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5. Étude médicale de quelques questions importantes pour la Louisiane: et exposé succinct d'une endémie paludéenne, de forme catarrhale, qui a sévi à la Nouvelle-Orléans, particulièrement sur les enfants, pendant l'épidémie de fièvre jaune de 1858

16. History of the yellow fever in New Orleans, during the summer of 1853: with sketches of the scenes of horror which occurred during the epidemic : descriptions and beautiful illustrations of Charity Hospital and the public cemeteries, and especially of Potter's Field, and the method of burying the dead in Cypress swamp : to which is added the names of all persons who contributed to the funds of the Howard Association, in all parts of the United States, and the amount contributed by each person, with the official report of the doings of that society, &c

18. Reports to the St. Louis Medical Society on yellow fever: consisting of the report of the committee appointed to inquire into the relations of the epidemic of 1878 to the city of St. Louis, and a report on the meteorological conditions and etiology of yellow fever, and of certain other diseases associated with a high temperature, and on the treatment of yellow fever

32. Report of the Jacksonville Auxiliary Sanitary Association, of Jacksonville, Florida: covering the work of the association during the yellow fever epidemic, 1888

44. Circular

54. Joint Resolution Requesting Doctors Bemiss and Cochran and Engineer Hardie to Complete their Reports upon the Yellow-Fever Epidemic of Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-Eight for the Use of Congress

55. Joint Resolution Requesting Surgeon-General Woodworth to Complete the Reports of the Yellow-Fever Commission Organized by him to Investigate the Yellow-Fever Epidemic of Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-Eight, and to Present the Same, Together with the Completed Reports of the Board of Experts, for the Use of Congress

61. Epidemia de 1857

84. Yellow fever: nature and epidemic character caused by meteorological influences, verified by the epidemics of Shreveport and Memphis in 1873, by that of Savannah in 1876, by the great epidemic of the Mississippi Valley in 1878, and (in the appendix) by the one of Memphis in 1879

91. Reseña histórica de la epidemia del Perú en los años de 1853, 54, 55 y 56: con notas y observaciones : seguida del tratamiento ó método curativo eficaz y sencillo contra la fiebre amarilla, tifus, y demas afecciones pestilenciales : puesto al alcance de todos, y propio para que las familias se curen sin necesidad de médico