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MATIC PNEUMONIA, 1 vol. Sto. «1 2fl. , grbaT VESSELS. Third American edition.

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18 . HiNBY C. LiA's PuBLicATiONfl — (Practice of Medicine)^
ffOBERTS ( WILLIAM), M. i>.,

•* •' Lecturer on Medicine in th€ Maneheder School of Medicine, Sc.

A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON URINARY AND REXAIL. DIS-

BASES, inoluding Urinary D«p08it8. Illustrated by namerovi ouet and engravincrp f^^e-
ond American, from the Second Revised and Enlarged London Edition. In oik* lar^e
and handsome octavo volnpie of 616 pages, with a colored plate \ extra elotb, $4 50. {J^ntt
Isstied.)
The author has subjected this work to n very thorough revinion, and has sought to embody ia
it the results of the latest experience and investigations. Although every effort has been taade
to keep it within the limits of its former size, it has been enlarged by a hundred pag«e, BianF
new wood -cuts have been introduced, and also a colored plate representing the appearanee nfihe
different varieties of urine, while the price has been retained at the former very moderate rmte.
In every respect it is therefore presented as worthy to maintain the position which it has acquired
as a leading authority on a Inrge, important, and perplexing class of affeotions. A few notieec
of the first edition are appended.

Tim plan, it will than be seen, is very complete, dineapenwe hsTe ezamiaed. It is pecallarlv adapci^
anl the luanuer in which it has been carried out is to Ibe wants of the majority of American practTTfov'
In the l)isbe8t decree satiitfactory. The characters j ers from its clearnes" and simple annonBcement of the
of the difftrent deposits are very well described, and factKin relation to diagnosis and trearment of ortBary
the micro!*copic appearances fhVy present are illuK- I disorders, and contains in oondenfctd form th« iav-esti-
trated by nnmerous well executed engravings It ! gations of Bence Jones, Bird, Beale, HasaalL Ptost,
only remains to us to strongly recommend to oar and a host of other well-known writers apoa this anb-
. ^ ^ , . . j^^^ The characters of arioe, phy*iological aa^ p»-

tliologlcal. astndicaled to the naked eyaa well as hj
microscopical and chemical inrestlgatioas, are eoa-
cisely represented both by description and by well
execated engravings. — CineHinati Joum. t^fMed.



readerH Dr. Roberts's work, as containing an admira-
ble r^^tmi of the present state of knowledge of nri-
nary diseases, and as a safe and reliable guide to the
clinical observer. — Edin. Med. Jour.
The most complete and practical treatise upon renal



■DASH AM (W.R.\ M,D„

JJ Senior PhyHcian to tM WeHmtnHer Hospital, Ac.

RENAL DISEASES : a Clinical Guide to their Diagnosis and Treatment.

With illustrations. In one neat royal 12mo. Tolvme of 304 pages. $3 00.
The chapters on diagnosis and treatment are very | ment render the book pleaslngand convenienL^jCm.

Journ. Med. Science, Jvl] J, 1B70.

A book that we believe will be found a Taloable
ae<ilstant to the practitioner and gnlde tot^ stndeaL
—Baltinutre Med. Journal^ July, 1S70.

The treatise of Dr. Basham differs froai the rest la
Its special adaptation to clinical study, and tts <



rood, and the student and yonng practitioner will
And them full of valuable practical bints. The third
part, on the urine, is excellent, and we cordially
recommend its perusal. The author has arranged
his matter in a somewhat novel, and, we think, ase-
fnl form. Here everything can be easily found, and,
what is more important, easily read, for all the dry



details of larger books here acquire a new Interest ! d«n«»^ »nd almost aphorlsmal style, which makes It
from the author's arrangement. This part of the 1 •»»"y ''««"* •'»<* «»»"y understood. Besides, the



book is full of good work.— J?rif. and For. Medico-
Ohirurgical Review, July, 1870.

The easy descriptions and compact modes of state-



author expresses some new views, which are wsll
worthy of consideration. The volume is a valaable
addition to this department of knowledge.^i'lBct^
Med. and Surg. Journal, July, 1870.



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ONES iC. HANDFIELD), M. />.,

Phystoian to St. Mary's Hospital, Ac.

CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS ON PtJNCTIONAL NERY0U8

DISORDERS. Seoond American Edition. In one handsome ootaTO Tolame of 348 psfM,

extra cloth, $.3 25.
Taken as a whole, the work before us furnishes a I We must cordially recommend it to the proAsaioa
short but reliable account of the pathology and treat- 1 of this country as supplying, in a great measure, s
ment of a class of very common but certainly highly i deflcieocy which exists in the medical literature ef
obscure disorders. The advanced student will find it ; the English language.— iVeto York Med. Joum,, April,
a rich mine of valuable facts, while the medical prao- 1 1867.
Utioner will derive from it many a suggestive hint to i

aid him in the diagnosis of ••nervous cases," and in The volume Is a most admirable one— full of hlati
determining the true Indications for their ameliora- {and practical suggestions. — Canada Med, Joumoi,
tion or cure.— ^«n«r. Joum. Med. ScL, Jan. 1867. i April, 1867.



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LADE (D. i>.), M.D,

DIPHTHERIA ; its Nature and Treatment, with an account of the His-
tory of its Prevalence in varioas Countries. Seoond and revised edition. In one nsal
royal 12mo. volume, extra cloth. $1 25.



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LECTURES ON THE STUDY OF FEVER. In one voL 8vo., ext»

Cloth, $2 60.

TYONS (ROBERT 2>.), K, O. C.
A TREATISE ON FEVER; or, Selections from a Course of Lectures

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W:>UMSTEAD (FREEMAN J.), M.D.,

'^— ^ Profesaor cf Venereal Dieeaeee at the Ool. of Phye. and Surg. , New Torlc, Ac.

THE PATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF VENEREAL DIS-

EASES. Inolnding the results of recent investigations upon the subjeot. Third edition,

rerised and enlarged, with illustrations. In one large and handsome octavo yolume ot

over 700 pages, extra cloth, $5 00 ; leather, $6 00. {Just Issued,)

In preparing this standard work again for the press, the author has subjected it to a very

ftl&orough revision. Many portions have been rewritten, and much new matter added, in order to

"bring it completely on a level with the most advanced condition of syphilography, but by careful

oompression of the text of previous editions, the work has been increased by only sixty-four pages.

^Iie labor thus bestowed upon it, it is hoped, will insure for it a continuance of its position as a

o omplete and trustworthy guide for the practitioner.

much special commendation as if itn predecessors had
not been published. As a thoroughly practical book
on a class of diseases which form a large share o*
nearly every physician's practice, the volume before
na is by far the best of which we have Icnowledge.—
N. r. kedical GasetU, Jan. 28, 1871.

It is rare in the history of medicine to find any one
boolc which contains all that a practitioner needs to



It is the most complete book with which we are ac-

«l.iiainted In the langaa«e. jThe latest views of the

"best authorities are put forward, and the information

fjfl well arranged— a great point for the student, and

«iill more for the practitioner. The sabjects of vis-

oeral syphilis, syphilitic affeetionM of the eves, and

fche treatment of syphilis by repeated inoenlatlons, are

•w^rj fally discussed.— London Lanoett Jan. 7, 1871.

]>r. Bumstead's work is already so aniversally

known as the beet treatise in the English language on

venereal diseases, that it may seem almost snperflu-

oas to say more of It than that a new edition has been

iasned. But the author's industry has rendered this

new edition virtually a new work, and so merits as



flULLERIER (A), and

^ Burgeon to the HtpUaldu Midi.



know ; while the possessor of " Bumstead on Vene^
real" has no occasion to look outside of its covers for
anything practical connected with the diagnosis, his-
tory, or treatment of these affections.—^. T. Medioal
Journal, March, 1871.



T>UMSTEAD (FREEMAN J.),

■*-' Frofeesor of Venereal Diseaeea in the College of
Physicians and Surgeons, y. 7.

AN ATLAS OF VENEREAL DISEASES. Translated and Edited by

Fbbbman J. BuHSTEAD. In one large imperial 4to. volume of 328 pages, double -columns,
with 26 plates, containing about 150 figures, beautifully colored, many of them the siie of
life J strongly bound in extra cloth, $17 00 j also, in five parts, stout wrappers for mailing, at
$3 per part. {Lately Published.) » r . ft-

Anticipating a very large sale for this work, it is offered at the very low price of Thbsb Dol-
LABB a Part, thus placing it within the reaoh of all who are interested in this department of prac-
tfoe. Gentlemen desiring early impressions of the plates would do well to order it without delay.
A specimen of the plates and text sent free by mail, un receipt of 25 cents.
We wish for once that our province was not restrict-
ed to methods of treatment, that we might say some-
thing of the exquisite colored pistes in this volume.
^London Practitioner, May, 186».

As a whole, it teaches all that can be taught by
means of plates and print.— Xontiot* Lancet^ March
IS, 1809.

Superior to anything of the kind ever before issned
CO this continent.— Canada Med. Journal, March, '69.



The practitioner who desires to underHtand this
branch of medicine thoroughly should obtain this,
the most complete and best work ever publl^ed.—
I>om<nion Med. Journal, May, 1669.

