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101. Report of the Committee appointed by the Philadelphia Medical Society, January 24, 1829: to take into consideration the propriety of that Society expressing their opinion with regard to the use of ardent spirits : and to frame such resolutions as they may deem proper

107. The family instructor, or Guide to health: containing the names and description of the most useful herbs and plants that are now in use, with their medicinal qualities annexed : also, a treatise on many of the lingering diseases to which mankind are subject, with new and plain directions respecting the management of the same : with a large list of recipes, which have been carefully selected from Indian prescriptions, and from those who were cured by the same after every other remedy had failed

109. Elements of medical jurisprudence

113. An eulogium in memory of the late Dr. Benjamin Rush, professor of the institutes and practice of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania: delivered and published at the request of the graduates and students of medicine in said university, in the Second Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, on Thursday, the 8th of July, 1813

117. The American botanist, and family physician: in which the medical virtues of the mineral, animal and vegetable productions of North America are exhibited, together with their uses in the practice of physic and surgery : some of which are selected from Dr. Stearns, and other authors, but mostly original : comprehending a treatise upon the principal disorders of the climate, together with directions for preparing, compounding, and applying proper medicines for their cure : likewise, a large number of Indian discoveries in the medical art, never before published

124. Skepticism

126. What is homœopathy?

130. Traité de phrénologie humaine et comparée: accompagné d'un magnifique atlas in-folio de 120 planches, contenant plus de 60 sujets d'anatomie humaine et comparée, d'une parfaite exécution

131. Traité de phrénologie humaine et comparée: accompagné d'un magnifique atlas in-folio de 120 planches, contenant plus de 60 sujets d'anatomie humaine et comparée, d'une parfaite exécution (Volume 1)

132. Traité de phrénologie humaine et comparée: accompagné d'un magnifique atlas in-folio de 120 planches, contenant plus de 60 sujets d'anatomie humaine et comparée, d'une parfaite exécution (Volume 2)

133. Traité de phrénologie humaine et comparée: accompagné d'un magnifique atlas in-folio de 120 planches, contenant plus de 60 sujets d'anatomie humaine et comparée, d'une parfaite exécution (Volume 3)

134. Traité de phrénologie humaine et comparée: accompagné d'un magnifique atlas in-folio de 120 planches, contenant plus de 60 sujets d'anatomie humaine et comparée, d'une parfaite exécution (Atlas)

137. Lectures on the physiology and diseases of the chest: including the principles of physical and general diagnosis : delivered during the spring seasons of 1836 and 1837, at the Anatomical School, Kinnerton Street, near St. George's Hospital

152. An inaugural dissertation on opium: embracing its history, chemical analysis and use and abuse as a medicine : submitted to the public examination of the trustees, and professors of the College of Physicians, and Surgeons of the University of the State of New York : John Augustine Smith, M.D. President : for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

161. The Indian vegetable family instructer: containing the names and descriptions of all the most useful herbs and plants that grow in this country, with their medicinal qualities annexed : also a treatise on many of the lingering diseases to which mankind are subject, with new and plain arguments respecting the management of the same, with a large list of recipes, which have been carefully selected from Indian prescriptions and from those very persons who were cured by the same after every other remedy had failed : designed for the use of families in the United States

171. The chirurgical works of Percivall Pott: with his last corrections : to which are added, a short account of the life of the author, a method of curing the hydrocele by injection, and occasional notes and observations (Volume 1)

172. The chirurgical works of Percivall Pott: with his last corrections : to which are added, a short account of the life of the author, a method of curing the hydrocele by injection, and occasional notes and observations (Volume 2)