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40. An answer to A letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts: on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled the College of Physicians

45. A brief history of the past and present relations of the Medical Society of New Jersey to the state: more especially as regards legislative enactments : together with some thoughts suggested by these relations : being the annual address read before the Medical Society of New Jersey, at its eighty-ninth annual session in the City of Trenton, January 23, 1855

46. By-laws

70. Constitution of the American Hygienic and Hydropathic Association of Physicians and Surgeons: together with the list of officers, standing committees and members, proceedings of the first and second annual meetings, and the first annual report of the committee on hygiene : pbulished by order of the Association

71. The constitution, rules and regulations to be adopted and practiced by the members of the Friendly Botanic Society in New Hampshire and Massachusetts: together with the preparation of medicine and system of practice under the nature and operation of the four elements

72. Continuation Committee in Medicine and Allied Fields: Conference on Inter-American Relations in the Field of Education : minutes of meeting of March 8, 1940, room 399, Department of State

76. Defence of Hiram L. Chase, M.D., of Cambridge, before the Board of Trial of the Massachusetts Medical Society, December 22, 1874

81. Error of position: being a discussion of the ultra medical policy of the American Medical Association, as advocated by medical professors, Medicus and others : showing the policy to be adverse to the great interests and institutions of society, and the peace and prosperity of the nation

85. Fellows, After many unavoidable delays, chiefly incident to the recent formation of the Society, the transactions of the first annual meeting are now in print, and will be published before many days