This is a work of master hands on both sides. M.
Gallerler is scarcely second to, we think we ma}r truly
say is a peer of the illustrious and Tenerable Rieord,
while In this country we do not hesitate to say that
Dr. Bumstead, as an authority, is without a rival.
Assuring our readers that these illustrations tell the
whole history of venereal disease, from its inception
to its end, we do not know a single medical work,



which for Its kind is more necessary for them to have.
— Ozii/jmia Med. OaeeUe, March, 1869.

The most splendidly illustrated work In the lan«
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Prenob original.— .im.J'ottm. Med. Sciences, Jan. '69.

The fifth and concluding number of this magnificent
work has reached us, and we have no hesitation in
sajrlng that its illustrations surpass those of preyious
numbers.— .Bo«fon Med, and Surg. Journal, Jan. 14,
1869.

Other writers besides M. Gullerier have given us a
good account of the diseases of which he treats, but
no one has furnished us with such a complete series
of illustrations of the venereal diseases. There is,
howsTer, an additional Interest and value possessed
by the volume before as ; for It is an American reprint
and translation of M. Gnllerier's work, with inci-
dental remarks by one of the most eminent American
syphilographers, Mr. Bumstead. — jBrit. and For.
Medico-Cfhir. Retfiew, July, 1869.



IP



LL (BERKELEY),

Surgeon to the Lock Hospital, London.



ON SYPHILIS AND LOCAL CONTAGIOUS DISORDERS. In

one handsome octavo volume ; extra cloth, $3 25. {Lately Published.)



Bringing, aii it does, the entire literature of the dis-
ease down to the present day, and giring with great
ability the results of modern research, it is in every
respect a most desirable work, and one which should
find a place in the library of every surgeon.— Cai<-
fomia Med. Oatette, June, 1869.

Considering the scope of the book and the careful
attention to the manifold aspects and details of its
subjeet, it Is wonderfully concise. All these qualities
render It an especially valuable book to the beginner,



to whom we would most earnestly recommend Its
study ; while it is no less useful to the practitioner.—
St. Louis Med. and Surg. Journal, May, 1869.

The most convenient and ready book of referenee
we have met with.— ^. T. Med. Record, May 1, 1869.

Most admirably arranged for both student and prac-
titioner, no other work on the snbjeet equals it ; It la
more simple, more easily studied.— fu/ofo Jfsd. and
Surg. Journal, March, 1669.



i^EISSL (/?.), M.D.

A COMPLETE TREATISE ON VENEREAL DISEASES. Trans-
lated from the Second Enlarged German Edition, by Fbbdbbic B. Stubgis, M.D. In ont
octavo volume, with illastriltions. {Prepartjt^.)



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Hbnby C. Lia's PuBLiOATiONfl — {ZHsetues of the Skin).



TXTILSON (ERASMUS), F,R.S.
'^ON DISEASES OF THE SKIN. With Illustrations on wood. Sev-
enth American, from the sixth and enlarged Engliah edition. In onel&rge octAVO -roliiDe

of over 800 pages, $5.

A SERIES OF PLATES ILLUSTRATING "WILSON ON DIS-
EASES OF THE SKIN," consisting of twenty beautifully executed plat-es, cf wbieb thir-
teen are exquisitely colored, presenting the Normal Anatomy and Pathology or tKe S1±d,
and embracing accurate representations of about one hundred varieties of diaeA^e, znoat etf
them the size of nature. Price, in extra cloth, $5 50.
Alao, the Text and Plates, bound in one handsome volume. Extra cloth, $10.

No one treating skin diseaeea should 1>a vitbosi
a copy of thl« standard work. — Oanadft L^^^e^
iogust, lS6.n.

We CHD safely recommend It to the pr<rfiuiitalo« a»
the be^t work on the subject now in ecamtmmcm is
the English Language.~Jf»2ieaZ Timtg atui



bach a work &h the one before as Is a most capital
and acceptable h«lp. Mr. Wilson has long been held
as high aathorlty in this department of medicine, and
his book on diseases of the skin has long been re-
garded as one or the best text-books extant on the
■abject. The present edition is oarefally prepared,
and brought up in its revision to the present time In
th'.B edition w«^ have also included the beantifal series
of plates lllnstrative of the text, and in the last edi-
tion pabllHhed separately. There are twenty of these
platen, nearly all of them colored to nature, and ex-
iiibittng with great fldelity the various groups of
diseases. -^CincTinnati Lancet.



