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tystisi'it, ***, L., 9: ht: 6a este si perbe: Biva,
Chemistry. The clobal eksimin of diatrtie trine try Duhom se*s 1., 412 16 ur ce sf strate to... - stranu

wal, surdu. P., 21; repeint u molusi entenebry, lli, WB, . Cenica, bre, O. W, 411, Isa pa cf latex, IDC.31
Children. 1,4** bing iplantoin pariynie ******] by im Daster , part 6: the ima. T2.Te for herre 2 523 in tigai,

wat, W., 2169 ; the ty neue of study, treat program ia diana of Porint, C.B., 477 ; strctare a tie rus, kios, RP512;
chimire, Misuh, 1,

DRÁ, T.A, 511, frestitsi uucer of beach, 621;
Children's Himpital, Bruton, 46.
China. Cremali loenina, IV.

yoga, De 1929, D. B, porta in bestry, as, W. 11, -2,
Chloral. An verdere of chloral, Reynolds, J.P., 151.

#riwa of tbe rectum or cau et, npr, H.,
Chler. "Prauturin waaimat et lera, 166 reports oa cholera, Sar. Diphtheria. 891 tea iain in dieser Vortet, D. 422: dipbiberis
peneral llunter and Dr. Kituri Kireb, 2A.

Wita unik iztims, lla, vari. 6. 6.,315, trucusu, ía cuap ani dipo-
Cireulatory Wymiem. Kautunun bay Daliophy of the heart, Dulle, C.' theria, Moolanty, E E...

W, 11, repudiu la cartunis oxide pránouinz If altel, W..., 2; para- Distoma. Tue ip-giatory of the distonns bepaticum, Mipot, C. 8., 418.
central of the reardium, Mwelonuid, J. W., 22; aneunum of the thora. Doe, O. W. Crvention of three qali-alone. A retused pucenia, *,
cie wirl, Olmury, C, 87, calefed pericardium. doubi mitrai di mase, 31; 411: pauso-metabtabous eolentis, 411 , removal of lætai buses by roe.
throuvaix, aw the enditions which (a sof its devewpment, Bruenway, C.'

turn,{41.
II, Ini, aneuren of the unewling, wit, Blake, d. 6. 61, abdominal Draper, F. W. Recent progress in forensie medicine, 50; coiluid cancer
Bucurian, Alveus, 1. 11, 61, atherumna, diintation and aneurism of the of the apprendis vermiformis, 181 ; cases of rupeute of toe ster, 53, 317.
murta, otp, Munner, d.11, 87, recent privitons in the treatinent of the Drugs. Slate porter utwas for uiterstei druga, to: toleru nesalion
reci desse, hulluek, Y. C. lis, topical cardise blintriing in the trate, Teiative to adulteration of food and draga, Abbe, S. W., -41,235; "tur.
ment of wut rheumatism, Parks, NOD,36; peculiar can of valvular ther legislation to prevent the adulteration of food and drugs," sib.
dieu of the heart, Bollen, W. P., 31%, rupture of one of the aortic vaives Drunkard and the docuir, l.
during revere muncular train, 812; sp misneous phimhitis, Fideld, W.C. , Ductles Glands, diseases of. Addison's disease, Howe, 0. T., 181.
B, i probabie tranxx190 of the heart, with recovery, 4*; the heal. Dulles, C. W. Enormous hypertrophy of the heart, 16.
Ink of aruerien ter ligature, Warren, J, C., 41%, umbilical ha no Thaze, Dwight, T. Rerent progress in anatomy, 225: lecture in the course on
Gint, . 8., 422 menile: kangrene, Pith, K. 1,644; umbilical baxmorrhage, wpgraphical anatomy, 56; modern methods in aatomy, 55.
Hichardwon, WL, 492.

Dysphazia. Practical suggestions upon the alimentation of patients suf.
Cleft Palate. An improved appliance in the treatment of cleft palate, Ieriug iruin dysphagia, Delatan, D. B., 535.

Baker, WA, 127, 134
Climate. Moine observations on Southern California and Colorado, Daven- Ear. Recent progress in otology, Green, J. Orne, 3; treatment of diseases
pript, , II, VA

of the ear, Morse, H. L , 161; intamation of both tym pada and both
Club-foot. 09 the use of force in the treatment of resistant club-foot, labyrinths in scarlet fever, Green, J. Orde, 223; round ceuei surema of
Bruiford, E11, 25.

the meatus auditorus, Green, J. Orne, 343; verous effusions in the tympa.
Cohen, J.). A (ne of complete paralysis of the left vocal band in ex- num, Green, J. Orne, 553, 53*); specimen illustrating progressive more-
treuse struction, the result of an inciard wound of thr neck, 49).

Inent of dermoid lining of external auditory canal, Hooper, F. H., 560.
Collodion, Poinu surgical usua of collodion, Gamgre, 8., 15.

Early Rising. The therapeutics of early rising, 173.
Colon. Downward displacement of the transverre colon; three cases, with Eczema. Acute eczemna in pregnancy, Abbot, 3. L., 276.

nutupales, Thomas, C. II, 1, downward di-placement of the transverse Edes, R. T. Clinical lecture on a case of myxoedema, 3-5; diabetic coma,
coton, Williams, x T., 46'

495, unusual cases of scurvy, bi; materia medica at the Harvard Media
Connecticut. Typhoid and malarial fevers in Connecticut, 117; malaria cal school, 62).
nud polacheria in Connecticut, 394.

Edinburgh. Edinburgh tercentenary, 379; the medical magnates of
Contagious Diseases. A bill to prevent the spread of contagious dis- Elinburgu, 401; extramural teaching in Elinburzh, 102; some od Edin.
tv44 444 441112g cattlẽ, khí,

burgh surgeons, 499; report of cases treated in Edinburgh lufirmary, 619.
Coordination. Path of courilination, Spitzka, E. C., 231.

Editorials. Annus medicus incipiens, 18; literature in medicine, 18; per
Cowles, L. A Cune of hysteros i convulsions, 80%,

missive euthanasia, 19; the decision in regard to the prize for essays on
Cox, J. B. Salivary calculi of the right sub-maxillary gland, 35.

maligoant disease, its cure, and the metuods of investigation to be foi-
Crandall, C. R. Cane in practice; chronic pleuritis with excessive san- lowed, 2); nerve stretchiog, 40; the National Board of Health, the report
kuinolent eifunion, 680.

for the year 1932-1833, 41; the Massachusetts Board of Health, 41; the
Crrmation. Cremation in China, 140 ; a New England cremation society, prize offer by the Worshipful Company of Grocers, London, 42 ; state pros-

ecutions for adulterated druga, 65; annual reports of the president and
Cripps, H. Exeision of the rectum for cancer, 598.

treasurer of Harvard University, 1852-1853, 65 : Quarantine and Health,
Crondal, H. T. Venico-vaginal 6xlula with inverted bladder, 516. Charity, and Lunacy in the city and State of New York, 66; "he betting
Croup. I'he treniinent of membrunous croup, 443, tracheotomny in croup of domicilex, 89; is there a pon-contagious erysipelas ? 90 ; some old-time
autphcheria, Montgomery, E. E., 667.

doctor*, 113; emotiooni insanity, and the defense of Nuit for killing bis
Crypta syphilitica, 430).

father's murderer, 113; the preservation of the Adirondacks, 114 ; the
Cumhink, B. A mother thirteen years of age, 449 ; St. Mary's Lying-in simulation of stone, 138; Bonton's improved sewerage system, 139; crema-
110 piul, 363.

tion in China, 140; transitory apnais in typhoid fever, 161 ; another
Cutaneous system. Abnormal elasticity of the skin, Ingalls, W., 61; United States Pharmacopoeia ; is it needed? lol; medical attendance upon

!1mproved wound in the treatment of certain forms of skin affections, sick jurors, 162 ; " trance ' as a symptom of hysteria, 185; endowmeni of
Morrow, P. A., 231, neute eczema in pregnancy, Abbot, 8. 1.., 270 ; pith- medical schools; bequest of the late Dr. Calvin Ellis to the Harvard
Glogimi com 1110ns of the mkim following the interval use of borax, Wig- School, 180; a New England cremation society, 187; restraint at the Ulica
Klesworth, E., 401; report on dermatology, Tilden, G, ll , 411.

