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will be given on Monday, the eleventh of November, at seven o'clock in the evening; and the Lectures will continue on Monday and Thursday Evenings, at the same hour, until the beginning of March.
WINTER LECTURES ON BOTANY.
DR. BARTON's Winter Course of Lectures on Botany and indigenous Vegetable Materia Medica, will commence the first week in November, and terminate in the first week of February.
The Winter Course is intended for the benefit of those Students of the Medical Class, and other persons, who do not continue in Philadelphia, during the Summer Lectures.
DR. RUSH'S Lectures, will commence on the first Monday in November.
RECENT BRITISH PUBLICATIONS.
An Analysis of the Mineral Waters of Tunbridge Wells, with some account of their Medicinal Properties; by Charles Scudamore, M. D. 8vo.
* Essays on Insanity, Hypochondriasis, and other Nervous Affections; by John Reid, M. D. 8vo.
Medical and Surgical Remarks; by Edward Granger, 8vo. Reflections on Fever; by J. Calvert.
* An Introduction to Entomology, or Elements of the Na. tural History of Insects; by the Reverend William Kirby, R.A.F.L.S. and William Spence, Esq. F.L.S. illustrated by coloured plates.
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London, part 4, vol. 2.
* A System of Physiological Botany; by the Rev. P. Ruth, F.L.S. with plates, 2 vols. 8vo.
General Zoology, or Systematic Natural History; commenced by the late George Shaw, M.D. F.R.S. &c. with Plates, from the first authorities and most select specimens, engraved principally by Mrs. Griffiths, vol. 9. 8vo.
PROPOSED BRITISH PUBLICATIONS.
DR. MARCEt announces an Essay on the Chemical History and Medical Treatment of Urinary Calculi; with Plates.
Practical Remarks in Surgery, illustrated by cases; by A. Copland Hutchison, M. D.
Observations and Inquiries into the Nature of the Yellow or Bulam Fever, in Jamaica and at Cadiz, particularly in regard to its Primary Cause and Contagious Powers; by Mr. Doughty.
* These Works have been received by Mr. Dobson of this city.
RECENT AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS.
By Thomas Dobson, A Synopsis of the various kinds of Difficult Parturition, with Practical Remarks on the Management of Labour; by Samuel Merriman, M. D. &c.; with Notes and Additions, by Thomas C. James, M. D. Professor of Midwifery in the University of Pennsylvania.
First Lines of the Practice of Physic. By William Cullen, M. D. late Professor in the University of Edinburgh-with Notes and Selections from Currie, Hamilton, Fordyce, Hun. ter, E. Home, Saunders, Baillie, and other celebrated writers -in two volumes, handsomely printed, and bound in one very large volume. Price three dollars.
A Treatise on Surgical Diseases, by the celebrated Baron Boyer, translated by Alexander H. Stevens, M. D. Professor of Surgery in the Medical Institution of New-York-two vols. with Plates. Price six dolls. in boards.
Medical Sketches of the Campaigns of 1812, 13 and 14To which are added, Surgical Cases; Observations on Military Hospitals and Flying Hospitals. Also, an Appendix on Dysentery and Peripneumonia Notha. By James Mann, M. D. A. A. S. Hospital Surgeon of the Army, &c. &c. Price in boards, two dollars and fifty cents.
PROPOSED AMERICAN PUBLICATIONS.
Thomas Dobson, has in Press, and will publish in a few days,
Medical Histories and Reflections. By John Ferriar, M. D. Physician to the Manchester Infirmary, and Lunatic Hospital. Four volumes in one.
By Anthony Finley, Engravings of the Bones, illustrating the Anatomy of the Human Body; by John Bell, Surgeon, quarto, containing 15 plates. Also, a second edition of Charles Bell's Engravings of the Arteries, royal 8vo. 12 coloured plates.
AMAÚROSIS, use of Insolation in
Balfour on Rheumatism
on Coal Gas
Consumption, Observations on
Davy on Animal Heat
Fellowes on Pestilential Diseases of Andalusia
Gay-Lussac on Prussic Acid
Harvey, Memoirs of
Incautious use of Magnesia, bad effects from