Mr. Wilson's volume is aa excellent d!gp«t of thm
actual amount of knowledge of entan«>oa*^ dic a a wPM ;
It includes almost every fact or opinion of import ■ n n«
connected with the anatomy and pathology ef thm
skin.— J7riti»^ and Foreign Medical Review.



»r THE 8 A MB AUTHOR.

THE STUDENT'S BOOK OF CUTANEOUS MEDICINE and I>is-

■ABBS or TBI BKiir. In one very handflome royal 12mo. yolume. $3 50. {Lately Isnaad.}



^ELIGAN (J.MOORE), M,D.,M,R.LA.

^ A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON DISEASES OF THE SKIJT.

Fifth American, from the second and enlarged Dublin edition by T. W. Belefaer, M. I).
In one neat royal 12mo. volume of 462 pages, extra cloth. $2 25.



their value justly estimated; in a word, the work la
fully up to the times, aad is thoroughly stocked •m\th
most valuable inforuiatioii.— iVeie Ytjrk Med. Meccrd,
Jan. Iff, 1867.

The most oonveaieni manual of dleeasee of tb«
skin that can be procured by the atudeat — Gdeago
Med. Journal, Dee. 1866.



Fully eqnal to all the requirements of students and
young practitioners.— Ptfi/in Med, Prest.

Of the remainder of the work we have nothing be-
yond unqnalifled commendation to offer. It Is so far
the most complete one of its size that has appeared,
and for the student there can be none which can com-
pare with it in practical value. All the late disco-
veries in Dermatology have been duly notieed, and
Q7 THE SAME AUTHOR.

ATLAS OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES. In one beautiful quarto

volume, with exquisitely colored plates, ^., presenting about one hundred varieties d

disease. Extra cloth, $5 50.
The diagnosis of eruptive disease, however, under
all circumstances, is very difficult. Nevertheless,
Dr. Neligan has certainly, "as far as possible," given
a faithful and accurate representation of this class of
diseases, and there can be no doubt that these plates
will be of great use to the student and practitioner in
drawing a diagnosis as to the class, order, and species
to which the particular ease may belong. While
looking over the ^'Atlas'* we have been induced to
examine also the "Praotleal Treatise." and we are



inclined to consider It a very superior work,
bining accurate verbal description with sound virwa
of the pathology and trwitmeut of eruptive dlmnnss.
—Olasffow Med. Journal.

A compend which will very much aid the prastl>
tloner in this difflcnlt branch of dlagnocia Takes
with the beautiful plates of the Atlas, which are re>
markable for their aceuraoy and beauty of colorla^
it constitutes a very valuable addition to the library
of a practical man. — Svffalo Med. Journal.



TIILLIER (THOMAS), M.D.,

•*"^ Physician tothe Skin Department of UntveraUy College HotpUal, Jte.

HAND-BOOK OF SKIN DISEASES, for Students and Practitioners-
Second American Edition. In one royal 12mo. volume of 358 pp. With IllastratioBt.
Extra cloth, $2 25.

We can conscientiously recommend it to the stu- It is a concise, plain, practical treatise on the varl-

dent; the style is clear and pleaeanfto read, the ous diseases of the skin ; Just sueh a work. Indeed,

matter is good, and the descriptions of disease, with as was much needed, both by medical etudenta aad

the modes of treatment recommended, are frequently praotitionera -~ Ohicago Medical HxamUner, May,

Illustrated with welKrecorded eases.— XKmdon Med. 1866.
Times and OoMette, April 1, 1865.



ANDERSON (McC ALL), M.D.,

-^^ PhyHcian to the Diepeneary for Skin Diteaeea, Olaegow, Ac,

ON THE TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF THE SKIN. With an

Analysif of Eleven Thousand GonBeoutive Cases. In one vol. 8vo. $1. {Jttst Ready,)

The very practical character of this work and the extensive experience of the author, eannot

(ail to render it acceptable to the subscribers of the " Ambricam Journal of the Msdical

SciBNCEs." When completed in the <*Nbws ahd Library," it will be issaed separately ia a

neat octavo volume.



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J^MITH (J. LB WIS), Af. Z).,

A^ Professor of Morbid Anatomy in the Bellmme HospUal Med. OoUBge, K. T.

A COMPLETE PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OP

CHILDREN. Second Edition, revised and greatly enlarged. In one handsome octavo
volume of 742 pages, extra oloth, $5; leather, $6. {Just Issued,)
From the Prsfacb to thk Second Edition.

