Art. I.—Cases of Aphonia from Paralysis of Intrinsic Muscles of the Larynx. Treatment by External Manipulation of the Organ and Restoration of the Voice in a Single Sitting.
Art. II.—Observations on Poisoning with Rattlesnake Venom.
Art. III.—Determination of the Optical Condition of the Eye by the Ophthalmoscope, with a new Modification of the Instrument for that purpose.
Art. IV.—Cases of Nerve-Irritation, cured by Surgical Operations.
Art. V.—Case of Scleroderma or Sclerema, with the Autopsy and Remarks.
Art. VI.—Clinical Notes on Chloral.
Art. VII.—Case of Stricture of the Œsophagus in which Gastrotomy was performed.
Art. VIII.—Cases of Ovariotomy.
Art. IX.—Encephaloid Disease of the Right Humerus; Amputation at the Shoulder-Joint; Recovery.
Art. X.—Two Cases of Encephaloid Cancer.
Art. XI.—Vaginal Ovariotomy.
Art. XII.—Description of an Ovariotomy Trocar, presenting a combination of the Trocar and Canula, with the Attachment of a Flexible Tube.
Art. XIII.—Cases of Fibrinous Uterine Polypi successfully treated.
Art. XIV.—Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Art. XV.—Summary of the Proceedings of the Pathological Society of Philadelphia.
Art. XVI.—Proceedings of the Clinico-Pathological Society of Washington, D. C.
Art. XVII.—Summary of the Transactions of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the City of Reading, Pa.
Art. XVIII.—Third Annual Report of the Metropolitan Board of Health of the State of New York, 1868. 8vo. pp. 626.
Art. XIX.—Ophthalmoskopischer Hand Atlas.
Art. XX.—Injuries and Diseases of the Knee-joint, and their treatment by Amputation and Excision contrasted. The Jacksonian Prize Essay of the Royal College of Surgeons of England for 1865.
Art. XXI.
Art. XXII.—Bellevue and Charity Hospital Reports.
Art. XXIII.—Medico-Chirurgical Transactions.
Art. XXIV.—Transactions of the Clinical Society of London.
Art. XXV.—Transactions of American State Medical Societies.
Art. XXVI.—The Cell Doctrine
Art. XXVII.—Lectures on Surgery.
Art. XXVIII.—On the Connection between Chemical Constitution and Physiological Action. Part I. On the Physiological Action of the Salts of the Ammonium Bases, derived from Strychnia, Brucia, Thebaia, Codeia, Morphia, and Nicotia.
Art. XXIX.—Die Criminalistische Zurechnungs-fähigkeit. Kritik der Paragraphen 46 bis 52 des Entwarfs eines Strafgesetzbuches für den Norddeutschen Bund. Unter Beisügung eines Ausdruckes der darauf bezüglichen Motive und Gutachen der Wissenschaftlichen Deputation für das Medicinal wesen.
Art. XXX.—Researches on the Influence of Mental Activity upon the Excretion of Phosphoric Acid by the Kidneys.
Art. XXXI.—Report of the Trial of Samuel M. Andrews, indicted for the Murder of Cornelius Holmes, before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, December 11th, 1868.
Art. XXXII.—Physical Culture in Amherst College.
Art. XXXIII.—A Contribution to the Physiological Study of Veratrum Viride and Veratria.
Art. XXXIV.—The Student's Guide to Medical Diagnosis.
Art. XXXV.—The Pathology and Therapeutics of Mental Diseases.
Art. XXXVI.—A Manual of Clinical Medicine and Physical Diagnosis.
Art. XXXVII.—Electricity in its Relations to Practical Medicine.
Art. XXXVIII.—The Law of Human Inerease; or Population based on Physiology and Psychology.
Art. XXXIX—Diseases and Injuries of the Eye; their Medical and Surgical Treatment.
Art. XL.—An Essay on the History of Aneurisms of the Arch of the Aorta; a Thesis for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine, presented to the Medical Faculty of the University of Louisiana.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY.
MATERIA MEDICA. GENERAL THERAPEUTICS AND PHARMACY.
MEDICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND PRACTICAL MEDICINE.
SPECIAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, AND OPERATIVE SURGERY.
OPHTHALMOLOGY.
MIDWIFERY.
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
DOMESTIC SUMMARY.