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3. An account of the malignant fever, which prevailed in the city of New-York, during the autumn of 1805: Containing, 1. The proceedings of the Board of Health ... : 2. The rise, progress, and decline of the late epidemic : 3. An account of the Marine and Bellevue Hospitals ... : 4. Record of deaths, &c. &c. : 5. Opinion of several eminent physicians, respecting the cause of malignant fever ... : 6. The situation of the convicts in the state-prison ... : 7. Desultory observations andreflections. : 8. The various modes of cure

10. The connexion of life with respiration: or, An experimental inquiry into the effects of submersion, strangulation, and several kinds of noxious airs, on living animals : with an account of the nature of the disease they produce : its distinction from death itself : and the most effectual means of cure

14. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: containing, I. The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry : II. The materia medica ... : III. The pharmaceutical preparations and compositions : including complete and accurate translations of the octavo editionof the London pharmacopoeia, published in 1791 : Dublin pharmacopoeia, published in 1794 : and of the new edition of the Edinburgh pharmacopoeia, published in 1803 : illustrated and explained in the language and according to the priciples of modern chemistry : with many new and useful tables, and seveal copperplates, explaining the new system of chemical characters, and representing the most useful pharmaceutical apparatus

15. An essay on the hydropic state of fever

17. An experimental essay on cutaneous absorption: published as an inaugural dissertation : submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Andrews ..., the Trustees, and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the 5th day of June, 1805, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

20. First lines of the practice of physic