
S. Med. Invcstiyator [U.), Dec. 15. 

I'earsun, John. IJacteria and Mloro/yuts. 
Chicui/o Med. Times, Any. and Oct. 

I'easlee, E. K. Specimen of Coagulated Mu- 
cus I'assed by a Patient with Chronic Eu;l<icol- 
itis. Am. .Tour. Obs., Oct. Myxoma of tho Muiu- 
ma. Am. Jour. Obs., (Jet. 

Pease, <i.M. WireSpllnts. U. .S. Med. Imta- 
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Peck, E.K. Fire Proof Buildings. The .Si»/t- 
titaria)i, April. 

Peck, E. H. A Case of Sciatica ; Lumbago ; 
Spinal Irritation. ('. .V. Med. Investiijalor (.11.), 
Feb. 1. 

Peck, Geo. It. Hcarlatlna in Rhodi; Inland' 
,V. E. Med. (lazettc (II.), Dec. 

I'embertou, J. S. Adulterated Medicine. 
Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., May. 

Peniberton, Oliver E. On two Cases in which 
the ICxlernal Iliue Artery was Successfully Tied 
foi'thc Cure of Aneurism. Eclectic Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Feb. 

Peunoyer, N. A. Clinical Cases. C. S. Med. 
Jnccsliyalor (11.). Sept. Vt. 

Penrose, R. A. F. Abortion, Its Sjinploms 
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Pepper, Wni. Intra-Thoracu^ Cancer. In- 
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I'hila. Med. Times, Feb. 17. Addison's Dis- 
ease and its Relations with Anacuiatosis. Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, April. Aspiration in Com- 
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Med. Times, May 20, June 9, and Aug. 4. 
An InterestingCase of Cyanosis. N. Y.3fed.Jtee., 
June 2. Occurrence of Endocarditis with Heart 
Clot in Malignant Scarlatina. I'hila. Med. and 
Siir. Pep., .Iiiiic '.). Cystic Di^generatiou of the 
Kidneys. I'hila. Med. Times, Aug. IH. Graves 
Disease. .V. Y. Med. Pec, Sept. 1. Clinical Lee- 
tiiroou a Case of Addison's Disease. Phila. Med. 
Times, Vec. 8. AUituniuoid Degeuoratioa of the 
Liver, and on Abdominal Tumors. Arch. Clin. 
Sur., Dec. 15. 

Pepper, Wni. II. A Case of Addison's Dis- 
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Percy, Sam'llt. Protagon. New Rem.. April. 
Phosphorus Assimilations. .V. 1'. Med. Pc4:., 
April! and June'l.i. Brain Phosphates. Nash, 
.lour. Med. and Sur., Nor. On tho Artlcle.sof 
Dr.C.G. Polk upon Glycerite of Kephaline. Phila. 
Med. Times, Nov. 10. Ashnu'ad's Article on 
Glycerite of Kephaline. Detroit Med. Jour., Dec. 

Perkins, A. J. Bowel Complaints. Eclectic 
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Perkins, Morris. How to Restore the Sculo 
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I'Inrcnta I'rmvirt. Cniuuln 
Foiiioi'ul llcriiiu. Canada 



PerrifTu, Jninnit. 

Mrd. livr., March. 
Med. Her., Maij. 

I'crrlii, T. A. SnUeyllc Add In Acuto IJhcMi- 
miitisiii. I'hilu. Hal. and Sur. Ucp., Marchw. 

r«MTonclto, Kilwiird. On tlio Toimclty of 
Life 111 Tape Wi'iiiis, luul 'riioir Liirval t'oniiM 
In Mull aiul AniuialN. lloiiUni Mat. mid ,Stir. 
Jour.. .'<i/)t. I',. 

I'clvrs, l':(l\viiril l)y«>r. CoiiilitUmK Ad'cctillK 
tile l''ii'tal l'iil.-.f. Honlon Mai. and Sur. Jour., 
An;;. .;:l. 

IVtorM, F. S. A Now HjTilljjn I'lwtoii. Uoslon 
Mai. tintl Sur. Jour., .[prilli. New llyiiodcnuic 
tjyrlu^o. .V. y. Mai. Ucc, May Vl. 

I'etcrH, II. .Soarhitiiia aiul Coll Difttoiuiicr. 
Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

i'otcrH,.Tulii)C. On tho I'atboloicy (»f I'iiitlal 
f.'oi'ubr.il Auii'niia. Ohio Mai. and ,Sur. Jour., 
i'cl). On AnKiiiii Pectoris. Ohio Med. and tiur. 
Jour., April. On tbo Iiitrodiu.tion of Cliolcni 
and Otlier luffctiouH DiBfusos into Ifotiitiials, 
PrisoiiH, itc. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 
ApiH^utlix to an Artii'loon tlio Introducllctu of 
CUoltTii, Ac. Ohio Meil. and Sur. Jour., Oct. On 
Rotropbarynffcal AbscesH«'rt. Ohio Mvd. and Sur. 
Jour., Oil. Hahiioniaiiniuidllouicopatliy. I'hij. 
and I'har., fel)., Muifond /li/j/. Alhuiuinoid iJc- 
Xom>rftti(>n and lutiltratiun. \'a. Miil. Monlhli/, 
t'cb. Aphthir. \ a. Mi:d. Monlhlij, May. Origin 
and C'diuuiuuioution of Typhoiil Fovi-r. Va. Mai. 
Jlonlhlii. June. llyKtcria. Va. Med. Monthly, 
Dee. 

r«>UMs, Suniucl. A Now Syringe I'islon. 
B4tiilou Med and Sur. Jour., April. 

I'ottit, A. Clinical Cases. .V. i). Med. and 
Sur. Jour.. Jan. IWoodiuf,' ut tho Cord. South- 
ern Med. Uei'., I'cb. 

PlullipH, W. A. I'orPipu Bodies in tlio Kai. 
Ohio Mai. and Sur. Hep. (11. 1, Jan. Cailhoid' 
DiplillK ria. Ohio Med. and Sur. lie)). (II.), Jan. 
Knowledge and <Jliar:ieter. Ohio Mai. and Sur. 
Hep. < II.), March. Eiuptivo Fevers in KeUvtiou 
to lJiMeasK>4 of tile liar. Ohio Med. a7id Sur. Hep. 
{U.),Ma;/. 

riiilips, W. U. Milk Sickne^H. Gin. Lancet 
and (Hi.s., I'ib. 

rick:u-d, O»>o. II. Addlt'88. Cin. Med. Xewx, 
Oct. 

Pion'e, Joliii W. CoBmolino. Va. Med. 
Monthlii.June. 

IMenr, WinHlow S. Ecliinococcus of the 
Livei'. etc. I'hr (Clinic, April 7. 

rier.son, A. M. Food for Infantn. U. S. Med. 
Jnvcxtiyalor ill.), March 1. 

ricsHP, (J. AV. SeptlmuH. Scent-Yielding 
Plant.iaiul tlieii IModuets. .\ew Hem., .\ov. 

I'lfTard, llcnry C ^)n tho Aetnal Cautery and 
lt.-< Fniploynient in (,'iituneoii>i.Sur>rery. Vliarh n- 
tOH M'd. Jour, anil Hc.v., .Inn. The Treatment 
of (.'haneroids. Hoston .Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jan. '25. A CaHC of ICrvthuuiatoii.s Lnpu.sof the 
I'eui.t. Arch. Dcnnii'lul., April. On Certaui 
Points Uelatiuff to th(» Naturo and Treatment of 
Lupus. A'. 1. Med. Her., Juhi 21. On tlie Uno of 
OrtainTritui-ationH. .V. ). Mat. lice, Dec. 1. 

Pike, Charles C. T!io Management of Cases 
of Cholera Morl)Us. Southern Med. liec, April. 

IMnkney, Howard. Tlio Hnfcty of tho Naso- 
Pharyimeal Douehi:. A'. 1'. Mc.d. Ucc, April 7. 

Piper, II. U. Tlio Onward Movotncnts in 
Modieiiie. .V. Y. Med. Eclcclic, March. 

Pip«r, U..V. Contractions of Blood Corpuscles 
.tluoimli tho Action of Cold. N. Y. Med. Jour., 



March. On tho Pictorial Art in Illiistratinj,' 
Mici'oseopio Oh.sorviitioiis, ('to. Chicayo Med. 
Jour, and Kj., March. 

I'iriiut, J. Hnlpho-Curholatoof SodalnHcar- 
latina. A". 1'. .Ual. AVc, vl yinV 'J.s. Aeiito llydro- 
ce|ihaliis tiiid its Treatment. I'hila. .Ucd. and 
Hur. Hep., .luy. i. 

PIrrio, Wni. A Caso of Fracture of the Cra- 
niiMii. ICcleclie Mctt. and Sur. Jour., I'cb. 

Pirlle, .I.T. Cas(« of Penetrating Wound of 
tho HkiiU; Kecovery. St. Louis Olin. lice., 
April. 

IMant, Win. T. An Anoninlons Casu of Opiinn 
Poisoning. A. Y. .)lcd. Hcc, .\oc. U). 

I'olk, Chnrl«M U Tieatment of I'litliisis. 
Ohio Med. and Sur. .lour., June. TiiU'S I'lilmo- 
niiin, or Plithlsls. ('in. Lancet and Obs.,Auy. 
Knodyetion (.'aliforiiicnni ; Its Therapeutical 
\aluo in I'nennionio I'httiisis. I'hii. and I'har., 
Any. Tnliercuiosis. A'. O. Med. and Sur. Jour., 
.Sept. Uiiiiury Pathology. .\ash.Jour. Med.und 
Sur., Sept. Nolo on I'rotagon. I'hila. Med. 
t'iniai, Sept. '2','. Treatment of Tnh(M-eular Phtiii- 
sis, Kspeciiilly by Viiali/.od Pliosphates. Va. 
Mat. Monthly, Oct. Prolagon. Am. .]lal. Hi 
Wcclcly, June. !i, and Med. Itricf, July. llio 
CoUlis. yl(;i, J/<'(/. iii-Tl'tt'A-///, Aor.lO. Glyeerite 
of Kepliulino. Souliicrn Med. Ucc, June. Hul- 
pliato of Cinchonidia. Southern .Mat. Hcc, Oct. 
'I'sii Tsiii (Kliyncliosia K.\cuviitn.) Mat. Uric/, 
June. Whciit Phospluilcs. Mai. Uric/, Nor. 
Diphtheria; Its Therapeutics. .)lcd. Uric/, Dec. 

P'PooI, E. .1. Kxtlrpation of Kiilarged Paro- 
tiil Ciluud. iS'ash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Aug. 

Poole, .Tolin II. Jaborandi in a Casti of Diu- 
iK^es Meliitus. Va. Med. Monthly, Aor. 

Pooley, J. H. Catheter Broken ofTafter Mak- 
ing a False Passage; IC.vtmctcd Ijy I'crineiil .Sec- 
tion. I'hila. Med. 'I'lmeit. May 12. Tracheotomy 
ill Diphtlieriu. It. and L. Med. Jour., June. 
Injection of Carnolic, Acid in IIcnKurhoids. 
lolcdo Med. and Sur. .lour., A'or. Intra-Tliora- 
cio <;aaeer. Ohio .Med. and Sur. .lour., Aug. 
Clinical Lectures on Murgory. Ohio Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Dec. 

I'oorp, C.T. K.xsoetionof thoIIip-Joint. A'. 1'. 
Med. Jour., May. 

Pope, Alft-ed C. Tho Wyldo-Rlchardson Pro- 
posal. Hahnemannian Monthly, Oct. On flic 
Causes of Professional Opposition to Homeopa- 
thy. Ifahncinanitnian Monthly, Vcl., and Ohio 
Med. and Sur. Hep. (U..), Nor. 

Porcher, V. I'ejTO. Cases of Yellow Fover in 
Charleston in tlio Sunimor of I8"'i. Charlcnton 
Med. Jour, and Her., Jan. 

Porter, Chas. It. Hospital ("ases. liontonMed. 
and Sur. Jour., Jan. '25. 

I'orter, G. S. A Wire Kxtension Splint for tlio 
Forearm. I'hilu. Med. and Sur Hep., AjtrilU. 

I'orter, P. ilrynberg. A Fnrtlier (;ontiibu- 
tion to tho Treatment of IVrtns.sis. .Y. Y. Med. 
■lour., March. Two Cases of Meningitis of UiU'er- 
eiitCharaelor Oi'euriing in Chiidrcn. H. and L. 
Med. Jour., April. New Y(ulc Leltc r. I'hilu. 
Med. Timoi. May -JO, .luly 21, .1 uy. 1«, A or. 10, and 
Dcc.H. Hosiiital lleport. I'lula. Med. Times, 
•tunc '.), A uy. i, and Sejit. 1. 

Porter, Win. Phthisis. St. Louis Med. and 
Sur. Jour., I'cb., .'itarch, and April. (!roup in 
Practice. .S7. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

I'orter, Win. G. Tlie Treatment of Chanei-'is. 
Pliilu. Med. and Sur. Hep., Jan. 20. 

Post, Geo. K. Table Containing Nincty-slx 
Cases of Vesical and Urethral Calculus. AT. Y. 
Med. liec., Jul yiS. 






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I'oHt, .lulluH A. Typhoia l\ivor aud Urink- 
iuH-Wulor. A^. 1 . -W((/. Jour., .Ian. 

rottvr, H. II. I'liiotico of Moilliilnc. Iw. 
Mti!. Jour. ( E.), S'ov. 

I'oulHoii, I". W. On Hyiihllirt. U. S. Med. In- 
tcntii/ulor (11.), June ir., 

I'owoll. N. A. DinliMiitlon of the llip in it 
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nMHMHid Day. (Uinuila l.nmet, Minj. 

Power, Fn^a l». Holiitlon of Ainnionio-Ciiprlc 
Siil|>liiil()a.s ivTcHt lor Oriipo .Suiriir. Am. Jour. 
l'har.,Jun. ViiriotloH-. Htndcnt Lllo in (icrniaiiy. 
Am. Jour. I'hur., Jan. Nolo upon u Uoactioii of 
Kau^tiii. Am. Jour. I'hitr., Aug. 

ruyntor, M. K. Fractiiro of tlio I'littUa. The 
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I'miuor, II. D. 1. Sulphiiii<- Acid in {'roup. 

a. Nitric A<'id in DiplitlKuia, Kry.slpcla.s, and 

Puorperal Fovor. If. S. Med. Invesliaulor (II.), 
Feb. 1. 

I'roMcott, Albert B. Laboratory Noto.s. Am. 
Jour. I'har., Oct. 

Preiitoti, CuatnH. Tho Viiluo of a Kpyuoto 
fiymptoui. Uahncmannian Monthly, Fell. Ar- 
^ontuni Nitricuni in Disea.ni'H of tlio KIdnoys. 
llahncmanniiin Monthli/, April, rotenoy. Uuh- 
nemannian Monthly, May. Cholera Infauluin. 
Am. Horn CO., ,Sef)t. 

rrwiiton, M. 1. A Cane of Pucrporal Fever. 
2. A V&mi of Diphtheria. 3. Primary and Sec- 
ondary SyniptoniM of lirujiH, 4. On tho Ligation 
of tlio Fnni.s. lluhncmannian Monthly, Feb. 

F. Chrouie Hri^IifH DlHease of 
St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., 



What CausoH Hloep 1 
Feb. 



\orlh Am. 



Phila. 



Prowitt, T. 

the Kidnoys. 
July. 
I'reyer, W. 

Jour. Ilomeo. 

Price, A. II. ForniH of I'lieutuonia. 
Med. and Sur. Hep., Aug. 4. 

I'rlce, KIIhh C. S((cretion of (raH iu the 
BrciLst Instead of Milk. Am. Observer (II.), 
Jan. Noiil.igation of the Funi.s. Am. Obserrrr 
(II.), March. A Ca.se of Tlireatcuod Convul- 
hIouh. Am. Observer (II.), April. Lyoopodiuiu 
III luteiiiiitteiit Fever. ['. .s'. Med. Investigator 
(ll.t, Feb. 1. 

Prince, David. C^ouHideratiouHin Kolatioii to 
Di.seusi s of the JointH. .1 m. I'ruct. Feb. 

Prince, J. I>. The Climate of Nassau. .V. 1'. 
Med. litr., Mareh ;J1. 

Prit<diurd, .J. F. Puerperal Kclaiiipsia. I'hila. 
Med. and Sur. Hep., Mareh 17. 

I»roctor, II. K. ."Home Methods of ICstimatinj; 
TauIlin^<. .1hi. .^oiir. /'/lar., /ii'j/- 

Pufniil, . MisccllaneouH Conununirations 

from Dr. IlirHchlier^'.s Eye Clinie. Arch. Oph- 
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Pur^e, Iteivlamin S. Yellow I'ever; its Treat- 
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Putnam, .TaincH J. .\ Case of Hection of the 
Median and I'lnar Nerves. Ho.ilon Med. and 
Sur. .four., March '22. IJecent I'roKre-fs iu the 
I'atholoKy and Treatment of Nervous DlHeasea. 
lioston Med. and Sur. .four., Aug. 30. 

Putnam, S. Remittent Hulwu'ute Meningitis. 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. '2. 

Putney, William K. The Treatnieui of Ery- 
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Putzel, K. A Cu8o of Caacer of tho Vertebras 



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Itahorg, H. A. Ku]iture of a Midtiloeular 
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Med. Jour., April. New York I'ublie Charities 
and CorreetlouH. The Sanitarian, July. 

Itachel, Geo. W. Ueporl of Three Cane« of 
Tiaeln'otdiny. Am.. four. .Med. Sciences, July. 

ItiMlclin', S. J. Two Cases of Kiffht LaU^ral 
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Itademaker, C. J. The Treatment of Vari- 
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KiiflTerty, T. N. HMipliate of CInehonidIa 
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Kaeland, A. M. A Case of Poisoning by 
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RalnM, N. ,1. Artltleiul Anus from Trauma- 
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Rawls, Gavin. Angina Pectoris due to Heart 
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\'a. Med. Monthly, Nov. 

Ray, Isaac. Testamentary Capacity. Th^ 
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Read, Ezra. Traumatic TetauuH. (Jhicago 
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Read, Ira II. Civse of Rabies Feline Treated 
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Reaniy, Thud. A. Impacted Face Presenta- 
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Reddy, John, f'ase of Valvular Disease of 
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Redfleld, .T. W. How to Temi)er theTerai>or- 
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Reel>er, Clius. T. Pneumonia. St. Louis 
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Reed, Calvin II. Case of Movable and En- 
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Reed, T. R. Amputation of tho Log after 
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Med. Times, March 17. A New Rectal Speculum. 
Aw. .four. Mcil. Sviences, Oct. A Case of Arsum- 
Ical Poison Treated with Dialysed Iron. I'hila. 
Med. Times, Dec. 8. 

Reed, W. F. Both Heads of Twins iu the 
Pelvis. Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

R«^se, John H. On Toxicology. I'hila. Med. 
and Sur. Hep., Sept. 2i. 

Reeve, J. C. Case of Acute Complete Inver- 
sion of tho Uterus. Am. I'ract., Aug. 

Reeve, R. A. Modern Otology. Canadian 
Jour. Med. Science, Sept. 

Regensburger, Alft-eti Kmanuel. Treatment 
of Diphtlicria. Western Lancet, April. Cosmo- 
line as an Exclpicut in Diseases of the Skin. 
Western Lancet, June. The Metric System iu 
PieMirii>tions. Cin. Med. Neus., Feb. 

Reid, John J. Tracheotomy. -V. V. Med. 

Jour., July. 

Reiiuann, . On th(! Siuiidtaneona En- 

trauee of ISoth Heads of Twins into tlie Pelvis. 
J HI. Juur. Obs., Jan. 

Remington, Joseph P. Aromatic Elixir of 
lJcoric»(. Am. Jour. I'har., Mag. On Percola- 
ting and Filtcriug Stands. Am. Joitr. I'har., Dec. 



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K«8tine, C. E. Quiuino us an Oxytocic. Va. 
Med. Monlhly. March. 

ReuMiig, George. Ciiso of Blephiiro-Plasty. 
T«. McU. Monthly, April. DiHeaueH of tlio Gen- 
eral Oi'^uniniu In tucir licliitiou to the Viniou. 
U. and [j. Med. Jour., Aiuj. A Case of Retro- 
bulbar Neuritis. X. I. Med. Jour., Oct. 

Keyburn, Robert. Case of Empyema. Arch. 
Clin. Hiu:, Oct. 1. 

Keynolds, A. S. Gastro-Duodenal Cancer. 
Phila. Med. Times, Sept. 1. Otilis Media JE'uru- 
lentft, .Mr.stoiilitis uud Pytemiu. PKtla. Med. 
limes, Sept. 1. 

Reynolds, Dudley S. Ou Catarrh. Phila. 
Med. and Sur. licp.. May 26. 

BeyiioldH, H. P. Note on Syrup of Todlde of 
Iron. .l«i. Jour, Phar., Feb. 

Rheeit, M. J. Tlie Physiological Interpreta- 
tion of Svmpton. ■ X.li. Med. Oasetle(H.), April. 
Th'i Patiiolo^ical School of PhysicianH. J\. E. 
Med. Ouzcttc (U.), July. 

Rhineliart, Joseph. Substitute for Solution 
of Citrate of Magneaium. Am. Jour. Phar., 
March. 

RhodeH. Sumner. Free Dispensaries and 
High Tariff. Phila. Med. and Sur. Itep., June'i. 

Ribard, S. Drainage npplie;! to Diseases of 
the Eye, and Particularly to Dotachmeut of the 
Ketina. Western Lancet, March. 

Rice, CharleN. Japanese Medicine and Phar- 
macy. New Kern., Jan. On the Origin of our 
Pharuiaceutlral Signs for Weights and Measures. 
Mew Rem., July. An Improved Coudeiiuer. A'em 
Item., Aug. 

Richardson, H. M. Lead Poisoaing. lioslon 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Oei. 4. 

Ricliardson, Josepit G. On the Identity of 
thn Red Blood Corpuscles in Different Races of 
Mankind. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 

Rfoliardson, R. E. Complicated Labor ; 
Twjs; Ri-umrkable Susceptibility to the Effects 
of Chloroform.' .V. O. M»d. and Sur. Jour., 
Dec. 

Rictiardson, W. I>. Recent Progress In Ob- 
stetrics and Gynajcology. Boston Med. and 
Stir. Jour., Feb. 22. A Case of Placenta Prsevia. 
Boston Med. aftd Sur. Jour., March 8. A Case 
of Excessive Salivation during Two Succpsr- 
ful Preguaupies ; Face Presentation ; First 
Position ; Rotation etfected by Forceps ; Child 
Alive. Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., July 12. 
Bost'in' Lying-in Hospital Cases. Boston Med. 
and Sur. Jour., July 12. IIoHpital Cases. Bos- 
ton Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. '.). 

Richet, . Notes upon Salivary Calculus. 

Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., April. 

Rirhniond, Cliarles H. Fracture of the 8u- 
p<'rior Ei-iphysis of the Humerus. .V. Y. Med. 
Jour., .Vo». 

Riclimond, J. M. Complete Occlusion of the 
Vagina. SI. Louis Med. and. Surg. Jour., April. 
ACa8C<if Ovariotomy. St. Louis Med. and Sur. 
■four., June. 

Rlclcetts, E. S. Evidence and Conclusions on 
the Antagonism of Jielladonna aud Opium. Ohio 
Med. and Sur. .Tour., Dec. 

Riclcey, A. C. A Case of Intussusception of 
the Bowels. (Jin. Med. Advance (U.), March. 

Riddeit, S. 3. Choral Hydrate in Scalds aud 
Burns. Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Jan. 6. 

Riddell, Thomas J. A Case of Apoplexy with 
( 'ouiractcd Pupils. Va. Med. Monthly, Jan. 
Kidenour, W, T. A Case of Epiphyseal Os- 



titis of the Head of the llight Tibia. Toledo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Riggs, Beivi. H. Pott's Diseiise, etc. II. and 
L. Med. Jour., March. MiUaria; Its Nature and 
Mode of S^)read. A ni. .Mid. Bi- WiekUj, March 'Al. 
Blood-letting in PueVperul Convulsions. Va. 
Med. Monthly, Dec. 

Ring, H. Intermittent Fever. Jlahneman- 
nian Monthly, March. 

Rlsley, S. D. A Clinical Study of the More 
Prcyuently OccuiTing Formsof Conjunctive Dis- 
ease. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 17 and 24. 

Roberts, Can- H. CaseCommimicated. Can- 
ada Med. Rec., ud. 

Roberts, John 11. lixcision of the I^owcr End 
of the Rectum in Cases of Cancer. Phila. ''le<l. 
and Sur. Rep., June '.). Cases Illustrating the 
Diltlculties in Diagnosis and Treatment ol; An- 
eurisms of tlio Lower Extremity. Phila. Med. 
Times, June D. Hospital Report. Phila. Med. 
Times, Mag 20 and l>cc. 22. The Treatment of 
Traumatic Ti-tanus by Hydrate of Chloral. Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Rol)erts, J. D. 8ali(^ylic Acid in tho Treatr 
luent of A(;ute Rheumatism. Va. Med. Month- 
ly, Feb. 

Robbins, A. N. Congenital Phimosis. .V. 1'. 
Med. Jour., Oct. 

Robins, Leonard II. Aneurism of the Arch 
of tho Aorta. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Oct. 27. 

Robiusuu, A. R. Pompholyx. Arch. Derma- 
tol., July. Sycosis. .V. 1'. Mat. .four., Aug. 

Robinson, BeiAj. W. (.ase of Death During 
Anaisthetization by Ether. Va. Med. MontlUy, 
AprU. 

Robinson, Beverly. Aphonia of Ten Months 
Duration from Paralysis of the Arytenoideiis 
Proprius Muscle, etc. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
.Tan. Ou HouH) Conditions, Physical and Rii- 
tional, in Effusions of the Pleura. N. Y. Med. 
Rec, Jan. 27. Remarks ou Hypertrophy of Tur- 
binated Corpora Cavernosa. Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, April. The Mechanism and Treatment 
of Pulmonary Couiplicatiuns of Acute Cardiac, 
Diseases. N. Y. Med. Rec., Nov. 24. 

Robinson, F. C. Electricity lu theTreatment 
of Opium Poisoning. Chicago Med. Jour, and 
Ex., Oct. 

Rochester, Thos. F. Separation of the Ileum 
and Spontaneous Occlusion of the Divided Ex- 
tremities, liuffalo Med. and Sur. .Tour., Oct. 

Roclcwell, A. D. Oti the Differential Indica- 
tions for tlie Use of the Faradio and Galvanic 
Currents. X. Y. Med. .Tour., Feb. Intermittent 
Hemiplegia. .\. Y. Med. Jour., Aug. Electricity 
in the Treatment of Dysmenorrha-a. .V. Y. Med. 
Rec., Oct. 27. 

Roddick, T. G. Antiseptic Dressing in Sur- 
gery. Canada Med. and Sur. .Tour., Dec. 

Rodgers, G. W. Change of Temiwraturo as a 
Cause of Maliirial Oisease. Pacific Med. and 
Sur. Jour., A ug. 

Rodman, VV. it. The Treatment of Certain 
IHJuriesof tho Head Aeeompaiiied by Lesions of 
the Braiu and its Meniliraues. Am. Jour. Med. 
Sciences .Tan. Two Cases of Pleuritic Effusion. 
iV^. Y. Med. Rec, Feb. 24. 

Rogers, Coleman. Bicarbonate of Soda in 
the Treatiuent oi Burns. Louisville Med. Aew«, 
Sept. 29. 

Rogers, Jaines W. Intussusception of Bow- 
els. Detroit Med. Jour., March. Treatment of 
Croup. Detroit Med. Jour., June. 

Rogers Josepli G, The Bundiige in Thoracic 
Diseuees. Am. Pract.,Jan. 



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Boeerft, OrviUe li. The Ahiieo of Medical 
Cliarltien. llosinn Med. atid Sur. Jour., Nor. 1. 
Botttoii Medical Charity. N. Y. Med. Hec, Dec. 1. 

Rogrers, W. E. A Bullet the Nucleus of Stoiio- 
liitliotouiy. Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Mm/. 
Case of Included Fastatlon. Am. Jour. Med. .sVi- 
*iirea, Oct. 

liogerH, W. N. Er,i;ot iu HeematciuoNiH. Med. 
Brief, Nov. 

Bohe, Geo. H. The Pathology ot Herpes Zos- 
ter, Clinically Considered. Arch. Dermatol., 
July. Lupus Vulgaris. Va. Med. Monthly, July. 
Recent Progress in Dermatology. Va. Med. 
Monthly, Sept. Recent Progress in Syphilology. 
Va. Med. Monthly, Oct. On Tinea Tonsurans 
and Tinea Circinata. The Clinic, Oct. 20. 

Roland, Oliver. Hospital Reports. Phila. 
Med. Time^, Feb. 3. 

Rooch« A. Traumatic Tetanus Cured by Com- 
bined TJse of Chloral Hydrate and Curara. St. 
Lmtis Clin. Rec., Oct. 

RoosM, D. B. St. John. The Relations of 
B'.of h^Mitis Clliaris i . Ametropia. Am. Jour, 
i^eu. Sciences, Jan. The Disproportion between 
the Powers of Hearing the Tick of a Watcli and 
the Human Voice. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, 
Jan. A Case of Meningitis Following Acute Pu- 
rulent Tutlammation of the Middle Eur. N. T. 
Med. Rec, July 1. 

Rose, A. Tracheotomy iu Dipbtheria. N. 7. 
Med, Rec, May 12. Case of Fistula Vesico, etc. 
N. T. Med. Rec, Aug. 18. Hueter's Flat Male 
Catheter, and His Mode of Ascertaining the Dlla- 
tability of the Male Urethra. N. Y. Mer! Rec, 
Sept. 8. 

Rose, J. M. Four Successive Ruptures of the 
Uterus. Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Aug. 

Rosebrueli, A. A Brief Report of Cttsea of 
gynipulhctic Ophthalmia and Bympatbetio Irri- 
tation. ('i»i. Med. News, Jan. 

Rosenthal, Moris. Experimental and Clini- 
cal Investigations on Cervical Paraplegia. Chi- 
eago Jour. New. and Me7it. Dis., Jan. 

Rosenwasser, Nathan. Colcbicum Seed. Am. 
Jour. Vhar., Sept. 

Ross, . Epithelioma of Tongue. Canada 

Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. Case of Unilate- 
ral Convulsions; Clieyne-Stokes Respiration; 
Death. Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., J%ine. 
Aneurism of Hepatic Artery. Canada Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Juh/. Extensive Compound Frac- 
ture of the Skull. Mith lioss of Bone Substance. 
Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 

Ross, n. F. Ignorance of Pregnancy. 77i!7rt. 
Jffrf. find Sur. Rep., April 28. 

Ross, David Wm. On Garrya Fremonti. 
Am. Jour. Phar., Dec. 

Ross, .Tames. Four Thousand Seven Hundred 
and Four Cases of Midwifery. Canadian Jour. 
Mctl. Science, Oct. 

Ross, VI. S. llcmovrtl of Foreign Bodies 
from I lie ICye. Am. Med. ]ii-\^eekly, Sept. 1. 

Rothucker, W. A. The Pliysiologlcnl Action 
of Opium, ('in. Mrd. Netrs.July. 

Rothrock, .T. T. Tlie Conservnlion and f'or- 
rdiitioii of Vital Forces. J'hila.Med. and Sur. 
Rrp.. Mill/ 19. 

Rounds, Win. K. Otitis Media fiupimrativa 
Chronica. Il'.thitemanninn Monthly, Nov. 

Royer, II. C. I'lccratlon of Soft Parts and 
DcHtiuction of Fii>ulii fro?n Iii.lnry Sustainetl 
Twentv Years Before Aniinitntion ; Recovery. 

< hi') y.<''1. mill Sur. h'r.'i. 'Jl:-. Murrh. f'iise of In 



dolent Ulcer cured bj Stropping. U. S. Med. In- 
vestigator (If.), Nov. 1. 

Ruan, James. Ointment of Oxide of Zlno. 
Am. Jour. I'har., May. 

Rtillson, Elbert T. An Epidemic. Phila- 
Med. and Sur. Rep., March 24. 

Rumbold, Thomas F, A Simple Mode of 
Cleansing the Nasal and Pbaryngo-Nasal Pas- 
sage. Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., May. Feet 
of Catarrhal Patients. Yu. Med. Monthly, July. 
Removal of Hardened Secretions from the Na- 
sal Passages. Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Aug. 
The Applicction ot Oil to the Surface of the 
Body. St. Louis Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Rumbold, Thomas G. The Function of the 
Uvula and the Prominence Formed by the Azy- 
g03 Uvuloo Muscles. R. and L. Med. .Tour., Dec. 

Runnels, M. T. Intra-Cranlal Fibroma. IT. 
S. Med. Investigator (II.), July 1. 

Russ, Ross C. Bronchitis. Cin. Lancet and 
Obs., Feb. 

Sabln,R. C. 1. Compound Comminuted Frac- 
ture of the Fibula, etc. 2. Extensive Laceration 
of tlie Chest Walls. Am. Homco., Aug. 

Sabln, R, H. Stone Dust a Cause of Consump- 
tion. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., July 21. Peri- 
cardial Effusions and Albuminuria. Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Rep., Sept. 15. 

Salomon, I<. F. Ergot. N. O. Med. and &ur. 
Jour., Dec. 

Sample, J. R. A Case of Puerperal Convul- 
sions and Treatment. R. and L. Med. Jour., 
Dec. 

Sanders, J. <'. Dysmenorrhcea. Oin. Med. 
Advance \II.), .Tunc and July. 

Sanders, O. S. The Student and the Doctor. 
N. E. Med. Gazette (II.), Dec. 

Sands, H. B. On the Treatment of Intussus- 
ception liy Abdominal Section, etc. N. Y. Med. 
Jour., June. 

Sandldge, P. E. Observations upon an Epi- 
demic otDipbtheria. Louisville Mat. News, .Ian. 
13,U7id A2)rit2l. A Case of Congenital Phimosis, 
and its Sequel. Louisville 2lcd. News, Aug. 4. 

Sass, Liuls F. New Apparatus for Antiseptic 
Surgery. N. Y. Med., Tour., March. 

Satterthwalte, T. £. Pyo-Pneumothorax, 
etc. N. Y. Med. .Tour., July. 

Savery, W. Aliortion, Consecpicnt on Fatty 
Degeneration of tlio Placenta. Am. .Tottr. Obs., 
April. 

Sawln, J. W. Rupture of the Uterus. .V. E. 
Med. Gazette (H.), Oct. 

Sawtelle, H. W. Tn.JTiry of the Middle Finger; 
Tearing away the Extensor Tendoji from its 
Ori.gin in the Extensor Comnumis Digitorum. 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., Nov. 8. 

.Sawyer, Edward Warren. Affections of the 
Nipple and Breast Incident to Early Lactation. 
Chicago Med. Jour, and Ej\, Dec. 

Saxe, A. W. Fibroid Mass in Ileum. Paci,fic 
Med. and Sur. Jour., .Tan. 

Sayro, Ijewls A. ririilysi') an''i Incoiirdinn- 
tion from Comrenilal I'liiniosis. Cmscs Siuiiiliit- 
ing Hip Disease; P.soilis; Exsi-etlon of the Hip; 
A Tilt witli Critics atllomeand Abroad. Ph'.ln. 
Med. and Sur. !>€)>., Jan. i.). Pott's Disease in 
the Cervical Region; it.>< Treatment. Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Rep.^Jau. 27. A (,'lironic Intbuuiiiti- 
tioji of Wrist and Kn(^('-.Ioint. Vhiln. Med and 
Sur. Rep., Feb. 10. Rcpl.v to Ciiticism. Arch. 
Clin. Sur., March. The Trctitnicnt of Uotnry 
T^iitcr.il (urvjituir df Va<' .'^i>iiu'. ''. 1 . Mrd, 



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Ree., March 31. Partial Paralysis duo to Pliimo- 
Hi8. Va. Med. Monthli/, April. Convalesccut 
Caaes; Results of Operutlou for Pliluiosis; Boii- 
iief 8 Grand Apitareil ; etc. Pkilu. Mvd. and Sur. 
Rep., April 7. Report of Pott's Diseaso, or Carles 
of tlie Bpioo; Treated by Extension and Plas- 
ter of Paris Bandage. R. and L. Med. Jour., 
May. Remarks on tbe Rotary Lateral Curva- 
ture of tbe 8i>ine, and Treatment by bclf-Suspen- 
slon and Fixation in tbePla>iter of Paris Jacket. 
Am. I'rucl., June. Application of tbe Plaster 
of Pai'i» Baudaf^e. Mtt. Med. Jour., Ann. In- 
coaipatible. Phila. Med, and Snr. Rep., ISepl. 29. 

Scales, T. P. Brain Disease of Cbildren. A'. E. 
GiizeUe {[!.}, Aug. 

Scarborough, W. W. Typboid Fever in Aui- 
berst and New Kngland. The Clinie, Dec. 8. 

Scearce, J. B. A New Aboi'ttve Treatment of 
Piieumoiiiu. I'liila.Med. and ,Sur. Rep., March 
31. 

SclieflTer, K. Pacbyiua Cocus. Louisville Med. 
Xeic.t, A u>j. 23. 

Scheibenzuber, A. Case of Perityphlitis; 
Emltolisni of L<'ft Anterior Tibial Artery; Gan- 
ftrene; Amputation; Reeoveiy. Ohio Med. and 
Sin: Jour., June. 

Schlotterbeck, G. A. Syrapus Lactucarii. 
Am. Jour. I'lutr., Dec. 

Schmidt, H. I>. The Development of tbe 
Nervous Tissues of the Human Embryo. Chicu- 
yoJour. Xerr. and Ment. Dis.,Jul!/. 

Schott, . On Some Aflfeetions of the Optic 

Nerve, with Plates. Arch. OphUial. and Otol., 
Vtd. Vr.,i)U(/e26-2. 

Schrotter, V, O. Amorphous Phospbonis. 
Uahnemannian 2lonlhtij, March. 

.Schuppert, M. On Diphtheria. Am Med.Jii- 
Weeklj/, .\or. U. 

.Schnppert, W. E. On Spontaneous Combus- 
tiou. Am. Med. lii-Weckhj, Sept. 29. 

Schuyler, C. C. "Empyema." Phila. Med. 
and Snr Rep., Feb. 3. Lister's Antiseptic Metli- 
od in Ovariotomy. Phil . Med. and Hur. Rep., 
April 21. 

SchweiR, Geo. 31. The Electric Bath. Plain. 
Med and {iiir. Rep., March 10. 

Scott, D. W. Pleuro-Pneumonia. Atlanta 
Med. and Snr. Jour., Sept. 

Seabiiry, W. W. Salicylic Acid as an Anti- 
Rbeumutic. Med. Brief, May. 

Seeley, T. P. Description of an Improved 
" Barnes's Dilator." Am. Jour. Med. Sciences. 
Jan. Case of Epithelioma. Chicago Med. Jour, 
and Ex., Jan. 

