Containing the Pronunciation, Etymology, and Signification of tho Terms made use of in Medicine and the Kindred S s a Appendix, comprising a Complete List of all the more important Articles of the Materia Medica, arranged according to their Medicinal Properties. Also, an Explanation of the Latin Terms and Phrases occurring in Anatomy, Pharmacy, etc. Together with some Necessary Directions for writing Latin Prescriptions, etc. By J. Thomas, M.D., Author of the System of Pronunciation in "Lippincott's Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World." Demi 8vo. Cloth, $3.50. Sheep, $3.75.

"Surgeon-General's Office,

Washington City, D. C.

February 10, 1865. "Sir:- in accordance with the recommendation of the Army Medical Board, recently convened at Philadelphia, the issue of the Medical Dictionary, of which you are the author, to medical officers in the field, will be authorized in tho Revised Supply Table soon to be published by this Department.

"By order of the Surgeon-General: " Very respectfully,

"Your obedient servant, "W.C.Spencer, "Asst. Surgeon U.S. Army. "Dr. J. Thomas,

"Philadelphia."

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