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3. The American botanic medical family instructor: founded upon the theory and practice of vegetable medicines, with remarks on the different practices of medicine, and natural laws : anatomy and physiology, and the preservation of health, a description of medical plants, and the art of compounding medicines, and a general treatment of diseases, compiled from various sources, particularly designed for family use

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4. The American dispensatory, containing the operations of pharmacy: together with the natural, chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the different substances employed in medicine; illustrated and explained, according to the principles of modern chemistry : the arrangement simplified, and the whole adapted to the practice of medicine and pharmacy in the United States : with several copperplates, exhibiting the new system of chemical characters, and representing the most useful apparatus

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5. The American herbal, or materia medica: wherein the virtues of the mineral, vegetable, and animal productions of North and South America are laid open, so far as they are known ; and their uses in the practice of physic and surgery exhibited ; comprehending an account of a large number of new medical discoveries and improvements, which are compiled from the best authorities

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6. 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

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7. The American new dispensatory: containing general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry ; chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica ; pharmaceutic operations ; materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States ; preparations and compositions ; with an appendix, containing an account of mineral waters ; medical prescriptions ; the nature and medical uses of the gases ; medical electricity ; galvanism ; an abridgment of Dr. Currie's reports on the use of water ; the cultivation of the poppy plant, and the method of preparing opium ; and several useful tables ; the whole compiled from the most approved authors, both European and American

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8. The American new dispensatory: containing general principles of pharmaceutic chemistry ; chemical analysis of the articles of materia medica ; pharmaceutic operations; materia medica, including several new and valuable articles, the production of the United States ; preparations and compositions ; with an appendix, containing an account of mineral waters ; medical prescriptions ; the nature and medical uses of the gases ; medical electricity ; galvanism ; an abridgment of Dr. Currie's reports on the use of water ; the cultivation of the poppy plant, and the method of preparing opium ; and several useful tables ; the whole compiled from the most approved authors, both European and American

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16. The botanic physician, or, Family medical adviser: being an improved system, found on correct physiological principles : comprising a brief view of anatomy, physiology, pathology, hygieine [sic], or art of preserving health : a materia medica, exclusively botanical, containing a description of more than two hundred and thiry of the most valuable vegetable remedies : to which is added a dispensatory, embracing more than two hundred recipes for preparing and administering medicine : the diseases of the United States, with their symptoms, causes, cures, and means of prevention : likewise, a treatise on the diseases peculiar to women and children

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45. Domestic medicine: a treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines : with directions for the management of common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations and wounds : the treatment peculiar to the diseases of women and children : with observations on the art of preserving health, without the aid of medicine : and a treatise on animal, vegetable, mineral and aerial poisons, pointing out the symptoms, antidotes and means of cure, in cases of poisoning ; to which is annexed, a dispensatory, for the use of private practitioners, and a glossary, explaining technical terms

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49. The Edinburgh new dispensatory: containing I. The elements of pharmaceutical chemistry. II. The materia medica, or the natural pharmacuetical and medical history, of the substances employed in medicine. III. The pharmaceutical preparations and compositions : including translations of the Edinburgh pharmacopoeia, published in 1805, of the Dublin pharmacopoeia, in 1807, and of the London pharmacopoeia, in 1815 ; illustrated and explained in the language, and according to the principles of modern chemistry ; with numerous tables and plates of pharmaceutical apparatus

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70. The family physician, or Poor man's friend, and married lady's companion: containing a great variety of valuable medical recipes, designed to assist heads of families, travellers and sea-faring people, in curing diseases ; with concise directions for the preparation, and use of a numerous collection of vegetables made use of ; and directions for preparing and administering them to cure diseases ; together with many of the most approved from the shop of the apothecary ; all in plain English

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74. Das gemeinnützige Haus-Arzeneybuch zur Erkennung und Heilung der meisten in menschlichen Leben vorkommenden Krankheiten: enthaltend eine Sammlung von Mitteln für fast alle Krankheitszufälle denen der menschliche Körper unterworfenist ; nebst einer Beschreibung von dem Gebrauch der vornehmsten Kräuter ; auch viele kunstreiche Stücke

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77. Homoeopathy vindicated, in a letter to J.V.C. Smith, editor of the Boston medical and surgical journal: containing a reply to his review of Drs. C. and L's "Epitome of homeopathic practice," with the acceptance of J.V.C. Smith's and C. A. Lee's challenges and the consequences

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91. 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

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