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procured a reorganization of the Medical Bureau ; ( notices of new remedies lately introduced into pracdistributed medical and surgical monographs which tice. An index of diseases is added with reference were written at its suggestion; organized soldiers' to the remedies found most useful in their treatment. homes and hospital steamers ; established supply A Manual of Auscultation and Percussion. By M. depots ; brought to its assistance the aid and sym Barth and M. Henri Roger. Translated from the pathy of women; instituted Aid Societies ; estab sixth French edition. pp. 161. Philadelphia: lished field relief corps and feeding stations for the Lindsay & Blakiston. sick and disabled, &c. &c.
This appears to be an admirable compend upon But to state all which its wisdom, its judgment, the subject of auscultation and percussion, and is its energy, accomplished; would be to transcribe the well adapted to the purposes of a hand-book. Too whole volume; to it therefore we refer the reader, i much praise cannot be given to the publishers for who will find in it one of the brightest pages in the the manner in which their medical works are pubhistory of the civilization and humanity of the lished. The paper, typography, and binding are nineteenth century. It is most admirably written. excellent. The Principles and Practice of Obstetrics. By Gunning s. Bedford, A. M., M. D., Professor of Ob
JUVENILE. stetrics, &c. in the University of New York. The College Days of Calvin. pp. 156. Illustrated by four colored lithographic plates Young Calvin in Paris, and the Little Flock that he and ninety-nine wood engravings. Third edition, l Fed. pp. 166. carefully revised and enlarged. pp. xxxii., 743. Each of these volumes, published by the PresbyNew York: William Wood & Co.
teriau Board of Publication, Philadelphia, has been This admirable treatise has passed to a third edi- prepared by Rev. Wm. M. Blackburn, of Trenton, tion, demonstrating the foresight of those who pre- N. J., the materials being chiefly drawn from dicted for it a foremost place among the text-books D'Aubigné. The design is to set forth the facts in upon this subject. No greater praise could be be- the early life of Calvin in a manner that may stowed upon the work, when the field was pre-occu- interest the youth of Sabbath-schools and Biblepied by so many writers of great eminence. We classes. The “ College Days” includes the period heartily recommend it to all who wish to obtain a when Calvin studied law and theology at Orleans, knowledge of obstetrics.
Bourges, and Paris, extending until he was twenty The Science and Practice of Medicine. By Wm. years of age.
Aikin, M. D., Edin., Professor of Pathology Brooke Silvertone: a Story for Children. By Emma in the Army Medical School, &c. &c. In two Marshall, author of “ The Lost Lilies,” etc. pp. volumes. Vol. 1. From the Fourth London 171. edition, with additions by Meredith Clymer,
The Story of a Red Velvet Bible. By M. H. pp. 108.
T. M. D., &c. &c. pp. 955. Philadelphia: Lindsay & Blakiston.
asay J. P. Skelly & Co., Philadelphia, publishes these. The author of this work has dedicated it espe
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England Two Hundred Years Ago. By E. H. Gil. treatise upon practice. The department of medical lett. pp. 363. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Pubor noso-geography, or the conditions by which
lication Committee. health and disease are distributed over the globe,
Dr. Gillett, who has bestowed much attention to and the thermometry of disease with diagrams historical and biograpbical investigation, has enillustrative of the typical ranges of temperature deavored here to present a picture of England at particularly in febrile diseases. No greater proof the time of the accession of Charles II. Allein, can be offered of the value of the work and the Vane, Fox, Baxter, Howe, Manton, and other leadfavor with which it has been received in Great ing non-conformists of the period, figure in the Britain, than the fact that two large editions, the
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mation not only to youth but to many children of dition has been submitted by the anthor to a a larger growth. careful revision, and new matter has been added. Frank's Search for Sea-Shells. By H. F. P., author The American editor disclaims any attempt at hav- of “Rambles after Land-Shells." pp. 352. ing edited the work, but has only made a few addi- Our Charlie ; or, The Little Teacher. pp. 125. tions, and added some notes where it was thought | Ceasele Vieit. a Tale for the Youna. pp. 2 necessary. The volume is a valuable contribution
Grace's Visit: a Tale for the Young. pp. 247. to medical science, and we recommend it not only
lv | Madge Graves. By the author of “Bessie Lovell." to the particular attention of those to whom it
pp. 268. is especially dedicated, but to the profession gene- The Story of Zadoc Hull. pp. 187. rally.
