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8. The town and country friend and physician: or, An affectionate address on the preservation of health, and the removal of disease on its first appearance : supposed to be delivered by a country physician to the circle of his friends and patients on his retiring from business : with cursory observations on the treatment of children, &c. Intended for the promotion of domestic happiness : in two parts

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9. The American medical guide for the use of families: in two parts : part 1st ; a materia medica ; being a treaties [i.e., treatise] on all the most useful articles used as medicine, including those which are the produce of our own country : part 2d therapeutics, or, the art of curing the various diseases of the human body : to which is added a short description of the constituent parts of the human body

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10. The dogmaticus, or, Family physician: founded on reason and experience : containing 1st. A brief anatomical description of the human body : 2nd. A treatment on the symptoms and cure of diseases : 3rd. The names and qualities of medical plants, and other medicines made use of in the healing art : 4th. Directions for preparing and compounding medicines, and their particular use : arranged and divided into sections and classes : together with directions for preserving health, and an explanation table : for the use of families and practitioners

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11. Formula of prescriptions, and various instructions: for the service and guidance of those who have applied, are applying, or shall apply, to the enemy to human diseases : to which is prefixed, a vindication, concerning the dietical abstinence, detecting the dangerous tendency of several articles forbidden as pernicious to the human body -- in which are included tobacco, salt and salted food, spirituous liquors, all sorts of spices, and coffee

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12. Formula of prescriptions, and various instructions: for the service and guidance of those who have applied, are applying, or shall apply, to the enemy to human diseases : to which is prefixed, a vindication, concerning the dietical abstinence, detecting the dangerous tendency of several articles forbidden as pernicious to the human body -- in which are included tobacco, salt and salted food, spirituous liquors, all sorts of spices, and coffee

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27. Domestic medicine: or, A valuable treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple medicines : with an appendix, containing a new dispensatory : for the use of private practitioners : to which are added, observations on the diet of the common people : recommending a method of living less expensive, and more conducive to health, than the present

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42. A treatise on the virtues and efficacy of the saliva, or fasting spittle: being conveyed into the intestines by eating a crust of bread, early in a morning fasting, in relieving the gout, scurvey, gravel, stone, rheumatism, &c., arising from obstructions : also, on the great cures accomplished by the fasting spittle, when externally applied to recent cuts, sore eyes, corns, warts, &c

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50. A concise exposition of the absurdity of the old-school system of practice in medicine: containing an epitome of the regular practice, with the character of the most important remedies employed : with a complete compendium of Eberle's medical practice, prepared with great labor and care, and the denunciations of the allopathic practice by the most popular authors : also, a comparative view of the allopathic and botanic or Thomsonian systems of practice, showing their comparative merits, with an address to the reformed or new-school practitioners

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