In this work Dr. Aulde shows the clinical uses of twenty-four different remedies. These remedies are all prepared in pill or tablet form, and constitute a suitable outfit for a small pocket case.
Under each drug appears alphabetically a list of the conditions in which it may be prescribed, and with each topic, short but accurate directions for the particular use of the drug. The author is an advocate of small doses frequently repeated. By a careful study of this small book, and by providing himself with the necessary outfit, there is no doubt but that the practitioner would be benefited.
TheMedical Press and Circular.
—This venerable English journal of date of March 30, has just arrived, printed throughout in new type, so clean-cut and well-set that it is a pleasure to take up the articles in every department, and read them. Even the advertisements, for the most part,