ART. I.—Cases of Strangulated Hernia, with some remarks principally intended to show the necessity of an early resort to the operation
ART. II.—On the Pathology of Remittent Fever
ART. III.—On the Treatment of Yellow Fever
ART. IV.—Observations on the Pulse of the Insane, made by the Physicians of several Lunatic Asylums in the United States
Porter's Case of Temporary Protrusion of the Eyeball
ART. VII.—Tumour of the Neck of extraordinary size successfully removed
ART. VIII.—Surgical Cases
ART. IX.—Cases of Strangulated Hernia
On the Preservation of the Humen Body for Anatomical Purpose