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164. It was my original intention, in discussing the subject, not to advert to any particular instance of the Caesarian operation: but, in consequence of the intruduction of my name, and that of Mr. Ogden, into the account of the case lately published by Mr. Wood in the fifth volume of the Memoirs of the Medical Society of London, I feel myself called upon to say a few words in reply

168. A short essay on the virtues of Dr. Norris's drops for fevers: to which are added, letters and certificates of many extraordinary cures, among a great number of others not make publick, incontestibly proving their sovereign efficacy in fevers, &c

175. A new theory of acute and slow continued fevers: wherein, beside the appearance of such, and the manner of their cure, occasionally, the structure of the glands, and the manner of laws of secretion, the operation of purgative, vomitive, and mercurial medicines, are mechanically explained : to which is prefix'd An essay concerning the improvements of the theory of medicine

176. A compendyous regyment or dyatorye of healthe: used at Mountpylour

177. The secrets of Albertus Magnus: of the vertues of hearbs, stones, and certain beasts : whereunto is newly added a short discourse of the seven planets gove[r]ning the nativities of children : also a book of the same authour, of the marvailous things of the world, and of certaine things caused of certaine beasts

178. A rich storehouse, or, treasury for the diseased: wherein is discovered 69. rare secrets to cure most diseases : many of them never before in print : set forth for the benefit of all those that shall make use of them by a well-wisher of his country

180. The practice of physick, or, the law of God (called nature) in the body of man: confuting by manifest and manifold experiences many learned men, as well as the authors, the rules and methods conserning sicknesses and changes in mans body ... : In the second part of this book is a Practice of physick, drawn from the best of moderns ... : to which is added, A treatise of diseases from witchcraft