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2. A report of the New Haven County Medical Society, on the expediency of repealing that section of the medical laws of this state: which excludes irregular practitioners from the benefits of law in the collection of fees

11. On the typhus fever, which occurred at Philadelphia in the spring and summer of 1836: illustrated by clinical observations at the Philadelphia Hospital, showing the distinction between this form of disease and dothinenteritis, or the typhoid fever, with alteration of the follicles of the small intestine

12. On animal magnetism

13. Systematized anatomy, or, Human organography: in synoptical tables, with numerous plates : for the use of universities, faculties and schools of medicine and surgery, academies of painting, sculpture, and the Royal Colleges

22. A phrenological chart, presenting a synopsis of the science of phrenology: the phrenological analysis of the primitive powers of the mind, in their various degrees of developement, the phenomena produced by their combined activity, and the location of the corresponding organs, together with the phrenological character of [blank]

32. A practical treatise on the diseases of the skin: arranged with a view to their constitutional causes and local characters : including the substance of the essay to which the Royal College of Surgeons awarded the Jacksonian prize : and all such valuable facts as have been recorded by continental authors on these subjects to the present time

40. Electro-galvanic symptoms, and electro-magnetic remedies, in chronic diseases of the class hypertrophy: or chronic enlargements of the organs and limbs, including all forms of scrofula, with illustrative diagrams and cases

47. The medical student, or, Aids to the study of medicine: including a glossary of the terms of the science, and of the mode of prescribing, bibliographical notices of medical works, the regulations of different medical colleges of the union, &c. &c

50. Elements of surgery

53. Phrenology proved, illustrated, and applied: accompanied by a chart : embracing an analysis of the primary, mental powers in their various degrees of development, the phenomena produced by their combined activity and the location of the phrenological organs in the head : together with a view of the moral and theological bearing of the science

61. The institutes of Thomsonism

71. A manual of the diseases of the eye

72. The book of nature

78. An elementary treatise on anatomy

92. 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

99. The final report of the committee of the Philadelphia Medical Society on the construction of instruments and their mode of action in the radical cure of hernia (from three years observation): accompanied by a collation of the practical facts contained in the preliminary report : with notes, illustrations, and additional cases of hernia and diseases resembling hernia : also, illustrations of certain instruments designed for the treatment of other diseases effecting similar parts

100. Proceedings of the Medical Class of the University of Pennsylvania, which led to the employment of a distinguished artist to make a portrait of Dr. Physick: subsequently presented to the Medical Faculty : also, a brief sketch of the address delivered on the occasion by the students, and a condensed report of the sentiments expressed in reply by Dr. Horner and Dr. Hare