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5. The virtues of common water, or, The advantages thereof, in preventing and curing many distempers: gathered from the writings of several eminent physicians, and also from more than forty years experience : to which is added some rules for preserving health by diet

6. An abstract from the account of the Asylum, or, House of Refuge, situate in the parish of Lambeth, in the county of Surry: instituted in the year 1758, for the reception of friendless and deserted orphan girls, the settlement of whose parents cannot be found

9. It was my original intention, in discussing the subject, not to advert to any particular instance of the Caesarian operation: but, in consequence of the intruduction of my name, and that of Mr. Ogden, into the account of the case lately published by Mr. Wood in the fifth volume of the Memoirs of the Medical Society of London, I feel myself called upon to say a few words in reply

17. A dissertation on the sources of malignant bilious, or yellow fever, and means of preventing it: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees & medical faculty, of the University of Pennsylvania, on the sixth day of June, 1799, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

24. 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

26. 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

32. 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

33. 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

36. An act for establishing an health office, for securing the city and port of Philadelphia, from the introduction of pestilential and contagious diseases

41. An account of the malignant fever, lalely [sic] prevalent in the city of New-York

42. A sermon, delivered February 5, 1799: recommended by the clergy of the city of New-York, to be observed as a day of thanksgiving, humiliation, and prayer, on account of the removal of a malignant and mortal disease, which had prevailed in the city some time before

43. A second address to the citizens of Philadelphia, containing additional proofs of the domestic origin of the malignant bilious, or yellow fever: to which are added, observations, intended to shew that a belief in that opinion, is calculated to lessen the mortality of the disease, and to prevent its recurrence

46. An inaugural thesis on jaundice: containing observations on the liver, and some of its diseases ; submitted to the examination of the Revd. John Ewing, S.T.P Provost, the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania ; on the 6th day of June, 1799, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine