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1. A contribution to the hypodermic ergot treatment of uterine myomata: large interstitial myoma, complete disappearance after ergot hypodermically, speedy pregnancy, return of tumor, abortion, septicemia, death, remarks

6. Acts of the legislature of Louisiana establishing and regulating quarantine for the protection of the state: organizing and defining the powers of the Board of Health, and regulating the practice of medicine, midwifery, dentistry and pharmacy : also, rules and regulations of the Board of Health of the state of Louisiana, and health ordinances of the city of New Orleans : collected and classified in accordance with resolution of the Board of Health of the state of Louisiana, September 2, 1880

18. Analisis cualitativo del agua termal del baño de Atotonilco: del Distrito de Ixtlahuaca del Estado de México, y ligeras consideraciones sobre la causa de la termalidad de las aguas minerales en general : tésis presentada al jurado de calificación por Sebastian López en su examen profesional de farmacia

23. Annual address of Edward Fenner, vice-president: with remarks by Charles A. Whitney, president, Cyrus Bussey, chairman executive committee, and Albert Baldwin, chairman finance committee, at regular meeting of the New Orleans Auxiliary Sanitary Association, Nov. 23, 1880

25. Antiseption: chemical agency directed against the source of sewer-gas : illustrating why mechanical agency alone does not prevent the vitiation of house air by sewer-gas, and why the germicidal action of chloride of zinc has been resorted to as an auxiliary to the water-carriage system

31. Baker's cod liver oil

45. Bucklen's arnica salve

46. By-laws of the Middlesex North District Medical Society: adopted April 28, 1880, with a list of fellows and the code of ethics