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2. Consumption curable: and the manner in which nature as well as remedial art operates in effecting a healing process in cases of consumption, explained and illustrated by numerous remarkable and interesting cases : to which is added a mode of treatment, by which the development of tubercles may be prevented in persons liable thereto, from hereditary predisposition, or a bad state of the system induced by various causes


34. The principles of diagnosis


36. Tea and coffee


39. Domestic homoeopathy


56. Gunn's domestic medicine, or, Poor man's friend: describing, in plain language, the diseases of men, women, and children, and the latest and most approved means used in their cure, designed especially for the use of families : it also contains descriptions of the medical roots and herbs of the United States, 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


70. Outlines of human pathology


81. Outlines of general pathology


85. Vademecum do cirurgião, ou, Tratado de symptomas, causas, diagnosis, prognosis e tratamento das molestias cirurgicas e cuas correspondentes operações: incluindo o diccionario etymologico dos termos da arte a pharmacopea cirurgica, ou selecção de formulas adaptadas áo uso interna, e externa : em que se descrevem o uso, virtude, e dóse dos remedios nas molestias a que se fazem applicaveis : com um appendice ou breve tratado de cirurgia forense ou legal


92. Our benevolent institutions : a discourse occasioned by the death of Julius R. Friedlander, principal of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Blind, and delivered, Sunday, March 24, 1839