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194; MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE.

CroHther (C.) Observations on the Management of the Pauper Lunatic

Asyhim at Wakefield, 8vo, Wakefield, 1830.
Duacan (Andrew Sen.) Address couccriiing^ a Lunatic Asylum, 4to,

Ediii. 1807. ^2 copies.)

Observations on Lunatic Asylums, 4to, Edin. 1809.

Letter on Lunatic Asylums, 8vo, Edin. 1818.

Halliday (Sir Andrew) General View of the Present State of Lunatics

and Lunatic Asylums in Great Britain and Ireland, 8vo, Lond. 1828.
Madhouses, Observations on the Structure of, includiufr Treatise by Dr.

A. Duncan, and Report of Select Committee of House of Commons

upon, 4to, Edin. 18:^9.
Report of Committee of the House of Coramous respecting-, Svo,

Lond. 1815.
Tuke (S.) Description of the Retreat, an Institution for Insane Persons,

near York, 4to, York, 1813.



O. TOXICOLOGY.

a. General Works on Poisons.

Christison (R.) Treatise on Poisons, Svo, Edin. 1829.
The same book, 2d Edit. 8vo, Edin. 1832.

The same book, 3d Edit, bvo, Edin. 1835.

De Salle (Eusebe) A Synoptical Table of the Mineral and Vegetable

Poisons, Nos. I. XL
Dioscorides (Pedacius) De Venenis Liber L fol. Colonise, 1529.
Fontana (Felice) Sur les Poisons et sur lo Corps Animal, 2 torn. 4to,

Florence, 1781, (^2 copies.)
Iloulston (Thomas) On Poisons, &c. Svo, Edin. 1787.
Mead (Richard) Essay on Poisons, Svo, Lond. 1747.
Mercurialis (Hieron.) De Morbis Venenosis et Venenis, ext. in Opuscul.

Aur. Select, fol. Venet. 1644.
Orfila (M. P.) Toxicologic Generale, 2 tomes en 4 parties, Svo, Paris,

1814-15.

The same book translated, 2 vols. Svo, Lond. 1815-17.

Le raeme livre, 2de Edit. 2 tom. Svo, Paris, ISIS.

Secours a douner aux Personnes Empoisonuees ou Asphyxiees,

12mo, Paris, 1818.

Traite' des Poisons, 2 tom. Svo, Paris, 1826.

Plenck (Joseph. Jac.) Toxicologia, Edit. 2da, Svo, Vienn. 1801.
Kamesay (W.) Treatise on I^oisons, 12mo, Lond. 1061.



b. Works on Particular Poisons.



Accnm (Fred.) On Adulterations of Food, and Culinary Poisons, 12mo,

Lond. 1820.
BuUiard (M.) Histoire des Plantes Veneneuseset Suspectes de la France,

fol. Paris, 1784.
Le menie livre, 2de Edit. Svo, Paris, 1798.



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Christison (R.) and Coindet (C.) Experimental Inquiry on Poisoning by

Oxalic Arid, 8vo, Edin. 1823.
Deo-ener (J. Hart.) De Morte per Mercurium Subliraatum emplastro

applicatum inducta, Svo, Traj. Rhen. ITo^.
Fortbergill (A.) Cautions respecting tbe Poisons of Lead and Copper,

Svo, Bath, 1790.
Gurisch (AI.) Consideratio Physico-^IedicoForensis de Saliva Humana,

4to, Lips. 1729.
Janin (M.) Nouvelles Experiences sur TAntiraephitisme; sur la Mort

d'uu Homme a THotel de Grenade, Svo, Vienii. et Geiiev. 17S4.
Johnstone (John) Essay on Mineral Poisons, Svo, Evesham, 1795.
Lamb (William) On the Properties of Spring Water, with Medical Cau-
tions against the Use of Lead, Svo, Loud. 1803.
Marshall (John) On Arsenic, considered as a Poison and as a Medicine,

&c. Svo, Lond. 1817.
Platnerus (Ern.) De Veneficio per Arsenicum Observatio, 4to, Lips.

