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1. Russian rose balm: a new and highly valuable curative for catarrh, and all catarrhal conditions and inflammations of the mucous surfaces and air passages of the nose, throat, and broncial tubes, such as catarrhal sore throat, cold in the head, hay fever, incipient bronchitis, rose cold, &c

3. General treatise on the nature and cause of disease in the human body together with proofs of the efficacy of Vaughn's vegetable lithontriptic mixture: as a general restorer of the system, and purifier of the blood : with numerous testimonials of the most remarkable cures, in cases of dropsy, gravel, liver complaint, scrofula, scurvy, leprosy, bleeding at the lungs, finor albus, piles, putrid sore throat, erysipelas, consumption, &c

5. The Health Food Company

6. E.S.H. Leonard--druggist, no. 11, South-Main Street, Providence, R.I. has constantly for sale, on the most liberal terms, an extensive assortment of genuine drugs, medicines, dye-stuffs, surgeons' instruments, chemical glass ware, English fancy soap, perfumery, &c. comprising nearly every article usually called for in the medicinal or drug line

10. The medical reporter

14. The Palmer arm and leg: adopted for the U.S. Army and Navy by the Surgeon-General, U.S.A., and by the Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery : manufactured only under the direction of the inventor and patentee

25. Dr. S.S. Fitch's almanac for 1855 and guide to invalids: comprising directions for the treatment of consumption and asthma, bronchitis, heart diseases, liver complaints, dyspepsia, costiveness, diarrhea, dysentery, falling of the womb, piles, salt rheum and scrofula, female diseases, etc. etc

31. A guide to health: or, Advice to both sexes, in nervous and consumptive complaints : with an essay on the scurvy, leprosy, and scrofula, also on a certain disease, seminal weakness, and a destructive habit of a private nature : to which is added, an address to parents, tutors, and guardians of youth, with observations on the use and abuse of cold bathing

34. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: with the additions of the most approved formulae, from the best foreign pharmacopoeias ; the whole interspersed with practical cautions and observations ; and enriched with the latest discoveries in natural history, chemistry, and medicine ; with new tables of elective attractions of antimonial and mercurial preparations, &c. ; and several copperplates of the most convenient furnaces, and principal pharmaceutical instruments ; being an improvement of the New dispensatory by Dr. Lewis

35. Lectures on the natural history and management of the teeth: the cause of their decay ; the art of preventing its accession ; and various operations, never hitherto suggested, for the preservation of such teeth as it is too frequently considered necessary to extract

44. 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

46. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: with explanatory, critical, and practical observations on each : together with the addition of those formulae, from the best foreign pharmacopoeias, which are held in highest esteem in other parts of Europe ; the whole interspersed with practical cautions and observations, and enriched by the latest discoveries in natural history, chemistry, and medicine ; with new tables of elective attractions, of antimony, of mercury, &c. ; and copperplates of the most convenient furnaces, and principal pharmaceutical instruments ; being an improvement upon the New dispensatory of Dr. Lewis

50. A short account of the salutary effect of Doctor Launey's medico condensed air: describing a few only of the disorders which have been cured thereby : together with a description of the beginning, the process and actual state of the complaints of the respective patients when they applied to the medical apparatus for relief