II.—Sketch of the Medical Topography of the Hundred of Penwith, comprising the district of the Landsend, Cornwall. By John Forbes, M. D., F. R. S. Physician to the Chichester Infirmary, &c. With a Map.
III.—Medical Topography of Bristol. By Andrew Carrick, M. D. Senior Physician to the Bristol Infirmary; and John Addington Symonds, M.D. Physician to the Bristol General Hospital, and Lecturer on Forensic Medicine,
XVI.—Observations upon Cholera, as it appeared in Wolverhampton and its Neighbourhood, in August, September, and October, 1832. By T. Ogier Ward; M. B. Physician to the Dispensaries of Wolverhampton and Lichfield,
XIX.—An Attempt to ascertain, by experiment, the exact differences between the changes produced in the Lungs of still-burn Children, by their artificial initiation, and those produced in the Lungs of new-born Children, by natural respiration. By Egerton A. Jennings, Esq. F.L. S. Surgeon to the Leamington Charitable Bathing Institution,