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Shuldham (Dr. E. B.)—DEFECTS OF SPEECH, or, the Treatment of Stammering. With remarks on the late Canon KINGSLEY'S Method of Cure. Crown 8vo. Cloth, 28.

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MANUAL.

HOMOEOPATHIC LEAGUE TRACTS.

THE HOMEOPATHIC PUBLISHING COMPANY having purchased the entire Stock of these Tracts, they are now prepared to offer them in quantities upon special advantageous terms. The Series comprise the following fifty-four publications. which have been reduced to a uniform price of One Penny each.

1. Why should the Friends of Homœopathy form a League? 2. What is Homœopathy? 3. Origin of Homœopathy. 4. Hahnemann's Achievements in Medicine and the Allied Sciences. 5. Statistics of Homeopathy. 6. Persecutions of Homœopathy. 7. Testimony of Opponents in Favour of Homœopathy. 8. Influence of Homeopathy on Ordinary Practice. 9. Allopathy judged by its Professors. 10. Eminent Physicians who have embraced Homœopathy. 11. Official Trials of Homœopathy. 12. Dangers of Modern Medicine. 13. From Empiricism to Homœopathy. 14. The Royal College of Physicians and Homoeopathy. 15. Explanation of Dr. Lauder Brunton. 16. How they were Converted. 17. How to Study Homœopathy. 18. Allopathic Misconceptions of Homoeopathy. 19. Gains in Medical Liberty in 50 years. 20. "The Times" on Homoeopathy. 21. British Homoeopathic Hospitals. 22. The Small Doses of Homœopathy. 23. Homœopathy in the Old School. 24. Economy of Homœopathy. 25. Progress of Homœopathy. 26. Allopathic and Homoeopathic Treatment Contrasted. 27. The Common Sense of Homœopathy. 28. What Homœopathy has Saved us from. 29. The Reign of Law in Medicine. 30. How the Powers of Drugs were Determined. 31. The Power of the Infinitesimal. 32. The Revolution in Medicine. 33. Anecdotal Homoeopathy. 34. The Peculiar Features of the Homœopathic Materia Medica. 35. The Two Ways in Medicine. 36. Homoopathy and Blood-letting. 37. Twenty Years of Homœopathy. 38. The Superiority of Homœopathy in Chronic Diseases. 39. The Two 'Pathies-a Dialogue. 40. The Treatment of Pneumonia, Allopathic and Homœopathic. 41. Homoeopathy the Rational System. 42. The Cholera. 43. Homœopathy in Veterinary Practice. 44. Epochs in Medicine. 45. Two Decades in Medicine. 46. Hahnemann on Cholera. 47. Allopathic Approaches to Homoeopathy. 48. The Evolution of Homœopathy. 49. Hahnemann's Spirit of Homœopathy. 50. Homœopathy in India. 51. Homoeopathy in America. 52. The Propaganda of Homoeopathy. 53. History of the London Homœopathic Hospital. 54. Summary of the League's Work.

18 of each Tracts bound in Yolumes, paper, 1/6; or cloth, 2/6.
Three Volumes of either complete the Series.

Crown 8vo., strongly bound in half calf, pp. 840, price 158.

THE VETERINARY VADE MECUM.

A Manual on the Horse, Cow, Dog, and Sheep, their Diseases, Homœopathic
Treatment, and General Management.

EDITED BY R. P. G. LORD, M.R.C.V.S.L., ALSO BY J. RUSH AND
W. RUSH, VETERINARY SURGEONS.

Third Edition-Fifteenth Thousand. 12mo. Cloth. Price 2s. 6d.

THE POCKET MANUAL of HOMEOPATHIC VETERINARY MEDICINE:

Containing the Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment of the Diseases of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, and Dogs; with the General Management of Animals in Health and Disease. COMPILED BY E. H. RUDDOCK, M.D., M.R.C.S.

Published Monthly, price 6d. (by post, 7d.), or prepaid, 68. per annum, post free, and in Yearly Volumes, cloth board, demy 8vo,, pp. 568, price 7s. 6d.

THE HOMEOPATHIC WORLD

A Journal for the Exposition of the Law of Similars and Elucidation
of its Operation.

INCLUDING MEDICAL NEWS AND LITERATURE, CASES FROM PRACTICE,
SOCIAL AND SANITARY SCIENCE, AND CORRESPONDENCE.

Edited by JOHN H. CLARKE, M.D., F.R.G.S.

Each Volume furnishing profitable reading, and will be found very useful for reference.

LONDON: HOMOEOPATHIC PUBLISHING COMPANY, 12, WARWICK LANE, E.C.

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