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J. A. Albertson, M.D. R. L. Anderson, Rawdon Arnold, C. W. Boyce, Charles W. Babcock, Alvin Bagley, H. B. Bagley, Lewis Barns, W. James Blakely, F. A. Benham, A. J. Bellows, Frank Bond, J. Bosler, J. P. Bloss, J. E. Brown, J. D. Buck, A. T. Bull, W. H. Burt, Henry S. Chase, J. D. Craig, W. L. Cleveland, E. G. Cook, C. H. Cogswell, Asa S. Couch, Charles Cullis, A. M. Cushing, C. F. Cushing, D. Clawson, E. Cooley, J. S. Douglas, E. H. Drake, B. L, Dresser, J. J. DeWolf, Geo. Duhring, T.C. Duncan, E. R. Ellis,
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BUSHROD W. JAMES, M. D., EDITOR OF SURGICAL DEPARTMENT.
EDWIN M. HALE, M. D., EDITOR OF DEP. OF Mar. MED. AND SPECIAL THERAPEUTICS. H. P. GATCHELL, M. D., EDITOR OF DEPT. OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PRINCIPLES OF MED.
THOS. NICHOL, M. D., EDITOR OF DEPT. or DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
L. YOUNGHUSBAND, M. D., LL. D., EDITOR OF OBSTETRICAL DEPARTMENT.
CARL MÜLLER, M. D., Editor DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY AND MICROSCOPY.
We commence the sixth volume of the "American Homoeopathic Observer” with a position and prospects better than for any year previous. Our subscription list now embraces every State of the Union, and the corps of collaborators has been extended by writers who are ready to enrich our pages with papers of practical value.
BUSHROD W. JAMES, M. D., of Philadelphia, has done the profession good service by his surgical articles in this journal, during the past year, and we announce with pleasure that he will continue to edit the Surgical Department.
EDWIN M. HALE, M. D., continues his labors in the Observer. The title of his department hereafter will be “Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics.” The articles in the present number (January) are some of the best that we have received from his pen.
E. W. Fish, M. D., will take editorial charge of the Department of “Chemistry and Pharmacology,” and from his particular talent in these branches, and indomitable industry, we know that he will m:ke this department as interesting and profitable as any other. As he is an excellent proof reader, and will write in the editorial office at Detroit, we do not expect our pages will be hereafter marred by typographical.errors.
Prof. H. P. GATCHELL furnishes for his department of Physiology and Principles of Medicine valuable articles as usual.
Prof. C. J. HEMPEL continues to feel a deep interest in this journal, and will write for its pages during the coming year
L. YOUYGHUSBAND, M. D. LL. D., has accepted the editorial charge of the Obstetrical Department, and will write