Art. I.—On Functional Valvular Disorders of the Heart.
Art. II.—History and Explanation of Cases of Neurosis of the Stomach and Intestines, unaccompanied by Fever, and not dependent upon Hysteria; with other “Hyperæsthesias” affecting different Regions of the Body. Read before the Medical Society of South Carolina, Oct. 1868.
Art. III.—On the Therapeulic Properlies of Bromide of Potassium in the Latter Stages of Typhus Fever, in Hysteria, in Infantile Convulsions, elc.
Art. IV.—On the Therapeutical Action of Sambucus Canadensis in Albuminuria.
Art. V.—On the Delection of Red and White Corpuscles in Blood-Stains. Read by Abstract before the Biological and Microscopical Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, and by it ordered to be published.
Art. VI.—On Lupus Erythemalosus. 1
Art. VII.—Exsection of the Trunk of the Inferior Dental Nerve, together with that of the Second Branch of the Fifth Pair of Nerves beyond Meckel's Ganglion, for severe Facial Neuralgia.
Art. VIII.—On the Treatment of Inflammation of the Lachrymal Sac.
Art. IX.—Surgical Cases.
Art. X.—Ovariotomy, in which “Pocketing the Pedicle” was performed. Recovery.
Art. XI.—Fracture of the Base of the Skull; Death; Post-mortem Appearances.
Art. XII.—Remarkable Case of Cerebral Injury, followed after a long interval by Insanity, and ultimately proving fatal.
Art. XIII.—Three Cases of Scleroderma; with Remarks.
Art. XIV.—Rupture of the Vagina at the Posterior Cul-de-sac, during Labour. Reported
Art. XV.—Observalions on some Osteological Anomalies of the Vertebral Column.
Art. XVI.—A Self-Retaining Labia Pudendi Retractor.
Art. XVII.—A Case of Night Blindness, from Worms in the Intestinal Canal, successfully treated.
Art. XVIII.—Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Art. XIX.—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XX.—Pennsylvania Hospital Reports. Vol. II. 1869. 8vo. pp. 320.
Art. XXI.—The Old Vegetable Neurotics, Hemlock, Opium, Belladonna and Henbane; their Physiological Action and Therapeutical Use alone and in Combination; Being the Gulstonian Lectures of 1868 Extended, and Including a Complete Examination of the Actice Constituents of Opium.
Art. XXII.—On Pyæmia or Suppurative Fever; being the Astley Cooper Prize Essay for 1868.
Art. XXIII.—Contributions relating to the Causation and Prevention of Disease, and to Camp Diseases; together with a Report of the Diseases, etc., among the Prisoners at Andersonville, Ga.
Art. XXIV.—Guy's Hospital Reports.
Art. XXV.—St. George's Hospital Reports.
Art. XXVI.—Planches Descriptives du Matériel des Ambulancés; ouvrage basé sur l'Exposition Internationale organisée à Paris en 1867, par les Sociélés de Secours aux blessés, et pour lequel ont élé mis a profit les meilleurs modèles actuels.
Art. XXVII.—A History of the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania, from its foundation in 1765. With Sketches of the Lives of Deceased Professors.
Art. XXVIII.—Transactions of American State Medical Societies.
Art. XXIX.—A Treatise on the Function of Digestion; its Disorders, and their Treatment.
Art. XXX.—The Antiseptic Method.
Art. XXXI.—A Dictionary of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
Art. XXXII.—1868. New South Wales. Report on Lunatic Asylums.
Art. XXXIII.—Report of Patients treated in St. Thomas's Hospital, from 1861-1865, 8vo. pp. 156. London
Art. XXXIV.—Irritability
Art. XXXV.—On the Results of the Operations for Cicatrices after Burns.
Art. XXXVI.—On Asthma; its Pathology and Treatment.
Art. XXXVII.—Cases in Orthopædic Surgery, read before the Massachusetts Medical Society, at its annual meeting, June 3, 1868.
Art. XXXVIII.—A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Women.
Art. XXXIX.—A Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA, GENERAL THERAPEUTICS 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.