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1. ESSENTIALS OF PHYSIOLOGY. By H. A. HARE, M. D., Pro

fessor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica in the Jefferson Medical Col. lege of Philadelphia; Physician to St. Agnes' Hospital and to the Medical Dispensary of the Children's Hospital; Laureate of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Belgium, of the Medical Society of London, etc. Third edition, revised and enlarged by the addition of a series of handsome plate illustrations taken from the celebrated “ Icones Nervorum Capitis” of Arnold. Crown 8vo, 230 pages, numerous illustrations. Price, Cloth,

$1.00 net; interleaved for notes, $1.25 net. “An exceedingly useful little compend. The author has done his work thoroughly and well. The plates of the cranial nerves from Arnold are superb.”- Journal of American Medical Association.

2. ESSENTIALS OF SURGERY, containing also Venereal Diseases,

Surgical Landmarks, Minor and Operative Surgery, and a Complete Description, together with full Illustrations, of the Handkerchief and Roller Bandages. By EDWARD MARTIN, A. M., M.D., Clinical Professor of Genito-Urinary Diseases, Instructor in Operative Surgery, and Lecturer on Minor Surgery, University of Pennsylvania; Surgeon to the Howard Hospital; Assistant Surgeon to the University Hospital, etc. Fifth edition. Crown 8vo, 334 pages, profusely illustrated. Considerably enlarged by an Appendix containing full directions and prescriptions for the preparation of the various materials used in Antiseptic Surgery; also several hundred recipes covering the medical treatment of surgical affections. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25.

“Written to assist the student, it will be of undoubted value to the practitioner, containing as it does the essence of surgical work.”Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.

Cleverly combines all the merits of condensation, while avoiding the errors of superficiality and inaccuracy.-University Medical Magazine.

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3. ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY, including the Anatomy of the

Viscera. By CHARLES B. NANCREDE, M. D., Professor of Surgery and of Clinical Surgery in the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine, Rome, Italy; late Surgeon to the Jefferson Medical College, etc. Fifth edition. Crown 8vo, 380 pages, 180 illustrations. Enlarged by an Appendix containing over sixty illustrations of the Osteology of the Human Body. The whole based upon the last (eleventh) edition of Gray's Anatomy. Price, Cloth,

$1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25. “Truly such a book as no student can afford to be without.”- American Practitioner and News,

“The questions have been wisely selected and the answers accurately and concisely given.- University Medical Magazine.

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4. ESSENTIALS OF MEDICAL CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC AND

INORGANIC, containing also Questions on Medical Physics, Chemical Physiology, Analytical Processes, Urinalysis, and Toxicology. By LawRENCE WOLFF, M D., Demonstrator of Chemistry, Jefferson Medical College; Visiting Physician to the German Hospital of Philadelphia ; Member of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, etc. Fourth and revised edition, with an Appendix. Crown 8vo, 212 pages. Price, Cloth, $1.00; inter

leaved for notes, $1.25. The scope of this work is certainly equal to that of the best course of lectures on Medical Chemistry."-Pharmaceutical Era.

“We could wish that more books like this would be written, in order that medical students might thus early become interested in what is often a difficult and uninteresting branch of medical study.”Medical and Surgical Reporter.

5. ESSENTIALS OF OBSTETRICS. By W. EASTERLY ASHTON,

M. D., Professor of Gynecology in the Medico-Chirurgical College of Philadelphia; Obstetrician to the Philadelphia Hospital. Third edition, thoroughly revised and enlarged. Crown 8vo, 244 pages, 75 illustrations. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25.

An excellent little volume containing correct and practical knowledge. An admirable compend, and the best condensation we have seen.”-Southern Practitioner. “Of extreme value to students, and an excellent little book to freshen

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of the practitioner."-Chicago Medical Times.

6. ESSENTIALS OF PATHOLOGY AND MORBID ANAT

OMY. By C. E. ARMAND SEMPLE, B. A., M. B., Cantab. L. S. A.,
M. R. C. P. Lond., Physician to the Northeastern Hospital for Children,
Hackney; Professor of Vocal and Aural Physiology and Examiner in
Acoustics at Trinity College, London, etc. Crown 8vo, 174 pages, illus-

trated. Sixth thousand. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25. A valuable little volume-truly a multum in parvo.Cincinnati Medical News. "The volume is very comprehensive, covering the entire field of pathology.”-St. Joseph Medical Herald.

7. ESSENTIALS OF MATERIA MEDICA, THERAPEUTICS,

AND PRESCRIPTION-WRITING. By HENRY MORRIS, M. D., late Demonstrator, Jefferson Medical College; Fellow of the College of Physicians, Philadelphia; co-editor Biddle's Materia Medica; Visiting Physician to St. Joseph's Hospital, etc. Fourth edition. Crown 8vo, 250

pages. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25. One of the best compends in this series. Concise, pithy, and clear, well suited to the purpose for which it is prepared.”Medical and Surgical Reporter.

“The subjects are treated in such a unique and attractive manner that they cannot fail to impress the mind and instruct in a lasting manner."--Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal.

