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TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
We have received a communication from Dr. Gist, of Jackson, Miss., for our next number.
We have received the following books :
1. Medical Botany: or Descriptions of the Important Plants used in Medicine, with their History, Properties, and Mode of Administration. By R. EG LESFIELD GRIFFITH, M. D., &c., &c. With upwards of 300 illustrations.Philadelphia. Lea & Blanchard. 1847, p.p. 704.
2. Fascination, or the Philosophy of Charming. By John B. NEWMAN, M. D. New York. Fowlers & Wells. 1847.
The following pamphlets have been received: 1. Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Connecticut Medical Society. May, 1847. Together with a List of the Members and the Annual Address.
2. Valedictory Address to the Graduates of the Medical Department of Pennsylvania College, (Session 1846-7.) By WASHINGTON L. ATLEE, M. D). Professor of Chemistry
3. Proceedings in the Trial of Jeremiah Darby, for the Murder of his Wife. In the Circuit Court, for Montgomery county, Alabama. May, 1847. (From Dr. Boling.)
The following Foreign Medical Journals have come to our address, from the publishers.
The Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science.
We regret to perceive that the sources of some of our Foreign extracts have not been appended to the articles. The articles 'on Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis, and Ligature of the Common Carotid were extracted from Ranking's Half-Yearly Abstract. p. 192, and p. 207.
of the Blood. By John HARRISON, M. Ď. Professor of Physiology and
Art. V.-An Enquiry whether there is in the Southern States, a Speci-
fic Disease that can properly be called Congestive Fever; with Cases
Health of the City
Health of the Country
Sickness in the U. S. Army in Mexico
Irish Immigrant Society
Inhalation of Sulphuric Ether
University of Louisiana
Mortality in New Orleans
Meteorological Table. By D. T. LILLIE