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3. The botanist & physician: containing a description of the principal active medicinal plants found in the middle and northern states of America, with directions relative to their preparation, administration & use in the cure of diseases : to which is prefixed, an outline of the Linnaean system of botany, intended as an introduction and glossary to the work : all designed for the use of families and the young student in botany

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11. 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 expressly written for the benefit of families in the western and southern states : it also contains descriptions of the medicinal roots and herbs of the southern and western 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

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23. Medical sketches of the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14: to which are added, surgical cases : observations on military hospitals : and flying hospitals attached to a moving army : also, an appendix, comprising a dissertation on dysentery ... and observations on the winter epidemic of 1815-16, denominated peripneumonia notha : as it appeared at Sharon and Rochester, State of Massachusetts

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29. 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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32. An inquiry into the various sources of the usual forms of summer & autumnal disease in the United States, and the means of preventing them: to which are added, Facts, intended to prove the yellow fever not to be contagious

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39. In Senate of the United States: January 10, 1817 read, and ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate : Treasury Department, January 9th, 1817; sir, In obedience to the resolution of the Senate of the 19th ult. relative to the administration of the fund for the relief of sick and disabled seamen, I have the honour to transmit the papers marked A and B

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40. A view of the soil and climate of the United States of America: with supplementary remarks upon Florida; on the French Colonies on the Mississippi and Ohio, and in Canada; and on the aboriginal tribes of America

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46. The American dispensatory, containing the operations of pharmacy: together with the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine; illustrated and explained, according to the principles of modern chemistry: comprehending the improvements in Dr. Duncan's second edition of the Edinburgh new dispensatory : the arrangement simplified, and the whole adapted to the practice of medicine and pharmacy in the United States : with several copperplates, exhibiting the new system of chemical characters, and representing the most useful aparatus

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49. In Senate of the United States, April 25, 1836, read, and ordered to be printed: Mr. Davis made the following report, with Senate bill No. 232 : the Committee on Commerce have considered the resolutions of Tennessee, Illinois, and Indiana, and sundry petitions, praying for the erection of marine hospitals on the Western waters, and now report as follows

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