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101. An inaugural dissertation on absorption

110. A dissertation on the mineral waters of Saratoga: containing, a topographical description of the country, and the situation of the several springs ; an analysis of the waters, as made upon the spot, together with remarks on their use in medicine, and a conjecture respecting their natural mode of formation : also, a method of making an artificial mineral water, resembling that of Saratoga, both in sensible qualities and in medicinal virtue

111. An inaugural essay on the yellow fever, as it appeared in this city in 1795: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the state of New-York, William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president, for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 3d of May, 1797

113. An inaugural essay on inflammation

115. A compendium of practical and experimental farriery: originally suggested by reason and confirmed by practice, equally adapted for the convenience of the gentleman, the farmer, the groom, and the smith ; interspersed with such remarks, and elucidated with such cases, as evidently tend to insure the prevention, as well as to ascertain the cure of disease

122. An inaugural dissertation on opium: submitted to the examination of John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; and to the trustees and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine : on the second day of May, A.D. 1792

123. The medical pocket-book: containing a short but plain account of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the diseases incident to the human body : including such as require surgical treatment : together with the virtues and doses of medicinal compositions and simples ; extracted from the best authors, and digested into alphabetical order

125. The medical pocket-book: for those who are, and for all who wish, to be, physicians ; containing a short but plain account of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the diseases incident to the human body : including such as require surgical treatment : together with the virtues, and doses, of medicinal compositions, and simples ; extracted from the best authors, and digested into alphabetical order

128. An inaugural dissertation, containing an enquiry into the existence of the living principle and causes of animal life: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the medical professors and trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

129. Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute diseases, or upon any sudden inward or outward accident ; with a table of the most cheap, yet effectual remedies, and the plainest directions for preparing them readily

130. Memoirs of the yellow fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia, and other parts of the United States of America, in the summer and autumn of the present year, 1798: including, tables of the weather, and the daily returns of the sick and dead ; the proceedings of the Board of Health, and Guardians of the Poor ; with the various events of each day, noted at the time of their occurrence ; and the publications which appeared in the different newspapers, during the continuance of the disease, dissections at Boston, &c. &c. ; to which is added, a collections of facts respecting the origin of the fever

135. The medical pocket-book: containing a short but plain account of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the diseases incident to the human body. Including such as require surgical treatment : together with the virtues and doses of medicinal compositions and simples ; extracted from the best authors, and digested into alphabetical order

136. An inaugural dissertation, being an attempt to disprove the doctrine of the putrefaction of the blood of living animals: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees, and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine ; on the 8th. day of May, A.D. 1793

139. A treatise on the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever: as it lately appeared in the city of Philadelphia ; exhibiting a concise view of its rise, progress and symptoms, together with the method of treatment found most successful ; also remarks on the nature of its contagion, and directions for preventing the introduction of the same malady, in future

140. An inaugural dissertation on the causes which produce a predisposition to phthisis pulmonalis, and the method of obviating them: submitted to the examination of the Rev. William Smith, S.T.P. provost, the trustees and medical professors of the College of Philadelphia, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the twenty-second day of October, 1790

141. Plain concise practical remarks on the treatment of wounds and fractures: to which is added, a short appendix on camp and military hospitals ; principally designed for the use of young military surgeons, in North-America

142. A system of surgery (Volume 2)

143. A system of surgery (Volume 1)

144. A system of surgery (Volume 4)

145. A system of surgery (Volume 3)

146. A system of surgery

147. An inaugural dissertation, on the rheumatic state of fever: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost : the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania ; on the 12th May, 1797 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

148. An inaugural dissertation on general dropsy: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.D. provost, the trustees and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 8th day of May, 1793