Insane Asylum, 187; lue metric rysle in and the Pyramid of Ghizen, 210;
Cutler, E. li. Protracted lothargy after the use of bromide of sodium by the determination of sex at will, 211 ; the relation ot laboratories to medical
one having the morphia habit, 248, 265.

science and medical education, 233 ; periodical change of color of tbe bair,
Cuzzi. Duration of the inenstrual hæmorrhage in relation to the develop- 234 ; new national pharmacopoeia, 235; reports on choera from Surgeon.
Beut of the fetus at term, and to multiple pregnancy, 852.

General Hunter and Dr. Robert Koch, 255; actinomycosis of the perico-

næuin and abdominal organs in mau, 259; the retlex effect of dealing in
D., $. H. Het water for streets ; malt on xtreet railways, 69.

“ fucures," 269; the drunkard and the doctor, 281; -bull the Cuited States
Diton, J. C. The differences in form of the adult head, 229.

Pharinacopoeia be the legal standard for drugs in Ma-sachusetts, or shall it
Daly, W. H. Gunshot wound of the larynx, involving the vocal bands, be woine one of several commentaries or dispensatories, 282 ; The hygiene of

study, 305 ; Dr. Thomas Trotter, surgeon to the fleet, 366; the sanitary con-
Davenport, F. II. Some observations on Southern California and Colo- dition of the school buvuses of the citi of Lynn, 329; the foot and mouth dis-
rado, 614

eare, 333; insanity and the law, 354 ; modern and aucient leprosy in
Davim, u. G. The treatment of hip-joint diverse; extension better than Syria, 354 ; legislation in New York for the protection of food products,
excinton, 11); NO HO MURK-ntions upon cerebro-spinal meningitis, 262.

356 ; “further legislation to prevent the adulteration of food and drugs,"
Death. Permisivo cutiunia, 19; mortality statistics of Providence, 378; the Edinburgh terceptenary, 379; reform of medical service on
Il. l., for the year 1843, #4,

sbipa, 401; the medical maguales of Edinburgh, 401; extra-ural teach-
Do Bo*, T. A. Congenital web of the vocal bands, with ca«c8, 491; ing in Edinburgh, 402; the meetings of the American medical and other
C* o buceni tuberculosin, 613; tonsillitis, 614.

Annociations at Washington, 425 ; the doctrine of evolution as applied to
Dolavan, D. B. Permanent uollateral paralymix of laryngeal abductors, pathological states of the nervous syrtem, 425; the subrutaneous use of
jonowing cerebral hemorrhage ; unique caxo, 012; practical sugostions morphine in elderly persons, 427; Dr. Willard Parker, 427; the Caesarean
upon the alimentation of patients mullering from dysphagia, 636.

section as performed by suvages, 450 ; etherization by the rectum, 451;
Dentistry. I'rogram in dentistry, Rollins, W. 11, 82, 000.

the New York State Asylum for Insane Crinioals, 432; the meeting of the
Torby, 11. A case of sudden ainauronin; recovery, 120.

American Medical Association at Wasbington, 413; the theraprutics of
Deromitoloky. Report on Jerantoloxy, Tilden, t. II., 413.

early risiog, 473 ; leprosy in the law.jian Islands, 414; the uinguostic
Docomtion mi asyluun, I'n ron, KL. 1., 110.

value of the discovery of the bacillus tuberculesin! in spunum, 498;
Detmolil. Dingos and treatment of my philix, 205.

some old Edinburgh surgeous, 199; testamentary capacity, 500 ; treat-
Dubotom. The content oximinution of diabolic uriuo by Duhomme's test, ment of ulcer of the stomach, 521 ; the cemeteries and waler supply of
itund, k. 1., 21, diabetle com, Kilox, R. T, 495

Panama, 522; the "taxation" theory of expert testimony, 5t6; a word for
Digestive Nyutem. Downwand placement of the transverse colon ; mintury drill in schools, 547; a verdict of muurlaughter against an irregu-

time on, with autopnien, Thomm, 011, 1; salivary crew of the right lar practitioner, 517; the Eighth Internatiomul Medical Congress, 569 ; a
Hubuxiliary kom, Cox, J..., 3); liver of chicken with tubercular new line of research for cerebral physiologines, 569; the one hundred and
Krowlina, Micconnell, W.0., 33 ; downward displacement of the trans. third annual meeting of the Massachusetts Meuical Society, 569; The
Verne colun, Wom, E. T., 46; hour Klucontraction of stomach, Mus. Massachusetts Medical Society and women, (94; the importance of a
por, J. 11, Wy; the treatment of follteular tonni litis, Garland, 11. M. , 103; knowledge of the physical characters of druga, 595; the tubercle bacillus,
# **** of enronte ulcer of the duodenum, llomaux, CD, 104; Jerention in 618; report of cases created in Waru XIX, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh,
#mydums, l'armon*, R. L., 110; Himproved appliance in the play stological 619,
trontinent of rlelt pulute, Baker, W. A., 127, 131; colloid cancer of the ap- Education. Annual reports of the president and treasurer of Harvard
PX vormitormnis, Draper, F. W., 131; two cases of abdominal section Curversity, 1882-1983, 65; endowment of medical scho Is i bequest of the
in over time and not intestinal obstruction, llomans, J., 116, 166; for- late Dr. Calvin Ellis to the Harvard School, 180; the American Prueti-
en benie romoved from the tesophagus and the ureflora, fries,

G., tioner on the Louisville Medical College, 23%; the Ohio Sa'e Medical So-
lui; ubruimr ulcers of intestines with perforation, Ilughes, W. E , 200 ; ciety and medical tuuration, 310; extramural teaching in Elint urgh, 402;
actinomycosis of the peritoneum and abdominal organs in mati, 259, irti- niitary drill in sitioois, óti; materia medica at the larvard Menical
Ievallutation of the oulon with , Vickery, II. F., 333; ratnes of rupture School, Kiles, R. T., 620
of the liver, Draper, F. W., 33, 34); collection of three gall-stones, Do«, Edwards, W.A. Carcinoma of the uterus ; futty kidneys and empyema,
0 W, 315 ; one of epithelioma of the stomach and colou, presenting in
Kular dioulty of diagnosis, l'ackard, J. 11.,371; waliguant direase of the Elephant. The sacred white elephant, 190.

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Eliot, G. Enteric fever in New Haven, 351.

ment of gleet and gonorrhæal strictures by Otis's method, Garland, G. M.,
Elliot, J. W. The treatment of retroversion of the uterus with adhe- 181; the treatment of retroversion of the uterus with adhesions, Elliot, J.
xiou, 193, 398.

W., 193, 393; cancer of uterus, Ilughes, W. E., 207; the operation of ova -
Elsberg, L. Spasms of the glottis, 513.

riotomy, llomans, J., 337; reasons for the early removal of ovarian cumors,
Embryos. Renewed request for embryological material, Minot, C. S., 189. Irish, J. C., 341; tumor of the uterus, Burrell, H. L.. 318: maligonnt dis-
Endometritis. Some considerations ou endometritis, Jacobi, M. P., 468, ease of the tes'icle tappe 1 for hydrocele, Roberts, J. B., 37%; sea voyage
Enteric Fever. Transitory aphasia in typhoid fever, 162 ; ætiology of and ainesorrice 1, Chuwick, J. R., 418; some considerations on endoine-

typhoid fever, Janeway, E. G., 203; the treatment of typhoid fever, 300 ; tritis, Jacobi, M. P, 408; vesico-vaginal fistula, with inverted bladder,
enteric fever ia New liven, Eliot, G., 361; an epidemic or typhoid fever at Croasdale, H T., 516; hysteria, as atfected by removal of the ovaries,
a summer hotel, Woodward, L. F., 364

Walton, G. L., 529, 542; the medical treatment of uterine fibroids, Blake,
Enteritis. Pseudo-membranous enteritis, Doe, 0. W., 441.

