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Notes upon the subject of butter and cheese, prepared by order of the Commissary

General of Subsistence, by Thomas Wilson, captain, c. S., and brevet brigadier.

general, U. S. A. 1868, Notes on canned goods, prepared under the direction of the Commissary-General of

Subsistence, U. S. A. By Capt. T. Wilson, C. S., U. S. A., 1870. Legislative history of the Subsistence Department of the U. S. Army, from June 16,

1775, to August 15, 1876, compiled under the direction of the Commissary-General of Subsistence by John W. Barriger, major and commissary of subsistence and bre

vet brigadier-general, U. S. Army. 1877. Practical instructions in bread-making, edited under the direction of the Commissary.

General of Snbsistence, mainly from data furnished by George Bell, major and commissary of subsistence and bot. brigadier-general, U. S. Army, by John W. Barriger, major and commissary of subsistence, and bvt. brigadier-general, U. S. Army,

assistant to the Commissary-General of Subsistence, Washington. 1878. Manual for Army cooks, compiled from the report of a board of officers for use of the

U.S. Army. 1879. Notes on ventilation of cellars, with designs, prepared by John P. Hawkins, major

and commissary of subsistence, U. S. Ariny. 1830. Description of and directions for using the portable field-ovens furnished by the Sub

sistence Department, U. S. A.; to which are added notes upon the construction of

tield-ovens, by First Lieut. W. L. Carpenter, Vinth Inf., U. S. A. 1880. Annual report of the Commissary-General of Subsistence for the fiscal year ending 1867–80.

SURGEON-GENERAL'S OFFICE. Photographs of surgical cases and specimens, taken at the Army Medical Museum,

with histories of 296 cases. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, 1866–71. 6 vols. 4to. Circnlar No. 5. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, May 4, 1867.

Report on epidemic cholera in the Army of the United States during the year 1966. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Pp.

xviii, 65. 4to. Circular No.7. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, July 1, 1867.

A report on amputation at the hip-joint in military surgery. By Brevet Lieutenant

Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. pp. 87. 4to. Catalogue of the medical section of the Army Merlical Museum. Prepared, under the

direction of the Surgeon-General, by Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1867. Pp.

136. 4to. Catalogue of the microscopical section of the United States Army Medical Museum. Prepared, under the direction of the Surgeon-General, by Brevet Major E. Curtis

, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1867.

pp. 161. 4to. Circular No. 1. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, June 10, 1868.

Report on epidemic cholera and yellow fever in the Army of the United States during the year 1867. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant sur

geon, U. S. Army. pp. 156. 4to. A medical report upon the uniform and clothing of the soldiers of the United States

Army. By Brevet Major A. A. Woodhull, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washing. ton, Surgeon-General's Office, 1868. pp. 26. 8vo. Circular No. 2. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, January 2,

1869. A report on the excisions of the head of the femur for gunshot injury. By

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. pp. 141. 4to. The medical and surgical history of the war of the rebellion, 1861–65.

the direction of the Surgeon-General. Part I, vol. i, medical history, by Brevet Lien: tenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army, pp. xliii

, 726; vol. ii, surgical history, by Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army, pp. clv, 650. Appendix, containing reports of medical directors, &c., PP. 365. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1870. (Actually issued in December, 1872.) Part II, vol. ii, surgical history, by Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. $. Army, pp. 1024. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1876; vol. i, medical history, by Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, surgeon, U. S. Army, pp. xii, 869. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1879. Circular No. 4. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, December á.

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. pp. 494.

4to. Report on the histology of minute blood vessels. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 8 pp. 4to. 11 photographs. SurgeonGeneral's Office, 1870.

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Report on the magnesium and electric lights as applied to photo-micrography. By

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, C. S. Army. 6 pp.

4to, 11 photographs. Surgeon-Genral's Office, 1870. Report on the oxy-calcium light as applied to photo-micrography. By Brevet Lieu

tenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon U. S. Army. 3 pp. 4to. 2 photo

graphs. Surgeon-General's Office, 1870. Report on an improved method of photographing histological preparations by sunlight.

