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upon the different parts, and under different forms of administration. The author began her experiments for the investigation of the cutaneous eruptions produced by iodine and bromine, but soon found that to form an adequate conception of the etiology of these cases it would be necessary to regard the processes of iodism and bromism in their entity. Then she became convinced that the processes were only a strong accentuation of the symptoms, considered normal of medication, to which little regard had been attached. Thus her investigation gradually became so thorough and far-extending that she was brought to confine it for the present to iodine, leaving bromine to a subsequent research.

Stimulants: Uses, and how best conserved, by J. M. Emerson (Dick & Fitzgerald, 50 cents), considers the temperance question from a point of view not usually taken. The author regards alcohol as a natural product, having beneficent uses, and seeks to separate those uses from the abuses of strong liquors and intoxication. While condemning all strong liquors, he holds pure wines to be altogether good, and believes that, with the exception of special cases of uncontrollable inebreism, the use of them tends to limit itself and is entirely safe; and that in their use lies the most effectual method of breaking up the alcoholic habit.

The Invalid's Own Book, by the Honorable Lady Cust (Gottsberger, 60 cents), is a collection of brief recipes for preparing a wide variety of dishes and beverages. It includes various teas, waters, milks, gruels, jellies, puddings, soups, breads, sirups, and punches, together with a few kinds of fish and meat.


Abbott, Austin, New York. The Physiology of the Rogue. Pp. 15.

Ballard, H. H. Three Kingdoms. New York: Writers' Publishing Company. Pp. 167. 75 cents.

Brooks, Elbridge S. The Story of New York. Boston: D. Lothrop & Co. Pp. 311. $1.50.

Bruce, A. T. Embryology of Insects. Baltimore: Publication Agency of Johns Hopkins University. Pp. 31, with Six Plates.

California, Historical Society of Southern California, Los Angeles. 1887. Pp. 55.

Chisholm, Julian J., M. D., Baltimore. Anæsthetics. Pp. 150.

Clark, J. B., and Giddings, F. H. The Modern Distributive Process. Boston: Ginn & Co. Pp. 77. 75 cents.

Cook, G. H. Report of the State Geologist of New Jersey. 1887. Trenton. Pp. 45, with Maps.

Cossa, Dr. Luigi, and White, Horace. Taxation: G. P. Putnam's Sons. Pp. 213.

Doran, E. W. Report on the Economic Entomology of Tennessee. 1866. Pp. 96.

Dulles, C. W., M. D. Accidents and Emergencies. Philadelphia: Blakiston. Pp. 123. 75 cents.

Field, H. M., and Ingersoll, R. G. "Faith or Agnosticism?" North American Review. Pp. 83.

Forbes, S. A. Food of Fresh-Water Fishes. Peoria, 111.: W. Franks & Sons. Pp. 40.

Foster, M., and others. "Journal of Physiology" Vol. IX. No. 1. Cambridge, England: Scientific Instrument Company. Pp. 54, with Plates.

Fox, J. J., and Sweet, Dr. W. M. "Science of Photography," Monthly. Philadelphia: James W. Queen & Co. Pp. 24. 10 cents, $1 a year.

Frye, A. E. Geography-Teaching, with Hand Modeling. Hyde Park, Mass.: Bay State Publishing Company. Pp. 216.

Illinois, Report of the Proceedings of the State Board of Health, Chicago. April, 1888. Pp. 13.

Industrial Education Association. Circular of Information, etc. New York: W. A. Potter, Secretary. Pp. 32.

Ingram, J. K, and James, Prof. E. J. A History of Political Economy. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 250. $1 50.

Irelan, W., Jr. Report of the State Mineralogist of California. 1887. Sacramento: Pp. 315.

Jones, C. C. Negro Myths. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & to. Pp 171. $1.

Lewis, A, H., D. D., and Potter, C. D. "The Outlook, and Sabbath Quarterly." April, 1888. Alfred Centre, N. Y.: American Sabbath Tract Society. Pp. 20. 25 cents a year.

Long Island Historical Society. Proceedings in Memory of Hon. J. C. Brevoort, Mrs. U. B. Humphrey, Hon. John Greenwood, and A. S. Barnes. Brooklyn, N. Y. Pp. 16.

Massachusetts, Report of the Agricultural College. 1887. Pp. 145. Report of the State Agricultural Experiment Station. Boston: Wright and Potter Printing Company. Pp. 267.

Matthews, Dr. Washington. The Prayer of a Navajo Shaman. Washington: Judd and Detweiler. Pp. 26.

Miles, Manly, Lansing, Mich. "Nutritive Ratios." Pp. 8.

Mays, Thomas J., M. D., Philadelphia. The Physiological Action of Kreatin, Kreatinin, and their Allies. Pp. 8. Chest-Movements of the Indian Female. Pp. 11. Method for determining the Local Sensory Action of Drugs. Pp. 5. The Clinical Value of the Cardiograph. Pp. 9. The Differential Action of Brucine and Strychnine. Pp. 12.

Michigan, University of. Philosophical Papers. 1. University Education. By G. S. Morris. Pp. 40 2. Goethe and the (Conduct of Life. By Calvin Thomas. Pp. 28. 3. Contribution to the Science of Education Values. By W. H. Payne. Pp. '29. 4. Herbert Spencer as a Biologist. By Henry Sewell; and Some Relations between Philosophy and Literature, by B. C. Burt. Pp. 18. Second series: 1. The Ethics of Democracy. By John Dewey. Pp. 28. 2. Speculative Consequence of Evolution. By Alexander Winchell. Pp. 24. Ann Arbor: Andrews & Co.

New York State Reformatory, Elmira. Report for 1887. Pp. 94.

Nichols, E. L., and Franklin. W. S. The Electro-motive Force of Magnetization. Pp. 8.

Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station, Columbus; C. E. Thorne, Director. Pp. 14.

Oldberg, Oscar, and Long, J. H. A Laboratory Manual of Chemistry. Medical and Pharmaceutical. Chicago: W. T. Keener. Pp. 435. $3.50.

Peck, Charles H. Contributions to the Botany