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18. First report of the Committee on Public Hygiene of the American Medical Association: read at the annual meeting, held in Boston, May 1849 : with an appendix containing sketches of the sanitary condition of the cities of Concord, Portland, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Lowell, Baltimore, Charleston, New Orleans, Louisville, and Cincinnati

19. The citizens and countryman's experienced farrier: containing a description of the symptoms and causes of the various diseases to which the horse is liable, and the most approved remedies, employed for cureing [sic] of the same : also, an experienced and approved method recommended in the raising of horses, as to their ordering, keeping, &c. also, of mares, colts, and stallions : to which is added, a list of the several drugs and herbs called for in this work, with their English and German names, and directions whiere they may be had

20. The committee appointed "to prepare a nomenclature of diseases adapted to the United States, having reference to a general registration of deaths," beg leave to submit the following report

23. Hygiene

26. On fractures

37. The heart-clot

39. A report of the New Haven County Medical Society, on the expediency of repealing that section of the medical laws of this state: which excludes irregular practitioners from the benefits of law in the collection of fees

55. On cyanosis, or Morbus Caeruleus

59. Homoeopathy vindicated, in a letter to J.V.C. Smith, editor of the Boston medical and surgical journal: containing a reply to his review of Drs. C. and L's "Epitome of homeopathic practice," with the acceptance of J.V.C. Smith's and C. A. Lee's challenges and the consequences

60. United States Institution for the treatment of cases of defective utterance: such as partial speechlessness, stuttering, stammering, hesitancy, weakness of voice, mis-enunciation, lisping, &c. &c. conducted by Mr. & Mrs. Chapman, No. 187, Pine Street, Philadelphia

63. Report of the trial of Abner Rogers, Jr: indicted for the murder of Charles Lincoln, Jr., late warden of the Massachusetts State Prison : before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, holden at Boston, on Tuesday, January 30, 1844

68. A report of the facts and circumstances relating to a case of compound fracture, and prosecution for mal-practice: in which William Smith was plaintiff, and Drs. Goodyear and Hyde were defendants, at Cortland Village, Cortland Co., N.Y., March, 1841 : comprising statements of the case by several medical gentlemen, together with notes and comments on the testimony

73. A narrative of the extraordinary case of George Lukins (of Yatton, Somersetshire) who was possessed of evil spirits, for near eighteen years: also an account of his remarkable deliverance, in the vestry-room of Temple Church, in the City of Bristol, extracted from the manuscripts of several persons who attended : to which is prefixed a letter from the Rev. W. R. W

77. Rules for the government of the American Medical Association, at its second annual meeting, held at Boston, May, 1849: prepared by order of the Committee of Arrangements, and in accordance with the by-laws of the Association : to which is added a list of officers for 1848-49, and of all the delegates whose credentials, from the various local societies in the United States, have been received by the Secretary

81. Clinical lectures on compound fractures of the extremities: on excision of the head of the thigh-bone, the arm-bone and the elbow-joint : on the diseases of the Peninsula : and on several miscellaneous subjects : delivered at the Westminster Hospital

89. Trial of Charles Getter, for the murder of his wife: late of Forks Township, Northampton County, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in the Court of Oyer and Terminer, and General Goal Delivery, held at Easton, in and for the county of Northampton, on the third Monday of August, anno Domini, 1833 : containing the arguments of counsel, at length

90. In Common Council May 31st, 1830: the special committee to whom was referred the resolutions of Alderman Stevens, relating to the supply of water by the Manhattan Company, presented the following report, which was laid on the table and directed to be printed for the use of the members, together with the resolutions of Ald. Stevens and the resolution of the Senate