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9. An account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann Moor, of Tutbury, Staffordshire, England: who has for more than three years, lived entirely without food ; giving the particulars of her life to the present time, an account of the investigation instituted on the occasion, and observations on the letters of some medical men who attended it

10. An account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann Moor, of Tutbury, Staffordshire: who has, for more than two years, lived entirely without food : giving the particulars of her life to the present time, an account of the investigation instituted on the occasion, and observations on the letters of some medical men who attended it : also other similar cases of abstinence, etc

11. Account of the present state of the Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason

12. Account of the rise and progress of the asylum, proposed to be established, near Philadelphia: for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason : with an abridged account of the Retreat, a similar institution near York, in England

17. An act to incorporate medical societies, for the purpose of regulating the practice of physic and surgery in this state: passed April 10, 1813 : together with the by-laws of the Medical Society of the County of New-York, incorporated, July1, 1806

18. An act to incorporate the members of the New-York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb: passed April 15, 1819 [i.e. 1817] ; to which is added, the by-laws, and the names and residence of the officers and directors ; also, the directors arranged into committees, and a list of the pupils

44. The American dispensatory, containing the operations of pharmacy: together with the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine : illustrated and explained, according to the principles of modern chemistry : comprehending the improvements in Dr. Duncan's fourth edition of the Edinburgh new dispensatory : the arrangement simplified, and the whole adapted to the practice of medicine and pharmacy in the United States : with several copperplates, exhibiting the new system of chemical characters, and representing the most useful apparatus

45. The American dispensatory, containing the operations of pharmacy: together with the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine : illustrated and explained, according to the principles of modern chemistry : the arrangement simplified, and the whole adapted to the practice of medicine and pharmacy in the United States : with sevearl copperplates exhibiting the new systems of chemical characters, and representing the most useful appratus

46. The American dispensatory, containing the operations of pharmacy: together with the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine; illustrated and explained, according to the principles of modern chemistry : the arrangement simplified, and the whole adapted to the practice of medicine and pharmacy in the United States : with several copperplates, exhibiting the new system of chemical characters, and representing the most useful apparatus

47. The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher: containing some account of anatomy, the senses, diseases, casualties ; a dispensatory, and glossary ; in which the observations, and remedies, are adapted to the diseases, &c. of the United States ; designed for the use of families

48. The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher: containing, some account of anatomy, the senses, diseases, casualties ; a dispensatory, and glossary ; in which, the observations, and remedies, are adapted to the diseases, &c. of the United States ; designed for the use of families

49. American medical botany: being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings

50. American medical botany: being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings (Volume 1)

51. American medical botany: being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings (Volume 2)

52. American medical botany: being a collection of the native medicinal plants of the United States, containing their botanical history and chemical analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and the arts, with coloured engravings (Volume 3)

53. The American medical guide for the use of families: in two parts : part 1st ; a materia medica ; being a treaties [i.e., treatise] on all the most useful articles used as medicine, including those which are the produce of our own country : part 2d therapeutics, or, the art of curing the various diseases of the human body : to which is added a short description of the constituent parts of the human body

55. American modern practice: or, a simple method of prevention and cure of diseases, according to the latest improvements and discoveries, comprising a practical system adapted to the use of medical practitioners of the United States ; to which is added an appendix, containing an account of many domestic remedies recently introduced into practice, and some approved formulae applicable to the diseases of our climate

56. The American new dispensatory: containing general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry ; chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica ; pharmaceutic operations ; materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States ; preparations and compositions ; with an appendix, containing an account of mineral waters ; medical prescriptions ; the nature and medical uses of the gases ; medical electricity ; galvanism ; an abridgment of Dr. Currie's reports on the use of water ; the cultivation of the poppy plant, and the method of preparing opium ; and several useful tables ; the whole compiled from the most approved authors, both European and American

57. The American new dispensatory: containing general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry ; chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica ; pharmaceutic operations; materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States ; preparations and compositions ; with an appendix, containing an account of mineral waters ; medical prescriptions ; the nature and medical uses of the gases ; medical electricity ; galvanism ; an abridgment of Dr. Currie's reports on the use of water ; the cultivation of the poppy plant, and the method of preparing opium ; and several useful tables ; the whole compiled from the most approved authors, both European and American

58. The American new dispensatory: containing general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry ; pharmaceutic operations ; chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica ; materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States ; preparations and compositions ; with an appendix, containing medical prescriptions ; the nature and medical uses of the gases ; medical electricity ; galvanism ; an abridgment of Dr. Currie's reports on the use of water ; the cultivation of the poppy plant, and the method of preparing opium ; and several useful tables ; the whole compiled from the most approved authors, both European and American

59. An analysis of the mineral waters of Saratoga and Ballston: containing some general remarks on their use in various diseases ; together with observations on the geology and mineralogy of the surrounding country, &c. &c

63. The anatomist

73. An answer to A letter addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts: on the subject of a petition for a new incorporation, to be entitled the College of Physicians

76. Aristotle's complete master-piece, in two parts, displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. Regularly digested into chapters, rendering 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 the human body

78. Aristotle's master-piece, completed: In two parts. The first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches. Signs of insufficiency in men or women. Of the infusion of the soul. Of the likeness of children to parents. Of monstrous births. The cause and cure of the green sickness. A discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for midwives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabric of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether a male or female, with a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the pictures of several monstrous births, &c. The second part being A private looking glass for the female sex. Treating of various maladies of the womb, and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. : The whole being more correct than any thing of the kind hitherto published

79. Aristotle's master-piece, completed: in two parts : the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof ... : the second part being a private looking glass for the female sex : treating of various maladies of the womb, and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each

85. Bath races

90. Boston, September 5, 1810: Sir, the medical institution, which has heretofore existed in Cambridge, has lately undergone such important alterations, that we have presumed some information of its actual arrangements might be agreeable to you and useful to some of your friends

91. A botanical dictionary

97. A case of anthrax