Part II. Reviews and bibliographical notices



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  1. The Rheumatic Diseases. By.J. Odery Symes, M.D. (Lond.); D.Ph., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P.; Assistant Physician and Bacteriologist, Bristol General Hospital. London and New York: John Lane. 1905. 8vo. Pp. x+233.Google Scholar
  2. Folia Hæmatologica: Internationales Zentralorgan für Blut-und Serumforschung, herausgegeben und redigirt von Artur Pappenheim. Berlin: Hirschwald. London : A. Owen & Co. [An International Reference Journal for Studies relating to the Blood and Serum.] Vol. I. No. 1. Jan., 1904. (To appear monthly.)Google Scholar
  3. The First and Second Reports of the Advisory Board for Army Medical Services on the Treatment of Venereal Disease and Scabies in the Army. Google Scholar
  4. What Venereal Diseases Mean and How to Prevent Them. Five Lectures given at the University of Copenhagen byErik Pontoppidan, Dr. Med. and Chief Physician to Western (Lock) Hospital, Copenhagen; Member of the Danish Dermatological Society. Translated from the Danish byW. Jessen. London: John Bale, Sons & Danielsson, Ltd. Pp. 79.Google Scholar
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  6. First Annual Report of the Henry Phipps Institute for the Study, Treatment, and Prevention of Tuberculosis. A Brief Account of the work of the First Year and a Reprint of the Lectures delivered under the auspices of the Institute during the year. Published by the Henry Phipps Institute, 238 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 1905. Royal 8vo. Pp. 265.Google Scholar
  7. A Reference Hand-book for Nurses. ByAmanda R. Beck, Graduate of the Illinois Training School for Nurses. Philadelphia and London: W. B. Saunders & Co. 1905.Google Scholar
  8. Health and Disease in Relation to Marriage and the Married State. A Manual contributed to by Privatdozent Dr. med. G. Abelsdorff; Privat-dozent Dr. med. L. Blumreich; Privat-dozent Dr. Phil. R. Eberstadt; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. A. Eulenburg; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. C. A. Ewald; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. P. Fürbringer; Hofrat Prof. Dr. med. M. Gruber; Dr. med.W. Havelburg; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. A. Hoffa; Prof. Dr. med. et phil. R. Kossmann; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. F. Kraus ; Dr. med. R. Ledermann ; Med.-Rat Dr. A. Leppmann; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. E. v. Leyden; Prof. Dr. med. E. Mendel; Dr. med. A. Moll; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. A. Neisser; Geh. Med.-Rat Prof. Dr. J. Orth; Dr. med. S. Placzek; Prof. Dr. med. et phil. C. Posner; Privat-dozent Dr. med. P. E. Richter; Prof. Dr. med. H. Rosin; Dr. med. W. Wolff. Edited by Geh. MedizinalratProf. Dr. H. Senator andDr. med. S. Kaminer. The only Authorised Translation from the German into the English Language byJ. Dulberg, M.D., of Manchester, England. Vol. II. London: Rebman, Ltd. 1905.Google Scholar
  9. The Historical Relations of Medicine and Surgery to the End of the Sixteenth Century. An Address delivered at the St. Louis Congress in 1904. ByT. Clifford Allbutt, M.A., M.D., Hon. M.D. (Dubl.), Hon. LL.D. (Glasgow), Hon. D.Sc. (Oxf. and Vict.), F.R.C.P., F.R.S., F.L.S., F.S.A.; Regius Professor of Physic in the University of Cambridge; Fellow of Gonville and Caius College; Hon. Fellow Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, and of the New York Academy of Medicine. London: Macmillan & Co., Ltd. New York: The Macmillan Company. 1905.Google Scholar
  10. First Report of the Wellcome Research Laboratories at the Gordon Memorial College, Khartoum. By the Director,Andrew Balfour, M.D., B.Sc, M.R.C.P. Edin.; D.P.H. Camb.; Fellow of the Royal Institute of Public Health; Member of the Epidemiological Society; Medical Officer of Health, Khartoum, and Sanitary Adviser to the Sudan Civil Medical Department. Khartoum: Department of Education, Sudan Government. 1904.Google Scholar
  11. Les Infections à Trypanosomes au Congo, chez l' Homme et les Animaux. [Trypanosoma-Infections on the Congo in Man and the Lower Animals.] ByA. Broden, Director of the Bacteriological Laboratory of the Association of Colonial Studies at Leopoldville (Congo State). [Extrait du Bulletin de la Société d'Études Coloniales, Février. 1904. Bruxelles.]Google Scholar
  12. The Principles and Practice of Asepsis. ByArthur Styles Vallack, M.B. and Ch.M. (Sydney); L. M. (Rotunda); Surgeon to the Berrima District Hospital,. New South Wales. London: Baillière, Tindall & Cox. 1905. Pp. 95.Google Scholar
  13. The Sanitary Inspector's Handbook. ByAlbert Taylor, Member of the Royal Sanitary Institute; Holder of the Inspector of Nuisances' Certificate of the Sanitary Institute; late Demonstrator to the Students of the Sanitary Institute; Sanitary Inspector of the City of Westminster; late Chief Sanitary Inspector to the Vestry of St. George, Hanover Square, London; formerly Chief Inspector of Nuisances, Wigan; and Sanitary Inspector, Wallasey. Fourth Edition, with Illustrations. London: H. K. Lewis. 1905. Pp. 455.Google Scholar

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