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important questions "brought before the Association , and devotes himself constantly to their advancement . We can only mention the
Sixth Department— -that of Trade and International Law—as the one to which foreign contributions naturally flowand as containing :
, interesting discussions on Belligerent Hights and Contraband of War .
Co-operation , whose progress in England has been recorded hy the Association from year to year , is in the present volume
proved to be a much wider movement—a movement originating in various independent sourcesand advancing in various
inde-, pendent lines . Professor Huber of Berlin gives an account of no fewer than 600 Societies , and their means and modes of
operation , in Germany . His paper is an exceedingly valuable contribution . It is to be regretted that the discussion of the question is
head so meagre " Emp . loyers The and discussion Employed of " the and _pajD including ers classed 1 a contribution under the
, on " Trade Differences , " by Mr . J . M . _Xoidlow , and others on the Building Strikes of London and Edinburgh , is full and well
- J 138 Books Of The Month.
- j 138 BOOKS OF THE MONTH .
Books Op The Month. The Medical Professi...
BOOKS OP THE MONTH . The medical profession is appealed to in a pamphlet * on some of
the medicinal contributions from the Colonies to the International Exhibition , embodying the results at present ascertained , of an
inquiry undertaken at the suggestion of Miss Burdett Coutts . Mr . Hunter says in his preface : — " To the truly philanthropic and
enlightened mind of Miss Burdett Coutts did it occur that these foreign substances , medicines and drugs , ought to be turned to
some account . She was sanguine in the belief that some—few , perhaps—valuable additions might be made to our present
Pharmacopoei , a ; that , as good might accrue by examining these medicinesthe op _23 ortunity should not be lost of testing these foreign
, remedies brought to our hands . And again : —" Much of the good that has been done , in the International Exhibition , for the
colonies , as regards their medical productions and their contributions of a dietetic nature , would never have been done at all , but
by for Miss the in Burdett defatigable Coutts and . 77 praiseworth The medicines y energy hitherto of min ex d amined displayed are
those of British Guiana only . " There are many other medicines which I have now under investigationin addition to those
men-, tioned in this report ; but coming from various localities , I am reserving any results that I may find of value , for further
consideration , whilst complying with the request of Sir William Holmes , International * A Report Exhibition upon some , a of . b . the 1862 Colonial , by Charles Medicinal Hunt Contributions er , Surgeon to to the the Churchill and
Royal Piralico Dispensary . London : Sons .
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), April 1, 1863, page 138, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01041863/page/66/