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2. An abstract from the account of the Asylum, or, House of Refuge, situate in the parish of Lambeth, in the county of Surry: instituted in the year 1758, for the reception of friendless and deserted orphan girls, the settlement of whose parents cannot be found

4. An abstract of the methods of curing diseases of the eyes, legs and breasts: and on the cure of cancerous, scrophulous and other chronic diseases, by mild internal remedies : to which are added, observations on the dangerous effects of altering the accustomed diet of patients and the ill effects of salt water, hemlock, &c

8. An account of the Benevolent Institution: with a list of the governors annexed

13. An account of the institution and proceedings of the Guardians of the Asylum or House of Refuge, situate in the parish of Lambeth, in the County of Surry: for the reception of orphan girls, whose settlements cannot be found

15. An account of the tenia or long tape worm: and of the method of treating it as practised at Morat in Switzerland : being a translation of a memoir published at Paris entitled "Traitementcontre le tenia ou ver solitaire, pratiquè a Morat en Suisse, examinè et eprouvè a Paris, publiè ordre du roi"

17. The adventures of Mrs. Tend----: being an impartial answer to a letter to her friend : in which are exhibited some remarks worthy the attention of the curious, her conduct with that of Tend----'s fairly laid open, the injured characters vindicated, and submitted to the public : also letters which passed between them, with some moral reflections

18. Advice to booksellers, perfumers, &c. not to sell any more stamps with their medicines, (patent ones excepted) nor the public to pay for them: founded on constitutional principles, with strictures on the Medicine Act, respectfully submitted to His Most Gracious Majesty, and both Houses of Parliament

20. The anatomy of melancholy: what it is, with all the kinds causes, symptomes, prognostickes, & severall cures of it : in three partitions, with their severall sections, members & subsections, philosophically, medicinally, historically, opened & cut up

24. Aristotle's book of problems: with other astronomers, astrologers, physicians, and philosophers : wherein is contained divers questions and answers touching the state of man's body : together with the reasons of divers wonders in the creation : the generations of birds, beasts, fishes, and insects, and many other problems on the most weighty matters, by way of question and answer

25. Aristotle's compleat and experienc'd midwife: in two parts : I. a guide for child-bearing women, in the time of theor conception, bearing and suckling their children : with the best means of helping them, both in natural and unnatural labours : together with suitable remedies for the various indispositions of newborn infants : II. proper and safe remedies for the curing all those distempers that are incident to the female sex : and more especially those that are any obstruction to their bearing of children : a work far more perfect than any yet extant, and highly necessary for all surgeons, midwives, nurses, and child-bearing women

26. Aristotle's compleat master-piece: in three parts : displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man : regularly digested into chapters and sections, rendring it far more useful and easy than any yet extant : to which is added, A treasure of health, or, The family physician : being choice and approved remedies for all the several distempers incident to human bodies

27. Aristotle's master-piece compleated: in two parts : the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof : treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches, signs of insufficiency in men or women ... : the second part being A private looking-glass for the female sex

28. Aristotle's master-piece compleated: in two parts: the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof : treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches, signs of insufficiency in men or women : of the infusion of the soul : of the likeness of children to parents : of monstrous births : the cause and cure of the green-sickness : a discourse of virginity, diretions and cautions for midwives : of the organs of generation in women, and the fabrick of the womb : the use and actions of the genitals, signs of conception, and whether of a male or female : with a word of advice to both sexes, in the act of copulation : and the pictures of several monstrous births, &c : the second part, being A private looking-glass for the female-sex : treating of the various maladies of the womb, and all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each : the whole being more correct, than any thing of this kind hitherto published

30. The Attila of the gout

31. Bartholinus anatomy: made from the precepts of his father, and from the observations of all modern anatomists : together with his own : with one hundred fifty and three figures, cut in brass, much larger and better than any have been heretofore printed in English : in four books and four manuals, answering to the said books

35. A Boke of the propreties of herbes called an herball: wherunto is added the time ye herbes, floures and sedes shold be gathered to be kept the whole yere, wyth the vertue of ye herbes when they are stilled ; also a generall rule of all maner of herbes drawen out of an auncyent booke of phisyck

38. Candid invitations to serious and unbiased reflections, concerning the great and dreadful increase, malignancy and direfull effects of fevers, and other epidemick diseases: which yearly destroy great numbers of all ranks and degrees, age and sex : with important inquiries, remarks and observations on the causes therof : to which is added : reasons and motives to demonstrate the necessity of putting an immediate stop to their growing progress ... : recommended to the serious and unbiased consideration of all who may think the means for preserving life and health

44. Cautions to the public against new attempts to substitute a spurious preparation for the original syrup of Mr. de Velnos: the recipe for which has been purchased of Dr. Mercier ... by the author, Isaac Swainson, sole proprietor of Velnos' Original Vegetable Syrup