These are from the American Tract Society, Practical Therapeutics, considered chiefly with refer
Boston, and they are produced in the style of neatence to Articles of the Materia Medica, By Edward vess and excellence characteristic of the issues of John Waring. F. R. C. S.. F. L.S.. &c. From the the Society. We would call attention particularly second London edition. pp. 815. Philadelphia : to the "Search for Sea-Shells,” which will be found Lindsay & Blakiston.
a pleasant introduction to the department of natural The principal object of the author has been to history to which it relates, though we do not see collect " within a small compass the opinions and the good taste of dragging slavery, the North and experience of the most eminent writers of modern the South, and that sort of thing, into an introductimes, as to the real value of the articles of the tion to conchology. Materia Medica in the treatment of disease." This Red-Letter Days in Applethorpe. By Gail Hamilton. treatise will be found an admirable supplement to pp. 141. Boston: Ticknor & Fields. all the other works upon Materia Medica, in which There are ten papers here, all written in a spirited therapeutics are subordinated to the botanical and style, and just such as cannot fail to please the chemical characteristics of the various substances little folks. The red-letter days are New Year's treated of. This edition contains all the prepara- day, Washington's birthday, May day, Thankstions of the new British Pharmacopoeia, as well as giving day, Christmas, etc.
= NOV. 1, 1866. Bertie and his Best Things. pp. 108.
| 1856, Miss Delia Bacon published an article in Harry and his Dog Fidele. By the author of “Made- “Putnam's Magazine" announcing her theory of the line; or, The Lost Bracelet.” pp. 72.
| participation of Lord Bacon in the writing of the Annie Lincoln's Lesson ; or, A Day in the Life of a
plays of Shakspeare. Mr. Holmes took up the Thankful Child. pp. 72.
theory and began to analyze and collect the facts
which in his opinion imparted verisimilitude to it. Kitty Dennison and her Christmas Gifts. By the Miss Bacon's ** Philosopby of the Plays of Shaksauthor of “Madeline.”
peare Unfolded," appeared in 1857, but as the critics The Presbyterian Board of Publication, Phila- were not satisfied with her reasoning, Mr. Holmes delphia, has recently added these to their list.
| thought that by continuing the investigation be Rose Delaney's Secret. By the author of “May conld win favor for the view he had espoused. Castleton's Mission," &c. pp. 216.
| His results are now given to the world, and he May Castleton's Mission. By the author of "Rose thinks he has demonstrated that “Bacon's prose Delaney's Secret,” &c. pp. 228.
is Shakspearian poetry, and Shakspeare's poetry Flowers in the Grass. By E. L. Llewellyn, author
is Baconian prose." Our author writes with a great of “Piety and Pride," &c. pp. 214.
deal of enthusiasm, and even those who repudiate
his doctrine will be entertained by the persistency Only in Fun; or, The Teasing Boy. By the author and vivacity with which he champions it. of “Money," etc. pp. 158.
These are from the Presbyterian Publication Ars Rhetorica. Auctore R. P. Martino Du Cygne, Committee, Philadelphia, and they correspond in Societatis Jesu. Editio Secunda Americana, in excellence of contents and style of manufacture usum Collegii Georgiopolitani S. J. pp. 178. with the other Sabbath-school library books issued Baltimori : Typis Joannis Murphy, et soc. by the Committee.
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Town and Ward Meetings, Societies, Boards of lin Latin are used, and among the latter we have in Directors and Managers, and other Deliberative the present volume a compend in that language, Bodies; based on Parliamentary, . Congressional, l of the instruction in rhetoric given in Georgetown and Legislative practice. By Benjamin Matthias. College. The subject is treated in rather a seholastie pp. 130. Philadelphia: Lindsay & Blakiston.
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