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220. Dr. S.S. Fitch's almanac for 1855 and guide to invalids: comprising directions for the treatment of consumption and asthma, bronchitis, heart diseases, liver complaints, dyspepsia, costiveness, diarrhea, dysentery, falling of the womb, piles, salt rheum and scrofula, female diseases, etc. etc

221. Gonorrhoea : a non-specific disease

222. A case of hydrophobia

226. Analysis of the Rockbridge Alum Springs in Virginia: with some account of their history, and the properties of the water in letters of eminent physicians and other gentleman : to which are added a few certificates, out of many, in the various forms of disease which have been cured by these waters

231. Questions in osteology

256. Mémoire présenté à son altesse royale Mgr. le duc d'Orléans, régent de France, concernant la précieuse plante du gin-seng de Tartarie, découverte en Amérique par le père Joseph-François Lafitau, de la compagnie de Jésus, missionnaire des Iroquois du Sault St.-Louis. Nouv. éd., précédée d'une notice biographique, par M. Hospice Verrean, et accompagnée d'un portrait du père Lafitau, d'un fac-simile de son autographe et de la planche représentant le gin-seng

279. The American Tract Society's almanac for the year of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ 1861: being the first after bissextile, and until the fourth of July, the eighty-fifth year of the independence of the United States : calculated for Boston, New York, Washington, and Charleston, and four parallels of latitude, adapted for use througout the country

299. A lecture on the effects of alcoholic drinks on the human system and the duties of medical men in relation thereto: delivered in the lecture room of Rush Medical College, on Christmas Day, 1854, in compliance with the request of the class attending the college