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Edited by N. CHAPMAN, M. D. Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Physic! and Clinical Practice in the University of Pennsylvania; W. P. DEWEES, M. D. Adjunct Professor of Midwifery in the University of Pennsylvania; John D. GodMAN, M. D. Professor of Anatomy and Physiology in Rutgers Medical College, New York; and Isaac Hays, M. D.; No. 27, for May, 1827. Price $5 per annum


Original Communications.-I. Observations upon bloody infiltrations in the Labia Pudendi, during, or very quickly after, Delivery, illustrated by Cases. By W. P. Dewees, M. D.-II. An Experimental Inquiry into the Vermifuge Powers of the Cedar Apple or Knot. By Benjamin M. Brocchus, M. D. of the District of Columbia.—III. Observations on Monstrosities. By James M. Pendleton, M. D. of New York, Lecturer on Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children.—IV. Improved Eudiometrical Apparatus. By R. Hare, M. D). Professor of Chemistry in the University of Pennsylvania.-V. Remarks on Infanticide. By R. E. Griffith, M. D. -VI. Laws of Irritation. By Samuel Jackson, M. D.–VII. A Method of detecting minute quantities of Opium, in solution. By R. Hare, M. D. &c. &c. &c.-VIII. Method of Preparing Denarcotised Laudanum. By R. Hare, M. D. &c. &c. &c.-IX. Experiments and Observations on Tendons. By Richard Lee Fearn, M. D. of North Carolina.--X. Observations on the medical properties and effects of the common Charcoal, carbo ligni. Read before the Medical Society of Pittsburg: By Dr. D. S. Stevenson, of Canonsburg, and requested to be published by a unanimous vote of the Society.-XI. Successful Amputation at the Hip-joint. By Valentine Mott, M. D. Professor of Surgery in Rutgers Medical College, New York, With a plate.-XII. Case of Compound Dislocation of the Astragalus, with some observations on the constitutional disturbance and treatment of these and other cases of severe local injuries. By Stephens R. Beatty, M. D. of Clear Spring, Washington county, Md.-XIII. Case of Traumatic Tetanus, successfully treated by Tobacco injections. By Josiah C. Skinner, M. D. of Edenton, N. C.---XIV. Contribu. tions to Pathological Anatomy. By David L. Rogers, M. D. of New York.-XV. Note of some Irregularities of the Arterial System. By John D. Godman, M. D. et P. With a plate. -Review.—XVI. A Letter to the Hon. Isaac Parker, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, containing Remarks on the Dislocation of the Hip-joint, &c. By John C. Warren, M. D. Professor of Anatomy and Surgery

in Harvard University. Cambridge, 1826, pp. 142.- Bibliographical Notices. 1. i Materia Indica; or some account of those articles which are employed by the Hin.

doos and other eastern nations, in their Medicine, Arts, and Agriculture; comprising also Formuiæ with practical observations, names of diseases in various eastern languages, and a copious list of Oriental books immediately connected with general science, &c. &c. By Whitelaw Ainslie, M, D., M. P. A. s. late of the Medical Staff of Southern India. London, 1826, 2 vols. 8vo. pp. 1258.--2. An Inaugural Discourse, delivered at the opening of Rutgers Medical College in the city of New

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