J. G., 561; sarcoma of testicle, Schweinitz, Gde, 566.
Ernst, H. C. Tartzell's method for staining the tubercle bacillus, 213. Ghizeh. The metric system and the Pyramid of Ghizeh, 210.
Erysipelas. Is there a non-contagious erysipelas ? 9).

Gibb, J. S. Umbilical hænnorrhage, 422
Ether administered by the rectum, 405 ; etherization by the rectum, Post, Gleet. The treatment of gleet and gonorrhoeal strictures by Otis's method,
A., 442, 451.

Garland, G. M., 181
Ethics. The value of ethical codes for practitioners of medicine, Stillé, A., Goodell (Philadelphia). Parovarian cysts, 118.
404.

Graham, D. Brittle bones, 467.
Euthanasia, permissive, 19.

Green, c. M. Report on obstetrics, 33; case of mammary cancer ; opera-
Evolution. The doctrine of evolution as applied to pathological states of tion; subsequent catarrhal pneumonia, with cancer of the lungs, autop-y,
the nervous system, 425.

59; malformed foetus, 61; the delivery of the second fætus in labor with
Experts. The “ taxition" theory of expert testimony, 516, 573.

twios, 64; report of a summer course in obstetrics, 339, 398 ; podalic ver-
Eye. A case of sudden amaurosis, recovery, Derby, II., 120; intraocular sion, and abdominal pressure upon the after-coming heai, 449.
changes in cases of cerebral tumor, Williams, C. II., 257 ; blepharospasm, Green, J. Orne. Recent progress in otology, 3; influnmation of both
Miller, H G., 304; 103of sight from injury of farial nerve, O'Leary, C., tympanu and both labyrinths iu scarlet fever, 228; round-celled sarcoina
314; case of foreign body in the orbit, William, C. II., 318; three cases of of the ineatus auditorius, 318 serous effusions in the tympanum, 553, 560.
bomonymous hemianopix, Wadsworth, 0. F., 483, 495 ; recent progress in Griffin, A. C. A case of pustula maligna, 429.
ophthalmology, Wadsworth, 0. F., 555; temporary blindness following Griswold, G. Noles on albuminaria, 633.
labor, Schiedt, P. M. ,569.

Haemophilia. Cuse of uinbilical hæmorrhage, Richardson, W.L., 592.
Fabre. Hysterical pseudo-phthisis, 70).

Hæmoptysis in the course of puerperal septicemia, Husmer, A., 276.
Farlow, J. W. An antiseptic absorbent pad, 541.

Hair. Perioclical change of color of the ha r, 231.
Feeble-minded Children. Institution in Pennsylvania, 571.

Halsted, W. S. Retusjou in carbonic oxide poisoning, 22; the effects of
Féré. Pregauncy and morphinikin, 117.

aduction and a nduction on the length of the liub ia fractures of the neck
Fibroids. The medical treatment of uterine fibroid, Blake, J. G., 561. of the femur, 231.
Field, H. M. Retaiued placenta of abortion, 521; six generic drug mod- Hartzell. A new method for the detection of the bacillus tuberculosis,
ifications, 601.

166.
Fifield, W. C. B. Suppression of urine treated with canthari lev, 271; Hartzell's method for staining the tubercle bacilius, Ernst, H. C., 213.

high temperatures after lub or without obvious cause, 275; spontaneous Harvard University. Annual Röport of the President and Treasurer
phlebitis, 397; external urethrotomy, Wneelhouse's operation, 338.

of Ilarvard University, 1832-1335, 65; the buquest of the In'e Dr. Calvin
Finger-contraction, Dupuytrens, Abbe, R., 419.

Ellis, 70, the late DiCalvin Ellis, 166; endiwment of inedical schools;
Fisher, H. M. Case of pnchisis with empyema, 86.

bequest of the late Dr. Calvin Ellis to the Harvard School, 186.
Fitz, R. H. Amputation in senile gangrene, 319; senile gangrene, 514. Haven, H. C. Cephalhæmatoma, 181.
Flint, A. Pathological and practical relations of the bacillus tuberculo. Hayward, G. G. Diphtheria with complications, 515.
sis, 108 ; scarlet fever, 539.

Hearn, J. A case of Paget's Disease, 56); colloid carcinoma, 565.
Fætus, malformed, Green, C. M., 61.

Heart. Probable transixion of the heart with recovery, 405.
Folsom, C. F. Two cases of injury to the back, 97, 104.

Heating. Toe heating of domiciles, 89.
Food. Modern legislation relative to adulteration of food and drugs, Ab- Hornia. Four elses of strangulate i heroia, Homans, J., 416.

bit, S. W., 241, 253; on milk supplies in large cities, Morris, J.C., 315, Hills, W. B. Report on medical chemistry, 130.
333, 349; the milk supply of Boston, and the benefit to be derived froin Hinsdale, G. Fructure of the base of the skuli, 85; necrosis of the tem-
spłying cows, Abbott, L. F., 317, 352; legislation in New York for the poral bine and braio abscess, 85.
protection of food products, 33); " further legislation to prevent the adul- Hip-joint. A successful case of amputation at the hip.joint, Bradford,
teration of food and drugs,'' 378.

E. i., 257; extension better thxo excision, Davis, H. G., 116.
Foot-Ball. The killed and wounded, 338 ; accidents, 523.

Holmes, 0. W. New facts about Dr. O. W. Holmes, 83t.
Foot and Month Disease, 330.

Hom ins, C. D. A case of chronic ulcer of the du denum, 101.
Forensic Medicine. Recent progress in forensic medicine, Draper, F. Hom ans, J. The operation of ovariotomy, 337; two Ciney of ab lominal
W., 80.

Netion to discover the cause of intestinal obstruction, 155; nephrect ny
Fowler, G. B. The detection of albumen in urine, 293.

for the removal of cancerous or sarcomatous tumors of the kidney, 13, 150;
Fractures. The effects of adduction and abdurtion on the length of the four cases of strangulated hernia, tlo.
litob jo fructures of the neck of the femur, Hilsted, W. S., 231.

Hooper, F. H. A rare form of tunor (cavernous papillomı) of the vocal
Francis, G. E. A new antiseptic Uressing, 429.

coru, 511; specimen illustrating progressive movement of dermoid lining

of external auditory canti, 560.
Gamgee, s. Some surgical uses of collodion, 165.

Hopkins, Mrs. Of Tartford upon Connecticut, 593
Gangrene. Senile gangrene, Fitz, R. II., 315, 514.

Hornet, V. Malignant disease of the peritoneum and abdominal viscera,
Gannett, W. W. Diigoosis and pathology of dermoid cysts, 62.

372.
Garland, G. M. The treatment of follicular tonsillitis, 103; the treat- Hosiner, A. Hæmoptysis in the course of puerperal septicemia, 276.
meat of gleet and gonorrhæxl strictures by Otis's method, 181.

Hospital. Hospital absenteeism, 41; The Children's Hospital, Boston, 16.
Garrigues, H. J. Prevention of puerperal infection, 14; the removal Howe, 0. T. Audison's disease, 181.
of tre after-birth, 373.

Hughes, W. E. General tuberculosis of serous membranes, 206 ; tuber-
Gay, G. W. A fatal case of internal urethrotomy, 2, 6; foreign bodies re- cuir ulcers of intestines with perforation, 206 ; phthisis following empy.

moved from the oesophagus and the urethra, 157; a year's experience in ema; am, loid kidneys : cancer of uterus, 207; secondary tuberculosis of
truheotomy, 320 : the plaster posterior splint in the treatment of frac- the bladder, ureter, kidney, and suprarenal body, 207.
tures of the leg. 595.

Hurd, E. P. Tne climcal eximinatiou of diabetic urine by Duhomme's
General Diseases. Syphilis of the brain and membranes, Wood, H. C., test, 1 ; cerebral localizations, 561.

