Art. I. On the Secale Cornutum, or Ergot.
Art. II. Case of Obstinate Cough, occasioned by elongation of the Uvula, in which a portion of that organ was cut off, with a description of the instrument employed for that purpose, and also for excision of scirrhous tonsils,
Art. III. Observations on some points of Pathology.
Art. IV. Clinical Reports of Cases treated in the Infirmary of the Alms-House of the City and County of Philadelphia.
Art. V. Successful Case of Ligature of the Internal Iliae Artery, for the cure of Gluteal Aneurism.
Art. VI. On Superfœtation and Bipartite Uteri.
Art. VII. Remarks on the various modes usually adopted for the removal of the Tonsils.
Art. VIII. Case of Mr. Adrian A. Kissam, Student of Medicine, who perished in a few days after receiving a slight wound in dissecting.
Art. IX. On the Safety and Advantages of Mercurial Inhalations.
Art. X. Case of Gun-shot Wound of the Leg, in which five-sixths of the structure at the seat of injury was destroyed, successfully treated, the limb being preserved.
Art. XI. Observations on the inefficiency of the cathartic powers of Rhubarbarine, with some Remarks on the different varieties of Rhubarb.
Art. XII. Cases showing the Efficacy of the Volatile Alkali in the Bites of Venomous Snakes.
Art. XIII. On the uses of the Lymph.
Art. XIV. Case of Poisoning by Cantharides.
Art. XV. De la Non-existence du Virus Vénérien, prouvée par le raisonnement, l'observation et l'expérience; avec un Traité Théorique et Pratique des maux Vénériens, rédigé d'après les principes de la Nouvelle Doctrine Médicale.
Art. XVI. An Essay on the Ultimate Principles of Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, and Physiology, deduced from the Distribution of Matter into two Classes or Kinds, and from other Sources.
1. Reports of Medical Cases, selected with a view of illustrating the symptoms and cure of Diseases, by a reference to Morbid Anatomy.
ANATOMY.
PHYSIOLOGY.
PATHOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA.
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
SURGERY.
MIDWIFERY.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE.
CHEMISTRY.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE.
NECROLOGY.