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166. Poisoned wounds: their distinctive features, classification : with remarks upon the classes, and a special treatise upon the nature and treatment of the wounds resulting from the bites of venomous reptiles, experiments, &c. : being a report of a committee to the Medical Association of Missouri

167. Popular medicine, or, The American family physician: a work in which the principles and practice of medicine are familiarly explained : comprising a complete and comprehensive description of diseases, with full and definite directions for their treatment : the properties of many new and important medicines, with their doses and mode of administration, are accurately described : designed for general use and adapted to all climates

170. A practical treatise on medical inhalation, or, The direct and local application of remedies to the air passages: with cases demonstrating its palliative and curative power in consumption, bronchitis, asthma, and other diseases of the respiratory organs : the opinions of Rush, Scudamore, Eberle, Mudge, Crichton, Thomas, Corrigan, Ramadge, and the author will be fully and fairly presented

192. Report of a trial for alleged mal-practice, against Dixi Crosby, M.D., Professor of Surgery, &c. in the Dartmouth Medical College: in the Windsor County Court, at Woodstock, May term, 1854 : verdict for defendant

194. Report of the Committee Appointed to Visit and Examine the Library, the Philosophical Apparatus, the Medical, Chemical, and Anatomical Departments of Harvard University, for the year 1853-4

197. Report of the Select Committee of the Senate relative to the affairs of the State Lunatic Hospital of Pennsylvania: in the Senate, March 29, 1854

200. [Reports of the majority and of the minority of the Select Committee, on so much of the Governor's message as relates to intemperance and the sale of intoxicating drinks]