These transactions are fully up to the standard of former volumes, and contain papers by such well-known members of the profession, as Loomis, Delafield, Vander Veer, Wylie, Roosa, Barker, Jacobi, Weir, Pifford, Stover, Gibney, Bryant and others. Memoris and obituary notices are published of the following deceased members, viz.: Jno. P. Gray, Ferris Jacobs, B. A. Mynderse, J. R. Boulware, Edwin Hutchinson, W. F. Teevan, W. M. Chamberlain, Wesley M. Carpenter, and Thos. F. Rochester.
This work is handsomely printed and the names of the authors are a sufficient guarantee of excellent material.
2. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, vol. iii. 8vo, cl. pp. 400. This is a handsome little work, and it is a great pity that so many good papers are buried in a volume of transactions to be read chiefly by the select who belong to the Association.
The volume comprises the Minutes of the