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2. The Abernethian code of health & longevity, or, Every one's health in his own keeping: by the proper regulation of the stomach and bowels, in order to the attaining and securing those invaluable blessings : founded on the principles and practice of John Abernethy, Esq., F.R.S. : containing full rules for the application of this system, by suitable regimen, diet, and exercise : with an introductory view of the living functions of the animal economy, showing their mutual relation to each other, and how they severally depend on that part of the machine that influences and regulates the whole : concluding with some remarkable instances of longevity and its comparative estimate in different classes of society

5. Address in otology

6. Address on hygiene

11. The American botanic medical family instructor: founded upon the theory and practice of vegetable medicines, with remarks on the different practices of medicine, and natural laws : anatomy and physiology, and the preservation of health, a description of medical plants, and the art of compounding medicines, and a general treatment of diseases, compiled from various sources, particularly designed for family use

12. American family physician: detailing important means of preserving health, from infancy to old age : the offices women should perform to each other at births, and the diseases peculiar to the sex, also those of children and adults : with an appendix containing hints respecting the treatment of domestic animals, and the best means of preserving fish and meat

13. American family physician: detailing important means of preserving health, from infancy to old age : the offices women should perform to each other at births, and the diseases peculiar to the sex, with those of children and of adults : with an appendix, containing hints respecting the treatment of domestic animals, and the best means of preserving fish and meat

14. The American lady's medical pocket-book, and nursery-adviser: containing rules for preserving the health of unmarried females, directions to pregnant and lying-in women, and an account of their diseases : together with instructions for the rearing of children from the hour of their birth, and an account of the diseases of infancy

22. Arnold's medical companion for young men: containing the laws of physiology and health, and a history of every disease : its cause, prevention, and cure : also, a special lecture on organic generation : its philosophy, singularities, and derangements : containing many strange and useful facts on the subject of procreation

24. The art of invigorating and prolonging life by food, clothes, air, exercise, wine, sleep, &c. and peptic precepts: pointing out agreeable and effectual methods to prevent and relieve indigestion, and to regulate and strengthen the action of the stomach and bowels : to which is added, the pleasure of making a will

25. The art of invigorating and prolonging life: by food, clothes, air, exercise, wine, sleep &c. and peptic precepts, pointing out agreeable and effectual methods to prevent and relieve indigestion, and to regulate and strengthen the action of the stomach and bowels ; suaviter in modo, fortiter in re : to which is added, the pleasure of making a will ; finis coronat opus

26. The art of preserving health

27. The art of preserving health

33. Beauty and hygiene

38. The book of knowledge: treating of the wisdom of the ancients : in four parts : I. Shewing the various and wonderful operations of the signs and planets ... on the bodies of men, &c. II. Prognostications for ever necessary to keep the body in health; with several choice receipts in physic and surgery. III. An abstract of the art of physiognomy and palmestry ... IV. The farmer's calendar

46. The by-laws and orders of the town of Boston: passed at a legal town-meeting, May 22, 1801 : and duly approved by the Court of Sessions : together with the rules and regulations of the Board of Health : also, Sundry laws of the Commonwealth relating to town affairs

48. The catechism of health

65. Comprehensive anatomy, physiology, and hygiene: adapted for schools, academies, colleges and families : containing brief directions for illustrative dissections of mammals, for elementary work with the microscope, for physiological demonstrations of the human body, and for the management of emergent cases

71. Curso elemental de hijiene

77. Directions for invigorating and prolonging life, or, The invalid's oracle: containing peptic precepts, pointing out agreeable and effectual methods to prevent and relieve indigestion, and to regulate and strengthen the action of the stomach and bowels

79. A dissertation on the mutual influence of habits and disease: submitted as an inaugural thesis, to the examination of the Reverend John Andrews ..., the Trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the fifthe day of June, 1804 : for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

80. The doctor's advice : or how, when, and what to eat and drink, how to secure good health and long life, how to prevent and treat disease, what mothers and nurses ought to know : how to care for the baby, and give to our boys and girls the best moral, mental, and physical culture, when and whom to marry, how to choose a wife or husband, and how to be happy

83. Dr. Foote's hand-book of health-hints and ready recipes: comprising information of the utmost importance to everybody, concerning their daily habits of eating, drinking, sleeping, dressing, bathing, working, etc. : together with many useful suggestions on the management of various diseases, recipes for relief of common ailments, including some of the private formulae of Dr. Foote and other physicians of high repute, and directions for preparations of delicacies for invalids as pursued in the best hospitals in this country and Europe

85. Duty of teachers

99. An epistle to a friend, on the means of preserving health, promoting happiness: and prolonging the life of man to its natural period : being a summary view of inconsiderate and useless habits that derange the system of nature, thereby causing premature old age and death : with some thoughts on the best means of preventing and overcoming disease