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11. Nature's assistant to the restoration of health in a variety of complaints: to which is added, An address to parents, tutors, and schoolmasters, with advice to young men and boys, respecting a destructive habit of a private nature

13. The adventures of Mrs. Tend----: being an impartial answer to a letter to her friend : in which are exhibited some remarks worthy the attention of the curious, her conduct with that of Tend----'s fairly laid open, the injured characters vindicated, and submitted to the public : also letters which passed between them, with some moral reflections

14. 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 : of the infusion of the soul : of the likeness of children to parents : of monstrous births : the cause and cure of the green-sickness : a discourse of virginity, diretions and cautions for midwives : of the organs of generation in women, and the fabrick of the womb : the use and actions of the genitals, signs of conception, and whether of a male or female : with a word of advice to both sexes, in the act of copulation : and the pictures of several monstrous births, &c : the second part, being A private looking-glass for the female-sex : treating of the various maladies of the womb, and all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each : the whole being more correct, than any thing of this kind hitherto published

16. 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

18. A short essay on the virtues of Dr. Norris's drops for fevers: to which are added, letters and certificates of many extraordinary cures, among a great number of others not make publick, incontestibly proving their sovereign efficacy in fevers, &c