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SELECT MEDICAL LIBRARY,

and Eclectic Journal of Medicine,

FROM

November, 1836, to November, 1837,

THE FOLLOWING

STANDARD WORKS HAVE BEEN PRINTED:

ARMSTRONG'S LECTURES.

LEE's
Observations on the Principal Medical Institutions and Practice of France, Italy, and
Germany, with an Appendix on Animal Magnetism and Homeopathy.

JOHNSTONE's
Therapeutic Arrangement and Syllabus of Materia Medica,

CURLING
ON TE TAN U S.

MARSHALL

ON DISEASES OF THE HEART, LUNGS, ETC.

PRICHARD
ON INSANIT Y.

BOUILLAUD
ON ACUTE ARTICULAR RHEUMATISM,

Translated by Dr. Kitchen of Philada.

WEATHERHEAD
ON DISEASES OF THE LUNGS.

Hæcker's
BLACK DEATH, AND THE DANCING MANIA.

Latham's
Lectures on Clinical Medicine,

LISTON'S
E L E M ENTS OF SURGERY.

Since November 1837, the commencement of the Second Year, the

following works have been published ; viz. 1. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON DISEASES OF THE SKIN, arranged with

a view to their Constitutional Causes and Local Character, &c. By SAMUEL PLUMBE, late Senior Surgeon to the Royal Metropolitan Infirmary for Children, &c. Illustrated with Splendid Coloured Copperplate and Lithographic

Engravings. 2. THE MEDICAL PROPERTIES of the Natural Order RANUNCULACEÆ,

&c. &c. By A. TURNBULL, M.D. 3. THE GUMS; with late Discoveries on their Stracture, Growth, Coanections, Dis

eases, and Sympathies. By George WAITE, Member of the London Royal

College of Physicians. 4. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON MIDWIFERY. By ROBERT COLLINS,

M.D., Late Master of the Dublin Lying-in Hospital.

2

ON

5. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE MANAGEMENT AND DISEASES

OF CHILDREN. By RICHARD T. EVANSON, M.D., Professor of Me.

dicine,-and HENRY MAUNSELL, M.D., Professor of Midwifery,-in the

College of Surgeons in Ireland.

6. THE SURGEON'S PRACTICAL GUIDE IN DRESSING, and in the Me-

thodic APPLICATION of BANDAGES. Illustrated by ONE HUNDRED ENGRA-

VINGS. By THOMAS CUTLER, M.D., late Staff Surgeon in the Belgian Army.

7. ON THE INFLUENCE OF PHYSICAL AGENTS ON LIFE. By W. F.

Edwards, M.D., F.R.S., etc. etc. Translated from the French by Drs. Hodgkin

and Fisher. To which are added, some Observations on Electricity, and Notes

to the work.

8. Horner's NECROLOGICAL NOTICE OF DR. P. S. PHYSICK.

9. REID'S EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION INTO THE FUNC-

TIONS OF THE EIGHTH PAIR OF NERVES.

10. EHRENBERG'S MICROSCOPICAL OBSERVATIONS

THE

BRAIN AND NERVES (with NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS).

11. ON THE COMBINATION OF MOTOR AND SENSITIVE NER-

VOUS ACTIVITY; by Professor STROMEYER, Hanover.

12. VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY.

13. EXPERIMENTS ON THE BRAIN, SPINAL MARROW, AND-NERVES.

By Professor Mayer, of Bonn (with WOODCUTS).

14. PUBLIC HYGIENE.

15. PROGRESS OF THE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE NER-

VOUS SYSTEM, DURING 1836, By Professor Muller.

16. VITAL STATISTICS.

17. CURIOSITIES OF MEDICAL EXPERIENCE.' By J. G. MILLEN-

GEN, Surgeon to the forces, Member of the Medical Society of the An-

cient Faculty of Paris, etc., etc.

18. ANDRAL'S MEDICAL CLINIC, Diseases of the Encephalon and its

Membranes.

19. ESSAY ON DEW AND SEVERAL APPEARANCES CONNECT.

ED WITH IT. By William Charles Wells, M.D. &c. &c.

JOURNAL DEPARTMENT.

In the ECLECTIC JOURNAL OF MEDICINE are published original and se..
lected Articles on Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and Therapeutics, Surgery, Mid-
wifery, Hygiene, Phrenology; Biographical Sketches of eminent physicians; Analytical
Reviews and Digests of New Works; &c., &c.; and of itself forms, at the close of
the year, a large volume of closely printed matter, embracing the substance of all the
leading foreign and domestic puedical journals,

TERMS.

Every Number consists of 36 pages of Journal matter, and of 204 pages of a reprint
of standard medical works—in good type and on good paper. Works reprinted in the
Library are given entire.

Each division has its separate paging; so that whenever a work is finished in the Li-
brary, it can be detached from the Journal, and having a full Title page, Table of Con-
tents, or Index, it can be bound up in regular book form. The JOURNAL itself makes
a large volume in the course of the year.
Works reprinted in the Library are given entire.

Subscribers will be continued until the Publishers are notified of their intentions to

the contrary:

Subscription-TEN DOLLARS a-year, payable in advance.

I Letters on the subject of subscription should be addressed (post paid) to the subscribers.

HASWELL, BARRINGTON & HASWELL, Publishers,

293 Market Street, Philadelphia.

October, 1838.

JOURNAL OF MEDICINE.

126 394

EDITED BY

JOHN BELL, M.D.,

LECTURER ON THE INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE AND MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE; MEMBER OF THE COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF PHILADELPHIA,

AND OF TIF AMER. PHIL. SOC., ETC.

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