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1. A short account of the venereal disease: with observations on the nature, symptoms, and cure ... Together with some hints on the Practical Scheme ... To which is added, a short account of old gleets, and other weaknesses ... As also an account of specificks

2. An Essay on external appended remedies: occasioned by the very great increase of late years in the bills of mortality ... : in this essay therefore is clearly proved ... that by the wearing only of a certain anodyne necklace approved of and recommended to the world by Dr. Chamberlaine, children will easily breed, and presently cut their teeth without any pain ... women in labour be easily, presently and safely delivered : and most distempers of the head cured

5. The Attila of the gout

6. A plain and practical discovery of the nature and cause of the secret disease: to which is appended, The grand impostor discover'd ; being remarks upon The practical and philosophical scheme of the secret disease : wherein is made appear ... the insufficiency of that author's royal specifick, ... to perform any radical cure, &c

8. The poor man's physician, or the receipts of the famous John Moncrief of Tippermalloch: being a choice collection of simple and easy remedies for most distempers ... : to which is added, the method of curing the small pox and scurvy, by the eminent Dr. Archibald Pitcairn

10. Some observations on the case of the brethren of the Corporation of Barber Surgeons, Dublin: who petitioned the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and the Board of Aldermen against several arbitrary and illegal acts done in the said corporation, by John Wright and Richard Thompson, when masters thereof : and by John Conliff and William Lisle Wardens : who upon the demise of the said Thompson, in a very arbitrary and fraudulent manner pretended to elect William Hemming master of said corporation : together with a few reflections on the answer of John Wright, published by him in person, Saturday the 24th of January last