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306. The classification of mankind, by the hair and wool of their heads: with an answer to Dr. Prichard's assertion, that "the covering of the head of the Negro is hair, properly so termed, and not wool" : read before the American Ethnological Society, November 3, 1849

320. An improved system of domestic medicine: founded upon correct physiological principles : comprising a complete treatise on anatomy and physiology, the practice of medicine, with a copious materia medica, and an extensive treatise on midwifery, embellished with over one hundred useful engravings, gotten up expressly for family use

332. Hospitals and the church: an address delivered before the convention of the Diocese of Pennsylvania, in St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia, on Thursday evening, May 24, 1860 on the occasion of the laying of the corner-stone of the Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia

333. The celestial telegraph, or, Secrets of the life to come, revealed through magnetism: wherein the existence, the form, and the occupations, of the soul after its separation from the body are proved by many years' experiments, by the means of eight ecstatic somnambulists, who had eighty perceptions of thirty-six deceased persons of various conditions : a description of them, their conversation, etc., with proofs of their existence in the spiritual world

346. The memorial of M.B. Wright in relation to the Medical College of Ohio: the official misconduct of its trustees, the maladministration of its affairs, and the dangerous position of the commercial hospital : made to the forty-ninth General Assembly

356. Trabajos científicos

367. Report of the secretary with regard to the probable origin of the recent demoralization of the volunteer army at Washington: and the duty of the Sanitary Commission with reference to certain deficiencies in the existing army arrangements, as suggested thereby

382. A monograph on scarlet fever