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Rare Case of Rupture of the Heart. By W. Henry Bowlsby, M.D..

Recovery from Severe Cerebral Lesions.

Reproduction of the Brain. ...

Remarkable Preservation of Human Bodies.

Removal of Foreign bodies from the Nostril

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Talipes or Club-Foot. By Prof. Edwin Freeman, M.D.
Tar Water in Catarrh of the Bladder...
Tetanus Treated with Atropia....

Tetanus-Traumatic-Cured by Profuse Sweating.

Temperature of the Human Body in Health....

Temperaments. By Dr. II. John Holden..

Temperament—Cleveland Physician on....

The Eclectics of Former Times. By Alexander Wilder, M.D....

The Mammary Gland and the Milk. By J. M. F. Browne, M.D.

The Protein Compounds. By J. M. F. Browne, M.D.

The Spleen. Ay J. M. F. Browne, M.D.

The Bile. By J. M. F. Browne, M.D....

Throat Diseases. Practical Point in Treatment of.

To Ether or Either...

To Eclectic Physicians. By Wm. W. Hadley, M.D.

To the Friends of Eclectic Medical Education.

Tonics in Dropsy...

Torsion of Arteries--to Arrest Hæmorrhage.

Transfusion ....

Transmissibility of Secondary Syphilis. By T. J. Wright, J.D.

Traumatic Erysipelas--Oil of Turpentine.

Treacle....

Treatment of Carbuncle...

Treatment of Herpes Zoster

Treatment of Diptheritic Exudations.

Treatment of Habit of Opium Eating.

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The claims of the school of Eclectic medicine upon its friends and practitioners are of the most imperative character. As an improved system, dispensing with the mischievous notions and nostrums of the old school, and establishing a superior method of treating the sick, with a more scientific materia medica, it is entitled to lasting honor and gratitude. For the liberality of its code it deserves credit; perhaps its innovations upon the procrustean usages which had before been established are not among the least benefits which it has conferred. Till within the last quarter-century, in many States of the American Union, “irregular” practitioners of medicine were liable to penalties for pursuing their vocation. But now the proscriptive laws have been repealed, and at the present time the man who can demonstrate his ability to treat disease successfully, is at full liberty to do so in the face of the whole world. Freedom of medical practice has been established in the United States, along with freedom of private conscience, and the earth continues VOL. IV.-N0. 1.

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