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SCUDDER'S PRACTICAL TREATISE ON THE DISEASES OF WOMEN,

By John M. SCUDDER, NI. D., Professor of General, Special and Pathological Anatomy, in the “Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati.” Illustrated by Colored Plates, and numerous Wood Engravings.

With an Introduction by GEORGE W. BICKLEY, M. D., Professor of Physiology, Institutes of Medicine, and Medical Jurisprudence, in the "Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati," etc.' And a paper on the Diseases of the Breasts, by ROBERT S. NEWTON, M. D., Professor of Surgery in the “Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati," etc. 1 vol. 8vo. Sheep,

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KOST'S TREATISE ON THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE. Adapted to

the Reformed System, comprising a Materia Medica, with numerous Illustrations, by JOHN KOST, M. D., author of "Elements of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.” 1 vol. 8vo. Sheep. 625 pages,

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SYME'S Principles and Practice of Surgery. By JAMES SYME, Professor of

Clinical Surgery, University of Edinburgh, Surgeon to the Queen, etc. Edited, with Illustrations, by ROBERT S. NEWTON, M. D., Professor of Surgery in the “Eclectic Medical Institute of Cincinnati." 1 vol. 8vo., 908 pages. Sheep,

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RENOUARD'S (Dr P. V., of Paris) HISTORY OF MEDICINE. From its

Origin to the Nineteenth century, with an Appendix containing a Philosophical and Historical Review of Medicine to the present time. Translated from the French by CORNELIUS G. COMEGYS, M. D., Professor of the Institutes of Medicine, in the “Ohio Medical College." 1 vol. octavo, 719 pages. Sheep,

NB This work is without a rival in the language, and has been noticed in the highest terms of Praise by all the leading English Medical Journals, as well as by the American, and recommended by Drs. Jackson, Dunglison, and other Professors in Philadelphia and elsewhere.

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MUSIC BOOKS, Etc.

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JUST READY. HALLOWED SONGS. A collection of the most popular

Hymns and Tunes, both old and new, designed for Prayer and Social Meet-
ings, Revivals, Family Worship, and Sabbath Schools. By THEO. E. PER-

KINS, PHILIP PHILLIPS and SYLVESTER MAIN,
SPRING BLOSSOMS. A Collection of Music for Sunday Schools. With Ru-

diments. By PHILIP PHILLIPS. 1 vol. 128 pages. Paper, sewed,
Bound,

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ORIOLA; A New and Complete Hymn and Tune Book for Sabbath Schools.

By WILLIAM B. BRADBURY, Author of “The Shawm," "Jubilee,” “The
School Carol,” “Golden Chain,” “Golden Shower," etc. Thirtieth Edi-
tion, Enlarged. 272 pages,

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ORIO. All the Sunday School Hymns from “Oriola, a complete Hymn and

Tune Book for Sabbath Schools." By Wm. B. BRADBURY. 32mo., 277 pp.

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THE HARP. A collection of choice Sacred Music ; derived from the compo

sition of about one hundred eminent German, Swiss, Italian, French, English, and other European Musicians; also, original tunes by German, English and American authors. Many of them having been arranged or composed expressly for this work. By LOWELL MASON and T. B. MASON, 1 00

THE MISSOURIHARMONY; or,ia Collection of Psalms, Hymns, Tunes and An

thems, from Eminent Anthors, with an Introduction to the Grounds and Rudiments of Music, in four parts. By ELDEN D. CABDEN. New Edition, revised, enlarged, and corrected by CHARLES WARREN. Nowly Stereotyped in Patent Notes,

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THE SACRED MELODEON. Containing a great variety of approved Church

Music, selected chiefly from the old Standard Authors, with many original
compositions; on a New System of Notation, designed for the use of
Churches, Singing Societies, and Academies. One Hundredth Edition.
By A. S. Hayden,

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IN PRESS,
AFTER THE WAR; Down the Coast and Up the Mississippi. By [“ Agate”]

WHITELAW REID, Special Correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette. 1 hand-
some volume, 12m0., of about 500 pages. Illustrated. When the tour of
inspection to the cities of the Southern Coast was decided on by Chief Jus-
tice CHASE and several officials of the Treasury Department, the Judge
complimented his friend, the Congressional Librarian, with an invitation
to accompany him on the trip. Duly provided with a pass from President
Johnson, Mr. REID accompanied the party, on board the Government
Steamer Wayanda, and spent a month or more in the voyage to New Or-
leans, and in visiting with the distinguished gentlemen the coast cities of the
rebellious States. Occurring immediately after the Rebel armies had been
disbanded, he became possessed of many facts, and witnessed many inci-
dents replete with interest, which he has here given to the public in his own
agreeable manner. As “Agate," he is well known as one of the most
brilliant descriptive writers in the country.

THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN.

Now stereotyping and soon to be published by authority of the Secretary of

War and the Judge Advocate General, the only authorized edition of

THE TRIAL OF THE CONSPIRATORS,

David E. Herold, Edward Spangler, Lewis Payne, Michael O’Laughlin, Samuel Arnold, Mary E. Surratt, George A. Atzerodt, Samuel A. Mudd, before a Military Commission, at Washington, specially convened by President Johnson. President of the Commission, Major-General David Hun. ter; Judge Advocate, Brigadier-General Joseph Holt, Judge Advocate General; Special Judge Advocates, Hon. J. A. Bingham and Brevet Colonel H. L. Burnett ; Special Provost Marshal of the Commission, Major-Gen. eral Hartranft. Containing the Testimony, Documents introduced in Evidence, Discussion of Points of Law, Arguments of Counsel for the Accused, and the Reply of Special Judge Advocate, Hon. John A. Bingham; also, the Findings and Sentences of the Accused; with Portraits, on steel, engraved by Ritchie. Compiled and arranged by BENN PITMAN, Recorder to the Commission. 1 vol. royal octavo, double columns. This Trial developed, not only the Plot and the details of the Assassination of President Lincoln, but a series of crimes and plots to which the more unscrupulous traitors resorted when tho Rebellion gave token of failure by a contest of arms on the battle-field.

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