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10. An oration, delivered February 4, 1774, before the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia: containing, an enquiry into the natural history of medicine among the Indians in North-America, and a comparitive view of their diseases and remedies, with those of civilized nations ; together with an appendix, containing, proofs and illustrations

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11. 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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19. Directions for combining and using A. Stewart's compound vegetable and other pills: accompanied with correct tables, suitable for nearly all of the most commom complaints, whether simple or compound : taken from every day's observations and practice, of the numerous patients which I have had the honor to prescribe for, with unbounded success, both in Surgical and Medical cases

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23. The North American Indian doctor, or, Nature's method of curing and preventing disease according to the Indians: containing a catechism of anatomy and physiology of between five and six hundred questions, with their correct answers, selected from the best authors in the world, for new beginners or those who wish to study the science of anatomy : also, a treatise on midwifery, with the treatment necessary during pregnancy : also, a materia medica of Indian remedies or vegetable compounds in the form of recipes for more than two hundred and fifty diseases, with a description of such plants as are not common

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31. Domestic medicine, or, The family physician: being an attempt to render the medical art more generally useful, by shewing people what is in their own power both with respect to the prevention and cure of diseases ; chiefly calculated to recommend a proper attention to regimen and simple medicines

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44. Der Freund in der Noth, oder Zweyter Theil, des neuen auserlesenen gemeinnützigen Hand-Büchleins: darinnen allerhand Arten solcher nützliche Kenntnisse und Wissenschaften zu finden, die alle Gattungen von Menschen, wes Standes, Geschlechts und Alter er ist, nahe angehet, und beydes Nuzen [sic] und Vergnügen schaffen wird ; von welchen der Inhalt auf folgenden Seiten, und mehrere Nachricht in dem Vorbericht befindlich ist ; für die deutsche Nation in America

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50. The director; or, Young woman's best companion: being the plainest and cheapest of the kind ever published : the whole makes a complete family cook and physican : containing above three hundred easy receipts in cookery, pastry, preserving, candying, pickling, collaring, physick, and surgery : to which are added, plain and easy instructions for choosing beef, mutton, veal, fish, fowl, and other eatables : directions for carving, and to make wines : likewise bills of fare for every month in the year : with a complete index to the whole : a book necessary for all families

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51. Domestic economy, or, A complete system of English housekeeping: containing the most approved receipts, confirmed by observation and practice, in every reputable English book of cookery now extant : besides a great variety of others which have never before been offered to the public : also a valuable collection, translated from the productions of cooks of eminence who have published in France, with their respective names to each receipt : which, together with the original articles, for the most complete system of housekeeping ever yet exhibited, under the following heads, viz. : roasting, boiling, made-dishes, frying, broiling, potting, fricassees, ragouts, soups, sauces, gravies, hashes, stews, puddings, custards, cakes, tarts, pies, pasties, cheesecakes, jellies, pickling, preserving, and confectionary : to which is prefixed, in order to render it as complete and perfect as possible, an elegant collection of light dishes for supper, adapted for every month in the year : also The complete brewer ... likewise The family physician : being a collection of the most valuable and approved prescriptions by Mead, Sydenham, Tissot, Fothergill, Elliot, Buchan, and others

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55. The family's best friend, or The whole art of cookery made plain and easy: together with a complete system of brewery ; the management of malt liquors ; the distillery of simple and compound waters, family cordials, &c ; and instructions for the cultivating of the fruit, flower, and kitchen garden ; the whole being calculated for the preservation of heath, and upon the principles of frugality ... ; the result of forty years practice and experience, together with great assistance in every branch ; embellished with cuts, for trussing fowls, game, &c ; to which is now added, Mons. Millien's famous discovery for preventing either steel, brass, or any other metal from taking rust or canker ; an infallible remedy to prevent persons from taking the small-pox, or any other epidemical disorder ; a certain cure for the bite of a mad dog ; and a variety of other choice nostrums of equal value

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56. The fourteenth edition of an essay, on the nature and cure of scrophulous disorders, commonly called the king's evil: deduced from long observation and practice : with additions : and above sixty cases : the remedies in them used, and occasional remarks : to which is prefixed a coloured plate of the herb vervain, and its root : published for the good of mankind, particularly the common people

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57. The twelfth edition of an essay, on the nature and cure of scrophulous disorders, commonly called the king's evil: deduced from long observation and practice : with additions : and above sixty cases : (some never before publish'd) : the remedies in them used, and occasional remarks : to which is prefixed a coloured plate of the herb vervain, and its root : published for the good of mankind, particularly the common people

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