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6632 Bell (John and Charles).


Human Body.

Anatomy and Physiology of the 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1829.

7th edition. (John.) Report on the Importance and Economy of Sanitary Measures to Cities: Board of Councilmen, November 28, 1859. Document No. 20. 8vo. New York, 1860.

6634 Bellows (Albert J.). The Philosophy of Eating. 6th edition, Revised and Enlarged. 12mo. New York, 1870. 6635 Bernard & Huette. Illustrated Manual of Operative Surgery and Surgical Anatomy. Edited with notes and additions, and adapted to the use of the American medical student, by W. H. Van Buren and C. E. Isaacs, &c. 8vo. New York, 1855. 6636 Bird (Golding). Urinary deposits; their Diagnosis, Pathology, and Therapeutical indications. A new American, from the fourth revised and enlarged London edition.

12mo. Philadelphia, 1854.

6637 Bouillon-Lagrange (E. J. B.). Cours d'Étude Pharmaceutique.


4 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1793. l'Anatomie de l'Homme, comavec planches lithographiées 34 Nos. fol. Paris, 1837, &c.

6638 Bourgery (Dr.) Traité complet de prenant la médicine opératoire; d'après nature, par N. H. Jacob. The whole Anatomy of the Human Body, with its various Practical Applications, including a System of Operative Surgery; illustrated by lithographic plates drawn from nature by N. H. Jacob. Translated from the original French by R. Willis. 20 Nos. fol. Paris, 1833, &c.

6640 Boutron-Charlard. Moyens de reconnaitre les Falsifications. See No. 6642.

6641 British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review; or, Quarterly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery.

Vols. 3 to 18, inclusive.

66 28.

6642 Bussy et Boutron-Charlard.

Vols. 37 to 52, inclusive.
33 vols. 8vo. London, 1849-73.

Traité des Moyens de reconnaitre

les Falsifications des Drogues simples et composées.

8vo. Paris, 1829.

6643 Byrne (Bernard M.). An Essay to prove the contagious character of Malignant Cholera; with brief Instructions for its prevention and cure; 2d edition. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1855. 6644 Carpenter (Geo. W.). Essays on some of the most important articles of the Meteria Medica: to which is added a Catalogue of Medicines, Surgical Instruments, &c., &c.



12mo. Philadelphia, 1831.

(William B.). Animal Physiology. A new edition, 8vo. London, 1848.

carefully revised.

Principles of Physiology, general and comparative. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1851.

3d edition,

6647 Carpenter (Geo. W.). Principles of Human Physiology, with their chief applications to Psychology, Pathology, Therapeutics, &c. New American from the last London edition. With 261 illustrations. Edited with additions by Francis Gurney Smith. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1855. 6648 Catalogue of the United States Army Medical Museum. Surgical, Medical and Microscopical. 4to. Washington, 1866. 6649 Chambers (Thomas King). The Renewal of Life. Lectures, chiefly clinical. 2d American from the 4th London edition. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1866.


The Indigestions; or, Diseases of the Digestive Organs Functionally Treated. 3d edition. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1870. 6651 Chenu (J. C.). Rapport au Conseil de Santé des Armées, sur les résultats du service medico-chirurgical aux Ambulances de Crimée et aux Hôpitaux militaires Français en Turquie, pendant la Campagne d'Orient en 1854, 1855-1856.

See Garreau, No. 6677.

4to. Paris, 1865.

6652 Christison (Robert). Treatise on Poisons, in relation to Medical
Jurisprudence, Physiology, and the Practice of Physic. 3d
8vo. Edinburgh, 1836.
6653 Circular No. 1. War Department Surgeon General's office. Re-
port on Epidemic Cholera and Yellow Fever in the Army of the
United States, during the year 1867 4to. Washington, 1868.
Report on Excisions of the Head of the Femur
4to. Washington, 1869.

6654 Circular No. 2.
for Gunshot Injury.
Circular No. 4. See No. 2545.

6655 Circular No. 5. Report on Epidemic Cholera in the Army of the United States, during the year 1866. 4to. Washington, 1867 6656 Circular No. 6. Reports on the Extent and Nature of the Materials available for the Preparation of a Medical and Surgical History of the Rebellion.

