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2. Analysis of vinegar

6. A complete system of farriery, and veterinary medicine: containing a compendium of the veterinary art ... the anatomy and physiology of the foot, and the principles and practice of shoeing : with observations on stable management

10. Illustrated memoir of an eventful expedition into Central America, resulting in the discovery of the idolatrous city of Iximaya: in an unexplored region, and the possession of two remarkable Aztec children, Maximo (the boy) and Bartola (the girl), descendants and specimen of the sacerdotal caste (now nearly extinct), of the acnient Aztec founders of the ruined temples of that country

17. The botanic physician, or, Family medical adviser: being an improved system, found on correct physiological principles : comprising a brief view of anatomy, physiology, pathology, hygieine [sic], or art of preserving health : a materia medica, exclusively botanical, containing a description of more than two hundred and thiry of the most valuable vegetable remedies : to which is added a dispensatory, embracing more than two hundred recipes for preparing and administering medicine : the diseases of the United States, with their symptoms, causes, cures, and means of prevention : likewise, a treatise on the diseases peculiar to women and children

19. Have we the best possible ambulance system?: Reprinted from the Christian examiner, January 1864 : and published, for gratuitous distribution, by the committee of citizens who have in charge the sending of petitions to Congress for the establishment of a thorough and uniform ambulance system in the armies of the republic

26. An improved system of domestic medicine: founded upon correct physiological principles : comprising a complete treatise on anatomy and physiology, the practice of medicine, with a copious materia medica, and an extensive treatise on midwifery, embellished with over one hundred useful engravings, gotten up expressly for family use

28. The physiologist, or, Sexual physiology revealed: being mysteries and revelations in matters of great importance to the married and unmarried of both sexes, and useful hints to lovers, husbands, and wives : a complete guide to health, happiness, and personal beauty, containing such information as can be had by those only who have the advantage of a medical education : with practical remarks on manhood, with the causes of its premature decline, and modes of perfect restoration : economy and abuse of the generative organs, effects of excessive indulgence, love, courtship, and marriage, its proper season, directions for choosing a partner, mysteries of generation, causes and cure of barrenness, prevention of offspring, solitary practices, with their best mode of treatment, &c

32. The family almanac and guide to health

34. Gunn's domestic medicine, or, Poor man's friend, in the hours of affliction, pain and sickness: this book points out, in plain language, free from doctors' terms, the diseases of men, women, and children, and the latest and most approved means used in their cure, and is expressly written for the benefit of families in the western and southern states : it also contains descriptions of the medicinal roots and herbs of the southern and western country, and how they are to be used in the cure of diseases : arranged on a new and simple plan, by which the practice of medicine is reduced to principles of common sense

35. Essay on health

36. The family physician : or, Domestic medical friend: containing plain and practical instructions for the prevention and cure of diseases, according to the newest improvements and discoveries : with a series of chapters on collateral subjects : comprising every thing relative to the theory and principles of the medical art, necessary to be known by the private practitioner : the whole adapted to the use of those heads of families who have not had a classical or medical education

41. The ladies medical companion: containing, in a series of letters, an account of the latest improvements and most successful means of preserving their beauty and health ; of relieving the diseases peculiar to the sex, and an explanation of the offices they should perform to each other at births ; with engraved figures explanatory ; also, the best means of nursing, preventing and curing the diseases of children

44. Popular medicine, or, Family adviser: consisting of outlines of anatomy, physiology, and hygiene : with such hints on the practice of physic, surgery, and the diseases of women and children as may prove useful in families when regular physicians cannot be procured : being a companion and guide for intelligent principals of manufactories, plantations, and boarding-schools, heads of families, masters of vessels, missionaries, or travellers, and a useful sketch for young men about commencing the study of medicine

45. Gunn's Domestic medicine, or Poor man's friend: in the hours of affliction, pain and sickness ; this book points out, in plain language, free from doctor's terms, the diseases of men, women, and children, and the latest and most approved means used in their cure and is expressly written for the use of families in the western and southern states ; it also contains descriptions of the medicinal roots and herbs of the western and southern country, and how they are to be used in the cure of diseases : arranged on a new and simple plan, by which the practice of medicine is reduced to principles of common sense

46. The medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. With a dispensatory and glossary. To which are added, a brief anatomy of the human body; an essay on hygieine [sic] or the art of preserving health and prolonging life; an American materia medica, instructing country gentlemen in the very important knowledge of the virtues and doses of our medicinal plants; also, a concise and impartial history of the capture of Washington and the diseases which sprung from that most deplorable disaster

47. The medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, 1. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. 2. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, etc. 3. The complaints peculiar to women and children ; with a dispensatory and glossary ; to which are added, a brief anatomy of the human body ; an essay on hygieine [sic] or the art of preserving health and prolonging life ; and an American materia medica, instructing country gentlemen in the very important knowledge of the virtues and doses of our medicinal plants

48. Plain discourses on the laws or properties of matter: containing the elements or principles of modern chemistry : with more particular details of those practical parts of the science most interesting to mankind, and connected with domestic affairs : addressed to all American promoters of useful knowledge

