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304. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 4)

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314. The medical pocket book: containing a short but plain account of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the diseases incident to the human body; including such as require surgical treatment: together with the virtues and doses of medicinal compositions and simples : extracted from the best authors, and digested into alphabetical order

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326. Modern domestic medicine: being a treatise divested of professional terms on the nature, causes, symptoms, and treatment of the diseases of men, women, and children, in both cold and warm climates : with appropriate prescriptions in English : the whole preceded by practical rules for the preservation of health, the best means for invigorating the human body and prolonging life, and the mode of preventing the extension of infectious disorders, as also of annihilating contagion

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327. A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson: containing an account of his system of practice, and the manner of curing disease with vegetable medicine, upon a plan entirely new ; to which is prefixed an introduction to his New guide to health, or Botanic family physician ; containing the principles upon which the system is founded, with remarks on fevers, steaming, poison, ect. [sic]

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331. New and enlarged edition of Dr. Buchan's Domestic medicine: or a treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple medicines : with the latest corrections and improvements, and full directions in regard to air, exercise, bathing, clothing, sleep, diet, &c. &c. and the general management of the diseases of women and children : to which is annexed a complete family dispensatory, for the use of private practitioners

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359. The planter's and mariner's medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. To which are subjoined, a dispensatory, shewing how to prepare and administer family medicines, and a glossary, giving an explanation of technical terms

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360. The planter's and mariner's medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. To which are subjoined, a dispensatory, shewing how to prepare and administer family medicines, and a glossary, giving an explanation of technical terms

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363. Popular medicine, or, Family adviser: consisting of outlines of anatomy, physiology, and hygiene : with such hints on the practice of physic, surgery, and the diseases of women and children as may prove useful in families when regular physicians cannot be procured : being a companion and guide for intelligent principals of manufactories, plantations, and boarding-schools, heads of families, masters of vessels, missionaries, or travellers, and a useful sketch for young men about commencing the study of medicine

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373. Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum improved: or, A dictionary of the terms employed in medicine, and in such departments of chemistry, natural philosophy, literature, and the arts, as are connected therewith : containing ample explanations of the etymology, signification, and use of those terms : from the 11th London edition : with many amendments and additions, expressive of discoveries lately made in Europe and America : copy-right secured

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381. Shelton's American medicine: or improvement in uniting his new steam system, and the old practice of medicine : in which doctors' terms are explained, and the complaints of men, women and children, are treated of in a satisfactory manner ; and remedies suited to all climates, constitutions and circumstances of the American people ; the valuable practice and preparations of Dr. Isaac Wright, of Tennessee, are fully developed in this work ; it also contains a plain description of the whole human frame : with general rules for preserving health without the use of medicines ; and a choice collection of roots and plants, not explained in any other book ; and the practice is made perfectly safe, simple and convenient to alll capacities, with but little expense

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396. The treasure of health, or A wonderful collection of the most valuable secrets in medicine: for the cure of all diseases, wounds, and other accidents to which the human body is subject, with the method of preparing, and instructions for using, the necessary remedies ; also, the best preservatives against the plague, pestilential fevers, small pox, and other kinds of contagious diseases ; discovered, after much research and experience, by the mos[t] skilful [sic] physicians in Europe, and employed with the greatest success, and unknown till the present time in the United States ; carefully collected by a benevolent society in Europe

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398. A treatise on domestic medicine: pointing out, in plain language, and as free from professional terms as possible, the nature, symptoms, causes, probable terminations, and treatment of all diseases incident to men, women, and children, in both cold and warm climates : as also, appropriate prescriptions in English, and the doses of medicine which are suitable to different ages : including likewise effectual means for preventing the extension of all infectious diseases, and annihilating the power of every kind of contagion, and rules for enabling Europeans who visit a warm climate to escape the yellow fever, and long enjoy a good state of health

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400. A treatise on febrile diseases: intermitting, remitting, and continued fevers ; eruptive fevers ; inflammations ; hemorrhagies ; and the profluvia ; in which an attempt is made to present ... whatever ... it is requisite for the physician to know, respecting the symptoms, causes, and cure of those diseases ; with experimental essays, on certain febrile symptoms, on the nature of inflammation, and on the manner on [sic] which opium and tobacco act on the living animal body

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