James B. Francis
A. McL. Hawks
Izabela Elżbieta (1746-1835) Czartoryska
Frank H. Bigelow
S. A. Forbes, George Espy Morrow, Thomas Forsyth Hunt, Thomas Jonathan Burrill, George Washington McCluer
Le Depart des bleus : chanson creee par Mademoiselle Paula Brebion a la Scala ; [illustration signee] Donjean ; paroles Jost ; musique Henri Chatau ; E. Meuriot editeur, 25 Boulevard de Strasbourg [interieur : aucune mention artiste ; adresse editeur...
John Ward Cousins
In February, 1883, I presented a paper to the Washington Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society on the etiology and prophylactic treatment of puerperal eclampsia, and I desire, with your permission, to quote the conclusions arrived at by a study of the...
Sketches from Palermo, 1891; Pencil, 10 1/4 x 6 3/4" (sight); S. & d. at lower right, C.R.M. / April, 1891, and Inscr. at left, Sketches from Palermo; Part of the Dr. Thomas Howarth collection, sold at Christies, Feb. 17, 1994. "Thomas Howarth, professor,...
William D. Granger
Fenwick Ws, Welsford Ag
Sur l'unité calorimétrique
J. H. Round
Rediscovery of the periodic comet 1884 III
Pelissier Leon-Gabriel. Cais di Pierlas. Statuts et privileges accordes au comte de Vintimille et Val de Lantosque par les comtes de Provence. Genova, tipografia Sordo-Muti, 1890. In: Annales du Midi : revue archeologique, historique et philologique de...
Francis H. Walmsley
W. H. M. Christie
To the Editor: —You may record my vote in favor of Chicago as the home of The Journal.Newbern, Tenn., March 9, 1891.
To the Editor: In the absence of any sufficient reason for changing the publication office of The Journal of the American Medical Association from Chicago to Washington, I wish to record my vote in favor of its present location.Canaan, O., Feb. 7, 1891.
Arthur C. McGiffert
Trusting the following report may be of interest, I send it to The Journal, in the hope that if there is a similar case on record, or having occurred in the practice of any physician, it may come to light. So far, I have not been able to find one in medical...
: Races and Peoples: Lectures on the Science of Ethnography . Daniel G. Brinton.
In discussing the subject of extra-uterine pregnancy, it is advisable to begin by directing our attention to the locations at which fecundation takes place. There are three sites at which it is supposed to occur, viz.: the Fallopian tubes, the ovaries,...
To the Editor: —Without going into the history of the subject or discussing the various classifications of uterine and vaginal malformations, I desire to report the following case:The patient is 46 years old, married for many years, about 5 feet 10...
Transcript of SEMAINE THEÂTRALE by Arthur Pougin, appearing in LE MENESTREL, 1 novembre 1891, pp. 346-348.
Edward P. Cheyney
J. Jackson Clarke
P. H. Colomb
Alcohol and Longevity
Henry Mitchell MacCracken
Edward J. Forster
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On some details in the construction of modern Lancashire boilers
In presenting this subject, I feel that I am going over ground well elaborated before me, yet even in the face of this, it is somewhat surprising to find the lack of systematic idea entertained by physicians upon the subject of milk or its sterilization....
The treatment of a limited number of affections of the eye and its appendages by massage is, as is well known, not new, and to Donders belongs the honor of having first proposed it, at the Ophthalmological Congress in London in 1872.Massage has been practiced...
The frequent recurrence in current secular literature, and in halls of legislation, of the agitation against the use of Latin in prescribing and designating medicinal substances has developed a need for a strong expression of the well known advantages...
J. Foster Crowell
Franklin L. Pope
The following paper is a report of the eleven laparotomies which I have done up to this time. They have all occurred during the past two years. The number is too small to be of much value from a statistical standpoint, but the difficulties met with in...
E. Koch, E. Delmar Morgan
To the Editor :—I have been a member of the American Medical Association for a number of years, and have taken The Journal ever since its first publication, and live 900 miles from Chicago, and always receive it on the day of its issue, and find it...
Rediscovery and observations of comet 1884 III Wolf (1891
Edward S. Holden
J. M. Purser
P. Rhys Griffiths
Sunday morning, March I, at 3:20 a.m., I was called to the residence of Dr, Harrington, on Franklin St., and there found a young lady who had taken a large dose of morphine. At 3 A.m., Mr. Harrington, Sr., had noticed stertorous breathing. He arose, looked...
I am extremely doubtful whether I have selected a proper title for the paper which I have the honor of presenting to this section.The placing of cotton or materials of similar nature in the vagina is termed tamponade, where a small amount is placed in...
W. M. Flinders Petrie
Hugh E.M. Stutfield
Nicholaus Lobatschewsky, George Bruce Halsted
James E. Pilcher
Alfred (1853-1902). Illustrateur Choubrac, L. (18..-19..). Illustrateur Weyl
W. H McNamara
Patent that improves on existing design of cotton-picking spindles by using an elastic material instead of bristles. Includes instructions and illustrations.
To the Editor: I prefer to see The Journal continue its publication in Chicago. Besides the superior facilities of communication with all parts of the country, the ambition to excel all competing cities in laudable enterprises that give prosperity to...