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52. Catalogue of the extensive and valuable medical, theological, and miscellaneous library of the late John Redman Coxe, M.D: which includes many very rare, valuable, and interesting works in various languages : to be sold by order of executors on Tuesday, November 1st, 1864 and following days until finished, commencing each day at 10 o'clock a.m. at the auction rooms of the subscribers, M. Thomas & Sons, auctioneers

56. The Board of Health, for the port or district of Philadelphia: in the United States of America, to all to whom these presents shall come, greeting : we certify and make known, that through the blessing of God, the city and district of Philadelphia and the vicinity thereof, is entirely free from all kinds of malignant diseases [small pox excepted]

64. 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

69. Elements of chemistry

76. The tongue in diagnosis

90. Six lectures on the functions of the lungs: and causes, prevention, and cure of pulmonary consumption, asthma, and diseases of the heart : on the laws of life : and on the mode of preserving male and female health to a hundred years : also a treatise on medicated inhalation

91. Trial of Medad M'Kay for the murder of his wife: before Chief Justice Spencer, 1820, and before His Honor William W. Van Ness, 1821, at Allegany : embracing a brief outline of the former trial, and a detail of the latter : including the testimony, and speeches of Messrs. Collier, Haight, Matthews and Hulbert, with the charge of the judge to the jury

92. 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