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1. Additions to the Materia medica pura

14. Annual diary of health, or, Family physician & druggist: containing the necessary theoretical and practical manner of preparing medicines and preserving or curing yourself of disease, at small cost and with promptitude, of all curable evils, and of giving relief to those who labor under chronic or incurable diseases

17. The art of swimming: exemplified by diagrams, from which both sexes may learn to swim and float on the water, and rules for all kinds of bathing, in the preservation of health, and cure of disease : with the management of diet from infancy to old age, and a valuable remedy against sea-sickness

24. Common sense on chronic diseases: or a rational treatise on the mechanical cause and cure of most chronic affections of the truncal organs of both male and female systems : embracing the author's views on physical education, and the present popular system of artificial life

30. Corpus luteum: its value as evidence of conception, and its relation to legal medicine, with the characteristics of the true and false : being an attempt to reconcile the conflicting opinion of writers of the recent discoveries in the physiology of the ovaries

52. Elements of surgery

53. An essay on homoepathy

65. Five dissertations on fever

67. Fowler's practical phrenology: giving a concise elementary view of phrenology : presenting some new and important remarks upon the temperaments : and describing the primary mental powers in seven different degrees of development : the mental phenomena produced by their combined action : and the location of the organs, amply illustrated by cuts : also the phrenological developments, together with the character and talents of ... as given by

71. The homoeopathic domestic physician

97. Life and trial of Dr. Abner Baker, Jr: (a monomaniac), who was executed October 3, 1845, for the alleged murder of his brother-in-law, Daniel Bates : including letters and petitions in favor of a pardon, and narrative of the circumstances attending his execution, etc. etc