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106. Argument of Frank W. Jones before the Committee on Invalid Pensions of the House of Representatives: in the matter of the petition for relief of Mary N. De Haven, widow of Edwin J. De Haven, late Lieutenant, United States Navy, and Commander of the Grinnell Arctic Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin : delivered May 10, 1878

115. The army surgeon's manual: for the use of medical officers, cadets, chaplains, and hospital stewards : containing the regulations of the Medical Department, all general orders from the War Department, and circulars from the Surgeon-General's Office from January 1st, 1861, to April 1st, 1865

116. The army surgeon's manual: for the use of medical officers, cadets, chaplains, and hospital stewards : containing the regulations of the Medical Department, all general orders from the War Department, and circulars from the Surgeon-General's Office from January 1st, 1861, to July 1st, 1864

118. Arrangements for the care and treatment of sick and disabled seamen, and for the burial of deceased patients, of the marine-hospital service, made for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1878, in accordance with Department letter of August 30, 1877

132. Bacteriological investigations of diphtheria in the United States: a report in behalf of the American Committee on Diphtheria to the eighth International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, held in Budapest, September 1 to 9, 1894

140. A Bill for Creating a National Public Health Organization

141. A Bill to Prevent the Introduction of Contagious or Infectious Diseases into the United States, and to Establish a Bureau of Public Health

142. A Bill to Prevent the Introduction of Contagious or Infectious Diseases into the United States, and to Establish a Bureau of Public Health