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SELF-ACTING AND CONSTANT ELECTRIC DISKS.

LONG DISK, 4 by 12 inches, and strap to go around the body, $3.50. EXTRA LONG DISK, 4 by 18 inches, and strap with buckle for larger body, $5.00.

Disk, Each one is tested and warranted. They are flexible, selfapplying, and make, without care or trouble, gentle and prolonged application of fine primary electricity. They prove

sufficiently active and durable for this method, - in the cure CARRATT'S of Pains, Weakness, and Palsy.

CARRATT'S DISK

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DISK

2 by 5 inch, Large Disk, 5 by 8 in.

$1.00. BEST for most cases,

OUR NEW
$2.50.

ELECTRIC INSULATOR.
A very superior LUNG PROTECTOR, &c., and a great remedy for Catarrah and throat troubles.

Dr. Garratt's neat, pliable and durable INSULATORS, when used as Chest Protector, or for Catarrah, Cough, Hay Fever, or Asthma, are worn on the thorax; large pad on front, small one on back. For this purpose it has no equal. The pair, $1.25. Large Pad, 75 cents. Small Pad, 50 cents. Disk or Insulator sent by mail on receipt of price by

GARRATT & CO., 6 Hamilton Place, Boston,

THE PHYSICIAN'S DAILY ACCOUNT BOOK, This Account Book has been in use many years, and has proved most convenient and economical to the practising pbysician. It is constructed upon the plan which physicians consider best adapted to the limited time they have to bestow upon the proper keeping and making out of their accounts. A Cash-Book and Ledger accompany the daily account; but as some prefer a different arrangement in making their charges, the following kinds of the books are furnished, with prices annexed : Large size, with Day-Book, a Cash-Book, and Ledger, 300 pages......

. $4.00
Small size, with the same,

200
pages

3.00
Large size, Day-Book only (bound up especially for physicians prefer-
ring separate Cash-Book and Ledger), 300 pages..

4.00
Small size, same, 200 pages

3.00 The books are substantially bound in cloth, printed on good paper, and in all respects superior.

DAVID CLAPP & SON, Publishers,

564 Washington Street, Boston.

ESTABLISHED 1836.

224 WILLIAM STREET.

NEW YORK.
H. PLANTEN & SON,
MEDICINAL CAPSULES
Of all kinds, Guaranteed Soluble and Reliable.

EMPTY CAPSULES,
(5 sizes), for the easy administration of nauseous medicinal preparations.
Detailed List and Samples sent on application.

SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.

LADIES

Requiring Medical Treatment for any disease (except contagious and venereal), also Ladies about being Confined, can find

Superior Accommodations with Board and Nursing

Under the care of their own Physicians, if desired, by addressing

MRS. M. S. WARE,
4 FERDINAND STREET,

BOSTON.

MRS. W., having had several years' experience in her business, and

Not one among her numerous Patients during that time having

had any of the Diseases incident to Childbirth,

(Being able to leave two weeks after confinement, if necessary), is pleased to be able to refer to the following distinguished Physicians, all of whom have treated patients at her house.

REFERENCES.

D. H. STORER, M.D., 182 Boylston Street, Boston.
E. H. CLARKE, M. D., 18 Arlington Street,
John HOMANS, M. D., 161 Beacon Street,
G. H. BIXBY, M. D., 143 Boylston Street,
WILLIAM READ, M. D., 558 Tremont Street,
G. N. THOMSON, M. D., 3 Eliot Street,
J. E. WALKER, M. D., 1554 Washington Street, Boston.
JOHN SKINNER, M. D., 1043 Washington Street,
J. H. MOCOLLOM, M. D. 616 Tremont Street,

See " New York Medical Record."

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BOSTON:
H. O. HOUGHTON AND COMPANY.
NEW YORK: HURD AND HOUGHTON
Cambridge: The Riverside Press.

1877.

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Copyright,
FRANCIS II. BROWN,

1876.

The Riverside Press, Cambridge:

PRINTED BY H. 0. HOUGBTON AND COMPANY.

H812 AIB7 1877

PREFACE.

The present edition of THE MEDICAL REGISTER includes all the information contained in its predecessors, with the many changes and additions needed to bring the work to the present time; it has been so far enlarged as to embrace reliable information regarding all medical organizations of the regular school throughout the New England States. It is hoped that the large amount of information contained in these pages may be found useful to professional

men.

In compiling the Directory of Physicians the author has felt it to be the safest course to confine himself strictly to the lists of the state medical societies. A wider latitude in this direction might perhaps have been decided on, and the names of many reputable practitioners, vouched for as such by their fellows, have been included. To carry out such a plan, however, would have been a very difficult task. The names of many worthy men would have escaped notice, some questionable names might have been included, and the distinction between worthy and unworthy would, in many cases, have seemed invidious. The lists of the soci. eties, except that of Vermont, are such as are authorized by the secretaries of such organizations; in that State the author is indebted to a friend for the most accurate catalogue which can be obtained.

F. H. B. 97 WALTHAM STREET, Boston,

November, 1876.

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