Art. I.—Practical Remarks on the Treatment of Urethral Stricture, with a Description of a Modification of Holt's Instrument.
Art. II.—An Examination into the Truth of the Asserted Production of General Diseases by Organized Entities.
Art. III.—Relation of Cancer and Tubercle.
Art. IV.—Excessive Hemorrhage following an Incised Wound of the Eyeball.
Art. V.—Case of Excision of the Entire Scapula, to which is added a History of the Operations involving the Removal of all, or a considerable part of this Bone; with the view of establishing the Surgical Character and Prognosis of this Class of Operations.
Art. VI.—Remarks on Traumatic Hemorrhage, with Cases.
Art. VII.—Account of a New and very Successful Operation for the Worst Forms of Cleft of the Hard Palate. Illustrated by 17 figures and a brief analysis of 55 cases.
Art. VIII.—On the Different Modes of Preparing the Sponge Tent, with Directions for making it Antiseptic, and Remarks on its various Uses.
Art. IX.—Surgical Cases. I. Aneurism of the External Iliac of the Left Side, both Common Iliacs, and Lower End of Aorta; Ligation of the Aorta; Death. II. Removal of Retained Testicle complicated with Hernia and Hydrocele; Cure.
Art. X.—On a New Duck-bill Speculum, for Private Practice.
Art. XI.—Case of Retroversion of the Gravid Uterus, Replaced by the Introduction of the Colpeurynter into the Rectum.
Art. XII.—Case of Vaginismus
Art. XIII.—Proceedings of the Clinico-Pathological Society of Washington, D. C.
Art. XIV.—Pulmonary Phthisis.
Art. XV.—Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye.
Art. XVI.—The Surgical Treatment of the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.
Art. XVII.—Guy's Hospital Reports.
Art. XVIII.—Transactions of the Obstetrical Society of London, for the year 1867.
Art. XIX.—Prof. Beale's Recent Histological Investigations.
Art. XX.
Art. XXI.—Giornale Italiano delle Malattie Veneree e delle Malattie della Pelle.
Art. XXII.—Lessons in Physical Diagnosis.
Art. XXIII.—Diseases Peculiar to Women, including Displacements of the Uterus.
Art. XXIV.—Materia Medica for the Use of Students.
Art. XXV.—A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on Midwifery, including the Diseases of Pregnancy and Parturition.
Art. XXVI.—Second Annual Report of the Metropolitan Board of Health of the State of New York, 1867. 8vo. pp. 320. New York, 1868.
Art. XXVII.—Clinical Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Medicine.
Art. XXVIII.—Hufeland's Art of Prolonging Life.
Art. XXIX.—The Principles and Practice of Obstetrics.
Art. XXX.—Annual Abstract of Therapeutics, Materia Medica, Pharmacy, and Toxicology for 1867; followed by an original Memoir on Gout, Gravel, and Urinary Calculi.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA, GENERAL THERAPEUTICS, AND PHARMACY.
MEDICAL PATHOLOGY, SPECIAL THERAPEUTICS, AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND OPERATIVE SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
MIDWIFERY.
MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE AND TOXICOLOGY.
HYGIENE.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.