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2. An account of the malignant fever, which prevailed in the city of New-York, during the autumn of 1805: Containing, 1. The proceedings of the Board of Health ... : 2. The rise, progress, and decline of the late epidemic : 3. An account of the Marine and Bellevue Hospitals ... : 4. Record of deaths, &c. &c. : 5. Opinion of several eminent physicians, respecting the cause of malignant fever ... : 6. The situation of the convicts in the state-prison ... : 7. Desultory observations andreflections. : 8. The various modes of cure

3. An accurate list of persons who have died of the malignant fever in this city: including those at Bellevue, &c. from July 29, to October 29, with the date of their deaths, also of the different places where the deaths occurred, and the number that died in each street

12. An inaugural essay, on the inflammatory bilious fever: as it appeared in the vicinity of Lancaster, in the summer and autumn of 1804 : for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, submitted to the examination of the Reverend John Andrews ..., the Trustees, and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, on the 21st day of April, 1806

14. 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

20. An oration on the causes of the difference, in point of frequency and force, between the endemic diseases of the United States of America, and those of the countries of Europe : delivered, by appointment, to the "Philadelphia Medical Society," on the fifth day of February, 1802