46. Chemical essays: being a continuation of my reflections on fixed fire, with observations and strictures upon Drs. Priestley's, Fordyce's, Pearson's, and Beddoes's late papers in the Philosophical transactions : and an answer to the reviewers

47. Choice and profitable secrets both physicall, and chirurgical: formerly concealed, by the deceased Dutchess of Lenox, and now published for the use and benefit of such as live far from physicians and chirurgions : being approved of by eminent doctors, and published by their charitable advice for the publique good : whereunto is annexed, A discovery of the natures and properties of all such herbs which are most commonly known, and grow in countrey gardens

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

51. The Compleat midwife's practice enlarged: in the most weighty and high concernments of the birth of man : containing a perfect directory, for rules for midwives and nurses : and also a guide for women in their conception, bearing and nursing of children : from the experience of our English authors : viz. Sir Theodore Mayern, Dr. Chamberlain, Mr. Nich. Culpeper, and other foreign nations : with instructions of the Queen of France's midwife to her daughter, a little before her death, touching the practice of the said art : as also a farther discovery of those secrets kept close in the breast of Sir Theodore Mayern, Mr. Nicholas Culpeper, and other English writers, not made publick 'till now

55. [Cour]se of lectures upon midwifery: wherein the theory and practice of that art are explain'd in the clearest manner ; more particularly, the structure of the pelvis and uterus ; of the foetus in utero, and after parturition ; the management of child-bearing women, during pregnancy, in time of labour, and after delivery ; the manner of delivering women, in all the variety of natural, difficult, and preternatural labours, perform'd on different machines made in imitation of real women and children

62. Detection of a conspiracy, to suppress a general good in physic, and to promote error and ignorance in that important science: being the singular case of John Tennant, M.D. : which was brought against him, maliciously, a trial at the Old Bailey for bigamy

70. A disquisition on remedies which dissolve the stone, in the human bladder: wherein the different medicinal substances and compositions, recommended for this intention, are impartially scrutinized : and their respective lithontriptic virtues ascertained

71. A dissertation on the disorders which affect the neck of the bladder, the urinary passage, and the neighbouring parts: producing excrescences in the urethra ... ; likewise hollow flexible catheters or bougies are made by the author ... ; a proper liquid for injection is also prepared by Francis Lallier

77. An English Fellow's answer to a Scotch licentiate's letter: or, a vindication of the Fellows of the Royal College of Physicians of London, from the charge of iniquity brought against the Fellows of the said College, in the said letter

79. An Essay on external appended remedies: occasioned by the very great increase of late years in the bills of mortality ... : in this essay therefore is clearly proved ... that by the wearing only of a certain anodyne necklace approved of and recommended to the world by Dr. Chamberlaine, children will easily breed, and presently cut their teeth without any pain ... women in labour be easily, presently and safely delivered : and most distempers of the head cured

86. The family's best friend, or The whole art of cookery made plain and easy: together with a complete system of brewery ; the management of malt liquors ; the distillery of simple and compound waters, family cordials, &c ; and instructions for the cultivating of the fruit, flower, and kitchen garden ; the whole being calculated for the preservation of heath, and upon the principles of frugality ... ; the result of forty years practice and experience, together with great assistance in every branch ; embellished with cuts, for trussing fowls, game, &c ; to which is now added, Mons. Millien's famous discovery for preventing either steel, brass, or any other metal from taking rust or canker ; an infallible remedy to prevent persons from taking the small-pox, or any other epidemical disorder ; a certain cure for the bite of a mad dog ; and a variety of other choice nostrums of equal value

88. The fourteenth edition of an essay, on the nature and cure of scrophulous disorders, commonly called the king's evil: deduced from long observation and practice : with additions : and above sixty cases : the remedies in them used, and occasional remarks : to which is prefixed a coloured plate of the herb vervain, and its root : published for the good of mankind, particularly the common people

90. A general state of the corporation of the London-Hospital, for the reception and relief of sick and wounded seaman, manufacturers, and labouring poor their wives and children: from its institution, November, M,DCC,XL, to the first of January, M,DCC,XCVI : with a list of the governors, &c

92. Good councell against the plague: shewing sundry present preservatives for the same, by wholsome fumes, drinks, vomits, and other inward receits : as also, the perfect cure (by implaysture) of any that are therewith infected : nowe necessary to be observed of every householder, to avoyde the infection, lately begun in some places of this cittie

93. Grana angelica, or, The true Scots pills: (left to posterity by Dr. Patrick Anderson of Edinburgh, physician to his Majesty King Charles the First, and constantly used as his ordinary physick by Charles the Second) are faithfully prepared only by James Inglish (son of David Inglish, deceased, and grandson of I. Inglish of Edinburgh) living at the Unicorn, no. 165, over-against the new church in the Strand, London

95. A guide to health, or, Advice to both sexes in a variety of complaints: with an essay on the venereal disease, gleets, seminal weakness, and that destructive habit called onanism : likewise, an address to parents, tutors, and guardians of youth