Most of the papers in this volume have appeared in print, either in full or in abstract, elsewhere. They are therefore already familiar to many. Their chief characteristic is their excellence. In the limits of this brief notice we can merely enumerate the papers that are collected in this volume, and call especial attention to one or two, not because so much better than the others, but because they have attracted our own attention more particularly.
The first article is a " Report of the Committee on Meteorology and Epidemics for the Year 1880," by R. A. Cleeman. Then follows "A Case of Fungosities of the Bladder, Cured by Scraping with the Finger, With Some References to the Literature of the Subject," by W. F. Atlee. " Two Cases of Congenital Irideremia, with Lamellar Cataract in One and Dislocated Cataractous Lenses in the Other, by Geo. C. Harlan. " Report of a Case