Art. I.—A Statistical Examination of the Operation of Deligation of the Primitive Iliac Artery, embracing the Histories (in abstract) of Thirty-two Cases.
Art. II.—Carcinoma of Uterus : Extirpation.
Art. III.—Two Cases of Reducible Inguinal Hernia operated on for the Radical Cure.
Art. IV.—Extirpation of the Parotid Gland.
Art. V.—Animal Chemistry, and its Relations to Therapeutics.
Art. VI.—Some Account of Diphtheritis, as it occurred on the Watershed between the Tallahatchie and Mississippi Rivers.
Art. VII.—On Nervous Action.
Art. VIII.—Case of Oblique Fracture of the Femur treated by the use of Adhesive Plaster, as a means of producing Extension and Counter-Extension.
Art. IX.—On the Poisonous Effects resulting from the Employment of Arsenical Preparations in the Arts.
Art. X.—Case of Compound Fracture of the Bones of the Tarsus, implicating the Ankle-Joint, with perfect Recovery.
Art. XI.—Case of Dislocation of the Astragalus, occurring on board U. S. Sloop of War Jamestown.
Art. XII.—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XIII.—Therapeutics and Materia Medica : A Systematic Treatise on the Aclion and Uses of Medicinal Agents, including their Description and History.
Art. XIV.—A Practical Treatise on the Diagnosis, Pathology, and Treatment of Diseases of the Heart.
Art. XV.—A Medico-Legal Treatise on Malpractice and Medical Evidence, comprising the Elements of Medical Jurisprudence.
Art. XVI.—Clinical Lectures on Certain Acute Diseases.
Art. XVII.—The Diseases of the Ear; their Nature, Diagnosis, and Treatment.
Art. XVIII. Reports of American Institutions for the Insane.
Art. XX.—De l'Hématocèle Rétro-utérine et des Epanchements Sanguins Nonenkystés de la Cavité Péritonéale du petit Bassin, considérés comme Accidens de la Menstruation. Par le Docteur Auguste Voisin, Ancien Interne des Hôpitaux de Paris, Lauréat de la Faculté de Médecine et de la Société de Chirurgie, Membre de la Société Anatomique, de la Société Médicale d'Observation, de la Société de Médecine du Département de la Seine. Avec une planche. Paris : J. B. Baillière et Fils, 1860. Octavo, pp. 368.
Art. XXI.—Stricture of the Urethra : its Complications and Effects. A Practical Treatise on the Nature and Treatment of those Affections.
Art. XXII.—Hœmorrhoids and Prolapsus of the Rectum : their Pathology and Treatment; with especial reference to the application of Nitric Acid.
Art. XXIII.—Exposition of a Method of Preserving Vaccine Lymph, fluid and active; with Hints for the more Efficient Performance of Public Vaccination.
Art. XXIV.—On the Organs of Vision, their Anatomy and Physiology.
Art. XXV.—The Pathology and Treatment of Venereal Diseases, comprising the most recent Doctrines on the subject.
Art. XXVI.—Description des Eaux Minéro Thermales et des Etuves de l'Ile d'Ischia, etc. Par J. E. Chevalley de Rivaz, Docteur en Médecine des Facultés de Paris et de Naples, etc. etc. etc. Sixième edition, Revue, Corrigée et Augmentée, 8vo. pp. 214, Naples, 1859.
Art. XXVII.—De l'Alcoolisme. Thèse présentée au concours pour l'agrégation (section de Médecine et de Médecine Légale) et soutenue a la Faculté de Médecine de Paris. Par V. A. Racle, Médecin des Hôpitaux, etc. Paris : J. B. Baillière et Fils, 1860. pp. 122.
Art. XXVIII.—A Treatise on Medical Electricity, Theoretical and Practical, and its Use in the Treatment of Paralysis, Neuralgia, and other Diseases.
Art. XXIX.—Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association, at the Eighth Annual Meeting, held in Boston, Mass., September, 1859, with the Constitution and Roll of Members. Boston : Press of Geo. C. Rand & Avery, 3 Cornhill, 1859.
Art. XXX.—Food for Babes; or Artificial Human Milk, and the Manner of Preparing it and Administeriug it to Young Children.
Art. XXXI.—The Institutes of Medicine.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY.
MEDICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND OPERATIVE SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
MIDWIFERY.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND TOXICOLOGY.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.