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˹ 20 - SYDNEY RINGER, MD Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine in University College ; Physician to, and Professor of Clinical Medicine in, University College Hospital.
˹ 7 - Contributions to Reparative Surgery, showing its Application to the Treatment of Deformities produced by Destructive Disease or Injury ; Congenital Defects from Arrest or Excess of Development; and Cicatricial Contractions following Burns. Illustrated by Thirty Cases and fine Engravings.
˹ 8 - A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL TREATISE ON MIDWIFERY INCLUDING THE DISEASES OF PREGNANCY AND PARTURITION. Revised and Annotated by S. TARNIER. Translated from the Seventh French Edition by WR BULLOCK, MD Royal 8vo, over noo pages, 175 Illustrations, 30s.
˹ 6 - A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL USES OF ELECTRICITY; including Localized and General Faradization ; Localized and Central Galvanization ; Electrolysis and Galvano-Cautery.
˹ 19 - RALPH RICHARDSON, MA, MD Fellow of the College of Physicians, Edinburgh. ON THE NATURE OF LIFE : An Introductory Chapter to Pathology. Second Edition, revised and enlarged. Fcap. 410, IOs.
˹ 11 - A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES, INJURIES, AND MALFORMATIONS OF THE URINARY BLADDER, THE PROSTATE GLAND, AND THE URETHRA.
˹ 16 - W. PEPPER, MD Lecturer on Clinical Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania. A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF CHILDREN. Seventh Edition, revised and enlarged, roy. 8vo, 28s.
˹ 10 - Professor of Clinical Surgery in University College ; Senior Surgeon to University College Hospital, &c. MODERN SURGERY; ITS PROGRESS AND TENDENCIES. Being the Introductory Address delivered at University College at the opening of the Session, 1873-74. Demy 8vo, is. DR. FERBER. MODEL DIAGRAM OF THE ORGANS IN THE THORAX AND UPPER PART OF THE ABDOMEN. With Letter-press Description. In 410, coloured, 5s.
˹ 18 - Sanitarium. WHAT IS MALARIA ? AND WHY IS IT MOST INTENSE IN HOT CLIMATES ? An explanation of the Nature and Cause of the so-called Marsh Poison, with the Principles to be observed for the Preservation of Health in Tropical Climates and Malarious Districts.
˹ 7 - German pathologlsts, has long been felt ; and we venture to say no book could more perfectly supply that want than the present volume. . . . 'We would strongly recommend it to all who take any interest in the progress of thought and observation in surgical pathology and surgery.'' The Lancet.

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