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13. Electricity, or ethereal fire, considered: 1st. naturally, as the agent of animal and vegetable life : 2d. astronomically, or as the agent of gravitation and motion : 3d. medically, or its artificial use in diseases : comprehending both the theory and practice of medical electricity : and demonstrated to be an infallible cure of fever, inflammation, and many other diseases : constituting the best family physician ever extant

14. Electricity, or ethereal fire, considered: 1st. naturally, as the agent of animal and vegetable life : 2d. astronomically, or as the agent of gravitation and motion : 3d. medically, or its artificial use in diseases : comprehending both the theory and practice of medical electricity : and demonstrated to be an infallible cure of fever, inflammation, and many other diseases : constituting the best family physician ever extant

19. 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

29. The family physician : or, Domestic medical friend: containing plain and practical instructions for the prevention and cure of diseases, according to the newest improvements and discoveries : with a series of chapters on collateral subjects : comprising every thing relative to the theory and principles of the medical art, necessary to be known by the private practitioner : the whole adapted to the use of those heads of families who have not had a classical or medical education

35. An inaugural dissertation on the Prunus virginiana, commonly known in the United States by the name of wild cherry-tree: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing ..., the Trustees & Medical Faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the twenty-seventh day of May, 1802, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

38. An inaugural dissertation on the kalmia latifolia and angustifolia: submitted to the examination of the Reverend John Ewing, S.S.T.P. Provost, the trustees & medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the 27th day of May, 1802, for the degree of doctor of medicine

39. An inaugural dissertation on the origin and propagation of the yellow fever: submitted to the public examination of the Faculty of Physic under the authority of the Trustees of Columbia College, in the State of New-York, the Right Rev. Benjamin Moore ..., for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 4th of May, 1802

40. An inaugural dissertation on the perspirable fluids of the human body: submitted to the public examination of the Faculty of Physic under the authority of the Trustees of Columbia College, in the State of New-York, The Right Rev. Benjamin Moore ..., for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 9th day of November, 1802

42. An inaugural dissertation on the use of Digitalis purpurea, or purple foxglove, in the cure of diseases: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the State of New-York ; the Right Rev., Benjamin Moore, D.D. President ; for the degree of doctor of physic, on the 4th of May, 1802

44. An inaugural dissertation, in which, by an induction of facts from dysentery, the Mitchillian doctrine of pestilential fluids is illustrated: submitted to the public examination of the Faculty of Physic under the authority of the Trustees of Columbia College, in the State of New-York, the Right Rev. Benjamin Moore ... for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 9th day of November, 1802

53. 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

54. Message from the President of the United States, accompanying a report of the Secretary of the Treasury to him: and two statements marked A and B, on the subject of marine hospitals : also, sundry documents respecting the situation of seamen and boatmen of the United States, frequenting the port of New-Orleans : 24th February, 1802 : read, and referred to the Committee of Commerce and Manufactures

58. An oration on the causes of the difference, in point of frequency and force, between the endemic diseases of the United States of America, and those of the countries of Europe : delivered, by appointment, to the "Philadelphia Medical Society," on the fifth day of February, 1802

59. Physical investigations & deductions, from medical and surgical facts: relative to the causes, nature and remedies of the diseases of a warm and vitiated atmosphere, from climate, local situation, or season of the year : together with An historical introduction to physianthropy : or the experimental philosophy of human life : that of diseases, and also of remedies

60. Physical investigations & deductions, from medical and surgical facts: relative to the causes, nature and remedies of the diseases of a warm and vitiated atmosphere, from climate, local situation, or season of the year : together with An historical introduction to physianthropy : or the experimental philosophy of human life : that of diseases, and also of remedies

64. A prospect of exterminating the small pox: part II, being a continuation of a narrative of facts concerning the progress of the new inoculation in America : together with Practical observations on the local appearance, symptoms, and mode oftreating the variola vaccina, or kine pock : including some letters to the author, from distinguished characters, on the subject of this benign remedy : now passing with a rapid step through all ranks of society in Europe and America

66. Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum improved: or, A dictionary of the terms employed in medicine, and in such departments of chemistry, natural philosophy, literature, and the arts, as are connected therewith : containing ample explanations of the etymology, signification, and use of those terms : from the 11th London edition : with many amendments and additions, expressive of discoveries lately made in Europe and America : copy-right secured

67. [The brain exposed from above]

68. A reply to Dr. Haygarth's "Letter to Dr. Percival, on infectious fevers": and his "Address to the College of Physicians at Philadelphia, on the prevention of the American pestilence," exposing the medical, philosophical, and literary errors of that author, and vindicating the right which the faculty of the United States have to think and decide for themselves, respecting the diseases of their own country, uninfluenced by the notions of the physicians of Europe

74. The student's chemical pocket companion

76. A system of surgery