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82. The Indian doctor's dispensatory: being Father Smith's advice respecting diseases and their cure : consisting of prescriptions for many complaints : and a description of medicines, simple and compound, showing their virtues and how to apply them : designed for the benefit of his children, his friends and the public, but more especially the citizens of the western parts of the United States of America

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87. Institution for the cure of consumption in its middle or incipient stage, scrofula in all its various forms, cancerous tumors in their incipient stage, cutaneous diseases, liver complaints, rheumatism, gout, asthma, debility, and all disorders arising from derangment of the digestive organs: by means of American vegetable remedies, a suitable plan of diet and regimen, and Whitlaw's patent medicated vapor baths

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93. The ladies' medical oracle, or, Mrs. Mott's advice to young females, wives, and mothers: being a non-medical commentary on the cause, prevention, and cure of the diseases of the female frame : together with an explanation of her system of European vegetable medicine for the cure of diseases, and the patent medicated champoo bath : to which is added an explanation of the gift, and an exposition of the numerous fabricated reports , "a weak invention of the enemy."

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94. The lady's own book, or, Female safeguard: containing moral checks to population and a complete practical midwife : it also treats of generation, sterility, impotency, female complaints, the diseases of infants and children, a glossary or medical dictionary, a dispensatory of all the medicines recommended in this work, and many valuable recipes, purely upon reformed medical principles, written in a plain, yet chaste, style, and on moral principles for families and females

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