4to. Philadelphia, 1865.

Extracts of Letters received to Circular No. 6.

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6657 Circular No. 7. A Report on Amputation at the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery. 4to. Washington, 1867. 6658 Cochin (Augustin). Le Service de Santé des Armées avant et pendant le Siège de Paris. 16mo. Paris, 1871. 6659 Collis (Maurice Henry). On the Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer, and the Tumours analogous to it. 8vo. London, 1864. 6660 Combe (Andrew). The Principles of Physiology applied to the Preservation of Health, and to the Improvement of Physical and Mental Education. 18mo. New-York, 1838. 6661 Cooper (Astley). The Anatomy and Surgical Treatment of Abdominal Hernia. 2d edition, by C. Aston Key.


Fol. London, 1827.

Principles and Practice of Surgery. With Plates. Edited by Alexander Lee. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1837.

6663 Copland (James). Dictionary of Practical Medicine: comprising general pathology, the nature and treatment of diseases, morbid structures, &c., &c. Edited, with additions, by Charles A. Lee. 3 vols. roy. 8vo. New York, 1846–60. 6664 Dalton (J. C.). Treatise on Physiology and Hygiene.

12mo. New York, 1868. 6665 Darwin (Erasmus). Zoonomia, or the Laws of Organic Life. In three Parts. Fourth American edition.

2 vols 8vo. Philadelphia, 1818. 6666 Day (Horace). The Opium Habit, with suggestions as to the 12mo. New York, 1872. remedy. 6667 Dick (Robert). Derangements, primary and reflex, of the Organs of Digestion. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1842. 6668 Draper (John C.). Text-Book on Anatomy, Physiology, and With 170 Hygiene. For the use of Schools and Families. Illustrations. 6669 Dunglison (Robley). Human Physiology. With 368 Illustrations; 6th edition. 2 vols. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1846.

8vo. New York, 1866.

6670 Earle (Henry). Practical Observations in Surgery.

8vo. London, 1823.

6671 Erichsen (John). The Science and Art of Surgery. Being a treatise on Surgical injuries, diseases, and operations. Edited by John H. Brinton, illustrated by 311 Engravings on wood. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1854.

6672 Fergusson (William). Notes and Recollections of a Professional life. Edited by his son, James Fergusson.

8vo. London, 1846. Ether and Chloroform: their employment in Surgery, Dentistry, Midwifery, Therapeutics, &c.

6673 Flagg (J. F. B.).

12mo. Philadelphia, 1851.

6674 Flaxman (John). Anatomical Studies of the Bones and Muscles, for the Use of Artists. Engraved by Henry Landseer. With two additional Plates, and explanatory Notes by William Fol. London, 1833. Robertson.

6675 Francis (John W.) American Medical Register.

See No. 6608.

6676 Gardner (John). Household Medicine: containing a familiar description of Diseases, their nature, cases, and symptoms; the most approved methods of treatment; and the Properties and uses of remedies, including many new and valuable medicines, with directions for preparing them; and rules for the management of the Sick-Room: expressly adapted for Family 8vo. London, 1863. use. 2d edition, revised and enlarged.

6677 Garreau (P.). Du service de santé de l'Armée, et de l'organisation qu'il réclame. Statistique Medico-Chirurgicale des Ambulances et des Hôpitaux de l'armée d'Orient.

8vo. Pamphlet, Paris, 1865.

See Chenu, 6651.

'6678 Garrod (Alfred Baring). The Nature and Treatment of Gout, and Rheumatic Gout. 2d Edition, enlarged and carefully revised. 12mo. London, 1863. 6679 Gee (Samuel). Auscultation and Percussion: together with the other Methods of Physical Examination of the Chest.

16mo. London, 1870. 6680 Gibson (William). The Institutes and Practice of Surgery; being the Outlines of a Course of Lectures.

2 vols. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1824-25.

