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201. Delaware doctors

207. Un Disciple de Broussais

218. A discourse, commemorative of the life and religious experience of the late David S.C.H. Smith, M.D., of Providence, R.I., formerly of Sutton, Mass: delivered in the Congregational Church, Sutton, April 24, 1859

220. Discurso leido el día 21 de febrero de 1897 en la sesión solemne celebrada en la Real Academia de Ciencias Médicas, Físicas y Naturales para el ingreso en la misma del Excmo. Sr. Dr. D. Cesáreo Fernández de Losada

221. Le Docteur Empailleur

222. Le Docteur Loustic

233. Dr. Carpenter

249. The early history of the New Hampshire Medical Institution, with a sketch of its founder, Nathan Smith, A.M., M.D., professor of medicine: being a lecture introductory to the eighty-third course of medical lectures at Dartmouth College, July 31, 1879, and read by request before the New Hampshire Medical Society at their semi-annual meeting, at Hanover, Sept. 17, 1879

253. Edward William Murphy

254. Edwin Lankester

259. Erasmus Wilson

260. The Etowah County (Ala.) Medical Society vs. Dr. William Thomas Coggin: Dr. William Thomas Coggin, of Athens, Ga., who claims the honor of doing the first symphyseotomy in this county, is denounced by the Etowah County (Ala.) Medical Society as an impostor and a fraud

271. Eulogy on the life and character of the late Prof. John M. Watson, M.D., in an introductory lecture to the seventeenth course of lectures in the Medical Department of the University of Nashville, delivered at the First Presbyterian Church, on the 5th day of November, 1866

282. Festival dinner of the Albany County Medical Society: in celebration of the completion of the half century in the practice of medicine by Dr. James Wade, Dr. Barent P. Staats and Dr. James M'Naughton

284. A few passages in the life of Dr. Francis Tumblety, the Indian herb doctor: including his experience in the old Capitol Prison, to which he was consigned with a wanton disregard to justice and liberty, by order of Edwin Stanton, Secretary of War : also journalistic and documentary vindication of his name and fame, and professional testimonials respectfully inscribed to the American public

287. Den förolyckade medicinen

288. Francis Henry Ramsbotham

290. Fructus belli, Docteur!