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404. Medicine in Berkshire

406. Rules and regulations

409. The sewage of Worcester in its relation to the Blackstone River: hearings before the Joint Standing Committee on Public Health, on the matter of restraining the city of Worcester from polluting Blackstone River

413. Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, counseller at law: before the Hon. Isaac Parker, esquire ; for killing Charles Austin, on the Public Exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806

415. 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

430. A sermon, preached at the Church in Brattle Square, Boston, on the Lord's day after the decease of John Warren, M.D. Hersey Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in the University at Cambridge, president of the Massachusetts Medical Society, corr. member of the Lond. Medical Society &c. &c. &c. who died IV. April, MDCCCXV. aged LXII

431. An oration occasioned by the death of John Warren, M.D. past Grand Master: delivered in the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, at a quarterly meeting, in Boston, June 12, 1815 ; in presence of the supreme executive of the commonwealth, the president of the Senate, the speaker of the House of Representatives, the judges, the corporation and instructors of Harvard University ; the officers of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences ; of the Massachusetts Medical Society ; and of the Humane Society ; the clergy, selectmen, &c

432. [Ordered, that the Committee on Public Charitable Institutions, be requested to consider and report upon the expediency of establishing an asylum for persons supposed to be confirmed inebriates: with a view to the ultimate abrogation of all laws for punishing intemperance as a crime]

446. Telehealth in a post pandemic world

448. Addressing youth substance use through school services and supports: lessons from the District of Columbia, Massachusetts, and New Mexico