6681 Goodfellow (S. J.). Lectures on the Diseases of the Kidney, generally known as "Bright's Disease" and Dropsy. 12mo. London, 1861. 6682 Griscom (John H.). Animal Mechanism and Physiology; being a plain and familiar exposition of the structure and functions of the Human System. 18mo. New York, 1840. The use of Tobacco, and the Evils, Physical, Mental, Moral, and Social, resulting therefrom. To which is added the Chemistry of a Cigar. Pamphlet, New York, 1868.



6684 Gross (S. D.). Practical Treatise on Passages. With illustrations.

Foreign Bodies in the Air8vo. Philadelphia, 1854.

6685 Guthrie (G. J.). On the Anatomy and diseases of the Urinary and Sexual Organs. From the third London edition.

8vo. Philadelphia, 1845, 6686 Hall (Marshall). Commentaries, principally on the Diseases of Females which are constitutional. 2d edition.











of the Blood.

8vo. London, 1830.

A Critical and Experimental Essay on the Circulation 8vo. London, 1831. Observations on Blood-letting, founded upon researches on the morbid and curative effects of loss of blood.

8vo. London, 1836. Lectures on the Nervous System and its Diseases.

8vo. London, 1836. Principles of the Theory and Practice of Medicine; including a third edition of the Author's work upon Diagnosis. 8vo. London, 1837. Memoirs on the Nervous System. 4to. London, 1837. (W. W.). Health by Good Living.

its unmedicinal cure.

12mo. New York, 1871.

Health and Disease, as affected by Constipation, and 12mo. New York, 1870. Coughs and Colds; or, the Prevention, cause, and cure of various affections of the Throat; with cases, illustrating the remarkable efficacy of Out-Door activity and Horse back Exercise, &c. 12mo. New York, 1870. with additions.


Sleep. 5th edition revised,

Fun better than Physic;

12mo. New York, 1866. or, Everybody's Life-Pre12mo. Springfield, 1871.

6697 Hammond (William A). Treatise on Hygiene, with special reference to the Military service.

8vo. (2 copies.) Philadelphia, 1863. 6698 Headland (Frederick). An Essay on the action of Medicines in the system; 2d edition revised and enlarged.

8vo. London, 1855. 6699 Hennen (John). Principles of Military Surgery, comprising observations on the arrangement, police, and practice of Hospitals, and on the history, treatment, and anomalies of Variola and Syphilis. 8vo London, 1829. 6700 Holmes (T.). A System of Surgery, theoretical and practical in Treatises by various Authors.

4 vols. 8vo. London, 1860-64. 6701 Hooper's Physician's Vade Mecum. 8th edition. Revised by William Augustus Guy, and John Harley.

12mo. London, 1869. 6702 Hosack (David). System of Practical Nosology: to which is prefixed a synopsis of the systems of Sauvages, Linnaeus, Vogel, &c., &c., with references to the best authors on each disease 2d edition. 8vo. New York, 1821.





Essays on various Subjects of Medical Science.
2 vols. 8vo. New York, 1824.
An Inaugural Discourse, delivered at the opening of
Rutgers Medical College, in the City of New York.

8vo. New York, 1826.
Observations on the Laws governing the Communica-
tion of Contagious Diseases, and the means of arresting their
4to. New York, 1815.

American Medical Register. 6707 Hospital Transports. A Memoir of the

See No. 6608.

Embarkation of the Sick and Wounded from the Peninsula of Virginia in the Summer of 1862. 16mo. Boston, 1863. 6708 Hubbeneth (Docteur). Service Sanitaire des Hôpitaux Russes pendant la guerre de Crimée, dans les années 1854-1856. Appendice à la description de la défense de Sébastopol. See No. 351.

6709 Hunter (John). Treatise on the Blood, Inflammation, and Gunshot Wounds. A new edition. 8vo. London, 1826.

6710 Johnson (George). On the Diseases of the Kidney.




8vo. London, 1856. (James). Influence of Civic Life, Sedentary Habits, and Intellectual Refinement, on Human Health and Human Happiness, &c., &c. 8vo. London, 1820. Economy of Health; or, the Stream of Human Life from the Cradle to the Grave. With Reflections.

18mo. New York, 1843. Change of Air, or the Philosophy of Travelling; being autumnal excursions through France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, and Belgium. 8vo. New York, 1831.

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