23; case of cerebro-spinal syphilis, Post, A., 23; section of large spindle- Huxley. Condition of the Loudon poor, 39.
eelied sarcoma, MacConnell, W. G., 33 ; liver of chicken with tubercu ar Hygiene, Health, and Boards of Health. The National Board of
growths, MicConnell, . G., 38; case of mammary cancer; operation; Health, Report for the year 1332-1833, 41; the Massachusetts Board of
subsequent catarrhal poeumonia, with cancer of the lungs ; autopsy, Health, Al; Governor Robinsou's Inaugurél, 45; meeting of Board of
Green, C. M., 59; nephrectomy for the removal of cancerous or sarcina- Health, Luovey, and Charity ; resignation of superintendent of out-door
tous tumors of the kidney, llomans, J., 73 ; is there a non-contagious ery- poor, 45; state prosecutions for adulterated drugs, 65; Quirantine and
sipelas ? 90; pathological and practical relitions of the bacillus tuberculo- lieaith, Charity, and Lunacy in the city and state of New York, 6); joint
sis. Flint, A., 103; typhoid and malarial fovers in Connecticut, 117; col- Hianding committee on public health of Massachusetts Legislature, 70;
loist cancer of the appendix veroriformis, Draper, F. W., 131; clinical the heating of domiciles, 89; the hygiene of study, 30); the sanitary con:
aspects of cerebral syphilis, Wood, 11. C., 196, 220 ; etiology of typhoiu dition of the school-houses of the city of Lyun, 329; The Internatioual
fever, Janeway, E. G., 203; specimens of sarcomı, etc, Peabody, G. L., Health Exhibition, 572; sewage systems and the epuration of sewage by

5 ; diagnosis and treatment of syphilis, Detmold, 205;'anuriu from com- irrigation and Egriculture, Barnes, II. J., 577,603, 603.
pression of the ureters by cancerous disease, Minot, F., 227 ; topical car. Hysteria. “ Trance" as a symptom of hysteria, 185; hysteria as af-
diac blistering in the trettinent of acute reumarism, Park, N. O'D.. 303 ; jected by removal of the ovaries, Walton, G. L., 523, 542.
malignant disease of the bladvler, Burge, W.J., 304 ; locomotor atuxia and
syphilis, Weber, L., 325 ; enteric fever in New Haven, Eliot, G., 3i1 ; un Ice-bag. An extemporized ice-bag, Kingman, R. A., 94.
epidemic of typhoid fever at a suinner hotel, Wood waru, L. F., 364; mala- Imprgnation. The moral bearings of artiticial impregnation, 430.
ria and diphtheria in Connecticut, 382; sudden death in diphtheria, Long- Ingals, E. F. Tracheal stenosis, 512.
aker, D., 112; scarlet fever in the foetus in utero and in the mother at the Ingalls, w. Abnormal elasticity of the skin, 61 ; prevesical cellulitis fol.
uioth month of pregnancy, Leile, C. A., Hó; a contribution to the lowíag herniotoiny. Phlegmonous abscess. ** SOUS-ombilicale,” in Heur-
study of cong-niral syphilis, Mackenzie, J. N., 492; diabetic coma, Elex, taux spue. Perinephrije abscess, 289, 297.
R. T , 495 ; diphtheria with complicatioun, [[ły waru, G. G., 515; the con- Instruments and Apparatus. A new hip splint, Cabot, A, T., 6;
tagiousness of typhoid, Cab inins, T. T., 524 ; chancre of the ton-ils, Tay- an extemporizei ice-bas, Kinginin, R. A., 91; au improved ppliance in
lor, R. W., 537 ; scarlet fever, Fiint, A., 53); colloid carcinoma, learn, the treatment of cleft palate, Biker, H. A., 127; a substitute for strapping
J., 56); a case of Paget's Disease, learn, J., 565; surcoma of testicle, the testicle and the treatment of hydrocele, Warren, J. C., 157 i planter
Schweinitz, G. de, 56 i; tracheotomy in croup and diphtheria, Mout- supports, Brown-, W. T., 269; the surgical abuse of sponges and of silver
gonery, E. E, 517unusual cases of scurvy, Eles, R. T., 607.

wire, Roberts, J. B., 333; a new antiseptic diesing, i'r sueis, G. E., #2);
Generative Sysiem. Two cases of uterine polypus, Vinot, F., 58, 62; an autiseptic absorbent pad, Harlow, J. W.,ötti thy tirse discoverer of

derm vid cyst or cue right ovary, Blake, J. G., 62 : Biagnosis and pathology the usefulness of kungaroo ten tvas for igiturex, 555); tue plaster pos-
of uermoid cists, Gannett, W. W., 62 ; carcinone of the uteru; fatty kid- terior splint in the treatment of fractures of the luz, Guy, u. W., 68).
neys and empyema, Ellwards, W. A., 88; parovarian cysta, Goodell, 118; International loaith Exibition, 332, 572.
malformation of the vagina sinulating extrophy of the bladder, 132; let- International Medical ingress, 513.
ter from London, Minton, W. P., 141 ; fatal result from inj-etion of the Irish, J.C. Reisons for the early removal of ovarian tumors,

314.
funica vaginalis with iodine, Wyeth, J. A., 11?; a substitute for strapping
the testicle and the treatment of hydrocele, Warren, J.C., 157; the treat- Jacobi, A. The treatment of membranous croup, 413.

Jacobi, M. P. Some considerations on endometritis, 468.

Morrow, P. A. An improved method in the treatment of certain forms
Jacoby, G. W. Neurotie affectious accompanying joint lesions, 10.

of skiu atsections, 231.
Janeway, E. G. Etiology of typhoid fever, 213.

Morse, H. L. Treatment of diseases of the par, 164.
Janney, W. S. Maiignant pustule, 423.

Musser, J. H. Athere ma, dilatation, and aneurism of the aorta, ete,
Jarvis, W.C. A new method for the removal of laryngeal growths, 511. 87; bour-gias contraction of the stomach, 88 ; nung from a case of p.euro-
Jelly, G. F. General paralysis of the insane, 217, 2-3, 216.

pneumonia, complicated with delirium tremens, 58.
Jurisprudence. Recent progress in forensic medicine, Draper, F. W., Myxædema. Clinical lecture, Edes, R. T., 88.

du; emotional insanity, and the defense of Nuit for kuiling his father's
murderer, 113; Medico-legal note, 2.1.

Nancrede, C. B. Three cases illustrating some points in the pathology
Jurors. Medical attendance upon sick jurors, 162.

of certain injuries of the shoulder-joint, 357.

National Board of Health. Report for the year 1892-1883, 41.
Kingman, R. A. An extem porized ice-bag, 94.

Nervous system. Neurotic affections accompanying jiint lesions, J&-
Knight, F. I. Chrovic nasal catarrh: removal of hypertrophied tissue, cuby, G. W., lu: syphilis of the brain and membranes, Wood, Il. C, 35;
132, laryngeal compiications of pulucuary phthisis, 640.

a case of cerebro-spinal syphilis, Post, A.. 28 ; nerve stretching, 40: cases

of lesion of the brain with unilateral symptoms, Webber, S. G, 49, 60;
Laboratories. The relation of laboratories to medical science and medi. what is meant by nervous prostration Bartholow, R., 53, 63 ; hysterical
cal eciucation, 233.

pseudo phthi-is, Fabre, 70 ; necrosis of the temporal bone and bron ab-
Larynx. Laryngeal complications of pulmonary phthisis, Knight, F. I., scess, Hindale, G., 85; two cases of injury to the back, Folsom, C. F., 97,
54.

104; cerebro-spinal meningitis, five cases, Mason, A. L., 121, 132; the
Leale, C. A. Scarlet ferer in the futus in utero and in the mother at the simulation of stone, 133 ; transitory aphasia in typhoid fever, 161;
ninth month of pregnaney, 445.

*trance" as a symptom of hysteria, 135 ; clinical aspects of cerebral syph-
Ltffmann, H. Criticisms, irvm a chemical point of view, on some favorite ilis, Wood, H. C., 190, 220 ; general paralysis of the inside, Jeil, GP,
prescriptions, 411.

217, 22, 2461; paths of coordination, Spitzka, E. C, 231; the reflex effect
Leprosy. Modern and ancient leprosy in Syria, 354; leprosy in the bla- of dealing in " futures." 201; some suggestions upon cerebro-spinal men-
waltan Islands, 474.

ingitis, Davis, Il G., 22: a case of " wasting palsy" (partial), Kend, G.
Lethargy. Protructed letbargy after use of bromide of sodium by one M., 203, cave resembling infintile paralyxis caused by impr.per food,
having the morphia babit, Cuter, E. G , 248, 236.

