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LONDON: SAVILL AND EDWARDS, PRINTERS, CHANDOS STREET,
CONTENTS OF No. LXIIJ.
BRITISH AND FOREIGN
Analytical and Critical Reviews.
REV. 1.-1. Illustrations of the Nueva Quinologia of Pavon. With Twenty-
seven Coloured Plates of Plants and their Dissections, by W. FITCH,
F.L.S.; Three Coloured Plates, containing Forty-four Delineations of
Microscopic Sections, by TUFFEN WÉST, F.L.S., and Observations on
the Barks described, by John Eliot HOWARD, F.L.S., &c. . . 1
2. Travels in Peru and India while superintending the Collection of Cin-
chona Plants and Seeds in South America, and their Introduction into
India. By CLEMENTS R. MARKHAM. Maps and Illustrations. ib.
3. Report on the Expedition to procure Seeds and Plants of the Cinchona
succirubra, or Red Bark Tree. By RICHARD SPRUCE. Map . . ib.
4. Notes on the Medicinal Cinchona Barks of New Granada, by H. KAR-
STEN; and of the Cinchona Trees of Huanaco (in Peru), by E. POEPPIG.
(Translated from the German.) Pamphlet . . . . . .
5. Report on the Expedition to procure Seeds of Cinchona Condaminea
from the Sierra de Cajanuma, near Loxa, in Ecuador. By ROBERT
CROSS. Pamphlet, with Appendix . . . . . . .
6. The Cultivatiou of the Quina Tree in Java, to the end of 1859. By
FRANZ JUNGHUHN and J. E. DE VRY. (Translated from the Dutch.) ib.
7. Gardener's Chronicle, 1862 and 1863. (Letters of Mr. Cross). ib.
Rev. II.-On Diseases of the Chest, including Diseases of the Heart and Great
Vessels: their Pathology, Physical Diagnosis, Symptoms, and Treat-
ment. By HENRY WILLIAM FULLER, M.D. Cantab., &c. . . .
Rev. III.-1. Contributions to Practical Medicine. By J. BEGBE, M.D., &c. 22
2. Clinical Medicine : Observations recorded at the Bedside, with Com-
mentaries. By W. T. GAIRDNER, M.D. . . . . . . 10.
REV. IV.-Lecture on Milk; on the Composition of Cheese, and on Practical
Mistakes in Cheese-making; Cheese Experiments; on Poisonous Cheese.
By Dr. AUGUSTUS VOELCKER. (Reprinted from vols. xxii, and xxiii.
of the “ Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England.') . .