Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science

, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 127–200 | Cite as

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    Medical Jurisprudence. ByAlfred S. Taylor, F. R. S., Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Chemistry in Guy’s Hospital. Third Edition. London, Churchill. 1849. 1 vol. Fcap. 8vo. pp. 849.Google Scholar
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    On the Treatment of Ulcers of the Leg without Confinement, with an Inquiry into the best Mode of effecting the permanent Cure of Varicose Veins. ByHenry T. Chapman, F. R. C. S., &c, &c. London, Churchill. 1848. pp. 156.Google Scholar
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    A Treatise on the Cure of Ulcers by Fumigation. ByGeorge Alfred Walker, Surgeon, &c. &c. London, Longman. 1847. pp. 112.Google Scholar
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    Contributions to the Pathology of the Kidney. ByWilliam T. Gairdner, M. D. Edinburgh, Sutherland and Knox. 1848. 8vo. pp. 54.Google Scholar
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    Transactions of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society of London. Volumes XXIX. and XXX. 8vo. 1846–7.Google Scholar
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    Cyclopædia of Anatomy and Physiology. Edited byRobert B. Todd, M. D., F. R. S., &c. &c. London, 1848. Part XXXII. Article, Ren.Google Scholar
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    Clinical Lectures delivered in the Theatre of Mercer’s Hospital during the Session of 1847–8. ByJames F. Duncan, M. D., &c, Assistant Physician to the Hospital. Dublin, M’Glashan. 1849. 8vo. pp. 122.Google Scholar
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    Reflections on Organization, or Suggestions for the Construction of an Organic Atomic Theory. ByHenry Freke, M. B., M.R.I.A.,&c. Dublin, McGlashan. 8vo. 1848. pp.80.Google Scholar
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    Elements of Chemistry, Practical and Experimental, including the most recent Discoveries and Applications of the Science to Medicine and Pharmacy, to Agriculture, and to Manufactures. By Sir,Robeet Kane, M. D., M. R. I. A. With 236 Illustrations. Dublin, Hodges and Smith. Second Edition. 8vo. pp. 1072.Google Scholar
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    Medical Portrait Gallery. ByT. M. Stone, Esq., Librarian to the Royal College of Surgeons, London.Google Scholar
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    First Steps to Zoology. ByRobert Patterson, Author of ‘ Zoology for Schools.’ In two Parts, with 244 Illustrations. London, Simms and M’Intire. 1849. pp. 252.Google Scholar

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