Minot, F., 275 ; insular sclerosis of the posterior columns of the spidal
Liebmann, G. spidal irritation and neurasthenin, 460, 470.

cord, Pepper, W., 313; locomotor ataxia and syphilis, Weber, L., 3-5; a
Lincoln, R. P. Stricture of the oropbagus,

512.

contribution to the surgery of the brain, Macewen, 333: a case of byste-
Liquor Licenses in Boston, 202.

roid convulsions, Cowles, E., 08; the doc'rine of evolution as applied to
Literature in medicine, 13.

pathological states of the vervous system, 425; multiple neuritis, Webber,
Liver. Cases of rupture of the liver, Draper, F. W.. 339, 349.

Š.G., 411: spinal irritation and beurasthenia, Liebmann, G., 460, 470:
London. Condition of the London poor, Huxley, 39; the prize offer by cerebral localizations, Hund, E. P., 561; a new line of research for cerebral

tbe Worshipful Company of Grocers, Londou, 12, 45, letters from London, physiologists, 369.
141, 572; letter from London, W. P.N., 319.

Neuritis. Multiple neuritis, Webber, S. G., 441.
Longaker, D. Sudden death in diphtheria, 422.

New Haven. Euteric fever in New Haven, Eriot, G., 361.
Louisville Medical College, 238

Newport. The winter climate of Newport, 168.
Lukin, M. A case of plagionierocephalia, 117.

New York. Quarantine and Health, Charity, and Ludacy in the city and
Lyman, G. H. Prolapse of the anterior wall of the vagina during labor, State of New York, bo; anti-etics in the New York Hospital, 106
276.

Nichols, A. H. Salt on street rajwass; its medico legai aspects, 92.
Lynn. The sanitary condition of the school-houses of the city of Lynn, 329. Nitric Acid. Poisouing by fumes of nitric acid, Tempe, W., 496.

Nutt. Emotional insanity and the defense of Sutt for killing his father's
MacConnell, W. G. Seetion of fibroma mamma, 38 ; section of large murderer, 113.

spindie-celled sarcouia of lower jaw, 38; Liver of chicken with tubercular
Browths, 39.

Obstetrics. Report of a summer course in obstetrics, Green, C. M., 389,
Macdonald, A. Abdominal section for extra-uterine pregnancy, 525.
Macdonald, J. W. Paracen tesis of the pericarijum, 2.

Ohio State Me lical Society and medical education, 310.
Macewen (Glasgow). A contribution to the surgery of the brain, 333. Old-time Doctors', 113.
Mackenzie, J. N. A contributiou to the study of cougenitul syphilis, O'Leary, C. Aneurism of the thoracic aorta, 37; loss of sight from injury
492

of facial nerve, 304.
Malaria and diphtheria in Connecticut. 392.

Opium Habit. Protracted lethargy after the use of bromide of sodium by
Malignant Pustule. Pustula maligoa, Griffin, A. C., 429; malignant olie having the morphis habit, Cutler, E G., 249, 27.
puscuie, Janney, W.S., 433.

Orthopraxy. A new hip sp.jot, Cabot, A. T., 6; excision in hip disease;
Manslaughter. A verdict of manslaughter against an irregular practi. are les proguosis and its results better than those of a spontaneous cure,
tioner, 5ti.

Bradtoni, E. II., 7; the treatmeut of hip joint dine 4se, ex teosion better
Manton, W. P. Letter from London, 141.

than excision, Daris, 11. 6., 110; the orthopa die surgeon as a merhanical
Mason, A. L. Cerebro--pioal menjugitis; fire eases: one, of the fulmi- engineer, Shafer, S.M., 119, on the use of force in the treatment of re

Dant (oudroyant) type, treated by subcutaneous injection of a pomorphia, sistant club-foot, Bradford, E. H., 25; report on orthopæsic surgery,
morphine, and atropiue ; recovery ; one autopsy, 121, 132.

Brautoni, E. 11 , 34; Dupuytren': tinxercontraction, Able, R, 119.
Massachusetts Board of Health, 41.

Osteo-Myelitis of tibia, Wilson, C. M., 136.
Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Nitro-glycerine and the chlo- Otis, E. 0. The use of tobacco by bors, 99, 101 ; a case of cysto-pyelitis,

ride of gold and sodium in the treatuiest of ribuminuria, Bartholow, R., or pelo-cystitis coincident with peitis, 200, 27.
32; antiseptics in the New York Hospital, 106: the use of the menthoi Ovariotomy. The operation of ovariotomy, Homans, J., 837; reasons
cone as an apodype, Wendt, E. C., 109; some surgical uses of co.ioison, for the early removal of ovarian tumors, Irish, J. C., 314, hysteria, as af-
Gamzee, S., 100; a bill to prepare and pubìish a national pharmacopæla fected by removal of the ovaries, Walton, G. L., 52), 342.
for the Cnited Sutes, 168, Report on Materia Medica, B lies, " P., 20;
suppres-jon of urine treated with cantharides, Fitieid, W.C. B., 271, criti- Packard, J. H. Case of epithelioma of the stomach and colon, present-
cistas, from a chemical point of view, on some favorite prescriptions, Leti- ! ing rurxicai difficulty of diaguosis, 3il.
madd, H., 411; tbe subcutaneous use of morpbine ia e derly persous, 427 : Paget's Disease, case ot, Ilearn, J., 545.
the therapeutics of early rising, 473; the importance of a knowledge of Panama, The cemeteries and water supply of Panama, 522.
the physical characters of drugs, 595; the principles of modern therapeu. 'Paracentesis of the pericardium, Macdonald, J. W., 22.
sis, Wood, I. 0,597 ; six generic drug mouitications, Field, II. M., b1;, Parks, N, O'D. Topical cardiac boistering in the treatment of acute
materia dedica at the Harvard Medical school, Ees. R. T., 620.

rheumatism, 3.3.
Mathieson (Ontario). A case of extra-uterine gestation. Delivery of a Parsons, R. L. Detention in asylums, 110.
living child per vagiuam. Removal of placeuta. Recovery, 622

Passengers. Carriege of passengers by sa, 406.
Medical Examiners. Rhode Island Medical Society, 30.

Pathology. Recent pr grea* in pribolog aud pathological anatomy,
Melancholia. Cares of melalcho ia, Tuttie, G. T., 11, s.

Whitney, W.F., 33, 403, 47.
Menthol. The use of the menthol code as an aocdyne, Wendt, E.C., 109. Peabody, G. L. specimens of sarcoma, etc , 205; the treatment of ty-
Metric system and the Pyramid of Ghizeb, 210; a plea for consistency, phurd lever, 30).

Pepper, W. Insular sclerosis of the posterior columns of the spinal cord,
Military Drill in schools, 547.

313.
Milk. On milk suppy in large cities, Morris, J. C., 315, 323 ; the milk Petersen, 0. Pressure in the treatment of buboex, 5.

supply of Bestvo and the benefit to be derived from spaying cows, Abbott, Pharmacopæia. Another loited states pharmacoperin ; is it needed ?
L. F., 317, 319.

151 ; a bill to prepare and publish a national plaaru acoperis for the United
Miller, H. G. Blepharospasm, 301.