Seely, W. W. I'relimiuary Training. The Clin- 
ic. March 17. Tuberculosis of the Eye. Tlie 
Clinic. .luhi'lH. 

Sef^uin, K. C The Abuse aud Use of Bro- 
mideH. Chicagi) .four. \crc. and Ment. Dis., 
Jultf. A Coutril)Ution to the Therapeutics of 
Migraine. .V. 1'. .Med. Rcc. Dec. 8. 

Seller, Carl. Beiin Removed from External 
Auditory Meatus. I'hila. Med. Times, Dec. 22. 

Selp, C. V. Adherent Placenta. Uahneman- 
nian Monlhlif. June. Au "Hermaphrodite." 
ilahnemaiuiiuii Monthly, Dec. 

Seldner, S. W. A Case of Progressive Bulbar 
Paralysis. -IW. Med. Jour., June. 

SelfHd«:e,J.lW. Proving.' Wyethia Heleuoids. 
r. S. .Med. Investigator (II.). Oct. 1. 

Sell, E. H. M. Amputiition of the Neck of 
the Uterus, with a SurcesMful Case. Phy. and 



Phar.,Maii. Procidentia Uteri, with Cases. Phy. 
and Phar., Aug. 

Semeleder, Frederick. Borne Remarks on 
Electrolysis in Ovariau Tumors. JV^. 1'. Med. 
Jour., March. 

Seniple, G. Wm. Poisoning by Carbolic Add 
Treated by Apomorphio. Va. Med. Monthly, May, 

Senseney, B. Rush. Animal vs. Human Vac- 
cine Virus. Ohio Med. Recorder, May. Con- 
cerning Vaccination; A Reviewing Reviewer 
Reviewed. Ohio Med. Recorder, Sept. 

Sexton, Samuel. Earache or Catarrhal In- 
flammation of the Middle Ear. A', y. Med. Ree., 
Jan. 13. A Now Instrument for the Administra- 
tion of the Air Douche to the Middle Ear. N. V. 
Med. Rcc, Aug. 25. Report on tbe Pathology 
and Tlierupcuties «)f Diseases of the Ear. K. X. 
Med. Rcc, Dee. 2!». 

Seyfert, Tiieodore H. Dilatation of the Cer- 
vix-Utori. Phila. Med. and i>ur. Rep., Sept. 18. 

Seymour, H. G. Case of Vicarious MenRtnuk- 
tiou simulating liamioptysis. Phila. Med. and 
Snr. Rep., March 17. 

Seymour, B. H. G. Shoulder i'resentations 
and their lYeatnient. Med. lirief, June. 

Shaffer, L. 1. Naivi Blaterni Cured by Ho- 
meopathy. 2. Case of Tedious Labor, from Ir- 
regular Uterine <'on*ractions. Am. Observer 
(11.), Jan. 

ShiAHTer, Newtoa SI. On Reflex Mnseular 
Contra(^tion aiul Atrnphy in Joint Diseases. 
Arch. Clin. Sur., June. 

Sliakespeare, E. O. A Now Method of 
Double Staining. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Jan. 
A Contribution to tlie Anatomy of the Human 
Retina. Am. .Tour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Sharp, H. G. A Largo Dose of Crotou Oil. 
Ohio Med. Recorder. May. 

Sharp, L. Ir. Lacf'ration of the Colon from 
Excessive Distension. Phila. Med. and Sur. 
Rep., Dec. \. 

Sliarp, William. The Action of One Dose. 
Tlahncmamiian Monthly. April, and V. S.Med. 
Investigator {JJ.), May. 

Shattucli, F. C. Recent Progr<'*i8 in the 
Treatment of Thorieie Diseases. Boston Med. 
and Sur. Jon;:, April 19. 

Sliaw, J, C. Tr.aumatie (,'erebral Pachymen- 
ingitis. .V. \. Med. Jour., Dec. 

Sluur, Jolui J. Diphtheria. N. B. Med. 
Gazette ill,), \ov. 

Sliaw, W. C. Th(^ Plaster of Paris Jacket and 
aQu<'Stion of I'riority. A'. Y. Med. Ree, ./unc 9. 
Dislocation of thoSn...;U End of the Clavicle 
Upwards. A. v. 2hd. Itec. Aug. 18. 

Shelly, A. F. A New Remedy called Diges- 
tine. I'hila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Feb. 3, and 
Cin. Med. I^cvs, May. 

Sliepard, Gilbert. Cas<'« of Brigbt's Dis- 
ease 'I'rcated Houjeopathically. Hahnemannian 
Monthly, .lug. 

Sliepherd, Francis J, Notes on Abnormali- 
ties obscrxcd ill the Dissecting Room of McdIiU 
University, during tlii' Winter Session of 187(1-77. 
Canada .Med. and Sur. .lour.. June. 

Shepherd, W. W. The Use of the Aspirator 
in Retention of Urine. The Clinic. March 24. 

Sliermau, Louis. On the Strength of Ho- 
nieopatliic Tilictuies. Am. llooieo.. A'or. 

SIterman, Walter N. Tlie Monobrouilde of 
j Camphor in MaHturlmtion. Philn. Med. and 
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Sherts«r, A. Trego. Intra-Uterine Amputa- 
tJou. Med. Brief, June. 

Sherwell, 8. Pempliigus Foliaceus Case, and 
ReiuarkB. Arch. Dermatol., Jan. Tattooing 
in Naevi. Arc^. Dermatol., April. 

Shimonek, F. Sudden Death During At- 
Uiiupted Abortion. Phila. Med. and Sur, Rep., 
Feb. 17. 

Bhlrrifr, W. F. The Early Use of the Clinical 
Thermometer. Canada Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Jan. 

Shoemaker. J . T. A Remarkable Case of 
PByi'osls. Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Oct. 13. 
Eczema, with somci Special Romarkd ou Treat- 
ment. Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Nov. 3. 

Shrady, Geo. F. A New Open-eyed Needle. 
A'. T. Med. Rcc., Dee. 8. 

Hlirlver, C. A Case of Chronic Hiccough. 
Oin. Lancet and Obs., March. 

Shnlts, Theo. A Cane of Feritonitia, with 
Intlam 'nation of Stomach, etc. Am. Observer. 
(H.), Sept 

Shnrly, E. li. On Albumen in the Treatment 
of Vulnionary Consumption. Buffalo Med. and 
Sur. Jour., June. Report of 266 Cases of Vacci- 
uiitiou with Grittin's Bovine Virus. Detroit Med. 
Jour., Oct. 

Sliuttleworth, E. M. On the Preparation of 
Diaiytied Iron. Am. Jour. Phar., Nov. 

Sibly, C A. Phytolacca Decandra in Scarlet 
Fever. U. 8. Med. Invailigalor (U.), Jan. 1. 

Slgsbee, Wm. Case of Conservative Surgery. 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Aug. 25. 

Sigworth, H. W. PysEmia. Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Uep., Jan. 13. Silver Plate in the Skull. 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Dec. 8. 

Sim, F. li. The Treatment of Scarlet Fever. 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Dec. 1. 

Hiinmunds, O. B. A Case of Excision of the 
Human Kpleeu lor Hypertrophy. Pacific Med. 
and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Simmons, D. B. An Epidemic of Typhoid 
Fever Produced by Severe Poisouing. Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, April. An Extraordinary CiJKo of 
Biliary Abscess Communicating with thoKight 
Brochus. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Simmons, T. W. Scalp Wounds. Md. Med. 
Jour., Oct. 

Simpson, C. A. Chronic Aural Catarrh. Al- 
lantuMed. and Su.: Jour., Nov. 

Sims, J. Marion. Discovery of Anaisthesia. 
Ta. Med. Monthly, May, and R. and L. Med. 
Jour., June. 

Sinkler, Wharton, On Infantile Paraly- 
sis. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., March 10. 

Sizer, N. B. The Latest Investigations into 
the Genesis Tubercle. Vin. Med. News, Feb. 

Skeels, .J. S. Puerperal Convulsions. J7. S. 
Metl. Jnoestigalor (II.}, Dec. 15. 

Skene, Alex. J. C. Case of Intermittent Me- 
trorrhagia During Gestation. Am. Jour. Obs., 
Jan. A Second Bucccsstul Case of Gastro-Ely- 
trotoniy. Am. .four. Obs., Oct. Tlio Cause of 
CouvulHious in Cliildren Born of Uronic Mothers. 
Aiu, Jour. Obs., Oct. 

Skinner, Thomas. Transfusion of Blood. 
Gin. Med. Admince {II.}, Auij. 

Sloan, M.O. AViis it Embolism » Phil. Med. 
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Sloan, Wni. Tlic Nature! and I'catniciit of 
Diphtheria. Canada Lancet, Sept. 
Slocum, Chas. K. Unusually Unpleasant 



rd. 



Smith, Henry H. 

lionlon Med. aitd Sur. 



Effects of Suli)hato of Quinia. N. Y. Med. Ree., 
May 26. Bacteria in Urine. A'. I'. Med. Ree,, 
Sept. 22. 

Small, A. K. Introductory Address. V. S. 
Med. Investiyator (if.), Nov. 15, 

Smart, A. R. The Etiology and Prophylaxi* 
of Scarlatina and Diphtheria. Toledo Med. and 
Sur. Jour., April. Report of Cases. Toledo 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Smart, W. N. Oxytocics. Toledo Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Aug. 

Smedley, K. C. A Case of Epilepsy. Bah- 
nemannian Monthly, April. 

Smith, A. A. The Therapeutics of Headache. 

Sotdhern Msd. Rec, Feb. 

Smith, Albert H. Rupture of a Uterus 
MolcNworth's Dilator. Am. Jour. Obs., Aprl 
Retarded Dilatation of tbe Os Uteri in Labor. 
Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., Aug. 4. 

Smith, Andrew H. Spasm of tlu; (Esopha- 
gus. Va. Med. Monthly, Jan. A Case of (ilosso- 
Labio-Laryngeal Paralysis. A'. Y. Med. Ret., 
Nov. 24. 

Smith, Fngene. Abscess of the Cornea, 
Detroit Med. Jour., July. Ophthalmic Frag- 
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Smith, Gouvemenr M. Reopening of the 
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.\ Case of Hydrophobia. 
Jour., March 15. 

Smith, Heywood. Case of Extra Uterine 
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Smith, Jr., Isaac. Radical Cure of Strangu- 
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Smith, J. Barr. Valvular Disease of the 
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Smith, J. Curtis. Diabetes Mellitus. De- 
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Smith, Josepii Granville. Corrosive Sub- 
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Smitli, J. HeW Ranunculus Bulbosus. 

A'. E. Med. Gazelle (//.). /./ic. 

Smitli, J. Lewis. Clinical Records: 1. De- 
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2. Case of Litctatlon. 3. Double Tumor Albus. 
4. Depression in Right Side of Thorax from In- 
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Kemarlfs. Am. Sup. Obs. Jour. Great Briiain 
and Ireland, April. Clinical Records : 1. Brsv- 
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Dai'tylitis Strumosa; Remarks. 3. Case of Cer- 
eljral Congestion or Inflammation from Solai* 
Heat. Am. Sup. Obs. Jour. Great Britain and 
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Monthly, June. Thoughts Relating to the Prog- 
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Med. Sciences, Oct. (Croupous Laryngitis and 
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Smitli, J. Newton. One-Sided Action of Bel- 
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Smith, Q. C. Naso-Pharyngeal Catarrh. 
Pacific Med. and Sur. .four., April. Belladonna 
in Dysentery. Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Aug. 
Nnx Vomica for tbe Vomiting in Pregnaiity. 
Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Sept. 

Smith, Steplien. On the Legal ResponHibili- 
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Feb. How Thirty-five Consecutive Aiuputations 
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ing the Use of tlie Klasiic Bandage. Arch, 



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U 



!S :•'■ 



li-. 



Clin. Sur., May. lUiistrivtloiis of Antlsvptic 
Surgory. t'liy. und I'hiir., Aug. 

Smith, T. CurtU. Ciiscs in Tract Ice. hftroil 
Med. Jour., Jan. Opium roiMoiiiiig; Orccii 
Vomiting. A*, and L. Med. Jour., Feb. Oxalate 
of Cerium in Nhubch jiud Vomiting. DclroU 
Med. Jour., April. Trcatmout of IJoiln liy Sul- 
phide of Calcium. Arch. Clin. Hur., April. 

Smith, T. M. A Ciiso of Triple Birth. Va. 
Med. Monlhlji, April. 

Smythe, A. G. The Position of the Ilymon in 
tho Negro Kucc. Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

Snider, J. VV. Picrate of Ammonia in Inter- 
mittent Fever. Ohio Med. Recorder, Xov. 

Snively, Iiiaac N. Case of Traumatic TotunuH 
Treated Succcsafullj' with Large Doses of Cun- 
ahis Indica and Stimulants. Vhila, Med. and 
Sur. Rep., Oct. 27. Compound Comminuted 
Fracture of the Sk. 11, with Kxtensivo Lo-jsof 
Bone and Cerebral Sub.stance. Phila. Med. and 
Sur. Re})., Nov. 24. Silver Plates in Cranial 
Wounds. I'hila. Med. :md Sur. Rep., Dec. 29. 

Soathall, James S. Extra Uterine Preg- 
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Sept. 

Sonthworth, Chas. T. Acldress. Toledo Med. 
and Sur. J our., Aug. 

Spalding, H. C. Inversion of the Uterus. N. 
E. Med. Ouzelte (M.), Jidy. 

Spanldlng, A. E. A Case of Poisoning from 
Oil of Tansy. Phila. Med. Times, July 7. 

Spauldlng, James. Iritip. Boston Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Aug. 16. 

Spaulding, F. A. Report of a Case where 
Castration was Performed for the Radical Cure 
of Spermatorrhooa. Detroit Med. Jour., Jan. 

Spear, David Dana. The Treatment of Whoop- 
ing Cough. A^. 1'. Med. Rec., March 17. 

Speare, M, K. PaperSplints. Aw. Jour. Med. 
Sciences, July. Skin Grafting for the Preven- 
tion of C'ontraction of Tissues In a Severe Burn. 
Oin. Med. Xews, Sept. 

Spence, O. O. Valedictory Address to the 
Class of l87(i-77. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Sep. (II. J, March. 

Spencer, H. A. Loss of One Testicle not In- 
terfering with Procreative Powers. Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Rep., Sept. 8. 

Spencer, H. X. Arayl in Diseases of the Ear. 
St. Louis Med. and Sur. .four., June, 

Spenzer, P. J. Salicylic Acid in Idiopathic 
Erysipelas. Ohio Med. Recorder, Sept. 

Speth, V. Hydrophobia. Iluhnemannian 
Monthly, May. 

Spioor, C. W. Nolaton's Method of Resusci- 
tation from Chloroform Narcosis Used in the 
Asphyxia, or Appaicnt Death of New-born In- 
fants. Phila. Med. and Sur. Rep., J%ine 2. 

Spinzle, C. Intra, and Extra-Capsular Frac- 
tures and their Successful Treatment. St. Louis 
Clin. Rec, Oct. 

Spltzka, Edwarrt C. The Psychological Pa- 
thology of Progressive Paresis. Chicago Jour. 
Xerv. and Ment. Dis., April. Contributions to 
Euccplialie Anatomv. Chicago Jour. Nerv. and 
Ment. Dis., Oct. 

Spottswood, E. T. 
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Atropui Ts. Morphine 
Rep., Oct. C. 

H<iuler, E. It. Casis in Clinical Surgery. 
llahnemannian Monthly. .Vor. 



H.vilratc of CIdoral in In- 
((/('/ Sur. Rep., Aug. 11. 
I'hila. Med. and Sur. 



Squire, Ualm. Olycerol of Nitrate of Blu- 
nnith. A m. Jour. Phur., ./(/>«. 

Squire, C. L. Sudden Death from Embolism. 
Uoston Med. and Sur. Jour., Feb. 15. 

Squire, T. H. Catheteilsm in Prostatic Re- 
tention. A', r. Med. Rec, May 16. 

Stalilbet'g, . Cases of Sickness Treatwl at 

the Kuiny.ss Institution at Moscow. Phila. 
Med. and Sur. Rep., Aug. 25. 

Stahlscliuiidt, C. The Chemical Constitution 
of Bleaching Powder. Am. Jour. Phar., Feb. 

Stair, J. n. Cheap Medical Education. N.T. 
Med. Rec, MarchUl. 

Stallter, IVI. Veterinary Education. Am. Yet. 
Rer., July. 

Stansbury, J. T. Case in which Gouorrhceal 
Epididymitis Preceded the Discharge from the 
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Staples, Franldiu. A Case of Uterine Fibroid 
Cystoma. Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., Feb. 

Starr, E. F. Supra-pubic Lithotomy. Am. 
Jour. Med. Sciences, July, and Atlanta Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Dec 

Starr, Louis, l^eft Lung and Heart with Fe- 
nestrated Pulmonary l,eafl<'ts, and Peculiar 
Growth til one of the Tricuspid Leatlots from a 
Case of ."htliisis. Phila. Med. Times, Jan. fi. 
Specimens from Two Cases of Comliined Heart 
and Kidney Disease. I'hila. Med. Times, Feb. 17. 

StebbiuH, Geo. S. A Case of Splenic Leuco- 
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Stedman, C, Ellery. A Case of Addison's 
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Steely, E, A. Summer Diarrha-a and Cholera 
Infantum. Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 

Steen, Arthur H. Opium Poisoning Success- 
fully Treated by Belladonna and Coifee. Va. 
Med. Monthly, June. 

Steger, II. W. Medical Clinic, Bellovue Hos- 
pital M(Hlical College: 1. Paralysis, A Frlgorl. 
2. Cdrebro Spiuiil Disseminated, or Nodular Scle- 
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tassium. Nash. Jour. Med. and Sur., Nov. Gy- 
necological Clinic, Bcllevue Hospital Medical 
College; 1. Dispareiinia. 2. Metrorrhagia. 8, 
Absence of Organs of Generation. Nash. Jour. 
Med. and Sur., Dec 

Stein, G. S. Case of Retained Ovum after 
Death of Foetus; Expelled in the Tenth Month 
of Prcji nancy. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., Oci. 

Stellwagen, Tliomas C. A Simple Cautery. 
Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, A2>ril. 

Stephens, li. C. Spontaneous Reduction of 
Inverted Uterus. Am. Suj>. Obs. Jour. Great 
Jirilain and Ireland, July. 

Stephenson, A. H. A Pin, after a Sojourn of 
Forty-two Years in the Body of a Lady, Voided 
through the Bladder. Detroit Med. Jour., Dec. 

Stephenson, Wni. On Non-instrumental 
Aids to Labor. The Clinie, Sept. 8. 

Sterling, C. F. .\ Singular (.'ase of Strangu- 
lated Hernia. Cin. Med. Advance (II.), May. 

Sternberg, Geo. M. A Study of the Natural 
History of Yellow Fever. N. O. Med. and Sur. 
Jour., March. 

Steuart, Francis II. Obstetric Forceps, with 
Short und Long Handles. Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

.Sleurer, J. A. Description of a New Dilator. 
N. y. Med. Rec, Sept. 22. 

Stevens, Geo. T. On Light in Some of its Re- 
lations to Dis( <ne. N.Y. Med. Jour., June. The 
Connection Between Cluuea and Errors of Re- 



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fraction of tbo Eye. A'. 1'. 3ted. lice, ,hn\e 80, 
<'UuiciilNoto8ol Cases of NeurnlRla in <Uhiih;(i- 
tion with Troubles of the Arcuuimodations of 
theKyo. N. Y. Med. Rec, Ocl.Vi. \ 

Steven.'ii, 1., E. Case of Ruptiiro of tlip Utenis, j 
and Ksi-ii.po of Conteuts Into tlie Peritoneal 8ae. ' 
Phila. Med. and tiur. Hep., Mivj 5. 

