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18. Address of the trustees of the University of Maryland, concerning the Medical Department of the institution, with an appendix containing the regulations for admission and graduation, the subjects taught by each professor, mode of instruction, &c., &c

20. Address on the truth, dignity, power and beauty of the principles of peace, and on the unchristian character and influence of war and the warrior: delivered in the Centre Church at New-Haven, during the session of the Legislature of Connecticut, at the request of the Connecticut Peace Society, on Sunday evening, the 6th of May, 1832

50. An essay on the nature of the epidemic usually called Asiatic cholera, &c: with the reasons why it should be regarded as an epidemic diarrhoea serosa, instead of common cholera morbus; and an attempt to found the treatment upon the pathology of the disease: being the annual communication to the Medical Society of the State of New-York. February 5, 1833

52. Essays and lectures on medical subjects

77. Irritable uterus

91. Our benevolent institutions : a discourse occasioned by the death of Julius R. Friedlander, principal of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Blind, and delivered, Sunday, March 24, 1839

94. Plea for the industrious poor and strangers, in sickness: an address delivered at the opening of an edifice erected by the trustees of the New-York Dispensary, January 11, 1830 : exhibiting a view of the objects of the institution, its plan, resources, history and peculiar claims to public and private benefactions

97. Remarks on the importance of promoting literary and social concert, in the valley of the Mississippi: as a means of elevating its character and perpetuating the Union : delivered in the chapel of Transylvania University, to the Literary Convention of Kentucky, November 8, 1833