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21752. The Woman's Hospital in 1874: a reply to the printed circular of Drs. E.R. Peaslee, T.A. Emmet, and T. Gaillard Thomas, addressed "To the medical profession," "May 5th, 1877"


21760. Woman's medical guide: being a complete review of the peculiarities of the female constitution and the derangements to which it is subject, with a description of simple yet certain means for their cure : also, a treatise on the management and diseases of children, with a description of a number of valuable medicinal plants and compounds for domestic use, and a glossary


21775. The Womens complaint against tobacco, or, An excellent help to multiplications: perspicuously shewing the annoyance that it brings to mankind, and the great deprivation of comfort and delight to the female sex, with a special and significant order set forth by the women for suppressing the general use thereof amongst their husbands, the finding that tobacco is the only enemy to pleasure and procreation as they now plainly make it appear in this their declaration