States, 108, the governmeut control of the lnited States Pharmacopoeia,
Mind. Caves of meiaucholia, Tuttle, G.T., 77, 84; emotional insanity, and 213: new bational pharmacopeia, 231; shall the United Sexles Pharma-

the deirit of Nutt for kiling his father's murderer, 113; ballucinations copia be the legal standard for drugs in Massachusetts, or shall it be
from aleine, 118: restrajut at the ltica Insane Arslum, 197; grueral suwe one of several commentaries or dispensatories ???: relative cout, as
paralysis of the insane, jell, G. F., 217, 227, 246; recent progress in the legal standards, of l'nited States Phariscopria and Di-pensatory, 334.
construction of insane bospitals and management of the isabe, Cuan- Phlebitis. Spintaneous phlebitis, Fitled, W.('. B., 27
ping, W., 25, 321; inunity and tbe law, 334; the New York A-vium for Phthisis. Histerical pseudo-phthisis, Fabre, qui ease of phthisis, with
Insane Criminals, 45%; effects of political events on the forms of insanity, etup.ema, Fisher, H. M, Bi. laryngeal comp.ications of pulmonary
Sauile, du, bit; institution for feeble-minded cbildren in Pennsyla phthisis, Knight, F. I., 540; phthisis to lowing emp3 ema; amyloid kid.
Vabia, 574

11-S ; cancer oj uterus, Ilughes, W.E.T.
Minot, c. S. Renewed request for embryological material, 189; the life-his- Physiology. The decermination of sex at will, 211; tbe grant of £10,000
tory of the distoma hepaticum, tlo.

to the l'usological Laboratory of Oxford considered as a national disas.
Minot, F. Two cases of uteriue pniypus, 58, 62: on the treatment of ter," 214, perindical change of color of the hair, 234 ; a new line of re-
zeute pneumonia, 169, 183; aburia irum compression of the urtiers by

search for cerebral physiologists, ont methods of instruction and re-
cancervus uirease, 277, case reseabiing infantile paraly sis caused by im- search in physiology, Bonviteh, HL P., 08.
prup r diet, 275.

Pilo. Nidal Sinus, Porter, C.B., KS
Mitchell, S. W. Note from Dr. Weir Mischell, 21 ; vivisection, 533. Pinnock Victoria Scarlatina consistent with typhoid fever, 526.
Monsters. Ma forned fietus, Grea, C. 1.,61: a case of plagionierovepha- Placenta. Retined piaceuta, Duw, O. W., 130, 111, bi-polar version in

lia, Lubin, 11., 117; ma formation of the vagina, sinuating extropay of piacenta previa, 02

toe bialder. Ritch, T. 1., 132; an acepbalous monster, Brown, D. 59. Plaster supports, Browne, ".T., 2; the plaster posterior splint in
Montgomery, E. E. Tracbeotomy in cruup and diphiberia, 507

the treatmeul vi fracture of the leg, day, o, Wiki,
Morphine. The sube utaneous injection of morphine in elderly persons,

Pleurisy tase of chrome pieuritis with excessive sanguinolent effusion,
427

Crandail, C.RSU.
Morris, J. C. Op milk supply in large cities, 315.

Pneumonia. On the treatment of acute pneumonia, Vinot, F., 169, 183

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“infectious " pneumonia ; gangrene of lung ; fetid empyema ; recovery, Reynolds, J. P., An over-dose of chloral, 151.
Broughton, H. W., 172.

Rheumatism. Topical cardiac blistering in the treatment of acute rbeu-
Poisons. Refusion in carbonic-oxide poisoning, Halsted, W. S., 22; pro- Inutism, Parks, N. OʻD., 303.

tracted lethargy after the use of bromide of sodium by one having the Richardson, W.L. The induction of labor, 276; method of manage-
morphia babit, Cutler, E. G., 248; poisonous wall-papers, 262; poisoning ment of face-presentation, 276; umbilical hæmorrhage, 592.
by fumes of nitric acid, Temple, W. W , 496; inhalation of ammonia, Roberts, J. B. The surgical abuse of sponges and of silver wire, 335 ;
Swan, C. W., 497.

malignant disease of the testicle tapped for hydrocele, 372.
Polaillon Hydatid cyst of the abdominal walls, 310.

Robinson, B. A contribution to the study of adenoid vegetations at
Politics. Effects of political events on the forms of insanity, Saulle, L. du, the vault of the pharynx, 513.
574.

Robinson, G. D. Governor Robinson's inaugural, 45.
Polypus. Two cases of uterine polypus, Minot, F., 59, 62.

Roe, J. O. Retro-pharyngeal abscess, 493.
Porter, C. B. A case of pilo-nidal sinus, 398 ; diphtheritic perineal Rollins, W. H. Progress in dentistry, 552, 606.

wound; chronic cystitis; bilateral incision of prostate for removal of Rotch, T. M. Recent progress in diseases of children, 365 ; malforma-
stone ; acute suppurative peritonitis ; autopsy, 399; removal of a frag. tion of the vagina, simulating extrophy of the bladder ; lobar pneumonia

:
ment of catheter from the bladder, 399 ; excision of a portion of intestine, iu a young child, 132.
including a part of the ileo-cæcal valve, for the cure of fæcal fistula in
right groin, 457, 467.

St. Mary's Lying-in Hospital, Cushing, B., 363.
Post, X. A case of cerebro-spinal syphilis, 28; etherization by the rec- Sajons, C. E. Ilay fever and its successful treatment, 513.
tum, 142.

Salicine. Hallucinations from salicine, 118.
Pregnancy, Affections Connected With. Prevention of puerpe- Salmon, D. E. The discovery of the germ of swine plague, 285.

ral infectiou, Garrigues, I.J., 14; an unusual obstetrical case, Strong, C. Salt. Sea-water for streets, salt on street railways, Nesciens, 44 ; sea-
P., 30, 36; report on obstetrics, Green, C. M., 33; a case of tubal preg- water ?' (?) and salt in the streets, Quærens, 69; sea water for streets, silt
nancy, Terry, H., 37 ; the delivery of the second foetus in labor with twins, on street railways, $. II. D., 69; salt on street railways; its medico-legal
Green, c. M., 62; pregnancy and morphinism, Féré, 117; the treatment of aspects, Nichols, A. H., 92 ; salted tracks, Nesciens, 94.
retained secundines after abortion, Brannan, J. W., 147; the prevention Saule, L. du. Effects of political events on the forms of insanity, 574.
and treatment of puerperal fever (Discussion), Thonias, T. G., 178 ; high Scarlatina coexistent with typhoid fever, Pinnock (Victoria), 526.
temperatures after labor without obvious cause, Fifield, W. C. B., 275; the Scarlet Fever in the foetus in utero and in the mother at the pinth
induction of labor, Richardson, W.L., 276 ; bæmoptysis in the course of month of pregnancy, Leale, C. A., 445 ; scarlet fever, Flint, A., 539.
puerperal septicæmin, Hosmer, A., 276; method of management of face Schiedt, P. M. Clinical phenomena following the puerperal state in two
presentation, Richardson, W.L., 276 ; acute eczema in pregnancy, Abbot, cases, 56; temporary blindness following labor, 566.
8. L., 276 ; prolapse of the anterior wall of the vagina during labor, Lyman, Schweinitz, G. de. Sarcoma of testicle, 566.
G. 1., 276; a case of face presentation with some remarks on the treat- Scurvy. Unusual cases of scurvy, Edes, R. T., 607.
ment of this class of cases, Swift, J. B., 293, 298; the treatment of puer- Sea. Carriage of passengers by sea, 406.
peral fever, Terry, H., 303 ; the removal of the after-birth, Garrigues, II. Sea-Water for streets, salt on street railways, 44 ; "sea-water":(?) and salt
J., 313; duration of the menstrual hæmorrhage in relatiou to the devel- in the streets, 69 ; sea-water for streets, salt on street railways, S. H. D., 69.
opment of the foetus at terin, and to multiple pregnancy, Cuzzi, 352; re- Serous Membranes. General tuberculosiy of serous membranes,
port of a summer course in obstetrics, Green, C. M., 389, 393; retained Hughes, W. E, 206.
placenta, Doe, O. W., 436, 441; removal of foeta! hones by rectum, Doe, 0. Sewage systems and the epuration of sewage by irrigation and agricul-
W., 441; podalic rersion, and abdominal pressure upon the after-coming ture, Barnes, H. J. b.7, 603, 609.
head, Green, C. M., 449; the Cæsarean section as performed by savages, Sewerage. Boston's improved sewerage system, 139.
450 ; retained placenta of abortion, Field, II. M., 624 ; abilomival section Sex. The determination of sex at will, 211.
for extra-uterine pregnancy, Macdonald, A., 525; an acephalous monster, Shaffer, N. M. The orthopaedic surgeon as a mechanical engineer, 189.
Brown, D., 539; puerperal convulsions, Blake, J. G , 560; puerperal case Shattuck, F. C. Recent progress in the treatment of thoracic disease,
with numerous complications, Willet-, M., 5tti; clinical phenomena fol- 174.
lowing the puerperal state in two cases, Schiedt, P. M., 566; temporary Shattuck, G. B. Report on theory and practice of medicine, 249, 270.
blindness following labor, Schiedt, P. M., 566; retained placenta of abor- Ships. Reform of medical service on ships, 401.
tion, with bæmorrhage, Brown, M. L., 673; a case of extra-uterioe gesti- Shoulder-joint. Three cages illustrating some point in the pathology
tion; delivery of a living child per vaginam ; removal of placenta, recor- of certain injuries of the shoulder-joint, Nancrede, C. B., 387.
ery, Mathieson, 622 ; bi-polar version in placenta prævia, 622.

