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203. A short account of the salutary effect of Doctor Launey's medico condensed air: describing a few only of the disorders which have been cured thereby : together with a description of the beginning, the process and actual state of the complaints of the respective patients when they applied to the medical apparatus for relief

205. Sir, I beg leave to call your attention to a new medical discovery, for the cure of pulmonary consumption, which has but recently been introduced to the public of this country, under the name of Fousel's pabulum vitae

217. To our many friends!

218. Toll gate no. 3

224. A treatise on the human hair, and the formation of the skin: with directions for preserving them in a state of health ; with remarks relative to the treatment of children's hair, and important testimonies of the properties of the Tricopherous or Medicated Compound, which has been patronized and adopted by the most eminent of the faculty

225. Uanita's secret

231. The utility of the "Uterine supporter," as invented by Mrs. James Betts, of Philadelphia, in the cure of prolapsus uteri, &c &c: contained in various testimonials of eminent professors and practitioners, of Philadelphia, New York, Virginia, St. Louis, &c and in a lecture by William Harris, M.D., of Philadelphia ; also, a letter to a distinguished physician of Philadelphia

232. The utility of the "Uterine supporter," as invented by Mrs. James Betts, of Philadelphia, in the cure of prolapsus uteri, &c &c: contained in various testimonials of eminent professors and practitioners, of Philadelphia, New York, Virginia, St. Louis, &c, and in lecture by William Harris, M.D., of Philadelphia ; also, a letter to a distinguished physician of Philadelphia

233. Ventilation

236. Vulcanite rubber artificial limbs, arms and legs, moulded from life in form: adjustable sockets, lock-knee joint, slight lateral motion in ankle, corrugated side-knee joint, frictionless toe joint, velvet finish, and warranted of one-third less weight and twice as durable as the best wooden legs in use : without a string or ligament in arm or leg, all levers perfectly water proof