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102. The practical family dentist: a popular treatise on the teeth, exhibiting the means necessary and efficient to secure their health and preservation : also, the various and pernicious practices which prevail in relation to dental treatment : with a variety of useful receipts for remedial compounds, designed for diseases of the teeth and gums

107. Aristotle's master-piece, completed: in two parts : the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof ... : the second part being a private looking glass for the female sex : treating of various maladies of the womb, and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each

111. The American farrier : adapted for the convenience of the farmer, gentleman, and smith: being a sure guide to prevent and cure all maladies and distempers that are incident to horses, of what kind soever : with a variety of other valuable things relating to them : and also, for the diseases incident to cattle

114. Homoeopathic domestic medicine

117. The married lady's companion: or, Poor man's friend; in four parts : I. An address to the married lady, who is the mother of daughters : II. An address to the newly married lady : III. Some important hints to the midwife : IV. An essay on the management and common diseases of children

120. The New-England farrier: being a compendium of farriery : in four parts : wherein most of the diseases to which horses, neat cattle, sheep and swine are subject, are treated of; with medical and surgical operations thereon : being the result of many years' experience : intended for the use of private gentlemen and farmers

123. The philosophical monitor: being an investigation of the causes, which diminish the moral and physical perfection of human society : in which many hereditary popular customs, generally supposed innocent, are shown to be productive of indigence, disease, and premature termination of life

124. The medical companion, or, Family physician: treating of the diseases of the United States, with their symptoms, causes, cure, and means of prevention : common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. : the management and diseases of women and children, a dispensatory, for preparing family medicines, and a glossary explaining technical terms : to which are added a brief anatomy and physiology of the human body, shewing, on rational principles, the cause and cure of disease : an essay on hygieine [sic], or the art of preserving health without the aid of medicine : an American materia medica, pointing out the virtues and doses of our medicinal plats ; also, the nurse's guide

129. Homoeopathic domestic medicine

130. Homoeopathic domestic medicine

133. Gunn's New domestic physician: or, Home book of health : a complete guide for families : giving many valuable suggestions for avoiding disease and prolonging life, and pointing out in familiar language the causes, symptoms, treatment and cure of the diseases incident to men, women and children, with the simplest and best remedies : also, describing minutely the properties and uses of hundreds of well-known medicinal plants

135. Shelton's American medicine: or improvement in uniting his new steam system, and the old practice of medicine : in which doctors' terms are explained, and the complaints of men, women and children, are treated of in a satisfactory manner ; and remedies suited to all climates, constitutions and circumstances of the American people ; the valuable practice and preparations of Dr. Isaac Wright, of Tennessee, are fully developed in this work ; it also contains a plain description of the whole human frame : with general rules for preserving health without the use of medicines ; and a choice collection of roots and plants, not explained in any other book ; and the practice is made perfectly safe, simple and convenient to alll capacities, with but little expense

137. Marrow of practical medicine, and family guide: containing a brief and accurate description of the character, causes, and symptoms of the diseases of men, women, and children, with the most appropriate treatment, without poison or bloodshed ; to which is added a description of medicinal plants and herbs, their medicial qualities, and appropriate doses, with plain and full direction for making the various compound medicines recommended for the cure of diseases, &c

138. 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

140. C. Hering's domestic physician

142. A new and improved system of medical botanical practice: also, a concise view of anatomy and surgery, containing a medical classification of the best vegetable productions, with the better mode of compounding and administering in the treatment of disease : to which is added a short treatise on obstetricks, and a medical glossary

145. The medical pocket book: containing a short but plain account of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the diseases incident to the human body; including such as require surgical treatment: together with the virtues and doses of medicinal compositions and simples : extracted from the best authors, and digested into alphabetical order

147. The planter's and mariner's 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. &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. To which are subjoined, a dispensatory, shewing how to prepare and administer family medicines, and a glossary, giving an explanation of technical terms

148. Annual diary of health, or, Family physician & druggist: containing the necessary theoretical and practical manner of preparing medicines and preserving or curing yourself of disease, at small cost and with promptitude, of all curable evils, and of giving relief to those who labor under chronic or incurable diseases

149. A domestic guide to medicine: by which individuals, both male and female, are enabled to treat their own complaints on a safe and easy principle : to this is prefixed a few remarks on the universal domestic medicine of the author (formerly the improved Hygeian pills) showing that this medicine is founded on the prevailing doctrines of the Brit. College of Physicians and Surgeons, London