In presenting to the profession the second edition of his work, the author gratefully acknow-
ledges the favorahle reception accorded to the first. He has endeavored to merit a continaanoe
of this approbation by rendering the volume much more complete than before. Nearly twenty
additional diseases have been treated of, among which may be named Diseases Incidental to
Birth, Rachitis, Tuberculosis, Scrofula, Intermittent, Remittent, and Typhoid Fevers, Chorea,
and the various forms of Paralysis. Many new formulss, which experience has shown to be
useful, have been introduced, portions of the text of a less praotioal nature have been con-
densed, and other portions, especially those relating to pathological histology, have been
rewritten to correspond with recent discoveries. Every effort has been made, however, to avoid
an undue enlargement of the volume, but, notwithstanding this, and an increase in the size of
the page, the number of pages has been enlarged by more than one hundred.

227 West 49th Street, New York, April, 1872.

The work will be found to oontain nearly one-third more matter than the previous edition, ond
it ia confidently presented as in every respect worthy to be received as the standard American
text- book on the subject.

Eminently practical as well aa Judlcions in Its



We regard It as superior to any other hitigle work
on the dlHeasea of infancy and childhood. — Detroit
Sev. of Med. and Pharmacy, Aug. 1872.



We confess to increased enthatsiasm in recommend-
ing this second edition.— ;9< Louie Med. and Surg.



iet^ehiugs.— Cincinnati Lancet and Oba., July, 1672

A fttandard work that leaves little to be desired. —
IndUina Journal of Medicine^ July, 1872.

We know of no book on this subject that we can
more cordially recommend to the medical stndent I JoumaXf Aug. 1872.
and the practitioner.— afne<nna» Clinic, June 29, '72. 1

flONDIE (D. FRANCIS), M.D.

^ A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN.

Sixth edition, revised and angmented. In one large octavo volume of nearly 800 elosely-
printed pages, extra cloth, $5 25 ; leather, $6 25. {Lately Issttsd.)



The present edition, which la the sixth, is fully np
to the times in thediseussionof all those points in the

Eathology and treatment of infantile diseases which
ave been brought forward by the German and French



teachers. Ad a whole, however, the work is the best
American one that we have, and In its special adapta-
tion to Ameriean practitioners it certainly has no
aqnal. — A'ew T&rk Med. Record, March 2, 1868.



T^EST (CHARLES), M.D.,

^ ^ Pkyeieian to the Moepital/or Sick Children, Ac.

LECTURES ON THE DISEASES OP INFANCY AND CHILD-

HOOD. Fourth American from the fifth revised and enlarged English edition. In one
large and handsome ootavo volume of 656 elosely-printed pages. Extra oloth, $4 50 ;
leather, $5 60.

Of all the English writers on the diseases of chil- 1 living authorities In the difflcolt department of medl>
dren, there is no one so entirely fiatisfkctory to us as | cal science in which he is most widely known.—
Dr. Wcbt. For years we have held his opinion as Boston Med. and Surg. Journal, April 26, 1866.
Jndlclal, and have regarded him as one of the highest |

£T THE SAME AUTHOR. {Lately Issued.)

ON SOME DISORDERS OP THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IN CHILD-
HOOD; being the Lumleian Lectures delivered at the Royal College of Physicians of Lon-
don, in March, 1871. In one volume, small 12mo., extra cloth, $1 00.

'MITH {EUSTACE), M. D„

Physician to the Northwest London Free IHspensary for Sick Children.

A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE WASTING DISEASES OP

INFANCY AND CHILDHOOD. Second Ameriean, from the second revised and enlarged
English edition. In one handsome ootavo volume, extra cloth, $2 50. (Lately Issued.)



§



This is in every way an admirable book. The
modest title which the author has chosen for it scarce-
ly conveys an adequate idea of the many (ubjeets
apoa which it treats. WHsting is so constant an at-
tendant upon the maladies of childhood, that a trea-
tise upon the wasting diseases af children must neees
•arily embrace the Gonslderaffon of many affections

Jr which it is a symptom ; and this is excellently well
on« by Dr. Smith. The book might fairly be de-



scribed as a practical handbook of the common dis-
eases of children, so numerous are the affections eon-
bldered either collaterally or directly. We are
acquainted with no safer guide to the treatment of
children's diseases, and few works give the insight
into the physiological and other peculiarities of chil-
dren that Dr. Smith's book does.— .Brit. Med. Joum.,
April 8, 1871.



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VERSA NT [P,),M.D.,

Honorary Surgeon to the Hosp^alfor Sick Children^ Paris.

SURGICAL DISEASES OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. Trans-

lated by R. J. Dukglibon, M. D. In one neat ootavo volume, extra oloth, $2 60. {Now
Ready.)

D1WBB8 ON THE PHYSICAL AJVD HBDICAL TSBATMKNT OF GHILDBBN. Eleventh edition. 1 voL
8vo. of MS pages. $2 80.



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