Pritchard. Handbook of Diseases of the Ear.

By Urban Pritchard, m.d., f.r.c.s., Professor of Aural Surgery, King's College, London; Aural Surgeon to King's College Hospital; Senior Surgeon to the Royal Ear Hospital, etc. Third Edition. Many Illustrations and Formulae. 12mo.

Cloth, $1.50

Proctor's Practical Pharmacy.

Lectures on Practical Pharmacy. By Barnard S. Proctor. Third Edition, Revised. With Elaborate Tables of Chemical Solubilities, etc. Illustrated. Cloth, $3.00

Reese's Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology.

A Text-Book for Medical and Legal Practitioners and Students. By John J. Reese, m.d., Editor of"Taylor's Jurisprudence," formerly Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medical Jurisprudence, including Toxicology, in the University of Pennsylvania Medical Department. Fifth Edition, Revised and Edited by Henry Leffmann, m.d., Pathological Chemist, Jefferson Medical College Hospital; Chemist, State Board of Health; Professor of Chemistry, Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania, etc. 12mo. 645 pages. Cloth, $3.00; Leather, $3.50

"To the student of medical jurisprudence and toxicology it is invaluable, as it is concise, clear, and thorough in every respect." - The American Journal of the Medical Sciences.

Reeves. Medical Microscopy.

Including Chapters on Bacteriology, Neoplasms, Urinary Examination, etc. By James E. Reeves, m.d., ex-President American Public Health Association, etc. Numerous Illustrations, some of which are printed in Colors. 12mo. Cloth, $2.50

Regis. Mental Medicine.

A Practical Manual. By Dr. E. Regis, formerly Chief of Clinique of Mental Diseases, Faculty of Medicine of Paris; Physician of the Maison de Sante de Castel d'Andorte. With a Preface by M. Benjamin Ball, Clinical Professor of Mental Diseases, Faculty of Medicine, Paris. Authorized Translation by H. M. Bannister, m.d., late Senior Assistant Physician, Illinois Eastern Hospital for the Insane, etc. With an Introduction by the Author. 12mo. Cloth, $2.00

Richardson. Long Life and How to Reach It. By J. G. Richardson, formerly Professor of Hygiene, University of Pennsylvania. Cloth, .40

Richardson's Mechanical Dentistry.

A Practical Treatise on Mechanical Dentistry. By Joseph Richardson, d.d.s. Seventh Edition, Thoroughly Revised and in many parts Rewritten by Geo. W. Warren, a.m., d.d.s., Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Oral Surgery; Chief of the Clinical Staff, Pennsylvania College of Dental Surgery, Philadelphia. With 691 Illustrations, many of which are from Original Wood Engravings. Octavo. 675 pages. Cloth, $5.00; Leather, $6.00; Half Russia, $7.00

Richter's Inorganic Chemistry.

A Text-Book for Students. By Prof. Victor von Richter, University of Breslau. Fifth American from Tenth German Edition by Prof. H. Klinger, University of Konigsberg. Authorized Translation by Edgar F. Smith, m.a., ph.d., Sc.d., Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania; Member of the Chemical Society of Berlin, etc. With many Illustrations and a Colored Plate. 12mo. Just Ready.

Cloth, $1.75

Organic Chemistry.

The Chemistry of the Carbon Compounds. Third American Edition, Translated from Prof. Anschutz's Eighth German Edition by Edgar F. Smith, m.a., ph.d., Sc.d., Professor of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania. Revised and Enlarged. Illustrated. 12mo. Two volumes.

Vol. I. Aliphatic Series. 625 pages. Cloth, $3.00

Vol. II. Carbocyclic and Heterocyclic Series. 671 pages. Cloth, $3.00

Robinson. Latin Grammar of Pharmacy and Medicine.

By D. H. Robinson, ph.d., Professor of Latin Language and Literature, University of Kansas. Introduction by L. E. Sayre, ph.g., Professor of Pharmacy and Dean of the Department of Pharmacy in University of Kansas. Third Edition, Revised with the help of Prof. L. E. Sayre, of University of Kansas, and Dr. Charles Rice, of the College of Pharmacy of the City of New York. 12mo.

Cloth, $1.75

"This method of preparing medical students and pharmacists for a practical use of the language is in every way to be commended. . . . Pharmacists should know enough to read prescriptions readily and understandingly." - Johns Hopkins Hospital Bulletin.

"It is practical; its arrangement shows the careful and thoughtful genius of its author, who seems to have comprehended just the need of the student, and put it in such genial form as to lead the pupil rapidly to an understanding of what he had feared would be uninteresting and tedious." - Pharmaceutical Record.

St. Clair. Medical Latin.

Designed Expressly for the Elementary Training of Medical Students. By W. T. St. Clair, Instructor in Latin in the Kentucky School of Medicine and in the Louisville Male High School. 12mo. Cloth, $1.00

Sayre. Organic Materia Medica and Pharmacognosy.

An Introduction to the Study of the Vegetable Kingdom and the Vegetable and Animal Drugs. Comprising the Botanical and Physical Characteristics, Source, Constituents, Pharmacopceial Preparations; Insects Injurious to Drugs, and Phar-macal Botany. By L. E. Sayre, b.s., ph.m., Dean of the School of Pharmacy and Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the University of Kansas; Member Committee of Revision of the United States Pharmacopoeia, etc. With Sections on Histology and Microtechnique by William C. Stevens, Professor of Botany in the University of Kansas. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. With 374 Illustrations, the majority of which are from Original Drawings. 8vo. Cloth, $4.50

Schamberg. Compend of Diseases of the Skin.

By Jay F. Schamberg, Professor of Diseases of the Skin, Philadelphia Polyclinic; Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia; Quiz-Master at University of Pennsylvania. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. 105 Illustrations.? Quiz-Comfiend? Series, No. 16. Cloth, .80; Interleaved, $1.00

Schreiner. Diet List.

Arranged in the Form of a Chart on which Articles of Diet can be Indicated for any Disease. By E. R. Schreiner, m.d., Assistant Demonstrator of Physiology, University of Pennsylvania. Put up in Pads of 50 with Pamphlet of Specimen Dietaries.