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. Dr. Davis, Physician to the Queen's Lying-in Hospital, and to the Lying-in Charity, &c. will commence his second Winter Course of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, and the Dis-, eases of Women and Children, on Tuesday the 6th of January.
Dr. MERRIMAN and Dr. Ley will begin another Course of Léctures ou Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children, early in December, at the Middlesex Hospital.
Mr. A.T. THOMSON is preparing a second edition of the Londou : Dispensatory; which will contain all the improvements in Plarmaceutical Chemistry, and the alterations that have taken place in the British Pharmacopæias, since its first appearance; and also Synonymes of the names of the Articles of the Materia Medica, and the preparations in the French, Gerinan, Italian, Spanish, and Hindostanée Languages. The work is already in the press.
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NOTICES TO CORRESPONDENTS. We are sorry the communication from our correspondent in Northumberland arrived too late for this Number. It shall appear in our next. As we are collecting materials for the subject of Contagion, we shall be thankful for his account of the feder in his own neighbourhood.
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In our next, the Analysis of the last Number of the Medico Chirurgical Transactions will be concluded.
In the present Number, p. 444, last line of the Greek quotation, for Asoxyetoy, read Dionysii.
Tiia tariner Number, for Sauvage and Chrichton, read Sauvages and Crichton,
TO THE THIRTY-EIGHTH VOLUME.
BDOMEN, case where it Agents, on organic and inorganic ?
132 Akenside, Dr. anecdotes of 120
170 Alchemy, on the Arabian origin of 203
59 claim to the method of treating
wounds of the chest
sulphuric acid swallowed 129
-, review of his Elements
59 of Therapeutics and Materia
341 Alisma plantago, its virtue in ly-
422 America, miscellaneous intelli-
129. Aminicus, his observations on a
429 - on poison in the stomach 96
method of treatment
method of practising
on the operation of
it in wounds and fractures 478
39, 126 ANALYSIS of new Publications 48,
126, 210, 306, 403, 476
77 Anatomy, practical observations
review of a new sys.
morbid, of the brain
Anecdotes of John Hunter, 107;
263 Akepside, 120 ; Dr. Valli, 345;
Dr. Ingenhousz, 377; of Guy-
289 top de Morveau, 382 ; Dr.
account of a remarkable sor Werner, 397 ; Medical
Adeurism, instance of spontane- Arteries, on tying the internal
-, on the relation of
internal iliac artery
description of an in-
-, Thomas, on the symp-
of internal hæmorrhage after
effects of vitiated 151
on its influence in
174 Babington, Dr. patronised by Dr.
249 Bagnold, Captain, on the fatal ef.
349 Balfour, Dr. on the vindication of 25
his cases of re-union
of the toes
on the effects ascribed to
92 Baron, Dr. John, his case of rup-
94 Bateman, Dr. on syphilis 21
on his practical synop-
sis of cutaneous diseases 309, 310
on lence and lepra græ-
anecdotes of him 404
129 Bath, description of the nitro-
muriatic acid one
172 Battersea, botanical researches
85, 86, 349, 457, 438
on an additional test for 252 Beauvois, M. account of his dis-
his case of reversed
12 Bees, said to have been found in
ib. Bell, Charles, his Surgical Obser-
John, on the pressure of
Berlioz, Dr. on evacuations and Books, catalogue of medical,
264, 352, 440, 529
new ones announced, 88,
175, 262, 436, 52%
-, arrangement of plants in
-, on the importance of ve-
account of Humboldt's
fatal accident in the mines of
case of induration of the 51
, case of wounded
its influence on the heart 115
case of rupture of the
on fever of the
on its morbid anatomy in
130 Bravdy, process of distilling it
201 Bristol, statistical observations
account of St. Peter's
diseases of the poor at 141
518 Bulam fever, its identity with the
thanks of the So-
its impetus diminished in extension of vaccination 107
163 Butter, description of rock 80
1 Cullen's First Lines reviewed