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1. A complete system of farriery, and veterinary medicine: containing a compendium of the veterinary art ... the anatomy and physiology of the foot, and the principles and practice of shoeing : with observations on stable management

4. The ladies medical companion: containing, in a series of letters, an account of the latest improvements and most successful means of preserving their beauty and health ; of relieving the diseases peculiar to the sex, and an explanation of the offices they should perform to each other at births ; with engraved figures explanatory ; also, the best means of nursing, preventing and curing the diseases of children

5. The medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. With a dispensatory and glossary. To which are added, a brief anatomy of the human body; an essay on hygieine [sic] or the art of preserving health and prolonging life; an American materia medica, instructing country gentlemen in the very important knowledge of the virtues and doses of our medicinal plants; also, a concise and impartial history of the capture of Washington and the diseases which sprung from that most deplorable disaster

6. The medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, 1. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. 2. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, etc. 3. The complaints peculiar to women and children ; with a dispensatory and glossary ; to which are added, a brief anatomy of the human body ; an essay on hygieine [sic] or the art of preserving health and prolonging life ; and an American materia medica, instructing country gentlemen in the very important knowledge of the virtues and doses of our medicinal plants

7. The house surgeon and physician: designed to assist heads of families, travellers, and sea-faring people, in discerning, distinguishing, and curing diseases : with concise directions for the preparation and use of a numerous collection of the best American remedies : together with many of the most approved, from the shop of the apothecary : all in plain English

9. Domestic medicine : or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners : to which are added, Observations on diet ... : also, Advice to mothers, on the subject of their own health, and of the means of promoting the health, strength, and beauty of their offspring

10. Aristotle's master-piece, completed: in two parts : the first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof ... : the second part being a private looking glass for the female sex : treating of various maladies of the womb, and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each

13. The philosophical monitor: being an investigation of the causes, which diminish the moral and physical perfection of human society : in which many hereditary popular customs, generally supposed innocent, are shown to be productive of indigence, disease, and premature termination of life

15. Die Land- und Haus-Apotheke: oder getreuer und gründlicher Unterricht für den Bauer und Stadtmann, enthaltend die allerbesten Mittel, sowohl für die Menschen als für das Vieh besonders für die Pferde ; nebst einem grossen Anhang von der Aechten Färberey, um Türkisch-Roth, Blau, Satin-Roth, Patent-Grün und viele andere Farben mehr zu färben

17. Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing an dispensatory for the use of private practitioners : to which are added, observations on diet : recommending a method of living less expensive and more conducive to helath than the present

18. Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners to which are added, observations on diet, recommending a method of living less expensive and more conductive to health than the present

19. Every man his own cattle doctor, or, A practical treatise on the diseases of horned cattle: being a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep : with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorder, in all its various stages : and the most efficacious treatment of cows, before, at, and after the time of calving : and also of ewes during the lambing season

20. Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners ; to which are added, observations on diet ; recommending a method of living less expensive, and more conducive to health, than the present

22. A confidential communication of the enemy of human diseases: for the service of the afflicted applying to him : for whom alone is intended this supplementary reflection concerning the cause of human miseries, and the prevalent infirmities of their minds and bodies : to which is prefixed various vindications and detections

23. Continuation of the confidential communication, intended for the general benefit of the afflicted: and especially for the service of those of them who apply to the enemy of human diseases : being informed thereby of the cause that has compelled the new condition of their admittance : to which is prefixed, various information, and also, the result of the experience acquired on one's frame, concerning the fatal consequences of being exposed to breathe the unsalubrious air of diseased human beings : and in general, the contagious danger of their common intercourse, and the baleful one of the distemper's destructive influence

29. The treasure of health, or A wonderful collection of the most valuable secrets in medicine: for the cure of all diseases, wounds, and other accidents to which the human body is subject, with the method of preparing, and instructions for using, the necessary remedies ; also, the best preservatives against the plague, pestilential fevers, small pox, and other kinds of contagious diseases ; discovered, after much research and experience, by the mos[t] skilful [sic] physicians in Europe, and employed with the greatest success, and unknown till the present time in the United States ; carefully collected by a benevolent society in Europe

32. The American medical guide for the use of families: in two parts : part 1st ; a materia medica ; being a treaties [i.e., treatise] on all the most useful articles used as medicine, including those which are the produce of our own country : part 2d therapeutics, or, the art of curing the various diseases of the human body : to which is added a short description of the constituent parts of the human body

33. The practical horse farrier, or, The traveller's pocket companion: shewing the best method to preserve the horse in health, and, likewise, the cure of the most prominent diseases to which this noble animal is subject, in the United States of America : the whole being the result of nearly forty years' experience, with an extensive practice