1805.



c. Criminal Trials for Poiso7iing.



Bostock (John) Vindication of his Opinion in Miss Burns' Case, Svo,

Liverpool, 1808.
Carson (J.) Remarks on the Vindication of Gerard, Bostock, and Hay,

Svo, Liverpool, 1808.
Donellan, John, Esq. Trial of, for the Wilful Murder of Sir Theodosius

E. A. Boughton, 3d Edit. fol. Lond. 1781, reported by Gurney.
Gerard (James) Vindication of his Opinion in Miss Burns' Case, Svo,

Liverpool, ISOS.
Hay (J. F.) Vindication of his Opinion in Miss Burns' Case, Svo, Liverp.

1808.
Jones ( VVm. Jun ) Trial of C. Angus, for the Murder of Margaret Burns,

Svo, Liverpool, 1808.
Rutter (John) Vindication of his Opinion in Miss Burns' Case, Svo,

Liverpool, 1808.
Mackintosh (John) Reply to Prof. Christison respecting Mrs.^ Smith's

Case, Svo, Edin. 18 - ^7.



6. ASPHYXIA ASD ITS TREATMENT-



Clanny (W. R.) Lecture upon tlic Zopuron, 4to, Sunderland, 1626.
Fuller (John) Hints on the Recovery of Persons apparently Dead, Svo,
Lond. 178L

(For further Works on this Subject, I'id. j). 4".)



396 MEDICAL POLICE.



7. ON THE CERTAINTY OF THE SIGNS OF DEATH AND THE DANGER OF
PREMATURE INTERMENT.



Allisou (E. D.) Letters on the Early Interment of Persons who die of

Cholera, 8vo, Edin. 1832,
Camereri (J. G.) De Sia^nis Mortis Diagnosticis, Svo, Argent. 1785, ext.

in Frank. Delect. Tom. VIII. p. 107.
Davis (J. B.) Projet de Reglement concernant les Deces, Svo, Verdun,

1806.
Louis (Antoine) Lettres sur la Certitude des Signes de la Mort, 12mo,

Paris, 1753.
Taylor (Joseph) On the Dauger of premature Interment, 12niO, Lond.

1816.



8. JUDICIAL POST MORTEM EXAMINATIONS.



Chaussier (M. F.) Recueil de Me'moires de Medecine Legale, Svo, Paris,

1826.
Orfila et Lesueur (MM.) Traite des Exhumations Juridiques, 2 torn.

Svo, Paris, 1831.
Rose (Dr.) Manuel d'Autopsie Cadaverique Me'dico-L^gale, par C. C. H.

Marc, Svo, Paris, 1808.
Schoeiimezel (Franc.) De Scctione Anatomicti Cadaverum de Autochiria

Suspectorum, Svo, Heidelberg. 1766, ext. in Frank. Delect. Tom. I.

p. 65.



IL MEDICAL POLICE.



A. GENEBAL WORKS.



Danilensky (J. L.) De Magistratu Medico felicissimo, Gott. 1784', ext. in

Frank. Del. Tom. V.
Frank (Jo. Pet.) Epistola Invitatoria ad Eruditos, de Communicandis

quae ad Politiam Medicam spectant Principum ac Legislatorum Dc-

cretis, Gott. 1776, ext. ibid. Tom. I. p. 329.



jMEdical police. 197

Frank (Jo. Pet.) De Populorura Miseria Morborura Genitrici, Ticini,

1790, ext. ibid. p. 341.

Idem liber, ext. ibid. Tom. IX. p. 305.

Geuiis (M. Van) Orationes duae de Civium Valetudine, Hardervici Gebr.

4to, 1791.
Heberden (William) On the Increase and Decrease of different Diseases,

-Ito, Lond. 1801.
Heister (E. F.) De Principum Ciira circa Sanitatem Subditorum, Ilelmst.

1738, ext. in Frank. Del. Tom. III.
Hossack (David) On the means of improving^ the Medical Police of the

City of New York, ea-t in Essays on Various Subjects, Vol. II. p. 1.

