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SMITH (H. F.).—THE HANDBOOK FOR MIDWIVES By

Henry Fly Smith, B.A., M.B. Oxon., M.R.C.S. 41 Woodcuts. Cr. 8vo.,sJ.

STEVENSON.—WOUNDS IN WAR: the Mechanism of their

Pioduction and their Treatment. By Surgeon-Colonel W. F. STeVenSON
(Army Medical Staff), A.B., M.B., M.Ch. Dublin University, Professor of
Military Surgery, Army Medical School, Netley. With 86 Illustrations. 8vo., 18J.

TAPPEINER. — INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL

METHODS OF CLINICAL DIAGNOSIS. By Dr. H. TAPPeIneR,
Professor of Pharmacology and Principal of the Pharmacological Institute oi
the University of Munich. Translated by Edmond J. Mcweeney, M.A., M.D.
(Royal Univ. of Ireland), L.R.C.P.I., etc. Crown 8vo., 3J. 6d.

WALLER.—Works by AUGUSTUS D. WALLER, M.D.,
Lecturer on Physiology at St. Mary's Hospital Medical School,
London; late External Examiner at the Victorian University.

AN INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY. Third

Edition, Revised. With 314 Illustrations. 8vo., I8j.

LECTURES ON PHYSIOLOGY. First Series. On Animal

Electricity. 8vo., $s. net.

VETERINARY MEDICINE, ETC.

FITZWYGRAM.—HORSES AND STABLES. By Lieut.-General

Sir F. FITZWYGRAm, Bart. With 56 pages of Illustrations. 8vo., y. net.

STEEL— Works by JOHN HENRY STEEL, F.R.C.V.S., F.Z.S., A.V.D., late Professor of Veterinary Science and Principal of Bombay Veterinary College.

A TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE DOG; being

a Manual of Canine Pathology. Especially adapted for the use of Veterinary Practitioners and Students. With 88 Illustrations. 8vo., 1os 6d.

A TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE OX; being a

Manual of Bovine Pathology. Especially adapted for the use of Veterinary
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A TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF THE SHEEP; being

a Manual of Ovine Pathology for the use of Veterinary Practitioners and
Students. With Coloured Plate and 99 Woodcuts. 8vo., 12s.

YOUATT.— Works by WILLIAM YOUATT.
THE HORSE. With 52 Wood Engravings. 8vo., 7s. 6d.
THE DOG. With 33 Wood Engravings. 8vo., 6s.

PHYSIOLOGY, BIOLOGY, ZOOLOGY, ETC.

(And see MEDICINE AND SURGERY, page 25.)

ASHBY.—NOTES ON PHYSIOLOGY FOR THE USE OF

STUDENTS PREPARING KOR EXAMINATION. By Henry Ashbv,
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Manchester; formerly Demonstrator of Physiology, Liverpool School of
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BARNETT.—THE MAKING OF THE BODY: a Children's

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BE DD A RD.—Works by FRANK E. BEDDARD, M.A. Oxon.

ELEMENTARY PRACTICAL ZOOLOGY. With 93 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 2s. fxt.

THE STRUCTURE AND CLASSIFICATION OF BIRDS.

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BIDGOOD.—K COURSE OF PRACTICAL ELEMENTARY

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BOSE.—RESPONSE IN THE LIVING AND NON-LIVING.

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*,* J'his -vlume describes experimental investigations on animal, vegetable and inorganic substances regarding their response to stimulus. These researches show that the effects 0/ fatigue, stimulants, depressants and poisons arc alike in the organic and inorganic, and demonstrate that the response phenomena in the ' living' have been foreshadowed in the ' non-living'.

