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8085 & 8610, D. A hot water cure, sought out in Germany in the summer
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8695, D. The water cure in America. Edited by a water patient. New
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STONE–Prout, 10436, O. On the nature and treatment of stomach and
urinary disorders; being an inquiry into the connection of diabetes,
calculus, and other affections of the kidney and bladder. By Wm.
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whence stones are produced in the greater world, and in the bladders
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12183, O. A treatise on the high operation for the stone. With 17
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by R. La Roche, M. D. Philadelphia, 1823. Gift of James J.
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Adelon, 10009, O. Physiologie de l’homme. Par N. P. Adelon. 2d edition. 4 vols. Paris, 1832.

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Leidae Batavorum, 1726. Alison, 10324, O. 1. Observations relative to lymphatic hearts. By Joseph

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Baly, 12065, 0.2. Recent advances in the physiology of motion, the senses,

generation and development. By Mr. Baly and Wm. S. Kirkes.

Being a supplement to the second volume of Prof. Müller’s “Elements

of Physiology.” London, 1848. Blackwell, 10150, D. The laws of life, with special reference to the physical education of girls. By Elizabeth Blackwell, M. D. New York, 1852. Borellus, 2525, Q. See p. 1142. Brodie, 12756, O. 1. Physiological researches. By Sir Benjamin C. Brodie. London, 1851. Carpenter, 9881, O. Principles of general and comparative physiology, intended as an introduction to the study of human physiology, and as a guide to the philosophical pursuit of natural history. By William B. Carpenter. London, 1839.

7680, D. Popular Cyclopedia of natural science. Animal physiology.

By Wm. B. Carpenter, M. D. London, 1843. 13124, O. Principles of human physiology, with their chief applications to psychology, pathology, therapeutics, hygiène, and forensic medicine. By William B. Carpenter, M. D., F. R. S., &c. First American, from the fourth London edition. With 314 illustrations. Edited, with additions, by Francis Gurney Smith, M. D. Philadelphia, 1853. Coates, 12606, Q. 14. Syllabus of a course of lectures on physiology. By Reynold Coates, M. D. Philadelphia, 1840. Davy, 9877, O. Researches physiological and anatomical. By John Davy, M. D., &c. 2 vols. London, 1839. Ducrotay de Blainville, 10077, O. Cours de physiologie générale et comparée.

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Par M. Ducrotay de Blainville, publié par M. Hollard, et revu par l'Auteur. Paris, 1833. Elliotson, 10599, O. Human physiology. By John Elliotson, M. D. 5th edition. London, 1840. Gannal, 10305, O. History of embalming, and of preparations in anatomy, pathology, and natural history, including an account of the new process of embalming. By J. N. Gannal. Translated from the French, with notes and additions. By R. Harlan, M. D. Philadelphia, 1840. Gauthier, 10895, O. Histoire du somnambulisme. Par Aubin Gauthier. 2 tom. Paris, 1842. Gordy, 10922, O. 3. Résumé des principales récherches d'anatomie, de physiologie, de chirurgie, &c., du Dr. Gerdy. Paris, 1843. Holland, 13513, O. Inquiry into the laws of organic and animal life. By George C. Holland, M. D. Edinburgh, 1829. Gift of R. D. Drake, Esq. —11283, 0.1. The philosophy of the moving powers of the blood. By G. Calvert Holland, M. D. London, 1844. —12067, O. The philosophy of animated nature, or the laws and action of the nervous system. By G. C. Holland, M. D. London, 1848. Horner, 12522, O. Catalogue of the Wistar or anatomical museum of the University of Pennsylvania. By W. E. Horner, M.D. 3d edition. Philadelphia, 1850. Gift of the faculty. — 12312, O. 15. Introductory lecture before the anatomical class of the University of Pennsylvania. By William E. Horner, M. D. Philadelphia, 1846. Ibuston, 9356, O. Descriptive catalogue of the preparations in the Museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, in Ireland. By John Houston, M. D. Dublin, 1834. Gift of the author. Jackson, 12008, O. A descriptive catalogue of the Anatomical Museum of the Boston Society for Medical improvement. By J. B. S. Jackson, M. D. Boston, 1847. Gift of the Society. Kirke, 8933, D. Hand-book of physiology. By Wm. S. Kirke, M.D., assisted by James Paget. London, 1848. Kito, 8003, D. The lost senses. By John Kitto, D. D. Deafness. London, 1845. -8004, D. The lost senses. By John Kitto, D D. Blindness. London, 1845. Lovre, 7933, D. An apology for the nerves; or their influence and importance in health and disease. - By Sir George Lefevre, M. D. London, 1844. L. Gallois, 13274, O. See p. 1154. Lido, 12065, 0.1. Researches on the motion of the juices in the animal body. By Justus Liebig. Edited by Wm. Gregory, M. D. London, 1848. – 10637, O. & 7406, D. Animal chemistry. By J. Liebig. London and Cambridge, 1842. (For his other works, see pp. 1127, 1128.) lder, 2498, Q. Vol. 2, 2. The vocal sounds of Laura Bridgman. By Dr. Francis Lieber. Smithsonian Institution. Washington, 1851. lootein, 13277, O. A treatise on the structure, functions and diseases of the human sympathetic nerve. With plates. By John F. Lobstein. Translated by Jos. Pancoast, M. D. Philadelphia, 1831. Gift of J. J. Barclay, Esq. *ory, 101.17, O. Traité complet de l'art du dentiste, d'après l'état actuel des connaissances, par T. Maury, avec planches. Paris, 1828. *rta, 2484 & 2407, Q. Crania Egyptiaca, or observations on Egyptian ethnography, derived from anatomy, history and the monuments. By Samuel G. Morton, M. D. Philadelphia, 1844.

