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303. An eulogium in commemoration of Doctor Caspar Wistar, late president of the American Philosophical Society held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge: delivered before the Society, pursuant to their appointment, in the German Lutheran Church in Fourth Street, in the city of Philadelphia, on the 11th day of March,1818

304. An eulogium in memory of the late Dr. Benjamin Rush, professor of the institutes and practice of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania: delivered and published at the request of the graduates and students of medicine in said university, in the Second Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, on Thursday, the 8th of July, 1813

307. An eulogium upon Benjamin Rush, M.D., professor of the institutes and practice of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania: who departed this life April 19, 1813, in the sixty-ninth year of his age : written at the request of the Medical Society of South Carolina, and delivered before them and others, in the Circular Church of Charleston, on the 10th of June, 1813, and published at their request

309. Every man his own cattle doctor, or, A practical treatise on the diseases of horned cattle: being a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep : with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorder, in all its various stages : and the most efficacious treatment of cows, before, at and after the time of calving : and also of ewes during the lambing season

310. Every man his own cattle doctor, or, A practical treatise on the diseases of horned cattle: being a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep : with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorder, in all its various stages : and the most efficacious treatment of cows, before, at, and after the time of calving : and also of ewes during the lambing season

312. The examination of a young surgeon

315. An experimental enquiry into the chemical properties and medicinal qualities of the principal mineral waters of Ballston and Saratoga, in the state of New-York: with directions for the use of those waters in the various diseases to which they are applicable ; and observations on diet and regimen ; to which is added an appendix, containing a chemical analysis of the Lebanon spring in the state of New-York

316. An experimental inquiry into the function of the liver: in which the most popular doctrines respecting the function of this organ are examined, and that of Dr. Rush adopted and vindicated. Also, an experimental inquiry into the function of the spleen, gall bladder, pancreas, thyroid and thymus glands, and capsulae renales : being an inaugural dissertation submitted to the public examination of the Trustees and Professors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the University of the State of New-York ... for the degree of doctor medicine, on the sixth day of May, 1816

318. An experimental inquiry into the proximate cause of death from suspended respiration in drowning and hanging, with the means of resuscitation: submitted as an inaugural essay to the public examination of the trustees and professors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the University of the State of New-York, Samuel Bard, M.D. president, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 3d of May, 1814

319. Experiments on the principle of life: and particularly on the principle of the motions of the heart, and on the seat of this principle : including the report made to the first class of the Institute, upon the experiments relative to the motions of the heart

325. Extracts from Dr. Benjamin Rush's Inquiry into the effects of ardent spirits upon the human body and mind

334. The female medical repository: to which is added, a treatise on the primary diseases of infants : adapted to the use of female practitioners and intelligent mothers ; the technical terms are explained, and an attempt hath been made to reduce these branches of "the healing art," to conciseness and perspicuity

339. Five dissertations on fever

340. Florae Philadelphicae prodromus: plantarum quae hac enus exploratae fuere, quaeque in ipso opere ulterius describentur, exhibens enumerationem: or, Prodromus of the flora Philadelphica; exhibiting a list of all the plants to be described in that work, which have as yet been collected

343. Formula of prescriptions, and various instructions: for the service and guidance of those who have applied, are applying, or shall apply, to the enemy to human diseases : to which is prefixed, a vindication, concerning the dietical abstinence, detecting the dangerous tendency of several articles forbidden as pernicious to the human body -- in which are included tobacco, salt and salted food, spirituous liquors, all sorts of spices, and coffee

344. Formula of prescriptions, and various instructions: for the service and guidance of those who have applied, are applying, or shall apply, to the enemy to human diseases : to which is prefixed, a vindication, concerning the dietical abstinence, detecting the dangerous tendency of several articles forbidden as pernicious to the human body -- in which are included tobacco, salt and salted food, spirituous liquors, all sorts of spices, and coffee

347. Further information of the progress of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason

349. Gentiana catesbaei

350. The gentleman's stable directory, or, Modern system of farriery: comprehending all the most valuable prescriptions and approved remedies, accurately proportioned and properly adapted to every known disease to which the horse is incident ... : to which is added, a supplement, containing practical observations upon the thorn wounds, punctured tendons, and ligamentary lameness ; with ample instruction for their treatment and cure : illustrated by a recital of cases, including a variety of useful remarks : with a successful method of treating the canine species, in that destructive disease called the distemper. Two volumes in one

367. A history of the introduction and use of Scutellaria lateriflora (scullcap,) as a remedy for preventing and curing hydrophobia: occasioned by the the bite of rabid animals ; with cases ; accompanied with a plate of the plant

369. The house surgeon and physician: designed to assist heads of families, travellers, and sea-faring people, in discerning, distinguishing, and curing diseases : with concise directions for the preparation and use of a numerous collection of the best American remedies : together with many of the most approved, from the shop of the apothecary : all in plain English

373. The Imposter, or Obstetric Dispute

374. In Senate of the United States: January 10, 1817 read, and ordered to be printed for the use of the Senate : Treasury Department, January 9th, 1817; sir, In obedience to the resolution of the Senate of the 19th ult. relative to the administration of the fund for the relief of sick and disabled seamen, I have the honour to transmit the papers marked A and B

380. An inaugural dissertation on animal heat: 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 first day of May, 1810

391. An inaugural dissertation on infanticide: submitted to the examination of Samuel Bard, ... and the Trustees and professors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the University of the State of New York, and publicly defended, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 6th day of April, 1817

396. An inaugural dissertation on permanent strictures of the urethra: submitted to the public examination of the trustees and professors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the University of the State of New-York, Samuel Bard, M.D., president, for the degree of doctor of medicine, on the 1st day of May, 1815

400. An inaugural dissertation on stone in the bladder: 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 Reverend Benjamin Moore, D.D. president ; for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 13th day of November, 1810