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FLINT. Handbook of Physiology for Students and Practitioners of Msdicine. Bj Austin Flint, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Physiology in the Cornell University Medical College ; Consulting Physician to the Bellevue Hospital, etc. With 247 Illustrations in the text, including four in colors, and an atlas cf 16 color-plates, including 48 original figures in the actual colors of the stained microscopical prep- arations. 26 + 877 p. 8vo, cl, §5.00 net; sheep §6.00 net.
GIBBONS. The Eye; its Hefraction and Diseases. By Edward E. Gibbons, Assistant Surgeon of the Presbyterian Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital, Demonstrator and Chief of Clinic of Eye and Ear Diseases in the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Vol. I., The Refraction and Functional Testing of the Eye, Complete in Itself, in Twenty-eight Chapters with Numerous Explanatory Cuts and Diagrams. Vol. II. Diseases of and Operations upon the Eyeball and its Adnexa, With many original illustrations. Each volume, small 4to, cloth, §5.00 net, halfmor. §6.50 net.
HUGGARD. A Handbook of Climatic Treatment including Balneology. By William R. Huggard, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P., Lond. 16 + 536 p., 8vo, el., §4.00 net.
METCHNIKOFF. Immunity in Infective Diseases. By Elie Metchnikoff, Foreign Member of the Royal Society of London ; Professor at the Pasteur Institute, Paris. Translated from the French by Francis G. Binnie, of the Pathological Depart- ment of the University of Cambridge. With 45 figures in the text.
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MUMFQRDand STONE. Surgical Aspects of Digestive Disorders. By James G. Mumford, M. D., Visiting Surgeon to the Massachusetts General Hospital and In- structor in Surgery in the Harvard Medical School, in association with Arthur K. Stone, M.D., Physician to Out-Patients, Massachusetts General Hospital and Assistant in the Theory and Practice of Physics in the Harvard Medical School.
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ROOSA and DOUGLASS. A Text-Book of the Diseases of the Ear, Nose and Pharynx. By D. B. St. John Roosa, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Diseaes of the Eye and Ear in the New York Post Graduate Medical School and Hospital ; And Beamen Douglass, M.D. Professor of Diseases of the Nose and Throat, in the New York Post Graduate Medical School and Hospital.
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WUNDT. Principles of Physiological Psychology. By Wilhelm Wundt, Professor of Philosophy in the University of Leipsic. Translated from the Fifth German Edi- tion (1902) by Edward Bradford Titchener, Sage Professor of Psychology in Cornell University. Volume One : Introduction : Part I. The Bodily Substrate of the Mental Life. With 105 Figures in the Text.
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TITCHENER. Experimental Psychology. By Edward B. Titchener, Professor of Psychology in Cornell University.
Volume I. Qualitative Experiments.
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Volume II. Quantitative Experiments.
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NORDENSKJOLD. Antarctica; or Two Years Amongst the Ice of the South Pole. By Dr. N. Otto G. Nordenskjold and Dr. Joh. Gunnar Andersson. With 228 Illustrations and Four Maps.
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SHATTUCK. The Bahama Islands. Edited by George Burbank Shattuck, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiographic Geology in the Johns Hopkins University. With 92 Plates, of which 25 are color-illustrations of Vegetation, Fishes, etc. ; also a map and diagrams.
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