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201. The afflicted man's companion, or A directory for persons and families, afflicted with sickness or any other distress: with directions to the sick, both under and after affliction ; also, directions to the friends of the sick, and others who visit them ; and likewise to all, how to prepare both for sickness and death ; and how to be exercised at the time of dying ; to which is added, a collection of comfortable texts of Scripture, very suitable for dying believers ; the choice sayings of eminent dying saints ; the author's last advice to his wife and children : and his dying words, written by himself, and found among his papers after his death

202. A view of ehe [sic] science of life: on the principles established in The elements of medicine, of the late celebrated John Brown, M.D. ; with an attempt to correct some important errors of that work ; and cases in illustration, chiefly selected from the records of their practice, at the General Hospital, at Calcutta

203. Proofs of the origin of the yellow fever, in Philadelphia & Kensington: in the year 1797, from the domestic exhalation ; and from the foul air of the snow Navigation, from Marseilles : and from that of the ship Huldah, from Hamburgh, in two letters, addressed to the governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

204. A dissertation on the cynanche maligna

206. A short account of the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the proceedings that took place on the subject in different parts of the United States ; to which are added, accounts of the plague in London and Marseilles ; and a list of the dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793

211. An inaugural experimental dissertation, being an endeavor to ascertain the morbid effects of carbonic acid gas, or fixed air, on healthy animals, and the manner in which they are produced: which, under the direction of the Rev. John Ewing, D.D. provost of the University of Pennsylvania, by the authority of the Board of Trustees, and with the approbation of the faculty, is submitted to the candid examination of the learned. 19th day of May, 1794 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

213. An inaugural dissertation on the effects of contagion upon the human body: being an attempt to ascertain its mode of operation, with a few observations on the proper method of preventing and curing febrile contagious diseases ; submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the medical professors and trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 19th day of May 1794

214. An inaugural dissertation on sleep and dreams: their effects on the faculties of the mind, and the causes of dreams ; submitted to the examination of the Rev. William Smith, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees and medical professors of the College of Philadelphia ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine : on the twenty-third day of June, A.D. 1791

218. An abridgment [sic] of the second edition of a work, written by Dr. Currie, of Liverpool in England: on the use of water, in diseases of the human frame ; and fever, opium, strong drink, abstinence from food, and the passages through the human skin ; with occasional remarks

224. An experimental inquiry into the properties of carbonic acid gas or fixed air: its mode of operation, use in diseases, and most effectual method of relieving animals affected by it ; being an inaugural thesis, submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the Trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the 12th day of May, 1797 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

225. The effect of the nitrous vapour, in preventing and destroying contagion: ascertained, from a variety of trials, made chiefly by surgeons of His Majesty's Navy, in prisons, hospitals, and on board of ships : with an introduction respecting the nature of the contagion, which gives rise to the jail or hospital fever ; and the various methods formerly employed to prevent or destroy this

226. An inaugural essay on the effects of cold upon the human body: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the medical professors and trustees, of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 12th day of May, 1797

228. A compendium of practical and experimental farriery, originally suggested by reason and confirmed by practice: equally adapted for the convenience of the gentleman, the farmer, the groom, and the smith ; interspersed with such remarks, and elucidated with such cases, as evidently tend to insure the prevention, as well as to ascertain the cure of disease

233. An inaugural dissertation on the scarlatina anginosa, as it prevailed in this city: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College in the state of New-York : William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president; for the degree of Doctor of Physic ; on the thirtieth day of April, 1793

236. An inaugural dissertation on the production of animal heat: read and defended at a public examination, held by the medical professors, before the Rev. Joseph Willard, S.T.D. L.L.D. president, and the governors of Harvard College, for the degree of Bachelor in Medicine, July 10, 1797

237. Tentamen medicum inaugurale, quaedam de asphyxia, ab aeris dephlogisticati, privatione oriunda, tradens: quod, deo maximo annuente, sub moderamine viri admodum Reverendi Johannis Ewing, S.S.T.P. [sic] Universitatis Pensylvaniensis praefecti ; nec non ex curatorum perillustrium auctoritate, et amplissimae facultatis medicae decreto, pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus, et privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis

240. An inaugural dissertation on the influenza: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the state of New-York, William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president ; for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the sixth day of May, 1794

243. A narrative of the proceedings of the black people, during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the year 1793: and a refutation of some censures, thrown upon them in some late publications

244. God glorified in his works of providence and grace: a remarkable instance of it, in the various and signal deliverances, that evidently appear to be wrought for Mrs. Mercy Wheeler, of Plainfield ; who was restored from extreme impotence, and long confinement ; published at the desire of many

245. Eine kurze Nachricht von dem bösartigen Fieber welches kürzlich in Philadelphia grassiret: nebst einer Erzählung der Maasregeln [sic] die desfals in den verschiedenen Theilen der Vereinigten Staaten genommen wurden ; diesen ist hinzugefüget, Nachrichten von der Pest in London und Marseille und eine Liste der Todten, vom ersten August bis in die Mitte des Decembers 1793