8vo, New York, 1824'.
Mahon (P. A. O.) Me'decine Legale, et Police Me'dicale, 3 tom. 8vo,

Paris, 1801.
Roberton (John) On Medical Police, Diet, Regimen, &c. 2 vols. 8vo,

Edin, 1809,



B. WORKS ON PARTICULAR DEPARTMENTS OF MEDICAL POLICE.
1. ON QUARANTINE LAWS AND DISINFECTING AGENTS.

a. Quarantine Laws.

Bell (Geo. H.) Letter to Sir Henry Halford on the Tendency of the pro-
posed Regulations regarding Cholera, Svo, Edin. 1831.

Maclean (Charles) Evils of Quarantine Laws, and non-existence of Pesti-
lential Contagion, 8vo, Lond. 1824.

Tolon (Maur, de) Le Capuciu Charitable, Svo, Lyon, 1721.

b. Disinfecting Agents.



Alcock (T.) On Chlorurets of Soda and Lime as Disinfecting Ao-enis, Svo
Lond. 1827.

Alexander (W.) Experimental Essays, 8vo, Lond. 1768.

Boissieu (M. de) Sur les Antiseptiques, Svo, Dijon, 1769.

Bordenave (M.) Sur les Antiseptiques, Svo, Dijon, 1769,

Brownrigg (William) On the Means of destroying Contagion, 4to, Lond.
1771,

Henry (W.) Experiments on the Disinfecting Powers of Increased Tem-
peratures, Svo, 1831.

Johnstone (John) Reply to Dr. Carmichael Smith respecting the Dis-
covery of a Power of the Mineral Acids in destroving Contagion,
Svo, Lond. 1805.

Morveau (Guyton) On the Means of Purifying Infected Air, translated

by Hall, Svo, Lond. 1802.
Smyth (Jas. Carmichael) Experiment to Determine the Effect of Nitrous
Acid in destroying Contagion, Svo, Lond, 1796.

— - On the Effect of Nitrous Vapour in preventing and destroying
Contagion, Svo, Lond. 1799.

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198 MEDICAL POLICE.

Smj'tli (J. Carmichael) Letter to Mr. ^Vilbprforcc on Cliaptal's Heport,
and on Morvoau's Claim to the Discovery ot" the Power of Acid
Gases on Contai>ion, 8vo, Lond. 1805.

Stang-er (C.) On Suppressing Contagious Fever in the Metropolis, 12mo,
Lond, 1802.

Tolon (Maur. de) Le Capucin Charitable, 8vo, Lyon, 1721.



2. ON THE EFFECTS OF CHOAK DAMP AND MIASMATA.

Caillard (J. L.) Sur les Dangers des Emanations Marc'cageuses, &c. 8vo,

Paris, 1816.
Dewar (Henry) Letter to Dr. Trotter on his Proposal for destroying the

Fire and Choak- Damps, Svo, Manchest.
Martin (M.) Lettre sur un Accident occasione par la Vapeur du Char-

bon, Svo, Paris, 1 775.
Portal (Le Baron) Sur les EfFets des Vapeurs Mephitiques, Svo, Paris,

1775.
Trotter (Thos.) Proposals for destroying the Fire and Choak Damps of

Coal Mines, 8vo, Newcastle, 1805-0.



3. ON THE MANAGEMENT AND DISEASES OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.

a. Hospitals, Prisons, and Workhouses.

Blizard (Sir W.) Suggestions for the Improvement of Hospitals, Svo, Lond.

1790.
Vorschliige zur Verbesserung dcr Hospitaler, &c., aus dem Engl.

mit Zusjitzen von Dr. Albers, Svo, Jena, 1799.
Clark (.lohn, M. D.) On Fever Wards, 12rao, Newcastle, 1802.
Dewar (Henry) Essay on Medical Charities, 4to, Edin. 1818.
Good (J. M.) On the Diseases of Prisons and Poor-Houses, 12mo, Lond.

1795.
Ilighmore (A.) Pietas Londinensis, or an Account of the Various Public

Charities in and near London, Svo, Lond. 1814.
Howard (John) On the State of Prisons in England and Wales, 2 vols.

