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9. Anthroponomy, or, Magneto-physiognomico-craniology: a new system on the magnetic constitution of man, as expressed by physiognomy blended with craniology and maintained by moral and physical hygiene, according to the rules of physiology, therapeutics, metaphysics, and present experience, improved from the systems of Messmer, Puységur, Gall, Lavater, Spurzheim, etc., and as established

21. Cause and effect cure: cause, philosophy, and cure of typhoid and typhus fever, including typhoid enteritis, & other complications : also the philosophy of fevers in general, and how to break any fever in 1 to 5 days, including common continued fever, scarlet fever, measles, & small-pox, including, also, the ready cure of malignant diphtheria and dysentery

40. A code for the government of armies in the field as authorized by the laws and usages of war on land: printed as manuscript for the Board appointed by the Secretary of War [Special Orders, no. 399] "to propose amendments or changes in the rules and articles of war, and a code of regulations for the government of armies in the field, as authorized by the laws and usages of war"

44. A critical dictionary of English literature, and British and American authors: living and deceased, from the earliest accounts to the middle of the nineteenth century : containing thirty thousand biographies and literary notices, with forty indexes of subjects

45. A critical dictionary of English literature, and British and American authors: living and deceased, from the earliest accounts to the middle of the nineteenth century : containing thirty thousand biographies and literary notices, with forty indexes of subjects (Volume 1)

46. A critical dictionary of English literature, and British and American authors: living and deceased, from the earliest accounts to the middle of the nineteenth century : containing thirty thousand biographies and literary notices, with forty indexes of subjects (Volume 2)

47. A critical dictionary of English literature, and British and American authors: living and deceased, from the earliest accounts to the middle of the nineteenth century : containing thirty thousand biographies and literary notices, with forty indexes of subjects (Volume 3)

48. Directions concerning the duties of medical purveyors and medical storekeepers: and the manner of obtaining and accounting for medical and hospital supplies for the Army : with a standard supply table

66. Experiments connected with the discovery of cholesterine and seroline, as secretions, in health, of the salivary, tear, mammary, and sudorific glands: of the testis and the ovary, of the kidneys in hepatic derangements, of mucous membranes when congested and inflamed, and in the fluid of ascites and that of spina bifida

67. The family doctor: a counsellor in sickness, pain and distress, for childhood, manhood, and old age : containing in plain language, free from medical terms, the causes, symptoms, and cure of disease in every form : with important rules for preserving the health, and directions for the sick chamber, and the proper treatment of the sick : the whole drawn from extensive observation and practice

81. General orders, no. 29: War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, February 4, 1863 : at a general court martial, which convened at the headquarters of the 2d brigade, 2d division, 2d corps, Army of the Potomac, near Falmouth, Virginia, on the 17th day of January, 1863