HteveriH, Thad. M. The Psychology of Katli- 
rina. Cin. Lancet and Obs., May. 

SteveiQBon, R. Randolph. The Nature, Ciiuse, 
and Prohable Mode ut Propagation of Phthisis 
Puluionalis. Vn. Med. Monthly, Sept. 

St«T(inHoii, Sarah Haokett. The Late T)r. 
Freor. Chicago Med. Jour, and Ex., June. 

StevienBoiif W. O. Criminality. The Sanita- 
rian, Aug. and Sept. 

Stflvrart, James. Notes ou Two Cases of 
Leucoi^ythaemia. Canada Lancet, Jan. 

Stllost Henry R. Marginal Notes on Homeo- 
pathl(! Treatment of Insanity. Htmeo. Times, 
April, General Paralysis of the Insane. Honieo. 
Timet, June and Sent. The Alkaliod Ilyoscya- 
mlne In Mania. Homeo. Times, Oct. rioftenuig 
of till: Urain. Homeo. Times, Nov. 

Stillman, Charles F. The Cable Splint. K. 
Y. Med. llec., Oct. i20. 

Stilwell, Joseph A. Inaugural Address. Oin. 
Lancet and Obs., March. 

Stlimson, Liewis A. ABuccossful Case of Am- 
putation of the Thigh Treated Antiseptlcally. 
Southern Med. Iiec.,Jan. 

Stockwell, O. Archie. Erythroxylou Coca. 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., April 6. Hydro- 
jtliobiia; a Reply to Dr. Young. Boston Med. and 
Sur. Jour., July 26. 

Stocking, C. H. W. Poem Read at Commence- 
ment of Dutrolt Medltal College. Detroit Med. 
Jonr., April. 

Stoddard, E. V. Artilresij to the Graduating 
Class of the Buffalo Medicai Collese, 1877. Bii/rato 
Med. and Snr. Jour., Jan. Lafcraticm of I)uo- 
denuiu. lUiffaln Med. and Sur. Jour., July. 
Zymotic Disoi.ses ill New York; Typlioid Infec- 
tion of DriJiIcing Water. The Suniliirian, Oct. 
r'yo-Pneumotborax ; Treatment by AHpiratioii, 
and I'onnanent Drainafie Tube. Buffalo Med. 
and Sur. Jour., \ov. 

Stokes, N. Newlln. Tr!mHfusi()n.i Successfully 
Performed on a Child. Am. Jour. Obs., .\2>ril. 

Stonebraker, A. S. fialii-ylii- Acid in MalaritM 
Fever. t'hila.Med. and Sur. Hep., Dec. 1. 

Storke, Eugene F. .\n Anomalous Patliolo- 
jrical Specimen. Am. Ji'omco., J>er. 

Storrs, M. An Interesting Case of Hydropho- 
bia, and 11 Questioii of Diagnosis, y. Y. Med. 
liec, Jul^/ 7. 

Stout, H. R. Climatology of Florida. T. S. 
Med. Inrestiijutor (ID, Dec. in. 

Sto^t T. Dwight. Clinlciil Contriliutions. 
JIahncmannian .Monthly, Nov. 

Strawbrldge, Geo. Ophthalmic Coiitril)U- 
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Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, April. 

Strain, If . I*. Absence of Certain Intrvstinal 
Worms in Texas. Vhiln. Med. and Sur. Hep., 
April 14. 

Strain, H. S. Loconiotor Atiiw. Mcil. Ilricf. 
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Stronacli, J. Watson. Siil)-Nitrnte of His- 
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Stnart A. B. Santa Harbar.i, as a Health 
Ke.soii. 7i<" Sanitarian, Aug. 



Stuart, Henri Ij. Biographical Sketch of J, 
Mariou Sims, M.D. Va. Med. Monthly, Jan. 

Huesserott, J. I.,. Report of u Case o f Intra- 
mural Uterine Tumor, Resulting In Abscess, 
Which Effected a Cure. I'hila. Med. Times, 
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Times, Dec. R. 

.SulUvan, John L. Scarlatina versus Ulslnfoc- 
tion. Boston Med. and Sur. .four., Aug. '.i. ('ase 
of Double Vagina and Uterus, with Congenital 
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Summers, T. O. Dilatation of the Urethra. 
N. Y. Med. liee., Aug. 11. Urinary Pathology. 
Nash. Jour. Med. ana Sur., Sept. and Oct. 

Sunuall, George. Puerperal Convulsions. 
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Sundberg, John. Letter from London. Phila. 
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Sussdorff, G. E. A New Material for Dila- 
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Sutton, R. Stansbury. Casei) Treated by Bi- 
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Dec. 

Swan, Samnel. Lac Canimim In Diphtheria. 
Cin. Med. Advance (U.), June. The liugbear 
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Swayze, Geo. B. H. Tiie Danger of Expec- 
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Sliall the Spread of Syphilitic Poison be Pre- 
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Tadlock, A. B. Evolution and Nature of Hu- 
man Internal Parasites. Nash. Jour. Med. and 
Sur.,, fan. Jaborandi and its Uses. Phila. Med. 
and Sur. Hep., May 19. 

Tagen, C. H. Cold Abscess or Fracture of 
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Talbot, I. T. Ingrowing Nails. A'. E. Med. 
Gazette (H.),Jan. 

Talbot, T. B. Diseases of the Ear Simulating 
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Taliaferro, V. H. Now Intra-Uterlne Pessary. 
Atlanta Med. and Sur. .Tour., April. Tntra-Ute- 
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Svr. Jour., Sept. 

Talmage, Jolin F. I'ibro-Cystic Tumor of 
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Tanner, William. Erythroxylou Coca. Phila. 
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Taul>er, Bernard. The Local Treatment of 
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Tansley, .J. Oscroft. Unilateral Action of 
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Tauszky, Rudolph. Tilentity orNou-Idcntlty 
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May. Ou the Use of tlie Laryngoscope, etc. The 
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Taylor, Alfred B. Fluid Weights in Prescrip- 
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1. i 



P?Mr., May. Pro' "pd ClianKeH In the UnlU-d 
States Pliai'maeo Am. Jour. I'liar., Jun. 

Taylor, Blair !>. Tho So-called Milk Fever, 
and Antiseptic Midwifery. iV. >'. Med. Jicc., 
June 2. 

Taylor, C. Favette. A New Ost^oclaBt. , .V. F. 
Mcd.Jiec., April 21. 

Taylor, Hugrh M. Catariwt Kxtraction. Va. 
Med. lloHlldy,ApHl. 

Taylor, Isaac E. Non-8bortening of tbe Cer- 
vix-Utcri During Utero-Gestation. N. Y. Med. 
lice., Oct. 13. 

Taylor, John J. Hnlphiirlc Acid vs. Epistaxis 
and HMnking Feet. Vhicuyo Med. Jour, and Ex., 
May. 

Taylor, J. M. IlenMlitary Syphilis. Ohio 
Med. llecorder, Sept. 

Taylor, B. W. Clluicai SypbiloRrapby ; Leu- 
«!odenuiito\iH Spots following Sypbilitio Uoseola; 
Kcinfcctloual Syphilis. Arch. DermaUil., Jan. 
On the Various Forms of Pruritus Cutaneous. 
Arch. Clin. ISur., Any. Notes on a Rjire Appoar- 
unco Presented by the Initial Lesion of Syphilis. 
Arch. Dermatol., Oct. 

Taylor, AValter A. What is t'incho-Quiuine 1 
Atlanta Med. and Sur. Jour., Any. 

Taylor, W. E. Case of Intestinal HiBiii- 
oirliaito in a Child Cue Day Old; Fut.-il. Va. 
Med. Monthly, Dec. 

Taylor, Win. H. Advances in Pharnuiey. Va. 
Med. Monthly, Jan. 

Taylor, W. T. Two Cases of Puerperal Con- 
vulsions. Am. Jour. Obs., Jan. On ChanKiuK 
the ViTtex from Occiplto-Post'Crior to an Oecljii- 
I.o-Antciior Position. I'hila. Med. and Hnr. 
Hep., Sor. 17. 

Taylor, W. V. The Sulphate of Clnchonidia 
in the Treat nient of Malarial Fevers. Am. Med. 
lii- Weekly, Oct. 13. 

Taylor, W. AV. Notes froui Pri\at€ Practice. 
yunh. Jour. Med. and Sur..June. 

Teal, Norman. Spinal Bilida. Detroit Med. 
.four., Dec. 

Tebanlt, AllVed O. Rachiotoniy in Trans- 
verso Presentations. Yu. Med. Monthly, Ajjril. 

Te«d, I. L. Cen^bral HyperiBinia. Chieayo 
.Tour. -Vc/v. inut Ment. His., A/tril. On Mind. 
Chlcayo Jour. Xerr. and Ment. l>is., Oct. 

Temple, .J. IJ. Relations of the Medical I'nt- 
fe-ssion t»» Life Insurance. Louisville Med. \ews, 
Jun. 27 and June 2'S. 

Terry, J. A. Clinical Observations. North 
A M. Jour. Ilomeo., Feb. Agalacti;i-Urtica Urens. 
llomvo. Times, April. 

Thacker, J. A. Valedictory Address to the 
Graduating Class of the Cincinnati College of 
Medicine and Surgery. Ciu. 2fed. Xews, April. 

Tliayer, E. F. Report of a Civse of Krysipda- 
tons Cellulitis. Am. Vet. Iter.., Ian. Obstruc- 
tions of the Urethra. Am. Vet. Uee., Oct. 

Theobald, Samuel. Remarks on the Natnri-. 
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Med. Jour., Dec. IMrtber Testimony in Favor 
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Tlieliand, J. S. Cases in Surgery. Arch- Clin. 
Snr., Xop. 15. 

Thomas, Chas. H. EfTcctsorProlonged l-alior 
upon the Life of the Jhild. Am. Jour. 0</.s-.. 
.July. 

Thomas, Charles M. GlaMcoma. Hahneman- 



nian Monthly, March. I^aoeration of the Female 
Perineum, ilahnemannian Monthly, Not. 

Thomas, U. L. Two New Sutures. Am. Joxir, 
Med. Scientcs, Oct. 

Thomas, J. P. Ovarian Dropsy, with Refer- 
ence to the Advancement Made in its Pathology 
and Treatment During the Past Hundred Years. 
Am. Med. Jii- Weekly, Feb. 17. Cause of the Peri- 
odicity of Mode of Actionof the Agent Produc- 
ing Intermittent and Remittent Fevers. U. and 
L. Med. Jour., April. Iodized Chloral Phenol as 
an Kseharotic. Am. I'ract., May. Salicylic Acid 
as an Antlperiodic and General Febrifuge. 
I'hila. Med. atul Hur. Hep., June2. (Quinine as 
an Oxytocic. Am. Med. Jii- Weekly, A tig. i. 
Puerperal Eclampsia. It. and L. M d. Jour., 
Hept. 

Thomas, T. <iaillard. Description of a New 
Instnmieut, the Serrated Scoop, for Detachment 
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March, and Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. Clinical 
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Colh^ge of Physicians and Surgeons, New York. 
Boston Med. and Hur. Jour., Aoc. «. Clinical 
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Operation ; Complete Absence of ttteruH. ()v aries, 
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Lectures. X. Y. Med. Jtec, Dec. 22. Case of 
Cancer In the Female Urethra. Aw. Jour. Obs., 
Jan. Report on the Treatment of Solid Uterinti 
Fibroids by Electrolysis, by Drs. Giluian Kim- 
ball of Lowell, and Ephraim Cutter of Boston. 
.im. .four. Obs.. Jan. Resuscitation of a New- 
born (;iuld bv Faradization. Am. Jour. Obs., 
April. Fatal Ovariotomy Apparently Conse- 
(luent on the Sudden Escape of a Small Amount 
of Blood into the Periltiiu-al C^avity. Am. Jour. 
Obs., April. FibrouM Polypus Simulating Inver- 
sion. Am. Jour. Obs., April. Case of Placenta 
I'l'icvia Treat^'d by Bringing o)i Premature De- 
livery. Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. Pcdiculated Tumor 
of the Pudenda. Am. Jour. Obs., Oct. 

Thomberry, Will M. Diseases of the Pan- 
creas. Am. rraet.,Jaii. .SaliviU Adenitis. Am. 
I'ract., May. 

Thompson, J. E. Docs Mercury Possess a 
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Med. and .sur. Jour., May. 

Thompson, John H. Two Operations for 
FibriKJyslic, Tumors of the Manmnt, on the Same 
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Thompson, «T. Livingston, On Trephining 
in Epilepsy. Ohio Med. and Sur. Jour., June. 

Tliompson, John M. Chloral Hydrate In the 
Treaiment of Con\nilsiotis. Va. Med. Monthly, 
Aug. 

Thompson, Joseph W. Treatment of the 
Prostatic l.nlargenicnt by the Use of Nelatou's 
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Thompson, Mary H. Intramural Fil)roid 
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Thompson, P. H. Manairement of a Case of 
Pncriii'ial ICclampsia. I'hila. Med. and Sur. 
Iiep.,,lulyiH. 

Thomson, J. H. Sciatii-a. Phila. Med. and 
Sur. liep., \or. ;i. 

Thomson, Wm. H. On Constipatio.n. V. 1'. 
Mcil. /I'lr.. . !/(/;/ .'■. 0])iiiMi as ii Siliiiiiliiiit. .irch. 
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Thorn. AV. S. < rilical Kcmark-oii the State of 



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Medical Society. Paeiflc Med. and Siir. Jottr., 
May. 

Thomdyke, . IIORpital Cases. Boston 

Med. and Hur. Jour., June 28 and July I'J. 

Thorpe, J. C. A Case of Tranmatlc Tetanus 
Treated with Largo Doses of Tiuotuve of Aco- 
nite. Chicago Jour. Nerv. and Ment. lHa., April. 

Thresh, J. C. Solvents of Salicylic Acid. 
Am. Jour. l'har.,Jun. 

Throckmorton, T. M. Extensive Scalp Le- 
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Tlchborne, C. B. C. Salicylate of Atropia 
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TifRiny, L. Mcl>ane. A Sample Operation for 
Varicocele. Arch. Vlin. Hur., March. Hyplillis 
of the Lung. Am. Jour. Med. Sciences, July. 
Deformity of the IIlp in the Tliird Stage of Mor- 
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Jour., Sc)tt. On 'Jolotomy. Am. Jour. Med. Hci- 
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Tinker, H. H. Diphtlieria. Homeo. Times, 
.July. 

Took, O. AV. Cases in Practice. Detroit Med. 
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Todd, Geo. K. C. Cases in Practice. .4 m, 
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Todd, J. .S. Essay on Belladonna. Atlanta 
Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Todd, S. S. Ovariotomy. St. Louis Med. and 
Sur. Jour., Any. 

Todd, Win. C. Case of Strangulated Irredu- 
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Toland, H. H. Early Operation for Stone. 
Charleston Med. Jour, and h'ev., Jan. Case of 
.Stricture; Internal Urethrotomy; Cure. iVcst- 
f.rn Lancet, Jan. Excision of the Head of the 
First Metatarsal Bono lor the Cure of Bunion. 
yVestem Lancet, Jan. Case of Elephantiasis of 
the Scrotum, with Photograph. Western Lancet, 
Feb. Treatment of Enlarged Bursfe about tlic 
Knee-joint, with Cases. }Yeslern J.ancet, March. 
Epithelioma of Tongue; Excision of Fourtli 
Metatarsal Bono ; Disease of Os Calcis of Twen- 
ty-threo Years' Standing. Western Lancet, May. 
Peritoneal Hernia of the Linca Alba. Western 
Lancet, May. Recovery after Railroad Acci- 
dent. Western Lancet, July. Two Successful 
Cases of J^igation of the Femoral Artery for Sec- 
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t^stlc Tumor of tlio Breast; Excision of the 
Knee-Jolnt. Western Lancet, Sept. Surgical 
Clinic : Case of Penetrating Gunshot Wound of 
Abdomen, followed by Occlusion of Femoral Ar- 
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Toner, Joseph M. Some Points in the Prac- 
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Tooker, R. N. Etiology of Scarlet Fever. 
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Torrey, .Samuel W. Tntra-Uterine Ii\Jectlons 
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Townshend, Geo. 1>. Case of Amputation at 
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Tracy, Roger F. Myelitis of Anterior Horus. 
Af. Y. Med. Jiec., April 21. 

Trader, John W. Acute Otitis. .S7. Louis 
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Trenholme, E. A. A Case of Extirpation of 
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Trenholme, E. 11. Valedictory Address to 
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The Preparation of Conoen- 
Am. Jour. I'liur., Nov. Eb- 
Am. Jour. Phar., Nov. 

Variola Purpnra. Paeifie 
Jan. MortrJ'ty Report of 



Trimble, Henry. 

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Trembly, J. B. 

Med. and Sur. Jour. 



Oakland, for 187fi. 
J/rtrc/i. 



Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., 



Trush, J. Relation of the Placenta in Labor 
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Tncker, James I. An Elegant Disinfectant. 
Chicago Med. .Tour, and Ex., March. Colocynth 
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Tupper, A. M. Case of Diphtheria; Inva- 
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Tnmbull, Lawrencei Tenotomy of tlic Ten- 
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Ophthalmia Neonatorum. Phila. 2lea. and Sur. 
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Turner, H. C. A New Uterine Api)licatiou. 
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Turner, H. J. Chlorate of Potnah and Mer- 
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Turner, Wm. Mason. Notes on Cases. Phiki. 
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Med. Bi-Wcel:!y, March 3. Diphtheria. Phila. 
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Tnrney, Samuel 1>. On the Use (if the Ob- 
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June. Solid Food in Typhoid Fever. Ohio Med. 
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Turnipseed, Edward B. Some Facts In Re- 
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Wliy Should We Support the Pereiilum During 
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Tuttle, H. P. Tracheotomy in Diphtheritic 
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Tyler, H.T. Forced Ventilation. Pacific Med. 
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Tyndale, Theodore H, The Law of Coroners. 
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Tyree,W. A. Convulsions from Preputial Irri- 
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Sallcin in Rheumatism. Phila. Med. and Sur. 
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Tyrrell, G. G. Fibroid Tumor of the Uterus. 
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Tyson, James. The Course of the Medical 
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<Jnd<«rhlll, J. W. An Inquiry Into the Cau8(v< 
of Ht^pticicniia. Cin. Med. Sews, April. 

Underhill, J. H. Maffpot^ in tho Ear. Chi. 
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Van Bibber, John. Treatment of Paralvzcd 
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Van Boren, Henry. A Cane of Entero-Perito- 
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Vance, Beaben A. The Encephalic Circula- 
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Detroit Med. Jour., Aug. Inaugural Address. 
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Feb. Litliotrity. Cin. Lancet and Obs., March. 
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VillousTumors of the Rectum. Cin. Land and 
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Cin. Lancet ana Obs., July. Proctitis, or Inflam- 
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Aug. Certain Points in the Symptomatology and 
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Vandenhoff, Geo. Stammering and Stutter- 
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Vanderbeck, C. C. Hospital Reports, Phila- 
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Hospital Reports. Phila. Med. Titnes, March 3. 
Review of Current Neurological Matters. South- 
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Vanderpoel, S. Oakley. New York Quaran- 
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Van Harlinj^en, A. Recent Progress in the 
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Van Norman, A. Ventilation. Hahneman- 
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Vansant, John. Magnetism as a Destructive 
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Van Tagen, 0. H. Synchronous Anchylosis of 
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Van Valkenburgh, Jacob. Apocynuni Can- 
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Van Valzah, W. W. Tobacco Poisoning. 
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Varona, A. The Scientific Basis of Human 
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Verdi, TiiUlH S. Boards of Health. theirScop* 
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Jim. 



