Art. I.—Statistics of the Mortality of Baltimore, during a period of fourteen years, from 1836 to 1849 (inclusive).
Art. II.—Extracts from the Records of the Boston Society for Medical Improvement.
Art. III.—Hints on the Treatment of Lacerated Perineum from Parturition.
Art. IV.—Notes of Cases treated at the Poor House of Westchester County, State of New York.
Art. V.—Statistics of the Boston Lying-in Hospital.
Art. VI.—Description of a Vectis for the Removal of the Globular Pessary.
Art. VII.—Cyanosis, produced by Transposition of the Orifices of the Aorta and Pulmonary Artery.
Art. VIII.—False Encephaloid. Fatty Tumour of the Liver, Feigning Encephaloid—Perforation of the Diaphragm—Growth in Cavity of the Chest, and Expectoration therefrom.
Art. IX.—Case of Cynanche Parotidæa, with Metastasis to the Testicle, and Cerebral Complication. Convalescence in ten days.
Art. X.—Contributions to Practical Medicine.
Art. XI.—Large Vascular Tumour—Ossification and Obliteration of the Ascending Vena Cava.
Art. XII.—Case of Excision of the Uterus.
Art. XIII.—On Diseases of Menstruation, and Ovarian Inflammation, in connection with Sterility, Pelvic Tumours, and Affections of the Womb.
Art. XIV.—Surgical Anatomy.
Art. XV.—A Treatise on the Pathology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Neuroma.
Art. XVI.—On the Causes, Nature, and Treatment of Palsy and Apoplexy; of the Forms, Seats, Complications, and Morbid Relations of Paralytic and Apoplectic Diseases.
Art. XVII.—Der Aderlass in der Lungenentzüngdung, Klinisch und Physiologisch erörtert.
Art. XVIII.—Observations on Certain of the Diseases of Young Children.
Art. XIX.—Some Account of the last Yellow Fever Epidemic of British Guiana.
Art. XX.—Elementary Chemistry, Theoretical and Practical.
Art. XXI.—Human Physiology.
Art. XXII.—Report of the Trial, “The People v. Dr. Horatio N. Loomis for Libel.” Tried at the Erie County Oyer and Terminer June 24th, 1850, &c. &c. Justice Mullett presiding.
Art. XXIII.—The Principles and Practice of Dental Surgery.
Art. XXIV.—Materia Medica and Therapeutics; with ample Illustrations of Practice in all the Departments of Medical Science, and very Copious Notices of Toxicology, suited to the Wants of Medical Students and Practitioners.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY.
MEDICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND PRACTICAL SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
MIDWIFERY.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND TOXICOLOGY.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.