248. A short account of the origin, symptoms, and most approved method of treating the putrid bilious yellow fever, vulgarly called the black vomit: which appeared in the city of Havanna, with the utmost violence, in the months of June, July, and part of August, 1794

249. Address, &c

251. An inaugural dissertation on the suffocatio stridula, or croup: which, under the direction of the Reverend John Ewing, D.D. provost of the University of Pennsylvania ; by the authority of the Honourable Board of Trustees, and with the approbation of the respectable Faculty ; is submitted to their superior judgments, and to the candid examination of the learned, for a degree of Doctor of Medicine

252. A brief account of the epidemical fever which lately prevailed in the city of New York: with the different proclamations, reports and letters of Gov. Jay, Gov. Mifflin, the Health Committee of New York, &c. upon the subject : to which is added, an accurate list of the names of those who have died of the disease, from July 29, to Nov. 1

254. An inaugural dissertation, on the animating principle, or anima mundi: how afforded, and how acting in man ; and how acted upon in that disease commonly denominated, tetanus or lock-jaw ; read and defended at a publick examination, held by the medical professors, before the Rev. Joseph Willard, S.T.D. president, and the governors of the University at Cambridge, for the degree of Bachelor in Medicine ; July 3d. 1795

257. Longevity: being an account of various persons, who have lived to an extraordinary age, with several curious particulars respecting their lives ; the whole comprising an abridgement of longevity, as far as history extends in every quarter of the world, from the creation to the year 1792 ; authenticated by referential notes from authors of veracity

258. An inaugural dissertation on the cholera morbus: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the state of New-York, William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president; for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the sixth day of May, 1794

259. Remarks on the gaseous oxyd of azote or of nitrogene, and on the effects it produces when generated in the stomach, inhaled into the lungs, and applied to the skin: being an attempt to ascertain the true nature of contagion, and to explain thereupon the phenomena of fever

261. A treatise on the venereal disease

262. Report of the committee, appointed by the Medical Society, of the State of New-York, to enquire into the symptoms, origin, cause, and prevention of the pestilential disease, that prevailed in New-York during the summer and autumn of the year 1798

263. A chemico-physiological inaugural dissertation on carbone, or charcoal: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the state of New-York : William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president : for the degree of Doctor of Physic ; on the fifth day of May, 1795

265. An astronomical diary, kalendar, or almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1793: adapted to the horizon and meridian of New-Haven, lat. 41 deg. 19 min. north, and longit. 73 deg. 14 min. westward of the Royal Observatory, or Flamsted-House in Greenwich, according to the latest observations : but (without sensible error) may serve indifferently for all the towns in Connecticut, and the adjacent states

269. An inaugural dissertation on the dropsy: read and defended at a publick examination, held by the medical professors, before the Rev. Joseph Willard, S.T.D. president, and the governors of the University at Cambridge, for the degree of Bachelor in Medicine, July 3d. 1795

270. Short history of the yellow fever, that broke out in the city of Philadelphia, in July 1797: with a list of the dead; of the donations for the relief of the poor, and a variety of other interesting particulars

271. An inaugural dissertation on that grade of the intestinal state of fever known by the name of dysentery: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania ; on the 12th day of May, 1797 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

274. Observations on the emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the several addresses delivered to him, on his arrival at New-York, with additions: containing many curious and interesting facts on the subject, not known here, when the first edition was published : together with a comprehensive story of a farmer's bull

275. An inaugural dissertation on tetanus

276. The millenial door thrown open or, The mysteries of the latter day glory unfolded: in a discourse, delivered at East-Windsor, state of Connecticut, July Fourth, 1799 ; the twenty-third year of the declaration of the independence of the United States : in which event was laid the corner stone of the national temple, under whose auspices all worshippers of God are allowed full indulgence : and from which springs the temple of the living God, into whose bosom the nations of the earth are to bring their glory and their honor

278. Dr. Leib's patriotic speech, addressed to the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, February 24, 1796: throwing light on the most important proceedings of the federal government ; touching on the treaty with Great Britain ; and many other subjects, which materially concern every true friend to his country

281. The American oracle: comprehending an account of recent discoveries in the arts and sciences, with a variety of religious, political, physical, and philosophical subjects, necessary to be known in all families, for the promotion of their present felicity and future happiness

285. First lines of the practice of physic

288. Studies of nature

292. The case of the manufacturers of soap & candles in the city of New-York, stated and examined: to which are prefixed, the laws of the state of New-York, concerning infectious diseases ; with an addition, in form of an appendix ; containing, several documents and papers, relative to these subjects

294. An inaugural dissertation on the putrid ulcerous sore throat: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the trustees and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, for a degree of Doctor in Medicine, on the 8th day of May, 1793

295. A concise economical plan of the family medical institution for administring advice and medicines: to families and individuals, possessing small fortunes and moderate incomes : upon liberal, safe, honorable and easy terms, at their own habitations intended to operate as a security from dangerous delays, unscientific bewildered practice, and injudicious prescription