Cerebro-Spl nal Meningitis. 



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Am. Vel. Rev.,, rune. 

Vlckrey, A. M. Tratmiatie Aneurism of the 
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Von Donhofr, Edward. Case of Ostitis Fun- 
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Voorhles, Alfred. Acute Otitis Media; Mofl- 
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Vosburg, H. I>. Patent Uracluw with Cal- 
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Waddel, Thomas. Tlio Cause ,ind Prevention 
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Toledo Med. >t)id Sur. Jour., Oct. General Coii- 
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Toledo Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec, 

Wade, l>eWltt 0. Ilyilrdbromic Acid In Pre- 
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Wadsworth, O. F. A Mo'lilicntion of the 
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Wagner, Clinton. Case of Sub-Llngiial Folli- 
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Wagner, W. Massage, and its Value to the 
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Walt. IMio^bo J. B. Clinical Case. Homeo. 
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Wales, rhillp S. New Rectal Dilator and 
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Walker, Placenta, with History of Con- 
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Walker, Henry F. Small Copiicr <'i!nl Hwal- 
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Walker, M. M. INMHlHtontPriaplMin. Vn.Med. 
Monthtu, I'vh. LaryngoMcopy. Ohio Med. uinl 
Sur. Jirit. (II.). March. On Huiirlct Fc^vcr and 
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Wall, CharleH A. Hurgical KciKH'tH : 1. InclH- 
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Wallace, J. T. Case of Snpnosed Bpiual M«)n- 
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Wallace, W. W. Case t»f Acxito RlieumatiKiu 
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WalHh, J. F. Tbo Anatomy of tlie Bronchial 
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Walter, A. G. Burglcal Cases. Phila. Med. 
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Walton, Geo. K. Caseous Degeneration. The 
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Walz, Wm. Cancer. Cin. Med. Advitue (H.J, 
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Ward. G. Whitfield. Pin in Posterior Nares. 
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Ward , Samuel B. Cose of Brigbt's Disease of 
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Warder, R. B. Relations of Scientiflo and 
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Wardner, H. Extract from an Address 
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Wardwell, Wm. .J. Notes on tbo Surgical 
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Warner, Oswald. Report of a Case of Hydro- 
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Warren, . Hospital Cases. ISoslon Mtd. 

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Warren, J. Collins. Note on the Anatomy 
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Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., June 21. 

Warren, John S. Dyspareunia. Atn. Jour. 
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Washburn, Thomas I>. Materia Mcdica and 
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Washington, B. H. Wet Blanket Pack in 
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Washington, James E. A Social Evil Act 
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Washlngrton, L,. H. Hemorrhoids. Eclectic 
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Watson, B. A. Woorara in Rabies. Am. 



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Watts, .lohn W. On HoliUion of Citrate of 
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Watts, Ilobt, Case of Double Vagina with 
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Weaber, Wm. II. Kemarltable (.'asc of An- 
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Weaver, J. M. Two ("ases of Foreign Body in 
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Webb, Chas. C. ('asi! of Chronic Diarrhdva, 
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Webb, Wm. II. Report of a Case of £mlK>li- 
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Webber, W. O. Nervous Symptoms Second 
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Weber, Llel — . The Treatment of the Acute 
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Webster, David. Case of Poisoning by Con- 
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Webster, W. Hay Fever, or Hay Asthma. 
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Weddln^rton, S. C. Functions of the Spleen- 
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Weir, Bobt. F. Dislocation Forward of the 
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Weiss, Liouis. A Drug Store in the Far West. 
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Welch, Wm. M. Vaccination During the 
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Wellcome, Henry S. Eriodyction Califoml- 
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Wellford, J. Spottswood. Some Sources of 
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Wells, E. F. On the Treatment of the Cold 
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Wells, G. W. School Hygiene. The Sanitari- 
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Wells, T. Spencer. The Past, Present, anij 
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Wells, W. V. Successful Treatment of Opiiun 
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Wenzell, W. T. Questions in Cbemlstry. Pacif- 
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Weruich, A. Oynascology in Japan. Chica- 
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Wesley, W. Solution of Citrate of Magneei- 
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Weitt H, LiMHlie. lutUHHiiMctxptioii with IVr- 
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WoHtmorelfuid, J. O. Cvrrbro-Spiiiul MfMilii- 
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WcHtmoreland, R. W. I'linn of Uruthrttis 
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Wetherell, Jr., H. M. Uemi'tH of Analysis of 
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Wey, Wm. C. Tbo Arrest of Zymotic Di.s- 
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Wurtx, Frederic. Memoir on tbo i'repara- 
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Wharton, H. K. Ilospital Reports. I'hila. 
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Wharton, J. C. Tbe Keeping and Disiieuslng 
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Wlieaton, .T. M. A Case of Accidental Con- 
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Wharton, K. G. How to Cure a Bad Cold. 
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Wlieeler, Leonard. Salicylic Acid in Iritis. 
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White, C. B. ScarlatiUH. Eclectic Med. Jmir., 
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White, James C. Recent Progress in Der- 
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White, John M. Acute Gastritis. Phila. 
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Phila. Med. and Sur. Hep., Sept. 29. Tincture 
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tho Lower Part of tho Pelvic Cavity. PJiila. Med. 
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Wliite, J. William. On the Diagnosis of 
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White, Octavlus A. Report of Yellow Fever 
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White, Jr., Robt. Personal Observations of 
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White, Wm. Iron and Alum Mass. li. and 
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WlUtbeck, C. K. Dislocallon of the Shoulder- 
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Whitley, J. I>. Case of Belladonna Poison- 
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Whitney, K. J. Diagnosis and Treatment of 
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Wle^rand, Thos. 8. Basham'a Mixture and 
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Wight, JarvU S. Shortening of the Lower 
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Wilder, Hans M. Non-Actinic Glassware. 
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Wiley, E. Glyeerite of Kephalino. Louisville 
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AVilke, Wm. M. On Diphtheria and Scarla- 
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WUkerson, T. H. Cas(^ of Hvpospadias Cured 
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June. Ulcerations of tlie Rectum, Simulating 
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Ya. Med. Monthly Any. 

Wilkes, A. B. Catarrhal Ophthalmia. Phila. 
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Wllklns, D. Cause, Effect, and Cure of Ine- 
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WiUard, De F. Pancreatic Induration Re- 
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31. MouiliraQOun KnturltlH; luteMMniil Cattttt. 
FhUa. Med. Timu, Sept. IS. 

WlUiii-di L. n. N(^uroctol<)Uiv of tlio Supru- 
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WiUlMmM, U. Ill-own. luxuulty and tU Pre- 
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WllUuiiiH, Udwiird T. Koply to Dr, Curtis. 
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WIUluiuH, .loff. I). Typlio-aialurlul Fovor. 
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WllliuuiH, J. 1.. A MoiitroHlty. Phila. Med. 
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WiUittiuH, T. D. Sulpho-Carbolnte of Soda 
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WiUiamHoii, C. W. ProtaROU. Cin. Med. 
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'WillooKhby, W. A. IntUBAUseoptlou of the 
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Wilaon, F. K. Triiclieotoniy in Diphtheria. 
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WilAon, H. I<. Maniu a Potu. Atlanta Med. 
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WilHon, J. C. MyalRiiv. I'hila. Med. and 
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Med. Times, April 14. Curcinonui of Stomach 
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Pylorus, v'ith Corresponding i.i.ndtrlction of 
Transverse Colon, ot<5. Phila. Mid. Times,, Tune 
9. Heart Hhowiuji: AnonialouH Ariiin;;euioiit of 
the L«'atlot« of tho Ptilnioiiiiry Valve. I'hila. 
Merl. Times, July 1. Intrtt-Ciii>(*ular Fiucturo of 
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WiLHon, John 8tainback. Tho Modern Turl(- 
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Tho Tliernp<iutio Action and U.'»eH of the Turliish 
P.ath, withuBketihof the IliMlory, Nature, Ad- 
Vii iitiiges, and ProeOhHOH of the Modern Improved 
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Wilson, M. A. Mitral Stenosis; Cerebral 
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WlnansiJ.K. Cina in Scarlatina. IT. S.Med, 
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Wing, Clifton E. Tho Specialty of Diseases 
of Women. Pacific Med. and Sur. Jour., Oct. 

Wlngate, UranuH O. B. Tho Bo-called Milk 
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Winn, T. A. Eclampsia Gravidanuui ot Par- 
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Winstow, W. H. Chorea. Ilahntmannian 
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Mastoid Disease, ilahnemunnian Monthly, Dec. 

Winsor, F. Repoi't of tlio Middlesex East 
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Wise, S. P. Malpractice Suit. Ohio Med. 
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Wish, C. F. Carbolic Acid as an Antiseptic. 
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Witter. O. F. Conservative Surgery. Phila. 
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Wlttkauip, Theo. M. Fluid Extract of Ergot 
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WoIU', L. On tho Use of Petroleum IJenzlu in 
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Wolff, M. A. Our Diotctlo Kules. Cali/orniu 
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Wood, Casey A. Valedlctorv on Behalf of tho 
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May. Starvation in tho Treatment of Acuto Ar- 
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Wood, C. H. Manufacturing " Cinchona Feb- 
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Wood, Charles 8. Case of Dystocia Caused 
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Wood, E. 8. Recent Progress in Medical 
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Wood, V. B. CaM'> of Amputation ot Exten- 
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Wood, George. Treatment of Hivmorrhoids; 
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Wood, Horatio C. Partial Aphasia without 
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Med. Sciences, .Tan. On tho Action of Drugs up- 
on the Motor System of Animals. Phil't. Med. 
Times, .Tan. 20. Prellmlnnry Note on n New 
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Times, A ug. 4. Clinical I^octure on Traumatism 
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On tho Rational Treatment of Dvsentery. Phila. 
Med. Times, Oct. 27. Chorea; its Etiology and 
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Wood, Jr., H. C. Sexual Exhaustion, Mas- 
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Wood,.T»cob A. Elastic Spring Head Rest 
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Wood, J. B. Typhoid Fever ; Can it bo 
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Wood, M. W. Pioposed Plan for a Medical 
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Wood, Thoinns F. Antesthesia, by Rapid 
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Woodbury, Franli. Hospital Report ; Clinic 
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Woodbury, H. E. Case of Fistula in Ano, 
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Woodbury, J. H. Notes from Practice. N. E. 
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Woodhull, Alfred A. On the Causes of the 
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W^oodruff, A. M. Membranous Croup. V. S. 
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Woods, Ii. Cases of Typhoid Fever Depend- 
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Woods, T. J. Case of Deformity of Feet. To- 
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Woodvlnn, D. G. The LarynRUBt'opo iih an 
.V(\Jimctivo ill the Treatment of Tliniat Affec- 
tions. .V. i:. lied. Gazette (It.), .March. 

Woodward, A. n. More About Kueiil.yptns. 
Eclectic MeiL and Siitr. Jour., Dec. Hwv Present 
Nosology. X. Y. Med. £clectie, Zlay. 

Woodward, A. W. Ilucalyntus iw a Disin- 
fectant, Antiseptie and Epidemic Keniedy. 
Southern Med. Rec.,Jun. Remedy tor tbo Present 
Epidomif!. V. S.Med. Invcsliaulor fll.), Feb. 15. 
Tlio Oli.leetlvo Symptoms of Aeoniie, Kali Nitri- 
eujn and MercuriuH, andtbcirUse.sin luilamiua- 
t >ry Fevers. U. S. Med. Investiauttir (II.), May 1. 
Tho Oeuiis Epidemlcus. U. S. Med. Investigator 
til.), Xov. 15. 

Woodward, J. J, Brief Uejolnder to Some 
Kceent Articles by Dr. Roberts BartLolow. Cin. 
Med. Xeicn. Xov. 

Woodworth, John M. Tho Safety of Ships, 
and Those who Travel in them. The. Sani- 
tarian, Feb. 

Woodyatt, W. H. Diphtheritic Ophthalmla- 
U, .V. 2lcd. Investigator (U.), Jan. 1. Myopia. 
fT. S. Med. Investigator (H.), April 15. Blephari- 
tis Gi-aphltes ; Merciirius Sol ; Petroleum. .i)M. 
Ilomeo., Aug. Accommodation and Refraction 
iu Relation to Catarrhal Coi^unctlvitis, Ble- 
pharitis, and Headache. U. S. Med. Invcstiga- 
lor ill.), Aug. 15. Eyes and Ears. U. S. Med. 
Investigator (II.),Nov. 1. Areentum and Lilliim. 
U. 8. I^Lii. Tnvestigator (H.),Dce. 1. 

'Woolen, li. J. Typho-Malarial Fever. Am. 
Pracl., Dec. 

Worcester, ^amael. Corpora Striata. A^. K. 
Med. aasette(H.),¥eb. 

Word, Robt. C. Medical Progress and Medi- 
cal Journals. Souther, i Med. Itec., Jan. 

Workman, Joseph. Case of Aldon. Cana- 
dian Jour. Med. Science, May. 

Wormley, Th. G. Preparation and Toxic Ef- 
fects of Gelsemia. A wi. Jour. I'har., April. Fal- 
lacies of Reiusch's Test for Arsenic. Am. Jour. 
Med. Sciences, Oct. 

Worrell, J. P. Disetutes of the Coi^Juuctiva, 
and Anomalies of Refraction. Am. Vruct., Jan. 

Worster, Joseph. Case of Vesico-Abdominul 
Fistula of Fouitcen Days' Standing. ,V. I'. Med. 
liec., March 31. 

Worthlneton, C. N. Dowell's Operation for 
tho Radical Cure of Hernia ; Three Successful 
Cases. Pacijic Med. and Sur. Jour., Dec. 

Wright, A. U. Climatology. Ilomeo. Times, 
March. 

Wright, C. O. Stomatitis Mattntia. Am. 
.Jour. Ob.-i., .1 uly. 

AVrlght, Geo, Case of Adenoid Cancer of the 
lli'ctnm. < uiuidiunJour. Med. Science, Xov. 

Wvlght, N. Fracture of the Skull and Com- 
pound Dislocation of the Ankle. .l»i. Pract., 
Dec. 

Wright, .S. V. Sublu.vatiou of the Knce-Joint. 
Am. J'racl., April. 

Wright, T. li. Transcendental Medicine. An 



Enqn'ry Concerning the Mimner of Morbific 
an(l Remedial Agents Independently if Empiri- 
cism. ri)i. Lancet and Obs., \ov. and Dec. 

Wurrbiirg, Arthur. On the Developm int of 
tho Eye in Maunuals. Arrh. Ophlluil. and Olol., 
Vol. VI., Page '2M. 

Wyeth, trohn A. The Elastic Baudago Used 
to Produce Anii'sthesia in Minor Amputations. 
X. Y. Med. lice, Aug. 18. reruliar Case of llyst**- 
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Anatomy of the Obtiuator Ai-tory. A'. Y. Med. 
Ut'C, Oct. 0. 

Wyman, Hal C. Caries of the Spine. Tole- 
do Med. avd Sur, Jour., Pch 

Yale, Leroy Mlton. Nolo on tho Solubility of 
Certain Kinds of Quinine Pills. Xcw Hem., 
March. Phimosis. .V. Y. Med. Jour., Aug. 

Yandell, David W. P lastic Dressi ng i n Frao- 
turcs of tho Eowcr Extremities, ('in. Med. 
Xetcs, Frb. An Extract from a (Minlcal I.«cture. 
on the Immovable or Plastie DresKiugin Frae- 
turesof the Lower Extremities. Louisville Med. 
Xews, May I'J. On the Mercurial Vapor Batb. 
Am. Pract., Sept. 

Yandell, (Jr., Liunsford P. Delirium Tremens. 
Am. Pract.,, Ian. ThoSliin. Southern Med. Rec., 
May. Remarks on Syphilis, Scarlatina, Measles, 
Variola, and Varicella. Am. Pract.,, June. Re- 
port on Materia Mcdica. Louisville Med. Xews, 
June 30. Ferrum Dialysatum. Loui.sville Med. 
Xews, Aug. 11. Four Cases of Severe Burn. 
Louisville Med. Xews, Attg. 18. Case of Syphilitic 
Aphasia. Louisville Med. Xews, Dec. ^. Clinical 
Lecture on Aphasia. Louisville Med. Xeuit, 
Dec. 15. Dermatology. Cin. Med. Xews, Dee. 

Yenian«, C. C, Wounds of tho Heart. Detroit 
Med. Jour., July. 

Yomans, Caroline J. Cas4^ of Areolar HyptM^ 
plasia. Ilomeo. Times, Jan. 

Yost, P. D. Naivus Maternus, or Mother 
Mark. Am. Med. Jour. (E.), Xov. 

Young, Aaron. Remarks on Hydrophobia. 
Boston Med. and Sur. Jour., June 14. 

Yoniig, J. C. Medico-Legal Facts and Testi- 
mony iu the Trial of Henry C. Hendryx, for the 
Murder of his Wife. Buffalo Med. and Sur. Jour., 
Sept. 

Yonukin, E. Diseases of the Joints. Am. 
Med. Jour. ( E.), Xov. 

Zacharias, Isidore. The Manufacture of the 
Oil of Turpentine, Rosin and Turi>cntine. vim. 
Jour. PI ctr., Xov. 

Zbnmermau, B. Wound of the Femoral 
Artery by a Pistol Bullet ; Ligation ; Death 
Thirty-one Hours after. Canadian Jour. Med. 
Srieiici', Sept. Very Large Cystine Vesical Cal- 
culus ; Lithotrity ; Cured. Canadian Jour. Med. 
Science, Oct. 

Zinke, E. G. Double Qlio-Sarcouia. The 
Clinic, Jan. 11. Benign Tumors of the Breast. 
The Clinic, Sept. 22. Local Eflects of Quinia in 
the Treatment of Diphtheria. The Clinic, Dee. 
28. 

Zuercher, Alfred. Puncture of the Bladder. 
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During the Preliminary Term, clinical and didactic lectures will he given in precisely the same 
number and order as in the Regular Session. 

THE REGULAR SESSION Yirill begin on Wednesday, October 2, ir 8, and end about the Ist of 
March, 1879. 

FACULTY. 

ISAAC E. Taylor, M.D., Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, and Presi- 
dent of tho Faoultar. 
JAMES R. WOOD, M.D.. LL.D., Emeritus Professor of Surgery. 
FORDYCE BARKER, M.D., Professor of Cliulcal Midwifery and Diseases of Women. 



AUSTIN FLINT, M.D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine, and Clinical Medicine. 

W. H. VAN BUREN, M.D., Professor of Principles and Practice of Surgery, Diseases of Genito- 
urinary System and Clinical Siirgeiy. 

LEWIS A. SAYRE, M.D., Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Clinical Surgery. 

ALEXANDER B. MOTT, M.D., Professor of Clinical and Operative 8ur«ery. 

WILLIAM T. LUSK, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, and 
Clinical Midwifery. 

WILLIAM M. POLE:, M.D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, and Clinical Medicine. 

AUSTIN FLINT, Jr., M.D., Professor of Physiology and Physiological Anatomy, and Secretary of 
the Faculty. 

JOSEPH D. BRYANT, M.D., Professor of General, Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy. 

R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology. 

EDWARD G. JANEWAY, M.D., Professor of Pathological Anatomy and Histology, Diseases of 
the Nervous System, and Clinical Medicine. 

PROFESSORS OF SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS, Etc. 

HENRY D. N0YE8, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 

JOHN P. GRAY, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Psychological Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence. 

