THE Journal of Anatomy and Physiology, vol. xvii. part 4, July, 1883, contains: On the action of saline cathartics, by Dr. Matthew Hay.—On the anatomy and physiology of the urinary bladder and of the sphincters of the rectum, by F. Le Gros Clark, F.R.S.—On ten cases of congenital contraction of the stomach, with remark?, by W. Roger Williams (plate 17).—A new rule of epiphyses of long bones, and on the ossification of the temporal bone, by J. B. Sutton (plate 18).—On three cases of cerebellar disease, by Dr. Thomas Oliver.—A contribution to the anatomy of the Indian elephant, by Dr. R. J. Anderson.—On a case of serni-pgnatha or synotia in a lamb, by Frederic Eve.—On a case of primary epithelioma of the lung with secondary deposits in the kidney, vertebræ, and ribs, by W. E. Hoyle, M. A. (plate 19). —Researches into the histology of the central gray substance of the spinal cord and medulla oblongata, by Dr. W. A. Hollis (plate 20).—On the membrana tympani, by Dr. J. M. Crombie.—An account of an obturator hernia, and of a fibrous body attached to the hydatid of Morgagni, by W. S. Richmond.