49. Gunn's domestic medicine, or Poor man's friend. Shewing the diseases of men, women and children, and expressly intended for the benefit of families. Containing a description of the medicinal roots and herbs, and how they are to be used in the cure of diseases. Arranged on a new and simple plan

50. The house surgeon and physician: designed to assist heads of families, travellers, and sea-faring people, in discerning, distinguishing, and curing diseases : with concise directions for the preparation and use of a numerous collection of the best American remedies : together with many of the most approved, from the shop of the apothecary : all in plain English

51. Gunn's Domestic medicine, or, Poor man's friend: in the hours of affliction, pain and sickness ; this book points out, in plain language, free from doctors' terms, the diseases of men, women, and children, and the latest and most approved means used in their cure, and is intended expressly for the benefit of families in the western and southern states ; it also contains descriptions of the medicinal roots and herbs of the western and southern country, and how they are to be used in the cure of diseases : arranged on a new and simple plan, by which the practice of medicine is reduced to principles of common sense

52. The mother's own book and practical guide to health: being a collection of necessary and useful information designed for females only : derived from various sources during a period of twenty years practice : with practical advice, uniting the benefits of the old and new school practice in the treatment of female weakness, &c. &c. &c

53. A serious address, on the dangerous consequences of neglecting common coughs and colds, with ample directions for the prevention and cure of consumptions: to which are added, observations on the hooping cough and asthma

54. Every man his own physician: being a complete collection of efficacious and approved remedies for every disease incident to the human body ; with plain instructions for their common use

55. New guide to health, or, Botanic family physician: containing a complete system of practice, upon a plan entirely new ; with a description of the vegetables made use of, and directions for preparing and administering them to cure disease ; to which is prefixed A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of the author

60. The gentleman farrier's repository, of elegant and approved remedies for the diseases of horses: in two books ... ; with suitable remarks on the whole ; to which are now added ; observations on broken-winded horses, endeavouring to prove the seat of that malady not to be in the lungs

66. Gunn's domestic medicine, or, Poor man's friend in the hours of affliction, pain and sickness: this book points out, in plain language, free from doctors' terms, the diseases of men, women, and children and the latest and most approved means used in their cure, and is intended expressly for the benefit of families : it also contains descriptions of the medicinal roots and herbs of the United States and how they are to be used in the cure of diseases : arranged on a new and simple plan, in which the practice of medicine is reduced to principles of common sense

68. Arnold's medical companion for young men: containing the laws of physiology and health, and a history of every disease : its cause, prevention, and cure : also, a special lecture on organic generation : its philosophy, singularities, and derangements : containing many strange and useful facts on the subject of procreation

70. Domestic medicine, or, Medical vade mecum: a safe companion and guide for families, planters, commanders of ships or steamers, or any one who may require a true friend in time of need : this companion embraces, alphabetically arranged, the medicines in general use, the diseases and accidents of usual occurrence, the most useful articles of diet or drink for the sick or convalescent, with the best mode of preparing them, and numerous remarks in reference to bathing, exercise, and other hygienic measures to preserve health, to repair and strengthen an enervated constitution, and to cure disease

73. Esoteric anthropology

80. New guide to health, or, Botanic family physician: containing a complete system of practice, on a plan entirely new; with a description of the vegetables made use of, and directions for preparing and administering them, to cure disease, to which is added, a description of several cases of disease attended by the author, with the mode of treatment and cure

84. Abernethy's family physician, or, Ready prescriber in cases of illness and accident: where medical attendance is not desired or cannot be procured : containing the causes, symptoms and treatment of diseases, the proper remedies in burns, contusions, poisoning, and all varieties of physical casualties : forming a complete guide to the retention and recovery of health

86. A guide to health: or, Advice to both sexes, in nervous and consumptive complaints : with an essay on the scurvy, leprosy, and scrofula, also on a certain disease, seminal weakness, and a destructive habit of a private nature : to which is added, an address to parents, tutors, and guardians of youth, with observations on the use and abuse of cold bathing

87. Dr. Chase's recipes, or, Information for everybody: an invaluable collection of about eight hundred practical recipes ... to which have been added a rational treatment of pleurisy, inflammation of the lungs, and other inflammatory diseases, and also for general female debility and irregularities : all arranged in their appropriate departments

89. The families' new guide to health: giving a description of the diseases to which families are subject, and their treatment : also instructions how to prepare their medicines, and administer them with safety : with a history of the origin and progress of spasmodic cholera, and the most successful plan of treatment : together with an exposition of the Thomsonian preparations of medicine, as given in the New York medical and physical journal (vol.1, new series), taken from the original specification at the Patent Office

91. Domestic practice of medicine: an entirely new and original work, containing a minute and faithful description of the causes, symptoms, and treatment of diseases, and designed for the special use of heads of families, planters, emigrants, sailors, and all others, who are deprived of the immediate services of a physician

95. The art of preserving health

96. The spleen, and other poems

97. Domestic medicine : or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners : to which are added, Observations on diet ... : also, Advice to mothers, on the subject of their own health, and of the means of promoting the health, strength, and beauty of their offspring