This little volume of less than four hundred octavo pages is dignified by the author with the title prefix of "A Treatise," which its size makes us resent, but if we measure the value of its contents by the character of its subject-matter, we are quite ready to say the title is well deserved.
The author further tells us the book is written particularly for general practitioners. In this he has hit the mark. Nasal affections are among the most common of maladies. Many are easily treated by the general practitioner, for the success of which he needs just such a guide as we find in Dr. MacDonald's book, which sells for the modest sum of $2.50. The illustrations are numerous and excellent.