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10. 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 doctor's terms, the diseases of men, women, and children, and the latest and most approved means used in their cure and is expressly written for the use 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

16. A system of phrenology

17. Elements of phrenology

18. Principles of pathology and practice of physic

24. 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

27. A domestic guide to medicine: by which individuals, both male and female, are enabled to treat their own complaints with perfect safety : to this is prefixed a familiar treatise on the genuine Hygeian vegetable pills, or universal remedy of Dr. Ralph, showing its agreement with the prevailing doctrines of the Brit. College of Physicians and Surgeons, London and pointing out the principle on which this remedy is applicable, in one degree or other, to every disease, without exception, to which the human family is subject

33. An essay on the theory and treatment of fever and inflammation: according to the botanical or reformed system of physic and surgery, taught at the reformed medical institutions of New York City, and Worthington, Ohio : also, an examination and exposition of the effects of blood-letting, mercury and antimony, upon the human system, and of the impropriety of using them in the treatment of diseases : to which is added, a few observations on cholera

41. An inquiry into the claims of Doctor William Harvey to the discovery of the circulation of the blood: with a more equitable retrospect of that event : to which is added, an introductory lecture, delivered on the third of November 1829, in vindication of Hippocrates from sundry charges of ignorance preferred against him by the late Professor Rush

45. Irritable uterus

48. The ladies' medical oracle, or, Mrs. Mott's advice to young females, wives, and mothers: being a non-medical commentary on the cause, prevention, and cure of the diseases of the female frame : together with an explanation of her system of European vegetable medicine for the cure of diseases, and the patent medicated champoo bath : to which is added an explanation of the gift, and an exposition of the numerous fabricated reports , "a weak invention of the enemy."