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Address of the Biological Section of the British Association, by Prof. Alan Thomson, The Process of Inflation, by Sanderson. 1871.

Remarks of the cultivation & extraction of China-grass or Rheena Fire, by George King. n.d.

Mean temerature in its relation to disease & mortality, by John Wiliam Moore. n.d.

The normal products of Hepatic action, by Dr. John G. MacVicar. 1871.

The nature of the Intestinal Lesion of Enteric Fever, by T. J. Maclagan. 1871.

Obstructive suppression of Urine, by William Roberts. n.d.

A case of the disease of the Lymphatics of the Abdominal Integuments, by William Roberts. n.d.

Effects of the drought of 1870, by J. B. Lawes & J. H. Gilbert. 1871.

Chinin und Alkohol, by C. Binz. 1870.

Epidemiological conclusions & suggestions, by Gavin Milroy. n.d.

Chlolera, by John Murray. n.d.

Interim report by the Works committee of the Edinburgh & District water Trustees. 1870.



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