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11. Lexicon medicum, or, Medical dictionary: containing an explanation of the terms in anatomy, botany, chemistry, materia medica, midwifery, mineralogy, pharmacy, physiology, practice of physic, surgery, and the various branches of natural philosophy connected with medicine : selected, arranged, and compiled from the best authors

15. Popular medicine, or, Family adviser: consisting of outlines of anatomy, physiology, and hygiene : with such hints on the practice of physic, surgery, and the diseases of women and children as may prove useful in families when regular physicians cannot be procured : being a companion and guide for intelligent principals of manufactories, plantations, and boarding-schools, heads of families, masters of vessels, missionaries, or travellers, and a useful sketch for young men about commencing the study of medicine

16. The medical formulary: being a collection of prescriptions derived from the writings and practice of many of the most eminent physicians in America and Europe : to which is added an appendix, containing the usual dietetic preparations and antidotes for poisons : the whole accompanied with a few brief pharmaceutic and medical observations

31. Synopsis of phrenology and the phrenological developments: together with the character and talents of [blank] as given by [blank] : with reference to those pages of "Phrenology proved, illiustrated, and applied," in which will be found a full and correct delineation of the intellectual and moral character and manifestations of the above-named individual

37. A report founded on the cases of typhoid fever, or the common continued fever of New-England: which occured in the Massachusetts General Hospital from the opening of that institution in September, 1821 to the end of 1835 : communicated to the Massachusetts Medical Society, in June, 1838

39. 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

48. Information for the legislature and people of the State of Pennsylvania, and professional men throughout the United States: in relation to various systems of superstitious frauds, and particularly those inflicted upon the credulous by pretended doctors in medicine : together with an explanation of the homoeopathic and other systems of deception : advice to students of medicine, young physicians, the public, &c