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1. The new Northwest

11. Health at home, or, Hall's family doctor: showing how to invigorate and preserve health, prolong life, cure diseases, understand the physical conditions of maternity and the proper management of infants, and discussing the entire physical well-being of man, with a very large collection of the latest and most valuable medical prescriptions

14. Dear Sir, The committee appointed at the annual meeting of the councillors "to suggest amendments to the by-laws with a view to their revision for a new edition", ask your critical consideration of the accompanying preliminary draft

15. The Jewish dietary system

17. Report on ophthalmology

20. Reminiscences

29. Diseases of the conjunctiva

38. Remarks on double monsters

54. Opening exercises and address

64. Physiology

70. The value of transfusion of blood

81. Contributions to the study of yellow fever: a paper read before the American Public Health Association, New York, November 12, 1873, on the natural history and distribution of yellow fever in the United States : with chart showing all the localities, and the elevation of each place above sea level, where it has appeared, from A.D. 1668 to A.D. 1874

86. Insanity and disease

87. General principles affecting the organization of quarantine: a paper read before the New York Academy of Medicine, in December, 1873, and, by resolution of the Medical Society of the State of New York, requested for publication in its transactions

93. The health guide: aiming at a higher science of life and the life-forces, giving nature's simple and beautiful laws of cure, the science of magnetic manipulation, bathing, electricity, food, sleep, exercise, marriage, and the treatment for one hundred diseases : thus, constituting a home doctor far superior to drugs

100. To the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met: it is not necessary to again refer to the unanswerable arguments by which it has been shown that there has for some years past been an urgent need for a large increase in the General Hospital accommodation in this state