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127. A treatise on the process employed by nature in suppressing the hemorrhage from divided and punctured arteries: and on the use of the ligature ; concluding with observations on secondary hemorrhage ; the whole deduced from an extensive series of experiments, and illustrated by fifteen plates

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129. An inaugural dissertation, shewing in what manner pestilential vapours acquire their acid quality, and how this is neutralized and destroyed by alkalies: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the state of New-York, William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president ; for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 2d day of May, 1798

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133. The surprising case of Rachel Baker, who prays and preaches in her sleep: with specimens of her extraordinary performances taken down accurately in short hand at the time ; and showing the unparalleled powers she possesses to pray, exhort, and answer questions, during her unconscious state : the whole authenticated by the most respectable testimony of living witnesses

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143. A statement of the occurrences during a malignant yellow fever in the city of New-York, in the summer and autumnal months of 1819: and of the check given to its progress, by the measures adopted by the Board of Health : with a list of cases and names of sick persons, and a map of their places of residence within the infected and proscribed limits : with a view of ascertaining, by comparative arguments, whether the distemper was engendered by domestic causes, or communicated by human contagion from foreign ports

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151. An inaugural dissertation on the use of the nitric and oxigenated muriatic acids, in some diseases: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the twenty-second day of May, 1798 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

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155. An inaugural dissertation, being an attempt to disprove the doctrine of the putrefaction of the blood of living animals: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees, and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine ; on the 8th. day of May, A.D. 1793

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156. 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

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157. New or electric symptoms of chronic diseases, or chronic tubercula of the organs and limbs: by which they may be easily and invariably distinguished by any person of common education and capacity, and their natural or electric remedies ; which, with very few exceptions in the last stage, cure all these diseases by their electric influences, including all the forms of scrofula, with cases affecting the different organs and limbs

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160. A set of anatomical tables, with explanations, and an abridgment of the practice of midwifery: with a view to illustrate a treatise on that subject, and collection of cases

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163. The effect of the nitrous vapour, in preventing and destroying contagion: ascertained, from a variety of trials, made chiefly by surgeons of His Majesty's Navy, in prisons, hospitals, and on board of ships : with an introduction respecting the nature of the contagion, which gives rise to the jail or hospital fever ; and the various methods formerly employed to prevent or destroy this

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166. A compendium of practical and experimental farriery, originally suggested by reason and confirmed by practice: equally adapted for the convenience of the gentleman, the farmer, the groom, and the smith ; interspersed with such remarks, and elucidated with such cases, as evidently tend to insure the prevention, as well as to ascertain the cure of disease

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167. A compendium of practical and experimental farriery: originally suggested by reason and confirmed by practice, equally adapted for the convenience of the gentleman, the farmer, the groom, and the smith ; interspersed with such remarks, and elucidated with such cases, as evidently tend to insure the prevention, as well as to ascertain the cure of disease

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170. A prospect of exterminating the small-pox, being the history of the Variolae vaccinae, or kine-pox, commonly called the cow-pox: as it has appeared in England : with an account of a series of inoculations performed for the kine-pox, in Massachusetts

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171. A treatise on the management of pregnant and lying in women: and the means of curing, but more especially of preventing the principal disorders to which they are liable ; together with some new directions concerning the delivery of the child and placenta in natural births ; illustrated with cases

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178. A treatise on the human hair, and the formation of the skin: with directions for preserving them in a state of health ; with remarks relative to the treatment of children's hair, and important testimonies of the properties of the Tricopherous or Medicated Compound, which has been patronized and adopted by the most eminent of the faculty

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183. Medical inquiries and observations: containing an account of the bilious and remitting and intermitting yellow fever,as it appeared in Philadelphia in the year 1794 ; together with an inquiry into the proximate cause of fever ; and a defence of blood-letting as a remedy for certain diseases

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200. The utility of the "Uterine supporter," as invented by Mrs. James Betts, of Philadelphia, in the cure of prolapsus uteri, &c &c: contained in various testimonials of eminent professors and practitioners, of Philadelphia, New York, Virginia, St. Louis, &c and in a lecture by William Harris, M.D., of Philadelphia ; also, a letter to a distinguished physician of Philadelphia

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