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1. First report of the Committee on Public Hygiene of the American Medical Association: read at the annual meeting, held in Boston, May 1849 : with an appendix containing sketches of the sanitary condition of the cities of Concord, Portland, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Lowell, Baltimore, Charleston, New Orleans, Louisville, and Cincinnati

2. The committee appointed "to prepare a nomenclature of diseases adapted to the United States, having reference to a general registration of deaths," beg leave to submit the following report

4. Hygiene

6. On fractures

11. The heart-clot

18. On cyanosis, or Morbus Caeruleus

19. Homoeopathy vindicated, in a letter to J.V.C. Smith, editor of the Boston medical and surgical journal: containing a reply to his review of Drs. C. and L's "Epitome of homeopathic practice," with the acceptance of J.V.C. Smith's and C. A. Lee's challenges and the consequences

21. Report of the trial of Abner Rogers, Jr: indicted for the murder of Charles Lincoln, Jr., late warden of the Massachusetts State Prison : before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, holden at Boston, on Tuesday, January 30, 1844

24. A report of the facts and circumstances relating to a case of compound fracture, and prosecution for mal-practice: in which William Smith was plaintiff, and Drs. Goodyear and Hyde were defendants, at Cortland Village, Cortland Co., N.Y., March, 1841 : comprising statements of the case by several medical gentlemen, together with notes and comments on the testimony

28. Rules for the government of the American Medical Association, at its second annual meeting, held at Boston, May, 1849: prepared by order of the Committee of Arrangements, and in accordance with the by-laws of the Association : to which is added a list of officers for 1848-49, and of all the delegates whose credentials, from the various local societies in the United States, have been received by the Secretary

40. The family instructor, or Guide to health: containing the names and description of the most useful herbs and plants that are now in use, with their medicinal qualities annexed : also, a treatise on many of the lingering diseases to which mankind are subject, with new and plain directions respecting the management of the same : with a large list of recipes, which have been carefully selected from Indian prescriptions, and from those who were cured by the same after every other remedy had failed

45. Skepticism