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48. Address of the president, C.H. Hughes, M.D., St. Louis, Mo., at the banquet in honor of the first Pan-American Medical Congress: given by the American Medical Editors' Association at the Arlington, Washington, U.S.A., Sept. 4, 1893

54. An address read at the first meeting of the American Academy of Medicine, by the secretary, R. Lowry Sibbet, A.B., M.D., in Philadelphia, September 6, 1876: on the necessity of an organization which shall encourage a higher standard of qualifications in the medical profession in the United States

62. The American Academy of Medicine: thirteenth annual meeting, held at the Leland Hotel, Chicago, on Wednesday and Thursday, November 13 and 14, 1889 : Dr. Leartus Connor, of Detroit, in the chair

63. The American Association for the Relief of the Misery of Battle Fields: a central national committee, auxiliary to the "Comité internationale de sécours aux militaires blessés", constituted by an international conference at Geneva, Switzerland, in Oct., 1863 : its constitution, with a sketch of the international movement for the amelioration of suffering among the sick and wounded of armies in the field

67. The American Medical Association and the Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America: this pamphlet is especially addressed to those bodies which were represented in the National Convention for Revising the Pharmacopoeia, and which are represented in the American Medical Association and the American Pharmaceutical Association

75. American ovariotomies

82. Anaesthetics: brief of points and proofs in support of petitions, memorials, resolutions and letters, from a large number of the American Medical Association, scientific societies, professors and surgeons of the principal colleges and hospitals, surgeons, officers and wounded soldiers of the Federal Army, &c. : laid before the Committee of Ways and Means, and to whom the subject had been referred by a joint resolution of the House, March 1864, urging compensation for the use of anaesthetics in the army and navy : report of the Committee of the Senate on Military Affairs and the Militia, 3d session, 37th Congress, no. 89

100. An appendix to and a continuation of a brief essay upon omnipathy: Dr. Greene's circular containing startling assertions concerning the practice of medicine : a review of medical mistakes and references to the causes of so many premature deaths, and how to get well, (without making an apothecary shop of your stomach) by the application of medicines on the outside of the body, being an epitome of his experiences during a practice of 43 years ; and also being a partial exposition of his methods of curing diseases, in his rapid and cheap manner, also containing the names of person cured