37. Select poems, &c

38. Every man his own cattle doctor, or, A practical treatise on the diseases of horned cattle: being a concise and familiar description of all the diseases incident to oxen, cows, and sheep : with the most simple and effectual method of curing each disorder, in all its various stages : and the most efficacious treatment of cows, before, at and after the time of calving : and also of ewes during the lambing season

39. The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher: containing, some account of anatomy, the senses, diseases, casualties ; a dispensatory, and glossary ; in which, the observations, and remedies, are adapted to the diseases, &c. of the United States ; designed for the use of families

40. The surprising case of Rachel Baker: who prays and preaches in her sleep : with specimens of her extraordinary performances taken down accurately in short hand at the time : and showing the unparalleled powers she possesses to pray, exhort, and answer questions, during her unconscious state : the whole authenticated by the most respectable testimony of living witnesses

41. A new and complete American medical family herbal: wherein, is displayed the true properties and medical virtues of the plants, indigenous to the United States of America : together with Lewis' secret remedy, newly discovered, which has been found infallible in the cure of that dreadful disease hydrophobia, produced by the bite of a mad dog

43. Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a dispensatory for the use of private practitioners ; to which are added, observations on diet ; recommending a method of living less expensive, and more conducive to health, than the present : also, Advice to mothers, on the subject of their own health ; and of the means of promoting the health, strength, and beauty of their offspring

44. Formula of prescriptions, and various instructions: for the service and guidance of those who have applied, are applying, or shall apply, to the enemy to human diseases : to which is prefixed, a vindication, concerning the dietical abstinence, detecting the dangerous tendency of several articles forbidden as pernicious to the human body -- in which are included tobacco, salt and salted food, spirituous liquors, all sorts of spices, and coffee

46. An account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann Moor, of Tutbury, Staffordshire: who has, for more than two years, lived entirely without food : giving the particulars of her life to the present time, an account of the investigation instituted on the occasion, and observations on the letters of some medical men who attended it : also other similar cases of abstinence, etc

50. The American domestick medicine, or, Medical admonisher: containing some account of anatomy, the senses, diseases, casualties ; a dispensatory, and glossary ; in which the observations, and remedies, are adapted to the diseases, &c. of the United States ; designed for the use of families

54. The surprising case of Rachel Baker, who prays and preaches in her sleep: with specimens of her extraordinary performances taken down accurately in short hand at the time ; and showing the unparalleled powers she possesses to pray, exhort, and answer questions, during her unconscious state : the whole authenticated by the most respectable testimony of living witnesses

58. The medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. With a dispensatory and glossary. To which are added, a brief anatomy of the human body; an essay on hygeine [sic] or the art of preserving health and prolonging life; an American materia medica, instructing country gentlemen in the very important knowledge of the virtues and doses of our medicinal plants; also, a concise and impartial history of the capture of Washington, and the diseases which sprung from that most deplorable disaster

59. The Indian doctor's dispensatory: being Father Smith's advice respecting diseases and their cure : consisting of prescriptions for many complaints : and a description of medicines, simple and compound, showing their virtues and how to apply them : designed for the benefit of his children, his friends and the public, but more especially the citizens of the western parts of the United States of America

60. Formula of prescriptions, and various instructions: for the service and guidance of those who have applied, are applying, or shall apply, to the enemy to human diseases : to which is prefixed, a vindication, concerning the dietical abstinence, detecting the dangerous tendency of several articles forbidden as pernicious to the human body -- in which are included tobacco, salt and salted food, spirituous liquors, all sorts of spices, and coffee

65. The planter's and mariner's medical companion: treating, according to the most successful practice, I. The diseases common to warm climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. &c. III. The complaints peculiar to women and children. To which are subjoined, a dispensatory, shewing how to prepare and administer family medicines, and a glossary, giving an explanation of technical terms

67. Aristotle's master-piece, completed: In two parts. The first containing the secrets of generation, in all the parts thereof. Treating of the benefit of marriage, and the prejudice of unequal matches. Signs of insufficiency in men or women. Of the infusion of the soul. Of the likeness of children to parents. Of monstrous births. The cause and cure of the green sickness. A discourse of virginity. Directions and cautions for midwives. Of the organs of generation in women, and the fabric of the womb. The use and action of the genitals. Signs of conception, and whether a male or female, with a word of advice to both sexes in the act of copulation. And the pictures of several monstrous births, &c. The second part being A private looking glass for the female sex. Treating of various maladies of the womb, and of all other distempers incident to women of all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each. : The whole being more correct than any thing of the kind hitherto published