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3. A treatise on Asiatic cholera

4. An inaugural dissertation on the cholera morbus: 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, William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president; for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the sixth day of May, 1794

6. City of Boston

9. Cholera : the nature of the poison, the part of the body first attacked: its development and self-generation in the blood : its first effects on the nervous and vascular systems, and its fatality thence arising : with observations on our means of defence against its infection, and the simple and rational of treating this Asiatic pestilence : being the substance of two discourses, delivered at the Guildhall, Worcester, on the evenings of the 25th and 26th of October, 1854

11. Cholera : its causes and cure

33. On Asiatic cholera

46. On epidemic cholera

67. Cholera, its nature, cause, treatment, and prevention, clearly and concisely explained: with an appendix, containing practical remarks on fever and dysentery, with which cholera is intimately connected, and frequentlly [sic] combined : being the substance of reports made to the late Government of Poland

68. Substance of the investigations regarding cholera asphyxia in 1832: with cases and dissections communicated by Prof. Delpech and Dr. Coste of Montpelier and Dr. Lowenhayn of Moscow ... to which are added observations on the disease in Edinburgh and the neighbouring districts, with numerous cases and dissections

79. Epidemic cholera: its causes, pathology, &c., and the best means for its prevention and cure, being a synopsis of cholera literature, embracing, in a condensed form, the views of the most eminent and scientific authors of Europe and America : with a glossary, explaining all technical terms, and adapting it for the non-professional reader

80. Notes on the epidemic cholera

82. A report on spasmodic cholera

85. The cholera pestilence

96. Cholera (Jamaica): return to an address of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 20 February 1854,--for, a "copy of the Report made by Dr. Milroy to the Colonial Office, on the cholera epidemic in Jamaica, 1850-51, and copies of extracts of despatches addressed to and received from the Governor of Jamaica in relation to the said report"