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At the request of Dr. H. Von Ziemssen, Professor of Clinical Medicine at Erlangen, a number of the most eminent clinical instructors of Germany have undertaken to prepare, in a series of independent treatises, a complete.

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Cyclopædia of the Practice of Medicine.

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The incentive to this labor is the great need which has been felt the past year or two of a work which fully corresponded to the present standpoint of clinical medicine. This Cyclopædia will embrace the entire range of Special Pathology and Therapeutics, and will be completed in fifteen volumes, large octavo, of from 500 to 700 pages each. The list of contents of each volume, in Prospectus, gives the names of the Authors, and the special departments which they have undertaken. While the work of each writer will bear the stamp of individuality, there will be an effort made to give to each subject the prominence and space due to it only—that the harmony of the entire work may be preserved. It is designed that the Cyclopædia shall be, par excellence, a Practical Handbook for Physicians, and for this reason especial attention has been given to clear and systematic arrangement.

For the value of the whole work, as well as the separate departments, the names of the writers are a sufficient guarantee. Each volume will have a full and carefully prepared Index,

Messrs. Wm. Wood & Co. have the honor to announce that by special arrangement with the German Publisher and Author, they will publish, by SUBSCRIPTION, a copyrighted translation of this work. The translating will be done by professional gentlemen, many of them former students of the writers of the different treatises, under the supervision of a responsible chief. Great care will be taken with the mechanical execution of the volume. The type will be large and clear, the paper fine, and the engravings electrotypes of the originals. It is proposed to publish three to four volumes a year, at, as nearly as possible, regular intervals, in order to distribute the cost of subscription equally over about four years.

CONTENTS OF THE VOLUMES.
FIRST VOLUME.

EIGHTH VOLUME.
ACUTE INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

DISEASES OF THE CHYLOPETIC SYS.

TEM- Part II.
SECOND VOLUME.

NINTH VOLUME.
CHRONIC INFECTIOUS DISEASES.

DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
THIRD VOLUME.

TENTH VOLUME.
PUBLIC HYGIENE.

DISEASES OF THE FEMALE SEXUAL OR-
DISEASES OF SPECIAL TRADES OR PRO. GANS.
FESSIONS.

ELEVENTH VOLUME.

DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM-
FOURTH VOLUME.

PART I.
DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY OR.
GANS-Part I.

TWELFTH VOLUME.

DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
FIFTK VOLUME.

Part II.
DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY OR.

THIRTEENTH VOLUME.
GANS-PART II.

DISEASES OF THE LOCOMOTIVE AP-
SIXTH VOLUME.

PARATUS.
DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY ORGANS.

FOURTEENTH VOLUME.'

DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
SEVENTH VOLUME.
DISEASES OF THE CHYLOPCETIC SYS.

FIFTEENTH VOLUME.
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TOXICOLOGY.

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