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2. An address delivered at the annual commencement of the Western University of Pennsylvania, on Tuesday, August 9, 1842: with an outline of the course of study, the regulations of the institution, and a list of the trustees and faculty

8. American bacillaria

46. First principles of medicine

51. A guide to phrenology: designed to illustrate the science of the human mind as manifested through the brain : embracing the fundamental principles of phrenology : its utility to parents and teachers in developing and educating the mental faculties of the rising generation, and of self improvement : together with the adaptation of each of the organs and a phrenological chart, in seven degrees of development with numerous combinations

55. The home book of health and medicine: a popular treatise on the means of avoiding and curing diseases, and of preserving the health and vigour of the body to the latest period : including an account of the nature and properties of remedies, the treatment of the diseases of women and children, and the management of pregnancy and parturition

65. Key to medical science

75. The medical formulary: being a collection of prescriptions derived from the writings and practice of many of the most eminent physicians in America and Europe : to which is added an appendix, containing the usual dietetic preparations and antidotes for poisons : the whole accompanied with a few brief pharmaceutic and medical observations

77. The medical student's guide: being a compendious view of the collegiate and clinical medical schools, the courses of private lectures, the hospitals and almshouses, and other institutions which contribute directly or indirectly to the great medical school of Philadelphia : with the regulations of hours, fees, &c. and other information of importance to students

80. Miscellanies

85. Observations on apparent death, from suffocation, by hanging or drowning: choke damp, produced by inhaling carbonic acid, or some other irrespirable exhalation, by a stroke of lightning or electricity, and by exposure to extreme cold : with directions for using the resuscitating apparatus, invented by the author, and general instructions for the recovery of persons from suspended animation

88. The obstetric catechism

100. A popular view of homoeopathy