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280 NOTICES OF BOOKS.
On the Natural Artificial Period Sucklin...
The Medical Profession Welbeck ; its Str...
Seventh Annual Report of Children the Ne...
On Food. By Edwin Lankester, M.D., F.R.S...
farinaceous food . The Lancet for January 12 th , 1861 , has a longletter on " Infant Alimentation , " by this lady , to which , we refer
those among our readers interested in the subject .
280 Notices Of Books.
280 NOTICES OF BOOKS .
On The Natural Artificial Period Sucklin...
On the Natural Artificial _Period Suckling of Suckling . By , and Frederick on the M J . Brown of , H M earing . D . Infants by
Db . _Bkothnv like Mrs . Baines , recommends the substitution of good cow ' s milk for breast milkin all cases where the mother is unable
to suckle her childwith the , addition of white sugar or barley-water until the child arrives , at the age of three or four months , when _,
scalded white bread may be added with advantage . * Dr . Brown deprecates spoon-feeding , and insists upon suction by breast or bottle
for the first nine months . His little pamphlet contains some valuable information on points where much ignorance prevails , and
we therefore commend it to wives and mothers .
The Medical Profession Welbeck ; Its Str...
The Medical Profession Welbeck ; its Street Aims , and Cavendish Objects S . quare By a . Surgeon . ! Newby 5
The Medical Kegister Act of 1858 , and the fashionable and , as Dr . Wilkes trulsays _" abominable sj _> ecialties by which the profession
is placed in y the hands , -of a few men having one solitary idea , " are the objects of the author ' s anathema . The view taken of the
profession generally is liberal and ennobling .
Seventh Annual Report Of Children The Ne...
Seventh Annual Report of Children the New for Yorh the Infirmary itear 1860 for . Indigent Women and
This Report shows great progress , and opens by announcing that a larger and less expensive house than that hitherto occupied
hasbeen secured to the Institute in an excellent and healthy situation .. The objects of the Infirmary
are—1 st . To provide for poor women the medical advice of competent physician 2 nd . To s of assist their own educated sex . women in the practical study of
medicine . 3 rd . To train nurses in the care of the sick .
Marked success has attended all these endeavors , under the able superintendence of Drs . Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell . But in
New York as here at the Sick Child's Hospital in Great Ormond difficult Street , where has been arrangements experienced are in made procuring for training suitable persons nurses , . " . much . ¦ . .
There are y constant applications made to the Infirmary for nurses , and _; the supply is quite inadequate to the demand . ' The total
number of patients , indoor and out , treated in the year , amounts ta
3 / 3 . 43 ..
English Woman’s Journal (1858-1864), June 1, 1861, page 280, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/ewj/issues/ewj_01061861/page/64/