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2. The Abernethian code of health & longevity, or, Every one's health in his own keeping: by the proper regulation of the stomach and bowels, in order to the attaining and securing those invaluable blessings : founded on the principles and practice of John Abernethy, Esq., F.R.S. : containing full rules for the application of this system, by suitable regimen, diet, and exercise : with an introductory view of the living functions of the animal economy, showing their mutual relation to each other, and how they severally depend on that part of the machine that influences and regulates the whole : concluding with some remarkable instances of longevity and its comparative estimate in different classes of society

6. Account of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason, near Frankford, Pennsylvania: with the statistics of the institution from its foundation to the 31st 12th month, 1838

8. An account of the imprisonment and sufferings of Robert Fuller, of Cambridge: who while peaceably and quietly and rationally in possession of his own house, was seized and detained in the M'Lean Asylum for the Insane, at Charlestown, Mass. 65 days, from June 24th, to August 28th, 1832, together with some remarks on that institution

14. Act for establishing a health office, and to secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the introduction of pestilential & contagious diseases, and for other purposes: passed January 29, 1818 : with its supplements, passed from 1821 to 1832

20. An act to incorporate medical societies for the purpose of regulating the practice of physic and surgery in Ohio: the constitution and by-laws of the General Medical Society, together with the uniform rules and regulations for the government of the district societies, and the proceedings of the General Medical Societies at its second biennial meeting, 1831

43. Address of the trustees of the University of Maryland, concerning the Medical Department of the institution, with an appendix containing the regulations for admission and graduation, the subjects taught by each professor, mode of instruction, &c., &c

46. Address on the truth, dignity, power and beauty of the principles of peace, and on the unchristian character and influence of war and the warrior: delivered in the Centre Church at New-Haven, during the session of the Legislature of Connecticut, at the request of the Connecticut Peace Society, on Sunday evening, the 6th of May, 1832

49. An address to the mayor, the aldermen, and inhabitants of New York: supplemental to Col. Clinton's report, on water : demonstrating, from the facts ascertained by the surveys, as well as others, the advantages of a Rock-Water Company, with banking privileges : appropriating the surplus to public baths, and cleansing streets : also a proposition to the Manhattan Company to fill the aqueduct with rock-water

68. The American dispensatory: containing the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine, together with the operations of pharmacy : illustrated and explained according to the principles of modern chemistry : to which are added toxicological and other tables, the prescriptions for patent medicines, and various miscellaneous preparations

69. The American dispensatory: containing the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine, together with the operations of pharmacy : illustrated and explained according to the principles of modern chemistry : to which are added toxicological and other tables, the prescriptions for patent medicines, and various miscellaneous preparations

70. The American lady's medical pocket-book, and nursery-adviser: containing rules for preserving the health of unmarried females, directions to pregnant and lying-in women, and an account of their diseases : together with instructions for the rearing of children from the hour of their birth, and an account of the diseases of infancy

83. An analysis of the mineral waters of Saratoga and Ballston: with practical remarks on their medical properties; together with a history of the discovery and settlement of these celebrated watering places, and observations on the geology and mineralogy of the surrounding country