Volume 1

Scope and Content

Essays read before the Glasgow Medical Society. Volume 1, as follows:

  • 1. 7 Feb 1815, “On the nature and treatment of erysipelas,” Dr. Watt.
  • 2. 17 Jan 1815, “Cases of irregular hysteria,” Dr. Graham.
  • 3. Feb 1815, “Case of dysphagia,” Dr. Robertson.
  • 4. 21 Mar 1815 “Effects of titrate of antimony in mania,” Mr. Young.
  • 5. 2 May 1815 “Cases of dyspepsia,” Mr. McLeod.
  • 6. 15 May 1815 “Cases of supparation of the liver combined with diarrhoea or dysentery,” Dr. G. Monteath.
  • 7. 18 Apr 1815 “On the nature and treatment of dyspepsia,” Mr. Wilson.
  • 8. 6 June 1815 “On bloodletting in syphilis,” Mr. Alexander.
  • 9. 18 July 1815 “On ulcers as they occur on board the King’s ships,” Mr. Logan.
  • 10. 15 Aug 1815 “On dysentery,” Mr. Arthur.
  • 11. 17 Oct 1815 “On supposed cancerous affectations of the female mamma,” Dr. Monteath.
  • 12. 3 Oct 1815 “Cases of calculus vesica apparently destroyed by soda,” Mr. Cooper.
  • 13. 31 Oct 1815 “Cases of cough,” Dr. Brown.
  • 14. 21 Nov 1815 “Two cases of fever with observations,” Mr. Watson.
  • 15. 17 Feb 1815 “On the predisposing causes of fever,” Dr. Perry.
  • 16. 17 Nov 1815 “Cases of white swelling of the knee,” Dr. Hendrie.