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4. Uanita's secret

5. The little red book: new series

12. The baby

24. Good news for weak, debilitated men: the particulars of a simple and certain means of home-cure for those suffering from the effects of imprudence, excesses, wasting weakness, urinary diseases, lost vitality, nervous debility, early decay, loss of memory, despondency, gleet and premature old age : showing clearly how any one thus afflicted may speedily, cheaply and permanently restore themselves to health, strength and vigor by the use of Dr. Rudolphe's specific remedy

27. Sir, I beg leave to call your attention to a new medical discovery, for the cure of pulmonary consumption, which has but recently been introduced to the public of this country, under the name of Fousel's pabulum vitae

38. The Backus heater

54. An Essay on external appended remedies: occasioned by the very great increase of late years in the bills of mortality ... : in this essay therefore is clearly proved ... that by the wearing only of a certain anodyne necklace approved of and recommended to the world by Dr. Chamberlaine, children will easily breed, and presently cut their teeth without any pain ... women in labour be easily, presently and safely delivered : and most distempers of the head cured

57. Nature's assistant to the restoration of health: to which is added a short treatise on the venereal disease, recommending a safe, easy, and proper mode of treatment : also an essay on gleets, seminal weaknesses, and the destructive habit of self-pollution

58. Grana angelica, or, The true Scots pills: (left to posterity by Dr. Patrick Anderson of Edinburgh, physician to his Majesty King Charles the First, and constantly used as his ordinary physick by Charles the Second) are faithfully prepared only by James Inglish (son of David Inglish, deceased, and grandson of I. Inglish of Edinburgh) living at the Unicorn, no. 165, over-against the new church in the Strand, London

69. The inefficacy of all mercurial preparations in the cure of venereal and scorbutic disorders, proved from reason and experience: with a dissertation on Mr. de Velnos's vegetable syrup, which radically cures every species of the above disorders ; and an accurate analysis of that medicine ... ; to which are added, a refutation of Dr. Burrows's late scurrilous pamphlet

70. Monsieur Belloste's Hospital surgeon, as far as it treats of the gout, rheumatism, cholick, dropsy, stone, gravel, and venereal complaints: to which are added Dr. Sydenham's observations on the gout ; with proper notes on each ; this book is given gratis up one pair of stairs, at the sign of the famous anodyne necklace ... and at Mr. Bradshaw's Stoughton's, & Daffy's Elixir Ware-House

71. A hole to creep out at from the late Act of Parliament against geneva, and other spirituous liquors: by a new dram far better than gin, and a new punch, far wholesomer than either brandy, rum, or arrack punch ; this book given gratis up one pair of stairs, at the sign of this anodyne necklace over-against Devreux-Court, without Temple-Bar ; and at Mr. Bradshaw's Stoughton's, & Daffy's Elixir Ware-House, under the back piazza of the Royal Exchange

81. Toll gate no. 3

82. A guide to health, or, Advice to both sexes in a variety of complaints: with an essay on the venereal disease, gleets, seminal weakness, and that destructive habit called onanism : likewise, an address to parents, tutors, and guardians of youth

99. Our hobby