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CONTENTS OF No. XLVII.
REV. I.-Course of Lectures on the Physiology and Pathology of the Central
Nervous System, delivered before the Royal College of Surgeons of
England, in May, 1858, by E. BROWN-SEQUARD, M.D. Illustrated by
numerous Engravings, representing the principal Experiments and
REV. II.-Copy of the Statistical Report of the Health of the Royal Navy for
REV. VI.—1. On the Prevention and Treatment of Mental Disorders. By
2. A Letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shaftesbury on the Laws
which Regulate Private Lunatic Asylums; with a Comparative View
of the Process " De Lunatico Inquirendo" in England, and the Law of
"Interdiction" in France. By EDWARD J. SEYMOUR, M.D., &c.
3.. What shall we do with our Lunatics? By ALFRED ECCLES, F.R.C.S.
REV. VII.-1. The Oxford Museum. By HENRY W. ACLAND, M.D., &c. . 94
2. A Manual of Qualitative Chemical Analysis. By A. BEAUCHAMP
NORTHCOTE, F.C.S., &c.; and ARTHUR H. CHURCH, F.C.S., &c.
3. A Handbook of Chemical Analysis, adapted to the Unitary Notation.
Based on the Fourth Edition of Dr. H. Will's 'Anleitung zur Chemischen
4. A Letter to the Provost of Oriel; on a Scheme for making Oxford more
Accessible to Medical Students generally. From C. H. PEARSON,
5. A Letter to the Rector of Exeter; on some Proposed Changes in the
Residence required by the University for Degrees in Medicine. By
REV. VIII.-The Diseases of the Stomach, with an Introduction on its Ana-
tomy and Physiology; being Lectures delivered at St. Thomas's Hos-
REV. IX.-Practical Midwifery: comprising an Account of 13,748 Deliveries
which occurred in the Dublin Lying-in Hospital during a period of
Seven Years, commencing November, 1847. By EDWARD B. SINCLAIR,
A.B.F.K. and Q.C.P., &c.; and GEORGE JOHNSTON, M.D., &c..
REV. X.-The Works of John Hunter, F.R.S.; with Notes. Edited by
JAMES F. PALMER. Four Vols. 8vo. Illustrated by a Volume of Plates
ART. I.—Sur une Fonction peu Connue du Pancréas, la Digestion des Ali-
On an Almost Unknown Function of the Pancreas, the Digestion of Nitro-
ART. II.—On Poisons in Relation to Medical Jurisprudence and Medicine.
ART. III.—Sulle Virtă Igieniche e Medicinali della Coca, e sugli Alimenti
On the Hygienic and Medicinal Virtues of Coca, and Tonic Articles of Diet
ART. IV.-A Treatise on Fracture. By J. F. MALGAIGNE, Chirurgien de
l'Hôpital St. Louis. With One Hundred Illustrations. Translated
ART. V.-Pathology and Social Science. The Irritable Bladder: its Causes
and Curative Treatment. By FRED. JAMES GANT, M.R. C.S. Eng., &c. 156
ART. VI.-A Treatise on Medical Electricity, Theoretical and Practical; and
its Use in the Treatment of Paralysis, Neuralgia, and other Diseases.
ART. VII.-1. A Manual of Medical Diagnosis; being an Analysis of the
Signs and Symptoms of Disease. By A. W. BARCLAY, M.D., &c.
2. Clinical Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine. By JOHN
ART. VIII.-On Dislocations and Fractures. By JOSEPH MACLISE, Fellow
of the Royal College o Surgeons. Fasciculi V. to IX.
ART. IX.—1. Tracts of the Ladies' National Association for the Diffusion of
2. On the Hygienic Management of Infants and Children. By T. HERBERT
ART. X.—A Guide to the Practical Study of Diseases of the Eye. With an
Outline of their Medical and Operative Treatment. By JAMES DIXON,
ART. XI.—Engravings of the Ganglia and Nerves of the Uterus and Heart.
For the use of Students in Anatomy and Physiology. By ROBERT Lee,
ART. XII.-1. Illustrations of Typhus Fever in Great Britain, the Result of
Personal Observations made in the Summer of 1853; with some Remarks
as to its Origin, Habits, Symptoms, and Pathology: to which is ap-
pended a brief Account of the Reappearance of Typhus in Boston in the
2. An Essay upon the Relation of Bilious and Yellow Fever, prepared at
the request of, and read before, the Medical Society of the State of
Georgia, at its Session held at Macon, April 9th, 1856. By RICHARD
ART. II. On the Simultaneous Existence in the Human System of Two or
more Diseases which are supposed to originate from Specific Morbid
ART. IV. On the Effects of Rupture of the Internal and Middle Coats of