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LEA & BLANCHARD’S PUBLICATIONS 
WILLIAMS1 PATHOLOGY. 
(tâ Neiv Work.) 
PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE, 
COMPRISING 
GENERAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, and a general view of 
ETIOLOGY, NOSOLOGY, SEMEIOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS AND 
PROGNOSIS. 
BY CHARLES J. B. WILLIAMS, M.D., F*R.S. 
FELLOW OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, ETC- 
WITH ADDITIONS AMD NOTES 
BY MEREDITH CLYMER, M.D. 
LECTURER ON THE INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE, ETC. ETC, 
In one volume 8vo. 
Si Such a work, at least so far as. English Ii tcrature is concerned, was clearly demanded, and the importarros 
of the subject, together with the high character of the author, should ensure for it a careful perusal by every 
practitioner.”— Western Lancet. 
“ Such a work, then, as that of Professor Williams, embodying, as it does, a full account of the receni 
additions to our knowledge, and bringing the subjects of general pathology and therapeutics upto the present 
state of medicine, cannot fail to be in the highest degree useful, both as a class book to the student, and as a 
work of reference to the practitioner. 
“The entire work is one of no ordinary ability, and well sustains the reputation which its author has 
already acquired.”— Provincial Med. Journal, 
“This work supplies a deficiency long felt by the profession-the want of an elementary treatise on gene, 
ral pathology. The author has had extensive experience at the bed side, and has drawn chiefly from his own 
observation of disease, as he has witnessed it in hospitals and private practice during the last twenty years> 
“ The subject of inflammation occupies many pages of this work. The manner in which it is treated cannot 
fail to excite the admiration of the intelligent reader. We earnestly recommend this, as every other part of 
Dr. Williams’ excellent Principles of Pathology, to the diligent perusal of every physician who is not familiar 
with the accessions which have been made to medical science within the last few years.”— Western Journal 
of Medicine and Surgery. 
ROGET’S OUTLINES OF PHYSIOLOGY. 
WITH AN APPENDIX ON PHRENOLOGY. BY PETER MARK ROGET, M. D., &c. Ac. 
In one volume, octavo. 
ROGET’S PHYSIOLOGY. 
ANIMAL AND VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY,considered with reference to Natural TReology. By PETES 
MARK ROGET, M D., second American edition. In two volumes, oetavo, with nearly FIVE HUN¬ 
DRED engravings on wood. 
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A POPULAR TREATISE ON VEGETABLE PHYSIOLOGY. Published under the auspices of the So¬ 
ciety for the promotion of Popular Instruction. With numerous cuts. By W. B. CARPENTER, M.D. 
author of Human Physiology, in one volume, royal 12mo. 
BILLING’S PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE. 
FIRST PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE. By ARCHIBALD BILLING, M.D., A.M. &c. Revised from the 
fourth London edition. In one small 8vo. volume. 
ALLISON’S PATHOLOGY 
A NEW WORK. 
OUTLINES OF PATHOLOGY 
AND 
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. 
BY 
WILLIAM PULTENEY ALLISON, M. D., 
Professor of the Practice of Medicine in the University of Edinburgh, &c. &c. 
In three Parts—Part I,—Preliminary Observations—Part II.—Inflammatory and Febrile 
Diseases, and Part III., Chronic or Non-Febriie Diseases. 
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In one volume octavo,
        

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