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1. 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

3. Three memoirs on the developement and structure of the teeth and epithelium: read at the Ninth Annual Meeting of the British Association for the Encouragement of Science, held at Birmingham, in August, 1839 : with diagrams exhibited in illustration of them

7. Operations on the teeth

13. A prize essay on bilious fever

15. Phrenology versus intemperance: a lecture on temperance, considered physiologically and phrenologically : or, The laws of life, and the principles of the human constitution, as developed by the sciences of phrenology and physiology, applied to total abstinence from all alcoholic and intoxicating drinks

29. Exposition of the conduct and character of Dr. John Augustine Smith: president of the Coll. of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New-York, and professor of physiology : as exhibited in the session of 1839-40

44. A practical treatise on medical inhalation: with numerous cases demonstrating the curative powers of the local application of various remedies in bronchitis, consumption, and other diseases of the respiratory organs : embracing the opinions and experience of Rush, Sir Charles Scudamore, Eberle, Mudge, Crichton, Thomas, Corrigan, Ramadge and others

47. A statement of the rules and regulations of the Philadelphia Surgeon's Bandage Institute: with a brief description of some of the diseases requiring the use of bandages : also, a description of several improved bandages kept in this institute