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1. 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

7. 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

20. Doctor In Physic!

21. Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing an dispensatory for the use of private practitioners : to which are added, observations on diet : recommending a method of living less expensive and more conducive to helath than the present

22. Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners ; to which are added, observations on diet ; recommending a method of living less expensive, and more conducive to health, than the present : also, Advice to mothers, on the subject of their own health ; and of the means of promoting the health, strength, and beauty of their offspring

24. Elegiac poem, on the death of Dr. Benjamin Rush: professor of the institutes and practice of medicine and of clinical practice in the University of Pennsylvania ; who fell a victim to the prevailing typhus fever, on the 19th of April, 1813

25. Elements of physiology

29. An essay on cynanche trachealis, or croup

30. An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York: to which are added, a letter from Dr. James Mann, hospital-surgeon ; and a dissertation by Dr. John Stearns, delivered before the state medical society, on the same subject ; with notes and observations on these productions

31. An essay on the bilious epidemic fever, prevailing in the state of New-York: to which is added, a letter from Dr. James Mann, surgeon-general to the Army; and a dissertation by Dr. John Stearns, delivered before the state medical society,on the same subject ; with notes and observations on these productions

33. An essay, medical, philosophical, and chemical, on drunkenness, and its effects on the human body

35. 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

36. 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

39. 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

52. The Indian doctor's dispensatory: being Father Smith's advice respecting diseases and their cure : consisting of prescriptions for many complaints : and a description of medicines, simple and compound, showing their virtues and how to apply them : designed for the benefit of his children, his friends and the public, but more especially the citizens of the western parts of the United States of America

54. An introductory discourse, to a course of lectures on the theory and practice of physic: containing observations on the inductive system of prosecuting medical inquiries ; and a tribute to the memory of the late Dr. Benjamin Rush ; delivered at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, on the third of November, 1813

60. Observations on the advantages of exposing wounds to the air after capital operations: with some remarks upon the removal of scirrhus tumours from the breast : communicated in a letter to Samuel Bard, M.D., President of the College of Physicians and Surgeons

63. Observations on vision

69. The planter's and mariner's medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. To which are subjoined, a dispensatory, shewing how to prepare and administer family medicines, and a glossary, giving an explanation of technical terms

74. Select poems, &c

75. The surgeon's vade-mecum: containing the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of surgical diseases : accompanied by the modern and approved methods of operating, select formulae of prescriptions, Latin and English, and a glossary of terms

81. The Works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher: In four parts. Containing I. His Complete master-piece; displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man. To which is added, the Family physician; being approved remedies for the several distempers incident to the human body. II. His Experienced midwife; absolutely necessary for surgeons, midwives, nurses and child bearing women. III. His Book of problems, containing various questions and answers, relative to the state of man's body. IV. His Last legacy; unfolding the secrets of nature respecting the generation of man