Shurley, E. L. The comparative value of the galvano-cautery in diseases
Prizes. The decision in regard to the prize for essays on malignant dis- of the nasal and pharyngeal cavities, 513.

eases, 20; the prize offer by the Worshipful Company of Grocers, London, Skeleton. Another previstoric huaan steleton, 574.
42, 48.

Smith, H. H. Extracts from the address at the annual meeting of the
Prosecutors. Public prosecutors and private persecutors, 91.

Pennsylvania State Medical Society, 481, 507.
Providence. Mortality statistics of Providence, R. I., for the year 1983, Snow-shoes. Quick time on snow-shoer, 598.
94,

Societies. American Medical Association, 425, 463, 473, 477, 489, 517;
Puerperal Convulsions, Blake, J. G., 565.

Boston Society for Medical Improvement, 101, 131, 183, 227, 271, 318, 397,
Puerperal Fever. The prevention and treatment of puerperal fever, 441, 495, 560; Boston Society for Medical Observation, 59, 84, 250, 398 ; Bog-

Thouras, T. 6., 178; the treatment of puerperal lever, Terry, ., 303. ton Society of the Medical Sciences, 419; Bowdoin Medical Alumni Associ-
Puerperal Infection, prevention of, Garrigues, U. J., 14.

ation, 549; British Medical Association, 216 ; Connecticut State Medical
Pustula Maligna, Griffin, A. C., 429 ; malignant pustule, Janney, W. Society, 611; Essex North District Medical Society, 181, 561; Interna-

tional Medical Congress, 216, 569; Laryngological Association, American,

491, 511 ; Massachusetts Medical Society, 157, 502, 570, 584, 590, (91;
Rags. Importation of rags from Egypt, 478.

Massachusetts Medico-Legal Society, 182, 617; Medico-Psychological So-
Read, G. M. A case of " Wasting palsy” (partial), 268.

ciety, Boston, 368 ; Neurological Association, American, 617; New York
Recent Progress. Otology, Green, J. Orne, 3 ; obstetrics, Green, C. Academy of Medicine, 106, 178, 229, 299, 325, 373, 419, 413, 468, 536 ; New

M , 33; forensic medicine, Draper, F. W., 80 ; medical chemistry, Hills, York County Medical Association, 107, 203, 445, 338 ; New York, Medical
W. B., 130 ; anatomy, Dwight, T., 225; theory and practice of medicine, Society of the County of, 14, 231, 30, 353; New York Neurological Soci-
Shattuck, G. B., 249, 270; construction of insane hospitals and manuge- ety, 10, 109; New York State Medical Associucion, 163, 277; New York,
ment of the insane, Channing, W., 295, 321 ; diseases of children, Rotch, Medical Society of the State of, 158; Obstetrical Society of Boston, 61, 275,
T. M., 365 ; dermatology, Tilden, G. II., 413; pathology and pathological 448, 561, 591 ; Pennsylvania State Medical Society, 481, 532, 559 ; Phila-
anatomy, Whitney, W. F., 438, 462, 487; ophthalmology, Wadsworth, 0. delphia Clinical Society, 422, 516, 565; Philadelphia County Medical Soci-
F., 556 ; dentistry, Rollins, W. H., 582, 606.

ety, 63; Philadelphia, Pathological Society of, 16, 37, 85, 136, 206, 371,
Rectum. Excision of the rectum for cancer, Cripps, II., 598.

555; Rhode Island Medical Society, 36, 303, 616; Suffolk District Medical
kenal Abscess, Stedman, C. E., 591.

Society, 6, 36, 101, 131, 151, 156, 253, 272, 297, 298, 319, 467, 470, 514, 510,

603.
Respiratory System. Case of mammary cancer, operation, suhsequent

catarrhal pneumonia, with cancer of the lungs; autopsy, Green, c. M., Spitzka, E. C. Paths of coördination, 231.
59 ; hysterical pseudo-phthisis, Fabre, 70; case of phthisis with empyema, Stedman, C. E. A case of renal abscess, 591.
Fisher, II. M., 86 ; lung from a case of pleuro-pneumonia, complicated

Stevens, E. H. Abdominal aneurism, 61.
with delirium tremens, Musser, J. H., 88; lobar pneumonia in a child, Stillé, A. The value of ethical codes for practitioners of medicine, 404.
Roteh, T. M., 132; chronic pasal catarrh ; removal of hypertrophied tis-

Stoné. The simulation of stone, 138.
sue, 132 ; on the treatment of acute pneumonia, Minot, F., 169, 183; "in- Stricture. The treatment of gleet and gonorrheal stricture by Otis's
fectious 1

pneumonia ; gangrene of lung; fetid empyema ; recovery, method, Garland, G, M., 181.
Broughton, H. W., 172 ; recent progress in the treatment of thoracic dis- Strong, C. P. An unusual obstetrical case, 30, 36.
eases, Shattuck, F. C., 174; bæmoptysis in the course of puerperal septi. Surgery. Fracture of the base of the skull, linsdale, G., 85; prevesical
cæmia, Hosmer, A., 276; a year's experience in tracheotomy, Guy, G. it., celiulitis following herniotomy ; phlegmonous abscess, sous-ombilicale,"
320; the treatment of membranous croup, Jacobi, A., 443 ; the clinical

in Herraux space; perinephritic abscess, Ingalls, W., 289, 297; three
significance of fibrinous exudation upon the nurous membrane of the cases illustrating some points in the pathology of certain injuries of the
upper air passages, Bosworth, F. H., 491; a contribution to the study of shoulder-joint, Nancrede, C. B., 387.
congenical syphilis (throat), Mackenzie, J. N., 492; retro-pharyngeal ab. Swan, C. W. Inhalation of ammonia, 497.
scess, Roe, J.0, 493 ; congenital web of the vocal bands, with cases, De-

Swift, J. B. A case of face presentation with some remarks on the treat-
Blois, T. A., 494 ; gunshot wound of the larynx, involving the vocal bands, ment of this class of cases, 293, 298.
Daly, W. H., 494 ; a case of complete paralysis of the left vocal band in

Swine Plague. The discovery of the germ of swine plague, Salmon, D,
extreme abduction, the result of an incised wound of the peck, Cohen, J. E., 285.
S., 495 ; & rare form of tumor (cavernous papilloma) of the vocal band, Sylvestrini. The course of the f-ver in acute croupous pneumonia, 622.
Hooper, P. H.,511; a case of ecchondrosis of the larynx, Asch, M. J., 511; Syphilis of the brain and membranes, Wood, II. C., 25; a case of cerebro-
a new method for the removal of laryngeal growths, Jarvis, W.C.,511; spinal syphilis, Post, A., 28; clinical aspects of cerebral syphilis, Wood,
permanent unilateral paralysis of laryngeal abductors, following cerebral

11.C., 196, 22); diagnosis and treatinent of syphilis, Detmold, 205 ; chancre
hæmorrhage, unique case, Delavan. D. B., 512 ; tracheal stenosis, Ingals,

of the tonsils, Taylor, R. 11., 537.
E. F., 512; cases of buccal stenosis, DeBlois, T. A., 613; hay fever and
its successful treatment, Sajons, C. E., 513; the comparative value of the

“ Taxation” Theory of expert testimony, 546, 573.
galvano-cautery in diseases of the nasal and pharyogeal cavities, Shurley, Taylor, R. W. Chancre of the tonsils, 637.
E. L., 613; a contribution to the study of adenoid vegetations at the vault Technology. The new building of the Massachusetts Institute of Tech.
of the pharynx, Robinson, B., 513 ; spas'n of the glottis, Elsberg, L., 513; Dology, 502.
laryngeal consplications of pulmonary phthisis, Knight, F. I , 540; euse Temple, w, w, Poisoning by fumes of nitric acid, 496.
of chronic pleuritis with excessive ranguinolent effusion, Crandall, C.R,

Terry, H. D. A care of tubal pregnancy, 37.
580; the course of the fever in acute croupous pneumonia, Silvestrini, Terry, H. The treatment of puerperal lever, 303.
622.

