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LIFE AND LETTERS OF JAMES HINTON. Edited by ELLICE HOPKINS. With an Introduction by Sir W. W. GULL, and a Portrait engraved by JEENS. Crown 8vo. Cloth, price 8s. 6d.
BY THE LATE JAMES HINTON.
The Place of the Physician.
To which is added,
ESSAYS ON THE LAW OF HUMAN LIFE, AND ON THE RELA-
An Atlas of Diseases of the Membrane Tympani.
The Questions of Aural Surgery. With Illustrations. Two vols. post 8vo. Cloth, price 12s. 6d.
Physiology for Practical Use. By various Writers. Edited by JAMES HINTON. With 50 Illustrations. Two Vols. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. Cloth, price 12s. 6d.
Man and His Dwelling Place. Third Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s.
Life in Nature. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s. Thoughts on Health and Some of its Conditions. Post 8vo. Cloth, 6s.
BY ELLICE HOPKINS,
Editor of the "Life and Letters of James Hinton." Rose Turquand: A Novel. Second and Cheaper
Edition. Crown 8vo. Cloth, 6s.
"If 'Rose Turquand' is a maiden novel, as we may suppose, it does its author very great credit. It shows real power, and no little originality. . . . Rose is certainly brought out as a noble character; none the less so that there can be no mistaking that she is made of flesh and blood like ourselves."-Times.
Work in Brighton; or, Woman's Mission to Women. Ninth Thousand. 16mo. Sewed, 6d.
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