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IN the introduction to this little work of 65 pages Mr. Waters states that, in taking the class of Practical Histology at the Owens College Medical School during the summer sessions of 1882–83, it had been his custom to give each student “sheets” containing a short account of the chief points to be observed in the specimens for examination. The present work has grown out of these notes, after careful revision and additions thereto by the author. Students of histology have already numerous similar treatises placed at their disposition, describing the various methods of staining, clearing, and mounting specimens; but room will always be found for additional ones bearing on this subject, provided they are the outcome of practical experience. These notes have been carefully prepared; the directions given are clear and concise, and beginners cannot do better than carefully follow them.

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