Morton, 12095, 0. An illustrated system of human anatomy, special, general, and microscopic. By Samuel George Morton, M. D. Philadelphia, 1849. 9496, D. 2. Catalogue of skulls of man and the inferior animals in the collection of Samuel George Morton, M.D. 3d edition. Philadelphia, 1849. Müller, 11197, O. Elements of physiology by J. Müller. Translated from the German by Wm. Baly, M. D. 2d edition. 2 vols. London, 1838. Owen, 10866, D. The principal forms of the skeleton and of the teeth. By Prof. R. Owen. Philadelphia, 1854. Pancoast, 12607, 0.2. Introductory lecture on anatomy. By J. Pancoast, M. D. Philadelphia, 1843. Philip, 13509, O. Inquiry into the laws of the vital functions, with observations on internal diseases. By A. P. Wilson Philip, M. D. With the report of the National Institute of France on the experiments of Le Gallois, &c. Philadelphia, 1818. Gift of R. D. Drake, Esq. Regnaut, 10922, 0.2. Récherches sur le carie dentaire, par M. Regnaut. Paris, 1838. Reveillé, 10854, O. Physiologie et hygiène des hommes. Par J. H. Reveillé Parise. 4° ed. 2 tom. Paris, 1843. Rush, 11254, O. The philosophy of the human voice, embracing its physiological history. By James Rush, M.D. 3d edition, enlarged. Philadelphia, 1845. Serres, 10907, O. Précis d'anatomie transcendante appliquée à la physiologie, par M. A. Serres. Paris, 1842. Simon, 11509, O. Animal chemistry, with reference to the physiology and pathology of man. By Dr. J. F. Simon. Philadelphia, 1845. Smee, 12303, 0.2. Elements of electro-biology or the Voltaic mechanism of man. By Alfred Smee. London, 1849. Todd, 11935, 0. The physiological anatomy and physiology of man. By R. B. Todd, and William Bowman. London, 1845. Walker, 6462, D. The philosophy of the eye; being a familiar exposition of its mechanism, and of the phenomena of vision, with a view to the evidence of design. By John Walker. London, 1837. 7304, D. Pathology, founded on the natural system of anatomy and physiology; a philosophical sketch. By Alexander Walker. New York, 1843. Wilkinson, 9050, & 10072, D. The human body and its connection with man, illustrated by the principal organs. By James John Garth Wilkinson. Philadelphia and London, 1851.


Amussat, 10919, 0.2. Quelque reflections pratiques sur les obstructions du rectum. Par M. Amussat. 10919, O. 3. Relation de la maladie de Broussais. Par M. Amussat. Boyer, 13495, O. A treatise on surgical diseases, and the operations suited to them. By Baron Boyer. Translated, with notes, by Alex. H. Stevens, M. D. Wol. 1. New York, 1815. Bryan, 12825, 0.7. A historical sketch of surgery from the revival of litera. ture to the end of the 17th century. An introductory lecture, by James Bryan, M. D. Geneva, 1851.

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