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1. Proceedings of the Medical Class of the University of Pennsylvania, which led to the employment of a distinguished artist to make a portrait of Dr. Physick: subsequently presented to the Medical Faculty : also, a brief sketch of the address delivered on the occasion by the students, and a condensed report of the sentiments expressed in reply by Dr. Horner and Dr. Hare

2. Animal magnetism: report of Dr. Franklin and other commissioners, charged by the King of France with the examination of the animal magnetism as practised at Paris : translated from the French, with an historical outline of the "science", an abstract of the report on magnetic experiments made by a committee of the Royal Academy of Medicine in 1831, and remarks on Col. Stone's pamphlet

7. 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

16. 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