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227. The early history of the New Hampshire Medical Institution, with a sketch of its founder, Nathan Smith, A.M., M.D., professor of medicine: being a lecture introductory to the eighty-third course of medical lectures at Dartmouth College, July 31, 1879, and read by request before the New Hampshire Medical Society at their semi-annual meeting, at Hanover, Sept. 17, 1879

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238. An eulogium in commemoration of Doctor Caspar Wistar, late president of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge: delivered before the Society, pursuant to their appointment, in the German Lutheran Church in Fourth Street, in the city of Philadelphia, on the 11th day of March,1818

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240. An eulogium in memory of the late Dr. Benjamin Rush, professor of the institutes and practice of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania: delivered and published at the request of the graduates and students of medicine in said university, in the Second Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, on Thursday, the 8th of July, 1813

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247. An eulogium upon Benjamin Rush, M.D., professor of the institutes and practice of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania: who departed this life April 19, 1813, in the sixty-ninth year of his age : written at the request of the Medical Society of South Carolina, and delivered before them and others, in the Circular Church of Charleston, on the 10th of June, 1813, and published at their request

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274. A few passages in the life of Dr. Francis Tumblety, the Indian herb doctor: including his experience in the old Capitol Prison, to which he was consigned with a wanton disregard to justice and liberty, by order of Edwin Stanton, Secretary of War : also journalistic and documentary vindication of his name and fame, and professional testimonials respectfully inscribed to the American public

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