BRODJE. — THE ESSENTIALS OF EXPERIMENTAL

PHYSIOLOGY. For the Use of Students. By T. G. Brodie, M.D.,
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CHAPMAN.—THE FORAMINIFERA: An Introduction to the

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FURNEAUX.—HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY. By W. Furneaux,

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HUDSON And GOSSE.—THE ROTIFERA, or 'WHEEL

ANIMACULES'. By C. T. Hudson, LL.D., and P. H. Gosse, F.R.S.
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MACALISTER. Works bv ALEXANDER MACALISTER,
M.D.
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SYSTEMATIC ZOOLOGY

AND MORPHOLOGY OF VERTEBRATE ANIMALS. With 41
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ZOOLOGY OF THE INVERTEBRATE ANIMALS. With

59 Diagrams. Fcp. 8vo., 1s. 6d.

ZOOLOGY OF THE VERTEBRATE ANIMALS. With 77

Diagrams. Fcp. 8vo., 1s. 6d.

PHYSIOLOGY, BIOLOGY, ZOOLOGY, ETC.-Continued.

MACDOUGAL. Works by DANIEL TREMBLY MACDOUGALL, Ph.D., Director of the Laboratories of the New York Botanical Garden.

PRACTICAL TEXT-BOOK OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY.

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ELEMENTARY PLANT PHYSIOLOGY. With 1o8 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 31.

MOORE.—ELEMENTARY PHYSIOLOGY. By Benjamin

Moore, M.A., Lecturer on Physiology at the Charing Cross Hospital Medical
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MORGAN.—ANIMAL BIOLOGY: an Elementary Text-Book. By C. Lloyd Morgan, F.R.S., Principal of University College, Bristol. With 1o3 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 8s. 6d.

SCHAFER.—DIRECTIONS FOR CLASS WORK IN PRACTICAL PHYSIOLOGY: Elementary Physiology of Muscle and Nerve and of the Vascular and Nervous Systems. By E. A. SCHAFeR, LL.D., F.R.S., Professor of Physiology in the University of Edinburgh. With 48 Diagrams. 8vo., 3J. net.

THORNTON.—-Works by JOHN THORNTON, M.A.

HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY With 267 Illustrations, some

Coloured. Crown 8vo., 6s.

ELEMENTARY BIOLOGY, Descriptive and Experimental.

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BACTERIOLOGY.

CURTIS.— THE ESSENTIALS OF PRACTICAL BACTERIOLOGY: An Elementary Laboratory Book for Students and Practitioners. By H. J. Curtis, B.S. andM.D. (Lond.).F.R.C.S. With 133 Illustrations. 8vo.,c>J.

DHINGRA.—AN INTRODUCTION TO IBACTERIOLOGY.

(Specially designed for Indian Medical Students.) By M. L. Dhingra,
M.D.D.P.H.

FRANKLAND.—MICRO-ORGANISMS IN WATER. To-
gether with an Account of the Bacteriological Methods involved in their
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(Lond.), F.R.S., and Mrs. Percy Frankland. With 2 Plates and Numerous
Diagrams. 8vo., i6s. net.

FRANKLAND.—BACTERIA IN DAILY LIFE. By Mrs.

Percy Frankland, F.R.M.S. Crown 8vo.

GOADBY.— THE MYCOLOGY OF THE MOUTH: A TextBook of Oral Bacteria. By Kenneth W. Goadby, L.D.S. Eng., etc.; Bacteriologist and Lecturer on Bacteriology, National Dental Hospital, etc. With numerous Illustrations. 8vo.

BACTERIOLOGY— Continued.

KLOCKER. FERMENTATION ORGANISMS IN THE

THEORY AND PRACTICE OK THE ALCOHOLIC FERMENTATION
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Ki.scker. Translated by G. E. Allan, B'sc., and J. H. Millar, F.I.C
With 146 Illustrations in the text. 8vo.

BOTANY.
A1TKEN. — ELEMENTARY TEXT-BOOK OF BOTANY.

By Edith Aitken, late Scholar of Girton College. With 4oo Diagrams.
Crown 8vo., 4s. 6d.