By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 10 pp. 4to. 11 photographs. Surgeon-General's Office, 1871. Memorandum on amphipleura pellucida. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Wood

ward, assistant surgeon, U.S. Army. lp. 4to. 2 photographs. Surgeon-General's

Office, 1871. Memorandum on the test podura. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward,

assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 3 pp. 4to. 5 photographs. Surgeon-General's

Office, 1871. Memorandum on pleurosigma angulatum and pleurosigma formosum. By Brevet

Lieutenant-Colonel J.J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 4 pp. 4to. 8 photographs. Surgeon-General's Office, 1871. Memorandum on surirella gemma. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward,

assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 1 p. 4to. 2 photographs. Surgeon-General's Office,

1871. Report on the pathological anatomy and histology of the respiratory organs in the

pleuro-pneumonia of cattle, with 6 lithographs from photo-micrographs. Washington, June 15, 1870. By Brevet Lieut. Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. pp. 9. 4to. In the report of the Commissioner of Agriculture on the

diseases of cattle in the United States. Government Printing Office, 1871. Report of results of examinations of fluids of diseased cattle, with reference to the

presence of cryptogamic growth. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army, and Brevet Major E. Curtis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. pp. 12. 4to. In the report of the Commissioner of Agriculture on the dis

ease of cattle in the United States. Government Printing Office, 1871. Circular No. 3. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, August 17,

1871. A report on surgical cases treated in the Army of the United States from 1865 to 1871. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S.

Army. pp. 296. 4to. Report on the minute anatomy of two cases of cancer. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel

J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 10 pp. 4to. 2 photolithographs.

Surgeon-General's Office, 1872. Memorandum on the nineteen-band test plate of Nobert. By Brevet Lientenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 4 pp. 4to. 9 photographs.

Surgeon-General's Office, 1872. Catalogue of the library of the Surgeon-General's Office. By Brevet Lieutenant-Col

onel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1872. pp. 454. 4to. Four letters to the Surgeon-General, accompanying photographs of the mosquito,

certain parasites, the proboscides of certain flies, and miscellaneons photographs of insects and parts of insects.

4to. 35 photographs. Surgeon-General's Office, 1872. The Medical Department of the United States Army from 1775 to 1873. By Brevet

Major H. E. Brown, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, Surgeon-General's

Office, 1873. Report on quarantine on the Southern and Gulf coasts. By Brevet Major H. E. Brown,

assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1873.

Forty-second Congress, 3d session, Senate Executive Document No. 9. Catalogue of the library of the Surgeon-General's Office. By Brevet Lieutenant-Col

onel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Vol. 1. A-L. pp. 1193. 4to. Vol. 2, M-Z. pp. 956. 4to. Supplement. pp. 319. 4to. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1873–74. Circular No. 8. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, May 1, 1875.

A report on the hygiene of the United States Army, with descriptions of military posts. By Brevet Lientenant-Colonel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army.

pp. lix, 567. 4to. A report on a plan for transporting wounded soldiers by railway, &c. By Brevet

Lientenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Aimy. Surgeon-General's

Office, 1875. 56 pp. 8vo. Cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States. Reports prepared under the direction

of the Surgeon-General of the Army. A.-History of the cholera epidemic of 1873 in the United States. By Brevet Major E. McClellan, assistaat surgeon, U.S. Army. 513 pp. 8vo. B.—History of the travels of Asiatic cholera. By John C. Peters M. D., of New York, and Brevet Major Ely McClellan, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army.

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192 pp. 8vo. C.-Bibliography of cholera. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 320 pp. 8vo. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1875.. Forty-third Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives,

Executive Document No. 95. Statistics, medical and anthropological, of the Provost-Marshal.General's Bureau, &c.

By Colonel J. H. Baxter, Chief Medical Purveyor, U. S. Army. Washington, Gov.

ernment Printing Office, 1875. Vol. I, pp. lxii, 567; Vol. II, pp. xxviii, 767. Spe fasciculus of a catalogue of the National Medical Library, under the direc

tion of the Surgeon-General of the U. S. Army, at Washington, D. C. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. S. Billings, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1876. Pp. 72. 4to.

Pamphlets issued in connection with the exhibit in the hospital of the Medical Department

U. S. Army. International Exhibition of 1876, riz:

No. 1. List of skeletons and crania in the section of comparative anatomy of the

U. S. Army Medical Museum, for use during the International Exhibition of 1:76.

By Dr. H. C. Yarrow. Washington, 1876. pp. 52. 8vo.
No. 2. Description of the models of hospital cars. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel

J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 10 pp. 8vo.
No. 3. Description of the models of hospitals. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J.

Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 22 pp. 8vo.
No. 4. Description of the models of hospital steam-vessels. By Brevet Lieutenant-

Colonel J. ). Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 12 pp. 8vo. No. 5. Description of Perot & Co.'s improved medicine wagon. By the manufac

turer. 16 pp. 8vo. No. 6. Description of the U. S. Army medicine transport cart, model of 1876. By

Brevet Lieutenant-Colonels D. L. Huntington and G. A. Otis, assistaut surgeons, U. S. Army. 16 pp.