4to, Warring. 1777.

Account of Lazarettoes, 4to, Lond. 17S9.

Ibcrti (M.) Observations C'eneralcs sur les Hopitaux, Svo, Londres,

1 788.
Sylvester (Chas.) The Philosophy of Domestic Economy, as exemplified

in the Arrangements adopted in the Derbyshire General Infirmary,

4to, Nottingham, 1819.
Tolon (Maur. de) Le Capucin Charitable, Svo, Lyon, 1721.



MEDICAL POLICE. 199

VVardrop (A.) Address to the Royal Collejife of Surgeons, on the regulation
of the Surgical Department of the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh,
4to, lidin. ISOO.

b. Lunatic Asj/lums.

(Kid. p. 193.)



4. FEIGSED, DISSEMBLED, AND IMPUTED DISEASES.



Henderson (Alexander) Examination of the Impostor Anne Moore^ 8vo,

Lond. 1813.
Renwick (Thomas) Narrative of the Case of Miss Margaret M'Avoy, &c.

Lond. 1817.
Continuation of the Narrative of the Case of Miss M. M'Avoy, 8vo,

Lond. 1820.



5. ON POPULATION, LONGEVITY. AND RATE OF MORTALITY.

Black (W.) Comparative View of the Mortality of the Human Species,

8vo, Lond. 1788.
Analysis of the Diseases and Mortality of the Human Species, 8vo,

Lond. 1789.
Cheyne (Geo.) Essay on Health and Long Life, 7th Edit. 8vo, Lond.

1725.
Idem liber, Editio Latina, Anglica multo auctior et limatior, 8vo,

Lond. 1726.
Fischer (Jo. Bern.) De Senio, 8vo, Erford. 1750.
Malthus (T. R.) Essay on the Principle of Population, 4to, Lond. 1803.

The same book, 4th Edit. 2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1807.

Additions to the 4th and former editions, 8vo, Lond. 1817.

Mansford (John G.) Inquiry into the Influence of Situation on Pulmon-
ary Consumption, and on the Duration of Life, 8vo, Lond. 1818.
Sadler (M. T.) The Law of Population, 2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1830.
Sinclair (Sir John) Code of Health and Longevity, 4 vols. 8vo, Edin.

1807.
Tralles (Balth. Lud.) De Vita Longa et Sana Portanda, 4to, Uratislav.

1767.



MEDICAL LITERATURE.



I. GENERAL WORKS ON MEDICAL LITERATURE.



Anatomie et Physiologie, Dictionnaire Raisonne de, 2 tomes, 12mo, Paris,

1766.
Anecdotes, Medical, Chemical, and Chirurgical, 2 vols, (bound in 1,)

12mo, Lend. 1816.
Alder (Thomas) On the Difficulties and Imperfections of Medicine, 4to,

Lond. 1685.
Barker (John) Essay on the Agreement betwixt Ancient and Modern

Physicians in Acute Diseases, 8vo, Lond. IT'iS.
Bartholinus (Thomas) De Medicis Poetis, ]2mo, Hafnise, 1669.
Beddoes (Thomas) Letter to Sir Joseph Banks on the Causes and Re-
moval of the Imperfections of Medicine, 8vo, Lond. 1808.
BInne (Sir Gilbert) Elements of Medical Lop;ic, 8vo, Lond. 1819.
Bouillaud (J.) Essai snr la Philusophie Me'dicale, et sur les Generalites

de la Cliniijiie Medicale, 8vo, Paris, 1836.
Brewer (C.)Bibliotheque Germanique Medico-Chirurgicale, 8 tomes, Bvo,

Paris, 1799.
Brown (John) Observations on the Old System of Physic, Bvo, Edin.

1787.
Brunet (J. C.) Manuel du Libraire, &c. 4 torn. 8vo, Paris, 1814.
Cabanis (P. J. G.) Sur la Certitude de la Me'dccine, 8vo, Paris, 1803.

Revolutions of Medical Science, trans. 8vo, Lond. 1806.