BENNETT And MURRA Y—HANDBOOK OF CRYPTO

GAMIC BOTANY. By Alfred W. Bennett, M.A., B.Sc, F.L.S., Lecturer on Botany at St. Thomas's Hospital; and George Murray, F.L.S., Keeper of Botany, British Museum. With 378 Illustrations. 8vo., 1d5.

CROSS And RE VAN—Works by C. F. CROSS, E. J. BEVAN and C. BEADLE.

CELLULOSE: an Outline of the Chemistry of the Structural

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RESEARCHES ON CELLULOSE, 1895-19oo. Cr. 8vo.,6s. net.

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FARMER.—A PRACTICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE

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Illustrations. Crown 8vo, as. 6d.

KITCHENER.— A YEAR'S BOTANY. Adapted to Home and

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LINDLE Y And MOORE.—THE TREASURY OF BOTANY

Edited by J. Lindley, M.D., F.R.S., and T. Moore, F.L.S. With 2o Steel
Plates and numerous Woodcuts: Two parts. Fcp. 8vo., 1zt.

McNAB.—CLASS-BOOK OF BOTANY. By W. R. Mcnab

MORPHOLOGY AND PHYSI-1 CLASSIFICATION OF PLANTS. OLOGY. With 42 Diagrams. With 118 Diagrams. Fcp. 8vo.

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SORA UER.—A POPULAR TREATISE ON THE PHYSIO"*fY °f J^TS. By Dr. Paul Sorauer. Translated by F. E. Weiss, B.Sc., F.L.S. With 33 Illustrat1ons. 8vo., 9s. net.

BOTA N Y— Continued.

THOME And BENNETT.— STRUCTURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL BOTANY. By Otto Wilhelm ThoMg and by Alfred W. Bennett, B.Sc., F.L.S. With Coloured Map and 600 Woodcuts. Fcp.8vo.,6s.

T UB E UF.—DISEASES OF PLANTS INDUCED BY

CRYPTOGAMIC PARASITES. Introduction to the Study of Pathogenic
Fungi, Slime Fungi, Bacteria and Algae. By Dr. Karl FREIhERR Von
Tubeuf, Privatdocent in the University of Munich. English Edition by
William G. Smith, B.Sc., Ph.D., Lecturer on Plant Physiology, University
of Edinburgh. With 330 Illustrations. Royal 8vo., I8j. net.

WATTS.—A SCHOOL FLORA. For the use of Elementary

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AGRICULTURE AND GARDENING.

ADBYMAN—AGRICULTURAL ANALYSIS. A Manual of

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COLEMAN And ADDYMAN PRACTICAL AGRICUL-
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Frank T. Addyman, B.sc. (Lond.), F.I.C With 24 Illustrations. Crown
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HAGGARD.—-Works by H. RIDER HAGGARD.

A FARMER'S YEAR: being his Commonplace Book for 1898.

With 36 Illustrations by G. Leon Little and three others. Crown 8vo., js. 6d. net.

RURAL ENGLAND: being an Account of Agricultural and

Social Researches carried out in the years 1901 and 1902. With 23 Agricultural
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WEATHERS. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO GARDEN

PLANTS. Containing Descriptions of the Hardiest and most Beautiful
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Water and Bog Plants, Flowering and Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Conifers,
Hardy Ferns, Hardy Bamboos and other Ornamental Grasses; and also the
best kinds of Fruit and Vegetables that may be grown in the Open Air in the
British Islands, with Full and Practical Instructions as to Culture and Propa-
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Horticultural Society, formerly of the Royal Gardens, Kew, etc. With 163
Diagrams. 8vo., 21 s. net.

WEBB.— Works by HENRY J. WEBB, Ph.D., B.Sc. (Lond.).
ELEMENTARY AGRICULTURE. A Text-Book specially

adapted to the requirements of the Board of Education, the Junior Examination of the Royal Agricu■tural Society, and other Elementary Examinations. With 34 Illustrations. Crown 8vo., 2s. 6d.

AGRICULTURE. A Manual for Advanced Science Students.

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