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APPARATUS FOR THE VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS
Sold by Messrs. BULLOCK & REYNOLDS, Hanover Street, W.
£ a. d. 2 Mohr's Centigrade Test Tubes, 100° = 50 cubic centimeters,
on stands, 9s. each .. .. .. .. .. 0 18 0
1 Pipette to deliver, 10 c. c 030
1 do. 20 c. c 030
1 Graduated Jar, containing half litre, divided into 100° .. 090
Dr. Beale's Filtering Tube 009
1 Nest of 5 Bohemian Beakers 026
6 Stirrers, 6 inch 006
Spirit Lamp, glass .. .. .. .. .. ..016
Tripod Stand 016
Sand Bath 006
1 Funnel, each 14 and 2 inch 006
100 Filters, for each size of Funnel 010
Japanned Box for the Filters 008
Funnel Support 016
Berlin porcelain Basin, 3 inch .. .. .. .. ..006
ditto 4 inch 010
Books of Blue, Red, and Neutral Litmus Test Paper .. .. 006
The above, in a divided Box, with spaces for 8 bottles of
The apparatus is also supplied by Messrs. Griffin.
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Solution for urea
Solution for chloride
Solution of chloride of Barium
Tartrate of copper solution for estimating sugar
Solution of perchloride of Iron
Solution of acetate of Soda, and acetic acid
Solution of sulphate of Soda
These Solutions vary in price from Is. 6d. to 5s. per lb., and may be obtained, carefully prepared, of Messrs. Bullock and Reynolds.
Apparatus, packed in a properly partitioned Box, with Test
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
The Author proposes to issue further numbers of this work from time to time, na he meets with specimens suitable for illustrations. In future, the execution of the illustrations will be superior to the first two parts, and at least equal to the illustrations of Sputum, the Kidney, and Epithelium, in the present number. Where necessary, coloured plates will be introduced. Each part will contain from four to eight octavo plates, with descriptive letter-press, and two or three will be issued in the course of the year. The price of each part will be 2«. 6d.
Part IV will be published as soon as possible; but, from the nature of the subjects to be illustrated, a longer time must elapse than heretofore, as it is difficult to meet with specimens adapted for illustration.
The Author hopes still to receive the co-operation of friends in procuring specimens, and he desires to thank many for very valuable help.
The subjects to be illustrated in future parts are—Vomit, Sputum, Discharges from the Alimentary Canal, Saliva, Bile, Animal and Vegetable Parasites, &e.
A new title page is furnished with the present part, for the convenience of those who may desire to have the CONSTITUENTS OF THE URINE, URINARY DEPOSITS, and CALCULI, bound at once.
The binder is requested to insert Plates XXIII and XXIV, with the explanations, after Plate XXII.
The plate of the Kidney is to face the title page.