Recent Literature Lectures on the Principles of House Drainage , delivered before the Suffolk District Medical Society, (Section for Clinical Medicine, Pathology, and Hygiene) and the Boston Society of Architects. By J. Pickering Putnam, Architect. Boston: Ticknor & Co., 1886. pp. 125

1885 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
nence to any one or more subjects to the detriment of others, a tendency difficult to combat in all works of the kind. Of the illustrations, many are new, the rest are largely and well selected from the works of Erichsen, Bryant, Liston, Druitt, Fergusson and others. Though the work is necessarily less exhaustive and argumentative than the larger works or monographs, and cannot therefore be of the same service to the prac-
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