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Few of our Society Transactions can equal these volumes in their printing, binding, illustrations and general execution. They are filled with valuable material from the most prominent medical men of Great Britain, and the coloring of the illustrations is ahead of anything we have yetattempted. To be sure, the membership comprises over 600 names. The articles are comparatively short, but embrace a wide range of subjects. The cases detailed in Vol. LXV have for the most part already appeared in the current medical literature, but are here given more in extenso, with pertinent discussion. We find here Jonathan Hutchinson's two cases, with an illustration, of vaccinia gangrenosa and vancilla gangrenosa; John H. Morgan's two cases of congenital macrostoma, with an illustration; H. Langley Browne's successful case of simultaneous ligature of the carotid and subclavian arteries for innominate aneurism; Spencer Wells' complete excision of the gravid uterus at the sixth month,