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4. Every man his own physician: being a complete collection of efficacious and approved remedies for every disease incident to the human body ; with plain instructions for their common use

9. 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

10. The medical pocket-book: for those who are, and for all who wish, to be, physicians ; 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

11. Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute diseases, or upon any sudden inward or outward accident ; with a table of the most cheap, yet effectual remedies, and the plainest directions for preparing them readily

12. 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

13. Address, &c

18. First lines of the practice of physic

19. Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute diseases, or upon any inward or outward accident ; with a table of the most cheap, yet effectual remedies, and the plainest directions for preparing them readily

22. Every man his own doctor, or, The poor planter's physician: prescribing, plain and easy means for persons to cure themselves of all, or most of the distempers, incident to this climate, and with very little charge, the medicines being chiefly of the growth and production of this country

46. First lines of the practice of physic (Volume 1)

47. First lines of the practice of physic (Volume 2)

48. First lines of the practice of physic (Volume 3)

49. Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute diseases, or upon any inward or outward accident ; with a table of the most cheap, yet effectual remedies, and the plainest directions for preparing them readily (Volume 1)

50. Advice to the people in general, with regard to their health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute diseases, or upon any inward or outward accident ; with a table of the most cheap, yet effectual remedies, and the plainest directions for preparing them readily (Volume 2)

51. The compleat housewife, or, Accomplished gentlewoman's companion: being a collection of upwards of seven hundred of the most approved receipts in cookery, pastry, confectionary, potting, collaring, preserving, pickles, cakes, custards, creams, preserves, conserves, syrups, jellies, made wines, cordials, distilling, brewing : with copper plates, curiously engraven, for the regular disposition or placing of the various dishes and courses : and also, bills of fare for every month in the year : to which is added, a collection of three hundred receipts of medicines, consisting of drinks, syrups, salves, ointments, &c. which, after many years of experience, have been proved to be innocent in their application, and most salutary in their use : with directions for marketing

52. The complete family-piece: and, country gentleman, and farmer's best guide : in three parts ... : with a complete alphabetical index to each part : the whole, being faithfully collected by several very eminent and ingenious gentlemen, is now first published, at their earnest desire, for the general benefit of mankind

54. A catalogue of the books belonging to the medical library in the Pennsylvania Hospital: to which are prefixed, the rules to be observed in the use of them

59. Aristotle's compleat master-piece: in three parts : displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man : regularly digested into chapters and sections, rendring it far more useful and easy than any yet extant : to which is added, A treasure of health, or, The family physician : being choice and approved remedies for all the several distempers incident to human bodies

62. First lines of the practice of physic

72. An oration on the improvement of medicine: pronounced before a respectable auditory of citizens, in the Federal Hall, in the city of New-York ; according to appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New York, at their anniversary meeting, on the 16th January, 1794

73. An oration, on the improvement of medicine: pronuonced [sic] before a respectable auditory of citizens, in the Federal Hall in the city of New-York ; according to appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New-York : at their anniversary meeting, on the 16th January, 1794

74. Cases and observations

77. A view of ehe [sic] science of life: on the principles established in The elements of medicine, of the late celebrated John Brown, M.D. ; with an attempt to correct some important errors of that work ; and cases in illustration, chiefly selected from the records of their practice, at the General Hospital, at Calcutta

78. The American oracle: comprehending an account of recent discoveries in the arts and sciences, with a variety of religious, political, physical, and philosophical subjects, necessary to be known in all families, for the promotion of their present felicity and future happiness

79. Medical sketches: in two parts

82. Medical inquiries and observations

88. A new theory of acute and slow continued fevers: wherein, beside the appearance of such, and the manner of their cure, occasionally, the structure of the glands, and the manner of laws of secretion, the operation of purgative, vomitive, and mercurial medicines, are mechanically explained : to which is prefix'd An essay concerning the improvements of the theory of medicine

96. First lines of the practice of physic