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189 Broadway, New York, January 1, 1879.
The next number of BRAITHWAITE'S RETROSPECT, Part 78, for January, will be ready for delivery about the 20th inst. Your order for the quantity you require is respectfully solicited. None are sent without orders.
The terms, as heretofore, will be as follows: Fifty copies or over, 95 cents; twenty-five or over, $1; all under, $1.05, Cash.
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The Index Medicus will record the titles of all new publications in Medicine, Surgery, and the collateral branches, received during the preceeding month. These will be classed under subject headings, and will be followed by the titles of valuable original articles upon the same subject, found during the like period, in medical journals and transactions of medical societies. The periodicals thus indexed will comprise all current medical journals and transactions of value, so far as they can be obtained. At the close of each yearly volume a double index of authors and subjects will be added, forming a complete bibliography of medicine for the preceding year.
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The Index Medicus will be published monthly, beginning with January, 1879, to range with the leading medical journals, which it supplements as a current guide to all.
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