ERSKINE MASON, M.D., Clinical Professor of Surgery. 

EDWARD L. KEYES, M.D., Professor of Dermatology, and Adijunot to the Chair of Principles of 

Surgery. 
J. LEWIS SMITH, M.D., Clinical Professor of Diseases of Children. 
LEROY MILTON YALE, M.D., Lecturer Adjunct upon Orthopedic Surgery. 

A distinctive feature of the method of instruction in this College is the union of clinical and 
didactic teaching. All the lectures are given within the Hospital grounds. During the Regular 
Winter Session, in addition to four didactic lectures on every week day, except Saturday, two or 
three hours are dally allotted to clinical instruction. 

The Spring Session consists chiefly of Recitations from Text-Books. This term continues from 
the first of March until tho first of June. During this Session daily recitations in all the Depart- 
ments aro held by a corps of examiners appointed by the Faculty. Regular clinics are also ^ven 
in the Hospital and in the College Building. 

PEES FOE THE EEGULAE SESSION. 

Fees for tickets to all tho lectures during the Preliminary and liegular Term, 

including clinical lectures tUO 00 

Matriculation fee 6 00 

Demonstrator's ticket (including material for dissection) 10 00 

Graduation fee 30 00 

FEES FOB THE SFBINO SESSION. 

Matriculation (ticket good for the following Winter) tS 00 

Recitations, Clinics, and Lectures 35 00 

Dissection (ticket good for the following Winter) 10 00 

Students who have attended two full Winter courses of lectures, may be examined at the end 
of their second course upon Materia Medica, Pliysiology, Anatomy and Chemistry, and, if success- 
ful, they will bo examined at the end of their third course upon Practice of Medicine, Surgery, and 
Ob stetri cs only. 

^^ For the Annual Circular and Catalogue, giving Regulations for graduation and other In- 
formation, address 

PROF. AUSTIN FLINT, Jr., 

Secretary, Bellerme Hospital Medical College. 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS 



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(Medical Department of Columbia College.) 

Cor. of Fourth Avenue and 23(i St., J^eiv York City. 



SEVENTY-SECOND SESSION, 1878-79. 



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FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 



ALONZO CLARK, M. D., Presitleut, und Profes- 
sor of Putholo<ry aud Practical Medicine. 

WILLAKD PARKER, M. D., Professor of Clin- 
ical Surgery. 

JOHN C. DALTON, M. D., Professor of I'hys- 



iulogy and Hygieui' 
[OMAS M. MA^ — 
Surgery, 



THOMAS M. MARKOE, M. D., Professor of 



T. GAILLARD THOMAS, M. D., Profe8.sor of 
Obstetrics aud tbo Diseases of Women and 
Children. 

JOHN T. METCALFE, M. D., Emeritus Profes- 
sor of Clinical Medicine. 

HENRY B. SANDS, M. D., Professor of Ana- 
tomy. 

JAMES W. McLANE, M. D., Ac^uuct Professor 
of Obstetrics and the Diseases of Women 
and Cliildren. 

THOMAS T. SABINE, M. D., Adjunct Professor 
of Anatomy. 

CHARLES F. CHANDLER. Pli. D., Professor of 
Clieuiiatry niul Medical .Tnrlsprudeueo. 

EDWARD CURTIS, M. D., Professor of Materia 
Mediea und Tlierapeutics. 



FRANCIS DELAFIELD, M. D., Adjunct Profes- 
sor of Pathology and Practical Medicine. 

JOHN G. CURTIS, M. D., Atyunct Professor of 
Physiology and Hygiene; Secretary of the 
Faculty. 

WM. DETMOLD, M. D., Emeritus Professor of 
Military and Clinical Surgery. 

WILLIAM H. DRAPER, M. D., Clinical Profes- 
sor of Diseases of the Skin. 

CORNELIUS R. AGNEW, M. D., Clinical Profes- 
sor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

ABRAHAM JACOBI, M. D., CllAlcal Professor 
of Diseases of Children. 

FESSENDEN N. OTIS, M. D., Clinical Professor 
of Venereal Diseases. 

EDWARD C. SEGUm, M. D., Clinical Professor 
of Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System . 

GEO. M. LEPFERTS, M. D., Clinical Professor 
of Laryngoscopy and Diseases of the Throat. 

CHAS. McBURNEY, M. D., Demonstrator of 
Anatomy. 

CHAS. KELSEY, M. D., Ass't Demonstrator of 
Anatomy. 



FACULTY OF THE SPRING SESSION. 



JAMES L, LITTLE. M. D., Lecturer on Opura- 
tive Surgery and Surgical Dressings. 

(JEORGE Q. WHEELOCK, M. D., Lecturer on 
Physical DiagiioHis. 

ROBERT F. WEIR, M. D., Lecturer on Diseases 
of the Genlto-Urinary Orgaus. 



MATTHEW D. MANN, M. D., lecturer ou Cliu- 
Ical Microscopy. 

H. KNAPP, M. D., Lecturer on Diseases of (he 
Eye and Ear. 

T. A. McBRIDE, M. D., Lecturer on Symptom- 
atology. 



The COLLEOIATE YEAR embraces a special Spriny aud a regular Winter Session, attendance 
at the latter only being required for the graduating course. Tlio Spring Session begins near the 
middle of March, and continues till June 1st. Tlie Regular Winter Session for 1878-79 begins Oc- 
tober Ist, aud continues till March. 

TUITION is by the following methods :— 

I. Didactic Lectures.— During the Winter Session, from five to six lectures are given dally by 
tlie Faculty. Attendance obligatory. During the Spring Session, two lectures are given daily by 
the Faculty of the Spring Session. Attendance optional. 

II. Clinical Teaching.— Ten clinics, covering all departments of medicine and smgery, are 
held weekly throughout the entire year in the College Building. In addition, the Faculty give dally 
clinics at the larger City Hospitals and Di.'^pensaries (such as the Bellevue, Charity, New York, 
aud Roosevelt Hospitals, the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, &o.), as a regular leature of the 
college cuiTicuhim. Attendance optional. ,. , 

III. Recitations are held daily throughout both sessions. Attendance optional. 

IV. PKUi<ONAL INSTRDCTION.— Cases of Obslcstrics are furnished without charge. Personal in- 
struction is given in Practical Anatomy, Operative Surgeru, Minor Surgery, Physical Diagnosis, 
Ophtluilmology, Otology, and Laryngoscopy. Attendance optional, except upon Praotioal Anatomy. 

EXPENSES.— The necessary expenses are a yearly matriculation-fee (|5, good . r a collegiate 
year), the fees for the lectures of tlio Winter Session (120 for the course on each branch, or $140 for 
the entire curriculum), the Practical Anatomy fee ($10, and a small charge for material), and a 
Gi'iwluation Fee of $30. The graduating course requires three years' study, attendance upon two 
full winter courses of lectures, and upon one course of Practical Anatomy. Remissions and re- 
ductions of lecture-fees are made to graduates and students who have already attended two full 
courses. All fees arc payable in advance. Board can be had for from (6 to |9 a week, aud the 
Clerk of the College will aid students in obtaining it. 

For the Annual Catalogue and Announcement, or for further information, address John G. 
CcRTis, M. D., Secretary of the Faculty, College of Physicians and Surgeons, comer of Twenty- 
Third Street and Fourth Avenue, New York. 



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UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, 

BURLINGTON, VT. 



T-^^^BlSrT^Sr-SIS^TH SESSIOJSr, 187*9. 



FACULTY OF MEDICINE. 



MATTHEW HENKY BUCKHAM, A.M., D.D., 
Burlington, Vt., President. 

SAMUEL WHITE THAYER, M.D., LL.D., B- r- 
lingtoii, Vt., Emeritus Professor of General 
ancl Speci.al Anatomy ; Consulting Burgeon to 
Mary Fletcher Hospital. 

WALTER CARPENTER, M.D., Burlington, Vt., 
Professor of the Theory ancl Practice of Medi- 
cine; Physlcian-ln-Cmef to Mary Fletcher 
Hospital. 

JOHN ORDRONAUX, M.D., LL.D., New York 
City, Emeritus Professor of Medical Jurispru- 
dence. 

WILLIAM DARLING, A.M., M.D., P.R.C.8., 
New York City, Professor of General and Spe- 
cial Anatomy. 



A. F. A. KING, M.D., Washington, D. C, Pro- 
fessor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women ; 
Consulting Physician to Mary Fletcher Hospi- 
tal. 

HENRY D. HOLTON, M.D., Bruttloboro, Vt., 
Professor of Materia Medica and General Pa- 
thology ; Consulting Surgeon to Mary Fletcher 
Hospital. 

JAMES L. LITTLE. M.D., New York City, Pro- 
fessor of the Principles and Practice of Sur- 
gery ; 8urgeon-in-Chief to Mary Fletcher Hos- 
pital. 

A. P. GRINNELL, M.D., Burlington, Vt., Pro- 
fessor of Physiology and Microscopic Anato- 
my; Attending Physician to Mary Fletcher 
Hospital. 

RUDOLPH A. WITTHAUS, M.D.. New York 
City, Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology, 



PROFESSORS OP SPECIAL SUBJECTS. 



WILLIAM H. HAMMOND, M.D., New York 
City, Professor of Diseases of the Mind and 
Nervous System. 

ROBERT W. TAYLOR. M.D., New Y(uk City, 
Professor of Diseases of the Skin. 

A. T. WOODWARD, M.D.. Brandon, Vt., Pro- 
fessor of the Surgical Diseases ol' Women; 
Consulting Physician to Mary Fletcher Hospi- 
tal. 



D. B. St, JOHN ROOGA, M,D., New York City, 
Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear. 

STEPHEN M. ROBERTS, M.D., New York City, 
Professor of Diseases of Children. 

GEORGE M. GARLAND, M.D., Boston, Mass,, 
Professor of Thoracic Diseases. 

LEROY M. BINGHAM, M.D., Burlington, Vt., 
Demonstrator of Anatomy; Attending Physi- 
cian to Mary Fletcher Hospital. 



HOSPITAL ADVANTAGE.— The Mary Fletcher Hospital, with its commodious amphitheatre, 
will be open for clinical iustructiou during tht) session. The Medical and Surgical clinics of the 
College "Will be held in the amphitiicatre attached to the Hospital. In addition to these regular 
clinics of the College, instruction will be given at the bedside by the Professors of the Medical De- 
partment of the University. 

LECTURES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS.— These lectures by gentlemen well known as recog- 
nized authorities in their particular departments, will be delivered during the regular session. 

CLINIQUES.— Besides these Lectures, there will be Cliniques held as follows : 



SuKGiCAL Cliniquk, by Prof. Little, every Sat- 
urday, from <j to 12, during the last half of the 
Session, 

Medical Clinique, by Prof. Carpenter, on 
Wednesday morning, during first naif of the 
term. 

Clinique for Diseases of Nervous System, 
by Prof. Hammond, during his course, 



Clinique for Diseases of Eye and Ear, by 

Prof. Roosa, during his course of Lectures. 
Clinique for Diseases of Skin, by Prof. Tay- 
lor, during his course, 
CLiNiQnE for Diseases of Children, by Prof. 

Roberts. 
Clinique for Thoracic Diseases, by Prof, 
George M. Garland, M.D. 
THE PRELIMINARY TERM, consisting of a course of Lectures and Recitations in the vari- 
ous branches of Medicine and Surgery, will begin on the first Thursday of November, 1878, and 
continue until March 1st. 187'J. Fee. S;«). 

THE RriGULAR WINTER SESSION Avill commence on the first Thursday of March. 1879, and 
continue sixteen weeks. This course will consist of from five to six Lectures daily, in the various 
Departments of Medicine and Surgery. 

PEES FOE THE EEGULAE SESSION. 

Matriculation Fee, Payable each Term $5 oo 

Fees for the full Course of Lectures by the Prof essors 70 00 

Graduation Fee 25 00 

Material for dissection will be furnished at cost. 

The tickets are to bo taken out at the beginning of the Session. 

Students who have already attended two full courses of lectures in 
admitted on paying the Matriculation too and $25. 

Students who have attended two full courses iu this College, or who, naving attended one full 
course in some regularly established medical school, and one full course In tnis College, are ad- 
mitted to a third course of lectures on paying the Matriculation fee only. 

Graduates of this school are admitted without fee. Gkauuates of other regular schools, and 
Theological Students, are admitted on general ticket, by paying the Matriculation fee. 

Good Boaid can be obtained at reasonable rates. 

For further particulars and circular, apply to the Secretary 

Prof. A. P. GEINNELL, M.D., Burlington, Vt. 



her regular schools, are 



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Woman's Medical College 

North College Avenue and Twenty-First Street, Philadelphia. 

TWENTY-NINTH ANNUAL WINTER SESSION. 

October 3, l«?s, to March 13, 1§79> 



FACULTir AND AUXILIARY INSTEUCTORS. 



EMELINE H. CLEVELAND, M. D., 1800 Mount 

Vernon St., Professor of Obstetrics and Dis- 
eases of Woinpn. 
MAKY J. SCAKLETT-DIXON, M. D., 1603 

rcird Avenue, Professor of Anatomy. 
RACHEL L. BODLEY, A. M., Dean, 1400 North 

Twenty-first St., Professor of Chemistry and 

Toxicolo<ry. 
BENJAMIN B. WILSON, M. D., 842 Franklin 

St., Professor of the Principles and Practice 

of Surgery. 
CLARA MARSHALL, M. D.. 1524 Brown St., 

Pio'esBor of Materia Medica and General 

Therapeutics. 
J. GIBBONS HUNT, M. D., 1802 Wallace St., 

Professor of Mioioscopyand Histology. 
EDWARD T. BRUEN. M. D., 1531 Chestnut St., 

Lecturer on Pathology. 

rrxxs: s^azs A.Tb:B: 
Matriculation Ticket, paid but once .... $ 6 oo | 
Profesaors' Tickets, eath 11.5 105 00 



FRANCES EMILY WHITE. M. D., 723 N. Six- 
teenth St., Professor of Physiology and Hy- 
giene. 

JOHN M. KEATING, M. D., 232 South Twenty- 
second St., Professor of the Principles and 
Practice of Medicine. 

ALICE BENNETT, M. D., 1727 Francis St., De- 
monstrator of Anatomy and Instructor in 
Physiology. 

HANNAH T. CBOA8DALE, M. D., 238 North 
Twentieth St., IiiPtructorin Surgery. 

ANNA M. McALUtiTER, M, D., 24 N. Merrick 
St., Instructor in Obstetrics. 

MARY E. ALLEN. M. D., 624 Pine St., Demon- 
strator of Chemistry and Instructor iu Mate- 
ria Medica. 

AMY 8. BARTON. M. D.. 818 N. Eighth St., In- 
structor iu Practice of Medicine. 

Ji.B I'OIil-0"WS : 

Practical Anatomy Ticket |10 00 

Graduation Fee 80 00 



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Two tickets only required in each branch. 

Whole cost for two or more courses of Lectures and Graduation $266 00 

For further particulars, address the Dean, 

Profeaaor RACHEIi li. BODLEY, A. M., 

Wouiiin's Mcdlciil College of Pennsylvania, 
North College Avenue and Twenty-first Street, Philadelphia. 



University of the City of New York. 



MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

410 East Twenty-sixth St., opposite Belleviie Hospital, New York City. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH SESSION, 1878-79. 



FACULTY OP MEDICINE. 

IIEV. HOWARD CR08BY, D.D., 

CttanctUot' o/ the I'nivermty. 

ALFRED V. P08T. ]\r.D.. J-L,D., 

F-*/*tt/W,for hJin'fitui* 0/ Clinical Suriji I'n: Prtyiiltntfj' tliP F*viil(ij. 

CIIAELES INSLEE PARDEE, M.I>., 

rntjcvsor "/' }M»casis "/ the Eui',: Dcui of the Facnitii. 



JOHN V. DRAPER, :M.D., LL.D., 

/Vf(.'( vvor 0/ ( 'firtnintn/. 

ALFRED li. LOOMI8, M.T)., 

Priifrgfitr u( P-iffiohH/i/ itnd Practice, uf Atedicinr. 

WILEIAM DAKLIN(;, A.M., Ml)., F.K.C.8. 

Proj't'>Hor of Ao'ifouiif, 

WILLIAM II. l*no.-\ISON, M.D.. 

Proft:'*^>ti' of Mntciiii Mr'Nin nad I'firrnpcnticti. 

J. W. ,s. ARNOLD. M.lh, 

Pi'ofeMHijv of Pfiysiulo'ji/ and JJintolof/y. 



JOHN T, DARRY, M.D„ 
.1. WILLTSTON WRIfUTT. ."M.D., 

Pru/'-i-ior 0/ Ohsttti-ii.it tiud Disnts' .-( of' Wometi and Children* 

FAXEUIL D. WEISSE, M.D.. 

Pro/t.^sui' 0/ J*i-nrti,iif ittuf. SnrtftKul Aaatom'j, 

JOSEPH r. ^\^NTERs, m.d., 

iJtiiwuiffatur of Aii'tti/iHt/. 



POST.«RABUATE FACULTY. 



D. v.. 8T. JOHN ROOSA. M.D., 

Pfo/rssof of Oi>hth(UmoliHjy. 

WM. A. HAMMOND. M.I).. 

Priij'cssor of Discaacn 1/ tin: Mind kuiI A't/voiis Hi/alcn. 

STEPHEN SMITH. M.D., 

J. W. S. (iOI'LEY, M.D.. 

Pro/cssof 0/ Diseases of the h'ttiifo'l'iinai't/ S;/fti:i}>.. 



MONTROSE A. FALLEN. M.D., 

Pf-qftHHOi' of Gyna't'offif/y. 

HENRY G. l*irFARl>, M.D., 

Professor of Drritnttolttny. 

A. E. MACDONALD, M.D., 

Professor of Mntiail Jinis/n-Uf/f^nrr. 
JOSEPH W. HOWE, M.D., 

Cliiiicnf. Profrs-'iir ui' Stirqfni. 

LEWIS A. STIMSON. M.D., 

ProfesHOr of Pulhulo'jiail AiiaCumi/. 



THE COLLEGIATE YEAR Is rlividecl into tlireo sessions: A Prcliminury Session, a RcKUlur 
Winter Se.ssion. imrt a Spring Session. 

THE PRELIMINARY SESSION will eomnience Sevitemlier 18, lfi78, :iu(l will continue until tlie 
opening of tlie R(iK'ilai' Winter Session. It will J>e condueti'tl on tlio pl.aii of that Session. 

THE RE(;UL,AR WINTER SESSION -will commenco on the 2(1 of Oetolter, 1878, and end about 
the 1st of Ma ivh, 1879. 

The location of the new College edifice being imniedi.itely opposite the jrate of Bellevne Hos- 
pital, and a few steps from the ferry to Cliaiity Hospital, Blackwell's Island, the Students of the 
University Medical College are enabled to enjoy the advantnges atforded by tliese Hospitals, with 
the least possible loss of time. The Professors of the practical Chairs are connected with the Hos- 
pitals, and the University Students are admitted to nil the. (Jlinics given thcrciM, free of cliavfie. 

In addition to the dady Hospital Clinics, there are eight Clinics each week in the College build- 
ing. Five Didactic Lectures will be given daily in the College building, and Evening Recitations 
will be conducted by the Professors of Chemistry. Practice, Anatomy, Materia Jledica, &c., Pliysi- 
ology. Surgery. andObstetrics, upon the subjects of their Lectures. 

THE SPRING SESSION embraces a period of twelve wc.ks, beginning in the first week of 
March and ending the last week of May. The daily Clinics, RecitiUions'and Special Practical 
Courses will be tlie same as in the Winter Session, and there will be Lectures on Special Subjects 
by the MembiMs of the Post-Oraduate Faculty. 

