NEW BOOKS. LEA & BLANCHARD Are preparing for publication the following new Medical Books. A New Edition of CHURCHILL ON DISEASES OF FEMALES, embracing his work on the Diseases incident to Pregnancy and Child-bed, with notes by Professor Huston, of the Jefferson College. In 1 vol. 8vo. To be ready by December. A SYSTEM OF PRACTICAL SURGERY, by Professor Fergijson, illustrated with over two hundred and fifty wood cuts, with additional matter and notes, by George W. Norris, M. D., one of the Surgeons of the Pennsylvania Hospital, in one vol. 8vo. This volume will be issued in a style to correspond with Wilson’s Human Anatomy lately published. THE AMERICAN DISSECTOR’S COMPANION, consisting of a short description of the Anatomy of the Human Body, with full instructions for making the dissections, in¬ cluding directions for injecting, drying, and preserving anatomical specimens, illustrated by one hundred wood cuts, beautifully executed, by Paul Beck Goddard, M. D., Demon¬ strator of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, &c., in 1 vol. 12mo. Will soon be ready. A SYSTEM OF CLINICAL MEDICINE, by Robert James Graves, M. D., &c., with additions and notes by an American editor, in 1 vol. 8vo. PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY, with their chief applications to Pathology, &c., by W. B. Carpenter, with numerous wood cuts, in 1 vol. 8vo. This American edition will embody additional information and corrections, by the author, with notes by an American editor. LECTURES ON THE DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS, by Sir B. C. Brodie, Bart., F. R. S. From the 3d London edition, with alterations and additions, 8vo. The work has throughout been entirely revised, some of the author’s views have been modi¬ fied and a considerable proportion of new matter, among which is a Lecture on the Ope¬ ration of Lithotrity, has been added. Nearly ready. A TREATISE ON RUPTURES, by Lawrence, from the 5th London edition, considerably enlarged. Nearly ready. ... The peculiar advantage of the treatise of Mr. Lawrence is, that he explains his views on the anatomy of hernia, and the different varieties of the disease in a manner which renders his book peculiarly useful to the student. It must be superfluous to express our opinion of its value to the surgical practitioner. As a treatise on hernia, presenting a complete view of the literature of the subject, it stands in the first rank.— Edinburgh Medical and Sur¬ gical Journal. . . , , „ A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON VENEREAL DISEASES; or, Critical and Experi¬ mental Researches on Inoculation, applied to the Study of these Affections; with a Thera¬ peutical Summary and Special Formulary. By Ph. Ricord, M. D., Surgeon of the Venereal Hospital of Paris, Clinical Professor of Special Pathology, &c. Translated from the French. Bv Henry Pilkington Drummond, M. D. Will be ready in December. THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MIDWIFERY, by Fleetwood Churchill, M. D,, &c., Author of a Treatise on the Diseases of Females, &c. illustrated by upwards of one hundred engravings on Wood, beautifully executed, to match the volume of Wilson’s Anatomv in 1 vol. 8vo. with notes and additions by an American editor. A PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL TREATISE ON THE DIAGNOSIS, PA¬ THOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES, arranged according to a Natural System of Classification, and preceded by an Outline of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Skin, by Erasmus Wilson, M. D., Author of a System of Human Anatomv, &.C., in 1 vol. 8vo. A TREATISE ON PROTRACTED INDIGESTION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES; being the Application to the Practical Department of Medicine, of the Results of an In¬ quiry into the Laws of the Vital Functions; addressed by the Author, on his retirement from the Medical Profession, both to the Members of that Profession, and to the well-edu¬ cated Public, particularly Parents. By A. P. W. Philip, M. D., I.R. S. S. L. &■ E., Fellow of the Roval Colleges of Physicians of London and Edinburgh, &c., in 1 vol. 8vo. LECTURES ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF PHYSIC, delivered at ' King’s College, London, by Dr. Watson, in 1 vol. 8vo. NOW READY. A TREATISE ON DISEASES OF THE EYE, by W. Lawrence, Surgeon Extra, ordinary to the Queen, &c., with numerous additions, and illustrated by seventy-six wood cuts, many of which are from original drawings. By Isaac Hays, M. D., Surgeon to the Wills Hospital, &c. &c., in 1 vol. 8vo.