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12. ESSENTIALS OF MINOR SURGERY, BANDAGING, AND

VENEREAL DISEASES. By EDWARD Martin, A. M., M. D., author of “ Essentials of Surgery,” etc. Second edition. Crown 8vo, thoroughly revised and enlarged, 78 illustrations. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25.

“Characterized by the same literary excellence that has distinguished previous numbers of this series of compends.”-American Practitioner and News.

“The best condensation of the subjects of which it treats yet placed before the profession.”- Medical News, Philadelphia.

A capital little book. The illustrations are remarkably clear and intelligible."-Australian Medical Gazette.

“We have nothing but praise for the subject-matter of this book."-Bristol Medico-Chirurgical Journal.

13. ESSENTIALS OF LEGAL MEDICINE, TOXICOLOGY,

AND HYGIENE. By C. E. ARMAND SEMPLE, M. D., author of Essentials of Pathology and Morbid Anatomy.” Crown 8vo, 212 pages, 130 illustrations. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25.

“The leading points, the essentials of this too much neglected portion of medical science, are here summed up systematically and clearly.”-Southern Practitioner.

But for the author's judicious condensation of facts, the information it contains would be sufficient to fill an ordinary octavo volume.”- College and Clinical Record.

14. ESSENTIALS OF REFRACTION AND DISEASES OF

THE EYE. By EDWARD JACKSON, A. M., M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye in the Philadelphia Polyclinic and College for Graduates in Medicine ; Member of the American Ophthalmological Society; Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia ; Fellow of the American Academy of Medicine, etc.; and ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF THE NOSE AND THROAT. By E. BALDWIN GLEASON, S. B., M. D., Clinical Professor of Otology, Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia; Surgeon in charge of the Nose, Throat, and Ear Department of the Northern Dispensary of Philadelphia; formerly Assistant in the Nose and Throat Dispensary of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and Assistant in the Nose and Throat Department of the Union Dispensary, etc. Two volumes in one. Second edition. Crown 8vo, 294 pages, 124 illustrations. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25.

A valuable book to the beginner in these branches, to the student, to the busy practitioner, and as an adjunct to more thorough reading. The authors are capable men, and as successful teachers, know what a student most needs."- New York Medical Record.

“Very valuable, since in both sections is given about all that a candidate for examination is required to know.”Medical Times and Hospital Gazette.

15. ESSENTIALS OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN. By WILLIAM

M. POWELL, M. D., Attending Physician to the Mercer House for Invalid
Women at Atlantic City, N. J.; late Physician to the Clinic for the Dis-
eases of Children in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and
St. Clement's Hospital; Instructor in Physical Diagnosis in the Medical
Department of the University of Pennsylvania. Crown 8vo, 216 pages.

Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25. “This work is gotten up in the clear and attractive style that characterizes the Saunders Series, It contains in appropriate form the gist of all the best works in the department to which it relates."-American Practitioner and News.

“The book contains a series of important questions and answers, which the student will find of great utility in the examination of children.”-Annals of Gynæcology.

16. ESSENTIALS OF EXAMINATION OF URINE. By Law

RENCE WOLFF, M. D., author of “ Essentials of Medical Chemistry,” etc.
Colored (Vogel) urine scale and numerous illustrations. Crown 8vo.

Price, Cloth, 75 cents.
“A little work of decided value.”University Medical Magazine.

“A good manual for students, well written, and answers, categorically, many questions beginners are sure to ask.”-New York Medical Record.

“ The questions have been well chosen, and the answers are clear and brief. The book cannot fail to be useful to students.”—Medical and Surgical Reporter.

17. ESSENTIALS OF DIAGNOSIS. By SOLOMON Solis-COHEN,

M. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Applied Therapeutics in the
Philadelphia Polyclinic, and AUGUSTUS A. ESHNER, M. D., Instructor in
Clinical Medicine, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. Crown 8vo,
382 pages, 55 illustrations, some of which are colored, and a frontispiece.

Price, $1.50 net. A good book for the student, properly written from their standpoint, and confines itself well to its text."-New York Medical Record.

Concise in the treatment of the subject, terse in expression of fact. . . . The work is reliable, and represents the accepted views of clinicians of to-day.”-American Journal of Medical Sciences.

“The subjects are explained in a few well-selected words, and the required ground has been thoroughly gone over.International Medical Magazine.

18. ESSENTIALS OF PRACTICE OF PHARMACY. By Lucius

E. SAYRE, M. D., Professor of Pharmacy and Materia Medica in the University of Kansas. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Crown Svo,

200 pages. Price, Cloth, $1.00; interleaved for notes, $1.25. “Covers a great deal of ground in small compass. The matter is well digested and arranged. The research questions are a valuable feature of the book."-Albany Medical Annals.

"The best quiz on Pharmacy we have yet examined.”-National Drug Register.

“The veteran pharmacist can peruse it with pleasure, because it emphasizes his grasp upon knowledge already gleaned."-Western Drug Record.

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