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MACMILLAN AND CO., LONDON AND NEW YORK,
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UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW.
ANDERSON-LECTURES ON MEDICAL NURSING, delivered
in the Royal Infirmary, Glasgow. By J. WALLACE ANDERSON, M.D., Physician to the Royal Infirmary, Glasgow.
Fourth and Cheap Edition. Fcap. 8vo. "An admirable guide. In many respects the best manual we at present possess on the subject."--Lancet.
“ The very important subjects these lectures discuss are severally treated with clearness, precision and sound judgment."-- Spectator.
“ Dr. Anderson's admirable little book contains just such information as every nurse should possess, and this is seasoned with much wise advice and many good maxims."-Birmingham Medical Review.
"A valuable text book. Throughout his instructions Dr. Anderson is always practical and clear."--Health.
ANDERSON-THE ESSENTIALS OF PHYSICAL DIAGNOSIS: A
Guide-Book for Students. By J. WALLACE ANDERSON,
"The work is accurate and well arranged, and ought to be popular with students." —British Medical Journal.
ANDERSON-ON AFFECTIONS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM,
their Diagnosis and Treatment. By T. M'CALL ANDERSON, M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine in the University of Glasgow, and Physician to the Western Infirmary, Glasgow. Demy 8vo. 55.
ARGYLL, The Duke of—WHAT THE TURKS ARE, AND HOW
WE HAVE BEEN HELPING THEM. By His GRACE THE
BANNATYNE-GUIDE TO THE EXAMINATIONS FOR PRO
MOTION IN THE INFANTRY. PART II. Containing
BARR-MANUAL OF DISEASES OF THE EAR, for the Use of
Practitioners and Students of Medicine. By THOMAS BARR, M.D., Lecturer on Aural Surgery, Anderson's College, Glasgow. Crown 8vo, Illustrated.
Ios. 6d. “The best manual on the subject that has been produced for many years."- Medical Chronicle,
“The book deserves to have a large circulation.”-Archives of Otology. “An excellent Manual.”-Liverpool Medico-Chirurgical Journal.
Replete with sound practical information."—British Niedical Journal, “ Is as valuable and condensed a suminary of Otological work as exists in the English language.”-Glasgow Medicul Fournal.
“For its size, we know of no work to surpass it in the information it contains, its clearness of style and the comprehensive grasp taken of the subject."-Dublin Journal of Medical Science,
BATHGATE-PROGRESSIVE RELIGION. Sermons by the late
Rev. WILLIAM BATHGATE, D.D., Kilmarnock. Crown 8vo. 6s.
BEGG-THE DEVELOPMENT OF TASTE AND OTHER STUDIES
IN AESTHETICS. By W. PROUDFOOT BEGG. 8vo. 125. 6d.
BELL-AMONG THE ROCKS AROUND GLASGOW. A Series of
Excursion Sketches and other papers. With a Coloured
BIRRELL-Two QUEENS : a Dramatic Poem. By C. J.
BALLINGALL BIRRELL. Crown 8vo. **This drama is founded on the story of Lady Jane Grey and Mary Tudor. The language throughout is flowing and imaginative, and the delineation of character is, in some places, masterly.”--Dundee Advertiser.
BLACK-THE LAW AGENTS' ACT, 1873 : its Operations and
Results as affecting Legal Education in Scotland. By WILLIAM GEORGE BLACK. Crown 8vo.
BLACKBURN-Caw, Caw; or, the Chronicle of the Crows;
a Tale of the Spring Time. Illustrated by J. B. (MRS. Hugh BLACKBURN). 4to.
BLACKBURN-THE PIPITS. By the Author of Caw,
Caw,” with Sixteen page Illustrations by J. B. (MRS. HUGH BLACKBURN). 4to. 35.
BROWN, J. Baldwin-STOICS AND SAINTS: Lectures on the later
Heathen Moralists and on some Aspects of the Life of the
BROWN-JAMES BROWN, D.D., St. James' Church, Paisley.
SERMONS; with a BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH by his Son.
James' Church. Crown 8vo. 55. “This memorial volume is a piece of sound literary work, and is not to be confounded with the common class of sermon books."--Liverpool Mer.
"They are essentially sermons, full of clear, straightforward, homely speaking and of weighty counsel drawn from a rich experience of life.”— Glasgow Herald.
BROWN—THE LIFE OF A SCOTTISH PROBATIONER. Being
the Memoir of THOMAS DAVIDSON, with his POEMS and LETTERS. By the late JAMES BROWN, D.D., St. James' Church, Paisley. Third and Cheaper Edition. Crown
"A worthy record of a man of rare genius--dead ere his prime. His poems are as beautiful as flowers or birds.”-Dr. John Brown, Author of “ Rab and his Friends."
fresh and interesting little book."-Saturday Review. “This life of an unknown Scotch probationer is equal in interest to any. thing of the kind we have seen since Carlyle's “Life of Sterling' was written."--Blackwood's Magazine.
“ It is an unspeakable pleasure to a reviewer weary of wading through piles of commonplace to come unexpectedly on a prize such as this.”– Non. conformist.
"A charming little biography."-Spectator.
BROWN-LIFE OF William B. ROBERTSON, D.D., of Irvine,
with Extracts from his Letters and Poems. By the late JAMES BROWN, D.D. Fourth and Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo,
with two Portraits. 55. “We advise our readers to go to the book itself; they will be very morose indeed if they do not laugh iong and heartily many times, and very learned indeed if they do not pick up something from his descriptions of many out-of-the-way bits of history and art.”-Glasgow Herald.
“This memoir is one to have, to study, and to go to frequently." Cambridge Express,