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1. The American botanist, and family physician: in which the medical virtues of the mineral, animal and vegetable productions of North America are exhibited, together with their uses in the practice of physic and surgery : some of which are selected from Dr. Stearns, and other authors, but mostly original : comprehending a treatise upon the principal disorders of the climate, together with directions for preparing, compounding, and applying proper medicines for their cure : likewise, a large number of Indian discoveries in the medical art, never before published

2. Practical essay on typhous fever

4. On the sick headache

8. Lexicon medicum, or, Medical dictionary: containing an explanation of the terms in anatomy, physiology, practice of physic, materia medica, chemistry, pharmacy, surgery, midwifery, and the various branches of natural philosophy connected with medicine : selected, arranged, and compiled, from the best authors

10. Elements of phrenology

23. Conversations on chemistry: in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained and illustrated by experiments : to which are now added explanations of the text, questions for exercise, directions for simplifying the apparatus and a vocabulary of terms, together with a list of interesting experiments

24. American family physician: detailing important means of preserving health, from infancy to old age : the offices women should perform to each other at births, and the diseases peculiar to the sex, with those of children and of adults : with an appendix, containing hints respecting the treatment of domestic animals, and the best means of preserving fish and meat

29. The history of the tread-mill: containing an account of its origin, construction, operation, effects as it respects the health and morals of the convicts, with their treatment and diet. Also, a general view of the penitentiary system, with alterations necessary to be introduced into our criminal code, for its improvement