THE DISSECTING ROOM is open fhrougliout the entire Collegiate year; material is abundant, 
iind it is furnislicd free of charge. 

STUDENTS WHO HAVE STUDIED TWO YEARS nuiy be admitted to examination in Chem- 
istry, Anatomy and Physiology, and, if successful, will bo examined at tlio expiration of their 
full course of study, on Practice, Materia Medica and Tlicrapcutics. Surgery and Obstetrics; but 
those wlio itrefer it may have all their examinations at the close of their full term. 

FEES. 

For Course of Lectures $140 oo 

M.VTRIOt; LATION 5 00 

Pi{ACTU'Ai> An.vtojiy FiiK, including material for dissection 10 00 

Gr aduation Fkb 30 00 

Post-Gkaduatio Certificate 30 oo 

For further particulars and circulars, address the Dean, 

Prof. CHAS. INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., 

University Medical College, 410 East 26tb St., New York City. 



Long Island College Hospital, 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



Collegiate Year^ 1878-79. 



The Reading and Recitation Term will oommonco Octobov 1, 1878, and 
close at the beginning of the Regular Term. 

Tne Reculau Term will open February 1, 1879, and continue five months. 



FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE. 



DANIEL AYRES, M.D., LL.D., 

Emeritus Professor of Surgical Piitliologj- jiurt 

Clinical .Surgery. 

SAMUEL G. ARMOK, il.D., LL.D.. 
Professor of 1 lie I'riiiciples .inrt Practice, of Mcrti- 

oiuo aiitiriiuical Medicine, and Dean of tlio 

Fa(uU,v. 

GEORGE ^^^ plympton, a.m., 

Professor of Clieraistrv amt Toxicoloiry. 
CORYDON L. FORD, M.D., 
Profcs.-ior of Anatomy. 

ALEXANDER J. C. SKENE, M.])., 
Professor of tho Medical and Surgical Diseases 

of Women, and Diseases of Children. 



JAR VIS S. WIGHT, M.D. 
Professor of liio Principles and Practice of Sur- 
gery and Clinical Surgery, and Keglstrai'. 

JOSEPH II. RAYMOND, M.D., 

Professor of Pliysiology and Microscopic Anat- 
omy. 

EDWARD SEAMAN BUNKER, M.D., 
Professor of tho Principles and Practice of <)1)- 
stotrics, and Clinical Obstetrics. 

JOHN D. RUSHMORE, M.D., 
Professor of Materia Medica and Tiierapeutics. 



COLLEGE :iO!5PITAL BUILDINGS. 

The Long Island College IIospital bniUlings are situated on Henry 
street, ))etween Pacific and Amity streets. From New York they are most covi- 
veniently reached by crossing the Hast River at the S(nith Ferry. 

The original HOSPITAL ha.s been recently greatly altered and improved; a 
largo acMitional building, containing the most modern impruvements in ventila- 
tion, etc., has been added, and increased facilities for Ijedside instruction and 
study have been thus provided. 

The New Dissecting Rooms are well ventilated and lighted, and siip]ilied 
with water, etc., and will be opened during the Sessions of Reading Term and 
Gk'ueral Course, under the care of the Demonstrator. Material will he furnished 
at cost. 

FEES- 

For Tickets to all the Lectures (Iiiriny; the ]irelnuinary and 

Reguhiv Terms ^140 00 

FOR rilE nKCVLAIi TEUM. 

Full Course of Lectures .$100 00 

Matriculation 5 00 

Domonst rat or's T) 00 

Graduation ^5 00 

For further information address the Dean, 1'rof. S. (I. ARMOR, or the Reg- 
istrar, Prof. JARVIS S. WIGHT. 



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PHILADELPHIA. 



The Session of 18y§-79 will hcgui on Tncsday, October 1st. 



PROFESSORS 



JOSEPH PA>rCOAST, M.D., 

CENER.VL, DESClUPTlVi;, AND SUUGICAL ANATOMV 

(EDieriliis), 
No. 1030 Cliestuiit Street. 

SAMUEL D. GROSS, M.D., LLD.. D.O.L. OXON., 

IN'SriTUTKS ANI> rUACXIOK <)I' SIIUGKUY, 

S. E. corner of Elevoutli and AValuut Streets. 
ELLER8LIE WALLACE, M.D., 

0B81EimCS AND DISEASIOS OF WOMKN AND 
CHILDUKN, 

No. 1130 Spruce Street. 
JOHN B. BIDDLE, M.D., 

UATEUIA MEDICA AND GKXKltAI. TIIKU.U'KUTICS, 

No. 331 S. Sovouteeutli Street. 



J. AITKEN MEIGS, .M.I)., 

INSTITITTES i>V MKDIOINK AND SIIODICAI. .(riHIS- 
rUI.'DKNCE, 

No. 1408 Spruce Street. 
J. M. DA COSTA, M.l)., 

I'KACTICK OF MEDICINE. 

No. noo Walnut Street. 
WTLLLVM II. PANCOAST, M.D.. 

UENEKAL, DESCUIPTIVE, AND SUltGICAI. ANAT- 
OMY, 

No. 1100 Walnut Street. 

ROBERT E. ROGERS, M.D., 
MEDICAI, CUEMISTRY AND TOXICOLOGY, 

No. 1004 Walnut Street. 



J. 15. BIDDLE, M.D Dean. 



WILLIAM THOMSON. M.D., 

LECTURER ON DISEASES OF THE EYE. 

THOMAS H. ANDREWS, M.D., 

DEMONSTRATOU OF ANATOMY. 

J. EWING MEARS, M.D., 

DEMONSTRATOR OF SUIIGERY. 

HENRY C. CHAPMAN, M.D.. 

DEMONSTR.VTOR OF I'lIVSIOLOGY. 



J. GIBBONS HUNT. M.D.. 

DEMONSTRATOR OF JlIC'UO.SCOl'IC IIISTOI.OGY. 

G. MASON WARD, M.D.. 

DE.MONSTltATDK OF CHEMISTRY. 

HENRY LEAMAN, M.D., 

I'KOSECTOR TO THE I'ROFESSOR OF ANATOMY. 

HENRY O. CHAPMAN, M.D.. 

CURATOR OF TUB ANATOMICAL MUSEUM. 



WILLIAM S. LEFFMAN, Jff«i7rtr, at the C'oUcgc, Tenth Street, between Chestimland WalnuL 



Fee to each Professor, $20— in all $l4o. Matriculation Fee, $r,, to be paid once only. Gradu- 
ation Fee, $30. Students wlio have paid for two full courses are entitled thereafter to attend 
free of all charge. 

Students who liave attended two full courses of lectures in other accredited modicnl col- 
legos, are entitled to the tickets of a full course in the Jefferson Medical College for |70. Gradu- 
ates of three years' standing, of other accredited medical colleges, are required to pay the 
niatrlculation fee only; to gi-aduates of less than three years' standing, the fee for a general 
ticket Is $50. To graduates of accredited Dental Colleges and Colleges of Pharmacy, the feo for 
a general ticket Is $100. 

For fui'ther information address the Dean, 

JOHN U. BIDDLE, M.D., 

JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE, 

Philadelphia, 



UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

TMriij-sixth Street and Woodland Avenue (Jhtrhy Jlnad), Phdadelphia. 

One Hundred and Fourteenth Annual Session, 1870-80. 

J'ROFESSOKS. 



rilARIJCS J. 8TTLLK. LL.n., ProvoKt. 

(JEOKGK n. WOOD, M.l)., I,L.1>,, KuicritiiH I'ro- 
I'cssorof Tlicory uiiil Fincticoot MiMlltiiio. 

IIENKY JI. HMIXII, M.D., Kmerllus rrofenBor 
of Hiiivory. 

JOHN NKIl-L, M.D., Emeritus rrofcsHorol Clini- 
cal Hurj^ery. 

JOSEPH LEIDY, M.D., LL.I)., ProfosHor of Aii- 
iitoiny. 

IMCHAKD A. F. PENROSE. M.D., LL.D., Pro- 
fessor of Obstctrk'H aud Diwi'iwcH of Woiiioii 
aiul ('blldrtMi. 

.\L1"KED HTILLE, M.l)., I.L.D., Piofossov of 
Tlieory and Practice of Medicine, and Clini- 
cal Medicine. 

1). HAYES AGNEW, M.D., I-L.D.. John Rliea 
Barton Professor of Surgery and Clinical 
6nr>rery. 

HORATIO C. WOOD, M.D., Professor of Materia 
Medica, General Tberaiicutics, and I'liar- 
luacy. 



WILLIA.'M PEPPER. M.D., Professor of Clinical 

Metliciue. 
WILLIAM GOODELL. M.D., I'rofessor of Clini- 

ciil Gyna'coloffy. 
JAMiCS TYSON. M.D.. ProlVssoi' of General Pa- 

tliolOKy and Moiliid Anatomy. 
THEODohE ({. WOll.AILEY, M.l)., LL.I)., I'ro- 

fessorof Chemistry. 

JOHN AHHHTTRST.Ji!., M.I).. Professor of Clini- 
cal .*SurMeiy. 

HAURIHON ALLEN. M.I)., Professor of lliysi- 
oloKy. 

WILLIAM V. NORllIS. iM.I)., ('llnieal Professor 
of Diseases of thuEye. 

GEORGE 8TRA\VnRIDGE, M.D., Clinical Pro- 
fcssor of Diseases of the Ear. 

HORATIO C. WOOD, M.D., Clinical Profcseor of 
Nci'vous Diseases. 

LOUIS A. I)l'IIRIN(}. M.D., Clinical Professor 
<»f Diseases of tile Skin. 



Now matriculates are remiired to attend three winter courses of instruction of Ave months 
each, consisting of graded dluactio Usctures, clinical lectures, and practical work in laboratories 
and hospitals. 

In the graded ciin-icnlum adopted, the elementary branches ai-e taught in tlio first conrsc, and 
students are finally examined at Its conclusion upon <icncral Chemistry, Materia Medica, aud 
Pliarmacy. In the second term, whilo a sufllcient rei>etition of unlinishcd branches is secured, 
ccrtuin more practical ones are added, and the «'xamiuations on Anatomy. Physiology, and Medi- 
cal Chemistry at the end of the term ari final. In tho tUivd course is added practical bcdsido 
instructioniuMcdicine.Surgerj;, .and f}3-ni.'coloi;y. with clinical fai'ilities in the specialties; aud, 
Jit its end, students are exiimlued on (Jencral Pathology aud Morbid Auatcmiy, Therapeutics, 
Them-y and Practice of 3Icdlcine, Surgery, and Obstetrics. 

Students who have attended one course in iii'i-gular- medical school, will be admitted as stu- 
dents of the second course in the University, after liiiving satisfactorily passed an examination in 
(General Chemistry and Materia Medica ami Pharmacy. Students who have attended two courses 
in a ri'gular medical scOiool, will be admitted as studenfa of the third course after (examination in 
General and Medical Chemistry, Matei'la Medica and Phannacy. Anatomy, and I'liysiology. 

Graduates of other regular medical sciiools in good standing will b(» admltteil as students of 
the thii'd course in this institution witliout any examination. 

Ciraduates of Colleges of Pharmacy aud Denial Colleges in good standing are admitted to the 
second course in the University without an examination. 

//) (he Sj)riii(/ Session, beginning the first Monday In April, a valuable course on practical and 
scientillc subjects by a largo corps of professors and lecturers is given; and the laboratories of 
( 'iiemlRtry, Pharmacy, Histology, Physiology, and Pathology are optMi, affording a \aluablo post- 
graduate course. 

The Lectures of the Winter Session of 1879-80 will heyin on the first dtiy of October, and end on 
the Inst duij of Fehniary. 

The Preliminary Course tcill begin on the first Monday in. Sef)teinbcr. 

Fees, in advance.— let course of lectures, including matriculation ami dissection, .$155. 2d 
course, $150, including dissection. 3d course, including operating and bandaging, fiio. Gradua- 
tion fee, $m. 

For Announcement giving full particulars, address 

JAMES TYSON, M.D., Secretauy, 

r. O. Box 2838, PhUadeJpMa. 



DENTAL DEPARTMENT. 

The Trnstees have established a Dental Department, which is designed to make tlio most com- 
plete scbool of Dentistry in the world. Tho professors include those of Anatomy, Physlolosry, 
Chemistry, and Materia Medica, in the Medical Department, with Chas. J. EssiG, M.D.. D.D.S., 
Prof, of Mechanical Dentistry and Metallurgy, and Edwin T. Dakby, D.D.S., Prof, of Operative 
Dentistry. Two years' study, two courses of lectures, and examination at the end of the second 
course, aro the requirements for graduation. Graduates of tho Dental Department of the Univer- 
sity may become candidates for the degree of Doctor of Medlcino after attending one additional 
course of lectures. But students in Dentistry who desire to take the medical degneo also, must 
notify the Sccrctaiy of the Depa^ment of Medlcino of such Intention before tho beginning of the 
second course of lectures, and add to tho studies of tho Dental Department those of tho Medical. 

Fees.— Matriculation $5. For one course of lectures $100. Dissecting feefio. Graduation feo$30. 

Sessions commence as those of the Medical Department. For iinnouncement address CllAS. J. 
ESSIG, M.D., D.D.8., 8eci'etT.ry Dental Department, University of Pennsylvania. 



'Homoeopathic and Eclectic schools are not recognized as being in this category. 



f)hia. 



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or of Clinl- 
itciu'iul Pa- 
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liborutories 

course, and 
ledii'ii, and 
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HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, BOSTON, MASS. 



NJNETY-FJFTH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT (1878-79). 



rtlAULES W. KLTOT, LL. I).. l'nnidn,t. 
CALVIN KLIJH. M. 1)., J'nrfcMHor of rliiiUul 

MvdiriHV, hrilii. 
JOHX 1». H, JACKSOX, M. i)., I'ro/ennoi- of I'a. 

tholt>i)ic(il A iiiilotn)/. 
OT,rVi:u \V. HOLMK^, M. D.. Prof, of Amtottiii. 
IIK.SUY .1. HKJKLOW. M. J).. I'r'of.'of Siiracrii. 
IKAXCIH MINOT. M. 1).. flerseii P'ro/fisor of 

tlir Tlifon/ and Priwiitr of Medicini'. 
JOHN I'. lUiYNOLDH, M. I>.', I'lof.ofObuMrirs. 
IIENUY W. WILLIAMS, .Ar. I)., /Vo^V.sso;' of 

OidillKilinofoi/i/. 
DAVID W. CIIEliVEU, M. I)., I'rofrssor ofclin- 

iriil Simicn/. 
JAMKH ('. WIIITi;, M. D., I'rof. of iXriiuiloloi/i/. 
R01!1:RT T. KDK.S. M. D., rr'ofciisor of MidcVia 

IIEXKV P. BOWDITCII. M. J)„ I'ro/cusur of 
rlij/nioloi/U- 



CHAULK.S H. POHTKU. M. U.. IhinoiiHlriilor of 

Anntom'i, and Iiislnirlor iu Snraery. 
FREDEIitCK I. KNKiHT, M. I).. hiHlnivtor in 

I'crcKssici.A usriillulioii, mid fMn/ni/oscojn/. 
J. COLLINS WAliREN, M. D., IiiHtnictor in Hiir- 

lio'll. 
UECilXAT-D 1(. FITZ, M. !>., XHsiidanl Vrofcusor 

of I'lilhohwiral Atuitowi/. 
WILLIAM L. KICHAUDSOX, U. U., Iiislniclor 

ill *)hslrtrii:i. 
THOMAS DWIOHT, M, I)., Ingtniclor in His- 

l(ilo</i/. 
F-DWAltl) S. WOOD. M. 1)., Prof, of Cheniislri/. 
IIKXUY II. A. BKAC'T, M. D., AHSiiluiU IJemoit- 

siriilor of AiKilooni. 
WILLIA.M 11. UAKKR, M. D., Iimlriictor in 

(ti/iiircoloi/i/. 
WILLI.V.M i;." illLLS. M. T).,liMtruclorin Cliviii- 

islrij. 



OTHER INSTRUCTORS. 



OEORfiK II. F. MAKKOE, Instniclor ia Ma 

It rill }fcdirii. 
FRAXK W. DRAPER. M. D., I Leehiirrn 
CUARLE.S F. FOLSiOM, M. IX.Snii Ihn/ieiiv 



IIEXIIY P. (ill IXC V, M 

loloi/i/. 
EDWAIJD N. WIIITTIElt, 
Cliiiiriil Mrdiiim 



I).. A.isislUiU ill IHh- 
M. U.. AHsistunl in 



GEORGE M. GARLAND, M. D., AssiKlmil in riii/.iioloj/!/. 

The following gentleuieu 'will {y;lve Special Cliiilcnl IitHtritclion : 

FRANCIS n. GREENOUGII, M. D., and EDWARD WKUiLESWOUTII, M. D., in S,/i>liili.i. 
JOHN O. GREEN, M. I)., and (^LARENCE .1. KLAKE, M. 1)., in oioloi/if. 
CHARLES P. PUTNAM. M. D.. and .lOSEPH P. OLIVEU, M. D., in l>ii<ftiniK of Chitdrrn. 
SAMUEL G. WEBBER. M. D., and JAMES J. PUTNAM, M. 1)., in Dismuvs of the yirrotis Si/sU'in. 

DIVISION OF STUDIES. 

For the First Iffov— Anatomy, Physiology, and Gencnil Clicuiisiiy. 

For the Hevond Pert)'.— Medical Chemistry, Materia Mcdica, Patholoi.'iciil Anatomy, Clinical Medi- 
cine, Sursery, and Clinical Surgery. 

For the Third I'tar.— Therapeutics, Obstetrics, Theory aud Practici; of Medicine, Clinical Mwli- 
cine, Surjiery, and Clinical Surgery. 

Students are divided Into three clas.scs, accm-ding to theii- time of study and proHciency. Stu- 
dents who ))cgau tlieir professional studies elsewliere may Itc admitted to advanced standing; but 
all persons who apply lor admission to the second or tliinl j t-ar's class nuist pass an examination 
in the lu'anches already pursued by the class to which they st I'k admission. The e.vannnatious are 
held in the following order:— 

At the end of the first year— Anatomy, Physiology, and Genera' Chemistry. 

End of second ye.nr— Medical Chemistry, Materia Medica, and Pathological Anatomy. 

End of third year— Therapeutics, Obstetrics. Tlieory and Practice of Medicine, Clinical Medi- 
cine. Surgery, and Clinical Surgery. 

I'.vaniinations are also hehl before the opening of the School, beginning September 2;td, 

IU.1,'1 inr.MKXTS FOR A Dkgkkk.— Every candidate must 1)0 twenty-one years of ag(^; nnist have 
studii 'I medicine three full years, have spent at least one continuous year at this School, have 
lia>sed the requii'cd examinatiiuis. and liave presented a thesis. 

< iniiSK i-oR GnADiATKs.— For the purpose of nttbrding to those already (iraduates of Medicine 
additional facilities for pursuing clinical, laboratory, and other studies, in such subjects as may 
specially interest them, the Faculty has established a course which comprises the ft>llowini;' 
i-ranelies; Histoloi;y; Physiol(»gy; Medical Chomi.stry; Pathological Anatomy; Surgery; Aus- 
C'ltatiiii. Percussion, and' Laryiigoseopy ; Ophthalmology; Dernuitology ; Syphilis; P.sychologiciil 
Mtdiiine; Otology; Ele(tro-tlierai)euties; Gynecology; and Obstetrics. On iiaynieutof the full 
lee tlu' privilege of attending any of the otlicr exercises of the Medical Sclu.-ol, the use of the 
labn -atories and library, ami all other rights accorded by the University will bi! granted. Single 
branihes may also lie pnisned. Gradmitcs of other Medical Schools who nuiy ;lesire to obtain tin- 
degree of M.'D. at this University will be admitted to cxamimition for thig degree after a year's 
study i.' the Graduates' Course. Examination on eutrauce not required. 

