Jahr's New Manual; originally published under the name of Symptomen-Codex. (Digest of Symptoms.) This work is intended to facilitale a comparison of the parallel symptoms of the various homoeopathic agents, thereby enabling the practitioner to discover the characteristic symptoms of each drug, and to determine with ease and correctness what remedy is most homoeopathic to the existing group of symptoms. Translated, with important and extensive additions from various sources, by Charles Julius Hempel, M. D., assisted by James M. Quin, M.D., with revisions and clinical notes by John F. Gray, M. Dr; contributions by Drs. A. Gerald Hull, and George W. Cook, of New-York; and Drs. C. Hering, J. Jeanes, C. Neidhard, W. Williamson, and J. Kitchen of Philadelphia; with a preface by Constantine Hering, M. D.

This new Manual is distinguished from the old by many important and essential advantages. It is much more complete than the former editions of Jahr, embracing nearly three times the amount of matter contained in the old Jahr, and furnishing, moreover, the pathogenetic symptoms of several entirely new remedies, by distinguished provers. The expression of the symptoms, as recorded in the Materia Medica Pura, and in the isolated prov-ings of recent observers, has been retained, and only unnecessary repetitions have been avoided. After a very judicious and instructive preface, the whole system is here displayed with a modesty of pretension, and a scrupu-locity in statement, well calculated to bespeak candid investigation. The second volume embraces a classification of medicines with reference to their use in practice; explanation of terms, which, in German, have a more or less technical meaning, and for which the English language has no strictly corresponding expression. On Doses. A complete table of the Homoeopathic Medicines, with their names in Latin, English, and German; their syno-nymes, antidotes, compare with, duration of effect, and the dose. This very laborious work is indispensable to the students and practitioners of Homoeopathy, and highly interesting to medical scientific men of all classes. Two volumes bound. Price $11 00.

Laurie, DR. J. Homoeopathic Domestic Medicine, with the Treatment and Diseases of Females, Infants, Children, and Adults. Fourth American edition, much enlarged, with additions by A. Gerald Hull, M. D. 1848. Bound, $1 50.

G. L. Rau's Organon of the Specific Healing Art of Homoeopathy. Translated by C. J. Hempel, M. D. 1848. $1 25. .

Hahnemann, Dr. S. Materia Medica Pura. Translated and edited by Charles Julius Hempel, M.D. 4 vols. 1846. $6.

E. Stapf's Additions to the Materia Medica Pura. Translated by C. J. Hempel, M. D. $1 50.

Hahnemann, Dr. S. The Chronic Diseases, their Specific Nature and Homoeopathic Treatment. Translated and edited by Charles J. Hempel, M. D., with a Preface, by Constantine Hering, M. D., Philadelphia. 8vo. 5 vols. Bound. 1845. $7.

Transactions of the American Institute of Homoeopathy. 1846. Bound. $1 50.

C. Herring's Domestic Physician. Fourth American edition, revised with additions from the author's manuscript of the sixth German edition. The part relating to the diseases of Females and Children, by Walter Williamson. M. D. 1848. $2.

Homoeopathic Cookery. Second edition, with additions, by the Lady of an American Homoeopathic Physician. Designed chiefly for the use of such persons as are under homoeopathic treatment. 50 cts.

Rueckert's Therapeutics; or, Successful Homoeopathic Cures, collected from the best Homoeopathic Periodicals, translated and edited by C. J. Hempel. 1 large 8vo. vol., bound. 1846. $3 50.

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Jahr, G. H. G., M. D. Short Elementary Treatise upon Homoeopathia and the Manner of its Practice; with some of the most important effects of ten of the principal Homoeopathic remedies, for the use of all honest men who desire to convince themselves by experiment, of the truth of the doctrine. Second French edition, corrected and enlarged. Translated by Edward Bayard, M. D. Bound. 37 1/2 cts.

Bcenninghausen's Essay on the Homoeopathic Treatment of Intermittent Fevers. Translated and edited by Charles Julius Hempel, M. D. 1845. 38 cts.

A Treatise On The Use Of Arnica, in cases of Contusions, Wounds, Strains, Sprains, Lacerations of the Solids, Concussions, Paralysis, Rheumatism, Soreness of the Nipples, etc. etc., with a number of cases illustrative of the use of that drug. By Charles Julius Hempel, M. D. 1845. 18 1/4 cents.

Ruoff's Repertory Of Homoeopathic Medicine, nosolo-gically arranged. Translated from the German, by A. H. Okie, M. D., translator of Hartmann's Remedies. Second American edition, with additions and improvements, by G. Humphrey, M. D., etc. 1844. Bound.

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The Homoeopathic Examiner; by A. Gerald Hull, M. D. The second and third volume $10. Also volume IV. and Y., or under the title-The Homoeopathic Examiner, vol. I. and II , new series, by Drs. Gray and Hempel, 1845 -1847, bound in two volumes, $6 00.

This is a very valuable collection of Essays on the treatment of all the more important diseases, such as croup, inflammations, typhus, measles, scarlatina, etc, etc. The work contains, likewise, many valuable provings, a number of interesting cases from practice, critical discussions, and original articles, and is altogether an indispensable aid to the physicians.

The British Journal Of Homoeopathy. Edited by J. J. Drysdale, M. D.; J. R. Russell, M. D.; and R. J. Dudgeon, M. D. The two quarterly numbers of 1348 are on hand, at 75 cents each number. Several volumes of 1846 and 1847 are complete, on hand, at $3 each volume, of four quarterly numbers, with Title and Index.

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