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5. An account of the malignant fever, which prevailed in the city of New-York, during the autumn of 1805: Containing, 1. The proceedings of the Board of Health ... : 2. The rise, progress, and decline of the late epidemic : 3. An account of the Marine and Bellevue Hospitals ... : 4. Record of deaths, &c. &c. : 5. Opinion of several eminent physicians, respecting the cause of malignant fever ... : 6. The situation of the convicts in the state-prison ... : 7. Desultory observations andreflections. : 8. The various modes of cure

8. An account of the yellow fever, which occurred in the city of New-York, in the year 1822: to which is prefixed a brief sketch of the different pestilential diseases with which this city was afflicted, in the years 1798, 1799, 1803 & 1805 : with the opinion of several of our most eminent physicians respecting the origin of the disease, its prevention and cure : to which is added a correct list of all the deaths by yellow fever during the late season, taken from official documents

9. An accurate list of persons who have died of the malignant fever in this city: including those at Bellevue, &c. from July 29, to October 29, with the date of their deaths, also of the different places where the deaths occurred, and the number that died in each street

15. The cholera beacon, being a treatise on the epidemic cholera as it appeared in Upper Canada, in 1832-4: with a plain and practical description of the first grade, or premonitory symptoms and the various forms of attack, by which the disease may be detected in its curable stage : together with directions for successful treatment : designed for popular instruction

21. A dissertation on the causes, preventives, and remedies of plague, yellow fever, cholera, dysentery, and other pestilential, epidemic, or contagious diseases: respectfully proposed to the consideration of the governments, magistrates, philanthropists, beneficent societies, boards of health, medical societies, physicians, and inhabitants of all nations and countries on the globe : containing outlines of a new, uniform, physiological system of medical science and practice. Predicated on the known laws of nature and chemical affinity

25. An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York: to which are added, a letter from Dr. James Mann, hospital-surgeon ; and a dissertation by Dr. John Stearns, delivered before the state medical society, on the same subject ; with notes and observations on these productions

26. An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York: to which is added, a letter from Dr. James Mann, surgeon-general to the Army; and a dissertation by Dr. John Stearns, delivered before the state medical society,on the same subject ; with notes and observations on these productions

29. An essay on the prevailing, or yellow-fever, of 1817: together with preliminary observations, and an enquiry into the causes which produced it : also, a brief view of the effect of certain poisons on the animal economy, compared with those of the specific gaseous poison of the yellow-fever

34. An inaugural essay, on the inflammatory bilious fever: as it appeared in the vicinity of Lancaster, in the summer and autumn of 1804 : for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, submitted to the examination of the Reverend John Andrews ..., the Trustees, and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, on the 21st day of April, 1806

37. An inquiry into the various sources of the usual forms of summer & autumnal disease in the United States, and the means of preventing them: to which are added, Facts, intended to prove the yellow fever not to be contagious

39. A lecture on epidemic diseases generally, and particularly the spasmodic cholera: delivered in the city of New York, March, 1832, and repeated June, 1832, and in Albany, July 4, 1832, and in New York, June, 1833 : with an appendix, containing several testimonials, and a review of Beaumont's experiments on the gastric juice

47. Medical facts and inquiries, respecting the causes, nature, prevention and cure of fever: more expressly in relation to the endemic fevers of summer and autumn in the southern states : together with a history of the bilious remitting fever of Alabama, as it appeared in Cahawba and its vicinity in the summers and autumns of 1821 and 1822

56. An official register of the deaths which occurred among the white population in the city of Savannah: during the extraordinary season of sickness and mortality which prevailed in the summer and fall months of the year 1820 : to which is annexed a list of the persons (so far as they could be ascertained) who died out of the city, after retreating from it : also, the aggregate amount of deaths among the people of color

58. An oration on the causes of the difference, in point of frequency and force, between the endemic diseases of the United States of America, and those of the countries of Europe : delivered, by appointment, to the "Philadelphia Medical Society," on the fifth day of February, 1802

62. A philosophical theory of an "empiric," proved practically: compared with doubtful science and known quackery, as practiced by the regular physicians during the prevalence of the cholera in this city : to which is added, the opinions of the committees appointed by the Assembly of this state, in 1828, '29, and '30, to examine the author's practice

68. A reply to Dr. Haygarth's "Letter to Dr. Percival, on infectious fevers": and his "Address to the College of Physicians at Philadelphia, on the prevention of the American pestilence," exposing the medical, philosophical, and literary errors of that author, and vindicating the right which the faculty of the United States have to think and decide for themselves, respecting the diseases of their own country, uninfluenced by the notions of the physicians of Europe

69. Report

70. Report of the Joint Committee of Councils, relative to the malignant or pestilential disease of the summer and autumn of 1820, in the city of Philadelphia

72. Report of the committee of the Medical Society of the City and County of New-York: explanatory of the causes and character of the epidemic fever, which prevailed in Bancker-Street and its vicinity, in the summer and autumn of 1820

75. Report on the cholera in Paris

80. A series of letters and other documents relating to the late epidemic or yellow fever: comprising : the correspondence of the mayor of the city, the board of health, the executive of the State of Maryland, and the reports of the faculty and District Medical Society of Baltimore ; also, essays of the physicians, in answer to the mayor's circular requesting information for the use of the city council in relation to the causes which gave origin to this disease ; to which is added, the late ordinance re-organising the board of health, &c. &c

81. Shecut's Medical and philosophical essays: the whole of which are designed as illustrative of the domestic origin of the yellow fever of Charleston ; and, as conducing to the formation of a medical history of the state of South-Carolina

82. A short practical narrative of the diseases which prevailed among the American seamen, at Wampoa in China: in the year 1805 : with some account of diseases which appeared among the crew of the ship New-Jersey, on the passage from thence, to Philadelphia : submitted as an inaugural dissertation, to the examination of the Rev. J. Andrews ..., the Trustees and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, on the tenth day of April, 1807 : for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

85. A view of the diseases most prevalent in the United States of America: at different seasons of the year ; with an account of the most improved method of treating them ; being an abstact [sic] not only of the editor's own experience, but of the experience of several physicians ... residing in the different states ; including the substance of ... improvements that have been made in the treatment of similar diseases in other countries