Fees.- For Matricidation, $.5 ; for the Year, S^OO; for oue term alone, *120; for Gradtiation, $30. 
For Gradiates' Course, the fee for one year is$>(K); for one Term, $120; ami for siuglc courses such 
fees as arc specitleil in the Catalogue. Payment iu advance. 

Members if any one deiiartnu nt of Harvard University have a right to attend lectures and reci- 
tations in ai y other departnant without paying additional fees. 

Foi- furthei intormation. or Catalogue, address 

Di:. U. II. FITZ, ,S«'*(/, 108 Boylston St.. Boston, Mass. 



COPY OF DR. REDWOOD'S REPORT. 



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17 Bloo}nshiinj Square, 

London, Sept. 18^/i, 1878. 

Dr. IledwoocVs 
Analytical Department. 

I have examined the Extract of Malt manufactured 
hij the ^^Trommer Extract of Malt Company, ^^ and judg- 
ing from its physical characters and chemical reactions, 
I am of opinion that it fairly represents ivhat its name 
indicates, that is, that it is a preparation of Malt in 
which are contained the essential properties of that sub- 
stance, ivith a slight addition of Aromatic Bitter of the 
Hop. It has the character of a soft Extract, in the sense 
in ivhich that term is used p>harmaceutically, and it has 
evidently been prepared with great care and judgment, 
as it retains the property of acting on amylaceous bodies, 
as diastase does, while the extract itself bears long keep- 
ing loithout change. 

B also possesses the property of forming, with Cod 
Liver Oil, a permanent Mixture or Emulsion, in which 
the taste of the Oil is very effectually covered, and its 
administration thus greatly facilitated. 

T. REDWOOD, Ph.D., F.B.C.S., dtc, 
Professor of Chemistry and Pharmacy to the 

Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 



Loeflund's Concentrated Extract Malt, Plain. 

Also tho following Conn. .nut Ions : 
LOEFT.tTm>'S EXTRACT MALT WITH I'YROIMIOS. lUOV. 

tach laijlu«iu>ouriil (OuIuIuhHIx (inilns I'yroplioM. Iron. Fnnniil. I'll. G. 

LOEFLUND'S EXTRACT MALT WITH CITRlTK IRON ANI> UIJININE. 

Luch TiibluHpooui'ul CoiituuiH Two (jralnH Cltrato Iron anil (^tilulue. 

LOEFLUND'S KXTRA<;T MALT WITH IODIDE IRON. 

Kach Tabliicpooufiil ContainH Ono (Jialu loilido Iron. 

LOEFLUNII'H EXTRACT MALT WITH IIVPOPHOSPHITE LIME. 

Kacli Tablespoouful ContaluH Hlx (irulns llypoplioMplilto Llnu\ 

LOEFLUND'S EXTRACT MALT WITH PEPSIN. 

Kacli Tabicspoonftil ContainH Four Grains i'lpHln, l'nre Oerm. 

LOEFLUND'S EXTRACT MAl.T WITH HOPS. 

Each TabliiMpoouful Contains Four Grains Hops. 

LOEFLUND'S EXTRACT MALT WITH COD LIVER OIL. 

An emulsion coutalulug equal parts of best Norwegian Cod Llvor OH and Extract of Malt. 




only by that skill wfileh Is acquired by oxperlcme. Mr. L< land having been lu this branch of 
t he buHinoss since 1H6«, Is now the oldest and »)i()«< rr/)eriV»icci. . anufacturer of Extract of Mnlt. 
Ills establishment Is the most perfect ; his manufacture conducted on arientirtc pHueiples. His pic- 
panilloua aroendorsed by all eminent )'/i//«'''i«»» lu Europ". and America. Wo therefore «lo imi 
hcHitato to say that In prescribing Loejlund'a preparation the physician will do Justice to himselJ: 
and natlents. " 

N. B.— Loeflund's Extract of Mnlt is entlrdu devoid of hitter taste, as no Uops are added to the 
plain extract. This preparation needs no disguise. 

LOEFLUND'S CONCENTRATED FOOD FOR INFANTS. 
This Is Lleblg's Soup for Infants In a concentratoU form, ready for use ; it Is a pcrffct mibstilute 



for Mother's Milk. Sole Agent for America, 



ALBERT C. DUNO, Drnggist, 

61 Bo-wery, New York. 



* OrX«-x-oai3Ei.xrrxi os* xc.iaz'zz.A.Xjzzia'xi. 

PREPARED BY C. G. POLK, M. D. 
The oxidlzable phosphorous elements of animal brain, nnd the germinal portion of wheat. Isola- 
ted without eliemloal change, and preserved In pure glycerine. 

cDMrortirioN o» onb hu'nukkd parts : 

Iiinlatc.d Hypoplioaphite of Aininouium parta, 8 

'• " PutaKBium •* 6 

" " Sodium " tl 

" " Citlcium " 8 

" " Magiioluiii " ,1 

(i lycero-IIypophogpnoroai Add " 6 

Uolatcil IlypophosphorouB Acid " H 

(ilycerlno, C, 1' " flo 

The following are but samples of tho general expression of appreciation given by physicians, 
who have employed Glycerlto of Kephallne. 

Dr. F. O. St. Clair, Washington,!). C, has found "Glycerite of Keplmline" a remedy of great 
power and unqestlonable value in all dlscuHo cxnresscd in vital deterioration, as phthisis, loss of 
memory, nervous debility, aiul nervous fornl.^ of (lyspcpsia. 

Dr. Geo. B. Simpson, of Weston, West Virginia, has obtained excellent results from the use of 
the Glycerite of Kephallne in phthisis. 

Dr. Oeddlngs, in charge ofthe Sanitarium, at Aiken, S. C, says he has used the Glycerite of 
Animal Hypopnosphites with satisfactory results in thirty cases of phthisis. He believes isolated 
hypu phosphites superior to the usual remedies. 

Dr. Edwards, editor of the Virginia Medical Monthly, has witnessed very satisfactory resiilts 
with Glycerite of Kephallne in the case of a distinguished divine, suffering from nervous prostration, 
from overwork. 

Dr. King, of Louisburg, N. C, says, " I am convinced by tho therapeutical results, that isolated 
phosphorous elements form the most powerful nutrient tonic known." 

Dr. C. W. Williamson, of Philadelphia, says, " Glycerite of Kephallne is surely a great chemical 
and therapeutical triumph. Duringthepasttive years I have used it in phthisis, dj'spepsla, sexual 
exhaustion, and broken down conditions of female health, and so excellent has been the result, 
that I would not now know how to do without it." 

Prof. Pepper, of the University of Pennsylvania, says he has found " Glycerite of Kephallne " a 
good nutrient tonic. 

Dr. J. 8. Ramsey, formerly Act. Ass. Surg.U. S. Navy, says, " Glycerite of Kephallne is the most 
eiSolent remedy known in tubercular phthisis." 

Dr. H. E. Ashmead has used isolated phosphorous compounds since 1869, and holds them in very 
high esteem as remedial agents.— [Detroit Medical Journal, October, 1877. 

Dr. Wiley has used isolated phosphorous compounds since 1872, and esteems them of great value 
In phthisis.— [See Louisville Medical News, June 2, 1877. 

Dr. Percy says, " Although the nitrogenous hypophosphite has been isolated from brain and 
nerves, I believe it has never been formed in the laboratory, nor has it been used as a therapeutical 
agent. 

Upon hypothetical grounds alone we should suppose it to he one of the most assimilable of all 
the preparations of phosphorus, because It most nearly resembles that form of phosphorus which 
is found to be tho most active in the animal economy.— [Trans. A. Med. Assoolation, 1872, page 
658, Essay Phosphorus. 

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A Riiif? Pessary -which will uot break has long been looked for by physi- 
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The Spiral Spring Ring Pessary is one which will not break nor lose it.s 

shape; it can be donbled up in the shajje 
of a figurt^ 8, and then tiio two loops may 
be brought together without injuring it in 
the leaat. It gives a more easy pressure 
than any other, aud parties who will give 
them but one trial, we arc sure, will never 
again use any other. 

The engravings sliow the manner of mak- 
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In a spiral H))ring of lu'ass spring wire 
iibont 8 coils of rounded tliin whalebone 
are inserted, which is bound loosely by the 
spiral spring, thus aUowing the coils of 
whalebone to revolve amund themselves, 
giving, as will readily l>o seen, more elas- 
ticity than they would were they bound 
tightly by a sott wire of any material. 'I'ln' 
ends of the spiing are then screwed togeth- 
er and covered with rubber of exceedi ngly smoot h sui-face. 

Wo also employ the above described maimer in making Pessaries of all 
patterns, and they most certainly are far superior to hard nibb.r, which arc 
very rigid, aud therefore very inconvenient for the wearer. 

The spiral spring Bow Pessary, Albert Smith's shape, and many others, 
will be found (on account of their elasticity) very easy for the wearer, and very 
durable. 

PRICES. 

Ring Pessaries 7.1 Cents each. 

Bow ' $100 

Albert Smitli's Pessaries 100 " 

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Tlir Complftf Steam Alomiier, No. 15 (Pat.). Shitrtleff's Atomising Apparatus, No. 5 (Pat.). 

All joints ot tbo Steam Atomizer are hard-soldered. 

Every one is tested by Lydrostatic pressure, to more than 100 pounds to tlu; square inch. 

It cannot be injured by exhaustiou of water, or any attainable pressure, and will last for many 
years. 

It does not throw spurts of hot water; Is convenient, durable, portable, c(mipaet and cheap, 
in the best sense of the word. Price, $5.00. 

Brass parts, nickel-plated, additional, .12.00. 

Neatly nuide, strong Black Walnut Box. with convenient handle, additional, $2.(50. 

Shurtleflfs Atomizer the most desirable Hand Apparatus. Rubber warranted of the very best 
quality. Valves imperishable ; every one carefully fltted, and will work perfectly in all positions. 
Price, $3.50. 

The Bulbs are adapted to all the Atomizing Tubes made by us. 

Each of the above Apparatus Is supplied with two carefully-made and annealed glass Atomiz- 
ing Tubes, and accompauled with dircetious for use, and waiTanted perfect. 

Fig. 91, The Safety I-ister Antiseptic Atom- 
izer, as made by Codman & Shurtleflf, specially 
adapted to the requirements of Antisiptic Sur- 
gery. Spherical Boiler, hartl-soldered. tested by 
hydrostatic pressure to more than 100 pounds to 
the square inch. Safety Valve, Atomizing Tubes 
with itliitinum nozzle and tube cleaner, 10 oz. 
ReseiToir. Brass Safety Spirit Lamp, with Regu- 
lator. Non-Condnctiug Handles, N and E, will 
.supply spray from I lirec to four hours without 
replenishiu,« boiler or lamp. 

It has been lenncd the " Safety Atomizer," 
inaamuch as, under the severest tests. It has been 
I'oimd impossible either to ignite vapor from the 
ansesthetic, or to cause any mishap from the 
spirit-lamp. We oft'er it with conlidenee that it 
will satisfactorily meet the want of a conven- 
ient, durable and practically perfect apparatus 
for the purpose intended. 



PRICE, $25.00. 




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Fig. 91. 



Wo would also call attention to our Antiseptic Atomizer No, 00, an cfflcient and durable appara- 
tus. Its Boiler, Reservoir and Handle are the same as in No. !U. Tho Lamp, of Japanned tin, has 
safety arrangement with reference to alcohol, and its llaiue is susceptible of as easy regulation. 
Tho Atomizing Tubes are of brass, specially adapted in size and shape for this use. This appara- 
tus has been thoroughly tested by practical use, ami wo believe will bo found far superior to any 
hitherto oflfered at a price below that of No, 91. Price, $12.00. Full descriptive circulars of Anti- 
septic Atomizer on application. 

For full description of other Atomizers, see Nkw Pampiilktou Atomization of Liquids, with 
Formulae of many articles of the Materia Medica, successfully employed iu the practice of a well- 
known American practitioner, together with descriptions of the best forms of apparatus, which 
will be sent, post-paid, on application. 

Plaster Bandages and Bandage Machines, Articles for Antiseptic Surgery, Aspirtvtors, Clinical 
Thermometers, (^rutches, Air Cushions, Wheel Chairs and Articles for Invalids, Mechanical Appli- 
ances for all deformities and deflclencies. Trusses, Elastic Hose, etc. Electrical Instruments for 
all Medical and Surgical uses. Hypodermic Syringes, Ice an<l Hot Water Bags. Manikins, Models, 
Skeletons, Skulls, etc., etc. Naturalists' Instnunents, Sphygmographs, Splints aud Fracture Ap- 
piuiitus, Stethoscopes, Syringes of all kinds, Teeth Forceps, Test Cases, Transfusion Instruments, 
Kiiiich Rubber Urinals. Uriuometers, Vaccine Virus, Veterinary Instruments, Waldenburg'8 
I'neumatic Apparatus, etc., etc. 

Surgical Instruments and Medical Appliances of every description promptly repaired. 

Having our Factory, with steam power, ample machinery and experienced workmen, con- 
nected with our dtoro, wo can promptly make to order, iu tho best manner and from almost any 
material, new Instruments ancf apparatus, and supply new inventions on favorable terms. Instru- 
ments bearing our name are fully Avarranted. With hardly an exception they are the product of 
our own factory, and made under our personal supervision, by skilled workmen, who, being paid 
lor their time, are not likely to slight their work through haste. 

CODMAN A SHVRTIiEFF, 
Makers and Importers of Surgical Instruments, etc., etc. 13 aud 15 Trcmont street, BOSTON. 



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Improved Stohrer Galvanic Batteries, 

IG AND 32 CELLS. 

Bartlett Galvanic Batteries, 

12. 24, ami !(7 CELLS. 

Cabinet Combination Battery 

(GALVANIC AND FARADIC). 

Permanent Combination Battery, 

WITH KEGULATOUS. 

Galvano-Caustic Batteries, 

WITH CASE OF ELECTRODES. 

Electro-Magnetic Machines, 

SINGLE AND DOUBLE ^ELLS. 

KHEOSTATS, KHEOTOMES, UALYAN^OMETERS, 

AND NEEDLES FOR ELECTROLYSIS. 

Electrodes of all Dc\soriptions. 



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Tlie rramin InstiiDte, PMladelpliia, I87i 



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TUB Atricnlinral and Mecnaiiical AssociqtlOD, Ga,, 1873. 



Send for manual, Catalogruc, and Price- List (Free). 

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To the JVIedical Profession. 




The most important remedial agrent ever presented to tiie 
Profession for Indigrestion, Dyspepsia, Vomiting; in Presrnancy, 
Cholera Infantum, Constipation, and all Diseases arising: from 
imperfect nutrition, containing; the Ave active agents of diges- 
tion, viz.: Pepsin, Pancreatine, M>ipi<'tnse, or \eg. Ptyalin, Eiutic 
and lIydroch''>ric Acids, in combination ivitii Sugar of I?Iilk. 



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'Opept: nE. 

yabu orDit ,(,a8e..4 ilnichiufs. 

ic id .Ml. dracliuiH. 

oric Acid 5 11. drachms. 

LACTOPEPTINE owes its frroat succf-ss solfly to the Moi^' a Trofession, aiul is sold 
almo.xt outiiely b.v Pliysiclaus' Prescriptioiis. Us almost i"'''xrsal aoptiou Vytlas in'ofossion is 



Sugar of Ml k 

Pepsin 

Paucreatiue ... 



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40 
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tlie sliougcst guaraui^e wpci u ^'ivotliat zta tiiuraiieuti 

lislied. 

The undersigned iiavlug .etitet 1 A.CT0PI:PT1 

ALFRED L. LOOMIS, M.D., i F. . 

VrnfessornfPalholofiiiandPr c: ceo aL. L un?., \ P» 
Vniversihj of the City of New Yorh . I 

LEWIS A. 8AYRE, M.D., i 

I'rofessor of Orthopwdic Siayi m nn i Ci< if '. i 
Hurgenj.MelleviieUospilcU .''red -al oU go. 



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A. Van Deveer, M.D., 

Albany, N. Y., . mj -■ «!lh,lfi7,i. 
Prof, of Hie Prin. and Pruc. . f/. A ! 'Oh 

Med. Col.; Sttrg.Albani/a ■ ,/cc t<h\ 

John H. rACK-viui, M.D., 

Philadelphia, Pa., »i, 18:.*. 

Pfes't Pn. Co. Ohntcl. Sovich) nisco- 

pal and Women's TIospllul 
James Aitken Meigs, M.D., 

Pldhidelphiii.Ji ■< . 

Prof. ofthelnslilutesofMed. anti. 

Jeff.'Medical College: PhtjJoPi 

\\. W. Dawsox, M.D., 

Cinclnuati, O., June 2is 
Prof. Prln. und Pruc. Hurt ■"(?■ 
diiio; /S'i(/'(/. to Good Samai k ••• 

Ai.uekt F. a. KiN.i. .M.D.. 

Washiufftoii, 1). C, .Tune ^ 
Profi'S60r of Obntetricg, Uiiiccrst 
iiioiit. 

1). W. Yandeli.. - .!>.. 

Loulsvil..'. Ky. 
Prof, of the iSV'iMd <■ iHi-i 
Clinical Surg. "Ki ' 
EoBeht Uattey, J i 

R. mo, Ua., Juno 7tli, ls78. 
Enierilus Prof, of Obslclricn, Atlanta Med. 
CoL,and Ex.Pres. Med. ' .'n.o/Ot""u 

Clacde H. Mastin, :i.i>., LL.D., 

Mobile, Ala., Juno bill, 1878. 

Prof, IL C. liAliTLETT. Ph. I)., r.C.S., 
Londou, England, 

February 22d, 1870. 



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Art of ^iirit 
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; to the iirofesslou. 

, M.D.,Pir. D., 
. Med. and Therup. in 
!.; Prof, of Chein. and 
College, etc., etc. 

w York Med. College. 

INE a good thorough 

pleased with tho»'x- 

owed its adminlstrsv- 

notion in tlie use of 
rdered it frciiUiia'.i.y 
all.v where there i» 
reticR." 



TNE with very good 
s;()y6pepsia." 



TE with groat advau- 



jSJE both in hospiliil 

i found it to answer 

u is recommended. A^ 

stive fuiietiou, I know 

■•e directly." 

•I-" of LACTOPEPTINE, 

n i.iating that it has rarely 

I saall, of course, continue to pre- 



. " I hiivc used LACTOPEPTIXl'; in a ease of Dys- 
pepsia, witli >"iti8laction. I think well of it." 



1 "I conc'ler k 



.CTOPEPTINE tlio very best pn - 
atioii ot tliiv ':iud wlii( ii I liavc over employ) il. 
j an<l for patiei i with feeiili; digestidu t liuow ol' 
j uotlduff whic • IS iqiial to U. ' 

) "I find the n. iparatioi- A LACTOPEPTINE ci.ii- 
s talus within itself all the priuciplea reipured to 
) promote a healthy digestion." 



PRICK LIST. 



I Wc also prepare tlie various Eli>irs 
LACTOPEPTINE (in oz. bottles).... per oz. $1 oo [ ^^^^,; Surups, hi combination witJi Lttcto- 

" ( " " )...perdoi!. to 00 1 . 

" (luiib. " ).... i^er \b.u ml pcptinc. 



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