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2. [Dr. Joseph Black]

6. An inaugural dissertation, to disprove the existence of muscular fibres in the vessels: 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 thirtieth day of April, 1793

8. A concise economical plan of the family medical institution for administring advice and medicines: to families and individuals, possessing small fortunes and moderate incomes : upon liberal, safe, honorable and easy terms, at their own habitations intended to operate as a security from dangerous delays, unscientific bewildered practice, and injudicious prescription

11. Letter from the secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, by direction of the governor, relative to the late malignant fever: and report of the Board of Managers, of the Marine and City Hospitals, in reply

14. Address, &c

16. An account of the malignant fever, lalely [sic] prevalent in the city of New-York

24. To the Senate and House of Representatives, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: the memorial of the managers of the Pennsylvania Hospital, respectfully sheweth, that, in the beginning of the year 1751, a plan was presented to the Assembly, for a public hospital, for the benevolent purpose of receiving and accommodating the lunatics and sick poor of Pennsylvania

29. The millenial door thrown open or, The mysteries of the latter day glory unfolded: in a discourse, delivered at East-Windsor, state of Connecticut, July Fourth, 1799 ; the twenty-third year of the declaration of the independence of the United States : in which event was laid the corner stone of the national temple, under whose auspices all worshippers of God are allowed full indulgence : and from which springs the temple of the living God, into whose bosom the nations of the earth are to bring their glory and their honor

30. An abridgment [sic] of the second edition of a work, written by Dr. Currie, of Liverpool in England: on the use of water, in diseases of the human frame ; and fever, opium, strong drink, abstinence from food, and the passages through the human skin ; with occasional remarks

32. Dr. Leib's patriotic speech, addressed to the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania, February 24, 1796: throwing light on the most important proceedings of the federal government ; touching on the treaty with Great Britain ; and many other subjects, which materially concern every true friend to his country

34. An inaugural dissertation on the effects of the passions upon the body: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the medical professors and trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine, on the 19th day of May, 1794

35. An inaugural dissertation on pneumonia, or pulmonary state of fever: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania ; on the 17th May 1796 ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

38. Respected friend, as our correspondence with most of our friends, both at home and abroad, has been interrupted on our part, for nearly three months past, it is proper that we should account to them for so extraordinary a suspension, and give some account of our late and present situation

40. Minutes of the proceedings of the committee, appointed on the 14th September, 1793, by the citizens of Philadelphia, the Northern Liberties and the District of Southwark, to attend to and alleviate the sufferings of the afflicted with the malignant fever, prevalent, in the city and its vicinity: with an appendix

41. Elements of physiology

45. A dissertation on the sources of malignant bilious, or yellow fever, and means of preventing it: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees & medical faculty, of the University of Pennsylvania, on the sixth day of June, 1799, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

50. 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

52. An inaugural dissertation on cholera infantum: submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost, the trustees and medical faculty, of the University of Pennsylvania, on the twenty-second day of May, 1798, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine

54. An oration, on the improvement of medicine: pronuonced [sic] before a respectable auditory of citizens, in the Federal Hall in the city of New-York ; according to appointment of the Medical Society of the State of New-York : at their anniversary meeting, on the 16th January, 1794

58. A discourse upon the institution of medical schools in America: delivered at a public anniversary commencement, held in the College of Philadelphia May 30 and 31, 1765 ; with a preface containing, amongst other things, the author's apology for attempting to introduce the regular mode of practising physic in Philadelphia

60. An inaugural dissertation on the compression of the brain from concussion: 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 thirtieth day of April, 1793

62. An account of the epidemic yellow fever, as it appeared in the city of New-York in the year 1795: containing, besides its history, &c., the most probable means of preventing its return, and of avoiding it, in case it should again become epidemic

66. An inaugural dissertation, on the rationale of the operation of opium on the animal economy: with observations on its use in disease ; submitted to the examination of the Reverend John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania, on the [blank] May, 1797, for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine

69. An inaugural dissertation on the cholera morbus: 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 sixth day of May, 1794

70. A dissertation on hernia humoralis

72. An inaugural essay on inflammation

73. Memoirs of the yellow fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia, and other parts of the United States of America, in the summer and autumn of the present year, 1798: including, tables of the weather, and the daily returns of the sick and dead ; the proceedings of the Board of Health, and Guardians of the Poor ; with the various events of each day, noted at the time of their occurrence ; and the publications which appeared in the different newspapers, during the continuance of the disease, dissections at Boston, &c. &c. ; to which is added, a collections of facts respecting the origin of the fever

74. General Wolfe's instructions to young officers: also his orders for a battalion and an army ; together with the orders and signals used in embarking and debarking an army, by flat-bottom'd boats, &c. and a placart to the Canadians ; to which are prefixed, the duty of an adjutant, and quarter-master, &c

76. An eulogium in honor of the late Dr. William Cullen, professor of the practice of physic in the University of Edinburgh: delivered before the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, on the 9th of July, agreeably to their vote of the 4th of May, 1790

77. An inaugural dissertation on tetanus

79. A second address to the citizens of Philadelphia, containing additional proofs of the domestic origin of the malignant bilious, or yellow fever: to which are added, observations, intended to shew that a belief in that opinion, is calculated to lessen the mortality of the disease, and to prevent its recurrence

81. An inaugural dissertation on opium: submitted to the examination of John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; and to the trustees and medical professors of the University of Pennsylvania ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine : on the second day of May, A.D. 1792

84. A brief account of the epidemical fever which lately prevailed in the city of New York: with the different proclamations, reports and letters of Gov. Jay, Gov. Mifflin, the Health Committee of New York, &c. upon the subject : to which is added, an accurate list of the names of those who have died of the disease, from July 29, to Nov. 1

85. The case of the manufacturers of soap & candles in the city of New-York, stated and examined: to which are prefixed, the laws of the state of New-York, concerning infectious diseases ; with an addition, in form of an appendix ; containing, several documents and papers, relative to these subjects

87. An account of the contagious epidemic yellow fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia in the summer and autumn of 1797: comprising the questions of its causes and domestic origin, characters, medical treatment, and preventives

90. Candid invitations to serious and unbiased reflections, concerning the great and dreadful increase, malignancy and direfull effects of fevers, and other epidemick diseases: which yearly destroy great numbers of all ranks and degrees, age and sex : with important inquiries, remarks and observations on the causes therof : to which is added : reasons and motives to demonstrate the necessity of putting an immediate stop to their growing progress ... : recommended to the serious and unbiased consideration of all who may think the means for preserving life and health

100. Medical inquiries and observations: containing an account of the yellow fever, as it appeared in Philadelphia in 1797, and observations upon the nature and cure of the gout, and hydrophobia