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3. The Abernethian code of health & longevity, or, Every one's health in his own keeping: by the proper regulation of the stomach and bowels, in order to the attaining and securing those invaluable blessings : founded on the principles and practice of John Abernethy, Esq., F.R.S. : containing full rules for the application of this system, by suitable regimen, diet, and exercise : with an introductory view of the living functions of the animal economy, showing their mutual relation to each other, and how they severally depend on that part of the machine that influences and regulates the whole : concluding with some remarkable instances of longevity and its comparative estimate in different classes of society

4. Abernethy's family physician, or, Ready prescriber in cases of illness and accident: where medical attendance is not desired or cannot be procured : containing the causes, symptoms and treatment of diseases, the proper remedies in burns, contusions, poisoning, and all varieties of physical casualties : forming a complete guide to the retention and recovery of health

19. Account of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason, near Frankford, Pennsylvania: with the statistics of the institution from its foundation to the 31st 12th month, 1838

27. An account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann Moor, of Tutbury, Staffordshire, England: who has for more than three years, lived entirely without food ; giving the particulars of her life to the present time, an account of the investigation instituted on the occasion, and observations on the letters of some medical men who attended it

28. An account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann Moor, of Tutbury, Staffordshire: who has, for more than two years, lived entirely without food : giving the particulars of her life to the present time, an account of the investigation instituted on the occasion, and observations on the letters of some medical men who attended it : also other similar cases of abstinence, etc

29. An account of the imprisonment and sufferings of Robert Fuller, of Cambridge: who while peaceably and quietly and rationally in possession of his own house, was seized and detained in the M'Lean Asylum for the Insane, at Charlestown, Mass. 65 days, from June 24th, to August 28th, 1832, together with some remarks on that institution

31. An account of the malignant fever, which prevailed in the city of New-York, during the autumn of 1805: Containing, 1. The proceedings of the Board of Health ... : 2. The rise, progress, and decline of the late epidemic : 3. An account of the Marine and Bellevue Hospitals ... : 4. Record of deaths, &c. &c. : 5. Opinion of several eminent physicians, respecting the cause of malignant fever ... : 6. The situation of the convicts in the state-prison ... : 7. Desultory observations andreflections. : 8. The various modes of cure

35. Account of the present state of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason

37. Account of the rise and progress of the asylum, proposed to be established, near Philadelphia: for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason : with an abridged account of the Retreat, a similar institution near York, in England

41. An account of the yellow fever, which occurred in the city of New-York, in the year 1822: to which is prefixed a brief sketch of the different pestilential diseases with which this city was afflicted, in the years 1798, 1799, 1803 & 1805 : with the opinion of several of our most eminent physicians respecting the origin of the disease, its prevention and cure : to which is added a correct list of all the deaths by yellow fever during the late season, taken from official documents

44. An accurate list of persons who have died of the malignant fever in this city: including those at Bellevue, &c. from July 29, to October 29, with the date of their deaths, also of the different places where the deaths occurred, and the number that died in each street

46. Act for establishing a health office, and to secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the introduction of pestilential & contagious diseases, and for other purposes: passed January 29, 1818 : with its supplements, passed from 1821 to 1832