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1. An abstract of the methods of curing diseases of the eyes, legs and breasts: and on the cure of cancerous, scrophulous and other chronic diseases, by mild internal remedies : to which are added, observations on the dangerous effects of altering the accustomed diet of patients and the ill effects of salt water, hemlock, &c

4. An account of the tenia or long tape worm: and of the method of treating it as practised at Morat in Switzerland : being a translation of a memoir published at Paris entitled "Traitementcontre le tenia ou ver solitaire, pratiquè a Morat en Suisse, examinè et eprouvè a Paris, publiè ordre du roi"

5. Aristotle's master-piece compleated: in two parts : the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof : treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches, signs of insufficiency in men or women ... : the second part being A private looking-glass for the female sex

6. A disquisition on remedies which dissolve the stone, in the human bladder: wherein the different medicinal substances and compositions, recommended for this intention, are impartially scrutinized : and their respective lithontriptic virtues ascertained

9. The fourteenth edition of an essay, on the nature and cure of scrophulous disorders, commonly called the king's evil: deduced from long observation and practice : with additions : and above sixty cases : the remedies in them used, and occasional remarks : to which is prefixed a coloured plate of the herb vervain, and its root : published for the good of mankind, particularly the common people

11. 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

17. Observations on fevers: with an attempt to prove, that the dangerous symptoms and fatal effects, produced by those diseases, generally happen through a deficiency in the materia medica, and propositions for preventing those symptoms and effects, by a safe, easy and immediate cure