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10. Analysis of the Rockbridge Alum Springs in Virginia: with some account of their history, and the properties of the water in letters of eminent physicians and other gentleman : to which are added a few certificates, out of many, in the various forms of disease which have been cured by these waters

11. Analysis of the Rockbridge alum springs, in Virginia: with some account of their history, and the properties of the water, in letters of eminent physicians and other gentlemen : to which are added a few certificates, out of many, in the various forms of disease which have been cured by these waters

15. A brief notice of a portion of a work by William Burke, entitled "The mineral springs of western Virginia": with preliminary remarks on the relative virtues of the saline and gaseous contents of the white sulphur water

16. Buffalo Lithia Springs, Mecklenburg County, Virginia: health primer : gouty or uric-acid diathesis, inflammations of the bladder and kidneys, Bright's Disease, disorders of the stomach and nervous system, affections peculiar to women, malarial poisoning, &c. : this water as a table water : testimonials of well-known medical experts : statements of Hon. Roscoe Conkling, of New York, and Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Georgia

17. Buffalo Lithia Springs, Mecklenburg County, Virginia: health primer : stone in the bladder (in which this water is the only known solvent), Bright's disease of the kidneys, gout, rheumatic gout, rheumatism, disorders of the stomach and nervous system, affections peculiar to women, eczema, acne, and other facial eruptions

18. The Buffalo Lithium Springs of Virginia: nature's own remedy for Bright's disease, chronic inflammation of and stone in the bladder, gouty and rheumatic affections, and all diseases dependent upon a uric acid diathesis, nervous disorders, dyspepsia, affections peculiar to women, albuminuria and dropsical effusion, eczema, &c. &c

21. Conference on the Department of Reconditioning School for Personnel Services

24. Descriptive catalogue of anatomical and surgical preparations in wax, papier-mâché, and leather: with a valuable and rare cabinet of original specimens of bones, illustrating an interesting series of diseases, casualties, and malformations; also, a collection of oil paintings of anatomical and pathological subjects, by Sully

27. An essay, on the mineral properties of the Sweet Springs of Virginia: and conjectures respecting the processes of their production by nature, together with hints relative to an artificial formation of similar medicinal waters : to which are added, a few concise strictures on a treatise, composed by John Rouclle [sic] ... on the same subject

28. Fairfax County's commitment: a housing and health continuum for seniors : site visit report

29. Falls Church

62. Officers and soldiers of the Sixth Va. Vol. Infantry: having been appointed your surgeon, and bearing in mind that it is the number of bayonets in the field, and not names on the muster roll, is the strength of an army, I come among you to give such advice for your camp life as may best preserve your health and promote your efficiency : to secure which the observance of the following rules are necessary and will be required

79. Report of the secretary with regard to the probable origin of the recent demoralization of the volunteer army at Washington: and the duty of the Sanitary Commission with reference to certain deficiencies in the existing army arrangements, as suggested thereby

90. Some account of the medicinal properties of the Hot Springs, Virginia: also an analysis of the water, with cases of cure of gout, rheumatism, diseases of the liver, paralysis, neuralgia, chronic diarrhoea, enlarged glands, old injuries, deafness, etc., etc., etc

91. Stone Bridge, Bull Run

92. Stone Bridge, Bull Run

94. Survey of hospital facilities in Virginia: report of the Department of Hospital Survey and Construction, Virginia State Health Department

97. A tour through part of Virginia, in the summer of 1808: in a series of letters, including an account of Harper's Ferry, the Natural Bridge, the new discovery called Weir's Cave, Monticello, and the different medicinal springs, hot and coldbaths, visited by the author