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19. El tífus icterodes ó fiebre amarilla: estudios sobre su historia, causas, diagnóstico, naturaleza y tratamiento curativo general : mas racional, seguro y conveniente, entre los propuestos hasta el dia, con indicaciones sobre su profilaxis posible, especialmente para los Europeos, en particular mas expuestos á padecerla en estas Antillas : resúmen de trabajos sobre el mismo objeto, presentados á la Direccion de Sanidad Militar y Ateneo Catalan, en tempo oportuno, y que han dido aceptados col elogios notables, que se hallen consignados en actas y notas oficiales correspondientes


27. An inaugural essay on the yellow fever, as it appeared in this city in 1795: submitted to the public examination of the faculty of physic, under the authority of the trustees of Columbia College, in the state of New-York, William Samuel Johnson, LL.D. president, for the degree of Doctor of Physic, on the 3d of May, 1797


45. Occasional essays on the yellow fever: containing a number of remarkable relative facts, as well as some encouraging ideas, that those cities of America, which for more than ninety successive years, had been generally preserved from the dreadful evil, may by the divine blessing on wise and prudent measures, experience in future, a similar preservation from the dire calamities of a mortal pestilence : addressed to those who have not forgotten what has happened, within a few years, among their friends and fellow citizens


48. A statement of the occurrences during a malignant yellow fever in the city of New-York, in the summer and autumnal months of 1819: and of the check given to its progress, by the measures adopted by the Board of Health : with a list of cases and names of sick persons, and a map of their places of residence within the infected and proscribed limits : with a view of ascertaining, by comparative arguments, whether the distemper was engendered by domestic causes, or communicated by human contagion from foreign ports