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7. An oration on the improvement of medicine: pronounced before a respectable auditory of citizens, in the Federal Hall, in the city of New-York ; according to appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New York, at their anniversary meeting, on the 16th January, 1794


8. An oration, on the improvement of medicine: pronuonced [sic] before a respectable auditory of citizens, in the Federal Hall in the city of New-York ; according to appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New-York : at their anniversary meeting, on the 16th January, 1794


11. A practical treatise on medical jurisprudence: Part I : with so much of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and the practice of medicine and surgery, as are essential to be known by members of parliament, lawyers, coroners, magistrates, officers in the army and navy, and private gentlemen : and all the laws relating to medical practitioners : with explanatory plates


12. Medical jurisprudence


16. Carpenter's family medicine chest dispensatory: containing a select catalogue of drugs, chemicals, and family medicines, with the properties and doses of each article most approved of in domestic medicine : to which is appended a concise description of diseases, with directions for the treatment of such as are unattended with serious consequences, showing also the best immediate measures to be adopted, in those disorders and accidents which are destructive to life, when the physician is not at hand, or until his assistance can be procured


18. A practical treatise on auscultation


19. Five dissertations on fever


20. The principles of diagnosis


22. Elementos de terapéutica


53. An essay on scarlatina


59. The citizen and countryman's experienced farrier: to all which is added, a valuable and fine collection of the surest and best receipts in the known world for the cure of all maladies and distempers that are incident to horses of what kind soever, with directions to know what is the ailment, or disease


74. An inaugural dissertation on the small-pox: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.S.T.P provost ; the trustees and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania, in order to obtain the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the tenth day of May, A.D. 1792


75. Telliamed, or, The world explain'd: containing discourses between an Indian philospher and a missionary, on the diminution of the sea, the formation of the earth, the origin of men & animals : and other singular subjects, relating to natural history & philosphy ; a very curious work


76. 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


82. An eulogium in honor of the late Dr. William Cullen, professor of the practice of physic in the University of Edinburgh: delivered before the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, on the 9th of July, agreeably to their vote of the 4th of May, 1790


87. Extracts from Dr. Benjamin Rush's Inquiry into the effects of ardent spirits upon the human body and mind


88. Regulations for the order and discipline of the troops of the United States: to which is added, an appendix, containing the United States militia act, passed in Congress, May, 1792 ; and the act for forming and regulating the militia in New-Hampshire


91. An inaugural dissertation on respiration: being an application of the principles of the new chemistry to that function ; submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College in the state of New-York : William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president ; for the degree of Doctor of Physic ; on the thirtieth day of April, 1793


99. Medical companion, treating according to the most successful practice, of the diseases to which man is subject: with a description of vegetable medicines, and the manner of preparing and using them : also, a description of roots and herbs : to which is added an essay on hygia, or the art of preserving health and prolonging life