Catalogus Librorum ad Rem Medicam spcctautium in Bibliotheca Ac-
ademic Edinburgensis, 8vo, Edin. 1798.
Copland (James) IMedical Bibliography, ext. in Medical Dictionary, Parts

I. II. III. 8vo, Lond. 1832-35. (unfinished.)
Douglas (Jac) Bibliographiae Anatomicae Specimen, 8vo, Lugd. Bat.

1734.
Forbes (J.) Select Medical Bihliography, ext. in Cyclopaedia of Practical

Medicine, 4 aoIs. &vo, Lond. 1832-35.
Girou (Charles) Philosophie Physiologique, Politique, et Morale, 8vo,

Paris, 1828.
Gulliier (Jos. Wm.) On the Philosophy of Medicine, 8vo, Edin. 1809.
Ilaller (Albert von) Bibliotheca Botauica, 2 tom. 4to, Loud. 1771.

Bibliotheca Anatomica, 2 t(im. 4to, Tigur. 1774.

Bibliotheca Mcdioo-Practica, 3 toui. 4to, Bern. 1776.

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204 MEDICAL LITERATURE.

Harle (Jon.) On the State of Physic in the Old and New Testament,

8vo, Lend. 1729.
Jourdan (A. J. L.) Dictionnaire Raisonne Etymologique, Synonymique, et

Polyjilotte, des Termes usites dans les Sciences Katurelles, 2 tomes,

8voi Paris, 1834.
Kuhn (D. C. G.) Bibliotheca IMedica, Tom. I. 8vo, Lipsiac, 1794.
Lettsom (J. C.) Hints to promote Beneficence, Temperance, and Medical

Science, 3 vols. 8vo, Lond. 18 IG.
Linden (Jo. A. Vander) De Scriptis Medicis, 4to, Amst. 1662.
Linnaeus (Car.) Bibliotheca Botanica, 12mo, Amst. 1736.
Macfarlan (J. F.) Catalogus Methodicus Dissertat. ad Rem Medicam

Spectantium in Bibliotheca Societatis Medicse Edinburg-ensis, MS.
Mangetus (Jo. J.) Bibliotheca Scriptorum Mcdicorum, 4 tom. fol. Genev.

1731.
Morgan (T.) Philosophical Principles of Medicine, 8vo, Lond. 1725.
Percival (Thomas) Medical Ethics, 8vo, Manchester, 1803. f2 copies. J

The same book, I2mo, Lond. 1827.

Ploucquet (G. G.) Initia Bibliotheca^ Medico-Practicse, et Chirurgicae,

8 tom. 4to, Tubing. 1793-97.
Siipplementa Initiorum Bibliothecse Medico-Practicae, 2 tom. 4to,

Tubing. 1799-1800.

Literatura Medica digesta, 4 tom. 4to, Tubing. 1808-9.

Literaturse Medicae digestae Supplementum L 4to, Tubing. 1814.

Keinesius (Thomas) Epistolae de Variis Scriptoribus, 4to, Jenor, 1767.
Richerand (Anthelme) Des Erreurs Populaires relatives a la Medecine,

8vo, Paris, 1812.
Roullier (Auguste) Essai sur la Philosophic Medicale, 8vo, Paris, 1813.
Sutherland (Alex.) Attempts to revive Ancient Medical Doctrines, 8vo,

Lond. 1762.
Turton (W.) Medical Glossary, 4to, Lond. 1797.
Watt (Robert) Bibliotheca Britannica, a General Index to British and

Foreign Literature, 4 vols. 4to, Edin. 1824.
Young (Thomas) Introduction to Medical Literature, and Practical

Nosology, 8vo, Lond. 1813. f2 copies. J
The same book, 2d Edit. 8vo, Lond. 1823.



II. HISTORY OF MEDICINE.



Alison (\V. P.) History of Medicine in the present Century, ezt. in
Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine, 4 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1832-35.

Alpinus (Prosper) De Medicina ^Egyptiorum, 4to, Paris, 1645. f2 copies.)

Artis MediccB Principes post Hippocratem et Galeuum, a Stephano,
2 tom. fol. Francof. 1567.