Testamentary Capacity, 500.
Retroversion. The treatment of retroversion of the uterus with adhe- Testiele. Sarcoma oi testicle, schweinitz, G. de, 566.
sious, Elliot, J. W., 398.

Tilden, G. H. Report on dermatolog , 413,

8., 433.

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Time. A plea for consistency, 238.

Cabot, A. T., Gdiph'herite perineal wound chronie eystitis : bi'ateral

Theory and Practice. Report on theory and practice of medicine, inrjxion of prostate for remgau of siune acute ocura se peritocitis ;

Shattuck, 6. B , 24., 27).

anto. Prirter, CB, Tm«,val of a fragmen of catheter from the

Thomas, C, H. Downward displacement of the transverse colon; three barijer, Prster C B Sahaminuria, Grem 1. 6..: physicirgical
CHPX, with autopries, 1,

aibumirura. Obraut cori, si as cf art used catheter removed
Thomas, T. G. The prevention and treatment of puerperal fever (Dis- from the talder. Warren. J. ; a ease of redai abneese, stedman, C.
cussjon). 178.

E 691: 2 rase nosiri lhe effec's of hot water co paglary tumors of the
Thrombosis. Thrombosis and the conditions which favor its develop- hadder, Baker, W. H. 293.
ment, Brockway, C. 11., 36.

Utica. Restrains at the Ltica Insane Asylum, 187.

Tobaeco. The ure of tobacco by boys, Otis, E. O., 99, 101.

Tonsillitis. The treatment of follicular tonsillitis, Garland, G. M., 103; Valparaiso. Letter from Valparaiso, Trimbali, J., 620.

De Bloir, T. A., 614.

Verneall. Inceuation of tuleruoris, 28.

Tonsils. Chancre of the tonsils, Taylor, R. W., 637.

Versjon. Podanie perswn, and abdomina: pressure upon the after-coming

Tracheotomy. A years experience in tracheotomy, Gay, G. W., 320. head. Green..., 49.

Tranee. “Trance" as a symptom of hysteria, 185.

Viekery, H. F. Artifeial infation of the colon with gas, 332.

Trichinosis. An epidemic of trichinosis, 338.

Vivisection. Mitchell, 8. W., 33.

Trotter, Dr. Thomas, surgeon to the firet, 308.
Trumbull, J. Letter from Valparaiso, 620.

Wadsworth, O. F. Three cases of homonymous hemianopia, 183, 495 ;
Tubal Pregnancy. A case of total pregnancy, Terry, H., 37.

recent progress in ophtha mogy, 56.
Tuberculosis. General tuberculosis of serous membranes, Hughes, w. Wall-papers. Poisonous wai-papers, 989.

E., 216 ; tubercolar ulcers of intestines with perforation, llughes, W. E., Walton, G. L. Hysteria, 29 a trected by removal of the overies. 529, 542.
201 ; secondary tuberculosis of the bladder, ureter, kidney, and suprare- Warren, J. C. A substitute for atrapging the testieie and the treatment

Dal body, Hughes, W. E., 207 : ipoculation of tuberculosis, Verneuil, 233. of hydrocele, 157: the healing of arteries after ligature, 415, links of ar.
Tumors. Section of fibroma mamma, Marcondell, W.G., 39; section of tieu ated catheter removed from the tasker, 300).
large spindle-celled sarcoma of lower jaw, MacConnell, W. G., 38.

Washington. Letters from Washington. +33, 417.
Tuttle, G. T, Cares of melancholia, 77, 84.

Wasting Palsy. A case of ** wasting pasy“ partial), Read, G. M., 268.

Typhlitis and perity phlitis, Wheeler, L., 409.

Waterman, T. Periurethral ph.eggo, 392, 398.

Typhoid fever. Transitory aphasia in typhoid fever, 162; ætiology of Waverly Convalescent Home, 523.

typhoid fever, Janeway, E. G., 23; the treatment of typhoid fever, 300); ! Weber, L. Locomotor ataxia and syphilis, 325.
enteric fever in New Haven, Eliot, G., 361; an epidemic of typhoid fever Webber, S. G. Ca-es of lesion of the brain cortex attended with uni-
at a summer hotel, Woodward, L. F., 364 ; contagiousness of typhoid, Ca. lateral symptoms, 49, 50 : multipée neuritis, #1.
banica, T. T., 624 ; scarlatina coexistent with typhoid fever, Pipnock (Vie- Wendt, E.c. Noce co the use of the menthol cone as an anodyne, 109.
toria), 626.

Wheeler, L. Typhlitis and perityphiitis, #9.

Wheeler. w. G. Malignant disease of the kidney, 106; treatment of

Umbilical Haemorrhage, Gibb, J. S., 422 ; Richardson, W. L., 592 blood-poisoning following surgical operaticaa, 271.

Urethra. Periurethral phlegmon, Waterman, T., 392, 3:8; external ureth. Whitney, w. F. Recent progress in pathcingy and pathological anat-

rotomy, Wheelhouse's operation, Fifield, W. C. B., 399.

omy, 435, 462, 457; a case of actircm veosis in a heifer. 52, 547.

Urethrotomy. A fatal case of internal uretbrotomy, Gay, G. W., 2.6. Wigglesworth, E. Pathoiogical conditions of the skin following the

Urinary System. A fatal ease of internal urethrotomy, Gay, G, W., 2, internal Use of borax, 404.

6: pitro-glycerine and the chloride of gold and sodium in the treatment of willets, M. Puerperal case with numerous comp.ieatiens, 546.

albuminuria, Bartholow, R., 22; nephrectomy for the removal of cancerous Williams, C.H. Intraocular changes in cases of cerebral tumor, 257;

or sarcomatous tumors of the kidney, Ilomans, J., 73; malignant disease of case of foreign body in the ortit, 3+3.

the kidney, Wheeler, W.6., 106; the simulation of stone, 138; foreign bodies Williams, E. T. Downwari displacement of the transverse colon, 45.

removed from the besophagus and the urethra, Gay, G. W., 157; amyloid Wilson, C. M. Osteo-inveitis of tibia, 136.

kidneys, Hugher, W. E., 206 ; secondary tuberculosis of the bladder, ure- Wilson, J. C. Tumor of the anterior mediastinum with secondary de-

ter, kidney, and suprarenal body, Hughes, W. E., 207; anuria from com- posits in the heart and longs, 28.

pre-sion of the uretess by cancerous disease, Minot, F., 227; suppression Women. Admission of women to the Massachusetts Medical Society,

of urine treated with cantharides, Fifield, w.C. B., 271; a case of cysto. 685, 594.

pyelitis or pyelo-cystitis coincident with pyelitis, Otis, E. O., 290, 297 : the Wood, H. c. Si philis of the brain and membranes. 25: elinieal aspects

detection of albumen in urine, Fowler, G. B., 209; malignant disease of of cerebral syphilis, 190, 200 : the principles of modern therapeu-is, 647.

the bladder, Burge, W.J., 304 ; chronic retention of urine, Bowditch, H. Woodward, L. F. An epidemie of typhoid fever as a summer botel,

1., 349; clinical lecture on a case of myxædema, Edes, R. T., 385 ; peri. 864.

urethral phlegmon, Waterman, T., 392, 398 ; external urethrotomy, Wheel. Wyeth, J. A, Fatal result from injection of the tunica vaginalis with

house's operation, Fitield, W. C. B., 398 ; multiple calculi in the bladder,

iodine, 142

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