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J. & H. G. LANGLEY, 5 BARCLAY STREET.
H. LUDWIG, PRINTEK, 70 VESEY-STREET.
PART 1.- ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS.
ART. I.-On the Effects of Blisters on the Young Subject. By
John B. BECK, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Medi.
cal Jurisprudence in the College of Physicians and Surgeons
of New York.
ART. II.—Proceedings of the Brooklyn Medical Association.
(Prepared by a committee appointed for the purpose.)
ART. III.-Remarks on the Use of Galvanism in the Treatment
of certain Nervous Diseases. By H. P. DEWEES, M. D., of
New York. (Concluded from page 307, Vol. VIII.)
Art. IV.-Case of Double Hare-lip. By N. S. Davis, M. D., of
Art. V.-Successful Amputation at the Hip-Joint. By Moses
SWEAT, M. D., of Parsonfield, Maine.
ART. VI.- Urticaria produced by Hydrocyanic Acid.
VARICK, M. D., New York.
By T. R.
ART. VII.-—Remarks on the Alnus Serrulata, or common Black
Alder. By JAMES HELMICK, M. D., of Zanesville, Ohio. (Com.
municated in a letter to the Editor.) -
ART. VIII.—On the Use of Quinine, &c. By W. S. KING, M. D.,
U. S. A. (In a letter to the Editor.)
ART. IX.- Puerperal Anæmia ; or a peculiar anæmic Condition,
occurring in gestating and lactating Females. By H. N. BEN-
NETT, M. D., of Bethel, Ct.
ART. X.-Case of Hydatids of the Uterus. By Wm. H. HANCHITT,
M. D., of Cold Water, Michigan. (Communicated by Professor
C. B. Coventry, M. D.)
VOL. IX. NO. XXV.