Bartholinus (T.) De Medicina Domestica Danorum, 12mo, Hafniae, 1666.

Becker (F. W.) Uebcr die Medicinalanstalten, &c. in Gross-Britannieu,
8vo, 1826.

Black (W.) History of Medicine and Surgery, 8vo, Lond. 1782.

Bontius (J.) De Medicina Indorum, 4to, Paris, 1645.

The same book, translated, 8vo, Lond. 1769.



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i^elrical %iUvatmXi



MEDICAL LITERATURE. 207

Turner (Thos.) On the Medical Profession, and the Elementary Edu-
cation of the Student, 8vo, Lond. 1825.



IV. MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS, INCLUDING UNIVER-
SITIES, HOSPITALS, &c.



Aikin (John) Thoughts on Hospitals, 8vo, Lond. 1771.

Allison (E. I).)On instituting a Friendly Association of the Medical

Profession, 8vo, Ediu. 1826.
Blizard (Sir W.) Suggestions for the Improvement of Hospitals, 8vo,

Lond. 179G.
Vorschlage zur Verhesserung der Hospitaler, &c. aus dem Englisch.

mit Zusatzen von Dr. Albers, 8vo, Jena, 1799.
Bell (Benjamin) Observations on the Mode of Attendance of the Sur-
geons of Edinburgh on the Royal Infirmary, 4 to, Edin. 1800.
Bower (Alex.) History of the University of Edinburgh, 3 vols. 8vo,

Edin. 1817-30.
Brocklesby (Richard) Economical and Medical Observations on Military

Hospitals and on Camp Diseases, Svo, Lond. 1764.
Bushnan (J, S.) Letter regarding a Lunatic Asylum in Dumfries, Svo,

Dumfries, 1831.
Carter (H. W.) Short account of some of the principal Hospitals of

France, Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, &c. Svo, Lond.

1819.
Clark (John, M.D.) On Fever Wards, 12mo, Newcastle, 1802.
Crawfurd (T. H.) History of the University of Edinburgh from 1580 to

1646, Svo, Edin. 1808.
Cross (J.) Sketches of the Medical Schools at Paris, Svo, Lond. 1815.
Crowther (C.) Observations on the IManagement of the Pauper Lunatic

Asylum at Wakefield, Svo, Wakefield, 1830.
Dewar (Henry) Essay on Medical Charities, 4to, Edin. 1818.
Duncan (Andrew, Sen.) Address concerning a Lunatic Asylum, 4 to,

Edin. 1807. f2 copies.)

Observations on Lunatic Asylums, 4to, Edin. 1809.

Letter on Lunatic Asylums, 4to, Edin. 1818.

Letter on the Lock Hospital, Svo, Edin. 1825.

Short Account of the Buildings belonging to the Royal Medical

Society of Edinburgh, with the Addresses of Drs. Duncan, Parry,

and Blane, Svo, Edin. 1819.
Frank (Jo. Pet.) De Institutis Clinicis, Ticini, 1785, ext. in Frank.

Delect. Tom. VIII. p. 323.
Halliday (Sir A.) General view of the present state of Lunatics and

Lunatic Asylums in Great Britain and Ireland, Svo, Lond. 1828.
Highmore (A.) Pietas Londinensis, or an Account of the various Public

Charities in or near London, Svo, Lond. 1814.
Howard (John) On the State of Prisons in England and Wales, 2 vols.

4to, Warrington, 1777.



208 MEDICAL LITERATDRE.

Howard (John) Account of Lazarettoes, 4to, Lond. 1789.

Hunter (A.) Account of York Hospital, 8vo, N. D.

lujirmart/, Ko3'al, of Edinburgh.

History and Statutes of, 4to, Edin. J 778.

Account of Dispute between the Students of Medicine and the

Managers of, 4to, Edin. 1783.

The same in MS. 8vo.

Report of Committee appointed to inquire into its State by the

General Court of Contributors held on the 5th of January 1818, fol.
Edin. 1818.

Two letters to the General Court of Contributors by a Contributor,

with various reports relative to the Inquiry into its state, 8vo, Edin.
J818.

