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THE JEWISH MESSENGER

skilled Genealogist are invited to address Mr. EBEN PUTNAM, Danvers, Mass., who conducts Investigations in Old or New England.

(FOUNDED 1857.)

Putnam's Monthly A Representative Organ of

Historical Magazine American Judaism and Devoted to Genealogy, and kindred topics. American Culture.

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Published at Salem. $2.00 per annum.

Sample Copy 10 cents.

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interest about them. The most useful of all such publications, $1.50.

19 Do not confound with any other similarly named publication.

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SALEM, MASS. AT Letters of Inquiry sent to Danvers P. 0. and containing return postage will be promptly noticed.

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AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SGIENGE.

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Founded by Prof. Silliman In 1818.
Dovoted to Chemistry, Physics, Geology.
Physical Geography, Mineralogy,
Natural History, Astronomy

and Meteorology.
Editor : EDWARD S. DANA.

Associate Editors :
GEORGE L. GOODALE, JOHN TROWBRIDGE, H.P.
BOWDITCH and W. G. FARLOW, of Cambridge;
0. C. MARSH, A. E. VERRILL and H. S. WIL
LIAMS, of Yale; G. F. BARKER, of the University
of Pennsylvania, Phlladelphia; H. A. ROWLAND,
of Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md.;
I. S. DILLER, of U.S. Geol. Survey, Washington.

Two volumes of 480 pages each, published an. nually in MONTHLY NUMBERS.

This Journal ended its first series of 60 volumes as a quarterly in 1845, and its second series of 50 volumes as a two-monthly in 1870. The third series of monthly numbers ended in 1895. A fourth series commenced with January, 1896.

Subscription price, $6.00. 50 cents a number. A few sets on sale of the first, second and third series.

Ten volume index numbers on hand for the second and third series. An index to volume XLI to L (third series) was issued in January, 1896; price, 75 cts. Address, The American Journal of Science,

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Vol. XIV was completed by the March Number, 1897, and

contains the following Articles and Illustrations:

What Shall be Done with Insane Inebriates?, By NORMAN KERR, M. D., of London.
Duties of Attending Physicians in Railway Damage Cases. By CLARK BELL, ESQ., LL.D., eN. X.
The Legal Test of Insanity. R. L. GUERNSEY, ESQ., of the New York Bar.
Sexual Perversion. WM. LEE HOWARD, M. D., of Baltimore, M. D.
Sociology the Growth of the Century. By MORITZ ELLINGER, ESO., of N. Y.
Telepathy~Psychometry. By EDWIN CHECKLEY, ESQ., of N, Y.
Responsibility of the Insane. By IRVING C. ROSSE, A. M., M, D., of Washington, D. C.
Duplex Personality. By WM. L. DREWRY, M. D., of Va.
History of a Case of Heredity. By WM. LEE HOWARD, M. D., of Baltimore,
A Popular Medical Error. By E. P. BUFFETT, M. D., of Jersey City, N.J.
Psycho-Physiological Mechanism. By SOPHIA MCCLELLAND, of N, Y.
Suicide Considered as a Mental Epidemic, By Dr. FORBES WINSLOW, of London.
The Case of Czynski. By MORITZ ELLINGER, ESQ., of N. Y.
Commitment of the Insane in New York. By ALBERT BACH, ESQ., of N. Y.

By R. L. PARSONS, M. D., of N, Y.
Credible Witnesses and Circumstantial Evidence. By SOPHIA MCCLELLAND, of N. Y.
The Future of Railway Surgery. By CLARK BELL, ESQ., LL. D., of N. Y.
Medico-Legal Points in the Maybrick Case. By HARRIETTE C. KEATINGE, M. D. of N. Y.
Compuloory Vaccination. By MONTAGUE R. LEVERSON, M. D., of N. Y.
Impoleucy in Women. By Capt. R. W. SHUFELDT, M, D., of Washington, D. C.
Right of Possession of Dead Human Bodies. By Prof. Dr. HERMAN KORNFELD, Silesia.
Imbibition of Poison, By GEO. B. MILLER, M, D., of Philadelphia.
The Pathology of Thought. By SOPHIA MCCLELLAND, of N. Y.
Suggestion as a Factor in Human Life. By THOMSON JAY HUDSON, ESQ., LL. D., of Wash., D. C.
Hypnotism in the Far East. BY MARGHERITA ARLINA HAMM, of N. Y.
Telepathy. By PROF. W. XAVIER SUDDUTH, of Chicago, Ill.
Clairvoyance, By SYDNEY FLOWER, of Chicago, Ill.
Intemperance, Consanguine Marriages, Educational Overpressure, Degeneracy. By Sir FREDERICK

BATEMAM, M. D... England, Consideration of the Playfair Case. By ANDREW J. HIRSCHL, ESQ., of Chicago, Ill. Has the Physician the Right to Terminate Life. By CLARK BELL, ESQ., LL. D., of N. Y. Colonial Cases. By Judge F. CARROLL BREWSTER, of Philadelphia. The Case of Spurgeon Young. By CLARK BELL, ESQ., LL. D., of N. Y. The Present Legal Status of the Maybrick Case. By CLARK BELL, ESQ., LL. D., of N. Y. Compulsory Vaccination. By CLARK BELL, ESQ., LL. D., of N. Y. Report of the Committee of Women on the Maybrick Case. From Suggestion to Evolution. By IDA TRAFFORD BELL. A New Study of Diseased Memory. By T. D. CROTHERS, M, D. Annual Reports of the Chemist, the Microscopist, the Bacteriologist and the Toxicologist of the Society.

With Editorial, Toxicological, Transactions of the Medico-Legal Society and of the Medico-Legal Congress of

September, 1895, and illustrated with Portraits of Eminent Medico-Legal Jurists and Medical Men.

PRICE, $3.00 PER ANNUM.

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