8vo. No. 7. Description of selected specimens from the surgical section of the Army Merl

ical Museum. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 22 pp.

8vo. No. 8. Check list of preparations and objects in the section of human anatomy of

the U.S. Army Medical Museum, for use during the International Exhibition of 1876. By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army.

Washin ton, 1876. pp. 135. 8vo. No. 9. List of selected microscopical preparations from the Army Medical Museum.

By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army. 7 No. 10. Description of selected specimens from the medical section of the Army Med

ical Museum. By Brevet Lieutenact-Colonel J. J. Woodward, assistant surgeon,

U. S. Army. 21 pp: 8vo. No. 11. Typho-malarial fever: Is it a special type of sever? Being remarks intro

ductory to the discussion in the section of medicine, International Medical Congress.

By Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel J. J. Woolward, assistant surgeon, L. S. Army. 44 Circular No. 9. War Department, Surgeon-General's Office, Washington, March 1,

1877. Report on transportation of sick and wounded by pack animals. By Breret

Lieutenant-Colonel G. A. Otis, assistant surgeon, U. S. Ariny. pp. 4to. Index catalogue of the library of the Surgeon-General's Office, . S. Army, and sub

jects. Vol. I (A.-Berliúski). With a list of abbreviations of periodicals indexed. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1880. pp. vi, 126, 888, imp'l 8vo. The same.

Vol. II (Berlioz-Cholas). Washington, Government Printing Office, 181. pp. 12, 990, imp'l ovo.

pp. 8vo.

pp. 8vo.

UNITED STATES ARTILLERY SCHOOL, WAR DEPARTMENT.

Service and descriptions of Gatling guns. 17 pp. 80. Paper. Incorporated in Tid

ball's inanual of heavy artillery service. Mechanical maneuvres with 13-inch sea-coast mortars ; 10-inch smooth-bore gun;

B-inch siege howitzer; Dyer's method of pointing mortars. Incorporated in Tid

ball's manual heavy artillery. 8vo. Paper. Material and appliances for moving heavy ordnance. (Out of print. See Tidball's

manual of heavy artillery service.) Service of 8-inch converted muzzle-loading rifle. (See Tidball's manual of heavy

artillery service.)
Photographic processes. 8vo. Paper. About to be reissued.
Analysis of gunpowder. 8vo. Paper. About to be reissued.
Gun cotton and other explosives. 8vo. Paper. About to be reissued.

Gantier's telemeter. Watkins, Weldon, and Pratt, range finders. 32 pp. 89. Paper.
Tactics of infantry in battle. (Reprint from English copy.) 80. Paper.
The practical study of surveying instruments. 1882. 112 pp. 4o. Paper.

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY.
Annual report for

1872. “18 pp. 80. Paper.
1873. 18 pp. 8o. Paper.
1874. 6 pp. 89. Paper.
1875, 16 pp. 89. Paper.
1877. 25 pp. 80. Paper.

1880. 80. Paper.
Annual register. 1871. 71 pp. 80. Paper.
Register of officers and cadets. 32 pp. 80. Paper.
Roll of cadets. 57 pp. 80. Paper.
Roll of cadets December 31, 1872. 59 pp. 80. Paper.
List of cadets until September 30, 1876. 66 pp. 80. Paper.
Regulations of the Academy. 73 pp. 80.

Paper.
Blasting or military mining. 1881. 8o. Paper.

JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL.

Digest of opinions of the Judge-Advocate-General of the Army, containing a selection

of official opinions furnished to the President, the Secretary of War, the AdjutantGeneral, heads of bureaus of the War Department, commanding officers, judge-advocates, and members of military courts, and other officers of the Army, and soldiers, between September, 1862, and July, 1868. Edited by Major W. Winthrop, judgeadvocate, United States Army, third edition. (Published by the authority of the Secretary of War.) 1868. A sketch of the history and duties of the Judge-Advocate-General's Department,

United States Army, Washington, D. C. 1876. Prepared at the request of the

Commission on the Reform and Reorganization of the Army. A digest of opinions of the Judge-Advocate-General of the Army, with notes by Bvt.

Col. W. Winthrop, judge-advocate, United States Arms, assistant to the JudgeAdvocate-General. (Published by the authority of the Secretary of War.)

September 1, 1880.

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