Ibcrti (M.) Observations Gene'rales sur les Hopitaux, 8vo, Londres, 1788.

Johnson (J.) Guide to the Edinburgh Students of Medicine, 8vo, Lond.
1792.

Madhouses, Observations on the Structure of, including a Treatise by
Dr. A. Duncan, and Report of Select Committee of House of Com-
mons upon, 4to, Edin. 1823.

Report of Committee of House of Commons i-especting, 8vo, Lond.

1815.

Mosely (Benj.) Medical Tracts — On Hospitals, Prisons, &c. 8vo, Lond.
1800.

Murray (T. A.) Remarks on the Situation of the Poor, 8vo, Lond. 1801.

Nisbet (Wm.) Edinburgh School of Medicine, 4 vols. 12mo, Lond. 1802.

Ophthalmic Hospital, Report from the Select Committee on the, 8vo,
Lond, 1821.

Physic, Schools of, Dublin and Edinburgh, comprehensive view of, 8vo,
Dublin, 1818.

Roux (P. G.) Narrative of a Journey to London in 1814, 8vo, Lond. 1816.

Russell (James) Remarks concerning the Professorship of Surgery, 8vo,
Edin, 1827,

Storer (John) Hints on the Constitution of Dispensaries, 12mo, Lond.
1832.

Surgery, Professor of. Facts respecting the appointment of the, 8vo,
Edin, 1806.

Sylvester (Charles) The Philosophy of Domestic Economy as exemplified
in the Arrangements adopted in the Derbyshire General Infirmary,
4to, Nottingliam, 1819.

Thomson (John) On the Surgical Department of the Royal Infirmary of
Edinburgh, 8vo, Edin, 1800.

Tolon (Maur. de) Le Capucin Charitable, 8vo, Lyon, 1721.

Tuke (S.) Description of the Retreat, an Institution for Insane Persons

near York, 4to, York, 1813.
University of Edinburgh, Answer to several Attacks which have lately
been made upon the, 8vo, Edin. 1819.

Valentin (Louis) Voyage Medical en Italie Ann. 1820, 8 vo, Nancy, 1822.

Vetch (John) Letter to Lord Palmcrston on the Ophthalmic Institution
for Chelsea Pensioners, 4to, Lond. 1819.

Wardrop (Andrew) Address to the Royal College of Surgeons on the re-
gulation of the Surgical Department of the Royal Infirmary of Edin-
burgh, 4to, Edin. 1800.

Whally (Lawson) Vindication of the University of Edinburgh, Bvo, Lan-
caster, 1816,



MEDICAL LITERATUKE. 205

Bostock (John) History of Medicine, ext. in Cyclopaedia of Practical

Medicine, 4 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1832-35.
Catalogus Scriptorura Stahlii et Stahlianorum, a J. C. Goetz, 4to, Norim-

berg. 1729.
Chartier (Renat.) De Ortu et Principiis Medicinae, ito, MS. N. D.
Clerc (Dan. Le) Histoire de la Me'decine, 4to, La Haye, 1729.
Couringius (Herman.) De Hermetica iEgyptiorum Vetei'e, et Paracelsi-

corum Nova Mediciuti, 4to, Helmes. 1648.
Ferris (S.) On the Establishment of Medical Science in England, 8vo,

Lond. 1795.
Freind (John) History of Physic, from Galea to tl;e beginning of the

16th Century, 2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1725.
Hamilton (W.) History of Medicine, Surgery, and Anatomy, 2 vols. Svo,

Lond. 1831.
Helmont (Jo. B. van) Ortus Medicinse, cura Filii, 4to, Amstel. 1652.
Kerrison (R. M.) On the Present State of the Medical Profession, in

Great Britiiin, Ireland, and ou the Continent of Europe, 8to, Loud.

1814.
Kirkland (Thomas) Enquiry into the Present State of Medical Surgery,

2 vols. 8vo, Lond. 1786.
Kurella (D. E.) Fasciculus Dissertationura ad Historiara Medicam, speci-

atim Anatomes, spectantium, ISmo, Berolini, 1754.
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