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1. Eu o Principe Regente faço saber aos que o presente alvará virem: que havendo eu creado fysico mór, e cirurgião mór do Reino, Estados, e domínios ultramarinos, por decretos de sete de fevereiro do corrente anno, com o util fim de entenderem em tudo, quanto póde concorrer para o augmento, e conservação da saude pública

6. Report of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives on so much of the governor's speech, at the June session, 1830, as relates to legalizing the study of anatomy

7. An illustration of the present pernicious mode of fashionable practice of medicine: with plates : accompanied with a dialogue, between an apothecary and a physician, on the subject of the statute regulating the practice of physic and surgery ; after which is added a few brief anecdotes

8. Report on the statutes of New York which regulate the practice of physic and surgery, the rights, duties, and immunities of physicians, and their relation to the medical societies of the counties: presented to the Medical Society of the County of Kings and ordered to be printed, together with the resolutions of the Medical Society of the State of New York, on the reading before it of an abstract of the report

16. Statutes regulating the practice of physic and surgery in the State of New York: and the by-laws and ethics of the Medical Society of the County of Kings : revised and adopted August 10, 1858

35. Antonio Escovedo, Gobernador constitucional del Departamento de Jalisco, á todos sus habitantes, sabed: que El Sr. Presidente de la Exma. Junta Departamental con fecha 14 del corriente ha dirigido á este gobierno el decreto que sigue

37. Medical legislation

41. Medical freedom: arguments of J.H. Benton, Jr., Esq., Prof. C.W. Emerson, Dr. J.R. Buchanan, against medical legislation in Massachusetts : together with Gov. Long's veto message, and extract from Herbert Spencer's "Social Statics"

49. Report of the Select Committee of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, on so much of the governor's speech, at the June session, 1830, as relates to legalizing the study of anatomy