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409. An inquiry into the effects of light in respiration: submitted, as an inaugural essay, to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees & medical faculty, of the University of Pennsylvania, on the thirty-first of May 1800 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

412. An inquiry into the modus operendi of that class of medicines called sedatives: submitted, as an inaugural dissertation, to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees & medical faculty, of the University of Pennsylvania, on the thirty-first of May 1800, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

413. An inquiry into the use of the omentum

414. An inquiry into the various sources of the usual forms of summer & autumnal disease in the United States, and the means of preventing them: to which are added, Facts, intended to prove the yellow fever not to be contagious

420. An introduction to the practice of midwifery

432. John Rigg, Cupper

436. Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life : together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the use of families, in order to banish the prevailing abuses and prejudices in medicine

437. Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life : together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the use of families, in order to banish the prevailing abuses and prejudices in medicine

438. Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life : together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the use of families, in order to banish the prevailing abuses and prejudices in medicine

439. Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life : together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the use of families, in order to banish the prevailing abuses and prejudices in medicine (Volume 1)

440. Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life : together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the use of families, in order to banish the prevailing abuses and prejudices in medicine (Volume 2)

451. The London dissector, or System of dissection practised in the hospitals and lecture rooms of the metropolis: explained by the clearest rules, for the use of students : comprising a description of the muscles, vessels, nerves, and viscera of the human body, as they appear on dissection : with directions for their demonstration

456. [Map of Asia]

457. [Map of South Carolina]

458. Marriage, birth, and death returns: copy of sections of the law defining duties of clergymen, coroners, physicians, midwives, undertakers, etc

459. The married lady's companion: or Poor man's friend : in four parts : I. An address to the married lady, who is the mother of daughters : II. An address to the newly married lady : III. Some important hints to the midwife : IV. An essay on the management and common diseases of children : to which will be added a short note on fever

460. The married lady's companion: or, Poor man's friend; in four parts : I. An address to the married lady, who is the mother of daughters : II. An address to the newly married lady : III. Some important hints to the midwife : IV. An essay on the management and common diseases of children

464. Means of preserving health, and preventing diseases: founded principally on an attention to air and climate, drink, food, sleep, exercise, clothing, passions of the mind, and retentions and excretions : with an appendix, containing observations on bathing, cleanliness, ventilation, and medical electricity : and on the abuse of medicine ... : designed not merely for physicians, but for the information of others : to which is annexed, a glossary of the technical terms contained in the work

465. Means of preserving health, and preventing diseases: founded principally on an attention to air and climate, drink, food, sleep, exercise, clothing, passions of the mind, and retentions and excretions : with an appendix, containing observations on bathing, cleanliness, ventilation, and medical electricity : and on the abuse of medicine ... : designed not merely for physicians, but for the information of others : to which is annexed, a glossary of the technical terms contained in the work

468. Medical admonitions to families: respecting the preservation of health, and the treatment of the sick : also, a table of symptoms, serving to point out the degree of danger, and, to distinguish one disease from another : with Observations on the improper indulgence of children, &c

473. Medical inquiries and observations

474. Medical inquiries and observations

475. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 1)

476. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 1)

477. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 2)

478. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 2)

479. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 3)

480. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 3)

481. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 4)

482. Medical inquiries and observations (Volume 4)

483. [Medical lectures]

484. The medical pocket book: containing a short but plain account of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the diseases incident to the human body; including such as require surgical treatment: together with the virtues and doses of medicinal compositions and simples : extracted from the best authors, and digested into alphabetical order

487. Medical theses, selected from among the inaugural dissertations: published and defended by the graduates in medicine, of the University of Pennsylvania, and of other medical schools in the United States : with an introduction, appendix, and occasional notes

488. Medical theses, selected from among the inaugural dissertations: published and defended by the graduates in medicine, of the University of Pennsylvania, and of other medical schools in the United States : with an introduction, appendix, and occasional notes (Volume 1)

489. Medical theses, selected from among the inaugural dissertations: published and defended by the graduates in medicine, of the University of Pennsylvania, and of other medical schools in the United States : with an introduction, appendix, and occasional notes (Volume 2)

494. Memoir on the supply and application of the blow-pipe: containing an account of a new method of supplying the blowpipe either with common air, or oxygen gas : and also of the effects of the intense heat produced by the combustion of the hydrogen and oxygen gases : illustrated by engravings

500. Mental, or Christian healing