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This is the first volume of a new series of books started by the well-known publishing house of Wm. Wood & Co. They propose to issue a similar volume each month during the coming year. The series will be made up of monographs taken from the current literature of foreign lands. In the volume before us, and there is promised in the one to follow, two articles excerpted from English publications and one translated from the French. This first number is a volume of good proportions containing two hundred and fifty odd pages. It is bound in stiff paper covers. It is well printed on good paper. The first monograph by Jonathan Hutchinson fills one hundred and twelve pages; the second by Robert M. Simon, forty pages; and the third by Ferrand, ninety-nine pages.
The only part of the volume we have read with care, as it appears here, is
N. S. D.. Wood's Medical and Surgical Monographs, Vol. i, No. 1. JAMA. 1889;XII(3):107. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02400800035017
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