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Article I.—Statistical Researches elucidating the Climate of the United States and its relation with Diseases of Malarial Origin; based on the Records of the Medical Department and Adjutant General's Office.
Art. II.—Notes of Observations in Obstetric Pathology.
Art. III.—Observations on Congestive Fever.
Art. IV.—Cases of Injury of the Head.
Art. V.—Cases of Cleft Palate.
Art. VI.—Case of Congenital Tumour of the Eye Ball.
Art. VII.—An Examination of the Testimony relative to the Efficacy of the Hydrated Peroxide of Iron as an Antidote to Arsenic, with Directions for its Preparation and Exhibition.
Art. VIII.—Case of Nephritis.
Art. IX.—Report of Cases Treated in the Baltimore Alms-House Hospital.
Art. X.—Obstetric Cases.
Art. XI.—Ligature of Subclavian Artery for the Cure of Axillary Aneurism caused by Gun-shot Wound.
Art. XII.—The Royal College of Surgeons, in London, with an Abstract of the Case of Thomas Tipple.
Art. XIII.—The Library of Practical Medicine. A System of Practical Medicine, comprised in a series of original dissertations.
Art. XIV.—Theodori Kerckringii, Doctoris Medici, Commentarius in Currum Triumphalem Antimonii
Art. XV.—Récherches Anatomiques, Pathologiques, et Thérapeutiques sur la maladie connue sous les noms de Fiêvre Typhoïde, &c. 2eme edition, considérablement augmentée.
Art. XVI.—Second Annual Report of the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths, and Marriages in England.
Art. XVI.—Grundzüge zur Dipsobiostatik, oder Politisch-Arithmetische, auf ärztliche Besbachtung gegründete Darstellung der Nachtheile, welche durch den Missbrauch der Geistigen Getränke in hinsicht auf Bevölkerung und Lebendauer sich Ergeben.
Art. XVII.—Manuel d'Hydrosudopathie, ou Trailement des Maladies par l'eau froide, la sucur, l'exercice, et le regime, suivaint la methode employée par V. Priessnitz, a Græfenberg.
Art. XVIII.—Die Lehre von der Zurechnungsfahigkeit bei zweifelhaften Gemuthszustanden. Fur Aartze und Juristen praktisch dargestellt.
Art. XIX.—A Practical Treatise on the Human Teeth
Art. XX.—An Essay on the connection of Mental Philosophy with Medicine.
Art. XXI.—Boylston Prize Dissertation, for the years 1838 and 1839, on Scrofula, Rheumatism, and Erysipelatous Inflammation.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY.
MEDICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND OPERATIVE SURGERY.
OPTHALMOLOGY.
DENTAL SURGERY.
MIDWIFERY.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND TOXICOLOGY.
MEDICAL STATISTICS.
FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE.
MISCELLANEOUS.
AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE.