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									                            Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
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Medico-Chirurgical review. American reprint; New                An Abstract of the patent granted by His Majesty King
York; v. 1-4, 1820-1824; ns. v. 1-47, 1824-1847.                George to Benj. Okell, the inventor of a medicine,
Austin No. 1284; (Also numbered v. 1-51. Reprint of             call'd, Dr. Bateman's pectoral drops.
British journal of the same name.) A periodical title           London, J. Cluer ... and John Peter Zenger in
listed by Austin which has not been included in this            New-York. 1731
collection of imprints.                                         Drugs, Non-Prescription
                                                                Austin No. 4; 4, 36 p. 16.8 cm.; A second title page, on
A Pathetic history of the plague in London in the year          the second p. [1] reads: A short treatise of the virtues
1665.                                                           of Dr. Bateman's pectoral drops: the nature of the
See [Defoe, Daniel] 1661?-1731.                                 distemper they cure, and the manner of their operation
                                                                ... Reprinted by J. Peter Zenger, in New York;
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Hospital.                            NNNAM.
    Some Account of the Pennsylvania Hospital.                      Reel: 1
See [Franklin, Benjamin] 1706-1790. Some Account
of the Pennsylvania Hospital… Philadelphia, 1754.               Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia (Pa.).
Other editions are listed under the main entry.                     Constitution of the Academy of Medicine of
                                                                Philadelphia.
Abeel, David G., d. 1795.                                       [Philadelphia]. [1799]
  An inaugural dissertation on dysentery.                       Societies, Medical
New York, T. and J. Swords. 1794                                Austin No. 5; 4 p. 20 cm.; Evans 36093; Caption title;
Dysentery                                                       Includes article of incorporation, dated April 3, 1799
Austin No. 1; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26530;                        (p. 4) transmitted by Thomas Mifflin, Governor of
Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, MBM,                       Pennsylvania; DNLM, PPC.
MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, NjR.                                       Reel: 1
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                                                                Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia (Pa.).
Abernethy, John, 1764-1831.                                        Laws of the Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia.
    Surgical observations.                                      [Philadelphia]. [1799]
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson; Fry and Kammerer.                  Societies, Medical
1811                                                            Austin No. 6; 7 p. 20 cm.; Evans 36094; Caption title;
Aneurysm; Surgery; Urethral Diseases; Venereal                  Signed at end : Philip Syng Physic, president; John C.
Diseases                                                        Otto, secretary; DNLM.
Austin No. 2; On the constitutional origin and                     Reel: 1
treatment of local diseases; and on aneurisms. On
diseases resembling syphilis; and on diseases of the            Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia (Pa.).
urethra ...; ix, [2], 325 p. 22 cm.; Previously published           Proofs of the origin of the yellow fever, in
in England as two works under titles: Surgical                  Philadelphia & Kensington, in the year 1797, from
observations on the constitutional origin and treatment         domestic exhalation; and from the foul air of the snow
of local diseases; and on aneurisms (London, 1809)              Navigation, from Marseilles; and from that of the ship
and Surgical observations on diseases resembling                Huldah, from Hamburgh, in two letters, addressed to
syphilis, and on diseases of the urethra (London,               the Governor of the Common-wealth of Pennsylvania.
1810); CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M,                    Philadelphia, Thomas & Samuel F. Bradford. 1798
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM,                                 Yellow Fever
NNNAM, OCl-M, PPC, PPJ, PU, ScMS.                               Austin No. 7; [4], 49 p. 24 cm.; Evans 34352;
    Reel: 1                                                     "Controvert[s] the opinion of the College of
                                                                Physicians."; --Pref.; The opinion of the College was
Abernethy, John, 1764-1831.                                     set forth in its Proceedings relative to the prevention of
   Surgical observations on injuries of the head; and           the introduction and spreading of contagious diseases,
on miscellaneous subjects.                                      published earlier in 1798; The first letter, in reply to
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson; Fry and Kammerer.                  the governor's request of Nov. 6, 1797, is signed by
1811                                                            Benjamin Rush and twelve others; the second, dated
Head Injuries                                                   March 20, 1798, is signed "by order of the Academy
Austin No. 3; 299 p. plate; 23 cm.; An edition of               ..." by the President and Secretary; "Appendix"
Surgical observations on injuries of the head; and on           (documents and affidavits) : p.[35]-49; CtY-M, DLC,
miscellaneous subjects was published in London in               DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi,
1810; Includes Surgical observations on tumours, and            NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PU, RPJCB.
on lumbar abscesses (p. [163]-299) which was                        Reel: 1
published in London in 1811; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,
ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
MnSRM, NNNAM, OCl-M, OkU-M, PPC, ScMS.
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An Account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann                Accum, Friedrich Christian, 1769-1838.
Moor, of Tutbury, Stafford-shire, England. Who has                  A treatise on adulterations of food, and culinary
for more than three years, lived entirely without food;          poisons.
giving the particulars of her life to the present time, an       Philadelphia, Ab'm Small. 1820
account of the investigation instituted on the occasion,         Food Contamination
and observations on the letters of some medical men              Austin No. 16; Exhibiting the fraudulent
who attended it.                                                 sophistications of bread, beer, wine, spiritous liquors,
Thomas Dickman. 1811                                             tea, coffee, cream, confectionery, vinegar, mustard,
Fasting                                                          pepper, cheese, olive oil, pickles, and other articles
Austin No. 13; 3d American from the 2d London                    employed in domestic economy. And methods of
edition; Springfield, Massachusetts; 35 p. 22 cm.;               detecting them ...; 269 p. 16 cm.; First published in
Differs slightly from the 1st American edition                   London in the same year; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
published in Philadelphia in 1810; The advertisement             MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
to the 2d English edition has been omitted, and the                 Reel: 1
introduction shortened; The note at end by Thomas
Ford, testifying to his belief in the truth of the               An Accurate and complete description of sleep, in a
preceding account, dated Boston, February 12, 1811,              discourse delivered before the Medical Society,
has been added; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA.                                September 1782, and now published in answer to an
    Reel: 1                                                      anonamous pamphlet just published in Philadelphia,
                                                                 entitled An Essay on matter.
An Account of the extraordinary abstinence of Ann                New-York, the author. 1784
Moor, of Tutbury, Stafford-shire, who has, for more              Sleep
than two years, lived entirely without food; giving the          Austin No. 17; 8 p. 22 cm.; Evans 18318; NHi.
particulars of her life to the present time, an account of          Reel: 1
the investigation instituted on the occasion, and
observations on the letters of some medical men who              Adams, Daniel, 1773-1864.
attended it.                                                        An inaugural dissertation on the principle of
Philadelphia, Joseph Sharpless. 1810                             animation.
Fasting                                                          Hanover, New-Hampshire, Moses Davis. 1799
Austin No. 8; Also other similar cases of abstinence,            Resuscitation
etc.; The 1st American, from the 2d English edition;             Austin No. 18; 27 p. 21 cm.; Evans 35074; Thesis (B.
36 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, PHi, PPC.                                    M.)--Dartmouth College; DNLM, MWA, MnSRM,
    Reel: 1                                                      NNNAM, RPJCB.
                                                                    Reel: 1
An Account of the remarkable recovery of Mrs. Mary
Read, of Rehoboth, to the use of her limbs, of which             Addoms, Jonas Smith, fl. 1792.
she had been deprived three years.                                  An inaugural dissertation on the malignant fever,
[Providence?]. [1769?]                                           which prevailed in the city of New-York during the
Psychosomatic Medicine                                           months of August, September, and October, in the
Austin No. 14; Broadside. 16.5 x 22.5 cm.; A miracle             year 1791.
cure but the case does have medical implications;                New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1792
MWA.                                                             Yellow Fever
   Reel: 1                                                       Austin No. 19; 37 p. 20 cm.; Evans 24024;
                                                                 Thesis--Queen's College, New Jersey; DLC, DNLM,
An Account of the rise, progress, and termination, of            MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M,
the malignant fever, lately prevalent in Philadelphia.           PPAmP, PPC, PU, RPJCB.
Philadelphia, Benjamin Johnson. 1793                                Reel: 1
Alcoholic Beverages; Plague; Yellow Fever
Austin No. 15; Briefly stated from authentic                     Address to the inhabitants of the city and liberties of
documents; 36, 12 p. 20 cm.; Evans 25075; "Probably              Philadelphia.
written by James Hardie."--Powell, J. H. Bring out               Philadelphia. 1797
your dead; Philadelphia, 1949, p. 288; "A short                  Yellow Fever
account of the plague in London, 1665 (written at that           Austin No. 20; Broadside. 43 x 25 cm.; Evans 31695;
time)": 12 p. at end; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi,                     Dated Sept. 6, 1797, and signed: A friend to mankind;
PP, PPC, PPL.                                                    Rules to be followed during a yellow fever epidemic;
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Agnew, James, d. 1840.                                           Akerly, Samuel, 1785-1845.
   An inaugural dissertation on perspiration.                        Deafness, and other diseases of the organ of
Philadelphia, Mathew Carey, from the press of D.                 hearing, attended to by Dr. Samuel Akerly, Physician
Hogan. 1800                                                      to the New-York Institution for the Institution of the
Sweating                                                         Deaf and Dumb.
Austin No. 21; 46 p. 21 cm.; Evans 36780;                        New York, E. Conrad. 1820
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                  Deafness
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PPAmP,                          Austin No. 24; 4 p. 1 fold. plate. 20.5 cm.; NNNAM.
PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                                  Reel: 1
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                                                                 Alden, Ebenezer, 1788-1881.
Aikin, Charles Rochemont, 1775-1847.                                An address, delivered in Hanover, N. H., before the
    A concise view of all the most important facts               Dartmouth Medical Society, on their first anniversary,
which have hitherto appeared concerning the                      Dec. 28th 1819.
cow-pox.                                                         Boston, James Loring. [1820]
Charlestown [Mass.] Samuel Etheridge, for E. and S.              Physicians; Societies, Medical
Larkin, Boston. 1801                                             Austin No. 25; 16 p. 24 cm.; On the qualifications of
Vaccinia                                                         the physician; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
Austin No. 22; 3d ed., corr. and enl.; 143 p. 16 cm.;            MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPL.
Incorporates "a great part" of the contents of Edward               Reel: 1
Jenner's An inquiry into the causes and effects of the
variolae vaccinae, London, 1798, with references to              Alexander, Ashton, 1772-1855.
his later works on the same subject; (Cf. Notes, p.                 An inaugural dissertation on the influence of one
13-14); First published in London in 1800; A second              disease, in the cure of others.
English edition, corrected and enlarged, appeared in             Philadelphia, Alexander M'Kenzie. 1795
1801; Also published in Philadelphia in 1801 under               Disease; Menstruation
title: Jennerian discovery; "Written testimonials ...            Austin No. 26; 40 p. 20 cm.; Evans 28161;
[on] the progress of the inoculation, since ... 1798" : p.       Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
125-143; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                             DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
MdBJ-W, NNNAM.                                                   PU.
    Reel: 1                                                         Reel: 1

Aikin, Charles Rochemont, 1775-1847.                             Alfriend, Shadrach.
    Jennerian discovery; or, A concise view of all the              An inaugural dissertation on cholera infantum.
most important facts which have hitherto appeared                Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1815
concerning the vaccine or cow-pock.                              Cholera
Philadelphia, Joseph Groff, by John Bioren. 1801                 Austin No. 27; 20 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Vaccinia                                                         Maryland; DLC, DNLM, NNNAM.
Austin No. 23; 2d American ed., with an important                   Reel: 1
appendix; [2], 158 p. 14 cm.; Largely an epitome of
Jenner's An inquiry into the causes and effects of the           Alibert, Jean Louis Marie Alibert, baron
variolae vaccinne, London, 1798; Apparently a reprint            1766?-1837.
of another 1801 American edition published in                       A treatise on malignant intermittents.
Charlestown, Mass. under title: A concise view of all            Philadelphia, Fry and Kammerer. 1807
the most important facis which have hitherto appeared            Yellow Fever
concerning the cow-pox; "Recommendations" by                     Austin No. 28; 3d ed., rev., corr., and enl.; Translated
Benjamin Rush and J. R. Coxe, dated Dec. 3 and 4,                from the French, with an introductory discourse,
1801, are prefixed; and an appendix (p. 147-158)                 occasional notes, and an appendix, by Charles
added; "Written testimonials ... [on] the progress of            Caldwell...; xiii, [1], 263, 116 p. plate. 22 cm.;
the inoculation, since ... 1798": p. 125-143; The                Translation of Traité des flèvres pernicieuses
appendix includes Jenner's The origin of the vaccine             intermittentes, published in Paris in 1804 as the 3d ed.
inoculation, originally published in London in 1801 as           of Dissertation sur les flèvres pernicieuses, ou
a pamphlet, setting forth his claim to having                    ataxiques intermittentes, which was originally
introduced cow-pox inoculation; extracts from J. C.              published as the author's thesis in 1799; The appendix,
Lettsom's Observations on the cow-pock, London,                  which has title, An essay on the pestilential or yellow
1801 ; and accounts of various institutions for vaccine          fever ... by Charles Caldwell, is separately paged;
inoculation in London, Manchester, and Paris;                    CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
DNLM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC.                                           MdU-D, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.
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Allen, Israel.                                                Anatomical Examinations.
   A treatise on the scarlatina anginosa, and                 Philadelphia, Edward Earle & Co., Fry and
dysentery; and sketches on febrile spasm, as produced         Kammerer. 1811
by plogiston [sic].                                           Anatomy
Leominster, Mass., Charles Prentiss, for the author, &        Austin No. 39; A complete series of anatomical
Robert B. Thomas [Sterling, Mass.]. 1796                      questions with answers; The answers arranged so as to
Dysentery; Scarlet Fever                                      form an elementary system of anatomy, and intended
Austin No. 29; 60 p. 21 cm.; Evans 29966; DNLM,               as preparatory to examinations at Surgeon's Hall; 2 v.
ICJ, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, RPJCB.                                  in 1. 3 fold. tab. 17.5 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM (copy not
   Reel: 2                                                    located), MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, *NNNAM,
                                                              OkU-M, PPC, PPL.
Allen, Robert.                                                   Reel: 2
   An inaugural dissertation on emmenagogues, and
their modus operandi.                                         Anderson, Alexander, 1775-1870.
Baltimore, G. Dobbin & Murphy. 1813                             An inaugural dissertation on chronic mania.
Menstruation Disorders; Menstruation Inducing                 New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1796
Agents                                                        Mental Disorders
Austin No. 30; 12 p. 23.5 cm.; Thesis--University of          Austin No. 40; 32 p. 22 cm.; Evans 29990;
Maryland; DLC, *NNNAM.                                        Thesis--Columbia College; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
   Reel: 2                                                    MBM, MWA, PHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, PPL.
                                                                Reel: 2
Allston, William, 1771-1848.
    An inaugural essay on dropsy, or the hydropic state       Anderson, Andrew, d. 1839.
of fever.                                                        An inaugural dissertation on the Eupatorium
Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1797                       perfoliatum of Linnaeus.
Edema                                                         New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813
Austin No. 31; 60 p. 20 cm.; Evans 31716;                     Eupatorium
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                Austin No. 41; 75 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,                         Physicians and Surgeons, New York; DLC, DNLM,
ScCM.                                                         ELRCS, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
    Reel: 2                                                   NjR, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                 Reel: 2
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Boston
(Mass.).                                                      Anderson, James, d. 1816.
    Sir, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences,              An inaugural dissertation on puerperal fever.
apprehending that important and useful information            Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1815
may be obtained, by collecting regular and uniform            Puerperal Infection
bills of mortality from the several towns within this         Austin No. 42; 20 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Commonwealth.                                                 Maryland; DLC, DNLM, MBM.
Boston, S. Hall. [1785]                                          Reel: 2
Mortality; Vital Statistics
Austin No. 32; Broadside. folio.; Evans 18901; At             Anderson, Peter, d. 1803.
head of title: Boston, Nov. 10th, 1785; DLC.                     An inaugural dissertation on the diarrhoea
    Reel: 2                                                   infantum.
                                                              New-York, Tiebout and O'Brien. 1795
Amos, Corbin, 1784-1866.                                      Diarrhea, Infantile
   An inaugural dissertation on dysentery.                    Austin No. 43; 29 p. 20 cm.; Evans 28193;
Baltimore, A. Miltenberger. 1812                              Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
Dysentery                                                     MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PU.
Austin No. 38; 40 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of                  Reel: 2
Medicine of Maryland; Errata slip mounted on p. 40;
DNLM, NNNAM.                                                  Andrews, John, 1746-1813.
   Reel: 2                                                        An address to the graduates in medicine: delivered
                                                              at a medical commencement, in the University of
                                                              Pennsylvania, held May 12, 1797.
                                                              Philadelphia, Ormrod and Conrad. 1797
                                                              Education, Medical; Medicine
                                                              Austin No. 44; To which is prefixed, the prayer, made
                                                              use of on that occasion ...; 19 p. 20 cm.; Evans 31736;
                                                              DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPL.
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Andrews, John, 1764-1845.                                       Archer, John, 1777-1830.
   A discourse delivered before the Merrimack                      An inaugural dissertation on cynanche trachealis,
Humane Society, at their anniversary meeting,                   commonly called croup or hives.
September 1, 1812.                                              Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1798
Newburyport, E. W. Allen. 1812                                  Laryngitis
Austin No. 45; 32 p. 8 vo.; *DLC, NHi, PPL.                     Austin No. 50; 46 p. 20 cm.; Evans 33307;
   Reel: 2                                                      Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
                                                                DNLM, MWA, MdU-D, NHi, NNNAM, NjR, PPC,
Andrews, John, fl. 1793.                                        PPL, PU, RPJCB.
   An inaugural dissertation on the apoplexy.                      Reel: 2
Philadelphia, Parry Hall. 1793
Cerebrovascular Disorders                                       Aristotle, pseud.
Austin No. 46; 24 p. 19 cm.; Evans 25111;                          Aristotle's complete master-piece in three parts,
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                 displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,                         man, ... to which is added, A treasure of health; or The
PPL, PU.                                                        family physician.
   Reel: 2                                                      [New-York?] the book-sellers. 1796
                                                                Medicine
Angelis, Gideon de.                                             Austin No. 54; The 30th ed.; 162 p. front., illus; PPC.
   Advice to the afflicted; a concise treatise on the              Reel: 2
venereal disease, its consequences and cure; and
observations on the effects of the vegetable syrup of           Aristotle, pseud.
salza & botanical essence, in confirmed lues.                       Aristotle's master-piece completed.
New York, the author. 1810                                      New-York, Printed for the United Company of Flying
Venereal Diseases                                               Stationers. 1793
Austin No. 47; 60 p. 19.5 cm.; DLC, *NNNAM.                     Genital Disease, Female; Medicine
   Reel: 2                                                      Austin No. 61; In two parts; The first containing The
                                                                secrets of generation in all the parts thereof ...; The
An Answer to A letter addressed to a Republican                 second part being A private looking-glass for the
member of the House of Representatives of the State             female sex, treating of the various maladies of the
of Massachusetts, on the subject of a petition for a new        womb, and all other distempers incident to women of
incorporation, to be entitled the College of Physicians.        all ages, with proper remedies for the cure of each; 130
[Boston] True & Rowe. 1812                                      p. front., illus. 15 cm.; Evans 25120; Previously
Societies, Medical                                              published with the same two parts in London in 1710;
Austin No. 48; 16 p. 23 cm.; An answer, dated Jan. 20,          The present edition lacks the introductory poem by
1812, to J. C. Warren's A letter addressed to a                 William Salmon; "The family physician: being choice
Republican member of the House of Representatives               and approved remedies for several distempers incident
(Boston, 1812) Warren's subsequent Reply to a                   to human bodies, &c.": p. [123]-126; This is attributed
pamphlet purporting to be An answer (Boston, 1812)              to Hippocrates and is called also "A treasure of health"
is addressed "to the three principal advocates of the           in editions of Aristotle's compleat master piece; The
petition for a College of Physicians, authors of the said       text here published is incomplete; "Of the judgement
Answer" (p. [3]) Benjamin Waterhouse was probably               of physiognomy taken from all parts of the human
the main author; Waterhouse's support for a                     body" : p. 126-130; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, PPC.
Massachusetts College of Physicians, as well as his                 Reel: 2
previously published writings against Dr. John
Warren and J. C. Warren, led to his dismissal from the          Aristotle, pseud.
faculty of Harvard Medical School; Cf. T. F.                       Aristotle's master-piece, or The secret's of nature
Harrington; The Harvard Medical School, 1905, p.                displayed in the generation of man: Complete in three
379-390; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, PPC.                        parts, to which is added, A treasure of health: or The
    Reel: 2                                                     family physician.
                                                                (Massachusetts.) Printed for the purchasers. 1801
Archer, James.                                                  Medicine
   An inaugural essay on the effects, & modus                   Austin No. 70; 107 p. illus. 17 cm.; *CtY-M, MBM.
operandi of the carbonates of lime, magnesia, and                  Reel: 2
potash; in the cure of general & local diseases.
Philadelphia, the author, by W. F. M'Laughlin. 1804
Magnesium; Pharmacology; Potasium
Austin No. 49; [8], 48 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MWA,
MdU-D, MnSRM, NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PPC, PPL,
PU.
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[Aristotle, pseud.].                                           Arnell, David R.
   The experienced midwife: absolutely necessary for               An address delivered to the Medical Society of
surgeons, midwives, nurses, and child-bearing                  Orange County, New-York, at their anniversary
women.                                                         meeting, July 7, 1812.
Philadelphia, Printed for the booksellers. 1799                Published by order of the Society. New-York, T. and
Midwifery                                                      J. Swords. 1812
Austin No. 73; A new ed. 100 p. 17 cm.; Evans 35116;           History of Medicine
This work has been attributed to William Salmon; It            Austin No. 85; 30 p. 23 cm.; A survey of the history of
was first published in London in 1700 under title:             medicine; DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPC,
Aristotle's compleat and experienc'd midwife; Also             PPL.
issued as part II of The works of Aristotle ... in four            Reel: 3
parts; Philadelphia, 1798 [i.e. 1799?]; DNLM.
   Reel: 3                                                     Arnell, David R.
                                                                   Address on peripneumonia typhoides, delivered to
Aristotle, pseud.                                              the Medical Society of Orange County [New York] at
   The works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher.             their anniversary meeting, July 5, 1814.
Philadelphia, Printed for the booksellers. 1798 [i.e.          Goshen, N.Y., T. B. Crowell. 1815
1799?]                                                         Pneumonia; Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne
Medicine; Midwifery                                            Austin No. 86; 16 p. 24 cm.; Half title: Address on the
Austin No. 74; In four parts; A new ed.; 4 pts. in 1 v.        late prevailing epidemic in Orange County; DNLM,
(72, 100, 68, 39 (i. e. 34) p.); Evans 33312; Parts 2-4        MWA, NNNAM.
have special title pages and separate paging;                      Reel: 3
Contents.--[I] Aristotle's complete master-piece.--[II]
The experienced midwife; A new ed.; Philadelphia,              Ashton, Henry.
1799.--[III] Aristotle's book of problems; A new ed.;             An inaugural essay; on the remitting and
Philadelphia, 1792.--[IV] Aristotle's last legacy,             intermitting bilious fever, of King George &
unfolding the mysteries of nature in the generation of         Westmoreland Counties, Virginia.
man; A new ed.; Philadelphia, 1792; CtY-M, DNLM                [Philadelphia] Printed, for the author, by Eaken &
(microfilm copy), MBM, *MWA, PPL.                              Mecum. 1803
   Reel: 3                                                     Malaria; Yellow Fever
                                                               Austin No. 87; 57, [1] p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Armstrong, John, 1709-1779.                                    Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
   The art of preserving health.                               NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Boston, Hosea Sprague. 1802                                       Reel: 3
Health
Austin No. 81; To which is prefixed a critical essay on        Aspinwall, George, 1774-1816?.
the poem, by J.Aikin, M.D.; xxiii, 71 p. 13 cm.;                  A dissertation on the cynanche maligna.
CtY-M, MBM, *MWA.                                              Dedham [Mass.] Mann and Adams. 1798
   Reel: 3                                                     Laryngeal Neoplasms
                                                               Austin No. 88; 20 p. 21 cm.; Evans 33318; DLC,
Armstrong, John, 1709-1779.                                    DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, RPJCB.
  The art of preserving health.                                   Reel: 3
Kennebunk, Maine, Stephen Sewall. 1804
Health
Austin No. 83; First published in the year Mdccxliv ...;
107 p. 17 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
   Reel: 3

Armstrong, John, 1709-1779.
   The art of preserving health.
Philadelphia, Benjamin Johnson [etc.]. 1804
Austin No. 82; To which is prefixed a critical essay on
the poem, by J. Aikin, M.D.; 143 p. front. 15 cm.;
DNLM, MBM, MWA, PPC, PPL.
   Reel: 3

[Armstrong, John] 1709-1779.
   The art of preserving health: a poem.
London, Printed; Philadelphia, Re-printed, and sold
by B. Franklin. 1745
Health
Austin No. 78; 88 p. 19 cm.; Evans 5532; DLC,
DNLM, PHi, PPF, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 3

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Assalini, Paolo, 1759-1846.                                       Atlee, Edwin Augustus, 1776-1852.
     Observations on the disease called the plague, on               An inaugural essay on the influence of music in the
the dysentery, the ophthalmy of Egypt, and on the                 cure of diseases.
means of prevention.                                              Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by B. Graves.
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1806                                    1804
Dysentery; Hospitals; Ophthalmology; Yellow Fever                 Music Therapy
Austin No. 89; With some remarks on the yellow fever              Austin No. 91; [2], 19 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
of Cadiz, and the description and plan of an hospital             Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MWA,
for the reception of patients affected with epidemic              NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
and contagious diseases ...; Translated from the                     Reel: 3
French by Adam Neale ...; To which is added, a letter
concerning the seasoning, or yellow fever of the                  Bach (Robert) & Co., New York.
West-Indies; By George Pinckard ...; xlvii, 234, [5] p.              Essence of spruce.
19 cm.; The French original (Observations sur la                  [New York]. [ca 1804]
maladie appelée la peste [etc.]) appeared in Paris in             Pharmacology; Plants, Medicinal
1801; The London edition of Neale's translation was               Austin No. 92; Broadside. 22x9 cm.; Advertisement
published in 1804; The appendix (p. 211-234) added                with directions for making spruce beer, "the greatest
in the American edition, is taken from Pinckard's                 preservative from the sea scurvy."; It was printed
Notes on the West-Indies, London, 1806;                           between 1802 and 1807 for "R. Bach & Co. druggists
"Introduction by the American publishers" (p.                     and perfumers, 128, Pearl-Street, New-York.";
[vii]-xiiii) includes extracts from S. L. Mitchill's letter       DNLM.
of Sept. 10, 1806, to the Board of Health in New York,               Reel: 3
and his letter (undated) to Dr. Rodgers, the health
officer in the port of New York; "Report made to the              Bache, William, 1773-1818.
Society of the School of Medicine at Paris, upon                     An inaugural experimental dissertation, being an
[Assalini's] Observations upon the disease called the             endeavour to ascertain the morbid effects of carbonic
plague, &c. Extracted from the registers of the Society           acid gas, or fixed air, on healthy animals, and the
... the sitting of ... (6th March, 1801)": p. 176-195;            manner in which they are produced.
"Report [on the state of the hospitals of the army of the         Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1794
East] made to the consuls of the French Republic, by              Carbonates
the Minister of War [Alex. Berthier] ... (4th April,              Austin No. 93; [2], 72 p. 19 cm.; Evans 26598;
1801): p. 196-198; "Medical books for sale by T. & J.             Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
Swords": p. [235-239]; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                     DNLM, ELRCS, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC,
LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NHi,                              PPL, PU, RPJCB.
NNNAM, NNS, NjR, OClM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU,                            Reel: 3
ScMS.
     Reel: 3                                                      Bacon, John.
                                                                      Directions for using the medicines, & c. contained
Association of Tallow Chandlers and Soap                          in the Family medicine chest.
Makers, New York.                                                 Boston. 1820
   The case of the manufacturers of soap & candles, in            Austin No. 94; 32 p. 15 cm.; MWA.
the city of New-York, stated and examined.                            Reel: 3
Published by the Association of Tallow Chandlers and
Soap Makers. New-York, Printed by John Buel for the               Baillie, Matthew, 1761-1823.
Association. 1797                                                    The morbid anatomy of some of the most important
Communicable Diseases; Soaps                                      parts of the human body.
Austin No. 90; To which are prefixed, the laws of the             Albany, Printed by Barber & Southwick, for Thomas
State of New-York, concerning infectious diseases.                Spencer, bookseller. 1795
With an addition ... containing, several documents and            Anatomy; Pathology
papers, relative to these subjects; 62 p. 23 cm.; Evans           Austin No. 95; The 1st American ed.; [4], viii, 248,
32564; Listed among S. L. Mitchill's works in C. R.               [12] p. 21 cm.; Evans 28226; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M,
Hall's A scientist in the early republic, 1934, p. [141]          DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM,
Mitchill defended the Association in its suit; DNLM,              NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU, ScMS.
NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                                     Reel: 3
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Baillie, Matthew, 1761-1823.                                    Ball, Isaac.
   The morbid anatomy of some of the most important                An analytical view of the animal economy.
parts of the human body.                                        New-York, Printed for the author, by G. J. Hunt. 1808
Walpole, N. H., Printed by G. W. Nichols, for W.                Physiology
Fessenden, bookseller, Brattleborough, Vt. 1808                 Austin No. 101; Calculated for the students of
Anatomy; Pathology                                              medicine, as well as private gentlemen; interspersed
Austin No. 96; The 2d American, from the 3d London              with many allegories and moral reflections, drawn
ed., corr.; 271 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,               from the subject, to awaken the mind to an elevated
IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,                           sense of the Great Author of nature ...; 90 (i.e. 88) p.
MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC.                                   incl. col. front. 19 cm.; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
   Reel: 3                                                      NNNAM, NNS, OClM, PPL.
                                                                   Reel: 4
Baillie, Matthew, 1761-1823.
   The morbid anatomy of some of the most important             Ball, Isaac.
parts of the human body.                                           An analytical view of the animal economy.
Philadelphia, Hickman and Hazzard. 1820                         New-York, Printed for the author, by Samuel Wood.
Anatomy; Pathology                                              1808
Austin No. 98; 3d American from the 5th London ed.;             Physiology
xx, 288 p. 23 cm.; The 5th London edition, "somewhat            Austin No. 102; Calculated for the students of
enlarged, and... corrected," was published in 1818;             medicine, as' well as private gentlemen: interspersed
CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM,                      with many allegories, and moral reflections, drawn
MWA, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,                            from the subject, to awaken the mind to an elevated
OkU-M, PPC, PPL, ScCM, ScMS.                                    sense of the Great Author of nature ...; The 2d ed.,
   Reel: 4                                                      with large additions; [4], 137, [25] p. col. front; 18
                                                                cm.; Cty-M, DNLM, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPL.
Baldwin, Charles N., defendant.                                    Reel: 4
     Report of the trial of Charles N. Baldwin, for a
libel, in publishing, in the Republican chronicle,              Ball, Isaac.
certain charges of fraud and swindling, in the                      An analytical view of the animal economy.
management of lotteries in the State of New-York.               New-York, printed for the author, by Samuel Wood.
New-York, C. N. Baldwin. 1818                                   1808 [i.e.1809]
Austin No. 99; Containing, the publications in relation         Physiology
to this interesting subject--the evidence--the speeches         Austin No. 103; Calculated for the students of
of the counsel on both sides, and the charge of His             medicine, as well as private gentlemen: interspersed
Hon. C.D. Colden, Mayor of the city of New-York, to             with many allegories, and moral reflections, drawn
the jury... The whole being taken down in short hand,           from the subject, to awaken the mind to an elevated
at the trial ... by H. W. Warner, esquire; 124 p. 22 cm.;       sense of the Great Author of nature ...; The 3d ed.,
Trial in the Court of General Sessions, Nov. 10-13,             with large additions; [2], 164 (i.e. 162) p. front. 18
1818; The verdict was "not guilty."; "The defendant             cm.; A reprint of the 2d ed. of 1808 with the omission
was the editor of ... the Republican chronicle and city         of the preface, the table of contents, errata, and
advertiser, in which, on the 19th and 23d of September          subscribers' names; A different dedication, dated June
... [1818] two publications had been made which were,           1, 1809, has been inserted, and an appendix, On the
by the indictment, considered libellous in regard to the        senses (p. [141]-164) has been added; DNLM, MWA,
managers and other persons concerned in the drawing             NNNAM, PPC.
of the 5th class of the Medical Science Lottery."; (Cf.             Reel: 4
p. [23]); DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNC, PHi, PP.
     Reel: 4                                                    Ball, Thomas.
                                                                   An inaugural dissertation on the causes and effects
Baldwin, William, 1779-1819.                                    of sleep.
   A short practical narrative of the diseases which            Philadelphia, Budd and Bartram. 1796
prevailed among the American seamen, at Wampoa in               Sleep
China; in the year 1805; with some account of diseases          Austin No. 104; 34 p. 20 cm.; Evans 30014;
which appeared among the crew of the ship                       Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
New-Jersey, on the passage from thence, to                      MWA, PPC, PPL, PU.
Philadelphia.                                                      Reel: 4
Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1807
Naval Medicine
Austin No. 100; 23 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Pennsylvania; DNLM, ICJ, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC,
PPL, PU.
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                                           Reel Listing

Baltimore.                                                      Baltzell, John.
   A series of letters and other documents relating to              An essay, on the mineral properties of the Sweet
the late epidemic or yellow fever; comprising: the              Springs of Virginia, and conjectures respecting the
correspondence of the mayor of the city, the board of           processes of their production by nature, together with
health, the executive of the State of Maryland, and the         hints relative to an artificial formation of similar
reports of the faculty and District Medical Society of          medicinal waters.
Baltimore.                                                      Baltimore, Warner & Hanna. 1802
Baltimore, William Warner. 1820                                 Mineral Waters
Yellow Fever                                                    Austin No. 110; To which are added, a few concise
Austin No. 105; Also, essays of the physicians, in              strictures on a treatise, composed by John Rouclle
answer to the mayor's circular requesting information           [sic] ... on the same subject...; 30 p. 21 cm.; Dr.
for the use of the city council in relation to the causes       Rouelle's A complete treatise on the mineral waters of
which gave origin to this disease--To which is added,           Virginia was published in Philadelphia in 1792;
the late ordinance reorganising the board of health,            DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPL.
&c. &c.; Published by authority of the mayor with the               Reel: 4
consent of the authors for the benefit of the Baltimore
Second Dispensary ...; 211 (i.e. 212) p. 24 cm.;                Bancroft, Edward Nathaniel, 1772-1842.
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                                 An essay on the disease called yellow fever; with
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPAmP,                          observations concerning febrile contagion, typhus
PPL.                                                            fever, dysentery, and the plague, partly delivered as
   Reel: 4                                                      the Gulstonian lectures, before the College of
                                                                Physicians, in the years 1806 and 1807.
Baltimore. General Dispensary.                                  Baltimore, Cushing & Jewett; J. Robinson, printer.
    An address to the citizens of Baltimore and its             1820
vicinity, containing a concise account of the Baltimore         Yellow Fever
General Dispensary, its by-laws, and other matters              Austin No. 111; And republished, with notes, by John
worthy of notice.                                               B. Davidge...; 526 p. plan. 23 cm.; Originally
Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1812                                  published in London in 1811; Includes material
Delivery of Healthcare                                          omitted from the lectures when delivered, additional
Austin No. 106; 40 p. 24 cm.; The address is an open            facts, three new chapters on typhus, dysentery, and the
letter requesting financial support, and includes a             plague, and eight appendices "to confirm or illustrate
history and description of the institution; It is signed        particular positions contained in the Essay."; (Cf.
by Joseph G.J. Bend, the president, and by two other            author's Advertisement, p. [xxi]); "A few brief notes,
members of the Board of Managers; Appendices no.                by John Davidge" : P. [503]-519; CU-M, CtY-M,
1-7 (p. [9]-24) include "An act to incorporate the              DLC, DNLM, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
contributors to the Baltimore General Dispensary"               NNNAM, PPC, PU, ScCM, ScMS.
(passed by the state legislature in 1807), the by-laws             Reel: 4
and supplementary resolutions, the "Regulations of
the Humane Society engrafted on the Dispensary",                Bard, John, 1716-1799.
"Information to patients", and the names of the                    A letter from Dr. John Bard, president of the
managers, consulting and attending physicians, and              Medical Society, of the state of New-York, to the
the apothecary; "Annual reports of the patients                 author of Thoughts on the dispensary.
admitted" and "Statement of the funds" for the years            New-York, William Durrell. 1791
1803-1812: p. 25-31; "List of the contributors for the          Writing
last six years" : p. 32-40; DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM,                Austin No. 113; Published from time past in the Daily
PPL.                                                            advertiser, signed A subscriber; 24 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans
    Reel: 4                                                     23156; DLC, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, *NNS.
                                                                   Reel: 4
Baltimore. General Dispensary.
   Rules and by-laws of the Baltimore General                   Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.
Dispensary; with other matter, relative to the                      An attempt to explain and justify the use of cold in
institution.                                                    uterine hemorrhagies, with a view to remove the
Baltimore, Sower and Cole. 1803                                 prejudices which prevail among the women of this
Delivery of Healthcare                                          city, against the use of this safe and necessary remedy.
Austin No. 107; 16 p. 24 cm.; "Names of the                     New-York, H. Gaine. 1788
contributors" : p. 9-13; "Account of the funds of the           Uterine Hemorrhage
Dispensary to June 28, 1803" : p. 15; Names of the              Austin No. 115; 15 p. 17 cm.; Evans 20951; DNLM,
managers, consulting and attending physicians, and              NHi, NNNAM.
the apothecary : p. 16; Statistical account of the                  Reel: 4
patients to Aug. 1, 1803 : p. 16; DNLM.
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Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.                                           Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.
   A compendium of the theory and practice of                          A discourse on the importance of medical
midwifery, containing practical instructions for the               education: delivered on the fourth of November, 1811,
management of women during pregnancy, in labour,                   at the opening of the present session of the medical
and in child-bed.                                                  school of the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
New-York, Collins and Co. 1812                                     New-York, C.S. Van Winkle. 1812
Midwifery                                                          Education, Medical
Austin No. 118; 2d ed. enl. ...; 255 p. illus. 18 cm.;             Austin No. 123; 22 p. 21 cm.; *MWA, NHi, NNC,
CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM,                                 NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR.
NNU-M, PPC, PPL.                                                       Reel: 5
   Reel: 5
                                                                   Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.
Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.                                              A discourse upon the duties of a physician, with
   A compendium of the theory and practice of                      some sentiments, on the usefulness and necessity of a
midwifery, containing practical instructions for the               public hospital: delivered before the president and
management of women during pregnancy, in labour,                   governors of King's College, at the commencement,
and in child-bed.                                                  held on the 16th of May, 1769.
New-York, Collins and Perkins. 1807                                New-York, A. & J. Robertson. 1769
Midwifery                                                          Ethics, Medical
Austin No. 116; 239 p. illus. 18 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM,                 Austin No. 124; As advice to those gentlemen who
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPC.                                then received the first medical degrees conferred by
   Reel: 5                                                         that university ...; [2], ii, iii, 18 p. 21 cm.; Evans
                                                                   11168; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NHi,
Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.                                           NNC, NNNAM.
   A compendium of the theory and practice of                         Reel: 5
midwifery, containing practical instructions for the
management of women, during pregnancy, in labour,                  Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.
and in child-bed.                                                     An enquiry into the nature, cause and cure, of the
New-York, Collins and Co. 1817                                     angina suffocativa, or, sore throat distemper, as it is
Midwifery                                                          commonly called by the inhabitants of this city and
Austin No. 120; 4th ed.--enl. ...; viii, [2], 366 p. illus.        colony.
22 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M,                           New-York, S. Inslee, and A. Car. 1771
MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNC,                                Diptheria
NNNAM, PPC, PPJ, PU.                                               Austin No. 125; 33 p. 18 cm.; Evans 11977; CtY-M,
   Reel: 5                                                         DLC, DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP,
                                                                   PHi, PPC, PPL.
Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.                                              Reel: 5
   A compendium of the theory and practice of
midwifery, containing practical instructions for the               Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.
management of women, during pregnancy, in labour,                     A guide for young shepherds; or facts and
and in child-bed.                                                  observations on the character and value of merino
New-York, Collins and Co. 1819                                     sheep: with rules and precepts for their management,
Midwifery                                                          and the treatment of their diseases.
Austin No. 121; 5th ed.--enl. ...; viii, [2], 419 p. illus.        New-York, Collins & Co. 1811
22 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,                        Sheep Diseases
MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,                                Austin No. 126; 112 p. 18 cm.; DLC, IEN-M,
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                      MdBJ-W, *NNNAM.
   Reel: 5                                                            Reel: 5

Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821.                                           Barnwell, William.
   A discourse on medical education, delivered at the                 Physical investigations & deductions, from
medical commencement of the College of Physicians                  medical and surgical facts.
and Surgeons of the University of the State of                     [Philadelphia] Printed for the author. 1802
New-York, on the sixth of April, 1819.                             Tropical Medicine
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1819                                   Austin No. 127; Relative to the causes, nature and
Education, Medical                                                 remedies of the diseases of a warm and vitiated
Austin No. 122; 28 p. 21 cm.; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,                    atmosphere, from climate, local situation, or season of
MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.                                  the year. Together with An historical introduction to
   Reel: 5                                                         physianthropy: or the experimental philosophy of
                                                                   human life: that of diseases, and also of remedies ...;
                                                                   458, [1] p. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, PPC.
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Barrow, William.                                                 Bartlett, Josiah, 1759-1820.
  An inaugural dissertation on lumbar abscess.                       A dissertation on the progress of medical science,
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1804                                   in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Lumbosacral Region                                               Boston, T.B. Wait and Co. 1810
Austin No. 129; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Columbia                   Medicine
College; DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS,                        Austin No. 133; Read at the annual meeting of the
PPC, PPL.                                                        Massachusetts Medical Society, June 6th, 1810 ...; 48
  Reel: 5                                                        p. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IU-M, MBM,
                                                                 MH-M, MWA, MWiW, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM,
Bartlet, John, 1716?-1772.                                       PHi, PPC, PPL.
     The gentleman farrier's repository, of elegant and              Reel: 5
approved remedies for the diseases of horses; in two
books.                                                           Bartlett, Josiah, 1759-1820.
Philadelphia, Joseph Crukshank. 1775                                 An historical sketch of the progress of medical
Horse Diseases                                                   science, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
Austin No. 130; Containing, I. The surgical; II. The             being the substance of a discourse read at the annual
medical part of practical farriery; also, directions for         meeting of the Medical Society, June 6, 1810, with
the proper treatment of... horses, after violent exercise        alterations and additions to January 1, 1813.
...; To which are now added; observations on                     [Charlestown]. [1813]
broken-winded horses, endeavouring to prove the seat             Medicine
of that malady not to be in the lungs ... The 3d ed. ...;        Austin No. 134; 35 [1] p. 21 cm.; Note on p. [1] at end
xii, 293 p. 17 cm.; Evans 13826; Part II has caption             reads: This pamphlet is copied from the first volume
title: Pharmacopoeia hippiatrica; Earlier English                of the new series of the Massachusetts Historical
editions (Eton, 1764 and 1766) were published under              Collections, page 105; *MBM, MWA.
this title; The 3d English edition (Eton, 1773) was                  Reel: 6
published under title: Pharmacopeia Bartleiana; DLC,
DNLM, MWA.                                                       Bartlett, Josiah, 1759-1820.
     Reel: 5                                                        An oration occasioned by the death of John
                                                                 Warren, M.D. Past grand master.
Bartlett, Charles F.                                             Boston, Printed by C. Stebbins, for Russell, Cutler &
    An account of the rise and progress of the                   Co. 1815
malignant fever, commonly called the yellow fever!               Austin No. 135; Delivered in the Grand Lodge of
which lately appeared in Newport:--and an account of             Massachusetts, at a quarterly meeting, in Boston, June
the treatment that proved most successful in it.                 12, 1815 ...; 24 p. 23 cm.; "Masonick dirge; To the
Newport, (R.I.) by Oliver Farnsworth, for the author.            memory of Dr. John Warren ... Written by Rev. T. M.
1801                                                             Harris, D.D.": p. [21]-22; "Ode.; To the memory of
Yellow Fever                                                     John Warren, M.D. ... Written by Mrs. Rowson, at the
Austin No. 131; Also, a note of advice, ...; To which is         request of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts": p.
added, some remarks on the conduct of the author, and            22-24; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,
others immediately concerned, in the first transactions          PHi.
of this unfortunate affair. ...; 43 p. 8vo.; *CtY-M, NHi,           Reel: 6
RHi.
    Reel: 5                                                      Barton, Benjamin Smith, 1766-1815.
                                                                    An account of the most effectual means of
Bartlett, John, 1756?-1844.                                      preventing the deleterious consequences of the bite of
    A discourse on the subject of animation.                     the crotalus horridus, or rattle-snake.
Boston, Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews.                   Philadelphia, R. Aitken & Son. 1792
1792                                                             Crotalid Venoms; Snake Bites
Asphyxia; Drowning; Resuscitation                                Austin No. 136; 19 p. 4to; Evans 24079; DNLM,
Austin No. 132; Delivered before the Humane Society              PPAmP.
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, June 11,                      Reel: 6
1792 ...; 40 p. 21 cm.; Evans 24078; CtY-M, DLC,
DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPJ,
PPL, RPJCB.
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Barton, Benjamin Smith, 1766-1815.                                Barton, Benjamin Smith, 1766-1815.
    Collections for an essay towards a materia medica                 A memoir concerning the disease of goitre, as it
of the United-States.                                             prevails in different parts of North-America.
Philadelphia, Printed for Edward Earle and Co., Fry               Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Way & Groff.
and Kammerer, printers. 1810                                      1800
Pharmacology                                                      Goiter
Austin No. 140; The 3d ed., with additions...; xvi, 67,           Austin No. 141; viii, 94 p. 20 cm.; Evans 36903; "The
xv, 53, [2] p. 22 cm.; Part 2 has half title only, without        greater part of the ...; Memoir was written in the winter
edition statement; This edition, "somewhat improved               of 1797-1798 ...; It was read to ... a class ... who
and enlarged," is similar in contents to the editions of          attended ... [Barton's] course of lectures on the materia
the first and second parts, published in 1801 and 1804            medica, in that season, and again in the winter of
respectively; The author proposed to publish a third              1798-1799."; --Pref.; "Appendix, containing
part containing additions to the whole work; Cf. Pref.            illustrations and additions": p. [78]-93; DNLM,
to the 3d ed.; This was apparently never published;               ELRCS, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, OClM,
Notices of the author's lectures at the University of             PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PU, ScMS.
Pennsylvania on botany, materia medica, and natural                   Reel: 6
history,: pt. 2, p. [54-55]; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                               Barton, William Paul Crillon, 1786-1856.
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, PHi,                                A biographical sketch, read pursuant to
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                     appointment before the Philadelphia Medical Society,
    Reel: 6                                                       at a stated meeting, on Saturday, 16th February 1810
                                                                  [i. e. 1816] of their late president, Professor [B. S.]
Barton, Benjamin Smith, 1766-1815.                                Barton.
    Collections for an essay towards a materia medica             [Philadelphia]. [1816]
of the United-States.                                             Physicians
Philadelphia, printed for the author, by A. and G.                Austin No. 143; 34 p. port. 22 cm.; Caption title;
Way. 1804                                                         "Catalogue ... of Dr. Barton's works": p. 25-29; Note
Pharmacology                                                      concerning portraits of Barton: p. 34; DLC, DNLM,
Austin No. 139; Part second...; 53, [3]p. 23 cm.; The             MBM, MWA, PHi, PPL.
first edition of the second part; Part 1 had appeared in              Reel: 6
1798 and in a 2d ed. in 1801; DNLM, ICJ, MBM,
MWA, MdU-D, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, ScMS.                         Barton, William Paul Crillon, 1786-1856.
    Reel: 6                                                          A dissertation on the chymical properties and
                                                                  exhilarating effects of nitrous oxide gas; and its
Barton, Benjamin Smith, 1766-1815.                                application to pneumatick medicine.
    Collections for an essay towards a materia medica             Philadelphia, Printed for the author, at the Lorenzo
of the United-States.                                             Press. 1808
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Robert Carr.             Nitrous Oxide
1801                                                              Austin No. 144; xviii, [2], 95 p. 22 cm.;
Pharmacology                                                      Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM,
Austin No. 138; Part first; The 2d ed.; xii, 64 p. 21             IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PPAmP,
cm.; Part second was printed in 1804; The plates, to be           PPC, PPL, PU.
issued separately, were apparently never published;                  Reel: 6
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NHi,
NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PU, ScMS.
    Reel: 6

Barton, Benjamin Smith, 1766-1815.
    Collections for an essay towards a materia medica
of the United-States.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Way & Groff.
1798
Pharmacology
Austin No. 137; Read before the Philadelphia Medical
Society, on the twenty-first of February, 1798 ...; vii,
49 p. 20 cm.; Evans 33377; Forms "part first" of the
later editions; "Part second" was published in 1804;
When the address was revised for publication, "the
concluding part ... relative to the establishment of a
medical library," was omitted.
    Reel: 6




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                                           Reel Listing

Barton, William Paul Crillon, 1786-1856.                        Barton, William Paul Crillon, 1786-1856.
    Memorial from the professor of bot-any in the                   A treatise containing a plan for the internal
University of Pennsylvania, to the Trustees of that             organization and government of marine hospitals in
institution; praying for the removal of the                     the United States: together with a scheme for
professorship from the faculty of natural science, into         amending and systematizing the medical department
the medical faculty; and to render it a requisite branch        of the Navy.
for the attainment of a medical degree.                         Philadelphia, Printed for the author; sold by Edward
Philadelphia, Robert P. M'Culloh. 1820                          Parker and Philip H. Nicklin. 1814
Education, Medical                                              Naval Medicine
Austin No. 145; 26 p. 21 cm.; Cover title; Signed (p.           Austin No. 147; xxv, [3], 244 p. plate. 24 cm.; The
11) by the "memorialist," William P. C. Barton, and             first part, on naval hospitals, was written in 1811 at the
dated Mar. 13, 1820; Letters on "the importance of              request of Paul Hamilton, Secretary of the Navy;
botany as a branch of medical education," addressed to          "With considerable additions, and ... some
Barton by David Hosack, S. L. Mitchell, Jacob                   emendations ... the original plan sent to the Secretary
Bigelow, and "the physicians of Philadelphia" (p.               is now presented ... to the commissioners of the
11-22) followed by "Remarks to the Trustees" signed             marine hospital fund [i.e., the Commissioners of
by Barton and dated Apr. 1, 1820; The professorship             Naval Hospitals] and the surgeons in the
of botany and natural history in the medical faculty            Navy."--Pref.; The author is concerned not with the
had been abolished by the Trustees in 1816, when a              merchant marine hospitals, but with the proposed
faculty of natural science was instituted; Cf. Joseph           naval hospitals authorized in the act of 1811. Cf. p.
Carson. Hist. of Med. Dept. of the Univ. of Pa., 1869,          [1]-8, and F. L. Pleadwell, in Annals of medical hist.,
p. 134; Advertisement on p. [4] of cover for the                v. 2 (1919) p. 267-301; "Recommendatory letters
forthcoming v. 3 of the author's Vegetable materia              [from physicians and surgeons]" : p. [v]-viii; "Report
medica of the United States, apparently never                   of B. Henry Latrobe, on his design for a marine
published; DNLM, MBM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                     hospital ... July 3d, 1812": p. 112-120; "An account of
    Reel: 6                                                     the Pennsylvania Hospital, and its internal police," and
                                                                "Hints ... to the managers": p. 121-134; Appendix (p.
Barton, William Paul Crillon, 1786-1856.                        [243]-244) contains lists of surgeons and surgeons'
   Syllabus of the lectures delivered on vegetable              mates in the Navy in 1814; "Errata": p. [xxvi]; CtY-M,
materia medica, and botany, in the University of                DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, NNC, NNNAM,
Pennsylvania.                                                   PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
Printed for the use of the classes. J. R. A. Skerrett,              Reel: 6
printer. 1819
Pharmacology                                                    Barton, William Paul Crillon, 1786-1856.
Austin No. 146; 12 p. 17.5 cm.; DLC, PPAmP, PPL,                   Vegetable materia medica of the United States; or
PC.                                                             Medical botany: containing a botanical, general, and
   Reel: 6                                                      medical history, of medicinal plants indigenous to the
                                                                United States.
                                                                Philadelphia, Printed and published by M. Carey &
                                                                Son. 1817-18 [ie 1817-19]
                                                                Pharmacology
                                                                Austin No. 149; Illustrated by coloured engravings,
                                                                made after original drawings from nature, done by the
                                                                author ...; 2 v. in 1. 50 col. plates (1 double) 29 cm.;
                                                                Vol. 2 has imprint: Philadelphia, Published by M.
                                                                Carey & Son; Joseph R. A. Skerrett, printer, 1818;
                                                                Issued in parts; The "eighth and last number" was
                                                                scheduled for publication in March 1819, according to
                                                                the "Preliminary observations" for v. 2, dated Dec. 3,
                                                                1818; A third volume continuing this work, advertised
                                                                in 1820 as "shortly to [be] put to press," was
                                                                apparently never published; Plates hand-colored by
                                                                the author with the assistance of others; Includes
                                                                bibliographical references for each plant and "the
                                                                chemical analysis, when any has been made.";
                                                                "Subscribers' names": v. 2, p. [241]-243; "To
                                                                subscribers" (note concerning errata in v. 1): 1 leaf,
                                                                inserted at end of v. 2; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ,
                                                                (vol. 2), IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA (vol. 2),
                                                                MdBJ-W (vol. 2), MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M,
                                                                PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU (plates wanting).
                                                                   Reel: 6




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                            Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                           Reel Listing

Barton, William, 1754-1817.                                     Baudelocque, Jean Louis, 1745?-1810.
   Observations on the progress of population, and the             An abridgment of Mr. Heath's translation of
probabilities of the duration of human life, in the             Baudelocque's midwifery; with notes by William P.
United States of America.                                       Dewees.
[Philadelphia] R. Aitken & Son. 1791                            Philadelphia, Printed by Bartram and Reynolds, for
Life Expectancy                                                 Thomas Dobson. 1807
Austin No. 142; Read before the American                        Midwifery
Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia, for                 Austin No. 155; xiv, 658, p. 7 plates. 22 cm.;
Promoting Useful Knowledge...; [2], 38 p. 26 cm.;               Baudelocque's work was originally published (Paris,
Evans 23158; Separate, from the Transactions of the             1781) under title: L'art des accouchemens; The
American Philosophical Society, v. 3, no. 7, p. 25-62;          translation by John Heath was apparently made from
"Read Mar. 18, 1791."; A letter addressed to David              the revised edition of 1789 and was published in
Rittenhouse, the president of the Society; Signed:              London in 1790 under title: A system of midwifery;
Your affectionate nephew, W. Barton; Error in                   DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,
printing? Two lines of text missing at bottom of p. 20          MnSRM, NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPC, PPL.
supplied in manuscript; Tables: p. 32-38; DNLM.                    Reel: 7
   Reel: 6
                                                                Bay, William, 1773-1865.
Bartram, Moses, d. 1791.                                            An inaugural dissertation on the operation of
   Exercitatio medica inauguralis, de victu.                    pestilential fluids upon the large intestines, termed by
Philadelphiae, Excudebat Tho. Lang. 1790                        nosologists dysentery.
Austin No. 150; [6], 28 p. 21 cm.; Evans 22328 (E               New York, T. and J. Swords. 1797
typis Thomae Lang); Thesis--College of Philadelphia;            Intestine, Large
DLC, DNLM, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPF, PPL,                         Austin No. 157; 109 p. 21 cm.; Evans 31780;
PU, SeMS.                                                       Thesis--Columbia College; Appendices A and B
   Reel: 6                                                      (letters by S. L. Mitchill on the effects of pestilential
                                                                fluids): p. 90-109; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,
Bass, Robert.                                                   MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M, NjR,
   Doctor Keyser's famous pills, imported and                   PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
warranted genuine, by Robert Bass, apothecary in                    Reel: 7
Market-street, Philadelphia.
[Philadelphia]. [ca. 1763]                                      Bayley, Joseph.
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                            An inaugural dissertation on the origin and
Austin No. 151; Particular directions for using                 propagation of the yellow fever.
Keyser's pills ...; Broadside. fol.; RPJCB.                     New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1802
   Reel: 6                                                      Yellow Fever
                                                                Austin No. 158; 28 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
Batchelder, John P., 1784-1868.                                 College; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNC,
    On the causes which degrade the profession of               NNNAM, NNS.
physic; an oration delivered before the western district           Reel: 7
of the N.H. medical society, at its annual meeting in
May, 1818.                                                      Bayley, Richard, 1745-1801.
Bill Blake & Co. 1818                                               An account of the epidemic fever which prevailed
Ethics, Medical                                                 in the city of New-York, during part of the summer
Austin No. 152; Bellows Falls, Vt; 10 p. 20 cm.;                and fall of 1795.
NNNAM, PPC, PU.                                                 New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1796
    Reel: 6                                                     Yellow Fever
                                                                Austin No. 159; [2], 160 p. 22 cm.; Evans 30041;
Bateman, Thomas, 1778-1821.                                     CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, LNT-M,
   A practical synopsis of cutaneous diseases,                  MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS,
according to the arrangement of Dr. Willan, exhibiting          NNU-M, PHi, PPC, PPL, RHi.
a concise view of the diagnostic symptoms and the                   Reel: 7
method of treatment.
Philadelphia, Collins & Croft; W. Brown, printer.               Bayley, Richard, 1745-1801.
1818                                                               Cases of the angina trachealis, with the mode of
Dermatology                                                     cure, in a letter to William Hunter, M.D. &c.&c.
Austin No. 153; 1st American, from the 4th London               New-York, H. Gaine. 1781
ed.; xxiv, 348 p. col. Front. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DLC,               Diptheria
DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                         Austin No. 160; ...to which is added, a letter from
MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OkU-M, PPC, PPL,                            Peter Middleton, M.D. to the author; 23 p. 19 cm.;
ScCM, ScMS.                                                     Evans 17092; NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
   Reel: 7                                                         Reel: 7




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                            Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                           Reel Listing

Bayley, Richard, 1745-1801.                                     Beck, Paul, 1760?-1844.
   A letter from Doctor Richard Bayley, to Doctor                  A proposal for altering the eastern front of the city
John Bard, President of the Medical Society of the              of Philadelphia, with a view to prevent the recurrence
State of New-York; in answer to a part of his letter            of malignant disorders, on a plan conformable to the
addressed to the author of Thoughts on the                      original design of William Penn.
Dispensary.                                                     Philadelphia, William Fry. 1820
New-York, Hugh Gaine. 1791                                      Public Health; Sanitation
Writing                                                         Austin No. 166; By a citizen of Philadelphia; 11 p.
Austin No. 161; 15 p. 22 cm.; Evans 23162; MBM,                 fold. plan. 22 cm.; Signed (p. 9): Paul Beck, Jr.; The
NHi, NNNAM (copy lacks last leaf).                              architect's statement (p. 10-11) signed: William
   Reel: 7                                                      Strickland; DLC, DNLM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
                                                                PU.
Bayley, Richard, 1745-1801.                                        Reel: 7
    Letters from the Health-Office, submitted to the
Common Council, of the City of New-York.                        Beck, Theodric Romeyn, 1791-1855.
[New-York] John Furman. [1799]                                      An inaugural dissertation on insanity.
Public Health; Yellow Fever                                     New-York, J. Seymour. 1811
Austin No. 162; comp.; 100 p. 23 cm.; Evans 35161;              Mental Disorders
"Letters, selected from the records of the                      Austin No. 167; 40 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--College of
Health-Office, for the years 1796, 1797, and 1798 ... to        Physicians and Surgeons, New York; "Appendix
which is annexed, a letter [by R. Bayley] wherein an            [account of lunatic asylums in Europe and America]":
attempt is made to explain why the pestilential disease         p. [35]-40; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MWA,
of 1798 was more generally prevalent than in 1795,              MWiW, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M,
1796, or 1797.";--Advertisement, p. [3]; CtY-M,                 PPAmP, PU.
DLC, DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPL.                                    Reel: 7
    Reel: 7
                                                                Beddoes, Thomas, 1760-1808.
Baynard, Edward.                                                   Observations on the medical and domestic
   Health, a poem.                                              management of the consumptive; on the powers of
Boston, T. Fleet, for Benjamin Eliot. 1724                      digitalis purpurea; and on the cure of schrophula.
Health                                                          Troy [N. Y.] Printed by O. Penniman and Co.; sold by
Austin No. 163; Shewing how to procure, preserve,               them, and by Richards and Bliss, Utica [N. Y.]. 1803
and restore it; To which is annex'd, The Doctor's               Tuberculosis, Lymph Node; Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
Decade. By Darby Dawne, M.D.; The 4th ed., corr.;               Austin No. 168; 162 p. front. 17 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M,
Published for the benefit of the inhabitants of N.              DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
England; xi, 27 p. 15.7 cm.; Evans 2521; (under                 MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PP, PPC,
Dawne, Darby) NNNAM.                                            PPL.
   Reel: 7                                                         Reel: 7

Beck, John Brodhead, 1794-1851.                                 Beddoes, Thomas, 1760-1808.
   An inaugural dissertation on infanticide.                       Observations on the nature and cure of calculus,
New-York, J. Seymour. 1817                                      sea scurvy, consumption, catarrh, and fever: together
Infanticide                                                     with conjectures upon several other subjects of
Austin No. 164; 95, [1] p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of           physiology and pathology.
Physicians and Surgeons of the University of the State          Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1797
of New York, Fairfield; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                       Common Cold; Fever; Scurvy; Tuberculosis,
ELRCS, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP,                             Pulmonary
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                   Austin No. 169; xvi, 278, [1] p. 22 cm.; Evans 31782;
   Reel: 7                                                      DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
                                                                MdU-D, NNNAM, NNS, PPC.
Beck, John Brodhead, 1794-1851.                                    Reel: 8
   An introductory discourse delivered before the
Medico-Chirurgical Society of the University of the             Bell, Benjamin, 1749-1806.
State of New-York.                                                 A system of surgery.
New-York, Van Winkle, Wiley & Co. 1816                          Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1791
Societies, Medical                                              Surgery
Austin No. 165; November 5th, 1816 ...; 26 p. 24 cm.;           Austin No. 171; Extracted from the works of
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,                           Benjamin Bell...; by Nicholas B. Waters ...; Illustrated
NNNAM.                                                          with notes and copperplates; viii, 570, xxix, [1] p. 12
   Reel: 7                                                      plates. 22 cm.; Evans 23170; DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
                                                                IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,
                                                                PPC, PPJ, RPJCB.
                                                                   Reel: 8



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                            Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                           Reel Listing

Bell, Benjamin, 1749-1806.                                     Bell, Sir Charles, 1774-1842.
   A system of surgery.                                           Letters concerning the diseases of the urethra.
Worcester, Massachusetts, Printed by Isaiah Thomas;            Boston, W. Wells and T. B. Wait & Co.; [etc., etc.]
sold by him in Worcester, and by said Thomas and               Thomas B. Wait & Co, printers. 1811
Andrews, Boston. 1791                                          Urethral Diseases
Surgery                                                        Austin No. 183; [9], 14-155, [8] p. 6 plates. 23 cm.;
Austin No. 172; The 1st American edition, corrected;           First published in London in 1809; CU-M, CtY-M,
4 v. 99 plates. 21 cm.; Evans 23168 (v. 1); 23169 (v.          DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM,
2-4); Imprint varies: v. 2-4, Boston, Printed by Isaiah        MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews; sold by them in                   Reel: 9
Boston, and by said Thomas in Worcester; First
published in Edinburgh, 1783-88; CtY-M, DLC,                   Bell, Sir Charles, 1774-1842.
DNLM, IU-M (vol. 1 & 2), MBM (lacks vol. 3),                      A series of engravings, explaining the course of the
MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, WaSp-M.                          nerves.
   Reel: 8                                                     Philadelphia, Anthony Finley, William Fry, printer.
                                                               1818
Bell, Benjamin, 1749-1806.                                     Nervous System
    A treatise on gonorrhoea virulenta, and lues               Austin No. 184; With an address to young physicians
venerea.                                                       on the study of the nerves ...; 1st American, from the
Philadelphia, Robert Campbell. 1795                            2d London ed., corrected; 71 p. 9 col.; plates (3 fold.)
Gonorrhea                                                      29 cm.; Plates are hand-colored; First published in
Austin No. 177; 2 v. in 1. 22 cm.; Evans 28259; First          London in 1803; Second London edition, 1816;
published in Edinburgh in 1793; Appendix (v. 2, p.             CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, LNT-M, MWA, MdU-D,
[235]-250) contains formulae of medicines prescribed           MnSRM, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, PPC, PPL.
in the work; CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM,                     Reel: 9
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D (vol. 1), MnSRM,
NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPHa, PPJ, PPL.                          Bell, Sir Charles, 1774-1842.
    Reel: 9                                                       A system of dissections, explaining the anatomy of
                                                               the human body, with the manner of displaying the
Bell, Benjamin, 1749-1806.                                     parts, the distinguishing the natural from the diseased
   A treatise on the theory and management of ulcers:          appearances, and pointing out to the student the
with a dissertation on white swellings of the joints.          objects most worthy of attention: during a course of
Boston, I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews. 1791                      dissections.
Inflammation; Joints; Ulcer                                    Baltimore, Samuel Jefferis, P. Mauro, printer. 1814
Austin No. 179; To which is prefixed, an essay on the          Dissection
chirurgical treatment of inflammation and its                  Austin No. 185; 1st American from the 3d London ed.;
consequences...; 295 p. 1 plate. 22 cm.; Evans 23171;          2 v. 15 cm.; Dedication for the American edition
First published in Edinburgh in 1778; CLM, CU-M,               signed: William Gibson; First published in folio form
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                         with plates, Edinburgh, 1798-1800; Preface to third
MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PU, RPJCB.                      edition dated London, October 1809; "Appendix to the
   Reel: 9                                                     System of dissections" (v. 2, p. [103]-264) includes
                                                               [Pt. 1] "Description of the muscles in the order of
Bell, Sir Charles, 1774-1842.                                  dissection" and Pt. 2, "Classification and order of the
   Engravings of the arteries; illustrating the second         arteries."; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M,
volume of The anatomy of the human body [by John               LNT-M (vol. 2), MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,
Bell] and serving as an introduction to the surgery of         MnSRM (vol. 2), NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
the arteries.                                                     Reel: 9
Philadelphia, A. Finley; William Fry, printer. 1812
Arteries                                                       Bell, Sir Charles, 1774-1842.
Austin No. 181; 1st American from the 3d London ed.,               A system of operative surgery, founded on the
corrected; 71 p. 12 plates (1 fold., 11 col.) 26 cm.;          basis of anatomy.
Plates are hand-colored; First published in London in          Hartford, Hale & Hosmer. 1812
1801; Third London edition, 1811; DNLM, ICJ,                   Surgery, Operative
IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC,                           Austin No. 186; 1st American ed.; 2 v. illus., 19 plates.
NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PU, ScMS.                             24 cm.; First published in London, 1807-09;
   Reel: 9                                                     "Recommendations" of this work: [2] p. preceding
                                                               title page of v. 1; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M (vol. 1),
                                                               IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,
                                                               MnSRM, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.
                                                                   Reel: 9




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                             Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                            Reel Listing

Bell, John.                                                        Bell, John, 1763-1820.
   Animal electricity and magnetism demonstrated,                     The anatomy of the human body.
by the laws of nature, with new ideas upon matter and              New-York, Collins and Perkins. 1809 [i.e.1809-10]
motion ... to which is prefixed, An introductory                   Anatomy
discourse on the laws of motion, in which are                      Austin No. 190; Illustrated with one hundred and
explained, animal electricity and magnetism, both                  twenty-five engravings ...; 4 v. in 2; illus., 33 plates.
natural and artificial.                                            22 cm.; Vols. 3-4 by Charles Bell; First published in
Lancaster [Pa.] J. Bailey and W. Dickson. 1792                     Edinburgh, 1793-1804; Plates Viii-Ix in v. 4 are dated
Electrophysiology                                                  1810; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
Austin No. 188; 55 p. 17.5 cm.; CSmH.                              MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPHa
   Reel: 10                                                        (vols 1&2), PPL, PU, ScMS (vols 1&2).
                                                                      Reel: 11
Bell, John, 1763-1820.
    The anatomy and physiology of the human body.                  Bell, John, 1763-1820.
New-York, Collins and Co. 1817                                         Discourses on the nature and cure of wounds.
Anatomy; Physiology                                                Walpole, N. H., Printed for Thomas & Thomas &
Austin No. 189; Containing The anatomy of the                      Justin Hinds, by George W. Nichols. 1807
bones, muscles, and joints, and the heart and arteries,            Wounds & Injuries
by John Bell; and The anatomy and physiology of the                Austin No. 192; 1st American ed.; 2 v. in 1. 2 plates, 1
brain and nerves, the organs of the senses, and the                illus. 23 cm.; First published in Edinburgh in 1795;
viscera, by Charles Bell ...; The 3d American, from the            Has same contents as the 2d edition, Edinburgh, 1800;
4th English ed.; 3 v. illus., 34 plates. 22 cm.; Preface to        CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, LNT-M,
the 4th London edition is dated Jan. 1816; Plates of the           MBM, MH-M, MWA, BdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,
first American ed., 1809, in 4 v., were apparently used            OClM, PPC, Ppj (vol. 1), PPL.
for this edition; Three plates on the bones to                         Reel: 11
accompany v. 1, were added, and an extra plate
numbered II and one numbered VII to accompany the                  Bell, John, 1763-1820.
anatomy of the viscera in v. 3 were omitted; Earlier                   Engravings of the bones, muscles and joints.
editions have title: The anatomy of the human body;                Philadelphia, Anthony Finley, William Fry, printer.
CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M (vols 1&2), LNT-M,                         1816
MBM (vols. 2&3), MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, OClM,                           Bone & Bones; Joints; Muscles
OkU-M, PPC.                                                        Austin No. 193; The 1st American from the 2d
    Reel: 10                                                       London ed.; 2 v. in 1. illus, 28 (i.e. 32) plates; 28 cm.;
                                                                   First published in London 1794; Second London
Bell, Sir Charles, 1774-1842.                                      edition, 1804; Four of the plates are accompanied by
    A system of operative surgery, founded on the                  "outline" plates; Apparently issued in parts; Variant
basis of anatomy.                                                  copies or issues are recorded with imprints dated
Hartford, George Goodwin and Sons. 1816                            1815, 1816, or 1817; Issued as 3 books in 2 volumes:
Surgery, Operative                                                 pt.; 1, bk.; 1. Engravings of the bones.--pt.; 2, bks.;
Austin No. 187; The 2d American, from the last                     2-3; Engravings of the muscles and of the joints;
London ed.; 2 v. illus., 26 plates. 22 cm.; Preface dated          CU-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, LNT-M (vol. 1), MBM,
London, 1814; Second London ed., 1814;                             MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NHi (vol. 1),
"Recommendations" of this work: [2] p. preceding                   NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM, PP, PPAmP, PPC,
title page of v. 1; "Of gunshot wounds" (v. 2, p.                  ScCM (vol. 1).
[437]-498) was first published as a part of the 2d                     Reel: 11
edition of the present work, London, 1814; It was later
published separately in the same year "for the                     Bell, John, 1763-1820.
accomodation of the purchasers of the former edition"                 The principles of surgery.
[of A system of operative surgery] under title: A                  New-York, Collins and Perkins. 1810
dissertation on gun-shot wounds; CU-M, CtY-M,                      Surgery
DNLM, ICJ (vol. 1), IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM,                       Austin No. 195; Abridged by J. Augustine Smith ...;
MH-M, MWA, MdU-D (vol. 2), Nnc (vol. 2),                           With notes and additions; xii, 562, [2] p. illus., 7
NNNAM, OClM, PPC.                                                  plates. 22 cm.; First published in Edinburgh in three
    Reel: 10                                                       volumes, 1801-1808; Publisher's advertising
                                                                   (including medical books for sale) : p. [563-564];
                                                                   CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M,
                                                                   MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,
                                                                   OkU-M, PPC, PPJ, PPL, ScMS.
                                                                      Reel: 12




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Bell, John, 1796-1872.                                           Bibb, William Wyatt, 1781-1820.
   An inaugural dissertation on the liver: its influence            An inquiry into the modus operandi of medicines
over the animal economy in health and disease.                   upon the human body.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by William Fry.             Philadelphia, Carr & Smith. 1801
1817                                                             Drug Therapy
Liver                                                            Austin No. 202; To which are added, some
Austin No. 197; 66 p. 24 cm.; Thesis--University of              observations on the action of the lymphatics ...; 68 p.
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, PPAmP, PPC.                      20 cm.; Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M,
   Reel: 12                                                      DLC, DNLM, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPC, PPL,
                                                                 PU.
Bell, Robert, bookseller, Philadelphia (Pa.).                       Reel: 12
   New and old, medical, surgical, and chemical
works, lately imported, and now selling at Bell's                Bichat, Xavier, 1771-1802.
Book-Store…Philadelphia.                                            Physiological researches upon life and death.
[Philadelphia]. [1784]                                           Philadelphia, Smith & Maxwell. 1809
Bibliography of Medicine                                         Physiology
Austin No. 198; ...; [14] p. 21 cm.; Caption title;              Austin No. 203; Translated from the French by Tobias
Probably to be identified with Evans 18351 : A                   Watkins ...; 1st American from the 2d Paris ed.; xx,
catalogue of several hundred new and old medical                 300 p. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,
works for sale by Robert Bell; Issued in two parts;              LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM,
Note at end of pt. [1]: A continuation ... will be issued        NNNAM, PPAmP, PPL, PU, ScMS.
on Monday next; 407 (i.e. 394) items; no. 168-182                   Reel: 12
omitted between the two parts; "New, and old,
miscellaneous works": p. [13-14]; DNLM, RPJCB.                   Bichat, Xavier, 1771-1802.
   Reel: 12                                                         A treatise on the membranes in general, and on
                                                                 different membranes in particular.
Bellinger, John Skottowe.                                        Boston, Cummings and Hilliard; [etc., etc.]. 1813
   An inaugural dissertation on chronic pneumony, or             Membranes
pulmonary consumption.                                           Austin No. 204; A new edition, enlarged by an
Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1799                                  historical notice of the life and writings of the author,
Pneumonia; Tuberculosis, Pulmonary                               by M. Husson, Paris, 1802; Translated by John G.
Austin No. 199; 78 p. 20 cm.; Evans 35177;                       Coffin, M.D.; 259, [1] p. 21 cm.; "Errata" on
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                  unnumbered page at end; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ,
DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PHi,                              IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScCM, ScMS.                                 MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPHa, PPJ,
   Reel: 12                                                      PU.
                                                                    Reel: 12
Berkeley, Robert.
   An inquiry into the modus operandi of that class of           Bigelow, Jacob, 1787-1879.
medicines called sedatives.                                          American medical botany, being a collection of the
Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1800                                  native medicinal plants of the United States,
Hypnotics & Sedatives                                            containing their botanical history and chemical
Austin No. 200; 34 p. 20 cm.; Evans 36942;                       analysis, and properties and uses in medicine, diet and
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                  the arts, with coloured engravings.
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PPAmP,                          Boston, Cummings and Hilliard; [Cambridge]
PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.                                       University Press, Hilliard and Metcalf. 1817-20
   Reel: 12                                                      [i.e.1817-21]
                                                                 Plants, Medicinal
Bertody, Francis, 1736?-1800.                                    Austin No. 205; 3 v. 60 col. Plates. 26 cm.; Issued in 6
   The art of curing one's self of the venereal discase,         parts; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ,
by means of the water.                                           IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
Boston, Printed for and sold by the author. 1804                 MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
Venereal Diseases                                                NNS, NNU-M, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,
Austin No. 201; 4th ed.; 43 p. 20 cm.; Title and text in         ScMS.
both French and English; A table of 19 remedies                      Reel: 12
referred to in the treatise is given on pp. 36-43; MWA.
   Reel: 12                                                      Biographical notice of Doctor Adaru Kuhn.
                                                                 Philadelphia, William Fry. 1818
                                                                 Austin No. 206; From the Eclectic Repertory, for
                                                                 April 1818; By one of his pupils; 22 p. 20 cm.; MBM.
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                                           Reel Listing

Black, Robert, fl. 1797.                                        Blatchford, Thomas Windeatt, 1794-1866.
   An inaugural dissertation on fractures.                         An inaugural dissertation on feigned diseases.
Philadelphia, Ormrod & Conrad. [1797]                           New-York, Forbes & Co. 1817
Fractures                                                       Malingering
Austin No. 207; 6, [5]-46 p. 19 cm.; Evans 31832;               Austin No. 211; 76 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                  Physicians and Surgeons, New York; CtY-M, DLC,
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                         DNLM, MBM, MWA, MWiW, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
PU.                                                             NjR, PHi.
   Reel: 13                                                        Reel: 13
Blackall, John, 1771-1860.                                      Blatchly, Cornelius C.
    Observations on the nature and cure of dropsies,               An essay on fasting, and on abstinence.
and particularly on the presence of the coagulable part         New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1818
of the blood in dropsical urine; to which is added, an          Fasting
appendix, containing several cases of angina pectoris,          Austin No. 212; 16 p. 20.5 cm.; DLC, NNC,
with dissections, &c.                                           *NNNAM.
Philadelphia, James Webster. 1820                                  Reel: 13
Edema
Austin No. 208; 1st American, from the 3d London                Bliss, James Cotton, 1791-1855.
ed.; xxii, 274 p. 21 cm.; Earlier editions were                     An inaugural dissertation on permanent strictures
published in London in 1813, 1814, and 1818;                    of the urethra.
Nathaniel Chapman was responsible for "a                        Troy [N.Y.] Parker and Bliss. 1815
republication" in the United States; Cf. note (p. [v])          Urethral Diseases; Urethral Stricture
signed by him and dated Jan., 1820; CLM, CU-M,                  Austin No. 213; 46 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--College of
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM,                            Physicians and Surgeons, New York; Appendix of
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM,                           "cases ... subjoined": p. [33]-46; CtY-M, DLC,
OClM, PPC, PPHa, PPL, PU.                                       DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
    Reel: 13                                                        Reel: 13

Blaine, Delabere Pritchett, 1770-1845.                          Bloodgood, Joseph.
    An essay on hydrophobia, or canine madness: also,              An inaugural essay, on haemoptysis.
an essay on distemper in dogs; pointing out its causes,         Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
symptoms, treatment, and cure, both by medicine, and            Oswald. 1806
inoculation of the cow pox.                                     Hemoptysis
Philadelphia, James Carver. 1818                                Austin No. 214; 28 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Dog Diseases; Rabies; Vaccinia                                  Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
Austin No. 209; Corrected and revised, with additions           MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
and improvements, by Dr. James Carver ...; xii, 93, [3]            Reel: 13
p. 20 cm.; An essay on distemper in dogs has caption
title: An essay on canine pathology; erroneously                Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823.
called the distemper of dogs; It was published in                  Good tidings; or, News from the farm.
London in 1800 and later under title: A concise                 Philadelphia, Hugh Maxwell. 1805
description of the distemper in dogs; "The outlines of a        Austin No. 215; A poem ...; 35 p. 19 cm.; "Dedicated
plan for enabling persons not medically educated to             to Dr. Edward Jenner, as the discoverer; and to the
practise successfully on the diseases of their own              members of the Royal Jennerian Society, as the
horses and dogs": p. [52]-56; Advertisements of the             promoters of vaccine inoculation."--p. [6]; "Ode
editor's veterinary services, books, and lectures: p.           recited at the anniversary meeting of the Royal
[94-96]; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, PPC, PPL, PU.                     Jennerian Society, 1804."--Le Fanu; A bio-bibl. of
    Reel: 13                                                    Edward Jenner, 1951, p. 153; DNLM, MBM.
                                                                   Reel: 13
Blanchet, François Xavier, 1776-1830.
   Recherches sur la medecine, ou l'application de la
chimie a la medecine.
New-York, L'Imprimerie de Parisot. 1800
Chemistry
Austin No. 210; xxiii, 246, [1] p; Evans 36987
("Claude Parisot" in imprint); "Lettre sur la fièvre
jaune ... adressée au docteur Fisher, de Québec, datée
de New-York, le 5 décembre 1799": p. 218-246;
"Errata" : p. [247]; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,
NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PPL.
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Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840.                         [Bordley, John Beale] 1727-1804.
   Elements of physiology.                                           Yellow fever.
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1795                                [Philadelphia]. [1794?]
Physiology                                                       Yellow Fever
Austin No. 216; Translated from the original Latin,              Austin No. 220; 11 p. 21 cm.; Evans 26684; Caption
and interspersed with occasional notes, by Charles               title; Signed (p. 9): B. Attributed to J. B. Bordley by
Caldwell. To which is subjoined, by the translator, an           the Library of Congress and by Evans; "Written about
appendix, exhibiting a brief and compendious view of             the end of the winter 1793-4" and distributed in
the existing discoveries relative to the subject of              Philadelphia; Additional copies being applied for,
animal electricity ...; 2 v. in 1. 22 cm.; Evans 28310;          "when there were none left ... a few copies more, with
Translation of the Institutiones physiologicae, from             notes ... [were] struck off."--Note preceding caption
the 1st ed., Göttingen, 1786; A different translation            title; Evans suggested Charles Cist of Philadelphia as
appeared under title: The institutions of physiology;            printer; He located no copy of the original impression
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, en-m, Ln-m, MBM,                          (or printing?) but entered it as no. 26683; "An account
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, OClM,                           [by P. S. Physick and Isaac Cathrall] of their
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                                      dissections ... the purport whereof follows, together
   Reel: 13                                                      with remarks thereon by the editor": p. 9-11; DLC,
                                                                 DNLM, NNNAM, PHi, PPL.
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840.                             Reel: 13
   The institutions of physiology.
Philadelphia [etc.] Benjamin Warner. 1817                        Borrowe, Samuel.
Physiology                                                          An inaugural dissertation on the cynanche
Austin No. 217; Translated from the Latin of the third           trachealis.
and last edition. And supplied with numerous and                 New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1793
extensive notes, by John Elliotson ...; 2d ed. ...; viii,        Laryngitis
426 p. 22 cm.; Translation of the Institutiones                  Austin No. 221; 35 p. 21 cm.; Evans 25213;
physiologicae, from the 3d ed., Göttingen, 1810; The             Thesis--Columbia College; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
1st and 2d editions of Elliotson's translation had               MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, PU.
appeared in London in 1815 and 1817; A different                    Reel: 14
translation appeared under title: Elements of
physiology; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M,                       Boston.
LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM,                                 At a legal meeting of the inhabitants of the town of
PPAmP, PPC.                                                      Boston, held by adjournment on the 25th day of
   Reel: 13                                                      March, A.D. 1816.
                                                                 [Boston]. [1816]
Blundell, James.                                                 Public Health
   An inaugural dissertation on the dysentery.                   Austin No. 222; [concerning the powers of the Board
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1791                                    of Health] Broadside. 4to; Signed at end: T. H.
Dysentery                                                        Perkins, chairman; PPL.
Austin No. 218; 34 p. 20 cm.; Evans 23212;                          Reel: 14
Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DNLM, MBM,
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                      Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.
   Reel: 13                                                         Board of Health, to their constituents.
                                                                 [Boston]. [1799]
Bogart, Henry, d. 1817.                                          Public Health
  An inaugural dissertation on angina pectoris.                  Austin No. 223; Paul Revere, President ...; Boston,
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813                                 March 30, 1799; Broadside. 46.5 cm.; Evans 35220;
Angina Pectoris                                                  MHi.
Austin No. 219; 56 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--College of                    Reel: 14
Physicians and Surgeons, New York; CtY-M, DLC,
DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,                          Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.
NNS, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                           The Board of Health, to their constituents.
  Reel: 13                                                       [Boston]. [1800]
                                                                 Public Health
                                                                 Austin No. 224; On Wednesday, the 2d day of April
                                                                 next, the powers of the present Board of Health will
                                                                 cease...Paul Revere, President, Boston, March 12,
                                                                 1800 ...; Broadside. 33x20 cm.; Evans 36995; MHi.
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Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.                              Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.
   General vaccination.                                          Rules, regulations and orders of the Board of
[Boston]. [1816]                                              Health of Boston, relative to the police of said town.
Vaccination                                                   [Boston]. 1814
Austin No. 225; [Order of the Board of Health of              Public Health
Boston, June 10, 1816, that the Order of the Board of         Austin No. 232; Published by order of the Board; 16 p.
May 20, the report of the Boston Medical Association          23 cm.; Each section is dated April 18, 1814, and
and the votes and proceedings of the Vaccinating              signed: Benjamin Whitman, president;
Committee of June 8, be printed in hand bills and             Contents.--Internal health regulations.--Police of
distributed among the inhabitants of Boston]; 4 p. 22         burying-grounds.--Quarantine regulations for 1814;
cm.; DLC, *MHi, MBM.                                          DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, PPL.
   Reel: 14                                                      Reel: 14
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.                              Boston (Mass.). Dispensary.
   Internal health regulations of the town of Boston.            Institution of the Boston Dispensary.
[Boston]. [1811]                                              [Boston]. [1797]
Public Health                                                 Delivery of Healthcare
Austin No. 227; 8 p. 19.3 cm.; Dated on p. 2: Boston,         Austin No. 235; [Rules ...]; 14 p. 17.8 cm.; Evans
April 15, 1811; Signed on p. 8: Benjamin Whitman,             31851; *NNNAM, MBM, RPJCB.
president, Nathaniel Greenough, secretary;                       Reel: 14
*NNNAM, MBM.
   Reel: 14                                                   Boston (Mass.). Dispensary.
                                                                 Institution of the Boston Dispensary, for the
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.                              medical relief of the poor.
   Internal health regulations of the town of Boston.         Boston, Joseph T. Buckingham. 1817
[Boston]. [1812]                                              Delivery of Healthcare
Public Health                                                 Austin No. 238; Incorporated 1801; 24 p. 20 cm.;
Austin No. 228; 8 p. 23 cm.; "Rules and regulations           Comprises act of incorporation, rules, and list of
[effective April 22, 1812] ... to remove and prevent          subscribers; Managers and officers elected Oct. 9,
nuisances and sources of filth in the town of                 1817, consulting and visiting physicians, and
Boston."--p. [2] Dated April 13, 1812, and signed:            apothecaries : p. 14; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM,
Benjamin Whitman, president; Nathaniel Greenough,             MWA, NHi.
secretary; DNLM, MWA.                                            Reel: 14
   Reel: 14
                                                              Boston (Mass.). Dispensary.
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.                                 Institution of the Boston Dispensary, for the
   Quarantine regulations, for 1809.                          medical relief of the poor.
[Boston]. [1809]                                              Boston, Lincoln & Edmands. 1808
Austin No. 229; In Board of Health, Boston, May 1,            Delivery of Healthcare
1809; 8 p. 15.5 cm.; Signed at end : Benjamin Russell,        Austin No. 236; Incorporated, 1801; 21 p. 18 cm.;
President; Nath'l Greenough, Sec'ry; MBM.                     Comprises act of incorporation, rules, and list of
   Reel: 14                                                   subscribers; Managers and officers elected Oct. 8,
                                                              1807, visiting physicians, and apothecaries : p. 14;
Boston (Mass.). Board of Health.                              DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA (copy incomplete).
   Report of the Board of Health.                                Reel: 14
[Boston] Russell and Cutler. [1802]
Public Health                                                 Boston (Mass.). Massachusetts General Hospital.
Austin No. 231; Broadside; Subscribed:                            An act to incorporate certain persons by the name
Health-Office, Boston, Dec. 16, 1802; Published by            of the Massachusetts General Hospital.
order of the Board of Health; Isaiah Doane, president,        [Boston]. [1816]
R. Gardner, secretary; Announcement of a successful           Hospitals
experiment "to prove the efficacy of the cow-pox as a         Austin No. 240; 8 p. 24 cm.; MWA, *NNNAM.
preventive against the small-pox."; The experiment                Reel: 14
was proposed to the Board of Health by Benjamin
Waterhouse in June 1802; DNLM, MWA.
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Boston (Mass.). Massachusetts General Hospital.                  Boston (Mass.). Massachusetts General Hospital.
    Address of the Board of Trustees of the                          The Trustees of the Massachusetts General
Massachusetts General Hospital to the public.                    Hospital, to the public.
Boston, J. Belcher. 1814                                         [Boston] Tileston and Weld. [1816]
Hospitals                                                        Hospitals
Austin No. 241; 14 p. 22 cm.; Dated at end 8th                   Austin No. 245; 16 p. 25 cm.; Signed (p.5) by T. H.
January, 1814, and signed by T. H. Perkins, Josiah               Perkins, Josiah Quincy, and ten other members of the
Quincy, and ten other members of the board; The                  board; This address, drafted by Josiah Quincy and
address was actually written by Josiah Quincy; Cf. N.            Richard Sullivan, was on April 14, 1816, ordered to be
I. Bowditch, History of the Massachusetts General                printed and a thousand copies to be prepared for
Hospital, Boston, 1872, p. 18, note; Explains "the               distribution; Cf. N. I. Bowditch, History of the
necessity and importance of a general hospital within            Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1872, p. 20;
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts," especially to                Announces that the trustees are "now authorized and
care for "the sick poor and the insane," points out the          prepared to receive donations and to commence the
inadequacy of the Boston Almshouse to meet this                  establishment [of the hospital and asylum] as soon as a
need, and invites a liberal subscription to support the          sufficient sum ... shall have been subscribed;" and
establishment of the hospital, the corporation of which          solicits "the support of the enlightened and charitable
had been chartered by the legislature in 1811; DLC,              in all parts of Massachusetts."; Three unsigned letters
DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MHi, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,                           from physicians, each addressed "to a member of the
PPL.                                                             Board of Trustees," the first undated, the second and
    Reel: 14                                                     third dated March 21 and March 20, 1816, are
                                                                 subjoined (p. 6-16) to illustrate the facts and "to place
Boston (Mass.). Massachusetts General Hospital.                  in strong point of view the necessity of such an
    Civil, religious, and Masonic services, at the laying        institution."; DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
of the corner stone of the Massachusetts General                 NNNAM.
Hospital, in Boston, July 4, 1818.                                   Reel: 14
[Boston]. [1818]
Hospitals                                                        Boston (Mass.). Selectmen.
Austin No. 242; 8 p. 24 cm.; "From the New-England                  Boston ss.
galaxy and Masonic magazine."; Address by Josiah                 Boston. [1746]
Quincy: p. 7-8; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM.                                Smallpox
    Reel: 14                                                     Austin No. 257; At a meeting of the Selectmen
                                                                 February 21, 1746; [On the small-pox, and
Boston (Mass.). Massachusetts General Hospital.                  republishing the act of the General Court published
   Report of the Committee of By-laws.                           January 17, 1742, "to prevent the spreading of the
[Boston]. [1811?]                                                small-pox and other infectious sickness, and to
Hospitals                                                        prevent the concealing of the same."]; Broadside;
Austin No. 243; 36 [i.e. 28] p. 21.5 cm.; MWA.                   MHi.
   Reel: 14                                                         Reel: 14

Boston (Mass.). Massachusetts General Hospital.                  Boston (Mass.). Selectmen.
   The Trustees of the Massachusetts General                        The Selectmen of the town of Boston, in
Hospital earnestly request of their fellow townsmen a            conformity to the resolves of the General Court of the
candid perusal of the following address before                   20th instant, that "Effectual measures should be
Thursday next, the 26th inst. [Dec. 1816].                       adopted to prevent the introduction of the infectious
Boston. [1816]                                                   disease now prevalent in Philadelphia, into this
Hospitals                                                        Commonwealth," ... have adopted the following
Austin No. 244; 8 p. 23 cm.; Caption title; Signed by            regulations.
T. H. Perkins, John Lowell, and nine other members of            [Boston]. [1793]
the board; Prepared by John Lowell, according to N. I.           Public Health; Smallpox
Bowditch, A history of the Massachusetts General                 Austin No. 258; By order, Ezekiel Price, Chairman;
Hospital, Boston, 1872, p. 23-24; A statement of the             Boston, October 7, 1793 ...; 21.; 31 x 19 cm.; Evans
objectives of the general hospital and the asylum,               25215; MHi.
showing that private charity can not meet the need;                 Reel: 14
and a plea for contributions to establish them; The
ward committees were to begin a general solicitation
in Boston on Dec. 26th; MHi, DNLM.
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Boston Medical Association.                                   Boston Medical Library.
    Boston medical police.                                       Catalogue of books in the Boston Medical Library,
Boston, Sewell Phelps. 1820                                   and the rules and regulations concerning the same.
Austin No. 248; 23 p. 24 cm.; A reprint of the code of        Boston, Thomas Fleet. 1808
medical ethics adopted in 1808 (p. [3]-11) with "Rules        Bibliography of Medicine
and regulations of the Boston Medical Association"            Austin No. 254; Also, a statement of the trustees to the
(p. [13]-23, with special title page); The latter were        proprietors; 16 p. 17 cm.; *MBM, MH-M.
revised by a special committee and adopted in April              Reel: 14
1820; List of members: p.23; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
PPC.                                                          Boston Medical Library.
    Reel: 14                                                     Catalogue of books in the Boston Medical Library;
                                                              and the rules and regulations concerning the same.
Boston Medical Association.                                   Boston, Munroe and Francis. 1816
   Boston medical police.                                     Bibliography of Medicine
Boston, Snelling and Simons. 1808                             Austin No. 256; 46 p. 24 cm.; Blank pages
Ethics, Medical; Societies, Medical                           interspersed for additions; DNLM, MBM, NNNAM.
Austin No. 247; 11 p. 21 cm.; A code of medical ethics           Reel: 14
and professional standards presented by the standing
committee and adopted by the Association in March             Bosworth, Newton, d. 1848.
1808; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi,                           The accidents of human life; with hints for their
NNNAM, PPAmP.                                                 prevention, and the removal of their consequences.
   Reel: 14                                                   New York, Samuel Wood. 1814
                                                              Accident Prevention
Boston Medical Association.                                   Austin No. 259; From a London copy, revised,
   Rules and regulations of the Boston Medical                amended, and enriched with a variety of interesting
Association.                                                  matter ...; ix, [2], 247 p. illus., 7 plates. 15 cm.; "A
Boston, J. Belcher. 1811                                      course of addresses to young persons," delivered "in
Ethics, Medical; Societies, Medical                           substance" to pupils at Merton-Hall Academy,
Austin No. 249; 12 p. 24 cm.; "Regulations, &c.               Cambridge, England, in 1812; Cf. Pref; Published in
respecting fees to be charged by the physicians of the        London in 1813; The additions to the American
town of Boston] and respecting other matters                  edition are listed in a publisher's note, p. vii; Includes
connected with the same" (adopted Feb. 11, 1806): p.          "Rules for the treatment of drowned persons,
[3]-8; Amendments, from proceedings of the                    recommended by the Royal Humane Society" (p.
Association, 1807-1811: p. 9-12; DNLM.                        123-132) and "Directions from the Humane Society ...
   Reel: 14                                                   of New-York" (p. 132-161); "Experiments on
                                                              swimming ... made by Dr. Mitchill": p. 89-102; His
Boston Medical Association.                                   observations on catching colds: p. 233-239; CtY-M,
  Rules and regulations of the Boston Medical                 DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL, PU.
Association.                                                     Reel: 14
Boston, John Eliot. 1817
Societies, Medical                                            Bourke, Michael.
Austin No. 250; 8 p. 23.5 cm.; MWA.                              A review of the subject of canine madness.
  Reel: 14                                                    Philadelphia, Mathew Carey. 1792
                                                              Rabies
Boston Medical Library.                                       Austin No. 260; 13 p. 21 cm.; Evans 24138; CtY-M,
   Catalogue of books in the Boston Medical Library.          DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC,
[Boston]. [1807]                                              PPL.
Bibliography of Medicine                                         Reel: 14
Austin No. 253; [8] p. 20 cm.; Caption title; MBM.
   Reel: 14                                                   Boyer, Alexis, baron, 1757-1833.
                                                                  The lectures of Boyer upon diseases of the bones,
Boston Medical Library.                                       arranged into a systematic treatise, by A. Richerand.
   Catalogue of books in the Boston Medical Library,          Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1805
and the rules and regulations concerning the same.            Bone Diseases
[Boston]. [1810]                                              Austin No. 261; Translated from the French by M.
Bibliography of Medicine                                      Farrell ...; The 1st American ed., with notes and
Austin No. 255; 20 p. 22 cm.; DNLM, MBM.                      additional plates, by Joseph Hartshorne, M.D.; 2 v. in
   Reel: 14                                                   1 (368 p.) 7 plates (1 double) 22 cm.; Vol. 2 has half
                                                              title only; Translation of Leçons du chirurgien Boyer
                                                              sur les maladies des os, rédigées ... par Anthelme
                                                              Richerand, Paris, 1803; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
                                                              IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
                                                              MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC,
                                                              PPL, PU, ScMS.
                                                                  Reel: 14

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                                            Reel Listing

Boyer, Alexis, baron, 1757-1833.                                   Brailsford, Edward, d. 1856.
   A treatise on surgical diseases, and the operations                 An experimental dissertation on the chemical and
suited to them.                                                    medical properties of the Nicotiana tabacum of
New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1815-16                                Linnaeus, commonly known by the name of tobacco.
Surgery                                                            Philadelphia, John Ormrod. 1799
Austin No. 262; Translated from the French by                      Nicotine; Tobacco
Alexander H. Stevens ... With notes, and an appendix,              Austin No. 268; 78 p. fold. col. Front. 20 cm.; Evans
by the translator...; 2 v. illus., 8 plates. 22 cm.; Based         35231; Arents 1136 ("First edition.");
on the author's lectures, and "intended chiefly for                Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; The frontispiece
students."; Cf. Author's pref; Translation of v. 1-4 of            is hand colored; Pages [1]-72 are the sheets of the
Traité des maladies chirurgicales et des opérations qui            original issue; Pages 73-78 have been reprinted, to add
leur conviennent (Paris, 1814) "The translation ...                a note on p. 73 and to make some changes and
convey[s] the spirit rather than the letter of the author's        additions at the end, including an errata note (p. 78);
writings ... and four volumes of the original are                  DLC, DNLM, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC, PPF, PPL,
compressed into two."--Translator's pref; CLM,                     PU, ScCM.
CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M,                             Reel: 15
MWA, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU,
ScCM.                                                              Brailsford, Edward, d. 1856.
   Reel: 15                                                            An experimental dissertation on the chemical and
                                                                   medical properties of the Nicotiana tabacum of
Boylston, Zabdiel, 1680-1766.                                      Linnaeus, commonly known by the name of tobacco.
   An historical account of the small-pox inoculated               Philadelphia, John Ormrod. 1799
in New England, upon all sorts of persons, whites,                 Nicotine; Tobacco
blacks, and of all ages and constitutions.                         Austin No. 267; 77 p. fold. front. 21 cm.; Evans 35230
London, Printed for S. Chandler, 1726; Boston,                     (front; not mentioned); Thesis--University of
Re-printed for S. Gerrish [etc.]. 1730                             Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, PHi, PPAmP.
Smallpox Vaccine                                                       Reel: 15
Austin No. 263; With some account of the nature of
the infection in the natural and inoculated way, and               Bree, Robert, 1759-1839.
their different effects on human bodies; With some                     A practical inquiry into disordered respiration;
short directions to the unexperienced in this method of            distinguishing the species of convulsive asthma, their
practice ...; The 2d ed., corr; [4] vi, vi, 53 p. 18 cm.;          causes and indications of cure.
Evans 3259; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi (copy                       Philadelphia, J. & A. Y. Humphreys. 1811
incomplete), NNNAM, PPL.                                           Asthma; Respiration Disorders
   Reel: 15                                                        Austin No. 269; From the 4th London ed., with
                                                                   additional practical observations ...; [5], x-xxiii,
Bracken, Henry, 1697-1764.                                         [25]-260 p. 22 cm.; Originally published in
    Farriery improved; or, a complete treatise on the art          Birmingham in 1797; Contains (p. ix-xv) Introduction
of farriery.                                                       to the 2d edition (London, 1800); The Appendix of the
Philadelphia, Printed for Mathew Carey by Lang and                 3d edition (London, 1803) is included in the body of
Ustick. 1796                                                       the 4th edition, which was published in 1807;
Horse Diseases                                                     Recommendation to "the students of medicine in the
Austin No. 264; Wherein are fully explained, the                   University of Pennsylvania" (p. [4]) signed: Benjamin
nature and structure of that useful creature, a horse;             Rush; February 12, 1811; "Additional observations":
with the diseases and accidents he is liable to; and the           p. [249]-260; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MH-M,
methods of cure. ..; 144 p. 10 plates. 15 cm.; Evans               MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
30118; At head of title: A new edition; MBM (copy                      Reel: 15
lacks some plates), *MWA, RPJCB.
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Brera, Valeriano Luigi, 1772-1840.                                  Brickell, John.
   A treatise on verminous diseases, preceded by the                   Sketches relative to the natural history of the blood,
natural history of intestinal worms, and their origin in            &c. and a theory of gout.
the human body.                                                     [Savannah, Georgia, Norman M'Lean]. [1808]
Boston, Cummings and Hilliard; [etc., etc.]. 1817                   Blood; Gout
Intestinal Diseases, Parasitic                                      Austin No. 274; 8 p. 20 cm.; Lacks title page;
Austin No. 270; Translated from the Italian, with                   Re-printed in Medical Repository, 1809, vi, p. 45-52;
notes, by ...; J. Bartoli ...; and Calvet, nephew ... Paris,        CtY-M, *NNNAM, NNS.
1804; Translated from the French, with additions, by                   Reel: 16
John G. Coffin, M.D. 1816; 367, [1] p. 5 fold. plates.
22 cm.; Comprises four lectures delivered at the                    Brockenbrough, Austin.
University of Pavia in "the scholastic year of 1798.";                 An experimental botanico-chemical essay on two
Originally published in Crema in 1802 under title:                  native species of Laurus.
Lezioni medico-pratiche sopra i principall vermi del                Philadelphia, printed for the author, by S. W. Conrad.
corpo umano vivente, e le cosi dette malattle                       1804
verminose; Translation of Traité des maladies                       Plants, Medicinal
vermineuses, précédé de I'histoire naturelle des vers et            Austin No. 276; 36 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of
de leur origine dans le corps humain (Paris, 1804);                 Pennsylvania; Caption title: Of the Laurus sassafras
Bibliography: p. [64]-65; Additional bibliographical                and benzoin of Linnaeus; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
references included in "Notes" at end of each lecture;              MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
"Errata" : p. [308]; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                      Reel: 16
MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D (copy lacks
plates), NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PU.                                 Brooks, John, 1752-1825.
   Reel: 15                                                             A discourse delivered before the Humane Society
                                                                    of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Brevitt, Joseph, 1769-1839.                                         Boston, T. Fleet, Jun. 1795
   The female medical repository.                                   Austin No. 278; 9th June, 1795 ...; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans
Baltimore, Published by Hunter & Robinson, J.                       28351; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, PPL.
Robinson, print. 1810                                                   Reel: 16
Genital Disease, Female; Infant, Newborn, Diseases;
Obstetrics; Pediatrics                                              Brower, Jacob Vredenburgh, d. 1816.
Austin No. 271; To which is added, a treatise on the                   An inaugural dissertation on the use of Digitalis
primary diseases of infants: adapted to the use of                  purpurea, or purple foxglove, in the cure of diseases.
female practitioners and intelligent mothers; the                   New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1802
technical terms are explained ...; 252 p. 17 cm.;                   Digitalis
CU-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                              Austin No. 279; 24 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
MdU-D, NNNAM, PPC.                                                  College; DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS,
   Reel: 16                                                         PPC.
                                                                       Reel: 16
Brevitt, Joseph, 1769-1839.
    The history of anatomy, from Hippocrates, who                   Brower, Jacob Vredenburgh, d. 1816.
lived four hundred years before Christ.                                A popular treatise; containing, observations
Baltimore, Samuel Sower. 1799                                       concerning the origin of yellow fever; together with
Anatomy                                                             practical rules of conduct for preventing that disease,
Austin No. 272; Together with the discoveries and                   and the best methods of nursing fever patients.
improvements of succeeding anatomists, in the regular               New York, Printed for the author, by Geo. Forman.
succession of times in which they lived and flourished              1805
to the present period. ...; 29 p. 16.5 cm.; Evans 35232;            Yellow Fever
CU-M, ICJ, *MWA, MdU-D, PPC.                                        Austin No. 280; 99 p. 23 cm.; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
    Reel: 16                                                        MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PPC.
                                                                       Reel: 16
Briant, Timothy.
   A receipt from Middleborough in the Province of
the Massachusetts Bay, concerning the canker or
throat-distemper.
Boston, D. Fowle. [1754]
Diptheria
Austin No. 273; 8 p. 16 cm.; MH-M.
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                            Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                           Reel Listing

Brown, John, 1735-1788.                                          Brown, Samuel, 1768-1805.
   The elements of medicine.                                         A treatise on the nature, origin and progress of the
Portsmouth, N.H., William & Daniel Treadwell. 1803               yellow fever, with observations on its treatment;
Medicine                                                         comprising an account of the disease in several of the
Austin No. 287; Translated from the Latin, with                  capitals of the United States; but more particularly as
comments and illustrations, by the author; A new ed.,            it has prevailed in Boston.
rev.; and corr.; With a biographical preface, by                 Boston, Manning & Loring. 1800
Thomas Beddoes ...; From the latest London ed.; 2 v.             Yellow Fever
in 1 (463, [10] p.) fold. table. 21 cm.; A reprint of the        Austin No. 293; 112 p. 22 cm.; Evans 37058 (wrongly
revised translation published in London in 1795;                 attributed to Samuel Brown, 1769-1830); "A
CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M,                         catalogue of the names of adult persons, who died in
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM,                             Boston, during the prevalence of the yellow fever, or
OClM, PPC, PU.                                                   plague; beginning July 21st [1798]": p. [109]-112;
   Reel: 16                                                      CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM,
                                                                 MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi,
Brown, John, 1735-1788.                                          PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
    The elements of medicine; or, A translation of the               Reel: 16
Elementa medicinae Brunonis.
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1790                                    Brown, Thaddeus, d. 1803.
Medicine                                                            An address in Christian love, to the inhabitants of
Austin No. 281; With large notes, illustrations, and             Philadelphia; on the awful dispensation of the yellow
comments. By the author of the original work; A new              fever, in 1798.
ed.; [2], xiii, 390, [8] p. fold. table. 22 cm.; Evans           Philadelphia, printed for the author, by R. Aitken.
22373; A reprint of the translation published in                 1798
London in 1788; It contains no evidence to support the           Yellow Fever
statement in the Dict. of nat. biog. that Benjamin Rush          Austin No. 294; 71 p. 18 cm.; Evans 33464; Half title:
Published an edition in Philadelphia in 1790; CtY-M,             Philadelphia reformed; or else destroyed; DLC,
DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,                               DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNU-M, PHi, PP,
MdU-D, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPHa, PPL, PU,                          PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
RPJCB, ScCM (copy incomplete).                                      Reel: 16
    Reel: 16
                                                                 Brown, Thomas, b. 1766.
Brown, Richard.                                                      The ethereal physician: or, Medical electricity
   An essay on the truth of physiognomy, and its                 revived; its pretensions… considered and examined,
application to medicine.                                         and its efficacy proved, in the prevention and cure of a
Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1807                             great variety of diseases; with the details of upwards
Physiognomy                                                      of sixty cures ...; with some observations on the nature
Austin No. 291; 78p. 21 cm.; Thesis-University of                of the electric fluid, and hints concerning the best
Pennsylvania; DNLM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM,                           mode of applying it for medical purposes.
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                             Albany, Printed for the author, by G. J. Loomis & Co.
   Reel: 16                                                      1817
                                                                 Electrotherapy
Brown, Samuel, 1768-1805.                                        Austin No. 295; No I; To which is added a brief
    An inaugural dissertation on the bilious malignant           account of its medical practice, by Jesse Everett; vi,
fever.                                                           [3]-64, 10, [2] p. 22 cm.; "A brief account of the
Boston, Manning & Loring. 1797                                   application of electricity in the relief and cure of
Yellow Fever                                                     several diseases; By Jesse Everett": 10 p. at end;
Austin No. 292; 54 p. 22 cm.; Evans 31881 (wrongly               CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
attributed to Samuel Brown, 1769-1830);                          NNNAM, PPC.
Thesis--Harverd; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,                            Reel: 16
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPL, RPJCB.
    Reel: 16                                                     Brown, William.
                                                                    An inaugural essay on uterine haemorrhage.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh
                                                                 Maxwell. 1801
                                                                 Uterine Hemorrhage
                                                                 Austin No. 296; 16 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                 Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
                                                                 MWA, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                    Reel: 16




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                           Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                          Reel Listing

[Brown, William] 1748-1792.                                    Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
    Pharmacopoeia simpliciorum et efficaciorum, in                 Advice to mothers, on the subject of their own
usum nosocomii militaris, ad Exercitum Foederatarum            health; and on the means of promoting the health,
Americae Civitatum pertinentis; hodiernae nostrae              strength, and beauty, of their offspring.
inopiae rerumque angustiis, feroci hostium saevitiae,          Philadelphia, John Bioren. 1804
belloque crudeli ex inopinatò patriae nostrae illato           Child Care; Health
debitis, maxime accommodata.                                   Austin No. 303; [4], 344 p. 21 cm.; The appendix (p.
Philadelphiae, Styner & Cist. 1778                             297-344) is largely a reprint of Cadogan's An essay
Pharmacopoeias                                                 upon nursing, and the management of children;
Austin No. 297; 32 p. 17 cm.; Evans 15750; The                 CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdU-D,
author's name appears on the title page of the editio          MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
altera, Philadelphiae, 1781; Preliminary note (p. [2])         PU.
dated "Lititz, Mart. 12, 1778."; Brown was stationed at            Reel: 17
the army hospital at Lititz, Pa., and was
physician-general of the Middle Department of the              Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
Continental Army; The work is sometimes cited as the              Domestic medicine: or, A treatise on the
Lititz Pharmacopoeia; Based primarily on the                   prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple
Pharmacopoeia Edinburgensis, 1756; Cf. George                  medicines.
Urdang, "Addenda to the 'Lititz pharmacopoeia,'" in            Philadelphia, Printed for Joseph Crukshank; [etc.,
Edward Kremers' Documents pertaining to the                    etc.]. 1784
medicinal supplies within the North American                   Medicine
Colonies from 1643 to 1780, Madison, Wis., 1944, p.            Austin No. 312; With an appendix, containing a
13; DNLM, MBM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                           dispensatory for the use of private practitioners ...;
    Reel: 16                                                   Carefully corr. from the latest London ed. ...; 540 p. 21
                                                               cm.; Evans 18384; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
Browne, Joseph.                                                MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPC, PPL, RPJCB,
   Treatise on the yellow fever; shewing its origin,           ScCM.
cure and prevention.                                              Reel: 17
New-York, Printed at the Argus office. [1798]
Yellow Fever                                                   Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
Austin No. 299; 31 p. 1 illus. 20 cm.; Evans 33465;               Domestic medicine; or, The family physician:
DLC, MBM, *MWA, NHi, NNNAM.                                    being an attempt to render the medical art more
   Reel: 17                                                    generally useful, by shewing people what is in their
                                                               own power both with respect to the prevention and
Brownell, Pardon.                                              cure of diseases.
   An inaugural dissertation on animal heat.                   Philadelphia, Printed by John Dunlap, for R. Aitken.
[Schenectady, N.Y.?] I. Riggs. 1814                            1772
Body Temperature                                               Medicine
Austin No. 300; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Medical                  Austin No. 308; Chiefly calculated to recommend a
Institution of the State of New York and Queen's               proper attention to regimen and simple medicines ...;
College, New Jersey; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC,                      To which is added, Dr. Cadogan's Dissertation on the
NNNAM.                                                         gout; vii, [4], 368, iv, 39 p. 20 cm.; Evans 12338;
   Reel: 17                                                    Cadogan's Dissertation on the gout has separate
                                                               paging and special title page with imprint:
Bryarly, Wakeman, d. 1821.                                     Philadelphia, Printed for and sold by R. Aitken [n.d.];
   An inaugural essay on the Lupulus communis, of              CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC,
Gaertner; or the common hop.                                   PPL, WaSp-M.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.                  Reel: 17
Oswald. 1805
Plants, Medicinal                                              Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
Austin No. 302; 34 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of               Domestic medicine; or, The family physician:
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PHi,                      being an attempt to render the medical art more
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                           generally useful, by shewing people what is in their
   Reel: 17                                                    own power both with respect to the prevention and
                                                               cure of diseases.
                                                               Philadelphia, Printed by Joseph Crukshank, for R.
                                                               Aitken. 1774
                                                               Medicine
                                                               Austin No. 310; Chiefly calculated to recommend a
                                                               proper attention to regimen and simple medicines ...;
                                                               The 2d American ed., with considerable additions, by
                                                               the author; xxiv, 461 p. 21 cm.; Evans 13181; CtY-M,
                                                               DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, PHi, PPC, RPJCB.
                                                                  Reel: 17


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                             Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                            Reel Listing

Buchan, William, 1729-1805.                                       Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
    Domestic medicine; or, The family physician:                     Domestic medicine: or, A treatise on the
being an attempt to render the medical art more                   prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and
generally useful, by shewing people what is in their              simple medicines: with an appendix, containing a
own power both with respect to the prevention and                 dispensatory for the use of private practitioners.
cure of diseases.                                                 Philadelphia, Richard Folwell. 1797
Philadelphia, R. Aitken. [1771]                                   Medicine
Medicine; Pediatrics                                              Austin No. 318; Adapted to the climate and diseases
Austin No. 307; Chiefly calculated to recommend a                 of America, by Isaac Cathrall; 512 p. 22 cm.; Evans
proper attention to regimen and simple medicines ...;             31887; DNLM, ICJ, NNNAM, PPC, WaSp-M.
vii, [4], 368 p. 20 cm.; DLC, DNLM.                                  Reel: 18
    Reel: 17
                                                                  Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
Buchan, William, 1729-1805.                                          Domestic medicine: or, A treatise on the
   Dr. Buchan's Family medical works: containing the              prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and
Domestic medicine, enlarged: and the Advice to                    simple medicines.
mothers, on the subject of their own health; and on the           Boston, Joseph Bumstead. 1809
means of promoting the health, strength, and beauty of            Medicine
their offspring.                                                  Austin No. 334; With an appendix, containing a
[Charleston, S.C., John Hoff]. [1807]                             dispensatory for the use of private practitioners; To
Medicine                                                          which are added, Observations on diet ...; Also,
Austin No. 305; [2], 482, 120 p. 23 cm.; DNLM                     Advice to mothers, on the subject of their own health;
(microfilm copy), MBM, MWA, NNNAM, OClM,                          and of the means of promoting the health, strength,
ScCM.                                                             and beauty of their offspring ...; New ed., enl.--from
   Reel: 17                                                       the author's last revisal; 629, [1] p. 23 cm.; CLM,
                                                                  DNLM, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, OClM.
For Bruises, sprains, rheumatism, etc. etc.                          Reel: 19
[n.p.]. [ca. 1810]
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                           Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
Austin No. 301; Dr. Steer's chemical opodeldoc. Sold                 Every man his own doctor; or, A treatise on the
in bottles of 50 cts.; each ...; Broadside. 24 cm.;               prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and
NNNAM.                                                            simple medicines.
   Reel: 17                                                       New Haven [Conn.] Nathan Whiting. 1816
                                                                  Pharmacology
Buchan, William, 1729-1805.                                       Austin No. 339; To which is added, A treatise on the
   Domestic medicine: or, A treatise on the                       materia medica; in which the medicinal qualities of
prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple             indigenous plants are given and adapted to common
medicines.                                                        practice; With an appendix, containing A complete
Hartford, Nathaniel Patten. 1789                                  treatise on the art of farriery; with directions to the
Medicine                                                          purchasers of horses; and practical receipts for the
Austin No. 313; With an appendix, containing a                    cure of distempers incident to horses, cattle, sheep,
dispensatory for the use of private practitioners ...; The        and swine--to all of which are added, a choice
11th ed., corr. and improved; xxxii, 780, [36] p. 21              collection of receipts, useful in every branch of
cm.; Evans 21715; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM,                          domestic life--making in all a complete family
MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, OClM.                                           directory; 464, 144 p. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
   Reel: 18                                                       IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, NNNAM,
                                                                  NNU-M.
Buchan, William, 1729-1805.                                          Reel: 19
     Domestic medicine: or, A treatise on the
prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and                   Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
simple medicines.                                                    A letter to the patentee [G. Holland] concerning the
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1795                                 medical properties of the Fleecy hosiery.
Medicine                                                          London, Printed: New-York, Re-printed by G.
Austin No. 317; With an appendix, containing a                    Forman, for F. Wetherill. 1794
dispensatory for the use of private practitioners ...;            Clothing; Wool
Rev. and adapted to the diseases and climate of the               Austin No. 340; The 1st American ed., with additional
United States of America, by Samuel Powel Griffitts               notes and observations by the editor; 34, [1] p. 20 cm.;
...; xxxi, 757 p. 22 cm.; Evans 28366; DLC, DNLM,                 Evans 26707; Notes signed: F. W. [i.e. C. W.];
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPL.                                 CtY-M, DNLM, PPL, RHi.
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Buchanan, Claudius, 1766-1815.                                [Burdon, William].
   The healing waters of Bethesda; a sermon,                     The gentleman's pocket-farrier; shewing how to
preached at Buxton Wells, to the company assembled            use your horse on a journey.
there for the benefit of the medicinal waters.                Boston, N. E., N. Coverly. 1778
London, T. Cadell [etc.]; Boston, Re-printed by               Horse Diseases
Munroe & Francis. 1812                                        Austin No. 349; 48 p. 12.5 cm.; First published in
Balneology                                                    London in 1730; MWA.
Austin No. 343; On Whitsunday, June 2, 1811...; 30 p.            Reel: 19
21 cm.; The English edition was published in 1811;
DNLM.                                                         Burlesson, E.
   Reel: 19                                                       A lamentation in memory of the distressing
                                                              sickness in Hartford.
Buchanan, George, 1763-1808.                                  [New London, Printed by Timothy Green]. [1725]
   Dissertatio physiologica inauguralis, de causis            Communicable Diseases
respirationis ejusdemque effectibus.                          Austin No. 354; From November 5th, 1724, to
Philadelphiae, Prichard et Hall. 1789                         February 2-th, 1724, 5. which took away more than
Respiration                                                   fifty persons, hereafter named.; ... Broadside; fol.;
Austin No. 345; [4] iv, 34 p. 24 cm.; Evans 21716;            Evans 2617; MWA (photo.; of privately owned copy).
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                    Reel: 19
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 19                                                   Burlington (N.J.).
                                                                 At a meeting of the Corporation of the City of
Buchanan, George, 1763-1808.                                  Burlington, August 30th, 1793, the following
   A treatise upon the typhus fever: published for the        recommendations to the citizens was unanimously
benefit of establishing a lying-in hospital, in               agreed to.
Baltimore.                                                    [Burlington?]. [1793?]
Baltimore, William Goddard. 1789                              Yellow Fever
Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne                                 Austin No. 355; Whereas there is great reason for
Austin No. 346; 25 p. 16 mo.; Evans 21717; PPAmP.             caution against the malignant fever or contagious
   Reel: 19                                                   disorder, which prevails in Philadelphia ... the
                                                              Corporation ... recommend ...; Broadside; 33.5 cm.;
Buchanan, Joseph, 1785-1829.                                  Includes recommendations by the College of
   The philosophy of human nature.                            Physicians of Philadelphia for preventing the spread
Richmond, K., John A. Grimes. 1812                            of yellow fever; NNNAM.
Medicine                                                         Reel: 19
Austin No. 347; vi, [1], 336 p. 22 cm.; Prepared as
lectures to be delivered in the contemplated medical          Burns, John, 1774-1850.
school of Transylvania University; "With some                    The anatomy of the gravid uterus.
additions and improvements, they form the chapters of         Salem [Mass.] Published by Cushing & Appleton, and
the present treatise."--Pref.; Includes "An outline of        Joshua Cushing, Boston; Joshua Cushing, printer.
physiology" (p. 23-32); Appendix (p. 321-336): no. 1.         1808
Additional remarks on association.--no. 2.                    Labor; Pregnancy; Uterus
Conjectures on physiology of the brain.--no. 3.               Austin No. 356; With practical inferences relative to
Definitions of technical terms; DLC, DNLM, PPL.               pregnancy and labour ...; xxi, 248 p. 2 plates; 22 cm.;
   Reel: 19                                                   Apparently reprinted from the Glasgow edition of
                                                              1799, with correction of the errata; CtY-M, DLC,
Budd, John, 1730?-1791.                                       DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, PPC,
  A dissertation on porter, read before the Medical           ScMS.
Society of South Carolina, on the 28th of May, 1791.             Reel: 20
Charleston, Markland & M'Iver. 1791
Beverages                                                     Burns, John, 1774-1850.
Austin No. 348; 12 p. 17.5 cm.; Evans 23230; MWA.                Dissertations on inflammation.
  Reel: 19                                                    Albany, Published by E.F. Backus; C.S. Van Winkle,
                                                              printer, New-York. 1812
[Burdon, William].                                            Inflammation
   The gentleman's pocket-farrier, showing how to             Austin No. 357; 2 v. in 1. 22 cm.; Contents are the
use your horse on a journey.                                  same as those of the Glasgow edition of 1800; CLM,
Carlisle [Pa.] Archibald Loudon. 1816                         CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M,
Horse Diseases                                                LNT-M (vol. 1), MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,
Austin No. 353; 76 p. 15 cm.; MWA.                            NNNAM, OClM, PPC.
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Burns, John, 1774-1850.                                          Burns, John, 1774-1850.
   Observations on abortion: containing an account of               Principles of midwifery; including the diseases of
the manner in which it takes place, the causes which             women and children: rev., corr.; and enl.; by the
produce it, and the method of preventing or treating it.         author.
Troy, N.Y., Printed by Wright, Goodenow, and                     New-York, Printed by I. Riley, for W.W. Buchanan,
Stockwell, and sold by them, and by Goodenow and                 M.D. 1810
Co., Boston. 1808                                                Genital Disease, Female; Midwifery; Obstetrics;
Abortion                                                         Pediatrics
Austin No. 358; 1st American ed.; 151 p. 17 cm.;                 Austin No. 362; With notes, by W.W. Buchanan ...;
Previously published in London in 1806 and 1807;                 xviii, 484 p. 21 cm.; Previously published in London
The American edition is apparently based on the                  in 1809; Also published in Philadelphia in 1810;
revised London edition of 1807; Cf. author's                     Apparently reprinted from a copy, "corrected and
Advertisement; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, MBM,                      enlarged from the ms. notes used by the author in his
MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPHa, PPL.                            lectures," which Burns presented to the editor; Cf.
   Reel: 20                                                      editor's note; "Notes" : p. [453]-484; CLM, CU-M,
                                                                 CtY-M, DLC, DNLM (copy incomplete), ICJ, MBM,
Burns, John, 1774-1850.                                          MWA, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
    ...Obstetrical works.                                           Reel: 20
New-York, Collins and Perkins. 1809
Obstetrics                                                       Burns, John, 1774-1850.
Austin No. 360; The anatomy of the gravid uterus;                    The principles of midwifery; including the diseases
with practical inferences relative to pregnancy and              of women and children.
labour. Observations on abortion; containing an                  Philadelphia, Published by Edward & Richard Parker
account of the manner in which it takes place; the               [etc.] J.R.A. Skerrett, printer. 1817
causes which produce it; and the method of preventing            Genital Disease, Female; Midwifery; Pediatrics
or treating it; [From the 2d London ed., improved by             Austin No. 365; The 4th American, from the 3d
the author]; Practical observations on the uterine               London ed., greatly enl.; With improvements and
hemorrhage; with remarks on the management of the                notes, by Thomas C. James...; 2 v. 2 fold. tables; 22
placenta...; viii, 256 p. 2 plates (1 fold.) 22 cm.; Each        cm.; The 3d London edition was published in 1814;
work has special title page; "Originally published as            The 4th American edition includes the additions made
distinct works."-- Advertisement, by the American                in the 3d American edition (Philadelphia, 1813) by T.
publishers; Prospectus of "Mitchill and Miller's                 C. James; CLM, CU-M (vol. 2), CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ,
repository & review" [i.e. the Medical repository] (7            IEN-M, LNT-M (vol. 1), MBM, NNNAM, OClM,
p.) appended; CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                        PPC, PU.
IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                                  Reel: 21
MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.
    Reel: 20                                                     Burns, John, 1774-1850.
                                                                    The principles of midwifery; including the diseases
Burns, John, 1774-1850.                                          of women and children.
   Popular directions for the treatment of the diseases          Philadelphia, Published by Johnson and Warner [etc.]
of women and children.                                           Joseph Rakestraw, printer. 1813
New-York, Thomas A Ronalds. 1811                                 Genital Disease, Female; Midwifery; Obstetrics;
Genital Disease, Female; Pediatrics                              Pediatrics
Austin No. 361; 324 p. 18 cm.; Previously published              Austin No. 364; The 3d American, from the 2d
in Glasgow and London in 1811; CU-M, DLC,                        London ed., much enl.; With improvements and notes,
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.                           by Thomas C. James...; 2 v. 2 fold. tables; 23 cm.; The
   Reel: 20                                                      2d London edition, revised by the author, was
                                                                 published in 1811; The 3d American edition retains
Burns, John, 1774-1850.                                          the notes of Nathaniel Chapman, editor of the 1810
   The principles of midwifery; including the diseases           Philadelphia edition; "Differences of the female from
of women and children.                                           the male pelvis" (v. 1, p. 18-15) was added by T. C.
Philadelphia, Published by Hopkins and Earle; Fry                James; Appendix (v. 2, p. [295]-312) by James is
and Kammerer, printers. 1810                                     based chiefly on Baudelocque's L'art des
Midwifery; Pediatrics                                            accouchemens; DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M,
Austin No. 363; With notes; By N. Chapman...; xxiv,              MBM (vol. 1), MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM,
524 p. 22 cm.; Apparently based on the London                    OkU-M (vol. 2), PPAmP, PPC, PU.
edition of 1809; Also published in New York in 1810;                Reel: 21
"Adopted as the text book to the lectures delivered [at
the University of Pennsylvania] by Dr. [T. C.] James
and ... [the editor]"; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, OClM, PPC,
ScMS.
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Burrell, William.                                               Cadogan, William, 1711-1797.
   Medical advice; chiefly for the consideration of                 A dissertation on the gout, and all chronic diseases,
seamen: and adapted for the use of travellers, or               jointly considered, as proceeding from the same
domestic life.                                                  causes; what those causes are; and a rational and
New-York, Printed for the author by R. Wilson. 1798             natural method of cure proposed.
Medicine; Naval Medicine                                        London, Printed; Boston, Re-printed by Henry Knox.
Austin No. 368; Containing practical essays on                  1772
diseases in general ...; 53, [3] p. 20 cm.; NNNAM.              Chronic Disease; Gout
   Reel: 21                                                     Austin No. 374; Addressed to all invalids ...; The 10th
                                                                ed. ...; 76, 3 p. 21 cm.; Evans 12341; The 10th ed. was
Burton, Aaron.                                                  first published in London in 1772; List of books in
    An inaugural essay on physeodesmos: or The tie of           physic and surgery for sale by the London Bookstore,
creation.                                                       Boston (Henry Knox): 3 p. at end; DLC, DNLM,
Baltimore, Sergeant Hall. 1813                                  MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, OClM.
Genetics                                                            Reel: 21
Austin No. 369; [2], 26 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
of Maryland; The title page is on a stub, and is perhaps        Cadogan, William, 1711-1797.
a cancel; Presents the theory that gravitation or                  An essay upon nursing and the management of
attraction is "the tie of creation," and the basis of           children, from their birth to three years of age.
human heredity; Cf. p. 10, 15; DLC, DNLM, PHi.                  London, Printed; Boston, Re-printed for Cox and
    Reel: 21                                                    Berry. 1772
                                                                Child Care; Nursing
Burwell, Lewis.                                                 Austin No. 378; By ..., late physician to the
   Observations on the Digitalis purpurea, or                   Foundling--Hospital; In a letter to a governor;
fox-glove.                                                      Published by order of the general committee for
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.           transacting the affairs of the said hospital; The 10th
1805                                                            ed., rev. and corr. by the author; 52 p. 20 cm.; Evans
Digitalis                                                       12344 (wrongly dated 1762); MBM, MWA, MnSRM,
Austin No. 370; 23 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of             *NNNAM.
Pennsylvania; DNLM, PPAmP, PPC, PU.                                Reel: 21
   Reel: 21
                                                                Cadwalader, Thomas, 1707 or 8-1779.
Buxton, Charles, d. 1833.                                           An essay on the West-India dry-gripes; with the
  An inaugural dissertation on the measles.                     method of preventing and curing that cruel distemper.
New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1793                                Philadelphia, B. Franklin. 1745
Measles                                                         Colic; Gastrointestinal Diseases
Austin No. 371; 36 p. 21 cm.; Evans 25249;                      Austin No. 380; To which is added, An extraordinary
Thesis--Queen's College, New Jersey; DLC, DNLM,                 case in physick; v, 42 p. 22 cm.; Evans 5553; Preface
MWA, MnSRM, MHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC.                          (p. iii-v) signed: New-Jersey, Trenton, March 25,
  Reel: 21                                                      1745; Tho. Cadwalader; "The copy in the Library of
                                                                the [Philadelphia] College of Physicians has inserted a
Cadogan, William, 1711-1797.                                    suppressed 'Preface' which is paged iii.-vi. ... The
   A dissertation on the gout, and all chronic diseases,        published Preface is entirely re-written."--Hildeburn;
jointly considered, as proceeding from the same                 A century of printing, no. 922; DLC, DNLM, MH-M,
causes; what those causes are: and a rational and               NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPF, PC.
natural method of cure proposed.                                    Reel: 21
London, Printed; Philadelphia, Re-printed and sold by
William and Thomas Bradford. 1771                               Calcagni, Francesco.
Austin No. 372; Addressed to all invalids ...; v, 51 p.             A letter on the inoculation of the vaccina, practised
21.5 cm.; Evans 12004; *DLC, MWA, NHi (copy                     in Sicily.
lacks p. 51), NNNAM, NNS, PHi, PPC, PPL, RHi.                   Philadelphia, published by B. and T. Kite; Fry and
   Reel: 21                                                     Kamerer, printers. 1807
                                                                Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine; Vaccination; Vaccinia
                                                                Austin No. 381; ... addressed to Her Excellency
                                                                Madam D. Stefania Statella...Translated from the
                                                                Italian by Edward Cutbush, M.D. ...; 39 p. 19.5 cm.;
                                                                CtY-M, *NNNAM, OClM.
                                                                    Reel: 21




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Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                   Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
   An address to the committees on education of both               An eulogium to the memory of Dr. Samuel Cooper,
houses of the legislature of Kentucky, on the state of          delivered, by appointment, before the Philadelphia
the school of medicine of Transylvania University.              Medical Society, on the fourth day of March, 1799.
Lexington, Kentucky, T. Smith. 1820                             Philadelphia, Printed by Henry Tuckniss, for Mathew
Education, Medical                                              Carey. 1799
Austin No. 382; 23 p.; Published by order of the                Austin No. 387; 48 p. 22 cm.; Evans 35262;
committees. Delivered on Nov. 1, 1820; DNLM                     "Appendix; Last will and testament of Dr. Samuel
(microfilm copy of the original in the University of            Cooper" : p. [45]-48; DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM,
Chicago Library), LNT-M.                                        MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, PHi,
   Reel: 21                                                     PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
                                                                   Reel: 22
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
   An address to the Philadelphia Medical Society, on           Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
the analogies between yellow fever and true plague,                An eulogium to the memory of Mr. George Lee,
delivered ... on the 20th of February, 1801.                    delivered by appointment, to the Philadelphia Medical
Philadelphia, Thomas & William Bradford. 1801                   Society, on the 24th day of Feb. 1802.
Plague; Yellow Fever                                            Philadelphia, Thomas and William Bradford. 1802
Austin No. 383; viii, 44 p. 21 cm.; DLC, DNLM (copy             Austin No. 388; 34 p. 21 cm.; DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
incomplete), ELRCS, MWA, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP,                      IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
PPC, PPL.                                                          Reel: 22
   Reel: 22
                                                                Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                      An experimental inquiry, respecting the vitality of
   An anniversary oration on the subject of                     the blood.
quarantines, delivered to the Philadelphia Medical              [Philadelphia]. [1805?]
Society, on the 21st of January, 1807.                          Blood
Philadelphia, Fry and Kammerer. 1807                            Austin No. 389; 43 p. 22.5 cm.; Preface dated:
Quarantine                                                      Philadelphia, January 1st, 1805; Also in his: Medical
Austin No. 384; Printed by order of the Society. 30 p.          theses, Philadelphia, 1805, 1, pp. 353-395; MWA.
24 cm.; DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, PHi,                          Reel: 22
PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
   Reel: 22                                                     Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
                                                                    Extract from An eulogium on William Shippen,
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                   M.D.
    An attempt to establish the original sameness of            Philadelphia, Printed for the publisher [J. H.
three phenomena of fever, (principally confined to              Cunningham, printer]. 1818
infants and children), described by medical writers             Austin No. 390; Delivered by Charles Caldwell, M.D.
under the several names of hydrocephalus internus,              in the Medical College; 20 p. 24 cm.; The name
cynanche trachealis, and diarrhea infantum.                     Charles Caldwell, M.D. is on a slip cancel, mounted
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1796                               over the original name, which was printed: Caspar
Diarrhea, Infantile; Laryngitis                                 Wistar, M.D.; Delivered in 1808; The same extract
Austin No. 385; 69 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             was published anonymously in The Port folio,
Pennsylvania; According to the author's                         Philadelphia, Feb. 1813, p. [101]-114; DLC, DNLM,
autobiography (Philadelphia, 1855, p. 243-246) his              NHi, PHi, PPC.
inaugural dissertation, as first printed, contained                 Reel: 22
matter later "expunged, at the suggestion of the Dean
of the Faculty."; This is apparently the corrected form;        Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.
Evans 30148 ("diarrhoea" in title); CtY-M, DNLM,                   An inaugural address, on the advantages and
MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.                                  facilities of establishing a medical school in the
    Reel: 22                                                    Western States, delivered in the Episcopal Church in
                                                                Lexington, on the 18th day of November, 1819.
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                   Lexington, K., Thomas Smith. 1819
   An eulogium on Caspar Wistar.                                Schools, Medical
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson and Son. 1818                       Austin No. 391; 28 p. 24 cm.; DNLM, NNNAM, PHi,
Austin No. 386; Delivered by appointment, before the            PPC, PU.
members of the Philadelphia Medical Society; and                   Reel: 22
published at their request; 28 p. 22 cm.; DLC, DNLM,
MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP,
PPC, PPL, PU.
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Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                    Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853, ed.
    Medical & physical memoirs, containing, among                    Medical theses, selected from among the inaugural
other subjects, a particular enquiry into the origin and         dissertations, published and defended by the graduates
nature of the late pestilential epidemics of the United          in medicine, of the University of Pennsylvania, and of
States.                                                          other medical schools in the United States: with an
Philadelphia, Thomas & William Bradford. 1801                    introduction, appendix, and occasional notes.
Disease Outbreaks; Yellow Fever                                  Philadelphia, Published by Thomas and William
Austin No. 392; [16], 348 (i.e. 344) p. 22 cm.; The first        Bradford, printers and book-sellers, Fry and
eight numbers of the second memoir appeared in 1799              Kammerer, printers. 1805-06
"in one of the public prints of the city."; They are now         Austin No. 397; 2 v. fold. plate. 22 cm.; Vol. [2] has
published with corrections and additions; Cf. Pref.;             imprint: Philadelphia, Published by Thomas and
"An address to the Philadelphia Medical Society, on              William Bradford, printers and book-sellers, 1806;
the analogies between yellow fever and true plague"              "To be continued annually."; No more published;
(p. [301]-348, with special title page) was also issued          "Though it is not to issue from the press under the
separately in 1801; CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                       immediate sanction of the University of Pennsylvania,
ELRCS, ICJ, Ien-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,                     yet it will constitute a 'Thesaurus medicus' of that
NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                        institution."--Preliminary discourse; Each thesis has
    Reel: 22                                                     special half title, including thesis note; Vol. 1 includes
                                                                 as appendix An experimental inquiry, respecting the
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                    vitality of the blood (p. [353]-395) by Charles
    An oration on the causes of the difference, in point         Caldwell, comprising three lectures delivered at the
of frequency and force, between the endemic diseases             infirmary of the Philadelphia Almshouse; The
of the United States of America, and those of the                prefatory note is dated Jan. 1, 1805; CLM (vol. 1),
countries of Europe, delivered, by appointment, to the           CU-M (vol. 1), CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MWA,
"Philadelphia Medical Society," on the fifth day of              NHi, NNC (vol. 2), NNNAM, NjR (vol. 2), OClM,
February, 1802.                                                  PPAmP, PPC, PPJ (vol. 1), PPL, PU (vol. 1).
Philadelphia, T. and William Bradford. 1802                          Reel: 22
Disease Outbreaks
Austin No. 393; 46 p. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                  [Caldwell, Charles] 1772-1853.
Ien-M, MBM, NHi, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                          Thoughts on the subject of a health-establishment
    Reel: 22                                                     for the city of Philadelphia.
                                                                 [Philadelphia?]. [1803?]
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                    Public Health
   A reply to Dr. Haygarth's "Letter to Dr. Percival,            Austin No. 396; 16 p. 23 cm.; Caption title; Four
on infectious fevers;" and his "Address to the College           contributions, signed: A Philadelphia; Probably
of Physicians at Philadelphia, on the prevention of the          originally printed in a newspaper or periodical;
American pestilence," exposing the medical,                      Authorship is acknowledged by Caldwell in his
philosophical, and literary errors of that author, and           "Catalogue of the published writings ..." (written, as
vindicating the right which the faculty of the United            he states, partly from memory) appended to his
States have to think and decide for themselves,                  Autobiography, Philadelphia, 1855; It is listed on p.
respecting the diseases of their own country,                    430 under the date 1805, which appears to be
uninfluenced by the notions of the physicians of                 erroneous; Presents criticisms of the organization and
Europe.                                                          functions of the Board of Health, as established by the
Philadelphia, Thomas and William Bradford. 1802                  act of April 1, 1799; which was to continue in force for
Communicable Diseases                                            three years, and which was to terminate "at the close of
Austin No. 394; [7], 10-50 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM,               the next session of the legislature" (p.2); and proposes
IEN-M, PPL.                                                      reforms to be included in the forth-coming new act;
   Reel: 22                                                      Some of these suggestions were incorporated in the
                                                                 Act for establishing an health office passed April 1,
Caldwell, Charles, 1772-1853.                                    1803; Probably published between July 1802 (cf. note,
   A semi-annual oration, on the origin of pestilential          p. 9) and April 1, 1803; DNLM, MWA.
diseases, delivered before the Academy of Medicine                   Reel: 22
of Philadelphia, on the 17th day of December, 1798.
Philadelphia, Thomas and Samuel F. Bradford. 1799                Camp, John H.
Disease Outbreaks                                                   An inaugural dissertation on the use of mercury in
Austin No. 395; 59 p. 20 cm.; Evans 35263; CtY-M,                fevers.
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,                          Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.
NjR, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, RPJCB.                                 1804
   Reel: 22                                                      Fever; Mercury
                                                                 Austin No. 399; 26 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                 Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MWA,
                                                                 NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                    Reel: 23



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Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.                                      Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
   Address of M. Carey to the public.                             A short account of the malignant fever, lately
[Philadelphia]. [1794]                                         prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the
Yellow Fever                                                   proceedings that took place on the subject in different
Austin No. 400; Philadelphia, April 4, 1794; 8 p. 8vo.;        parts of the United States.
Evans 26729; In defense of his actions as a member of          Philadelphia, printed by the author. 1793
the Committee of health during the yellow fever                Yellow Fever
epidemic of 1793; DLC, *PPC, PPL.                              Austin No. 408; [5], 8-103, [9] p. 22 cm.; Evans
   Reel: 23                                                    25255; Caption title: A brief account, &c.; "List of all
                                                               the burials in the several graveyards ... from August
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.                                      1st to November 9th, 1793": p. [104-108];
   Desultory account of the yellow fever, prevalent in         "Meteorological observations made ... by David
Philadelphia, and of the present state of the city.            Rittenhouse": p. [109-112]; DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
[Philadelphia]. [1793]                                         IEN-M, MnSRM, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,
Yellow Fever                                                   RPJCB.
Austin No. 401; 12 p. 12mo.; *PPC, PPL.                           Reel: 23
   Reel: 23
                                                               Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.                                         A short account of the malignant fever, lately
    Histoire succincte de la fièvre maligne qui a régné        prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the
dernièrement a Philadelphie, suivid'un récit des               proceedings that took place on the subject in different
mesures prises dans différentes parties des Etats Unis,        parts of the United States.
au sujet de cette maladie.                                     Philadelphia, Printed by the author. 1793
Philadelphie, Imprimé par Parent pour I'auteur. [1794]         Yellow Fever
Yellow Fever                                                   Austin No. 409; 2d ed.; 103, [9] p. 21 cm.; Evans
Austin No. 402; 102 p. 21 cm.; Evans 26738; Caption            25256; A corrected reprint of the 1st ed., also
title: Court recit.; &c.; A translation based upon the         published in 1793; Cf. pref. to the 2d ed., dated Nov.
4th ed. of A short history of the malignant fever              23, 1793; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, LNT-M, MBM,
(Philadelphia, 1794); It omits the accounts of the             MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, OClM,
plague in London and Marseilles, and other sections            PHi, PP, PPC, PPF, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
appended to the 4th ed.; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,                     Reel: 23
NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.
    Reel: 23                                                   Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.
                                                                    A short account of the malignant fever, lately
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.                                      prevalent in Philadelphia: with a statement of the
   Eine kurze Nachricht von dem bosartigen Fieber.             proceedings that took place on the subject, in different
[Chestnut Hill, Pa.] Gedruckt fur den Verfasser bey            parts of the United States.
Samuel Saur. 1794                                              Philadelphia, Printed by the author. 1794
Yellow Fever                                                   Plague; Yellow Fever
Austin No. 403; [1]-129, [7], 121-159 p. 23 cm.;               Austin No. 411; To which are added, accounts of the
Evans 26739; *MWA, NNS, PHi (copy incomplete).                 plague in London and Marseilles; and a list of the
   Reel: 23                                                    dead, from August 1, to the middle of December, 1793
                                                               ...; 4th ed., improved; 160 p. 24 cm.; Evans 26735
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.                                      (Evans lists three variants, with 112 p. [incomplete?]
    Observations on Dr. Rush's Enquiry into the origin         159 p. and 160 p); Includes the statistical list of
of the late epidemic fever in Philadelphia.                    burials, David Rittenhouse's meteorological
Philadelphia, From the press of the author. 1793               observations (as in previous editions) and an enlarged
Yellow Fever                                                   "List of the names of the persons who have died.";
Austin No. 406; 23 p. 20 cm.; Evans 25254; CtY-M,              CLM, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPL,
DNLM, Ien-M, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,                             PU, RPJCB.
NNU-M, PP, PPAmp, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.                                  Reel: 23
    Reel: 23
                                                               Carlisle, Sir Anthony, 1768-1840.
Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.                                         An essay on the disorders of old age, and on the
   September 27th, 1794. Gentlemen, Actuated by a              means for prolonging human life.
sincere regard for the welfare of our common city, I           Philadelphia, Published by Edward Earle; W. Myer,
take the liberty to trouble you with a few lines.              printer, New Brunswick [N.J.]. 1819
[Philadelphia, Mathew Carey]. [1794]                           Aging; Geriatrics
Yellow Fever                                                   Austin No. 416; 74 p. 20 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ,
Austin No. 407; [Urging, for business reasons, an              LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NjR, NHi,
authoritative statement of the actual state of yellow          NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
fever in the city.] Mathew Carey; To the Committee of             Reel: 23
Health for the City of Philadelphia; 3p fol.; Evans
26731; Printed in script type; DLC, *PPL.
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Carmichael, Richard, 1779-1849.                                 Carter, Richard, b. 1786.
   An essay on the venereal diseases which have been               Valuable vegetable medical prescriptions, for the
confounded with syphilis, and the symptoms which                cure of all nervous and putrid disorders.
exclusively arise from that poison.                             Frankfort, Ken., Gerard & Berry. 1815
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson and Son,               Pharmacology
William Fry, printer. 1817                                      Austin No. 421; 187 p. 18 cm.; "Intended for the poor,
Venereal Diseases                                               and such as cannot conveniently obtain the aid of
Austin No. 417; Illustrated by drawings of the                  physicians."-- [Author's] Advertisement; Brief
cutaneous eruptions of true syphilis, and the                   autobiography of the author included in his
resembling diseases ...; 1st American ed.; xvi, 303 p. 4        Advertisement; DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M.
col. plates; 23 cm.; Previously published in Dublin in             Reel: 23
1814; The Philadelphia edition was printed at the
instigation of Nathaniel Chapman, especially for the            Carter, Robert, d. 1804.
use of medical students in the University of                       An inaugural essay, being a comparative inquiry
Pennsylvania; The appendix (p. [287]-303) is largely a          into the properties and uses of opium.
continuation of certain case histories presented in the         Philadelphia, printed at the office of the Gazette of the
main work; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M,                      United States. 1803
MBM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PU, ScCM.                        Opium
   Reel: 23                                                     Austin No. 422; vii, 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
                                                                of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM,
Carpenter, B.                                                   MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   The sick man's companion, or A short note on                    Reel: 23
fever, and a new method of cure: together with an
enumeration of the symptoms which usually attend a              Carver, James.
number of diseases and a mode of treatment                          Remarks and observations on the epidemic catarrh
prescribed with medicine, the production of our own             [among horses] which prevailed in this city
country.                                                        [Philadelphia] during the late winter of 1815 and
Johnstown [N.Y.] printed for the author. 1812                   1816, and now prevailing on the Lancaster line.
Fever; Yellow Fever                                             [Philadelphia]. [1817?]
Austin No. 418; 46, [1] p. 19 cm.; "Observations upon           Common Cold
the medicine recommended" (with descriptions of the             Austin No. 423; 16 p. 23 cm.; Caption title; Signed at
plants) : p. 32-45; DNLM, MBM, MWA.                             end: J. Carver, V[eterinary] S[urgeon]; Includes an
   Reel: 23                                                     allusion (p. 6-7) to the author's work in India treating
                                                                sheep "by inoculation with vaccine virus," an account
Carter, G[eorge].                                               of which he transmitted to G. W. P. Custis who
    A physiological essay on yellow fever, with some            (according to Carver) published it in a small pamphlet;
critical notes and useful observations.                         DNLM, PPAmP.
Charleston, J. J. Negrin. 1806                                      Reel: 23
Yellow Fever
Austin No. 420; ii, 40 p., 11 (errata); 19 cm.;                 Carver, James.
NNNAM.                                                             Veterinary science.
    Reel: 23                                                    Brooklyn, A. Spooner. 1816
                                                                Veterinary Medicine
[Carter, George].                                               Austin No. 424; Being an address to the gentlemen,
   An essay on fevers; particularly on the fever lately         farmers and graziers of Long Island, shewing in a brief
so rife in Charleston, South-Carolina; together with            view the importance of introducing this branch of
some useful remarks on the symptoms attendant                   domestic science, with a view of ameliorating the
thereon, and a mode laid down towards the curative              diseases of that noble animal the horse, and
part.                                                           quadrupeds in general 32 p. 21 cm.; Caption title:
Charleston, Printed by W. P. Harrison & Co. 1796                Carver's repository, forge and horse infirmary; DNLM
Fever; Yellow Fever                                             (imperfect copy), NNNAM.
Austin No. 419; [4], 23 p. 12 mo.; Evans 30167;                    Reel: 23
NNNAM, *ScC.
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Carver, William.                                                Cathrall, Isaac, 1764-1819.
   The practical horse farrier; or, The traveller's                 A medical sketch of the synochus maligna, or
pocket companion.                                               malignant contagious fever; as it lately appeared in the
Norristown, Pa., David Sower. June, 1818                        city of Philadelphia: to which is added, some account
Horse Diseases                                                  of the morbid appearances observed after death, on
Austin No. 426; Shewing the best method to preserve             dissection.
the horse in health; and, likewise, the cure of the most        Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1794
prominent diseases to which this noble animal is                Yellow Fever
subject, in the United States of America; The whole             Austin No. 432; vi (i.e. viii), 72 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans
being the result of nearly forty years' experience, with        26747; *DLC, NHi, NNNAM, PP, PPC, PPL.
an extensive practice ...; 111, [1] p. 18 cm.; First                Reel: 24
published in Philadelphia in the same year; DNLM.
   Reel: 23                                                     Cathrall, Isaac, 1764-1819.
                                                                    Memoir on the analysis of the black vomit, ejected
Carver, William.                                                in the last stage of the yellow fever.
    Practical horse farrier; or, The traveller's pocket         Philadelphia, R. Folwell. 1800
companion.                                                      Yellow Fever
Philadelphia, M'Carty & Davis. 1820                             Austin No. 434; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 37110; "Read
Horse Diseases                                                  before the American Philosophical Society, on the
Austin No. 428; Shewing the best method to preserve             20th of June, 1800."; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
the horse in health; and likewise the cure of the most          NHi, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
prominent diseases to which this noble animal is                    Reel: 24
subject, in the United States of America The whole
being the result of nearly forty years' experience, with        Chalmers, Lionel, 1715-1777.
an extensive practice ... 2d ed., much enlarged ...; 251            An essay on fevers; more particularly those of the
p. incl. 3 plates. 18 cm.; First published in                   common continued and inflammatory sorts.
Philadelphia in 1818; Includes 14 additional chapters           Charlestown, Robert Wells. 1767
and a new appendix (p. [191]-246) and "Conclusion.";            Fever
"Advice to the purchasers of horses (by Dr. Bracken)"           Austin No. 435; To which is added, an essay on the
(p. 191-234) is apparently wrongly attributed to Henry          crises of those disorders; 86 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans 10575;
Bracken; it appeared anonymously in London in 1766              *CtY-M, PPAmP.
and later and in America in 1775 and 1777 under title :             Reel: 24
Ten minutes advice to every gentleman going to
purchase a horse; DLC, DNLM.                                    Chalwill, William G.
    Reel: 24                                                       A dissertation on the sources of malignant bilious,
                                                                or yellow fever, and means of preventing it.
Cary, Samuel.                                                   Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1799
    An address to the members of the Merrimack                  Yellow Fever
Humane Society, at their annual meeting in                      Austin No. 436; 31 p. 21 cm.; Evans 35291;
Newburyport, Sept. 2, 1806.                                     Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
Newburyport, Edmund M. Blunt. 1806                              MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
Austin No. 429; 42, [4] p. 22 cm.; List of members [4]          PU.
p. at end; NNNAM.                                                  Reel: 24
    Reel: 24
                                                                Chamberlin, Samuel.
Cathrall, Isaac, 1764-1819.                                         Auxiliary to health.
    A medical sketch of the synochus maligna, or                Buckstown (Me.) Printed for the patentee, Boston.
malignant contagious fever; as appeared in the city of          1807
Philadelphia: to which is added some account of the             Drugs, Non-Prescription
morbid appearances observed after death, on                     Austin No. 439; Description, use, and
dissection.                                                     recommendations of Chamberlin's patent bilious
Philadelphia, Richard Folwell. 1796                             cordial; With directions and use of many other
Yellow Fever                                                    compounds; The 4th ed.; 60 p. 21 cm.; "To the public"
Austin No. 433; With an appendix ...; vi (i.e. viii), 94        (p. [3]-10) signed : Samuel Chamberlin; DNLM,
p. 19.5 cm.; Evans 30171; MBM, *NNNAM, PPAmP,                   MBM, MWA.
PPC, PPL.                                                           Reel: 24
    Reel: 24
                                                                Chambers, Henry, ca. 1785 -1826.
                                                                   A dissertation on dropsy.
                                                                Philadelphia, Printed for the author, Fry and
                                                                Kammerer, printers. 1811
                                                                Edema
                                                                Austin No. 440; 22 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM.
                                                                   Reel: 24

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Champneys, Benjamin.                                            Chapman, Nathaniel, 1780-1853.
   An inaugural dissertation on the dysentery.                     An essay on the canine state of fever.
Bridge-town, (West) New-Jersey, John Westcott, Jun.             Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh
1805                                                            Maxwell. 1801
Dysentery                                                       Dog Diseases; Edema; Rabies
Austin No. 441; 34 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             Austin No. 445; [4], 68 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi,                     of Pennsylvania; Supports Benjamin Rush's theory of
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                            the pathology of the disease (set forth in his
   Reel: 24                                                     Observations on the nature and cure of the
                                                                hydrophobia, in his Medical inquiries, 1704-98, v. 5)
[Channing, Walter] 1786-1876.                                   which was controverted by James Mease in the latter's
   Remarks on the employment of females as                      Observations on the arguments of Professor Rush, in
practitioners in midwifery.                                     favour of the inflammatory nature of the disease
Boston, Cummings and Hilliard. 1820                             produced by the bite of a mad dog (Philadelphia,
Edema; Midwifery                                                1801); Cf. Introd; Author's autograph presentation
Austin No. 442; By a physician; 22 p. 24 cm.;                   copy, with corrections (including cancellation of four
Ascribed to Walter Channing in Halkett and Laing;               lines of text on p. 17) apparently in his own hand;
DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M (ascribes to John Ware),                   DLC, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP,
MWA, NNNAM.                                                     PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
   Reel: 24                                                        Reel: 24

Chapman, Nathaniel, 1780-1853.                                  Charleston Dispensary.
   Correspondence between Mr. Granville Sharp                      The physicians of the Charleston Dispensary, to the
Pattison and Dr. N. Chapman.                                    patients of that institution.
[Philadelphia?]. [1820]                                         [Charleston]. [1802]
Edema; Writing                                                  Edema; Smallpox
Austin No. 443; 16 p. 23 cm.; Contains Chapman's                Austin No. 446; The smallpox is now so prevalent,
explanation (p. 5-16) of his stand in a mainly personal         that danger is to be apprehended by all those who have
controversy with Pattison; The correspondence (p.               no security against it. Broadside. 33.8 x 12.5 cm.;
[3]-5) dates from Oct. 12 to Oct. 20, 1820; DLC,                Signed at end by David Ramsay [and others]
DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM,                               Charleston, May 3, 1802; PPL.
PPAmP, PPL, PU.                                                    Reel: 24
   Reel: 24
                                                                Charlestown (Mass.). Massachusetts General
Chapman, Nathaniel, 1780-1853.                                  Hospital. Asylum for the Insane.
   Discourses on the elements of therapeutics and                   Rules and regulations for admission of boarders.
materia medica.                                                 [Boston]. [1818?]
Philadelphia, Published by James Webster; W.                    Edema; Hospitals, Psychiatric
Brown, printer. 1817-19                                         Austin No. 448; [3] p. 24 cm.; Caption title; At head of
Edema; Pharmacology; Therapeutics                               title: Massachusetts General Hospital; Asylum for the
Austin No. 444; 2 v. 22 cm.; The author's lectures,             Insane; These are apparently the rules adopted by the
delivered when he was professor of materia medica at            trustees on Sept. 1, 1818, and ordered to be printed;
the University of Pennsylvania, printed "in the state in        Cf. N. I. Bowditch, A history of the Massachusetts
which they were read.";--Pref; Later editions were              General Hospital, 1872, p. 45-46; The asylum was
published under title: Elements of therapeutics and             opened in Charlestown on Oct. 6, 1818; "Application
materia medica; The first two discourses (v. 1, p.              for discharge" (form) : p. [3] DNLM.
[1]-39) are on the history and improvement of the                   Reel: 24
materia medica; "Errata" for both vols. on verso of leaf
bound in at end of text, v. 2; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,               Cheesman, John Cummings, 1788-1862.
IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,                             An inaugural dissertation on the medical properties
NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPHa, (vol. 1), PPL (vol. 2).                  of gold.
   Reel: 24                                                     New-York, Collins and Co. [1812]
                                                                Edema; Gold
                                                                Austin No. 450; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Queen's
                                                                College, New Jersey; Preliminary matter includes the
                                                                author's acknowledgment "To the governors of the
                                                                New-York Hospital."; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
                                                                MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPL.
                                                                   Reel: 24




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Cheever, Abijah, 1760-1843.                                     Cheyne, John, 1777-1836.
    History of a case, of incisted dropsy; with a                  An essay on hydrocephalus acutus, or dropsy in the
dissection of the several cysts: as communicated to the         brain.
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Jan. 31,                 Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley, Merritt,
1787.                                                           printer. 1814
Boston. [1794]                                                  Brain Edema
Edema                                                           Austin No. 457; 201 p. 19 cm.; Reissued by the same
Austin No. 451; 14, [1] p. fold. col. Plate. 17 cm.;            publisher in 1814 as essay III in v. 2 of the author's
Evans 26763; The author states on p. [3] that another           Essays on the diseases of children; CtY-M, DNLM,
member of the Academy to whom he gave a copy of                 IU-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, OClM.
his paper, had it printed under his own name in the                Reel: 25
Memoirs of the Medical Society of London; The
communication, dated 1788, appears under the name               Cheyne, John, 1777-1836.
of Amos Winship as article 32 in v. 2 of the Memoirs;              An essay on the bowel complaints of children,
It differs from the present version; DNLM, MBM,                 more immediately connected with the biliary
MWA.                                                            secretion, and particularly of atrophia ablactatorum, or
    Reel: 24                                                    weaning brash.
                                                                Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley; sold also
Cheselden, William, 1688-1752.                                  by Bradford and Read, Boston; [etc., etc.], William
   Anatomical tables of the human body.                         Fry, printer. 1813
Boston, Printed by Manning and Loring, for David                Intestinal Diseases
West. 1796                                                      Austin No. 458; [3], 6-111 p. 1 illus. 19 cm.; Reissued
Anatomy                                                         by the same publisher in 1814 as essay II in v. 1 of the
Austin No. 452; 46 p. 40 plates. 22 cm.; Evans 30186;           author's Essays on the diseases of children; CU-M,
A separate edition of the plates and tables of the              CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
author's Anatomy of the human body; Evans lists also            MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPL, PU.
a Boston 1705 edition of the tables (28414); No copy               Reel: 25
located; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM,
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM,                          Cheyne, John, 1777-1836.
PPC, PPHa, PU.                                                     Essays on the diseases of children, with cases and
   Reel: 24                                                     dissections.
                                                                Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley, Merritt,
Cheselden, William, 1688-1752.                                  printer. 1814
   The anatomy of the human body.                               Pediatrics
Boston, Printed by Manning & Loring, for J. White               Austin No. 459; 2 v. 1 illus. 19 cm.; Essay I was
[etc.]. 1795                                                    printed by T. Towne, and essay II by William Fry; The
Anatomy                                                         three essays are reissues of Finley's separate editions;
Austin No. 453; 1st American ed.; [2], v. [1], 350 p. 40        each has special title page (the first two dated 1813)
plates. 22 cm.; Evans 28413; First published in                 and separate paging; They had appeared in Edinburgh,
London in 1713; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                    1801-08, both separately and as a two-volume
ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,                         collection; DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MdBJ-W,
PPHa, PPJ, RPJCB.                                               NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
   Reel: 25                                                        Reel: 25

Cheyne, George, 1671-1743.                                      Chisholm, Colin, 1755-1825.
  An essay on health and long life.                                 An essay on the malignant pestilential fever
New-York, Edward Gillespy. 1813                                 introduced into the West Indian islands from Boullam,
Health; Longevity                                               on the coast of Guinea, as it appeared in 1793 and
Austin No. 455; 192 p. 19 cm.; *DLC, MWA,                       1794.
MdU-D.                                                          Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1799
  Reel: 25                                                      Yellow Fever
                                                                Austin No. 460; To which is annexed, a description of
Cheyne, John, 1777-1836.                                        the American yellow fever, which prevailed at
   An essay on cynanche trachealis, or croup.                   Charleston in 1748, in a letter from Dr. John Lining;
Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley; sold also            xvi, 308 p. 22 cm.; Evans 35302; A page-for-page
by Bradford and Read, Boston; [etc., etc.]. 1813                reprint of the London edition of 1795, to which is here
Laryngitis                                                      added (p. [281]-308) Dr. Lining's "A description of the
Austin No. 456; 110 p. 21 cm.; Reissued by the same             American yellow fever, in a letter ... to Dr. Robert
publisher in 1814 as essay I in v. 1 of the author's            Whytt."; This letter was issued separately by the same
Essays on the diseases of children; CtY-M, DLC,                 Philadelphia publisher in 1799; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, PU.                          ICJ, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi,
   Reel: 25                                                     NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC.
                                                                    Reel: 25



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Chisolm, Robert, fl. 1796.                                       Claiborne, Devereux Jarratt, d. 1871.
   An inaugural dissertation on the hydrocephalus                   An inaugural essay on the use of artificial drains, in
internus, or internal dropsy of the brain.                       the prevention and cure of disease.
Philadelphia, Ormrod & Conrad. 1796                              Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stites [i.e. Stiles]. 1806
Brain Edema                                                      Drainage
Austin No. 461; [6], 18 p. 21 cm.; Evans 30191;                  Austin No. 466; 31 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Dic, DNLM,                   Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC,
MWA, NNNAM, PPC.                                                 NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 25                                                         Reel: 26
Church, James.                                                   Claiborne, John. d. 1808.
     The efficacy of Dr. Church's cough drops,                      An inaugural essay on scurvy.
demonstrated in the cure of coughs, colds, asthmas &             Philadelphia, Stephen C. Ustick. 1798
consumptions, invented and prepared by James                     Scurvy
Church.                                                          Austin No. 467; 43 p. 21 cm.; Evans 33518;
New-York, Printed for the proprietor, by G. and R.               Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
Waite. 1799                                                      MBM, MWA, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                             Reel: 26
Austin No. 462; Illustrated with many remarkable and
authentic facts; To which is added, important                    Clark, David W.
information to the afflicted with rheumatism, lumbago                Clinical remarks on fever accompanied with
... scurvy &c. ...; 24 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans 35305; *DLC,           petechiae, typhus, and eruptive states of the system, as
RPJCB.                                                           it appeared in Gilmanton and vicinity, in the year
     Reel: 25                                                    1813.
                                                                 Concord, George Hough. 1814
Church, James.                                                   Purpura; Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne
   Important information to the afflicted with                   Austin No. 468; By David W. Clark and William
rheumatisms, coughs and colds, gout, asthmas, itch,              Tenney; 24 p. 15 cm.; CtY-M, MBM, *NNNAM.
bruises, head-ache, corns, worms, chilblains or local                Reel: 26
pains, frozen feet, palsy ... and most disorders incident
to human nature.                                                 Clark, James.
[New York] Printed for the author, by G. and R.                     A treatise on the prevention of diseases incidental
Waite. 1800                                                      to horses.
Common Cold; Gout; Rheumatism                                    Philadelphia, William Spotswood. 1791
Austin No. 463; 31, [1] p. 17 cm.; Evans 37181;                  Horse Diseases
Includes advertising of medicines for sale by the                Austin No. 469; To which are subjoined, observations
author; Announcement of the author's The family                  on some of the surgical and medical branches of
physician : p. [32]; DNLM, NHi.                                  farriery ... From the 2d Edinburgh ed., corr. and enl.;
   Reel: 25                                                      xvi, 208, (4) p. 17.5 cm.; Evans 23262; (4) p. at end:
                                                                 Books printed and sold by William Spotswood,
Church, John, 1774-1809.                                         Philadelphia; MWA.
   An inaugural dissertation on camphor.                            Reel: 26
Philadelphia, John Thompson. 1797
Camphor                                                          Clark, Micajah, 1787?-1849.
Austin No. 464; 70 p. 19 cm.; Evans 31935;                          An inaugural dissertation on lithotomy.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                  Philadelphia, Jane Aitken. 1811
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,                          Cholecystectomy
PPL, PU.                                                         Austin No. 470; 29 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--University of
   Reel: 26                                                      Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
                                                                 PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Claggett, Horatio, 1793-1858.                                       Reel: 26
   An inaugural dissertation on cynanche trachealis,
or croup.                                                        [Clark, Thaddeus].
Baltimore, From the University Press of Sergeant                    An account of a remarkable case of the tetanus.
Hall. 1814                                                       Norwich [Conn.] Printed by Thomas Hubbard. 1794
Laryngitis                                                       Tetanus
Austin No. 465; [2], 27 p. 21 cm.; The title page is on a        Austin No. 471; 30 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26535?; CtY-M.
stub, and is probably a cancel; Thesis--University of               Reel: 26
Maryland; DNLM.
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Clark, Thaddeus.                                               Clater, Francis, 1756-1823.
    A treatise on the scarlatina anginosa; with an                Everyman his own cattle doctor; or, A practical
appendix, containing observations on the practice with         treatise on the diseases of horned cattle.
salt and vinegar.                                              Albany [N.Y.]. 1817
Norwich [Conn.] Thomas Hubbard. 1795                           Cattle Diseases; Veterinary Medicine
Scarlet Fever                                                  Austin No. 479; 191 p. 17.5 cm.; MWA.
Austin No. 472; 48 p. 17 cm.; Evans 28421; CtY-M,                 Reel: 26
DNLM, RPJCB (copy incomplete).
    Reel: 26                                                   Cleaver, Isaac.
                                                                   An inaugural dissertation on cataract.
Clarke, Adam, 1760?-1832.                                      Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Thomas T.
    A dissertation on the use and abuse of tobacco,            Stiles. 1805
wherein the advantages and disadvantages attending             Cataract
the consumption of that entertaining weed, are                 Austin No. 480; 52 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
particularly considered. Humbly addressed to all               Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MH-M, MWA,
tobacco consumers, but especially those among                  NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
religious people.                                                  Reel: 26
Burlington, N.J., David Allinson & Co. 1812
Nicotine; Tobacco                                              Cleghorn, George, 1716-1789.
Austin No. 473; 1st American ed., with additions and              Observations on the epidemical diseases of
improvements ...; 24 p. 21 cm.; Apparently reprinted           Minorca.
from the second London edition, published in 1798;             Philadelphia, Printed for F. Nichols. Fry and
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MWiW.                                Kammerer, printers. 1809
    Reel: 26                                                   Disease Outbreaks
                                                               Austin No. 481; From the year 1744 to 1749; To
Clarke, John, 1755-1798.                                       which is prefixed a short account of the climate,
   A discourse, delivered at the First Church in               productions, inhabitants, and endemial distempers of
Boston, 19th April, A.D. 1795, the Lord's-day after the        Minorca ... With notes by Benjamin Rush ...; xviii,
interment of Nathaniel W. Appleton, M.D.                       184 p. 19 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM,
Boston, Samuel Hall. 1796                                      MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, OClM, PHi,
Austin No. 477; 22, [1] p. 22 cm.; Evans 30199;                PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
Includes (p. [23]) a "character" of Dr. Appleton,                 Reel: 26
published in the Columbian centinel, April 18, 1795;
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, RPJCB.                             Clendinen, Alexander, 1786?-1861.
   Reel: 26                                                       An inaugural essay on the surgery of the dislocated
                                                               shoulder joint.
Clarke, John, 1755-1798.                                       Baltimore, Ralph W. Pomeroy, & Co. 1815
    A discourse, delivered before the Humane Society           Shoulder Joint
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at the                   Austin No. 483; 52 p. plate. 21 cm.;
semi-annual meeting, eleventh of June, 1793.                   Thesis--University of Maryland; Appendix (p.
Boston, Printed at the Apollo Press by Belknap and             [49]-52) pertaining to "a case of luxated shoulder
Hall. 1793                                                     joint" was added after the essay was written; DLC,
Austin No. 476; 36 p. 23 cm.; Evans 25303; Treats of           DNLM, PPC.
the purpose and work of the Society; DLC, DNLM,                   Reel: 26
ICJ, MBM (copy incomplete), MWA, NHi, NNNAM,
PPL.                                                           Cock, Thomas, 1782-1869.
    Reel: 26                                                     An inaugural dissertation on respiration.
                                                               New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1805
Clater, Francis, 1756-1823.                                    Respiration
    Every man his own cattle doctor; or, A practical           Austin No. 484; 33 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
treatise on the diseases of horned cattle: being a             College; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,
concise and familiar description of all the diseases           NNNAM, NNS, PPC.
incident to oxen, cows, and sheep; with the most                 Reel: 26
simple and effectual method of curing each disorder,
in all its various stages; and the most efficacious            Cocke, Charles.
treatment of cows, before, at and after the time of               An inaugural dissertation, being an attempt to
calving; and also of ewes during the lambing season.           prove the identity of gout and rheumatism.
Philadelphia, Abm. Small. 1815                                 Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1806
Cattle Diseases; Veterinary Medicine                           Gout; Rheumatism
Austin No. 478; 256, [7] p. 19 cm.; Previously                 Austin No. 485; 38 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
published in London in 1810; DLC, DNLM, MWA.                   Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
    Reel: 26                                                   NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
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Cocke, James, 1780-1813.                                      Coffin, John Gorham, 1770-1829.
    An attempt to ascertain the cause of extensive                Remarks on the preservation of the teeth, with
inflammation, which attacks wounded cavities and              directions for using Charles White's absorbent tooth
their contents.                                               powder.
Philadelphia, From the press of the late R. Aitken, by        [Boston, Rowe & Hooper]. [1816]
Jane Aitken. 1804                                             Dentifrices
Inflammation                                                  Austin No. 491; 7 p. 15 cm.; Caption title; "These
Austin No. 486; 36 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of           remarks and directions were written by a medical
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                     friend, who has paid much attention to the teeth ...
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                              [Signed] C. W." [i.e. Charles White];
    Reel: 26                                                  "Recommendation of the dentifrice" (p. 6-7) signed :
                                                              John G. Coffin, M.D.; Benj. James, M.M.S.S. Boston,
Cocke, John.                                                  April, 1816; DNLM.
    Observations on jaundice; published as an                     Reel: 26
inaugural essay.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Thomas T.             [Colden, Cadwallader] 1688-1776.
Stiles. 1805                                                      An Abstract from Dr. Berkley's [sic] Treatise on
Jaundice                                                      tar-water, with some reflexions thereon.
Austin No. 487; 16 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of           New-York, J. Parker. 1745
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, PHi,                     Balneology; Mineral Waters
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                          Austin No. 492; Adapted to diseases frequent in
    Reel: 26                                                  America; By a Friend to the Country; [2], 18, [1] p. 15
                                                              cm.; Evans 5539 (under Berkeley, George);
Cocke, William.                                               Authorship attributed to Colden by Dr. Saul Jarcho
   An inaugural dissertation on tetanus.                      (N.Y. State J. of Med., 1955, 55 : 834-840); NN.
Philadelphia, R. Aitken. 1798                                     Reel: 26
Tetanus
Austin No. 488; [4], 29 p. 20 cm.; Evans 33530;               Colesberry, Henry, d. 1849.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                  Tentamen medicum inaugurale, de epilepsia.
MBM, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.                                     Wilmingtonii, Apud Brynberg et Andrews. 1792
   Reel: 26                                                   Epilepsy
                                                              Austin No. 493; 28 p. 20 cm.; Evans 24198 (E typis
Coffin, John Gorham, 1770-1829.                               Brynberg et Andrews); Thesis--University of
   An address delivered before the contributors of the        Pennsylvania; DNLM, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU.
Boston Dispensary, at their seventeenth anniversary,             Reel: 26
October 21, 1813.
Boston, John Eliot. 1813                                      College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
Austin No. 489; 22 p. 22 cm.; An account of the origin            Additional facts and observations relative to the
and history of the Boston Dispensary; Appendix (p.            nature and origin of the pestilential fever.
[19]-22) includes officers of the Boston Dispensary,          Philadelphia, Printed by A. Bartram, for Thomas
elected at the annual meeting October 14, 1813, and           Dobson. 1806
names of present and past consulting and attending            Yellow Fever
physicians; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC,                         Austin No. 494; [4], 99 p. 21 cm.; Largely letters from
NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                                              physicians to support the theory of the College that
   Reel: 26                                                   yellow fever came to Philadelphia from the West
                                                              Indies; Supplements the College's Facts and
Coffin, John Gorham, 1770-1829.                               observations relative to the nature and origin of the
    Discourses on cold and warm bathing; with                 pestilential fever which prevailed in this city in 1793,
remarks on the effects of drinking cold water in warm         1797, and 1798; "An account of the rise and progress
weather.                                                      of the fever, which prevailed in Southwark, during
Boston, John Eliot. 1818                                      part of the summer and autumn of the present year,
Balneology                                                    1805; By Doctor William Currie" : p. 85-99; DNLM,
Austin No. 490; 75 p. 19 cm.; Lectures given in               IEN-M, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PP, PPC, PPL, PU.
different places, and published "with very little                 Reel: 26
addition or alteration."; Bibliography (p. 4) included
in the author's "Advertisement."; CtY-M, DNLM,
MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
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College of Physicians of Philadelphia.                           College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
   The charter, constitution and bye laws of the                     Proceedings of the College of Physicians of
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.                           Philadelphia, relative to the prevention of the
Philadelphia, Zachariah Poulson, Jun. 1790                       introduction and spreading of contagious diseases.
Societies, Medical                                               Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1798
Austin No. 495; Instituted in MDCCLXXXVII; 15 p.                 Communicable Diseases
18 cm.; Evans 22794; Includes "An act [by the                    Austin No. 498; [4], 37 p. 20 cm.; Evans 34356;
General Assembly of the Commonwealth of                          Largely extracts from the minutes, correspondence
Pennsylvania] for the incorporation of the College of            (chiefly with Thomas Mifflin, governor of
Physicians of Philadelphia" (p. [3]-6) dated March 26,           Pennsylvania) and other documents, from Aug. 25,
1789; "Constitution ... as revised and agreed upon,"             1793 to Dec. 26, 1797, which recommend preventive
April 1, 1788 : p. [7]-10; The Constitution in its               measures, quarantine regulations, etc., and set forth
original form had been published in The American                 the opinion of the College that yellow fever was
Museum, v. 2, p. 405-407, Oct. 1787; DNLM, MWA,                  imported into Philadelphia from the West Indies;
NHi, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.                      Includes two memorials of the College (p. 9-11;
   Reel: 26                                                      27-30) regarding health legislation, addressed to the
                                                                 Pennsylvania legislature, dated Jan. 26, 1795 and Dec.
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.                           5, 1797; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi,
    The Charter, constitution and by-laws of the                 NNC, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.                               Reel: 27
Philadelphia, William Fry. 1818
Societies, Medical                                               Colles, Abraham, 1773-1843.
Austin No. 496; Instituted, MDCCLXXXVII; 20 p. 16                   A treatise on surgical anatomy.
cm.; Contents similar to those of the editions of 1790,          Philadelphia, J. Maxwell. 1820
including the act of 1789 (p. [3]-7) incorporating the           Anatomy
College, and its constitution (p. [8]-13) "with the              Austin No. 500; Part the first ...; 179 p. 22 cm.; No
alterations made, May 7, 1793 ; June 4, 1799 ;                   more published; An elementary treatise, written for
December 1, 1801 ; and June 2, 1807."; List of                   the author's students; Apparently reprinted from the
officers, fellows, associates, and deceased members              Dublin edition of 1811; Includes "An address to the
(Apr. 7, 1818) : p. 12-13; DNLM, MBM, PPAmP,                     pupils of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, on
PPC, PU.                                                         the preparatory education necessary for the surgical
    Reel: 27                                                     student" (p. [7]-17) and "Plan of study to be pursued
                                                                 by the surgical pupil" (p. [18]-29); CU-M, CtY-M,
College of Physicians of Philadelphia.                           DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC,
    Facts and observations relative to the nature and            NNNAM, OClM, PPC, ScCM.
origin of the pestilential fever, which prevailed in this           Reel: 27
city, in 1793, 1797, and 1798.
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1798                                Collins & Co.
Yellow Fever                                                        Catalogue of books; in medicine, surgery,
Austin No. 497; 52 p. 22 cm.; Evans 34355; Presents              anatomy, physiology, the veterinary art, ... for sale.
"a concise detail" of the College's proceedings during           [New York]. [1817]
the epidemics and an explanation of their views on the           Austin No. 501; 40 p. 20.5 cm.; NNNAM.
foreign origin of the disease and on the proper                     Reel: 27
preventive measures; Cf. p. [3] Early in 1798 the
College had published minutes, correspondence, and               Collins and Perkins, firm, publishers, New York.
other documents in its Proceedings relative to the                  Catalogue of books; in medicine, surgery,
prevention of the introduction and spreading of                  anatomy, physiology, the veterinary art, chemistry,
contagious diseases; "Appendix. Proofs and                       mineralogy, botany, and in other branches of natural
illustrations": p. [29]-52; Three of the letters included        history.
are dated Dec. 26, 1798; This and the date Dec. 24,              [New York]. [1809]
1798, when the main work was ordered to be printed               Bibliography of Medicine
(cf. p. 27) suggest that the complete work may not               Austin No. 502; for sale by Collins & Perkins ...; 32 p.
actually have been issued until early in 1799; CtY-M,            22 cm.; Caption title; DNLM, NNNAM.
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, MnSRM,                             Reel: 27
NHi, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC,
PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.
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Collins and Perkins, firm, publishers, New York.                  The Complete pocket farrier: wherein is contained
   Mitchill and Miller's Repository & review of                   almost every disorder to which American horses are
medical, surgical, and scientific knowledge, as                   incident to: with proper directions how to perfect the
published periodically during the last twelve years, in           cures.
New York, by T. & J. Swords; but now transferred to               Frederick-Town, Matthias Bartgis. [1801?]
Collins & Perkins.                                                Horse Diseases; Veterinary Medicine
[Publisher's announcement] [New York]. [1809]                     Austin No. 509; To which is added, an appendix,
Bibliography of Medicine                                          containing directions for the management of cows,
Austin No. 503; 7, [1] p. 22 cm.; Caption title;                  sheep, and hogs, &c. &c.; 58, ii p. 15.5 cm.; MdHi.
Includes contents of hexades 1-2, 1797-1809;                         Reel: 27
Publisher's advertising of medical books : p. [8];
DNLM.                                                             Comstock, Joseph.
   Reel: 27                                                          Remarks on febrile diseases, with a definition of
                                                                  fever: in a discourse read before the Medical Society
Colman, Benjamin, 1673-1747.                                      of Rhode-Island, at their third anniversary, September,
    Some observations on the new method of receiving              A.D. 1814.
the small-pox by ingrafting or inoculating.                       Providence, Miller, Goddard & Mann. 1814
Boston, Printed by B. Green for Samuel Gerrish. 1721              Fever
Smallpox Vaccine                                                  Austin No. 510; 19 p. 23 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM,
Austin No. 504; By Mr. Colman; Containing also the                MWA, NNNAM.
reasons, which first induc'd him to, and have since                  Reel: 27
confirm'd him in, his favourable opinion of it; [4], 16
p. 17 cm.; Evans 2211; Published in London and in                 Concise observations on the nature of our common
Dublin in 1722 under title: A narrative of the method             food, so far as it tends to promote or injure health; with
and success of inoculating the small pox in New                   remarks on water, bread, meat ... &c., &c.
England; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,                            London, Printed; New-York, Re-printed by T. and J.
RPJCB.                                                            Swords, for Berry and Rogers. 1790
    Reel: 27                                                      Diet; Food; Nutrition
                                                                  Austin No. 511; To which are prefixed, general rules
Colman, Henry, 1785-1849.                                         for a course of diet; By a gentleman of the faculty...;
    A discourse delivered in the Chapel Church,                   38, 9 p. Evans 22563; (Entry: Hayes, Thomas?); The
Boston, before the Humane Society of Massachusetts,               London edition appeared in 1787; Advertising by
9 June, 1812.                                                     Berry and Rogers: 9 p. at end; DNLM (microfilm
Boston, John Eliot, Jun. 1812                                     copy), MWA.
Austin No. 505; 32 p. 20 cm.; On the general benefits                Reel: 27
of the Society; DLC, MBM, *MWA, PPL.
    Reel: 27                                                      Condict, Lewis, 1773-1862.
                                                                     An inaugural dissertation on the effects of
Columbia (S.C.). Medical Board.                                   contagion upon the human body.
    By laws for the regulation of the Medical Board of            Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1794
Columbia, constituted in conformity with the act of               Communicable Diseases
the Legislature, of South-Carolina, for regulating the            Austin No. 514; Being an attempt to ascertain its mode
licensing of physicians to practice physic, and for               of operation, with a few observations on the proper
other purposes therein mentioned, passed December                 method of preventing and curing febrile contagious
18, 1817.                                                         diseases...; 26 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26802;
Columbia, Daniel Faust. 1818                                      Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
Societies, Medical                                                MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 507; 8 p. 21 cm.; ScU.                                    Reel: 27
    Reel: 27
                                                                  Condie, David Francis, 1796-1875.
The Complete farrier, or, Gentleman's travelling                     A course of examinations on anatomy and
companion.                                                        physiology, surgery, chemistry, materia medica,
Philadelphia, Bradford and Inskeep. 1809                          midwifery, and the practice of medicine, adapted to
Horse Diseases                                                    the University of Pennsylvania, and the other medical
Austin No. 508; vi p., 11., [10] p., 11., 248 p. 2 plates,        schools in the United States.
18 cm.; MWA.                                                      Philadelphia, Published by J. Webster; William
   Reel: 27                                                       Brown, printer. 1818
                                                                  Anatomy; Medicine; Pharmacology; Physiology
                                                                  Austin No. 515; [6], 152, [8], p. 15 cm.; Text consists
                                                                  of questions with answers; "Errata": p. [153];
                                                                  "Medical books [for sale by] James Webster": p.
                                                                  [154-160]; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC,
                                                                  NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PU.
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Condie, Thomas.                                                   Connecticut. Governor.
    History of the pestilence, commonly called yellow                 By the Honourable Jonathan Trumbull, Esquire ...
fever, which almost desolated Philadelphia in the                 to the commanding officer of the [sixteenth] Regiment
months of August, September & October, 1798.                      of Militia in said State ... should any apprehend danger
Philadelphia, R. Folwell. [1799]                                  of taking the small-pox ... none who have had it shall
Yellow Fever                                                      march further than Peck's-Kill.
Austin No. 516; By Thomas Condie & Richard                        [Lebanon, Conn.]. 1777
Folwell; 108, xxxii, [67] p. 22 cm.; Evans 35335; A               Smallpox Vaccine
duplicate of the last gathering, a single fold of 2 leaves        Austin No. 518; 11. 21 x 33 cm.; At end: Lebanon, in
(p. [65-67]) is bound in at end; This error apparently            said state, the 17th Day of March, A.D. 1777; [Signed]
resulted in the Evans entry for a supposedly different            Jonathan Trumbull; NNNAM.
issue (no. 35336) with [72] p. at end; "Names of the                  Reel: 27
persons who died in Philadelphia": [67] p. at end;
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,                           Conover, Samuel Forman, d. 1824.
NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                           An inaugural dissertation on sleep and dreams,
PU, RPJCB.                                                        their effects on the faculties of the mind; and the
    Reel: 27                                                      causes of dreams.
                                                                  [Philadelphia] T. Lang. 1791
Connecticut.                                                      Dreams; Sleep
   At a meeting of the Governor and Council, in the               Austin No. 523; 25 p. 20 cm.; Evans 23290;
council-chamber at Middletown, on the 30th day of                 Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DLC, DNLM,
October, A.D. 1794 ... [regarding yellow fever].                  MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
New-Haven, T. & S. Green. [1794]                                     Reel: 27
Yellow Fever
Austin No. 517; Broadside. folio; Evans 26810; CtY.               Contributors to the Asylum for the Relief of
   Reel: 27                                                       Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason.
                                                                     Account of the present state of the Asylum for the
Connecticut Medical Society.                                      Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason.
    The act, incorporating a Medical Society, in the              Published by direction of the Contributors.
state of Connecticut; together with the by-laws and               Philadelphia, W. Brown. 1816
regulations of said Society, and a list of the fellows            Hospitals, Psychiatric
and officers, for the years 1792, and 1793.                       Austin No. 524; 24 p. front 18 cm.; Dated "3d mo.
Published by order of the Society. New-Haven, T. and              30th, 1816."; A previous "Account of the rise and
S. Green. [1794]                                                  progress of the asylum proposed to be established near
Societies, Medical                                                Philadelphia" had appeared in the spring of 1814; The
Austin No. 519; 16 p. 19 cm.; NNNAM.                              asylum was opened near Frankford (now part of
    Reel: 27                                                      Philadelphia) in May 1817: and the first annual report
                                                                  was published in 1818 under title: Further information
Connecticut Medical Society.                                      on the progress of the Asylum; DNLM, NNNAM,
   Revision of the by-laws ... till October 1802.                 PHi.
Middletown, T. & J. B. Dunning. 1802                                 Reel: 27
Societies, Medical
Austin No. 521; 40 p. 21 cm.; The report of a                     Contributors to the Asylum for the Relief of
committee appointed in Oct. 1801, accepted at the                 Persons Deprived of the Use of their Reason.
May 1802 session of the Society; Cf. p. [3]; Includes                 Account of the rise and progress of the asylum,
the original act of incorporation, enacted by the                 proposed to be established, near Philadelphia, for the
General Court of Connecticut in May 1792, with                    relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason;
supplementary enactments dated Oct. 1793, May                     With an abridged account of the Retreat, a similar
1797, and May 1800; and the by-laws, Oct. 1792-Oct.               institution near York, in England.
1801; Fellows, officers, and Committee of                         Philadelphia, Published by Kimber and Conrad,
Examination chosen at the annual convention, Oct. 14,             Merritt, printer. 1814
1801, with the proceedings of that convention and of              Hospitals, Psychiatric
the "adjourned convention" of May 19, 1802 : p. 8-13;             Austin No. 525; 76 p. front. 17 cm.; Includes "Plan of
"Catalogue of the officers, fellows, and examining                an asylum" (originally distributed in December 1812)
committees ... from October 1792 to October 1802                  constitution of the Contributors to the Asylum
[corrected in manuscript to 1801]" : p. [31]-40; Later            (adopted in 1813) list of "Monthly meetings [of the
supplemented by annual additions, paged                           Society of Friends] that have subscribed," list of
consecutively with the main work; CtY-M, DNLM,                    personal contributors, and financial report; The
NNNAM.                                                            asylum was established near Frankford (now part of
   Reel: 27                                                       Philadelphia) and opened in 1817; "Description of the
                                                                  Retreat ... near York ... abridged from the account ...
                                                                  by Samuel Tuke": p. [19]-76; The complete work was
                                                                  published in York in 1813 and was reprinted in
                                                                  Philadelphia in the same year; DLC, DNLM, MWA.
                                                                      Reel: 27

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Cooke, John Esten, 1783-1853.                                   Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.
    An account of the inflammatory bilious fever,                  The first lines of the practice of surgery: being an
which prevailed in the summer and fall of 1804, in the          elementary work for students, and a concise book of
County of Loudoun, Virginia.                                    reference for practitioners.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Thomas T.               Philadelphia, Printed for F. Nichols, by Thomas and
Stiles. 1805                                                    George Palmer. 1808
Yellow Fever                                                    Surgery
Austin No. 526; 27 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             Austin No. 530; xx, 474 p. 9 plates. 23 cm.; Previously
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PHi,                     Published in London in 1807; Contents.--pt. 1.
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                            General surgical subjects.--pt. 2. Particular surgical
    Reel: 27                                                    subjects; "Extract from the Monthly Review, for
                                                                November, 1807": printed slip mounted on flyleaf;
Cooper, Samuel, 1772-1798.                                      CtY-M, DLC, DNLM (copy imperfect), IEN-M,
    A dissertation on the properties and effects of the         MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,
Datura stramonium, or common thorn-apple; and on                OClM, PPC.
its use in medicine.                                               Reel: 28
Philadelphia. Samuel H. Smith. 1797
Stramonium                                                      Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.
Austin No. 527; [2], 58 p. 22 cm.; Evans 31985;                     The first lines of the practice of surgery: being an
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                 elementary work for students, and a concise book of
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                         reference for practitioners.
PU.                                                             Published by Justin Hinds, Charles Spear, printer.
    Reel: 27                                                    1815
                                                                Surgery
Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.                                      Austin No. 531; 2d American, with an appendix, from
    A dictionary of practical surgery, containing a             the 3d London ed Hanover [N.H.]; 463, [1] p. 9 plates.
complete exhibition of the present state of the                 22 cm.; Contents are the same as those of the
principles and practice of surgery, collected from the          Philadelphia edition of 1808, except for the appendix
best and most original sources of information, and              (p. [440]-463) which contains some of the chapters
illustrated by critical remarks.                                apparently added in the 3d London edition of 1813,
Philadelphia, B. & T. Kite [etc.]. 1816                         published under title : The first lines of the practice of
Surgery                                                         surgery : designed as an introduction for students, and
Austin No. 529; With notes and additions, by John               a concise book of reference for practitioners; CtY-M,
Syng Dorsey ... 2d American, from an enl. London                DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, OClM,
ed.; 2 v. 22 cm.; Reprinted from the 2d London edition          PPC, PPL.
of 1813; The editor has retained his notes from the 1st             Reel: 29
American edition (Philadelphia, 1810) and added
others; Cf. Advertisement; CLM (vol. 1), CtY-M,                 Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.
CU-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M,                          A treatise on the diseases of the joints; being the
MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL,                        observations for which the prize for 1806 was
ScCM (vol. 2), ScMS (vol. 1).                                   adjudged by the Royal College of Surgeons in
    Reel: 28                                                    London.
                                                                Boston, Printed for F. Nichols, E. G. House, printer.
Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.                                      1808
    A dictionary of practical surgery: containing a             Joint Disease
complete exhibition of the present state of the                 Austin No. 532; 176 p. 16 cm.; Jacksonian prize essay,
principles and practice of surgery, collected from the          1806; Previously in London in 1807; Includes
best and most original sources of information, and              advertisement (p. [175]-176) of the author's The first
illustrated by critical remarks.                                lines of the practice of surgery, reprinted by F.
Philadelphia, B. & T. Kite. 1810                                Nichols, Philadelphia, 1808; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,
Surgery                                                         IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,
Austin No. 528; With notes and additions, by John               PPC, PPL.
Syng Dorsey ...; 2 v. 23 cm.; A leaf paged 392a/392b               Reel: 29
is inserted in v. 2 between p. 392 and 393; Includes the
author's preface to the London edition of 1809; The             Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839.
Philadelphia edition is unaltered, according to the                A discourse on the connexion between chemistry
editor, except for his comments and additions,                  and medicine.
enclosed in brackets; Cf. Advertisement;                        Philadelphia, Abraham Small. 1818
Bibliographical references at end of principal articles;        Chemistry; Medicine
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M,                         Austin No. 534; Delivered in the University of
MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NjR, OClM, PHi, PPC,                        Pennsylvania, Nov. 5, 1818. [2], 48 p. 22 cm.; DNLM,
PPJ.                                                            ELRCS, IEN-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPC,
    Reel: 28                                                    PPL, PU.
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Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839.                                     Cooper, William, 1694-1743.
    To the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania.             A reply to the objections made against taking the
[Philadelphia]. [1818]                                         small pox in the way of inoculation from principles of
Austin No. 535; sheet. 25 x 20 cm.; A letter of                conscience.
application, dated Aug. 4, 1818, for the chair of              Boston, S. Gerrish [etc.]. 1730
medicine in the Faculty of Medicine of the University          Smallpox Vaccine
of Pennsylvania; Signed: Thomas Cooper, M.D. The               Austin No. 539; In a letter to a friend in the country;
"written testimonies" stated to have been mislaid were         By a minister in Boston ... The 3d impresiion [sic]; [4],
later recovered by the author and published separately;        iv, 14, [2] p. 20 cm.; Evans 3270; Half title: A reply to
Cf. his Papers printed in confirmation of Dr. Cooper's         the religious scruples against inoculating the
claims as a physician (Philadelphia, 1818); DNLM.              small-pox; "To the reader" (dated March 4, 1720-30)
    Reel: 29                                                   signed: W. Cooper; This disproves former attribution
                                                               of the work to Cotton Mather; First published
Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839, ed.                                 anonymously in Boston in 1721 under title: A letter to
    [Papers printed in confirmation of Dr. Cooper's            a friend in the country, attempting a solution of the
claims as a physician].                                        scruples & objections commonly made against the
[Philadelphia, Abraham Small]. [1818]                          new way of receiving the small-pox; The second
Physicians                                                     edition was published in London in 1722 with
Austin No. 536; 8 p. 22 cm.; The papers, dated from            Benjamin Colman's A narrative of the method and
1803 to 1818, were apparently sent to the trustees of          success of inoculating the small-pox in New England;
the University of Pennsylvania in support of Cooper's          Evans incorrectly hypothecates two previous Boston
candidacy for the chair of chemistry in the Faculty of         editions in 1730, which he numbers 3268 and 3269;
Medicine; They include testimonials which Cooper               Published in Edinburgh in 1791 under title: A reply to
stated to have been mislaid in his previously printed          the religious scruples against inoculating the
letter "To the Trustees of the University of                   smallpox; "Postscript ... A scheme of natural
Pennsylvania" (Philadelphia, 1818); Typographical              principles" : p. 14-[16]; DNLM, MBM, MWA,
evidence indicates that Abraham Small was the                  MdBJ-W, NNNAM.
printer; DNLM.                                                     Reel: 29
    Reel: 29
                                                               [Cooper, William] 1694-1743.
Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839, ed.                                     A letter to a friend in the country, attempting a
   Tracts on medical jurisprudence.                            solution of the scruples & objections of a
Philadelphia, Published by James Webster, Thomas               conscientious or religious nature commonly made
Town, printer. 1819                                            against the new way of receiving the small-pox.
Jurisprudence                                                  Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland for S. Gerrish. 1721
Austin No. 537; Including [Samuel] Farr's Elements             Smallpox Vaccine
of medical jurisprudence, [William] Dease's Remarks            Austin No. 538; By a minister in Boston ...; [2], 13 p.
on medical jurisprudence, [G. E.] Male's Epitome of            17 cm.; Evans 2247 (under Mather, Cotton); By
juridical or forensic medicine, and [John] Haslam's            William Cooper, who signed the epistle in the 1730
Treatise on insanity. With a preface, notes, and a             edition; Cf. T. J. Holmes, Cotton Mather, a
digest of the law relating to insanity and nuisance, by        bibliography, Cambridge, 1940, p. 536-537; G. L.
Thomas Cooper… To which is added an appendix,                  Kittredge and others assigned the book to Cotton
containing Erskin's speech for James Hadfield ... an           Mather; Cf. Kittredge's "Some lost works of Cotton
abstract of a report of the trial of Abraham Kessler,          Mather" in Mass. Hist. Soc., Proceedings, v. 45
indicted for poisoning his wife ... and a memoir on the        (1912), p. 430, note 1; Dated Nov. 20, 1721; Reprinted
chromat of pot-ash, as a test for detecting arsenic,           in London in 1722 with Benjamin Colman's A
copper, and corrosive sublimate, by Thomas Cooper,             narrative of the method ... of inoculating the small pox
Esq., read before the Am[erican] Ph[ilosophical]               in New England; Published in Boston in 1730 under
Society, Sep. 18, 1818; [16], 456 p. 23 cm.; CtY-M,            title: A reply to the objections made against taking the
DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA,                       small pox in the way of inoculation from principles of
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC,                     conscience; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, RPJCB.
PPL, PU, ScCM.                                                     Reel: 29
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Copeland, Thomas, 1781-1855.                                  Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566.
    Observations on some of the principal diseases of            Sure and certain methods of attaining a long and
the rectum and anus; particularly stricture of the            healthy life, with means of correcting a bad
rectum, the hemorrhoidal excrescence, and the fistula         constitution.
in ano.                                                       Philadelphia, Re-printed for the Rev. M. L. Weems,
Philadelphia, Published by A. Finley; [etc., etc.] Fry        by Parry Hall. 1793
and Kammerer, printers. 1811                                  Health
Rectal Diseases                                               Austin No. 545; With a recommendatory preface, by
Austin No. 540; 120 p. 17 cm.; Also published in              the Hon. Joseph Addison, Esq.; The first [sic]
London in 1810; Appended: "Catalogue of books in              American edition; 156 p. 14 cm.; Evans 25349;
medicine, surgery, anatomy ... [etc.] for sale by             Addison's preface is taken from "The Spectator" no.
Anthony Finley ... Philadelphia" (20 p.); CtY-M,              195, October 13, 1711; Translation of Discorsi della
DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,                            vita sobria; An earlier American edition of Cornaro's
NNNAM, OClM, PP, PPC, PPJ.                                    work was printed in Portsmouth, N.H., in 1788;
    Reel: 29                                                  "Appendix; Golden rules of health, selected from
                                                              Hippocrates, Plutarch, and several other eminent
Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566.                                    physicians and philosophers": p. [137]-156; DLC,
   Discourses on a sober and temperate life.                  DNLM, ICJ, MWA, MdBJ-W, PHi, PPC.
Boston, Printed by Thomas B. Wait, and Sons, for the             Reel: 29
Proprietor. 1814
Temperance                                                    Cornelison, Abraham.
Austin No. 542; A new edition, corrected...; 90 p. 14            An inaugural dissertation on the pertussis, or
cm.; Running title: A guide to health and long life;          hooping cough.
DLC, IEN-M, *MWA.                                             New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1793
   Reel: 29                                                   Whooping Cough
                                                              Austin No. 546; 25 p. 20 cm.; Evans 25350;
Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566.                                    Thesis--Queen's College, New Jersey; DLC, DNLM,
   Discourses on a sober and temperate life.                  MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, NjR.
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1791                                Reel: 29
Temperance
Austin No. 541; Translated from the Italian original;         Corvisart des Marets, Jean Nicolas, baron,
202 p. 12mo.; Evans 23292; RPJCB.                             1755-1821.
   Reel: 29                                                      An essay on the organic diseases and lesions of the
                                                              heart and great vessels.
Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566.                                    Boston, Bradford & Read, [etc.]. 1812
    Means of obtaining a long and healthy life.               Cardiovascular Diseases
Philadelphia, B. Johnson. 1809                                Austin No. 547; From the clinical lectures of J. N.
Health                                                        Corvisart... Published, under his inspection, by C. E.
Austin No. 543; With notes by Mason L. Weems. To              Horeau ... Translated from the French, with notes, by
which is added The way to wealth; By Dr. Franklin; 90         Jacob Gates; 344 p. 22 cm.; On verso of t. p.: Watson
p. 14.5 cm.; *DLC (copy incomplete), MWA,                     & Bangs, printers; Translated from the author's Essai
NNNAM, PPL.                                                   sur les maladies et les lésions organiques du coeur et
    Reel: 29                                                  des gros vaisseaux; ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M,
                                                              *MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NjR, PPC, ScMS.
Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566.                                       Reel: 29
    The probable way of attaining a long and healthful
life.                                                         Coste, Jean François, 1741-1819.
London, Printed; Portsmouth, Re-printed by George                Compendium pharmaceuticum, militaribus
Jerry Osborne. 1788                                           Gallorum nosocomiis, in orbo novo boreali
Health                                                        adscriptum.
Austin No. 544; 6th ed.; 64 p. 16mo.; Evans 21026;            Newporti [R.I.] Typis Henrici Barber. 1780
*DLC, MWA, RPJCB.                                             Dispensatories
    Reel: 29                                                  Austin No. 549; 16 p. 20 cm.; Evans 16732; Preface
                                                              signed: Coste, Gall. Exerc; Protomed; DNLM,
                                                              NNU-M, RPJCB.
                                                                 Reel: 30

                                                              Coudon, James.
                                                                 An inaugural essay on eclampsia or puerperal
                                                              convulsions.
                                                              Baltimore, Sergeant Hall. 1813
                                                              Eclampsia; Puerperal Infection
                                                              Austin No. 550; [6], 19 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
                                                              of Maryland; DLC, DNLM, MBM.
                                                                 Reel: 30

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Cox, Joseph Mason, 1762-1822.                                    Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.
    Practical observations on insanity: in which some                The American dispensatory, containing the
suggestions are offered towards an improved mode of              operations of pharmacy; together with the natural,
treating diseases of the mind, and some rules proposed           chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the
which it is hoped may lead to a more humane and                  different substances employed in medicine; illustrated
successful method of cure.                                       and explained, according to the principles of modern
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson; Fry and                chemistry: comprehending the improvements in Dr.
Kammerer, printers. 1811                                         Duncan's fourth edition of the Edinburgh new
Jurisprudence; Mental Disorders                                  dispensatory.
Austin No. 551; To which are subjoined remarks on                Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson; Fry and
medical jurisprudence as connected with diseased                 Kammerer, printers. 1810
intellect ... From the 2d corr. and enl.; London ed.; 238        Dispensatories
p. 17 cm.; Title page is a cancel in DNLM copy; First            Austin No. 553; The arrangement simplified, and the
published in London in 1804; The 2d ed. appeared in              whole adapted to the practice of medicine and
London in 1806; "Appendix I. On the mode of                      pharmacy in the United States ...; 2d ed. ...; 839 p. 6
granting certificates; II. On medical jurisprudence in           plates; 23 cm.; Contains the same tables at end as the
cases of insanity": p. [197]-226; "Hints on the                  first edition, with the addition of "Table of synonymes
treatment of insane persons" (p. [227]-238) newly                of the medicines, simple and compound, in the
added in this edition; They were "published in the               Pharmacopoeias of London, Dublin, and Edinburgh"
Eclectic repertory" (Philadelphia, v. 2, p. 105-110,             (p. [767]-792); CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,
Oct. 1811) and "have been chiefly drawn from the                 IU-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM,
experience of the Retreat, near York (Eng.)."; CtY-M,            NjR, PPC, PPL.
DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdU-D,                                    Reel: 30
NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
    Reel: 30                                                     Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.
                                                                    An inaugural essay on inflammation.
Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.                                    Philadelphia, R. Aitken & Son. 1794
   The American dispensatory, containing the                     Inflammation
operations of pharmacy; together with the natural,               Austin No. 556; [9], 8-55 p. 21 cm.; Evans 26828;
chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the              Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
different substances employed in medicine; illustrated           DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,
and explained, according to the principles of modern             PPL, PU.
chemistry: comprehending the improvements in Dr.                    Reel: 31
Duncan's second edition of the Edinburgh new
dispensatory.                                                    Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.
Philadelphia, Printed by A. Bartram, for Thomas                     Practical observations on vaccination: or
Dobson. 1806                                                     inoculation for the cow-pock.
Dispensatories                                                   Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1802
Austin No. 552; The arrangement simplified, and the              Vaccinia
whole adapted to the practice of medicine and                    Austin No. 557; Embellished with a coloured
pharmacy in the United States ...; xvi, 787 p. 6 plates;         engraving, representing a comparative view of the
23 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,                      various stages of the vaccine and smallpox; 152, [2] p.
IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,                            (incl. table on 2 fold. l.) front. 21 cm.; "Appendix" : p.
NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PU.                            [127]-152; Publisher's advertising (p. [153-154])
   Reel: 30                                                      includes an announcement of Humphreys' edition of
                                                                 Andrew Fyfe's A compendium of the anatomy of the
Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.                                    human body, "now printing on subscription."; CLM,
   The American dispensatory, containing the                     CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM,
operations of pharmacy; together with the natural,               MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
chemical, pharmaceutical and medical history of the              NNU-M, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPHa, PPL, PU,
different substances employed in medicine; illustrated           ScMS.
and explained, according to the principles of modern                Reel: 31
chemistry: the arrangement simplified, and the whole
adapted to the practice of medicine and pharmacy in              Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864.
the United States.                                                   A short view of the importance and respectability
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson and Son;                of the science of medicine.
William Fry, printer. 1818                                       Philadelphia, Mathew Carey. 1800
Dispensatories                                                   Medicine
Austin No. 555; 4th ed., much improved ...; [5], x-clv,          Austin No. 558; Read before the Philadelphia Medical
735, [1] p. 6 plates; 22 cm.; Has essentially the same           Society, on the 7th of February, 1800. Pursuant to
contents as the 3d edition, Philadelphia, 1814; CU-M,            appointment ...; [2], 33 p. 22 cm.; Evans 37264;
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M,                       CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, NjR,
MBM, MWA, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNNAM, NjR,                              NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.                                                Reel: 31
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Coxe, John Redman, 1773-1864, comp.                             Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
    The Philadelphia medical dictionary: containing a              First lines of the practice of physic.
concise explanation of all the terms used in medicine,          Brookfield [Mass.], Printed by E. Merriam & Co. for
surgery, pharmacy, botany, natural history, chymistry,          Isaiah Thomas, Jun.; Sold by him in Worcester
and materia medica.                                             [Mass.]; [etc., etc.]. 1807
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson; Thomas                Medicine
and George Palmer, printers. 1808                               Austin No. 573; With supplementary notes, including
Medicine                                                        the more recent improvements in the practice of
Austin No. 559; Compiled from the best authorities ...;         medicine, by Peter Reid; A new and improved ed.;
viii, [433] p. 23 cm.; "The basis of the present work is        Two volumes in one; 674 (i e. 672) p. 22 cm.; Author's
Dr. [Joseph] Fox's 'New medical dictionary, revised             preface dated Nov. 1783; The text is probably
and augmented by Dr. [Thomas] Bradley'"--p. [v];                reprinted from the three-volume edition printed by
CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA,                             Isaiah Thomas, Sr., in 1790; Reid's notes are here first
MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, OClM, PPAmP,                           printed; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM,
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                   MH-M, MWA, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNNAM, PPC,
    Reel: 31                                                    PU, ScMS.
                                                                   Reel: 31
Cozens, William R.
   An inaugural dissertation on the chemical                    Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
properties of atmospheric air.                                      First lines of the practice of physic.
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1791                                   New York, Printed by L. Nichols & Co. for T. & J.
Hydrogen                                                        Swords [etc.]. 1801
Austin No. 561; 24 p. 20 cm.; Evans 23296;                      Medicine
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                 Austin No. 570; With practical and explanatory notes,
DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PPC, PPF, PPL, PU.                            by John Rotheram, M.D. ...; 2 v. in 1. 22 cm.; The
   Reel: 31                                                     author's preface is the same as that in his new edition,
                                                                Edinburgh, 1784, where it is dated Nov. 1783; Here it
Crane, William, 1754-1828.                                      is erroneously (?) dated Nov. 1789; Rotheram's
   A dissertation, upon the natural small pox, and              edition was first published in Edinburgh in 1791;
inoculation.                                                    CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
Boston, C. Norgate. 1796                                        MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNS, OClM, PHi, PPC, PPL;
Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine                                      The order of names of publishers, appearing first in
Austin No. 562; v, 39 p. 20 cm.; Evans 30296; CtY-M.            imprint, vary in some copies.
   Reel: 31                                                         Reel: 31

Crawford, John, 1746-1813.                                      Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
    A lecture, introductory to a course of lectures on              First lines of the practice of physic, for the use of
the cause, seat and cure of diseases.                           students in the University of Edinburgh.
Baltimore, Published by Edward J. Coale; Benjamin               Philadelphia, Steiner & Cist. 1781-85
Edes, printer. 1811                                             Medicine
Disease; Medicine                                               Austin No. 566; 3 v. 22 cm.; Vols. 2-3 designated
Austin No. 563; Proposed to be delivered in the city of         parts II-III; Evans 17129 (v. 1); 17898 (pt. II) Pt. III
Baltimore ...; 51 p. 20 cm.; Delivered at the College of        not listed; Imprint varies: v. 2-3 printed by Charles
Medicine of Maryland; Errata slip mounted on verso              Cist.; Vol. 1, "according to the second edition ...
of title page; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,                     Edinburgh."; Books 1-2 of pt. 1 (v. 1. p. [1]-197) are
MdU-D, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                     reprinted from the 2d ed. of v. 1, Edinburgh, 1778;
    Reel: 31                                                    bks. 3-5 of pt. 1 (v. 1, p. 108-374) and pt. 2, bks. 1-3
                                                                (v. 2) are from the original edition of v. 2 and 3,
Creager, Lewis.                                                 Edinburgh, 1779-1783; Part 2, bk. 4 (v. 3, p. [1]-33)
   An inaugural essay, on the dysentery.                        and pt. 3, bks. 1-3 (v. 3, p. 34-147) are from v. 4 of the
Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1806                            1784 Edinburgh edition; "From the editor" signed :
Dysentery                                                       Benjamin Rush; CU-M, CtY-M (vols 1-2), DLC (vols
Austin No. 564; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of             1-2), DNLM (microfilm of vols 1 and 3, print copy of
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                       vol. 2), MBM (vol. 2), MWA, (vol. 1), NNNAM (vol.
MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                             1), PHi (vols 1-2), PPC (vols 1-2), PPL.
   Reel: 31                                                         Reel: 31

Cromwell, John, 1764-1832.
   Sketches on animal life.
Baltimore, Ralph W. Pomeroy. 1814
Biology
Austin No. 565; 30 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--University of
Maryland; "Errata" slip mounted on blank leaf at end;
DLC, DNLM.
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Cullen, William, 1710-1790.                                     Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
   Institutions of medicine.                                        Synopsis and nosology, being an arrangement and
Edinburgh: Printed; Boston: Re-printed by John                  definition of diseases.
Norman. 1788                                                    Hartford, Printed by Nathaniel Patten. 1792
Physiology                                                      Disease
Austin No. 576; Part I; Physiology; For the use of the          Austin No. 580; The first translation from Latin to
students, in the University of Edinburgh ...; The 4th           English; xxxix, 80 p. 16 cm.; An abridged translation
ed., corr.; 126 p. 16 cm.; Evans 21033; No more                 of the author's "Genera morborum," which is
published; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC,                            contained in his "Synopsis nosologiae methodicae.";
NNNAM, PPC.                                                     DNLM, NNNAM, OClM, PPC.
   Reel: 31                                                         Reel: 32

Cullen, William, 1710-1790.                                     Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
   Lectures on the materia medica, as delivered by                 Synopsis nosologiae methodicae, sistens
William Cullen, M.D., professor of medicine in the              morborum classes genera et species cum harum ex
University of Edinburgh.                                        Sauvagesio synonomis.
America: Philadelphia, Printed for the subscribers by           Americae: [New York?] Abrah. Hodge. 1783
Robert Bell. 1775                                               Austin No. 583; Ad normam novissimae editionis
Pharmacology                                                    edita atque emendata; 392 p. 22 cm.; Probably printed
Austin No. 577; Now published by permission of the              in New York, where Abraham Hodge was apprenticed
author, and with many corrections from the collation            before going to North Carolina; Running title : Genera
of different manuscripts by the editors; viii, 512 p. 25        morborum Culleni; Contains only the author's Genera
cm.; Evans 14000 ("Second American edition"                     morborum, which comprises v. 2 of the 3d edition of
inserted in title; but no earlier American edition is           his Synopsis nosologiae methodicae, Edinburgh,
recorded); Robert Bell had issued in 1774 a broadside           1780, from which the present edition was taken;
(Evans 13143) : "Proposals for printing [this work] by          DNLM, MBM, MWA, OClM.
subscription."; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IU-M, MBM,                       Reel: 32
MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC, PPL,
RPJCB.                                                          Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
   Reel: 31                                                        A synopsis of methodical nosology, in which the
                                                                genera of disorders are particularly defined, and the
Cullen, William, 1710-1790.                                     species added with the synonimous of those from
   A methodical system of nosology.                             Sauvages.
Stockbridge [Mass.], Printed by Cornelius Sturtevant,           Philadelphia, Parry Hall. 1793
Jun., for the translator. [1808]                                Disease
Disease                                                         Austin No. 584; From the 4th ed. corr. and much enl.;
Austin No. 578; Translated from the Latin ... by Eldad          Translated by Henry Wilkins, M.D.; 183, [1] p. 21
Lewis ...; 231 p. 18 cm.; Printer's note, p. 231, dated         cm.; Evans 25361; Translation of Genera morborum,
1808; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                         which comprises v. 2 of the 4th ed. of the author's
MdU-D (copy incomplete), NNNAM.                                 Synopsis nosologiae methodicae, published in
   Reel: 32                                                     Edinburgh in 1785; MBM, MWA, PPC, PPL.
                                                                   Reel: 32
Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
    Professor Cullen's Treatise of the materia medica.          Cullen, William, 1710-1790.
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker; William                  Synopsis of nosology.
Brown, printer. 1812                                            Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson; William
Pharmacology                                                    Fry, printer. 1816
Austin No. 579; With large additions, including many            Disease
new articles, wholly omitted in the original work By            Austin No. 586; by William Cullen, M.D. Translated
Benjamin Smith Barton ...; 2 v. 22 cm.; "Fourth                 from the Latin, with references to the best authors who
American edition."--Editor's pref.; CU-M (vol. 1),              have written since his time, by John Thompson [i.e.
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M,                      Thomson] M.D. To which is added, Willan's
MBM, MdBJ-W, MdU-D (vol. 2), NNC, NNNAM,                        Classification of cutaneous diseases; [4], 152 p. 18
OClM, PP, PPC, PPL, ScMS (vol. 2), WaSp-M (vol.                 cm.; An abridged translation of the author's Genera
1).                                                             morborum, which is v. 2 of his Synopsis nosologiae
    Reel: 32                                                    methodicae; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
                                                                MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, ScMS.
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Cullen, William, 1710-1790.                                       Currie, James, 1756-1805.
   A treatise of the materia medica.                                  An abridgment of the second edition of a work,
Edinburgh, Printed; Re-printed for and sold by J.                 written by Dr. Currie ... on the use of water, in diseases
Crukshank and R. Campbell, Philadelphia; R. Hodge,                of the human frame; and on fever, opium, strong
[etc.] New-York. 1789                                             drink, abstinence from food, and the passages through
Pharmacology                                                      the human skin; with occasional remarks.
Austin No. 587; 2 v. 21 cm.; Evans 21775/21776;                   Augusta, District of Maine, Peter Edes; [etc., etc.].
New York publishers named first in imprint of v. 2;               [1799]
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IU-M (vol. 1), LNT-M, MWA,                      Balneology
NNNAM, PPC, PPL (vol. 1), ScMS (vol. 2).                          Austin No. 595; viii, 53, [1] p. 16 cm.; Evans 35365;
   Reel: 32                                                       An abstract of Currie's Medical reports of the effects
                                                                  of water (Liverpool, 1797; 2d ed., Liverpool, 1798); It
Cullen, William, 1710-1790.                                       first appeared, "with the remarks accompanying it ...
   A treatise of the materia medica.                              in the Kennebec Intelligencer for November 17 and
Philadelphia, Published by Mathew Carey; sold by                  24, and December 1, 8, and 15, 1798."--Pref.;
Kimber, Conrad and Co. [etc.]. 1808                               Probably complied by Benjamin Vaughan, to whom it
Pharmacology                                                      is ascribed in manuscript on the title page of the
Austin No. 589; 3d American ed.; 2 v. in 1. 23 cm.;               Huntington Library copy; Preface is dated April 1799;
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA,                          CSmH, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, PPAmP,
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC,                             RPJCB.
PPL.                                                                  Reel: 33
   Reel: 33
                                                                  Currie, James, 1756-1805.
Culpeper, Nicholas, 1616-1654.                                       Medical reports, on the effects of water, cold and
    Pharmacopoeia Londinensis; or, The London                     warm, as a remedy in fever and other diseases,
dispensatory further adorned by the studies and                   whether applied to the surface of the body, or used
collections of the fellows now living, of the said                internally.
college.                                                          Philadelphia, James Humphreys [etc.]. 1808
Boston, Printed by John Allen, for Nicholas Booone                Balneology
[sic] [etc.]. 1720                                                Austin No. 596; From the 4th London ed., corr. and
Pharmacopoeias                                                    enl.; 2 v. in 1 23 cm.; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,
Austin No. 591; [24], 305, [35] p. 19 cm.; Evans 2114;            ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
Running title: The physitians library; Originally                 NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PPL,
published in 1649 under title: A physicall directory;             ScMS.
or, A translation of the London dispensatory, made by                Reel: 33
the College of Physicians in London; CtY-M, DLC,
DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, NNNAM,                                 Currie, William, 1754-1828.
NNU-M, RPJCB.                                                         A description of the malignant, infectious fever
    Reel: 33                                                      prevailing at present in Philadelphia; with an account
                                                                  of the means to prevent infection, and the remedies
Cunningham, Robert M.                                             and method of treatment, which have been found most
   An inaugural essay, on the inflammatory bilious                successful.
fever, as it appeared in the vicinity of Lancaster, in the        Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1793
summer and autumn of 1804.                                        Yellow Fever
Philadelphia, P. K. Wagner. 1806                                  Austin No. 597; 36 p. 19 cm.; Evans 25366; Two
Yellow Fever                                                      sections at end (p. 25-36) dated Sept. 3 and Sept. 4,
Austin No. 592; 15 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of               1793, were added after the main work was written;
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,                         CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                              PP, PPAmP, PPC.
   Reel: 33                                                           Reel: 33

Cur für den wüthenden Hundebiss.
[n. p.]. [ca. 1810]
Rabies
Austin No. 593; Man nimmt eine Unze [blank] und
thut sie in einen reinen irrdenen Hafen und giesset eine
Quart [blank] darüber und setzet den Hafen auf ein
gelindes Kohlfever; Broadside; PPL.
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Currie, William, 1754-1828.                                        Currie, William, 1754-1828.
    Facts and observations, relative to the origin,                    Memoirs of the yellow fever, which prevailed in
progress and nature of the fever, which prevailed in               Philadelphia, and other parts of the United States of
certain parts of the city and districts of Philadelphia, in        America, in the summer and autumn of the present
the summer and autumn of the present year (1802).                  year, 1798.
Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1802                            Philadelphia, Printed by John Bioren for Thomas
Yellow Fever                                                       Dobson. 1798
Austin No. 599; By William Currie & Isaac Cathrall;                Yellow Fever
To which is added, a summary of the rise and progress              Austin No. 602; Including, tables of the weather, and
of the disease in Wilmington, communicated by Dr. E.               the daily returns of the sick and dead: the proceedings
A. Smith & Dr. John Vaughan...; 40, xviii p. 20 cm.;               of the Board of Health and Guardians of the Poor;
"A list of persons who died of the yellow fever, in ...            With the various events of each day, noted at the time
Philadelphia, in the year 1802": p. [38]-40;                       of their occurrence; and the publications which
"Appendix" (including accounts of the fever at                     appeared in the different newspapers ... dissections at
Wilmington) : xviii p. at end; John Vaughan's account              Boston, &c. &c.; To which is added, a collection of
was published in fuller form in his A concise history              facts respecting the origin of the fever ...; [2], 145 p.
of the autumnal fever ... in ... Wilmington, in ... 1802           22 cm.; Evans 33589; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS,
(Wilmington, 1803); E. A. Smith's account is                       MBM, MdU-D, MnSRM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PP,
extracted from a letter dated Dec. 14, 1802; DLC,                  PPC, PPF, PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PU.                              Reel: 34
    Reel: 33
                                                                   Currie, William, 1754-1828.
Currie, William, 1754-1828.                                            Observations on the causes and cure of remitting or
    An historical account of the climates and diseases             bilious fevers.
of the United States of America; and of the remedies               Philadelphia, Printed for the author by William T.
and methods of treatment, which have been found                    Palmer. 1798
most useful and efficacious, particularly in those                 Yellow Fever
diseases which depend upon climate and situation.                  Austin No. 603; To which is annexed, an abstract of
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1792                                      the opinions and practice of different authors; and an
Climate; Environmental Health                                      appendix, exhibiting facts and reflections relative to
Austin No. 600; [4], 4, 409, v p. 20 cm.; Evans 24239;             the synochus icteroides, or yellow fever ...; iv, 227, [1]
CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, IEN-M,                          p. 22 cm.; Evans 33590; Leaf paged 223-224 (sig 2E4)
MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,                                  is a cancel; Introduction is dated Jan. 13, 1798; "To the
NNU-M, NjR, OClM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,                        Senate and House of Representatives of the
RPJCB, ScMS.                                                       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the memorial of the
    Reel: 34                                                       College of Physicians of Philadelphia" (dated Dec. 5,
                                                                   1797) : p. 224-227; This is from the Philadelphia
Currie, William, 1754-1828.                                        Gazette, Jan. 9, 1798; CtY-M, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ,
   An impartial review, of that part of Dr. Rush's late            MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi,
publication, entitled "An account of the bilious                   PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
remitting yellow fever, as it appeared in the city of                  Reel: 34
Philadelphia, in the year 1793, which treats of the
origin of the disease".                                            Currie, William, 1754-1828.
Philadelphia, Printed by Thomas Dobson. 1794                           A sketch of the rise and progress of the yellow
Yellow Fever                                                       fever, and of the proceedings of the Board of Health,
Austin No. 601; 15 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans 26836; *DLC,                 in Philadelphia, in the year 1799: to which is added, a
MdU-D, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC.                                collection of facts and observations respecting the
   Reel: 34                                                        origin of the yellow fever in this country; and a review
                                                                   of the different modes of treating it.
                                                                   Philadelphia, Budd and Bartram. 1800
                                                                   Yellow Fever
                                                                   Austin No. 605; 112 p. 20 cm.; Evans 37274;
                                                                   "Post-script by the editor" (p. 112) dated Mar. 13,
                                                                   1800; "Additional facts and observations respecting
                                                                   the origin of the yellow fever in New York last year,
                                                                   with an account of the most successful method of
                                                                   treating it, communicated by Dr. D. Hosack" : p.
                                                                   [89]-112; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
                                                                   MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,
                                                                   PPJ, PPL, PU.
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Currie, William, 1754-1828.                                      Curtis, Henry.
   A synopsis, or general view of the principal                     An attempt to investigate the seat of animal life.
theories or doctrines of diseases, which have prevailed          Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1812
or been taught at different periods to the present time.         Biology
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker, W. Brown,              Austin No. 609; 29 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
printer. 1815                                                    Medicine of Maryland; Half title: An inaugural essay
Disease                                                          on the seat of animal life; DLC, DNLM.
Austin No. 606; [2], 172 p. 18 cm.; CtY-M, DLC,                     Reel: 34
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM, PPC,
PPJ, PPL.                                                        Curtis, Samuel, 1747-1822.
   Reel: 34                                                         A valuable collection of recipes, medical and
                                                                 miscellaneous.
Currie, William, 1754-1828.                                      Amherst, N. H., Elijah Mansur. 1819
   A treatise on the synochus icteroides, or yellow              Drugs; Pharmacology
fever, as it lately appeared in the city of Philadelphia.        Austin No. 610; Useful in families, and valuable to
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1794                                every description of persons ...; 70, [2] p. 20 cm.;
Yellow Fever                                                     Original printed covers bound in; DNLM, MBM,
Austin No. 607; Exhibiting a concise view of its rise,           MWA.
progress and symptoms, together with the method of                  Reel: 34
treatment found most successful; also remarks on the
nature of its contagion, and directions for preventing           Cutbush, Edward, 1772-1843.
the introduction of the same malady, in future ...; iv,             An inaugural dissertation on insanity.
[vi]-viii, 85 p. 19 cm.; Evans 26837; CtY-M, DLC,                Philadelphia, Zachariah Poulson, Junior. 1794
DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, MBM, MdU-D, NHi, NNC,                          Mental Disorders
NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,                        Austin No. 611; 53 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26838;
RPJCB.                                                           Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
   Reel: 34                                                      DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
                                                                 PU.
Currie, William, 1754-1828.                                         Reel: 34
    A view of the diseases most prevalent in the United
States of America, at different seasons of the year.             Cutbush, Edward, 1772-1843.
Philadelphia, J. & A. Y. Humphreys. 1811                             Observations on the means of preserving the health
Disease; Disease Outbreaks; Therapeutics                         of soldiers and sailors; and on the duties of the medical
Austin No. 608; With an account of the most                      department of the Army and Navy: with remarks on
improved method of treating them. Being an abstact               hospitals and their internal arrangement.
[sic] not only of the editor's own experience, but of the        Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Dobson, Fry and
experience of several physicians ... residing in the             Kammerer, printers. 1808
different states; including the substance of ...                 Military Medicine; Naval Medicine
improvements that have been made in the treatment of             Austin No. 612; xvi, 336, 14 [2] p. 2 plates, 3 fold;
similar diseases in other countries; Collected and               tables; 22 cm.; Errata slip mounted on p. [iv];
arranged by William Currie...; [2], 240 p. 22 cm.;               "Directions for preserving the health of soldiers,
CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NHi,                       addressed to the officers of the Army of the United
NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM, OkU-M, PPAmP,                           States, by Benjamin Rush": 14 p. at end; "Thomas
PPC, PU.                                                         Dobson's Catalogue of medical books" : p. [15-16] at
    Reel: 34                                                     end; DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
                                                                 NNU-M, OClM, PPC, PPL.
[Currie, William] 1754-1828.                                         Reel: 34
   Of the cholera.
[Philadelphia, Printed for the author by William T.              Daingerfield, Henry Powen.
Palmer]. [1798]                                                     An experimental essay on cutaneous absorption.
Cholera                                                          Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1805
Austin No. 604; 14 p. 22 cm.; Evans 33591;                       Skin Absorption
Signatures: B-C4 (last leaf blank); Caption title;               Austin No. 613; 26 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Usually bound with William Currie's Observations on              Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, PHi,
the causes and cure of remitting or bilious fevers,              PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Philadelphia, 1798, with which it was probably issued;              Reel: 34
DNLM, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPL.
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Danforth, Thomas, 1772-1817.                                   Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.
    A discourse, before the Humane Society, of the                 Zoonomia; or, The laws of organic life.
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.                                 Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1797
[Boston] Russell & Cutler. 1808                                Evolution
Austin No. 614; Boston, June 14, 1808 ...; Published           Austin No. 618; Part second ...; A new ed.; with an
by request of the Society; 39 p. 23 cm.; Treats briefly        introductory address, and a short appendix, by Charles
of the physiological, psychological, and social                Caldwell ...; 2v. 22 cm.; Evans 32017; Contains parts
theories relating to the functions of the Society;             II and III of Zoonomia, which were first published in
"Appendix" (p. [23]-39) includes communications to             London in 1796; An American edition of the previous
the Society, financial reports, "List of persons who           part, with a preface by S. L. Mitchill, was published in
have delivered discourses before the Humane Society            New York in 1796; "To the author of Zoonomia"
from its institution [1787]" officers, and lists of            (poem, signed : C. C.) : v. 2, p. 321; "Appendix; Note
deceased, active, and honorary members; DNLM, ICJ,             on fever": v. 2, p. [479]-539; CLM, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
MWA, NHi, NNC, PHi, PPL.                                       IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNS,
    Reel: 35                                                   OClM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, RPJCB, ScMS.
                                                                   Reel: 35
Darlington, William, 1782-1863.
   A dissertation on the mutual influence of habits and        Davidge, John Beale, 1768-1829.
disease.                                                           Nosologia methodica: classium et generum et
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Joseph                specierum et varietatum series morborum exhibens.
Rakestraw. 1804                                                Baltimoriensi, Sergeant Hall. 1813
Disease; Environmental Health                                  Disease
Austin No. 615; 35 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of            Austin No. 623; Ed. 2., priore auctior et emendatior;
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM,                    [4], xlvi, 103 p. 22 cm.; Differs slightly from the
MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                               edition published in 1812; The introduction, refuting
   Reel: 35                                                    Benjamin Rush's theories of pathology and nosology,
                                                               has been expanded; Minor changes have been made in
Dartmouth College.                                             the text; "Corrigenda" on slip mounted on p. [1]
   Statutes of Dartmouth University, relating to               following introduction; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
medical graduation.                                            MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, PPC.
[Hanover]. [1812]                                                  Reel: 36
Schools, Medical
Austin No. 616; Passed August 25, 1812; 8 p., 11. 21           Davidge, John Beale, 1768-1829.
cm.; Lacks title page; MBM, *NNNAM.                                Nosologia methodica: series classium, et generum,
   Reel: 35                                                    et specierum, et varietatum morborum exhibens.
                                                               Baltimoriensi, Benjamin Edes. 1812
Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.                                    Disease
   Zoonomia; or The laws of organic life.                      Austin No. 622; vi, xxiii, [3], 10-99 p. 23 cm.; Preface
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1796                                 and introduction in English; text in Latin and English
Evolution                                                      on opposite pages; A syllabus prepared chiefly for the
Austin No. 617; Vol. I ...; xxxii, 433, [1] p. incl. 6         use of the students of the College of Medicine of
plates (5 col.) 22 cm.; Evans 30312; "Preface to the           Maryland; The author's introduction refutes Benjamin
American edition" (p. [ix]-xxix) signed: Samuel L.             Rush's theories of pathology and nosology;
Mitchill; This volume was first published in London            "Corrigenda": [1] p. at end of introduction; DLC,
in 1794; T. & J. Swords intended to reprint the 2d             DNLM, IEN-M, PPC.
volume, which appeared in London in 1796 (cf.                      Reel: 36
"Advertisement," p. [434]); Instead, an edition of the
2d volume by Charles Caldwell was published in                 Davidge, John Beale, 1768-1829.
Philadelphia in 1797; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                       An oration, delivered before, and published by the
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NHi, NNC,                      request of the Medical Faculty of Maryland, at their
NNNAM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU, RPJCB, EcMS.                         last biennial congress in the city of Baltimore on the
   Reel: 35                                                    6th day of June, 1805.
                                                               Baltimore, John West Butler. 1805
                                                               Medicine; Schools, Medical
                                                               Austin No. 624; 30 p. 21 cm.; Treats of the
                                                               qualifications and duties of a physician; DNLM,
                                                               MdBJ-W, MdU-D.
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Davidge, John Beale, 1768-1829.                                  Davis, Charles S.
    Physical sketches, or Outlines of correctives,                  An inaugural dissertation, on phlegmasia alba
applied to certain modern errours in physick.                    dolens puerperarum.
Baltimore, William Warner. 1814-[23]                             Baltimore, J. Robinson. 1815
Medicine                                                         Thrombophlebitis
Austin No. 625; 3 v. plates; 22 cm.; Vol. 3 lacks                Austin No. 628; 12 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--University of
alternate title; Vols. 2-3 printed by J. Robinson;               Maryland; DNLM.
Largely previously published works by Davidge and                   Reel: 37
correspondence, with some selections from other
authors; "Dissertatio physiologica de causis                     Davis, Matthew Livingston, 1773-1850.
catameniorum" (the author's thesis, Glasgow, 1793):                  A brief account of the epidemical fever which
v. [1], p. [7]-30, with special title page dated 1793:           lately prevailed in the city of New York; with the
followed by an English translation (p. [3]-56); "A               different proclamations, reports and letters of Gov.
treatise on the autumnal endemial                                Jay, Gov. Mifflin, the Health Committee of New
epidemick...commonly called the yellow fever": v.                York, &c. upon the subject.
[1], p. [57]-130, with special title page dated 1813;            New York, Matthew L. Davis. 1795
apparently reprinted, with slight differences, from the          Yellow Fever
Baltimore edition of 1798; Vol. 3 includes "A memoir             Austin No. 629; To which is added, an accurate list of
on the fracture of the thigh-bone" (p.[95]-128) and              the names of those who have died of the disease, from
"Extirpation of the parotid gland" (p. [165]-183);               July 29, to Nov. 1 ...; 67 p. 22 cm.; Evans 28538;
DLC, DNLM (print copy of vol. 1, microfilm of vols.              CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IU-M, MBM, MWA, NHi,
2-3), ICJ (vols. 1 and 3), IEN-M (vols. 1 and 2), MWA            NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPL, RPJCB.
(vols. 1-2), NHi (vols. 1-2), NNNAM (vols. 1-2),                     Reel: 37
MdBJ-W, MnSRM (vol. 1), PPC (vol.2).
    Reel: 36                                                     Day, John and Co. (druggists) Philadelphia.
                                                                    Catalogue of drugs, chymical and Galenical
Davidge, John Beale, 1768-1829.                                  preparations, shop furniture, patent medicines, and
    A treatise on the autumnal endemial epidemick of             surgeons instruments, sold by John Day and Co.;
tropical climates, vulgarly called the yellow fever;             Druggists and Chymists, in Second-Street,
containing its origin, history, nature and cure; together        Philadelphia.
with a few reflections on the proximate cause of                 Philadelphia, John Dunlap. 1771
diseases.                                                        Catalogs, Commercial; Drugs; Drugs,
Baltimore, W. Pechin. 1798                                       Non-Prescription
Yellow Fever                                                     Austin No. 630; 33 p. 8vo.; Evans 12024; Also printed
Austin No. 626; 65, [1] p. 19 cm.; Evans 33603;                  in Latin same year with no indication of the firm
Appendix (p. [59]-65) added after the treatise was at            which issued it; See Catalogus medicinarum ...
the press, contains the letter addressed to Governor             Philadelphia, 1771; PPAmP.
Thomas Mifflin of Pennsylvania by the physicians of                 Reel: 37
Philadelphia in reply to his request of Nov. 6, 1797 for
information on yellow fever; Signed by Benjamin                  De Butts, Elisha, 1773-1831.
Rush and twelve others, it was also published in 1798               An inaugural essay, on the eye, and on vision.
by the Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia under                 Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
title: Proofs of the origin of the yellow fever, in              Oswald. 1805
Philadelphia & Kensington, in the year 1797; "Errata":           Eye; Ophthalmology; Vision
p. [66]; DLC, DNLM, PPL, PU.                                     Austin No. 631; 40 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
    Reel: 36                                                     Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, NNNAM, PHi,
                                                                 PPAmP, PPC, PU.
Davidson, Robert Gamble Waiters, 1773-1804.                         Reel: 37
   An inaugural dissertation on the suffocatio stridula,
or croup.                                                        De La Motta, Jacob.
Philadelphia, Wrigley & Berriman. 1794                              An investigation of the properties and effects, of
Laryngitis                                                       the Spiraca trifoliata of Linnaeus, or Indian physic.
Austin No. 627; 24 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26852;                       Philadelphia, Jane Aitken. 1810
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                   Plants, Medicinal
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                           Austin No. 645; 44 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
PU, RPJCB.                                                       Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM,
   Reel: 37                                                      PPAmP, PPL, ScMS.
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De La Motta, Jacob.                                               Deigendesch, Johannes.
    An oration, on the causes of the mortality among                 Nachrichters: oder Nützliches und aufrichtiges
strangers, during the late summer and fall.                       Ross-Artzney-Büchlein.
Savannah, Kappel & Bartlett. [1820]                               Germantown, Christoph Saur. 1770
Mortality                                                         Horse Diseases; Veterinary Medicine; Yellow Fever
Austin No. 646; Pronounced before the Georgia                     Austin No. 641; In welchem die meisten innerliche
Medical Society, and citizens of Savannah, on January             Kranckheiten und äusserliche Zustände der Ross aufs
1st, 1820; Being the anniversary of the Society ...; 16           deutlichste beschrieben und erkläret werden: samt
p. 21 cm.; DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PPC.                            Beyfügung der darzu gehörigen und nöthigsten
    Reel: 37                                                      Artzney-Mittel und approbirte Recepte was ein jeder
                                                                  Zustand wird nöthing haben, und mit deutlicher
De Rosset, Armand John, 1767-1859.                                Anweisung versehen ...; Welchem annoch beygefüget
   Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de febribus                    ein Anhang von Rind-Viehs Artzneyen ... Alles mit
intermittentibus.                                                 Fleiss zusammen getragen, und in den Druck
Philadelphiae, Typis Thomae Dobson. 1790                          verfertiget von einem Scharffricheter Johannes
Malaria                                                           Deigendesch; 208, [8] p. Evans 11627; PHi.
Austin No. 653; 34 p. 19 cm.; Evans 22460;                           Reel: 37
Thesis--College of Philadelphia; "Corrigenda"
mounted on leaf at end; DLC, DNLM, NNNAM, PHi,                    Delafield, Edward, 1794-1875.
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                                  An inaugural dissertation on pulmonary
   Reel: 37                                                       consumption.
                                                                  New-York, John Forbes & Co. 1816
[Defoe, Daniel] 1661?-1731.                                       Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
   The dreadful visitation in a short account of the              Austin No. 644; 67, [1] p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
progress and effects of the plague, the last time it              Physicians and Surgeons, New York; Without thesis
spread in the city of London in the year 1665 extracted           statement; "Errata": p. [68]; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
from the memoirs of a person who resided there,                   MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR.
during the whole time of that infection: with some                    Reel: 37
thoughts on the advantage which would result to
Christianity, if a spirit of impartiality and true charity        Denman, Thomas, 1733-1815.
was suffered to preside amongst the several religious                Aphorisms on the application and use of the
denominations, &c.                                                forceps and vectis; on preternatural labours, on
Germantown [Pa.] Chr. Sower. 1763                                 labours attended with hemorrhage, and with
Plague                                                            convulsions.
Austin No. 632; 16 p. 18 cm.; Evans 9373; Abridged                Philadelphia, Benjamin Johnson. 1803
from his Journal of the plague year; CSmH, CtY-M,                 Aphorisms and Proverbs; Hemorrhage; Labor
DNLM, MWA, PHi, PPL, RPJCB.                                       Complications; Obstetrical Forceps
   Reel: 37                                                       Austin No. 647; The 1st American ed.; 108 p. 18 cm.;
                                                                  Apparently reprinted from the 4th London edition
[Defoe, Daniel] 1661?-1731.                                       published in 1793, with the addition of the
   The history of the plague in London, in 1665.                  Advertisement (p. [3]) endorsing the work, signed:
Philadelphia, B. & J. Johnson. 1800                               Thomas C. James; J. Church; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
Plague                                                            IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM,
Austin No. 636; 36 p. 15 cm.; Evans 37625; (Cheap                 PPC.
repository, No. 23); MWA, *PPL.                                      Reel: 37
   Reel: 37
                                                                  Denman, Thomas, 1733-1815.
[Defoe, Daniel] 1661?-1731.                                           An introduction to the practice of midwifery.
   A pathetic history of the plague in London in the              New-York, Printed by James Oram, for William
year 1665.                                                        Falconer and Evert Duyckinck. 1802
Printed at Worcester (Massachusetts,) by Daniel                   Midwifery
Greenleaf. 1803                                                   Austin No. 650; 2 v. 22 cm.; Apparently a reprint of
Plague                                                            the 1800 London edition in 2 volumes, octavo; Preface
Austin No. 638; To which is here added, an account of             dated London, December 1, 1800; CLM, CU-M (vol.
the surprising revivals of religion in a number of                1), CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M (vol. 2),
towns in the New-England states, ...; 40 p. 21 cm.;               MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM,
MWA, *NNNAM, RPJCB.                                               PPC.
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Dennison, David.                                                  Desault, Pierre Joseph, 1738-1795.
     Improved jaundice bitters, or the grand anti-bilious             A treatise on fractures, luxations, and other
corrective.                                                       affections of the bones, by P. J. Desault ... wherein his
[Boston]. [ca. 1805]                                              opinions and practice, in such cases, are stated and
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                           exemplified.
Austin No. 652; By His Majesty's royal letters patent;            Philadelphia, Fry and Kammerer. 1805
To be John F. Whitwell, 48 Newbury Street, Boston                 Bone Diseases; Fractures
...; Broadside; 41 cm.; English Coat-of-Arms at top;              Austin No. 655; Edited by Xav. Bichat ... Translated
MWA.                                                              from the French by Charles Caldwell, M.D.; With
     Reel: 37                                                     notes, and an appendix containing several late
                                                                  improvements in surgery; xiii, 413 p. 3 plates; 23 cm.;
Desault, Pierre Joseph, 1738-1795.                                Translation of Maladies des parties dures, originally
   The surgical works, or Statement of the doctrine               published in Paris in 1798 as pt. 1 of Desault's Oeuvres
and practice of P. J. Desault ... by Xavier Bichat.               chirurgicales; E. D. Smith continued the translation
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson; William                 with the publication of pts. 2 and 3 under title: The
Fry, printer. 1814                                                surgical works (Philadelphia, 1814); "Appendix" (p.
Surgery                                                           [403]-413) by Caldwell, includes "A case of fracture
Austin No. 654; Translated from the original, by                  of the os humeri," by P.S. Physick, originally
Edward Darrell Smith ...; 2 v. 12 plates (part fold.) 22          published in the Medical repository, hexad 2, v. 1
cm.; A continuation of the translation of Oeuvres                 (1804) p. 122-124; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC,
chirurgicales begun by Charles Caldwell with the                  DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
publication of pt. 1 under title: A treatise on fractures,        MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPJ, PU,
luxations, and other affections of the bones                      ScMS.
(Philadelphia, 1805); The present edition is a                        Reel: 38
translation of pts. 2 and 3. (Cf. Translator's pref.);
CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM,                          Devèze, Jean, 1753-1829.
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, NjR,                                 An enquiry into, and observations upon the causes
OClM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU, ScCM (vol. 2), ScMS                      and effects of the epidemic disease, which raged in
(vol. 1).                                                         Philadelphia from the month of August till towards the
   Reel: 37                                                       middle of December, 1793.
                                                                  Philadelphia, Parent. 1794
De Villers, Mrs.                                                  Yellow Fever
   Beauty and cleanliness.                                        Austin No. 658; vii, [1], 145 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26873;
Philadelphia, Wm. Duane. [ca. 1815]                               English and French on opposite pages; added title
Dentifrices                                                       page with French title: Recherches et observations sur
Austin No. 659; Mrs. De Villers, South-east corner of             les causes et les effects de la maladie épidémique … a
Fourth and Lombard Streets; After having brought,                 Philadelphie ... 1793; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
with the anxious labour of many years, her                        IU-M, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NHi (lacks p. 145),
incomparable Balsamic Dentrifice to the highest                   NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
perfection ...; Broadside; 28 x 25 cm.; PPL.                      PU, RPJCB, ScMS.
   Reel: 38                                                           Reel: 38

De Witt, Benjamin, 1774-1819.                                     Devotional somnium; or, A collection of prayers and
   A chemico-medical essay to explain the operation               exhortations, uttered by Miss Rachel Baker, in the city
of oxigene, or the base of vital air on the human body.           of New-York, in the winter of 1815, during her
Philadelphia, William Woodward. 1797                              abstracted and unconscious state.
Oxygen                                                            New-York, Printed for the proprietor [Henry T.
Austin No. 665; 35 p. 19 cm.; Evans 32036;                        Kiersted] by Van Winkle and Wiley. 1815
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                   Coma; Psychosomatic Medicine
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL,                        Austin No. 660; To which pious and unprecedented
PU, RPJCB.                                                        exercises are prefixed, an account of her life ...
   Reel: 38                                                       together with a view of that faculty of the human mind
                                                                  which is intermediate between sleeping and waking…
De Witt, Benjamin, 1774-1819.                                     By several medical gentlemen ...; 288 p. 19 cm.;
   Introductory lecture on natural philosophy.                    Introduction signed: John H. Douglass, M.D.;
New-York, Published by Kirk and Mercein, William                  Previous utterances of Rachel Baker were published
A. Mercein, printer. 1818                                         by Charles Mais in 1814 in his The surprising case of
Therapeutics                                                      Rachel Baker; "An arrangement of those parts of the
Austin No. 666; 31 p. 22 cm.; Delivered at the College            phenomena of the human mind which belong to the
of Physicians and Surgeons of the University of the               function of, somnium, by Samuel L. Mitchill": p.
State of New York, and published under its auspices;              25-74; "Excercises of Miss Baker, performed during
DNLM, IEN-M, NHi.                                                 her unconscious state": p. 168-282; DLC, DNLM,
   Reel: 38                                                       MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM, PHi, PPL, PU.
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Dewees, William Potts, 1768-1841.                                 Dimsdale, Thomas.
   An essay on the means of lessening pain, and                      The present method of inoculating for the
facilitating certain cases of difficult parturition.              small-pox.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.                  Philadelphia, Printed by John Dunlap, for John
Oswald. 1806                                                      Sparhawk. 1771
Labor Complications                                               Smallpox Vaccine
Austin No. 663; 95 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of               Austin No. 670; To which are added, some
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                         experiments, instituted with a view to discover the
MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,                            effects of a similar treatment in the natural smallpox;
PPL, PU.                                                          82 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans 12028; DLC, *NNNAM, PHi.
   Reel: 38                                                          Reel: 38

Dewees, William Potts, 1768-1841.                                 Dingley, Amasa, d. 1798.
   An essay on the means of lessening pain, and                      An oration on the improvement of medicine.
facilitating certain cases of difficult parturition.              New-York, John Buel. [1794]
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson and Son;                 Medicine
William Fry, printer. 1819                                        Austin No. 671; Pronounced before a respectable
Anesthesia, Obstetrical; Labor Complications                      auditory of citizens, in the Federal Hall, in the city of
Austin No. 664; 2d ed.; 156 p. 20 cm.; First published            New-York; according to appointment of the Medical
in 1806 as the author's inaugural dissertation for the            Society of the State of New-York, at their anniversary
M.D. degree at the University of Pennsylvania;                    meeting, on the 16th January, 1794 ...; 39 p. 22 cm.;
Republished "with some additions and                              Evans 26892; Bibliographical footnotes; DLC,
corrections."--Pref.; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC,                      DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, NNS, PPAmP,
DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA,                          PPL, RPJCB.
MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC,                                Reel: 38
PPL, PU.
   Reel: 38                                                       Directions for medicine chests, with a treatise of the
                                                                  diseases most incident to seamen.
Dexter, Aaron, 1750-1829.                                         Philadelphia, The office of the United States Gazette.
   A dissertation on diseases of the joints.                      1817
Boston, Thomas B. Wait and Company. 1813                          Drugs; Naval Medicine
Joint Disease                                                     Austin No. 674; 27, [1] p. 19 cm.; Imperfect: section
Austin No. 667; Read to the Massachusetts Medical                 of title page between title and imprint (perhaps
Society, at the request of the council ...; [2], 16 p. 22         containing an author statement) excised; "Concerning
cm.; Caption title: Dissertation on the use of blisters in        the diseases to which seamen are most liable" : p.
diseases of the articulations; DNLM, MBM, MWA,                    5-23; "Virtues of medicines and their doses" : p.
NNNAM.                                                            23-27; This may be the same as the work published in
   Reel: 38                                                       Philadelphia in 1795, with title : Directions for
                                                                  medicine chests, Bankson and Stuart; With a short
Dick, Elisha Cullen, 1762-1825.                                   treatise, of the diseases most incident to seamen; By
   Doctor Dick's instructions for the nursing and                 Dr. Stuart; Cf. Sabin 93166, attributed on evidence of
management of lying-in women: with some remarks                   a Philadelphia directory to Dr. James Stuart; DNLM.
concerning the treatment of new-born infants.                         Reel: 38
Alexandria [D. C.] Printed by Thomas and Westcott.
1798                                                              Disborough, Henry.
Infant, Newborn, Diseases; Labor; Nursing                            An inaugural dissertation on cholera infantum.
Austin No. 668; 16 p. 21.5 cm.; Evans 33635; MWA.                 Philadelphia, Budd and Bartram. 1798
   Reel: 38                                                       Cholera
                                                                  Austin No. 675; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 33641;
Dickinson, Jonathan, 1688-1747.                                   Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
   Observations on that terrible disease vulgarly                 ICJ, MBM, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
called the throat-distemper.                                         Reel: 38
Boston, S. Kneeland & T. Green. 1740
Diptheria                                                         Dix, William, d. 1799.
Austin No. 669; With advices as to the method of cure;               An inaugural dissertation on the dropsy.
In a letter to a friend; [2], 11, [1] p. 18 cm.; Evans            Worcester, Massachusetts, Isaiah Thomas, Jun. 1795
4503; CtY-M, MBM, *MWA, NNNAM.                                    Edema
   Reel: 38                                                       Austin No. 676; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 28572; Thesis
                                                                  (B.M.)--Harvard; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M,
                                                                  MWA, NNNAM.
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Dorsey, John Syng, 1783-1818.                                   Dorsey, John Syng, 1783-1818.
    Elements of surgery: for the use of students.                  Syllabus or heads of lectures on the materia
Philadelphia, Published by Edward & Richard Parker              medica, delivered in the University of Pennsylvania.
[etc.] Joseph R. A. Skerett, printer. 1818                      Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by William Fry.
Surgery                                                         1817
Austin No. 679; 2d ed., with additions ...; 2 v. 27             Pharmacology
plates; 22 cm.; Added engraved title pages with                 Austin No. 682; 48 p. 21 cm.; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
vignettes of the University of Pennsylvania and                 MWA, MdU-D, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP,
Pennsylvania Hospital; A new plate (xxv) signed by              PPC, PU.
the author, has been added; Largely a reprint of the               Reel: 39
first edition with additional footnotes, case histories,
and a new section on hare-lip in v. 2; CU-M, CtY-M,             Douglas, Luke.
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,                            An experimental inquiry into the function of the
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,                         liver, both in the foetus and adult; in which the most
PPC, PPF(vol. 1), PPHa (vol. 1), ScMS (vol. 2); The             popular doctrines respecting the function of this organ
order of names of publishers, appearing first in                are examined, and that of Dr. Rush adopted and
imprint, vary in some copies.                                   vindicated.
    Reel: 39                                                    New-York, John Forbes & Co. 1816
                                                                Gallbladder; Liver; Pancreas; Spleen; Thymus Gland;
Dorsey, John Syng, 1783-1818.                                   Thyroid Gland
    Elements of surgery: for the use of students.               Austin No. 683; Also, an experimental inquiry into the
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker [etc.] W.              function of the spleen, gall bladder, pancreas, thyroid
Brown, printer. 1813                                            and thymus glands, and capsulae renales: being an
Surgery                                                         inaugural dissertation ... 59 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--College
Austin No. 678; 2 v. 26 plates; 22 cm.; Vol. 1 has              of Physicians and Surgeons, New York; CtY-M,
added engraved title page with vignette of                      DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP,
Pennsylvania Hospital; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                  PPC, PPL.
ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                           Reel: 39
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNNAM, NNU-M (vol.
1), OClM, OkU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PPL, ScMS.                    Douglass, John.
    Reel: 39                                                       An experimental essay, on mercury.
                                                                Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
Dorsey, John Syng, 1783-1818.                                   Oswald. 1805
   An essay on the lithontriptic virtues of the gastric         Mercury
liquor.                                                         Austin No. 684; 29 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh                   Pennsylvania; DNLM, IEN-M, MWA, NNNAM,
Maxwell. 1802                                                   PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Gastric Juice                                                      Reel: 39
Austin No. 680; 30, [1] p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
of Pennsylvania; "Erratum" : p. [31]; CtY-M, DLC,               Douglass, William ca.1691-1752.
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                            The practical history of a new epidemical eruptive
PU, ScMS.                                                       miliary fever, with an angina ulcusculosa, which
   Reel: 39                                                     prevailed in Boston New-England in the years 1735
                                                                and 1736.
Dorsey, John Syng, 1783-1818.                                   Boston, N. E., Thomas Fleet. 1736
    Inguinal aneurism cured by tying the external iliac         Diptheria
artery in the pelvis.                                           Austin No. 690; [4], ii, 18 p. 20 cm.; Evans 4012;
[Philadelphia]. [1811]                                          CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ (photocopy), MBM,
Aneurysm; Iliac Artery; Pelvis                                  MWA, NNNAM.
Austin No. 681; 5 p. plate; 22 cm.; Caption title;                 Reel: 40
Separate, from the Eclectic repertory and analytical
review, v. 2, p. 111-115, Oct. 1811; Also republished           Douglass, William, ca.1691-1752.
in the New York medical and philosophical journal                  A practical essay concerning the small pox.
and review, v. 3, p. [165]-173, 1811; DNLM.                     Boston, D. Henchman [etc.]. 1730
    Reel: 39                                                    Smallpox
                                                                Austin No. 689; [4], iii, 38, [5] p.; Evans 3275; DLC
                                                                (copy incomplete), DNLM (microfilm copy),
                                                                *NNNAM.
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[Douglass, William] ca.1691-1752.                                 [Douglass, William] ca.1691-1752.
    The abuses and scandals of some late pamphlets in                Postscript to Abuses, &c. obviated.
favour of inoculation of the small pox, modestly                  [Boston, J. Franklin]. [1722]
obviated, and inoculation further consider'd in a letter          Smallpox Vaccine
to A- S- M.D. & F.R.S. in London.                                 Austin No. 688; Being a short and modest answer to
Boston, J. Franklin. 1722                                         matters of fact maliciously misrepresented in a late
Smallpox Vaccine                                                  doggrel dialogue; 8 p. 17 cm.; Evans 2333 (slightly
Austin No. 685; [4], 11 p. 17 cm.; Evans 2331 ([4], 18            variant title, with imprint); Caption title; Usually
p., probably including the Postscript); William                   found with copies of the main work: The abuses and
Wagstaffe identified William Douglass as author and               scandals of some late pamphlets; G. L. Kittredge states
Alexander Stuart as recipient when he appended this               that the Postscript was issued separately ("Some lost
and other letters by Douglass to his A letter to Dr.              works of Cotton Mather" in Mass. Hist. Soc.,
Freind, shewing the danger and uncertainty of                     Proceedings, v. 45 (1912) p. 457); It is a reply to Isaac
inoculating the small pox (London, 1722); In the letter           Greenwood's A friendly debate; or, A dialogue,
(dated "Feb. 15th, 1721, 22") "the late calumnys of               between Academicus, and Sawny & Mundungus
some inoculators, particularly in a little book called A          (Boston, 1722); DNLM.
vindication of the ministers, are ... considered."; Cf. p.           Reel: 40
[4]; DLC, DNLM, NNNAM.
    Reel: 40                                                      Dow, Jabez.
                                                                    Bill of mortality for Kensington, New Hampshire;
[Douglass, William] ca.1691-1752.                                 compiled from the record of Jeremiah Fogg.
    A dissertation concerning inoculation of the                  Dover. 1802
small-pox, giving some account of the rise, progress,             Mortality
success, advantages and disadvantages of receiving                Austin No. 691; 15 p.; DLC.
the small pox by incisions: illustrated by sundry cases             Reel: 40
of the inoculated.
Boston, N. E., D. Henchman [etc.]. 1730                           Dow, Jabez.
Smallpox Vaccine                                                      A nosological arrangement of topical
Austin No. 686; [6], 28 p. 17 cm.; Evans 3274;                    inflammations, with their definitions and etymologies.
DNLM, MWA, NNNAM.                                                 Dover, John Mann. 1817
    Reel: 40                                                      Inflammation
                                                                  Austin No. 692; 12 p. 18.5 cm.; Nh.
[Douglass, William] ca.1691-1752.                                     Reel: 40
    Inoculation of the small pox as practised in Boston,
consider'd in a letter to A-- S-- M.D. & F.R.S. in                Downey, William.
London.                                                              An investigation of the properties of the
Boston, J. Franklin. 1722                                         Sanguinaria canadensis; or puccoon.
Smallpox Vaccine                                                  [Philadelphia] Printed for the author, by Eaken &
Austin No. 687; [4], 20 p. 17 cm.; Evans 2332; The                Mecum. [1803]
letter, dated from Boston Dec. 20, 1721, is unsigned;             Plants, Medicinal
William Wagstaffe identified William Douglass as                  Austin No. 693; 34 p. front; 20 cm.;
author and Alexander Stuart as recipient when he                  Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
appended extracts from this and two subsequent letters            DNLM, ELRCS, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC,
by Douglass to his A letter to Dr. Freind, shewing the            NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
danger and uncertainty of inoculating the small pox                  Reel: 40
(London 1722) Cf. G. L. Kittredge, "Some lost works
of Cotton Mather," Mass. Hist. Soc., Proceedings, v.              Downing, J.
45 (1912) p. 457; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM.                                  A treatise on the disorders incident to horned cattle.
    Reel: 40                                                      Philadelphia, Anthony Finley. 1813
                                                                  Cattle Diseases
                                                                  Austin No. 694; 95, [1] p. 18 cm.; MWA.
                                                                     Reel: 40

                                                                  D'Oyley, Daniel.
                                                                     A physiological essay on the glands, termed
                                                                  vesiculae seminales.
                                                                  Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
                                                                  Oswald. 1806
                                                                  Testis
                                                                  Austin No. 695; 25 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                  Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
                                                                  NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScCM.
                                                                     Reel: 40



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Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852.                                        Drugs & medicines.
    An appeal to the justice of the intelligent and              [Philadelphia] James Humphreys. [1800]
respectable people of Lexington.                                 Drugs
Cincinnati, Looker, Reynolds & Co. 1818                          Austin No. 700; On Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock
Ethics                                                           at the Auction Store, will be sold an invoice of fresh
Austin No. 696; 23 p.; Signed: Daniel Drake,                     drugs and medicines ... Samuel Yorke, auctioneer.
Cincinnati, Ohio, July 10, 1818; "The object of the              Philadelphia, May 26th, 1800. Broadside; 28.5 cm.;
another ... is not so much to retort invective upon his          MWA.
aggressor [Dr. B. W. Dudley] as to vindicate himself                 Reel: 40
from the charge of having made an attempt to destroy
the Medical College of the Transylvania University,              Drysdale, Thomas, 1770-1798.
while a professor in that institution." -- p. [2]; The              Tentamen medicum inaugurale varia de hepate
controversy related chiefly to the circumstances of              proferens.
Drake's resignation from the medical faculty of                  Philadelphiae, Apud Thomas Dobson. [1794]
Transylvania; Dr. Dudley's accusations, summarized               Liver Diseases
in fourteen points on p. 11-12, had been                         Austin No. 701; [6], 37 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26914
communicated to Drake through letters from others;               (Tentamen varia de hepate proferens; Philadelphiae,
Dudley replied in a published letter "To Dr. Drake"              Impensis T. Dobson, 1794. pp. (2), 37);
from Lexington, Sept. 25, 1818; Drake's rejoinder,               Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Half title: De
dated Oct. 6, 1818, was published in Cincinnati as "A            muneribus quibusdam et inflammatione hepatis; DLC,
second appeal."; DNLM (microfilm copy), *OCHP.                   DNLM, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP,
    Reel: 40                                                     PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                    Reel: 40
Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852.
   An inaugural discourse on medical education;                  Ducachet, Henry William, 1796-1865.
delivered at the opening of the Medical College of                   An inaugural essay on the action of poisons.
Ohio, in Cincinnati, November 11th, 1820.                        New-York, Van Winkle, Wiley, & Co. 1817
Cincinnati, Ohio, Looker, Palmer and Reynolds. 1820              Poisoning; Poisons
Education, Medical                                               Austin No. 702; 84 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--College of
Austin No. 697; By Daniel Drake, M.D., president of              Physicians and Surgeons, New York; Original printed
the institution ... 31 p. 17 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM,                   covers bound in; "Theses, or propositions defended in
LNT-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, NNU-M,                           this dissertation": p. [81]-84; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
PPAmP, PPL.                                                      MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PHi,
   Reel: 40                                                      PPC, ScCM.
                                                                     Reel: 40
Drake, Daniel, 1785-1852.
    A second appeal to the justice of the intelligent and        Dudley, Benjamin Winslow, 1785-1870.
respectable people of Lexington.                                    A sketch of the medical topography of Lexington
Cincinnati, Looker, Reynolds & Co. 1818                          and its vicinity.
Ethics                                                           Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1806
Austin No. 698; 34 p. 18 cm.; Dated (p. 32) Oct. 6,              Environmental Health
1818; A rejoinder to Dr. B. W. Dudley's published                Austin No. 703; 21 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
letter "To Dr. Drake" dated Sept. 25, 1818; Drake had            Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,
published in Cincinnati his An appeal to the justice of          NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
the ... people of Lexington, dated July 10, 1818; The               Reel: 40
controversy concerned chiefly the circumstances of
Drake's resignation from the medical faculty of
Transylvania University; "Note" (concerning the
election of the professors of medicine at
Transylvania): p. [33]-34; DNLM, NNNAM
(photocopy).
    Reel: 40

Drayton, Charles, d. 1844.
   An essay on the partial and concealed inversion of
the uterus.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1809
Uterus
Austin No. 699; [6], 50 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
of Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MWA, PPAmP,
PPC, PPL, PU.
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Duncan, Andrew, 1744-1828.                                       Dyckman, Jacob, 1788-1822.
    Observations on the distinguishing symptoms of                 An inaugural dissertation on the pathology of the
three different species of pulmonary consumption, the            human fluids.
catarrhal, the apostematous, and the tuberculous; with           New-York, Printed for the author by Van Winkle and
some remarks on the remedies and regimen best fitted             Wiley. 1814
for the prevention, removal, or alleviation of each              Body Fluids
species.                                                         Austin No. 709; 248 p. 21.5 cm.; Thesis--College of
Philadelphia, Published by Collins & Croft, W.                   Physicians and Surgeons, New York; *MWA, PPL.
Brown, printer. 1819                                               Reel: 40
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
Austin No. 705; To which is added, an appendix on                Dyott, Thomas W., 1771-1861.
the preparation and use of lactucarium, or                           Approved patent and family medicines, which are
lettuce-opium ... 1st American, from the 2d London               celebrated for the cure of most diseases, to which the
ed.; xix, [2], 155 p. 19 cm.; Includes preliminary               human body is liable, prepared only by the sole
matter of the 1813 edition and the 2d edition of 1816,           proprietor, T. W. Dyott, grandson of the late
both published in Edinburgh; Appendix (p. [131]-155)             celebrated Dr. Robertson of Edinburgh, and for sale in
consists largely of the author's Observations on the             Philadelphia only at the proprietor's wholesale and
preparation of soporific medicines, and other related            retail drug and family medicine warehouse.
contributions, extracted from the Memoirs of the                 [Philadelphia]. 1814
Caledonian Horticultural Society, v. 1-2; CtY-M,                 Drugs, Non-Prescription
DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,                              Austin No. 710; 25, [1] p. 21.5 cm.; A list of agents by
NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.                                        state : p. [23]-25; NcU.
    Reel: 40                                                         Reel: 40

Dunkel, Ernestus A.                                              Eddy, Thomas, 1758-1827.
    An inaugural dissertation on chorea Sancti Viti.                 Hints for introducing an improved mode of treating
Baltimore, John Wane. 1815                                       the insane in the asylum; read before the governors of
Huntington Chorea                                                the New-York Hospital, on the 4th of fourth-month,
Austin No. 706; 22 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of              1815.
Maryland; Errata slip, in manuscript, mounted on p.              [New York], Printed for the use of the governors. 1815
[2] Correction (not included in errata) in manuscript,           Hospitals, Psychiatric; Mental Disorders
p. 13; DNLM.                                                     Austin No. 712; 18 p.; Probably printed by the same
    Reel: 40                                                     printers (Samuel Wood & Sons) as the other edition of
                                                                 the same year which has fuller imprint; The author
Duvall, Grafton, 1780-1841.                                      acknowledges his indebtedness to Samuel Tuke's
   An experimental botanico-medical essay on the                 Description of the Retreat ... near York, often adopting
Melia azedarach of Linnaeus.                                     "the language and opinions" of this work; Includes (p.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh                    12-18) suggested regulations for the Lunatic Asylum
Maxwell. 1802                                                    of the New York Hospital, and proposals for an
Plants, Medicinal                                                asylum outside the city; The latter led to the
Austin No. 707; 53 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of              establishment of Bloomingdale Asylum in 1818; Cf.
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MWA,                      W. L. Russell, The New York Hospital: a history of
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                       the psychiatric service; New York, 1945, p. 120-124;
   Reel: 40                                                      *DLC, DNLM (microfilm copy), MBM, NHi.
                                                                     Reel: 40
Dyckman, Jacob, 1788-1822.
    A dissertation on the pathology of the human                 Eddy, Thomas, 1758-1827.
fluids.                                                             Memoir of the late John Murray, Jun.
New-York, Printed for the author by Van Winkle and               New-York, E. Conrad. 1819
Wiley. 1814                                                      Austin No. 714; Read before the governors of the
Body Fluids                                                      New-York Hospital, ninth month, fourteenth, 1819 ...
Austin No. 708; 248 p. 23 cm.; An expansion of the               Published by order of the governors; 17, 3 p. 21 cm.;
author's thesis, "originally submitted, in manuscript, to        "Appendix ... Communications ... from the Daily
the ... Trustees of the College of Physicians and                advertiser of the 2d and 4th of October, 1819" : 3 p. at
Surgeons, in May, 1813, for the ... medical doctorate            end; DNLM, IEN-M, MWA, NHi (lacks Appendix),
in the University of New-York."--Pref.; CtY-M, DLC,              NNC, NNNAM, (lacks Appendix), PHi, PPAmP, PPL
DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,                             (lacks Appendix).
PPC, PU.                                                            Reel: 40
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Edelen, Philip R.                                                 Elliott, Sir John, bart., 1736-1786.
    A view of the prevailing theories of inflammation.                The medical pocket-book; for those who are, and
Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1815                                    for all who wish, to be, physicians.
Inflammation                                                      Philadelphia, Robert Bell. 1784
Austin No. 715; [2], v, [9]-66 p. 21 cm.;                         Medicine
Thesis--University of Maryland; Includes a refutation             Austin No. 719; Containing a short but plain account
(p. 32-55) of John Hunter's theory of inflammation, set           of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the
forth in his Treatise on the blood, inflammation, and             diseases incident to the human body: including such as
gun-shot wounds; DLC, DNLM.                                       require surgical treatment: together with the virtues,
    Reel: 40                                                      and doses, of medicinal compositions, and simples;
                                                                  Extracted from the best authors ... by John Elliot,
Elegiac poem, on the death of Dr. Benjamin                        M.D.; 74 p. 20 cm.; Evans 18456; With DNLM copy
Rush…who fell a victim to the prevailing typhus                   is bound as issued pt. [1] of Bell, Robert, firm,
fever, on the 19th of April, 1813.                                booksellers, Philadelphia; New and old, medical,
Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley, William                surgical, and chemical works; [Philadelphia, 1784];
Fry, printer. 1813                                                DNLM also has a second copy with which is bound as
Austin No. 716; 32 p. 22 cm.; Dedicated "to the                   issued a complete copy of the same bookseller's
students of medicine in the University of                         catalog; DNLM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM,
Pennsylvania."; John Syng Dorsey has been suggested               PPAmP, PPC.
as author; DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPL,                           Reel: 41
PU.
   Reel: 40                                                       Elmer, Jonathan, 1745-1817.
                                                                     Dissertatio medica, inauguralis, de sitis in febribus
Eliot, Ephraim.                                                   causis et remediis.
   Medicine boxes, for any voyages, with directions               Philadelphiae, Apud Henricum Miller. 1771
suitable to their contents, are prepared by Ephraim               Fever
Eliot.                                                            Austin No. 724; [4], 23 p. 18 cm.; Evans 12035;
[Boston]. [ca. 1820]                                              Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DNLM, PHi,
Drugs                                                             PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 717; 6 p. 18.5 cm.; MBM.                                  Reel: 41
   Reel: 41
                                                                  Ely, Ezra Stiles, 1786-1861.
Elliott, Sir John, bart., 1736-1786.                                  Conversations on the science of the human mind.
    The medical pocket-book.                                      Philadelphia, Printed for the author. Sold by A. Finley,
Boston, Printed by Joseph Bumstead, for David West                ... William Fry, printer. 1819
[etc.]. 1791                                                      Psychology
Medicine                                                          Austin No. 725; 228 p. 18 cm.; *DLC, MWA, PHi.
Austin No. 720; Containing a short but plain account                  Reel: 41
of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the
diseases incident to the human body. Including such as            Ely, Ezra Stiles, 1786-1861.
require surgical treatment: together with the virtues                The journal of the stated preacher to the hospital
and doses of medicinal compositions and simples;                  and almshouse in the city of New York, for the year of
Extracted from the best authors, and digested into                our Lord 1811.
alphabetical order; The 10th ed., with additions and              New-York, Published by Whiting and Watson; J.
corrections ...; vii, 117 p. 15 cm.; Evans 23348;                 Seymour, printer. 1812
DNLM, MBM, MWA, PU.                                               Hospitals; Pastoral Care
    Reel: 41                                                      Austin No. 726; 300 p. 18.5 cm.; The preface by
                                                                  Phillip Milledoler gives Ezra Stiles Ely as the author;
Elliott, Sir John, bart., 1736-1786.                              DLC, *MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PHi, PPL.
    The medical pocket-book.                                         Reel: 41
New-York, T. Allen. 1793
Medicine                                                          Ely, Ezra Stiles, 1786-1861.
Austin No. 721; Containing a short but plain account                 The second journal of the stated preacher to the
of the symptoms, causes, and methods of cure, of the              hospital and almshouse, in the city of New-York, for a
diseases incident to the human body; including such as            part of the year of Our Lord 1813.
require surgical treatment: ... 3. ed., with additions and        Philadelphia, Published by M. Carey; G. Palmer,
corrections; v, [vi], 169, [4] p. 14 cm.; CtY-M,                  printer. 1815
*MBM, MWA, PPC.                                                   Hospitals
    Reel: 41                                                      Austin No. 727; With an appendix ...; 255 p. 20 cm.;
                                                                  DLC, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNS, PPAmP, PHi, *PPL.
                                                                     Reel: 41




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Emerson, Samuel, 1765-1851.                                    Evans, George.
    An oration on medicine.                                       An inaugural essay on the rheumatic state of fever.
Portland, E. A. Jenks. 1801                                    Philadelphia, Printed by James Humphreys for the
Medicine                                                       author. 1805
Austin No. 728; Delivered at Berwick, the first                Rheumatic Fever
Wednesday in June, 1801; Before the Medical society            Austin No. 737; 38 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
of the country of York. ...; 24 p. 22 cm.; CtY-M,              Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA,
*DLC, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC.                                    NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, Ppi, PU, ScCM.
    Reel: 41                                                      Reel: 41
Emerson, William, 1769-1811.                                   Everett, Charles.
    A discourse, delivered in the First Church, Boston,           An inaugural dissertation on the function of
on the anniversary of the Massachusetts Humane                 menstruation.
Society.                                                       Philadelphia, S. H. Smith. [1795]
Boston, Munroe & Francis. 1807                                 Menstruation; Menstruation Disorders
Austin No. 729; June 9, 1807 ...; 39 p. 23 cm.; Caption        Austin No. 738; 36 p. 18 cm.; Evans 28645;
title (p. [5]) : Respiration; "Appendix" (p. 23-39)            Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
includes "accounts of several shipwrecked mariners,"           PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
correspondence and other documents concerning the                 Reel: 41
Society, officers, and lists of deceased, active, and
honorary members; DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NHi,                    Ewell, James, 1773-1832.
NNNAM, PPL.                                                        The medical companion: treating, according to the
    Reel: 41                                                   most successful practice.
                                                               Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Anderson &
Erdmann, Charles.                                              Meehan. 1816
    Das gelbe Fieber in Philadelphia, in Jahr                  Dislocations; Dispensatories; Environmental Health;
eintausend siebenhundert acht und neunzig.                     Fractures; Genital Disease, Female; Medicine;
Philadelphia, Joseph R. Kämmerer und Comp. 1799                Pediatrics; Pharmacology; Plants, Medicinal
Yellow Fever                                                   Austin No. 739; I. The diseases common to warm
Austin No. 731; Nebst einer Liste der Todten, vom              climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in
1sten August, bis zum 31sten October, 1798 ...; 85             surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. III. The
(i.e. 89) p. 22 cm.; Evans 35449; DNLM, ICJ, PP.               complaints peculiar to women and children; With a
    Reel: 41                                                   dispensatory and glossary; To which are added, a brief
                                                               anatomy of the human body; an essay on hygeine [sic]
Ervin, Robert W.                                               or the art of preserving health and prolonging life; an
   An inaugural essay on the absorption of bile.               American materia medica, instructing country
Baltimore, Sergeant Hall. 1813                                 gentlemen in the very important knowledge of the
Austin No. 732; [4], 13 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University          virtues and doses of our medicinal plants; also, a
of Maryland; DLC, DNLM.                                        concise and impartial history of the capture of
   Reel: 41                                                    Washington, and the diseases which sprung from that
                                                               ... disaster; The 3d ed.--greatly improved ...; xvi, 694
An Essay on the venomous bite of the mad dog                   (i.e., 698) p. 22 cm.; First published in Philadelphia in
wherein is described the appearance of the disease in          1807 under title: The planter's and mariner's medical
dogs and in the human body, and the means of                   companion; DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, NHi, OClM,
prevention and cure pointed out; designed for all              PPC, PU.
classes of readers.                                                 Reel: 42
Dover, N.H., Samuel Bragg Jun. 1804
Rabies
Austin No. 733; 26 p. 19 cm.; NHi.
   Reel: 41

Essentia Amara.
[Philadelphia?]. [ca. 1780]
Plants, Medicinal
Austin No. 734; Diese bittere Magen-Essenz, ist in
Verschleimung des Magens und der Gedärme eine
bewährte Medicin; Broadside; fol.; PPL.
   Reel: 41

An Eulogium, &c. [on Benjamin Rush].
[Philadelphia?]. [1813]
Austin No. 736; 13 p. 17 cm.; NNNAM.
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Ewell, James, 1773-1832.                                         Fahrney, Peter.
    The planter's and mariner's medical companion:                  Blutreinigung.
treating, according to the most successful practice.             [Hagerstown, Maryland ?]. [ca. 1800]
Philadelphia, John Bioren. 1807                                  Blood
Dislocations; Dispensatories; Environmental Health;              Austin No. 748; Diese wird mit drey Quart kochend
Fractures; Genital Disease, Female; Medicine;                    Wasser in einem saubern erdenen Hafen angebrühet;
Pediatrics; Pharmacology                                         Zu haben bey Peter Farny; Broadside; 8vo.; PPL.
Austin No. 742; I. The diseases common to warm                      Reel: 42
climates and on ship board. II. Common cases in
surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. &c. III. The            Fahrney, Peter.
complaints peculiar to women and children; To which                  Das vortrefliche Rothe Heilpflaster.
are subjoined, a dispensatory, shewing how to prepare            [Hagerstown, Maryland ?]. [ca. 1804]
and administer family medicines, and a glossary,                 Therapeutics
giving an explanation of technical terms ...; xi, [4],           Austin No. 750; Dieses Pflaster wird verfertiget und
[xiii]-xvi, 328, [1] p. 22 cm.; "Recommendations. In             ist zu haben bey Peter Fahrny; Broadside; 8vo.; PPL.
testimony of the merits of this work": [4] p. inserted               Reel: 42
between p. [xii] and [xiii]; "Medicine chests ...
containing all the ... articles, recommended in this             Fair play is a jewel.
work ... [to] be had of Robert Harris, Jun., druggist ...        New-York, Published by Elam Bliss, J. Seymour,
Philadelphia": p. [329]; DLC, DNLM, LNT-M,                       printer. 1819
MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                          Aneurysm
    Reel: 42                                                     Austin No. 752; 15 p. 23 cm.; Republishes an
                                                                 unsigned review (p. [3]-6) from the American medical
Ewell, Thomas, 1785-1826.                                        recorder, v. 2, 1819, p. 78-81, attacking Valentine
   The ladies medical companion: containing, in a                Mott's Reflections on securing in a ligature the arteria
series of letters, an account of the latest improvements         innominata, with an anonymous "Answer" (p. [7]-11)
and most successful means of preserving their beauty             defending Mott, which John Eberle, editor of the
and health; of relieving the diseases peculiar to the            American medical recorder, declined to publish;
sex, and an explanation of the offices they should               Includes Eberle's letter of refusal (p.12) and an
perform to each other at births.                                 anonymous letter to him (p. 13-15) protesting the
Philadelphia, William Brown. 1818                                decision. A certain Dr. Bacon (perhaps G. L. G.
Genital Disease, Female; Health; Pediatrics                      Bacon) mentioned in the letter to Eberle as requesting
Austin No. 744; Also, the best means of nursing,                 the publication of the "Answer," may have been its
preventing and curing the diseases of children ...; [6],         author; DNLM, NNNAM, PPAmP.
[v]-xix, [20]-308 p. fold; pl. 22 cm.; Plate imperfect;             Reel: 42
Contains only 2 of the 9 figures on the folding plate in
the 1817 ed.; A reissue of the author's Letters to ladies        Fairfield (N.Y.). College of Physicians and
(published by the same press in 1817) with a new title           Surgeons of the Western District.
page and a new "Note" by the author on the 2d prelim;               Ordinances of the College of Physicians and
leaf; DNLM, MBM, MWA, PPC, PU.                                   Surgeons of the Western District of the State of
   Reel: 42                                                      New-York.
                                                                 [n.p.]. [1813?]
Ewell, Thomas, 1785-1826.                                        Societies, Medical
   Notes on the stomach and secretion.                           Austin No. 751; 8 p. 24 cm.; Half title; Caption title:
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1805                       An abstract from the ordinances of the College of
Gastric Mucosa; Stomach                                          Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District;
Austin No. 746; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of              Dated May 1813 and signed: Jonathan Sherwood,
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, NNC,                        Register; Lists of the trustees and officers : p. [3-4]
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                      DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM.
   Reel: 42                                                         Reel: 42

Ewell, Thomas, 1785-1826.
   Statement of improvements in the theory and
practice of the science of medicine.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John Bioren.
1819
Medicine
Austin No. 747; 168 p. 23 cm.; A collection of papers
and addresses, most of them reprinted from
periodicals; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA
(copy incomplete), PPC, PPL, PU.
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Faithorn, John.                                               Faugeres, Peter, d. 1798.
    Facts and observations on liver complaints, and              A treatise on febris asthenica gravis, or the severe
bilious disorders in general; and on those                    asthenic continued fever.
derangements of that important organ, and of its              New-York, Harisson & Purdy. 1791
immediate or intimate connections, which most                 Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne
sensibly influence the biliary secretion ... connected        Austin No. 759; [iii]-vii, [9]-35 p. 20 cm.; Evans
by an appropriate and successful mode of treatment.           23364; DLC, DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, NNU-M,
Philadelphia, Hickman & Hazzard; [etc., etc.]. 1820           PPC.
Bile; Liver Diseases                                             Reel: 42
Austin No. 753; First American edition; xiv, 158 p. 24
cm.; First published in London in 1811; "Preface to           Faust, Bernhard Christoph, 1755-1842.
the fourth edition": p. [v]-xi; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ,                Catechism of health: for the use of schools, and for
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL,                      domestic instruction.
ScMS.                                                         Boston, William Spotswood, and H. & P. Rice,
    Reel: 42                                                  Philadelphia. 1795
                                                              Health Education
Fansher, Sylvanus.                                            Austin No. 760; Translated from the last improved
   Dr. Fansher's description of the small pox.                German edition of this work by J. H. Basse; 108 p.
[Philadelphia?]. [1808]                                       front., illus. 20 cm.; Evans 28654; DLC, *MBM,
Smallpox Vaccine                                              MdBJ-W, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 754; Broadside; fol.; Concerns tests for              Reel: 42
immunity taken at Stratford, Conn.; in 1806 and
Randolph, Vt.; in 1807; RPJCB.                                Faust, Bernhard Christoph, 1755-1842.
   Reel: 42                                                        The catechism of health; selected from the German
                                                              of Dr. Faust; and considerably improved by Dr.
Fansher, Sylvanus.                                            Gregory.
    Progress of vaccination in America.                       New-York, Printed by R. Wilson, for Samuel
[Plymouth?]. [1816?]                                          Campbell. 1798
Vaccination                                                   Health Education
Austin No. 755; By Dr. Fancher [sic] [Lists number            Austin No. 761; Published for the use of the citizens of
vaccinated and the number tested for small-pox by             the United States: at the recommendation of Dr. Rush
state for the years 1802-1815]; Broadside; Dated in           ... and Dr. Williamson ...; xii, iv, 146 p. 16 cm.; Evans
manuscript: February 1816, Plymouth, Mass; MHi.               33718 (Paging: xli [sic], iv, 146); Apparently
    Reel: 42                                                  reprinted from the Edinburgh edition of 1797; The
                                                              plates are omitted, although references to them are
Fansher, Sylvanus.                                            retained in the text; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM,
   Rules to be attended to during vaccination.                MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNS, OClM, PPC, PPL.
[Cambridge, Mass.?]. [ca.1809?]                                    Reel: 43
Vaccination
Austin No. 756; Broadside; 22 x 22 cm.; Signed:               Faust, Bernhard Christoph, 1755-1842.
Sylvanus Fansher, Inoculator to the United States'               Catechism of health; translated from the German of
Troops; DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM.                                  Doctor Faust and carefully improved by Dr. Gregory.
   Reel: 42                                                   Raleigh, Printed at the Star Office by Thomas
                                                              Henderson. 1812
Fansher, Sylvanus.                                            Health Education
   Vaccine Institution, for exterminating the small           Austin No. 762; 3d American ed; 90 p.; Entry from:
pox.                                                          Thornton, M. L. Bibliog. of North Carolina, Chapel
[Philadelphia]. [1808]                                        Hill, 1958 (item 4145).
Smallpox Vaccine                                                 Reel: 43
Austin No. 757; To navigators of vessels, and other
gentlemen bound on voyages ...; Broadside; fol.;              Faust, Bernhard Christoph, 1755-1842.
Signed: Sylvanius Fansher, agent, office of the                  A new guide to health.
Institution, Sansom's-Row, Philadelphia; RPJCB.               Newburyport, W. & J. Gilman. 1810
   Reel: 42                                                   Health Education
                                                              Austin No. 763; Compiled from the Catechism of Dr.
The Farmer's farrier: or, a compendium of farriery.           Faust: with additions and improvements, selected
Concord, N.H., G. Hough & D. Cooledge; George                 from the writings of medical men of eminence;
Hough, printer. 1810                                          Designed for the use of schools, and private families;
Cattle Diseases; Horse Diseases; Sheep Diseases;              124 p. 13.5 cm.; CtY-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
Swine Diseases                                                *NNNAM.
Austin No. 758; In four parts ... correctly compiled             Reel: 43
from Jewett's New-England farrier; 34, [2] p. 16 cm.;
DLC, *MWA.
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[Feke, Charles].                                                Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.
   Plain directions for the medicine chest.                         Terrible tractoration!!.
Newport, Printed at the Office of the Newport                   New-York, Samuel Stansbury. 1804
Mercury. 1801                                                   Therapeutics
Drugs                                                           Austin No. 769; A poetical petition against
Austin No. 764; 11 p. 16.5 cm.; Ascribed to Feke in             galvanising trumpery, and the Perkinistic Institution.
Cushing, William; Anonyms; Cambridge, [Mass.]                   In four cantos. Most respectfully addressed to the
1890, p. 410; MWA.                                              Royal College of Physicians, by Christopher Caustic
   Reel: 43                                                     [pseud.] ...; 1st American, from the 2d London ed.,
                                                                revised and corrected by the author, with additional
Female Hospitable Society of Philadelphia.                      notes; xxxv, [1], 192 p. 4 plates; 18 cm.; Half title: A
   Articles of association of the Female Hospitable             poetical petition, &c.; The author's name is revealed in
Society; entered into, and agreed on, at one of their           the publisher's preface, p. [v]; First published in
annual meetings.                                                London in 1803 under title: A poetical petition against
Philadelphia, Published by order of the Society,                tractorising trumpery; Published in Philadelphia in
William Fry, printer. 1814                                      1806 under title: The modern philosopher; or Terrible
Austin No. 765; 20 p. 16 cm.; NNNAM.                            tractoration!; "Errata" (followed by two additional
   Reel: 43                                                     extracts from reviews) : p. [xxxvi]; "Additional notes
                                                                to this American edition": p. [187]-192; CtY-M, DLC,
Fenwick, Martin.                                                DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
   An inaugural dissertation on mercury.                        NNC, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Baltimore, Sergeant Hall. 1813                                      Reel: 43
Mercury
Austin No. 766; [2], vii, 13 p. 21 cm.;                         Fever; an elegiac poem.
Thesis--University of Maryland; DNLM.                           Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John Ormrod.
   Reel: 43                                                     1799
                                                                Fever; Yellow Fever
Ferriar, John, 1761-1815.                                       Austin No. 770; Dedicated to the citizens of
    Medical histories and reflections.                          Philadelphia, by a citizen; 24 p. 22 cm.; Evans 35480;
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson, William               *DLC, PHi, PPC, PPL.
Fry, printer. 1816                                                 Reel: 43
Therapeutics
Austin No. 767; 1st American ed. ...; 4 v. in 1 (466 p.)        Ffirth, Stubbins, ca. 1775-1820.
23 cm.; Includes "Preface to the first edition of the              A treatise on malignant fever; with an attempt to
first volume," published in Warrington, Eng.; in 1792;          prove its non-contagious nature.
Vols.; 2 and 3 appeared in 1795 and 1798 in                     Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by B. Graves.
Manchester; The Philadelphia ed.; is apparently based           1804
on the altered and enlarged 2d London ed.; of 1810-13           Yellow Fever
in 4 v.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M,                   Austin No. 771; 60 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
MBM, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM,                          Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM,
NjR, OClM, PP, PPC, PPL, ScCM, ScMS.                            MWA, NHia, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
    Reel: 43                                                       Reel: 43

Fessenden, Thomas Green, 1771-1837.                             Fifield, Noah, 1783-1867.
   The modern philosopher; or Terrible tractoration!.               An address delivered before the Society for the
Philadelphia, From the Lorenzo Press of E. Bronson.             Reformation of Morals, in Weymouth and Braintree,
1806                                                            at their annual meeting, April 13, 1818.
Therapeutics                                                    Boston, Parmenter and Norton. 1818
Austin No. 768; In four cantos, most respectfully               Morals
addressed to the Royal College of Physicians, London.           Austin No. 772; 23 p. 24 cm.; DNLM, MBM.
By Christopher Caustick ...; 2d American ed., revised,              Reel: 43
corrected, and much enlarged by the author; xxxii, 271
p. 2 plates; 24 cm.; First published in London in 1803          Finley, Anthony, bookseller, Philadelphia (Pa.).
under title: A poetical petition against tractorising                Catalogue of books in medicine, surgery, anatomy
trumpery; The first American edition was published in           ... [etc.] for sale.
New York in 1804 under title: Terrible tractoration !!          [Philadelphia]. [1811]
A poetical petition against galvanising trumpery;               Bibliography of Medicine
"Additional notes" (from the 1st American ed.) : p.             Austin No. 773; 20 p. 17 cm.; Appended to Copeland,
[253]-260; "Additional notes by the author" : p.                Thomas; Observations on some of the ... diseases of
260-271; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, (copy lacks 2d plate),               the rectum and anus; Philadelphia, 1811; DNLM.
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS,                               Reel: 43
PHi, PP, PPC, PPL, PU.
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Fisher, James, 1774-1802.                                       Floyd, John, 1783-1837.
   An inaugural dissertation on that grade of the                  An experimental enquiry, into the medical
intestinal state of fever known by the name of                  properties of the Magnolia tripetala, and Magnolia
dysentery.                                                      acuminata.
Philadelphia, Ormrod & Conrad. [1797]                           Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
Dysentery                                                       Oswald. 1806
Austin No. 774; 52 p. 20 cm.; Evans 32131;                      Plants, Medicinal
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                 Austin No. 779; [2], xii, 13-33 p. fold. front. 19 cm.;
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.                            CtY-M, DNLM (copy incomplete), MBM, NNNAM,
   Reel: 43                                                     PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                   Reel: 43
[Fitch, Jabez] 1672-1746.
   An account of the numbers that have died of the              Foissin, Peter.
distemper in the throat, within the Province of                    An experimental inquiry into the modus operandi
New-Hampshire, with some reflections thereon.                   of stimuli upon the human body.
Boston, Printed for Eleazer Russel in Portsmouth                Philadelphia, Thomas and William Bradford. 1802
[N.H.]. 1736                                                    Physiology
Diptheria                                                       Austin No. 780; 36 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 775; July 26, 1736; [2], 14 p. 16 cm.;               Pennsylvania; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
Evans 4014; Attributed to Fitch in Sibley's Harvard             NNNAM, PPC, PU, ScMS.
graduates, Evans, and Sabin; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA.                     Reel: 43
   Reel: 43
                                                                [Folwell, Richard].
Flagg, Josiah Foster, 1764-1816?.                                  Short history of the yellow fever that broke out in
    [Cuts].                                                     the city of Philadelphia in July 1797; with a list of the
[Boston]. [1796]                                                dead, of the donations for the relief of the poor, and a
Dentistry                                                       variety of other interesting particulars.
Austin No. 776; Informs the public, that he practises in        Philadelphia, Richard Folwell. 1797
all the branches, with improvements ... at No. 47,              Yellow Fever
Newbury-street, Boston (1796); Broadside; 27 cm.;               Austin No. 781; 64 (i.e. 56), [16] p. 23 cm.; Evans
Evans 30427; MHi.                                               32138; Signatures: 4 leaves unsigned, B-H (without
    Reel: 43                                                    F), 2A-2B4; Because of pending legal suits, the
                                                                publication of certain documents (already printed) was
Fleet, John, 1766-1813.                                         suppressed; Signature F was cancelled and sig; E
   A discourse relative to the subject of animation,            apparently reprinted, with a note on p. 37 explaining
delivered before the Humane Society of the                      the omission of eight pages that were to follow; "197th
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their semiannual              Pennsylvania District copyright, issued to Richard
meeting June 13th, 1797.                                        Folwell, as author, 4 January 1798."--Evans; CtY-M,
Boston, John & Thomas Fleet. 1797                               DLC, DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPL,
Resuscitation                                                   PU.
Austin No. 777; 25 p. 22 cm.; Evans 32134;                         Reel: 43
"Authorities" (p. 16) include "the principal writers" to
whom the author is indebted; "Appendix" (p. 17-25)              [Folwell, Richard].
includes "Officers ... chosen Dec. 1796," list of                   Short history of the yellow fever that broke out in
members, communications to the Society, its financial           the city of Philadelphia in July 1797; with a list of the
report, and "treatment to be used with persons                  dead, of the donations for the relief of the poor, and a
apparently dead from drowning."; DLC, DNLM,                     variety of other interesting particulars.
MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL, RPJCB.                         Philadelphia, Richard Folwell. 1798
   Reel: 43                                                     Yellow Fever
                                                                Austin No. 782; 2d ed.; 64 (i.e. 56), [16] p. 22 cm.;
Fleet, John, 1766-1813.                                         Evans 33742; Pages 1-24 are reprinted (with some
   Dissertatio inauguralis medica, sistens                      changes in text) from the first edition of 1797; the
observationes ad chirurgiae operationes pertinentes ...         remainder of the book is a reissue of the sheets of the
quam ... eruditorum examini submittit Johannes Fleet.           first edition; DLC, DNLM, WMA, MnSRM, NHi,
Bostoniae, Typis Thomae Fleet, Jun. 1795                        NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.
Surgery                                                             Reel: 43
Austin No. 778; 11 p. 21 cm.; Evans 28679;
Thesis--Harvard; The author was the first to receive
the M.D. degree from Harvard; DNLM, MBM,
MH-M, MWA, PPC.
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Fordyce, George, 1736-1802.                                     Foushee, John H.
    Five dissertations on fever.                                   An inaugural essay on strictures in the urethra.
Boston, Published by Bradford & Read; N. Cheever,               Philadelphia, John Ormrod. 1799
printer. 1815                                                   Urethral Stricture
Fever                                                           Austin No. 787; 39, [1] p. plate. 21 cm.; Evans 35494;
Austin No. 783; First American ed.; from the latest             Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Half title:
English ed. of each respective dissertation; [4], 442,          Observations on strictures of the urethra; Errata slip
[2] p. 22 cm.; Each dissertation has special half-title         inserted at end; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MnSRM,
page; The London editions were published                        NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
1798-1803; Some corrections and changes were made                  Reel: 44
in the American edition; Cf; "Advertisement," p. [i]-ii;
CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA,                        Francis, John Wakefield, 1789-1861.
MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM,                            Case of interitis, accompanied with a preternatural
PPC.                                                            formation of the ileum.
    Reel: 44                                                    [New York]. [1810]
                                                                Enteritis; Ileum
Formulae selectae: or, A collection of prescriptions of         Austin No. 788; Communicated to the editors of the
eminent physicians, and the most celebrated patent              American medical and philosophical register ...; 4 p.
medicines; together with a syllabic view of mineral             col. Plate. 22 cm.; Caption title; Separate, from the
waters and poisons.                                             American medical and philosophical register, v. 1, p.
New-York, Published by R. Donaldson; Printed by                 35-40, July 1810; Plate hand colored; Dated at end:
C.S. Van Winkle. 1818                                           New-York, June 4th, 1810; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                         (copy lacks plate).
Austin No. 784; viii, 202 p. 23 cm.; "The Formulae                 Reel: 44
selectae is intended to be a companion to the
Dispensatory [i.e. William Lewis's The Edinburgh                Francis, John Wakefield, 1789-1861.
new dispensatory ... by Andrew Duncan, Jun. ... With               Cases of morbid anatomy.
large additions ... by Jacob Dyckman; New York,                 New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1815
1818] and not in any way to supersede its use ... The           Anatomy
Edinburgh nomenclature has been adopted [with some              Austin No. 789; Read before the Literary and
exceptions]"--Pref; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                      Philosophical Society of New-York, on the eighth of
IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, WMA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,                           June, 1815; 38 p. 2 plates. 27 cm.; DNLM, ELRCS,
NHi, NNNAM, NjR, OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.                          MBM, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PPC.
   Reel: 44                                                        Reel: 44

Forster, Isaac.                                                 Francis, John Wakefield, 1789-1861.
  An inaugural dissertation on dysentery.                           An inaugural dissertation on mercury, embracing
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1803                                  its medical history, curative action, and abuse in
Dysentery                                                       certain diseases.
Austin No. 785; 23 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--Columbia                  New York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1811
College; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PU.                        Mercury
  Reel: 44                                                      Austin No. 791; 56 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--College of
                                                                Physicians and Surgeons, New York; CtY-M, DLC,
[Foster, Jonathan, comp.].                                      DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MWiW, MdU-D,
    The domestic animals friend, or the complete                NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Virginia and Maryland farrier, being a copious                      Reel: 44
selection from the best treatises on farriery now extant
in the United States, in five parts.                            Francis, John Wakefield, 1789-1861.
Winchester, Va. Printed and published by J. Foster.               Letter on febrile contagion: addressed to David
1818                                                            Hosack.
Horse Diseases                                                  New-York, Printed by Clayton and Fanshaw. 1816
Austin No. 786; 436 p. 2 plates. 21 cm.; The                    Communicable Diseases
"introductory remarks" refer to the publisher and               Austin No. 792; 24 p. 25 cm.; DLC, DNLM, ELRCS,
compiler as to one person; Pages [v]-ix have: "Extract          MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
from Clark's introduction to his Treatise on the                  Reel: 44
prevention of diseases incidental to horses"; MWA.
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[Francis, John Wakefield] 1789-1861.                               Friends, Society of. Dover (N.H.).
   An historical sketch of the origin, progress, and                  A bill of mortality.
present state of the College of Physicians and                     [Dover, N.H.] James K. Remich. 1803
Surgeons, of the University of the State of New-York.              Mortality
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813                                   Austin No. 797; For the Society of Friends, in Dover
Austin No. 790; 52 p. front. 24 cm.; "Syllabus of the              N.H. from 1708, to 1791; Also a general bill of
several courses of lectures": p. 25-47; "Charter of the            mortality for Dover, N.H. ...; 25 p. 23 cm.;
College": p. 48-52; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,                      Contents.--Bill of mortality for the Society of
NNNAM, NNS, PPAmP, PPL.                                            Friends.--General bill of mortality from Dr. Belknap's
   Reel: 44                                                        History of N.H.--Bill of mortality for 1773-91 from
                                                                   the records of the late Nathaniel Cooper (p. 6-15)--Bill
Franklin, Augustus.                                                of mortality for 1792-1802 from Deacon Benjamin
    The American farrier: adapted for the convenience              Peirce's records (p. 16-25); DNLM.
of the farmer, gentleman, and smith; being a sure                     Reel: 44
guide to prevent and cure all maladies and distempers
that are incident to horses ... with a variety of other            [Fyfe, Andrew] 1754-1824.
valuable things relating to them: and also, for the                    A compendious system of anatomy.
diseases incident to cattle.                                       Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1790
Strasburg [Pa.] Brown & Bowman. 1803                               Anatomy
Cattle Diseases; Horse Diseases                                    Austin No. 798; In six parts; Part I. Osteology; II. Of
Austin No. 793; 290 p. 18 cm.; "A description of the               the muscles, etc.; III. Of the abdomen; Part IV. Of the
nature and progress of diseases; forming an                        thorax; V. Of the brain and nerves; VI. Of the senses;
appendix": p. [241]-270; DNLM, MWA.                                Illustrated with twelve large copperplates; Extracted
    Reel: 44                                                       from the American edition of the Encyclopaedia; now
                                                                   publishing; 105 p. 12 plates. 26 cm.; The article
[Franklin, Benjamin] 1706-1790.                                    "Anatomy" from the American edition of the
     Some account of the Pennsylvania Hospital; from               Encyclopaedia Britannica, published in parts 1790-98
its first rise, to the beginning of the fifth month, called        with title: Encyclopaedia; or, A dictionary of arts,
May, 1754.                                                         sciences, and miscellaneous literature; Based on the
Philadelphia, B. Franklin, and D. Hall. 1754                       3d ed., Edinburgh, 1797 (i.e. 1788-1797) which states
Austin No. 794; 40 p. 25 cm.; Evans 7197; "Not                     on p. xv of preface: "For whatever instruction may be
printed in any edition of Franklin, though undoubtedly             conveyed in the articles Anatomy and Surgery the
by him."--Ford, P. L. Franklin, bibliography, 1889, p.             public is indebted to Andrew Bell, F.S.S.A., one of the
51; "List of contributors": p. 39-40. Continuation of              proprietors, and ... Mr. Fyfe..."; Plates in 3d ed. of the
the Account of the Pennsylvania Hospital; from the                 Encyclopaedia Britannica signed: A. Bell; Those in
first of May 1754, to the fifth of May 1761. With an               the present work are copies; ten are signed: R. Scot,
alphabetical list of the contributors, and of the legacies         Philada; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, NNU-M, RPJCB.
... from its first rise to that time …Philadelphia, B.                 Reel: 44
Franklin, and D. Hall, 1761. [2], 41-77 p. 25 cm.;
Evans 8972; The Continuation was written not by                    Fyfe, Andrew, 1754-1824.
Franklin, but "by a Committee on Publication, of                       A compendium of the anatomy of the human body.
which Samuel Rhoads was chairman."--Morton, T. G.                  Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1802
History of the Pennsylvania Hospital, 1895, p. 48;                 Anatomy
"List of contributions and legacies" (p. 71-77) brought            Austin No. 801; Intended principally for the use of
down "to the 16th of July, 1761."; Cf. p. 77; Bound                students ...; This edition is prefixed with A
with the preceding; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                         compendious history of anatomy, and The Ruyschian
IEN-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, NNU-M,                             art and method of making preparations to exhibit the
NjR, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RHi, RPJCB.                     structure of the human body, illustrated with a
     Reel: 44                                                      representation of the quicksilver tray and its
                                                                   appendages, which is not in the London edition; 2 v. 1
Freitag, John Eberhard, 1764-1846.                                 illus. 19 cm.; Both volumes have also special title
   Der Deutsche Pferd-Arzt.                                        pages; CU-M (vol. 1), CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M
Easton, Pennsylvanien, Gedruckt bey Christ. Jac.                   (vol. 2), IU-M, LNT-M (vol. 1), MWA (vol. 1),
Hütter. 1809                                                       OClM, PPC, PPL.
Horse Diseases                                                         Reel: 45
Austin No. 796; v, [1], 90 p. 16.5 cm.; MWA.
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[Fyfe, Andrew] 1754-1824.                                         Gallup, Joseph Adams, 1769-1849.
    A compendious system of anatomy.                                 Sketches of epidemic diseases in the State of
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1792                                 Vermont; from its first settlement to the year 1815.
Anatomy                                                           Boston, Printed by T. B. Wait & Sons; sold by
Austin No. 799; In six parts; Part I. Osteology; II. Of           Bradford & Read [etc.]. 1815
the muscles, etc.; III. Of the abdomen; Part IV. Of the           Disease Outbreaks
thorax; V. Of the brain and nerves; VI. Of the senses;            Austin No. 809; With a consideration of their causes,
Illustrated with twelve large copperplates; Extracted             phenomena, and treatment; To which is added
from the American edition of the Encyclopaedia; Now               Remarks on pulmonary consumption ...; 419 p. 23
publishing; 438, [2] p. 12 plates. 21 cm.; Evans 24206;           cm.; Written to supply "more particular information
Publisher's advertising (medical works): [2] p. at end;           respecting the late northern epidemics," especially to
CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                           the physicians of Philadelphia; Cf. "Preliminary," p.
    Reel: 45                                                      [9]; "Remarks on pulmonary consumption": p.
                                                                  [378]-419; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
Gabriel, Peter.                                                   IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
   Kurzer Bericht vonder Pest; Dessen Ursprung,                   MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
Zeichen und Eigenschaft: Wieauch cinige                              Reel: 45
Haus-Mittel, Recepte, Rauchwerke, und politische
Verordnungen bey ansteckenden Krankheiten &c.                     Gamage, William, 1780-1818.
Chesnuthill, Samuel Saur. 1793                                       Some account of the fever which existed in Boston
Yellow Fever                                                      during the autumn and winter of 1817 and 1818.
Austin No. 805; [6], 56, [10] p.; Evans 25524; A                  Boston, Wells and Lilly. 1818
reprint of the edition printed in Stuttgart in 1640, with         Bloodletting; Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne
an appendix referring to the current yellow fever                 Austin No. 810; With a few general remarks on typhus
epidemic; PPG.                                                    fever ...; 86 p. 23 cm.; Originally "intended and
   Reel: 45                                                       prepared for the New-England journal of medicine
                                                                  and surgery."--Pref.; "The object of the following
Gale, T.                                                          publication, is to show the advantages to be derived
   Brief instructions for administering medical                   from blood-letting, in the disorder on which it treats"
electricity; intended as a mere substitute for a more             (printed on slip tipped to title page); DLC, DNLM,
comprehensive work, which work, containing                        MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL, PU.
electricity astronomically and medically, will be                    Reel: 45
offered to the public in a few months.
Hartford, Prined for the author. 1805                             Gardiner, John, fl. 1758-1792.
Electrotherapy                                                       An inquiry into the nature, cause, and cure of the
Austin No. 806; v, [7]-21 p. 16.5 cm.; DLC.                       gout, and of some of the diseases with which it is
   Reel: 45                                                       connected.
                                                                  Philadelphia, William Spotswood. 1793
Gale, T.                                                          Gout
   Electricity, or ethereal fire, considered: 1st.                Austin No. 811; 216 p. 18 cm.; Evans 25526;
naturally, as the agent of animal and vegetable life: 2d.         Previously published in Edinburgh in 1792; Contents
astronomically, or as the agent of gravitation and                are the same in the Philadelphia edition; CtY-M, DLC,
motion: 3d. medically, or its artificial use in diseases.         DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,
Troy [N.Y.] Moffitt & Lyon. 1802                                  OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.
Electrotherapy                                                       Reel: 45
Austin No. 807; Comprehending both the theory and
practice of medical electricity; and demonstrated to be           Gardiner, John Sylvester John, 1765-1830.
an infallible cure of fever, inflammation, and many                  A sermon, delivered at Trinity Church, March 25,
other diseases: constituting the best family physician            1810.
ever extant...; 276, [4] p. 17 cm.; Binder's title: Gale's        Boston, Munroe and Francis. 1810
Family physician; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,                   Austin No. 812; On the decease of Doctor James
MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM,                           Lloyd ...; 22 p. 22 cm.; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,
PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPF, PPL.                                         NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP.
   Reel: 45                                                          Reel: 46

Gallup, Joseph Adams, 1769-1849.                                  Gardiner, Silvester, 1707-1786.
   Pathological reflections on general diseased action.              To the freeholders and other inhabitants of the
Montpelier, Vt., E.P. Walton. 1819                                town of Boston, in town meeting assembled, March,
Pathology                                                         1761.
Austin No. 808; Read before the Vermont Medical                   [Boston]. [1761]
Society, October 15, 1819 ...; 20 p. 23 cm.; The author           Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine
was president of the Vermont Medical Society;                     Austin No. 813; [Concerning the establishment of a
DNLM, MWA, NNNAM.                                                 hospital for small-pox]; Broadside. 38.5 cm.; Evans
   Reel: 45                                                       8862; MHi.
                                                                     Reel: 46

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Gartley, Samuel.                                                Gibbons, William, 1781-1845.
   An inaugural dissertation on that species of hernia             An inaugural essay on hypochondriasis.
called bubonocele.                                              Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Joseph
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh                   Rakestraw. 1805
Maxwell. 1801                                                   Hypochondriasis
Hernia, Inguinal                                                Austin No. 819; 24 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 814; 30 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,                       NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                             Reel: 46
   Reel: 46
                                                                Gibson, William, 1788-1868.
Geddy, John G.                                                     Strictures on "Mr. Pattison's reply to certain oral
   An experimental essay on the absorption of                   and written criticisms".
medicines.                                                      Philadelphia, James Maxwell. 1820
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh                   Austin No. 820; [2], 56 p. 25 cm.; Pattison's "Reply to
Maxwell. 1802                                                   certain oral and written criticisms" was published in
Absorption                                                      the American medical recorder, 1820, v. 3, p.
Austin No. 815; 33 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             351-371; DNLM, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, PHi,
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                       PPC, PPL.
MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                          Reel: 46
   Reel: 46
                                                                Giraud, Jean Jacques, 1759-1839.
Genuine French Creek Seneca Oil, an excellent and                  Doctor Giraud's specific and universal salt, for the
approved medicine, may be had in Springfield, of Mr.            venereal disease, and all the venereal affections which
Jesse Stewart, nigh Mr. Roll's tavern.                          are the result of it.
[Springfield, N.J.?]. [1797?]                                   [Baltimore]. [ca. 1800]
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                         Venereal Diseases
Austin No. 816; A short account of this oil, its virtues        Austin No. 822; 7 p. 20.5 cm.; NNNAM.
and uses… Broadside; NNNAM.                                        Reel: 46
   Reel: 46
                                                                Glover, Joseph, 1778-1840.
Georgia (Colony). Laws, statutes, etc.                             An attempt to prove that digestion, in man, depends
   An act to oblige ships and other vessels coming              on the united causes of solution and fermentation.
from places infected with epidemical distempers, to             Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1800
perform quarantain.                                             Digestion
[Savannah, James Johnston]. [1763]                              Austin No. 823; 65 p. 21 cm.; Evans 37527;
Quarantine                                                      Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM,
Austin No. 817; 3 p. 25.5 cm.; Dated at end : April 24,         MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,
1760; RPJCB.                                                    RPJCB, ScMS.
   Reel: 46                                                        Reel: 46

Georgia Medical Society, Savannah.                              Glover, Joseph, 1778-1840.
    The substance of a report, read before the Georgia             A case of hydrocephalus, read before the Medical
Medical Society, by a committee of its members,                 Society of South-Carolina, on the first of July, 1818,
February 4, 1809; in obedience to the following                 and published at their request.
resolution: "That a committee ... be appointed to report        Charleston, A. E. Miller. 1818
... on the injurious consequences, which result to the          Austin No. 824; 16 p. 22 cm.; DNLM, NNNAM, PPC.
inhabitants of Savannah, from the cultivation of the               Reel: 46
contiguous low grounds in rice; and what would be the
probable effects that would arise, from a change in the         Glover, Joseph, 1778-1840.
mode of their cultivation.".                                        An oration delivered by appointment, before the
Savannah, Everitt & Evans. 1809                                 Medical Society of South-Carolina, at their
Environmental Health                                            anniversary meeting, on the 24th December, 1809.
Austin No. 818; Published at the request of the                 Charleston, S.C., J. Hoff. 1810
citizens of Savannah; 34 p. 25 cm.; "An investigation           Austin No. 825; And published at their request ...; 32
of the causes which have produced ... the present state         p. fold; table; 22 cm.; DNLM, MH-M.
of ... [the city's] autumnal atmosphere, from which                 Reel: 46
four-fifths of our diseases are derived; and an
examination of the means ... to prevent and destroy
them, will form the two divisions of our report."--p. 6;
DNLM, NHi.
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Goodwyn, Edmund, 1756-1829.                                      Graves, Robert, 1763-1849.
    The connexion of life with respiration; or, An                    A pocket conspectus of the London and Edinburgh
experimental inquiry into the effects of submersion,             pharmacopoeias: wherein the virtues, uses, and doses,
strangulation, and several kinds of noxious airs, on             of the several articles and preparations contained in
living animals: with an account of the nature of the             those works, are concisely stated; their pronunciation
disease they produce; its distinction from death itself;         ... is distinctly marked; and a variety of other
and the most effectual means of cure.                            particulars respecting them given, calculated more
Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1805                                 especially for the use of junior practitioners.
Anoxia                                                           Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1803
Austin No. 826; xi, 61 p. 2 plates; 22 cm.; Apparently           Pharmacopoeias
reprinted from the London edition of 1788; CtY-M,                Austin No. 832; From the 2d London ed., corr.; and
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                                 improved; 132 p. 17 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
    Reel: 46                                                     IU-M, MBM, MWA, PPAmP, PPC.
                                                                      Reel: 46
[Gorman, John Berry] 1793-1864.
   Dissertation on the nature and treatment of the               Gray, Henry M.
typhus or nervous fever.                                            An inaugural dissertation on cynanche trachealis,
Milledgeville [Ga.] Printed for the author. 1819                 commonly called croup, hives, &c.
Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne                                    Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1805
Austin No. 828; 32 p. 20 cm.; DNLM.                              Laryngitis
   Reel: 46                                                      Austin No. 833; 20 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                 Pennsylvania; DNLM, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,
Gough, John Parker, d. 1829.                                     PPL, PU.
   An essay on cantharides: comprising, a brief                     Reel: 46
account of their natural history; an inquiry into their
mode of operation, and their use in diseases: with               Gray, Thomas, 1772-1847.
some remarks relative to the time when they should be               The value of life and charitable institutions.
employed.                                                        Boston, Hosea Sprague. 1805
Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1800                                  Charities
Cantharidin                                                      Austin No. 834; 46 p. 23 cm.; A discourse delivered
Austin No. 829; 43 p. 19 cm.; Evans 37536;                       before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM,                 Massachusetts, at their semi-annual meeting, June
MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM, NjR, PPAmP,                              11th, 1805… "Appendix" (p. 23-46) includes
PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.                                       communications addressed to the Humane Society,
   Reel: 46                                                      treasurer's report and other documents, names of
                                                                 officers, lists of deceased, active, and honorary
Graham, James, fl. 1791.                                         members, and "Resuscitative process" (instructions);
   Dissertatio medica inauguralis de scrophula.                  DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, PPL.
Philadelphia, Ex officina Gulielmi Young. 1791                      Reel: 46
Tuberculosis, Lymph Node
Austin No. 830; [3], 6-26 p. 21 cm.; Evans 23419                 Great Britain. Army.
(Disputatio medica inauguralis de scrophula;                         Proclamation.
Philadelphia, Apud Gulielmum Young, 1791. pp. 26);               [Philadelphia] Macdonald & Cameron. [1778]
Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DLC, DNLM,                      Public Health; Sanitation
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                Austin No. 835; By order of His Excellency Sir
   Reel: 46                                                      William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in
                                                                 chief, &c. &c. &c; Whereas the cartways of the ...
[Grainger, Samuel] ca.1685-1734.                                 streets ... are much incommoded with mud, dirt ...;
    The imposition of inoculation as a duty religiously          Broadside; 20.2 x 34 cm.; Evans 15823; Requiring the
considered in a letter [sic] to a gentleman in the               inhabitants of Philadelphia to remedy the dirty
country inclin'd to admit it.                                    condition of the streets, etc. endangering the health of
Boston in N. E., Nicholas Boone [etc.]. 1721                     His Majesty's subjects; Signed: Jos. Galloway,
Vaccination                                                      Superintendent-General; PPL.
Austin No. 831; [2], 28 p. Evans 2222; In manuscript                 Reel: 46
on title page of the original : Said to be written by
Master Grainger; G. L. Kittredge supports this
attribution in his introduction to Several reasons ... by
Increase Mather, Cleveland, 1921, p. 25-26; MHi,
DNLM (microfilm copy).
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Green, Enoch A.                                                 Gregory, James, 1753-1821.
   An inaugural dissertation, entitled, Observations                A dissertation on the influence of a change of
on the structure and habits of the lumbricus terrestris;        climate in curing diseases.
and a chemico-physiological enquiry on its                      Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson, William
respiration.                                                    Fry, printer. 1815
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. [1806]                    Environmental Health
Oligochaeta                                                     Austin No. 841; Translated from the original Latin,
Austin No. 837; 31 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             and enlarged with occasional notes: by William P. C.
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, *DLC, MBM, MWA,                            Barton.. 212 p. 25 cm.; "Written for his inaugural
MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                        thesis [Edinburgh] in the year 1774, under the title
   Reel: 46                                                     'Demorbis coeli mutatione medendis,' enlarged and
                                                                amended by the author in 1776 and republished in
Greenwood, Isaac.                                               1785 in the 'Thesaurus medicus Edinburgensis novus.'
   Isaac Greenwood, dentist ... acquaints the publick,          It is from this last edition that the translation is
that he continues to perform the necessary branches of          made."--Pref.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
that art.                                                       IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
[Boston]. [1789]                                                NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Dentistry                                                           Reel: 46
Austin No. 839; Broadside; 7.5 x 12 cm.; NNNAM.
   Reel: 46                                                     Gregory, John, 1724-1773.
                                                                   Lectures on the duties and qualifications of a
[Greenwood, Isaac] 1702-1745.                                   physician.
    A friendly debate; or, A dialogue, between                  Philadelphia, M. Carey & Son. 1817
Academicus, and Sawny & Mundungus, two eminent                  Ethics, Medical
physicians, about some of their late performances.              Austin No. 842; [2], vi, [5]-232 p. 19 cm.; "Published
Boston, in N. E. 1722                                           by the advice and with the approbation of the medical
Smallpox Vaccine                                                faculty of the University of
Austin No. 840; [2], ii, 24 p. 17 cm.; Evans 2339;              Pennsylvania.";--Publisher's note. p. [1]; Based upon
Probably printed by Bartholomew Green; Cf. T. J.                the second edition, London, 1772, revised and
Holmes, Cotton Mather, a bibliography, Cambridge,               enlarged by the author; Published in London in 1820
1940, p. 398, 400; Dedication to Zabdiel Boylston               under title: On the duties and qualifications of a
signed: Academicus; "By Isaac Greenwood with the                physician; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, LNT-M, MBM,
collaboration of Cotton Mather."--Holmes, p. 398; J.            MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPC,
C. Trumbull suggested Thomas Walter as author                   PU.
(Catalogue of the American library of the late Mr.                 Reel: 46
George Brinley, 1878-1893, no. 1647); A satire on the
opponents of smallpox inoculation at Boston, written            Gridley, Selah, 1767-1826?.
in defense of Dr. Boylston and his supporters;                      A dissertation, on the importance and associbility
"Academicus represents Isaac Greenwood and Cotton               of the human stomach, both in health and disease.
Mather jointly ... Sawny represents Dr. William                 Walton and Goss. 1816
Douglass, the leader of the forces opposed to                   Stomach; Stomach Diseases
inoculation ... Mundungus was John Williams, also an            Austin No. 843; Delivered before the Vermont
opposer."--Holmes, p. 398; A rejoinder by "Rusticus"            Medical Society, at their annual meeting in
was published in Boston in the same year under title:           Montpelier, Vt.; 24 p. 22 cm.; DNLM, MWA,
A friendly debate; or, A dialogue between Rusticus              NNNAM.
and Academicus; "Advertisement" (p. [2]) against a                  Reel: 46
book "lately published" by Dr. W. D. (i.e. William
Douglass' Inoculation of the smallpox as practised in           Griffen, Augustus Rupert.
Boston); "Appendix [on] the Mundungian language":                  An essay on the botanical, chemical, and medical
p. 22-24; DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM.                           properties of the Fucus edulis of Linnaeus.
    Reel: 46                                                    New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1816
                                                                Plants, Medicinal
                                                                Austin No. 844; 36 p. col. front. 21 cm.;
                                                                Thesis--College of Physicians and Surgeons, New
                                                                York; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,
                                                                NNNAM, PPC.
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Griffiths, Elijah, d. 1847.                                  Hale, Enoch, 1790-1848.
   An essay on ophthalmia, or inflammation of the               History and description of an epidemic fever,
eyes.                                                        commonly called spotted fever, which prevailed at
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.        Gardiner, Maine, in the spring of 1814.
1804                                                         Boston, Wells and Lilly. 1818
Eye Diseases                                                 Diptheria
Austin No. 845; 26 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of          Austin No. 851; xvi, 246 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DLC,
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                    DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
PHi, PPAmP, PPL, PU.                                         MWiW, MdU-D, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
   Reel: 46                                                  PPC, PPJ, PU.
                                                                Reel: 47
Gros, Adrien Armand.
    Rapport fait à la Société médicale sur la fievre         Hall, Jonathan P.
jaune qui a regné d'une manière épidemique pendant              Medicine boxes of all kinds, prepared in the best
l'été de 1817.                                               manner, by Jonathan P. Hall, at the sign of the Golden
Nouvelle-Orléans, J. C. de St. Romes. 1818                   Mortar, no. 1, Union Street, Boston.
Malaria                                                      [Boston] Thomas Adams. 1792
Austin No. 846; par Mm Gros et Gérardin ...; 62 p. 21        Drugs; Drugs, Non-Prescription
cm.; DNLM, LNT-M, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,                        Austin No. 853; 7 p. 19 cm.; MBM.
PPC.                                                            Reel: 47
    Reel: 46
                                                             Hall, Richard Willmott, 1785-1847.
Grosvenor, Benjamin, 1676-1758.                                 An inaugural essay on the use of electricity in
   Health.                                                   medicine.
Boston, Printed by D. and J. Kneeland for J. Winter.         Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1806
1761                                                         Electrotherapy
Health                                                       Austin No. 854; 35 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 847; An essay on its nature, value,               Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
uncertainty, preservation and best improvement ...;          MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
The 3d ed; [12], 223 p. 16 cm.; Evans 8869; DLC,                Reel: 47
DNLM, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM, PPL,
RPJCB.                                                       Hall, Richard Willmott, 1785-1847.
   Reel: 47                                                     An oration delivered by appointment before the
                                                             medical and surgical faculty of Maryland ... at the
Hahn, John.                                                  biennial convention, June, 1815.
   Observations and experiments on the use of                Baltimore, Ralph W. Pomeroy & Co. 1815
enemata, and the external application of medicines to        Medicine
the human body.                                              Austin No. 855; 22 p. 23 cm.; MBM.
Philadelphia, Stephen C. Ustick. 1798                           Reel: 47
Edema
Austin No. 849; [2], 30 p. 21 cm.; Evans 33831;              Hall, William, d. 1867.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM,                A dissertation on the morbid effects induced on the
MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC,                         mind and body by grief & fear.
PPL, PU.                                                     Philadelphia, Jane Aitken. 1812
   Reel: 47                                                  Fear; Grief; Mental Disorders
                                                             Austin No. 856; 42 p. 24 cm.; Thesis--University of
Hale, Enoch, 1790-1848.                                      Pennsylvania; Thesis statement (p. [3]) bears title: An
   Experiments on the production of animal heat by           essay on the morbid effects, induced by grief and fear,
respiration.                                                 on the mind and body; DNLM, MWA, PPAmP, PPC,
Boston, Cummings and Hilliard, [etc., etc.]. 1813            PPL, PU.
Body Temperature; Respiration; Therapeutics                     Reel: 47
Austin No. 850; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Harvard; DLC,
DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, OClM,
PPC, PPL.
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Haller, Albrecht von, 1708-1777.                               Hamilton, Alexander, 1739-1802.
   Anatomical description of the arteries of the human             The family female physician: or, A treatise on the
body, illustrated by several coloured engravings,              management of female complaints, and of children in
selected and reduced from the Icones of Haller.                early infancy.
Boston, Printed by Thomas B. Wait and Co. for the              Worcester, Mass., Printed by Isaiah Thomas; sold by
proprietor. 1813                                               him in Worcester; [etc., etc.]. 1793
Arteries                                                       Genital Disease, Female; Infant, Newborn, Diseases;
Austin No. 857; Exhibiting the parts as they appear on         Pediatrics
dissection; From the last London edition; Corrected            Austin No. 860; 1st Worcester ed; 351 p. 21 cm.;
and improved; 156, [15] p. 15 col. plates. 25 cm.;             Evans 25580; Other editions have title: A treatise on
Josiah F. Flagg in named as proprietor in the                  the management of female complaints, and of children
Massachusetts District copyright statement (slip               in early infancy; CLM, CtY-M, DNLM, MBM,
mounted on verso of title page); Flagg engraved the            MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, OClM, PHi.
plates on wood after the steel engravings of the                   Reel: 47
London edition, which was first published in 1808
under title: Anatomical plates of the arteries of the          Hamilton, Alexander, 1739-1802.
human body ... with a concise explanation; It appeared            Outlines of the theory and practice of midwifery.
in 1811 under the present title; The plates were               Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1790
reduced copies of selected plates from the Icones              Midwifery
anatomicae of Haller; The American edition was                 Austin No. 861; A new ed; xv, [25]-317 (i.e. 319) p.
prepared under the supervision of J. C. Warren, who            17 cm.; Evans 22551; Contains the "Appendix" (first
improved the references to the plates, revised in part         printed in the 1784 ed.) referring to William Osborn's
the descriptions of the great arteries, and added the          An essay on laborious parturition; CLM, DLC,
general description of the arteries (p. [9]-18) The            DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC,
"division of the arteries" was derived from Bichat; Cf.        PPL, RPJCB (copy incomplete).
"Advertisement," signed: John C. Warren; CtY-M,                   Reel: 47
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
NNNAM.                                                         Hamilton, Alexander, 1739-1802.
   Reel: 47                                                        Outlines of the theory and practice of midwifery.
                                                               Philadelphia, Printed by A. Bartram, for Thomas
Haller, Albrecht von, 1708-1777.                               Dobson. 1806
   First lines of physiology.                                  Midwifery
Troy [N.Y.] Printed by Obadiah Penniman & Co.; sold            Austin No. 865; To which are added Smellie's
by them, by C. R. & G. Webster, Albany; [etc., etc.].          Anatomical tables, with explanations; A new ed.; 400
1803                                                           p. 40 plates. 23 cm.; "A set of anatomical tables, with
Physiology                                                     explanations, and an abridgement of the practice of
Austin No. 858; Translated from the third Latin                midwifery ... by William Smellie" (p. [303]-400) has
edition; To which is added, a translation of the index,        special title page; DLC, DNLM, IU-M, MBM, MWA,
composed for the Edinburgh edition, printed under the          MdBJ-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPC.
inspection of Dr. William Cullen; First American                   Reel: 48
edition; [4], 498 p. 23 cm.; CLM, CtY-M, DNLM,
ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                       Hamilton, Alexander, 1739-1802.
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M,                            A treatise on the management of female
NjR, PPC, PPL.                                                 complaints, and of children in early infancy.
   Reel: 47                                                    Philadelphia, Re-printed by Archibald Bartram, for
                                                               Thomas Dobson. 1806
Hamilton, Alexander, 1712-1756.                                Genital Disease, Female; Infant, Newborn, Diseases
   A defence of Dr. Thomson's Discourse on the                 Austin No. 868; Rev. and enl. by his son, Dr. James
preparation of the body for the small pox, and the             Hamilton...; 319 p. 16 cm.; MH-M, *NNNAM, PPC.
manner of receiving the infection.                                Reel: 48
Philadelphia, Printed by W. Bradford. 1751
Austin No. 859; 27 p. 19.5 cm.; Evans 6689; CSmH.              Hamilton, James, 1749-1835.
   Reel: 47                                                       Observations on the utility and administration of
                                                               purgative medicines in several diseases.
                                                               Philadelphia, Benjamin Johnson; [etc., etc.]. 1809
                                                               Cathartics
                                                               Austin No. 870; 1st American, from the 2d Edinburgh
                                                               ed.; 274 p. 19 cm.; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,
                                                               MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, OClM,
                                                               PPC, PPL.
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Hamilton, James, 1749-1835.                                    Hardie, James, ca. 1760 -1826.
   Observations on the utility and administration of               An account of the malignant fever, lalely [sic]
purgative medicines in several diseases.                       prevalent in the city of New-York.
Philadelphia, Published by James Webster; William              New-York, Printed by Hurtin and M'Farlane, and sold
Brown, printer. 1818                                           by the author, by John Low [etc.]. 1799
Cathartics                                                     Austin No. 877; Containing, I. A narrative of its rise,
Austin No. 871; From the 5th Edinburgh ed.; xix (i.e.          progress and decline ... II. The manner in which the
xx), 122, 168 p. 22 cm.; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC,                poor were relieved ... III. A list of the donations ... IV.
DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,                             A list of the names of the dead ... V. A comparative
MdBj-W, NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPF, PU,                      view of the fever of the year 1798 with that of the year
ScMS.                                                          1795...; 139, [9] p. 23 cm.; Evans 35586; "List of the
   Reel: 48                                                    burials in the different grave yards ... from 1st August
                                                               to 12th November, 1798": p. [140-144];
Hamilton, Joseph, 1739?-1805.                                  "Meteorological observations" from Aug. 1 to Nov.
   A certain bar against the approach of the yellow            10, 1798: p. [145-147]; "Donations ... since the
fever, written for the good of the public.                     general list was printed," from Dec. 11, 1798, to Jan.
Hudson, [N.Y.] by A. Stoddard. 1800                            4, 1799: p. [148]; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ,
Yellow Fever                                                   IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NHi,
Austin No. 872; (for the author) according to the Act          NNC, NNNAM, NNS, NjR, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
of Congress; 22 p. 13 cm.; Evans 37574; DLC,                       Reel: 48
*NNNAM.
   Reel: 48                                                    Hardie, James, ca. 1760 -1826.
                                                                   An account of the malignant fever, which prevailed
[Hand, William M.].                                            in the city of New-York, during the autumn of 1805.
   The house surgeon and physician; designed to                New-York, Southwick & Hardcastle. 1805
assist heads of families, travellers, and sea-faring           Yellow Fever
people, in discerning, distinguishing, and curing              Austin No. 878; Containing, 1. The proceedings of the
diseases.                                                      Board of Health ... 2. The rise, progress, and decline of
Hartford, Peter B. Gleason and Co. 1813                        the late epidemic; 3. An account of the Marine and
Austin No. 873; With concise directions for the                Bellevue Hospitals ...; 4. Record of deaths, &c. &c.; 5.
preparation and use of a numerous collection of the            Opinion of several eminent physicians, respecting the
best American remedies: together with many of the              cause of malignant fever ... 6. The situation of the
most approved, from the shop of the apothecary; All in         convicts in the state-prison ...; 7. Desultory
plain English; By a physician and surgeon; 200 p. 18           observations and reflections; 8. The various modes of
cm.; "By Wm. M. Hand" appears on the title page of             cure...; 196 p. 21 cm.; Caption title: History of the
the 2d edition, New Haven, 1820; CtY-M, DNLM,                  malignant fever; CtY-M, DNLM, ELRCS, MWA,
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM.                                        NHi, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M, PHi, PPL.
   Reel: 48                                                        Reel: 48

Hand, William M.                                               [Hare, Robert] 1781-1858, ed.
   The house surgeon and physician; designed to                   Testimonials, submitted to the consideration of the
assist heads of families, travellers, and sea-faring           Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania.
people, in discerning, distinguishing, and curing              [Philadelphia?]. [1818?]
diseases; with concise directions for the preparation          Austin No. 879; 24 p. 17 cm.; The testimonials, dated
and use of a numerous collection of the best American          from 1809 to 1818, were submitted to the Trustees by
remedies: together with many of the most approved,             Robert Hare, who became professor of chemistry in
from the shop of the apothecary.                               the Faculty of Medicine on Sept. 18, 1818; Cf. Joseph
New-Haven, Printed by S. Converse, for Silas Andrus,           Carson, A hist. of the Medical Dept. of the Univ.; of
Hartford. 1820                                                 Penn., Philadelphia, 1869, p. 142; DNLM.
Austin No. 874; All in plain English ...; 2d. ed., rev.           Reel: 48
and enl.; xii, 288 p. 19 cm.; First published
anonymously in Hartford in 1818; CtY-M, DLC,                   Harper, Robert W.
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC.                                       An inaugural dissertation on cholera.
   Reel: 48                                                    Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1815
                                                               Cholera
Handy, Hastings.                                               Austin No. 880; 15 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
   An inaugural dissertation on opium.                         Maryland; DNLM.
Philadelphia, T. Lang. 1791                                       Reel: 48
Opium
Austin No. 875; By Hast Handy...; 28 p. 20 cm.; Evans
23427; Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DNLM,
NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 48



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                          Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                         Reel Listing

Harral, George.                                              Harward, Thomas.
   Medicine chest book; or Approved direction for the            Electuarium novum alexipharmacum.
use, and A compendious account of the qualities and          Boston, B. Green. 1732
doses, of the medicines mostly wanted in families,           Drugs, Non-Prescription
ships and on plantations.                                    Austin No. 889; Or, A new cordial, alexiterial and
Savannah, Thomas C. Collier. 1807                            restorative electuary; which may serve for a
Drugs                                                        succedaneum to the grand theriaca andromachi; The
Austin No. 881; 48 p. 17 cm.; GU.                            theriaca examined, with reasons humbly offered why
   Reel: 48                                                  the troches should be ejected, as well as a great
                                                             number of the rest of the ingredients; A new correction
Hart, John, d. 1837.                                         of theriaca most humbly proposed...; [4] 26 p. 18 cm.;
   An inaugural thesis, on sensation & motion.               Evans 3549; *DLC, MBM, MWA, RPJCB.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.                 Reel: 49
Oswald. 1806
Movement; Muscles; Sensation                                 Hayes, Thomas, fl. 1783-1786.
Austin No. 882; 12 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of             A serious address on the dangerous consequences
Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,                        of neglecting common coughs and colds, with ample
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                  directions for the prevention and cure of
   Reel: 49                                                  consumptions.
                                                             Boston, From the press of Samuel Etheridge, for John
Hartshorne, Joseph, 1779-1850.                               West [etc.]. 1796
   An inaugural essay on the effects produced by air         Common Cold; Cough
upon living animals.                                         Austin No. 890; To which are added, observations on
Philadelphia, Printed by James Humphreys for the             the hooping cough and asthma ... The 1st American
author. 1805                                                 from the 4th London edition; 105 p. 17 cm.; Evans
Physiology                                                   30551; The 4th London edition was published in
Austin No. 883; 31 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of          1786; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                    MnSRM, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                Reel: 49
   Reel: 49
                                                             Hayes, Thomas, fl. 1783-1786.
Harvard University.                                             A serious address on the dangerous consequences
   The statutes of the university in Cambridge,              of neglecting common coughs and colds, with
relating to the degree of doctor in medicine.                methods of cure: and successful directions for the
Boston, J. Eliot, Jun. 1811                                  prevention and cure of consumptions.
Education, Medical                                           Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1813
Austin No. 884; 8 p. 21 cm.; *NNNAM, PPAmP,                  Asthma; Cough; Tuberculosis, Pulmonary; Whooping
PPL.                                                         Cough
   Reel: 49                                                  Austin No. 892; To which are added, observations on
                                                             the hooping cough and asthma; 124 p. 14 cm.;
Harvard University. Boylston Medical Library.                *CtY-M, PU.
   Catalogue of books in the Boylston Medical                   Reel: 49
Library, at Harvard University, Cambridge.
[Cambridge?]. 180-?                                          Hayward, George, 1791-1863.
Bibliography of Medicine                                        Some observations on Dr. Rush's work, on "the
Austin No. 886; Instituted in 1802; 20 p. 18 cm.;            diseases of the mind".
DNLM, MBM.                                                   [Boston]. [1818]
   Reel: 49                                                  Mental Disorders
                                                             Austin No. 893; With remarks on the nature and
Harvard University. Boylston Medical Society.                treatment of insanity; 16 p. 24.5 cm.; Caption title;
  Catalogue of members… February 1, 1819.                    Also published in the New-England journal of
Boston, T. Badger, Jr. 1819                                  medicine and surgery, 1818, v. VII (n. s. II), p. 18-34;
Societies, Medical                                           DNLM, MBM, MWA.
Austin No. 887; 8 p. 21 cm.; NNNAM.                             Reel: 49
  Reel: 49
                                                             Heberden, William, 1710-1801.
Harvard University. Medical School. Library.                    Commentaries on the history and cure of diseases.
Library of the Massachusetts Medical College.                Boston, Wells and Lilly. 1818
   [Exposition and regulation in respect to the              Therapeutics
Library, adopted Sept., 1816].                               Austin No. 894; From the last London edition...; xi,
[Boston]. [1816]                                             418 p. 23 cm.; Preface dated Aug., 1782; CtY-M,
Libraries, Medical                                           DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M,
Austin No. 888; 4 p. 12*; DNLM (copy not located).           MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M,
   Reel: 49                                                  OClM, PPC.
                                                                Reel: 49

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                           Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                          Reel Listing

Hedges, Phinehas.                                              Henchman, Daniel.
   Strictures on the Elementa medicinae of Doctor                  Reverend Sir, Boston, March 12. 1736, 7. [Circular
Brown.                                                         letter by D. Henchman inquiring about number of
Goshen [N.Y.] David M. Westcott. 1795                          deaths in New-Hampshire due to the throat
Medicine                                                       distemper].
Austin No. 896; [2], ii, [2], 130, [1] p. 17 cm; Evans         [Boston]. [1737]
28816; "Errata": p. [131]; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,                   Cold; Diptheria; Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne
MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC,                         Austin No. 901; Broadside. 13 x 15 cm.; Henchman
PPL, RPJCB.                                                    proposed to publish "a particular and large account" of
   Reel: 49                                                    the epidemic; PHi.
                                                                   Reel: 49
Heermann, Lewis, 1779-1833.
    Directions for the medicine chest, prepared by             Henry, Samuel.
Lewis Heermann.                                                   A new and complete American medical family
New-Orleans, John Mowry & Co. 1811                             herbal, wherein, is displayed, the true properties and
Drugs                                                          medical virtues of the plants, indigenous to the United
Austin No. 897; [6,] 6-35 p. 22 cm.; "Intended for the         States of America: together with Lewis' secret
use of the gunboat service on the New Orleans                  remedy, newly discovered, which has been found
station."--; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM.                          infallible in the cure of that dreadful disease
    Reel: 49                                                   hydrophobia; produced by the bite of a mad dog.
                                                               New-York, Samuel Henry. 1814
Helmuth, Justus Henry Christian, 1745-1825.                    Plants, Medicinal
   Kurze Nachricht von dem sogenannten gelben                  Austin No. 902; With an appendix, of many choice
Fieber in Philadelphia für den nachdenkenden                   medical secrets, never made known to the world
Christen von J. Heinrich C. Helmuth.                           before...; 393 p. illus. 23 cm.; DNLM (copy lacks p.
Philadelphia, Steiner und Kämmerer. 1793                       25-26), MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM,
Yellow Fever                                                   PPC, PU.
Austin No. 898; [4], 104, [26] p. 17 cm.; Evans 25595;            Reel: 49
DLC, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPL,
RPJCB.                                                         Heustis, Jabez Wiggins, 1784-1841.
   Reel: 49                                                        Physical observations, and medical tracts and
                                                               researches, on the topography and diseases of
Helmuth, Justus Henry Christian, 1745-1825.                    Louisiana.
   A short account of the yellow fever in Philadelphia,        New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1817
for the reflecting Christian.                                  Environmental Health
Philadelphia, Jones, Hoff & Derrick. 1794                      Austin No. 903; 165 p. 22 cm.; Dedication dated Dec.
Yellow Fever                                                   2, 1816; "Observations on the topography of
Austin No. 899; Translated from the German by                  Louisiana": p. [13]-46; "Medical tracts and researches
Charles Erdmann...; [4], 55 p. 19 cm.; Evans 27108;            on the diseases of Louisiana" : p. [47]-162;
Translation of the author's Kurze Nachricht von dem            "Postscript" (announcing the author's proposed
sogenannten gelben Fieber in Philadelphia                      System of the theory and practice of physic, which
(Philadelphia, 1793); "The proprietor's preface"               apparently was never published): p. [163]-165;
signed: Tobias Hirt; "List of all the burials ... from         CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM,
August 1st to November 9th, 1793": p. [4]; DLC,                MWA, MdU-D, MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC,
DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,                        PU.
PHi, PP, PPJ, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                                      Reel: 49
   Reel: 49
                                                               Hey, William, 1736-1819.
Hemenway, Samuel, 1777-1823.                                      Practical observations in surgery, illustrated with
   Medicine chests, with particular directions,                cases and plates.
prepared by Samuel Hemenway, Salem.                            Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1805
[Salem, Mass., Thomas C. Cushing]. [1800]                      Surgery
Austin No. 900; [17] p. 20 cm.; Evans 37604 (15 p.)            Austin No. 904; 332, [9] p. 10 plates. 22 cm.; First
Upper margins closely trimmed; DNLM.                           published in London in 1803; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M,
   Reel: 49                                                    DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,
                                                               MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,
                                                               PPC, PPHa, PPJ, PU.
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                             Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
                                            Reel Listing

Hey, William, 1772-1844.                                          Hillary, William, d. 1763.
    A treatise on the puerperal fever: illustrated by                Observations on the changes of the air, and the
cases, which occurred in Leeds and its vicinity, in the           concomitant epidemical diseases in the island of
years 1809-1812.                                                  Barbadoes.
Philadelphia, M. Carey & Son. 1817                                Philadelphia, Published by B. & T. Kite; Jane Aitken,
Puerperal Infection                                               printer. 1811
Austin No. 905; 234, [2] p. 23 cm.; The pref. is dated            Disease Outbreaks; Tropical Medicine; Yellow Fever
Mar. 1, 1815; at Leeds in 1815; "Appendix" (cases                 Austin No. 910; To which is added, A treatise on the
27-30, which occurred in 1814) : p. 203-234;                      putrid bilious fever, commonly called the yellow
Publisher's advertisement (chiefly of medical books) :            fever; and such other diseases as are indigenous or in
p. [235-236]; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                              the Torrid Zone ...; With notes, by Benjamin Rush...;
MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNC, PPC, ScMS.                                    [4], 260, [4] p. 22 cm.; A treatise on the putrid bilious
    Reel: 50                                                      fever has special title page: A treatise on such diseases
                                                                  as are the most frequent in, or are peculiar to the
Hicks, Henry C.                                                   West-India Islands, or the Torrid Zone, both acute and
    The gentleman's, farmer's & travellers pocket                 chronical ... With notes, by Benjamin Rush ...
companion: containing many valuable preventatives                 Philadelphia, Jane Aitken, 1811; Previously published
incident to horses, cattle and sheep: also, many                  in London in 1759, with a second edition in 1766; The
receipts for the cure of the same when diseased.                  Philadelphia edition retains the uncorrected errata of
Baltimore, Printed for the author. 1811                           the second London edition, but omits the errata list;
Cattle Diseases; Horse Diseases; Sheep Diseases                   CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M,
Austin No. 906; 203, [2] p. 14 cm.; List of subscribers:          MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM,
p. [202-204]: supplementary list and errata : p. [205];           PHi, PPC, PPHa, PPL, PU.
DNLM.                                                                Reel: 50
    Reel: 50
                                                                  Hippocrates.
Hicks, John Bowne.                                                   The Aphorisms.
   An inaugural dissertation on compression of the                New-York, Collins & Co. 1817
brain from concussion.                                            Aphorisms and Proverbs
New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1793                                  Austin No. 911; from the Latin version of Verhoofd,
Brain Concussion                                                  with a literal translation on the opposite page, and
Austin No. 907; 47 p. 20 cm.; Evans 25602;                        explanatory notes... By Elias Marks...; 169 (i.e. 167) p.
Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, MBM,                         19 cm.; The Latin text is "the version of [Lucas]
MWA, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, PPL.                                        Verhoofd, as adopted by [Etienne] Pariset." Cf.
   Reel: 50                                                       translator's pref; "Strictures on the life and writings of
                                                                  Hippocrates" : p. [xiii]-xxvi; DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
Hill, John, 1716?-1775.                                           IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM,
   The old man's guide to health and longer life; with            NNS, PPC, PPJ.
rules for diet, exercise, and physic; for preserving a               Reel: 50
good constitution, and preventing disorders in a bad
one.                                                              Hippocrates.
London, Printed; Philadelphia, Re-printed by John                     The Prognostics and Crises.
Dunlap. 1775                                                      New-York, Published by James Eastburn and Co.,
Health; Longevity                                                 Clayton & Kingsland, printers. 1819
Austin No. 908; 48 p. 15.5 cm.; Evans 14116; *DLC,                History of Medicine; Prognosis
PHi, PPL.                                                         Austin No. 913; translated from the Greek; with
   Reel: 50                                                       critical and explanatory notes… By Henry William
                                                                  Ducachet...; 126 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, ICJ, LNT-M,
Hill, John, 1716?-1775.                                           MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M,
    The power of water-dock against the scurvy; with              PPC, PPL.
marks to know that disease in all its states; instances of            Reel: 50
its being mistaken for other disorders; and rules of life
for those afflicted with it.                                      Hirte, Tobias.
Salem [Mass.] Joshua Cushing. 1801                                   Dr. Van Swieten's, late physician to His Imperial
Scurvy                                                            Majesty, renowned pills (the receipt whereof has been
Austin No. 909; 1st American from the 10th London                 obtained by particular favor) are deservedly reckoned
edition; 24 p. 19 cm.; The 10th London edition was                among the most salutary and most efficacious
published in 1777; DNLM, MBM, MWA.                                medicines.
    Reel: 50                                                      [Philadelphia]. [1793]
                                                                  Drugs, Non-Prescription
                                                                  Austin No. 914; Broadside. fol.; PPL.
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Hirte, Tobias.                                                   Hoffman, Christian.
   Indianisch-French-Crieck-Seneca-Spring-Oel.                      Longevity: being an account of various persons,
Chesnuthill, Samuel Saur. 1792                                   who have lived to an extraordinary age, with several
Plants, Medicinal                                                curious particulars respecting their lives; the whole
Austin No. 915; Ein vortrefliches und bewährtes                  comprising an abridgement of longevity, as far as
Medicament, ist zuhaben, zu Philadelphia ...; Kurtze             history extends in every quarter of the world, from the
Nachricht von diesem Oel, dessen Nutzen und                      creation to the year 1792.
Gebrauch; Chesnuthill; 2 p. 4to; PPL.                            New York, Jacob S. Mott. 1798
   Reel: 50                                                      Longevity
                                                                 Austin No. 920; Authenticated by referential notes
Hirte, Tobias.                                                   from authors of veracity ...; 120 p. 17 cm.; Evans
    Ein neues, auserlesenes, gemeinnütziges                      33887; Appendix includes "Deaths recorded in
Hand-Büchlein.                                                   Scripture, from the Creation to the Flood": p.
Chesnuthill [Pa.] Samuel Saur. 1792-93                           [93]-103; Subscribers names: p.[113]-120; CtY-M,
Plants, Medicinal; Veterinary Medicine                           DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS.
Austin No. 916; Herausgegeben von Tobias Hirte:                     Reel: 50
Philadelphia; 2 v. 18 cm.; Evans 24396 (v. 1) and
25604 (v. 2); Vol. 2, "Der Freund in der Noth, oder              Hohman, Johann Georg.
Zweyter Theil," has imprint : Germantaun, Gedruckt                  Die Land-und Haus-Apotheke, oder getreuer und
bey Peter Leiber, 1793; A miscellaneous compilation,             gründlicher Unterricht für den Bauer und Stadtmann,
including popular and veterinary medicine, "aus                  enthaltend die allerbesten Mittel, sowohl für die
verschiedenen Samlungen der vornehmsten Bücher                   Menschen als für das Vieh besonders für die Pferde.
und Schriften berühmter Aerzte und anderer                       Reading, Carl A. Bruckman. 1818
Gelehrten."--Vorrede; "Zusatz zum ersten Theil" (v. 1,           Horse Diseases; Pharmacy
p. [53]-93) was also issued with a special title page, as        Austin No. 921; Nebst einem grossen Anhang von der
in the Library of Congress copy; "Anhang zum                     Aechten Färberey ... 1. americanische Aufl. ..; [12],
zweyten Theil" : v. 2, p. 86-116; DLC, DNLM (vol. 2              169, [11] p. 17.4 cm.; MWA, PP, *PPL.
incomplete), PPL.                                                   Reel: 51
    Reel: 50
                                                                 Hohman, Johann Georg.
Hirte, Tobias.                                                      Der lange verborgene Freund: oder: Getreuer und
   Warnung, vor falschem Seneca-Oel.                             christlicher Unterricht für jedermann, enthaltend:
[Philadelphia]. [1794]                                           wunderbare und probmässige Mittel und Künste,
Plants, Medicinal                                                sowohl für die Menschen als das Vieh.
Austin No. 917;                                                  Reading, Gedruckt für den Verfasser. 1820
Indianisch-French-Crieck-Seneca-Oel. Ein                         Therapeutics
vortrefliches und bewährtes Medicament, ist zu haben             Austin No. 922; 100 p. 12 mo.; PPL.
in Philadelphia, bey Tobias Hirte ...; Broadside; fol.;             Reel: 51
PPL.
   Reel: 50                                                      Holland, Nathaniel Littleton.
                                                                    A dissertation on apoplexy.
Hodge, Benjamin G.                                               Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by William Fry.
   Experiments and observations on the absorption of             1815
active medicines into the circulation.                           Cerebrovascular Disorders
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh                    Austin No. 924; [8], 39 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
Maxwell. 1801                                                    of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, PPAmP, PU.
Absorption                                                          Reel: 51
Austin No. 918; 55 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 50

Hodge, Michael, jr.
  An address, to the members of the Merrimack
Humane Society, at their anniversary meeting, in
Newburyport, Sept. 6, 1808.
Newburyport, E. W. Allen. 1808
Austin No. 919; 23 p. 20.5 cm.; NNNAM.
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Holliday, John.                                                 Hooper, John H.
    A short account of the origin, symptoms, and most              An inaugural essay on phrenitis.
approved method of treating the putrid bilious yellow           Baltimore, Ralph W. Pomeroy, & Co. 1815
fever, vulgarly called the black vomit; which appeared          Encephalitis
in the city of the Havanna, with the utmost violence, in        Austin No. 930; 14 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
the months of June, July, and part of August, 1794.             Maryland; DLC, DNLM.
Boston, Printed by Manning & Loring, for S. Hall                   Reel: 51
[etc.]. 1796
Yellow Fever                                                    Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
Austin No. 925; 34 p. 20 cm.; Evans 30574; An earlier              The anatomist's vade-mecum: containing the
edition was published in Falmouth [Jamaica?] and                anatomy and physiology of the human body.
reprinted at London in 1795; Pages [19]-34 contain              Boston, Printed by David Carlisle, for Thomas &
Thomas Bulfinch's "Desultory extracts and                       Andrews [etc.]. 1801
observations, shewing that the method of treatment,             Anatomy; Physiology
related in the foregoing account, is agreeable to the           Austin No. 931; 1st American, from the 3d London,
rules laid down by Hippocrates [and others] and                 ed.; 226 p. 18 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MH-M,
confirmed by the practice of Hillary and Lettsom,"              MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU.
with special title page; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,                  Reel: 51
MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPC, RPJCB.
    Reel: 51                                                    Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
                                                                   The anatomist's vade-mecum: containing the
Holmes, Robert.                                                 anatomy and physiology of the human body.
   An investigation of the properties of Bignonia               Windsor [Vt.] Published by Preston Merrifield,
catalpa of Linnaeus.                                            Farnsworth & Churchill, printers. 1809
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by H. Maxwell.            Anatomy
1803                                                            Austin No. 932; 2d American, from the 3d London,
Plants, Medicinal                                               ed.; 264 p. 17 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
Austin No. 926; 38 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi,                     NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                               Reel: 51
   Reel: 51
                                                                Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
Holt, Charles.                                                     A compendious medical dictionary.
   A short account of the yellow fever, as it appeared          Boston, Manning and Loring. 1801
in New-London, in August, September, and October,               Dictionaries, Medical
1798: with an accurate list of those who died of the            Austin No. 933; Containing an explanation of the
disease, the donations, &c. &c. &c.                             terms in anatomy, physiology, surgery, materia
New-London [Conn.] Printed by C. Holt, at the                   medica, chemistry, and practice of physic; Collected
Bee-office. 1798                                                from the most approved authors ...; 298 p. 15 cm.;
Yellow Fever                                                    CLM, CtY-M, DNLM (microfilm copy), IU-M,
Austin No. 927; 24 p. 24 cm.; Evans 33890; "A simple            MBM, MWA, MnSRM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
and correct narrative of circumstances, as they                    Reel: 51
appeared to a common eye, with some consequent
remarks, are all that is attempted."; "Names of those           Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
who died of the fever": p. 20-23; DLC, DNLM, MBM,                  Examinations in anatomy, physiology, practice of
NNNAM, RPJCB (copy lacks p. 23-24).                             physic, surgery, materia medica, chemistry, and
   Reel: 51                                                     pharmacy; for the use of students, who are about to
                                                                pass the College of Surgeons, or the medical or
Home, Sir Everard, bart., 1756-1832.                            transport board.
   Practical observations on the treatment of ulcers on         New-York, Collins and Co. 1811
the legs, considered as a branch of military surgery.           Anatomy; Medicine; Pharmacy; Physiology
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker, William               Austin No. 935; 151 p. 15 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM,
Brown, printer. 1811                                            MBM, MWA, NNC, OClM, PPC.
Hemorrhoids; Leg Ulcer; Military Medicine; Varicose                Reel: 51
Veins
Austin No. 929; To which are added, some
observations on varicose veins, and piles; 1st
American ed. ..; 297 p. 18 cm.; Reprinted from the
second London edition, published in 1801; First
published in London in 1797; CLM, CtY-M, DNLM,
ICJ, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC.
   Reel: 51



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[Hooper, Robert] 1773-1835.                                      Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
    ...The London dissector, or System of dissection                Quincy's Lexicon-medicum.
practised in the hospitals and lecture rooms of the              Philadelphia, Published by E. & R. Parker [etc.]
metropolis; explained by the clearest rules, for the use         Griggs & Co, printers. 1817
of students: comprising a description of the muscles,            Dictionaries, Medical
vessels, nerves, and viscera of the human body, as               Austin No. 943; A new medical dictionary; containing
they appear on dissection; with directions for their             an explanation of the terms in anatomy, physiology,
demonstration.                                                   practice of physic, materia medica, chymistry,
Philadelphia, Published by A. Finley and W. H.                   pharmacy, surgery, midwifery, and the various
Hopkins; sold also by Hopkins & Earle [etc.]. 1809               branches of natural philosophy connected with
Dissection                                                       medicine; Selected, arranged, and compiled, from the
Austin No. 937; 1st American, from the last London               best authors ...; [8], 870 p. 23 cm.; In his preface the
ed.; To which is added, an appendix, containing the              author states that this is an almost completely new
Ruyschian art and method of making preparations to               work, and not merely a revision of John Quincy's
exhibit the structure of the human body, illustrated             Lexicon medicum, which was first published in 1717;
with a representation of the quicksilver tray and its            First published in London ca. 1805; DNLM, ICJ,
appendages; xxiii, 325 p. 1 illus. 19 cm.; At head of            IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdU-D, MnSRM,
title: Finley and Hopkins' edition; Attributed to                NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC; Order of names of
Hooper in the Dict.; nat.; biog.; and in Munk's Roll of          publishers', appearing first in imprint, vary in some
the Royal Coll. of Phys.; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,                     copies.
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                                   Reel: 52
    Reel: 51
                                                                 [Hooper, Robert] 1773-1835.
Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.                                          The London dissector; or, System of dissection,
    The physician's vade-mecum: containing the                   practised in the hospitals and lecture rooms of the
symptoms, causes, diagnosis, prognosis, and                      metropolis; explained by the clearest rules, for the use
treatment of diseases.                                           of students; comprising a description of the muscles,
Albany, E. F. Backus. 1809                                       vessels, nerves, and viscera, of the human body, as
Austin No. 941; Accompanied by a select collection of            they appear on dissection; with directions for their
formulae, and a glossary of terms ...; With a                    demonstration.
translation of the formulae, and additions and                   Philadelphia, Pubkished by James Webster, William
alterations, adapted to the American climate, &c.; By            Brown, printer. [1818]
a practitioner of the state of New-York; xii, 276, [6] p.        Dissection
18 cm.; First published in London in 1809; CLM,                  Austin No. 940; 1st American, from the 5th London
CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NjR, NNNAM,                               ed.; xiv, 244 p. 19 cm.; First published in London in
OClM, PPC.                                                       1804; The 5th London ed.; was published in 1816;
    Reel: 52                                                     CU-M, DNLM, NNNAM, PPC, PPHa.
                                                                    Reel: 52
Hooper, Robert, 1773-1835.
   The physician's vade-mecum: containing the                    [Hooper, Robert] 1773-1835.
symptoms, causes, diagnosis, prognosis, and                         The surgeon's vade-mecum: containing the
treatment of diseases.                                           symptoms, causes, diagnosis, prognosis, and
Philadelphia, James Humphreys; [etc., etc.]. 1809                treatment of surgical diseases.
Austin No. 942; Accompanied by a select collection of            Albany, Published and sold by E. F. Backus; E. and E.
formulae, and a glossary of terms ... From the London            Hosford, printers. [1813]
copy; This Philadelphia edition is improved by a                 Austin No. 944; Accompanied by the modern and
translation of all the Latin prescriptions, and is               approved methods of operating, select formulae of
enlarged by an alphabetical list of all the medicines            prescriptions, Latin and English, and a glossary of
now in use, with their names in both Latin and                   terms; xviii, 275, [9] p. 18 cm.; First published
English: and by other valuable addenda; 347 p. 18                anonymously in London in 1809; Listed among
cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M,                        Hooper's works in William Munk's Roll of the Royal
MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNNAM,                            College of Physicians of London; CU-M, CtY-M,
PPC, PPHa, PPL.                                                  DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
   Reel: 52                                                      MnSRM, NNNAM, NjR, OClM, PPC.
                                                                    Reel: 52

                                                                 Hopkins, Joel, 1784-1868.
                                                                    The Philosophy of epispastics.
                                                                 Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1815
                                                                 Blister
                                                                 Austin No. 946; 25 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                 Maryland; DLC, DNLM.
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                                          Reel Listing

[Hopkins, Samuel Miles] 1772-1837.                            Hosack, Alexander, d. 1834.
    Letters concerning the general health; with notes             History of the yellow fever, as it appeared in the
and considerable additions to the numbers, as they            city of New York, in 1795.
lately appeared in the New-York gazette.                      Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1797
New-York, Printed by Hopkins & Seymour, for Lang              Yellow Fever
and Turner. 1805                                              Austin No. 952; 36 p. 22 cm.; Evans 32282; Published
Drainage; Public Health; Quarantine; Sanitation               in New York earlier in the same year under title: An
Austin No. 947; By a householder; iii, 52 p. 24 cm.;          inaugural essay on the yellow fever, as it appeared in
Letters I-Xiii, dated Oct. 16-Nov. 28, 1805, with a           this city in 1795; DLC, DNLM, NHi, NNNAM,
postscript dated Dec. 1805; The introductory letter is        PPAmP, PPC, PU, RPJCB.
addressed to "Mess'rs Lang & Turner," the publishers              Reel: 53
of the Gazette; By S. M. Hopkins; Cf. Halkett &
Laing; Recommendations concerning sanitation,                 Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
drainage, quarantine, and city planning in New York              A biographical memoir of Hugh Williamson,
City; CtY-M, DNLM, NHi, NNS, PHi.                             M.D., LL.D.
    Reel: 52                                                  New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1820
                                                              Austin No. 954; Delivered on the first of November,
Hopkinson, Francis, 1737-1791.                                1819, at the request of the New-York Historical
   An oration which might have been delivered to the          Society...; 91 p. 22 cm.; DNLM (copy lacks half title),
students in anatomy, on the late rupture between the          ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
two schools in this city.                                     NNS, NNU-M, NjR, PHi, PPAmP, PPL, PU.
Philadelphia, T. Dobson and T. Lang. 1789                        Reel: 53
Austin No. 948; 19 p. 4to.; Evans 21892; A satirical
poem occasioned by a dispute between William                  Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
Shippen and John Foulke; DNLM (facsimile copy),                  Case of aneurism of the femoral artery;
NNNAM (facsimile copy), PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                 communicated in a letter to John Abernethy.
PU.                                                           New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1812
   Reel: 53                                                   Femoral Artery
                                                              Austin No. 956; 8 p. plate; 21 cm.; Also published in
Horne, George.                                                the American medical and philosophical register, v. 3
   A concise treatise on leeches; being the only essay        (1812-13) p. 49-53; Previously published in the
on the subject ever published by any writer.                  Edinburgh medical and surgical journal, v. 5 (1809) p.
New-York, G. & R. Waite [etc.]. 1805                          182-185; also (with slight textual variations) as a letter
Leeches                                                       to Edward Miller, dated No. 1, 1808, in the Medical
Austin No. 949; 3d ed.; 29 p. 21 cm.; MWA.                    repository, 2d hexade, v. 6 (1808-09) p. 105-108;
   Reel: 53                                                   DNLM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
                                                                 Reel: 53
Horner, William Edmonds, 1793-1853.
   Plan of the foetal circulation.                            Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
Philadelphia, James Webster. 1818                                Case of aneurism of the femoral artery;
Fetal Blood; Maternal-Fetal Exchange                          communicated to Dr. Edward Miller. New York, Nov.
Austin No. 950; References made by W. E. Horner,              1st. 1808.
M.D.; Broadside; col. illus. 27 x 23 cm.; DNLM.               [New-York]. [1808]
   Reel: 53                                                   Femoral Artery
                                                              Austin No. 955; 4p. 22.3 cm.; Caption title; PPL.
Horsfield, Thomas, 1773-1859.                                    Reel: 53
   An experimental dissertation on the Rhus vernix,
Rhus radicans and Rhus glabrum; commonly known                Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
in Pennsylvania by the names of poison-ash,                      A case of anthrax.
poison-vine and common sumach.                                [New York, C. S. Van Winkle]. [1812]
Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1798                              Anthrax
Plant Poisoning                                               Austin No. 958; 8 p. 20 cm.; Caption title: A case of
Austin No. 951; vi, 88 p. 21 cm.; Evans 33905;                anthrax; successfully treated ... Communicated to
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                George Pearson ... by the author; Also published in the
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                        American medical and philosophical register, v. 2
PU.                                                           (1811-12) p. 388-393; Previously published in the
   Reel: 53                                                   Edinburgh medical and surgical journal, v. 6 (1810) p.
                                                              445-448: also (with slight textual variations) as a letter
                                                              to Edward Miller, dated July 31, 1809, in the Medical
                                                              repository, 3d hexade, v. 1 (1809-10) p. 112-115;
                                                              DNLM.
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                                          Reel Listing

Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                     Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
    A case of anthrax: successfully treated.                      An introductory lecture on medical education;
[New York, Collins & Perkins]. [1809]                         delivered at the commencement of the annual course
Anthrax                                                       of lectures on botany and the materia medica.
Austin No. 957; 4 p. 21 cm.; Caption title; Running           New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1801
title: Treatment of carbuncle; Addressed to Edward            Education, Medical
Miller and dated July 31, 1809; Also published in the         Austin No. 966; Published at the request of the
Medical repository, 3d hexade, v. 1 (1809-10), p.             students of medicine [in Columbia College] ...; 48 p.
112-115; DNLM, MWiW.                                          20 cm.; Errata slip inserted; DNLM, MBM, MWA,
    Reel: 53                                                  NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, NjR, PPAmP, PPL.
                                                                  Reel: 53
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
    Course of studies designed for the private medical        Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
school established in New-York.                                   Observations on croup or hives: addressed in a
New-York, Van Winkle, Wiley & Co. 1816                        letter to A. R. Delile.
Education, Medical; Schools, Medical                          New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1811
Austin No. 959; 7 p. 20 cm.; Caption title: Private           Laryngitis; Urticaria
medical school, New-York; Plan of study adopted in            Austin No. 967; 31 p. plate; 20 cm.; Letter is dated
the private medical school, established by David              June 28, 1811; "From the American medical and
Hosack, M.D.; Previously published under the caption          philsophical register, vol. II, no. 1" (July 1811, p.
title in the American medical and philosophical               41-69); "Dr. Mitchill's description of his own case of
register, v. 3 (1812-13) p. 244-247; Contains lists of        croup"(letter to the author dated Aug. 23, 1810) : p.
recommended books and periodicals; Manuscript                 28-31; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
additions to the booklists; DNLM, NNU-M.                      PPL.
    Reel: 53                                                      Reel: 53

Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                     Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
   An enquiry into the causes of suspended animation             Observations on febrile contagion, and on the
from drowning; with the means of restoring life.              means of improving the medical police of the city of
New-York, Thomas and James Swords. 1792                       New-York.
Drowning                                                      New-York, Published by Elam Bliss, J. Seymour,
Austin No. 962; [2], 37 p. 20 cm.; Evans 24409; DLC,          printer. 1820
DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PPL.                         Communicable Diseases; Preventive Medicine
   Reel: 53                                                   Austin No. 968; Delivered as an introductory
                                                              discourse, in the hall of the College of Physicians and
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                     Surgeons, on the sixth of November, 1820; By David
  A funeral address delivered on the twenty-sixth of          Hosack, M.D., resident physician for the city of
May, 1818, at the interment of Doctor James Tillary.          New-York ...; [4], 79 p. 20 cm.; Half title: A discourse
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1818                              on the medical police of the city of New-York;
Austin No. 963; 14 p. 20.5 cm.; NHi, *NNNAM.                  CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
  Reel: 53                                                    NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                 Reel: 53
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
  An inaugural dissertation, on cholera morbus.               Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
New-York, Samuel Campbell. 1791                                  Observations on the advantages of exposing
Cholera                                                       wounds to the air after capital operations; with some
Austin No. 964; 32 p. 21 cm.; Evans 23449;                    remarks upon the removal of scirrhus tumours from
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM,                the breast.
NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                                              New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813
  Reel: 53                                                    Breast Diseases; Wounds & Injuries
                                                              Austin No. 969; Communicated in a letter to Samuel
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                     Bard ...; 11 p. 20 cm.; Letter is dated June 20, 1813;
    An introductory discourse, to a course of lectures        Also published in the American medical and
on the theory and practice of physic: containing              philosophical register, v. 4 (1813-1814) p. 63-71;
observations on the inductive system of prosecuting           DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR.
medical inquiries; and a tribute to the memory of the            Reel: 53
late Dr. Benjamin Rush.
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813
Austin No. 965; Delivered at the College of
Physicians and Surgeons, on the third of November,
1813 ...; 35 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, PHi, PPAmP, PPL,
PU.
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Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                      Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
    Observations on the Ballston waters.                          Observations on the surgery of the ancients,
[New York]. [1810?]                                            vindicating their claims to many of the reputed
Mineral Waters                                                 discoveries and improvements of modern times.
Austin No. 970; 8 p. 21 cm.; Caption title; Also               New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813
published in the American medical and philosophical            Surgery
register, v. 1 (1810-11) p. 40-47; Contents.--I;               Austin No. 974; Delivered as an introductory
Analysis of Ballston water, communicated in a letter           discourse to a course of lectures on surgery and
[dated Sept. 10, 1807] to Dr. David Hosack, from               midwifery ...; 26 p. 20 cm.; Also published in the
Robert L. [sic] Livingston.--II; Observations on the           American medical and philosophical register, v. 3
use of the Ballston mineral waters, in various diseases        (1812-13) p. 302-325; DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM,
[letter dated June 20, 1810] addressed to Mr. John             PPL.
Cook, of Albany, by David Hosack (p. 3-8); DNLM.                  Reel: 53
    Reel: 53
                                                               Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                          Observations on vision.
   Observations on the establishment of the College            New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813
of Physicians and Surgeons in the city of New-York,            Vision
and the late proceedings of the regents of the                 Austin No. 975; Read before the Royal Society of
university, relative to that institution.                      London, May 1, 1794, and published in their
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1811                               Transactions of the same year; Communicated to the
Schools, Medical; Societies, Medical                           Society by George Person ...; 22 p. 2 plates; 22 cm.;
Austin No. 971; Communicated in a letter to James S.           Also published in the American medical and
Stringham ...; 13 p. 20 cm.; Letter is dated May 4,            philosophical register, v. 3 (1812-1813) p. [393]-412;
1811; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,                         Originally published in the Philosophical transactions
NNNAM, NNS, OClM, PPAmP, PPL.                                  of the Royal Society for the year 1794, Part II, p.
   Reel: 53                                                    196-216; CtY-M, DNLM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
                                                               PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                          Reel: 53
   Observations on the laws governing the
communication of contagious diseases, and the means            Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
of arresting their progress.                                      Remarks on the treatment of the typhoid state of
New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1815                           fever.
Communicable Diseases; Preventive Medicine                     New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1815
Austin No. 972; Read before the Literary and                   Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne
Philosophical Society of New-York, on the 9th of               Austin No. 976; Printed for the use of the class [in the
June, 1814 ...; 84 p. 26 cm.; Also published in the            College of Physicians and Surgeons]; 11 p. 21 cm.;
Transactions of the Literary and Philosophical Society         DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM.
of New-York, v. 1 (1815) p. [201]-280; CtY-M,                     Reel: 53
DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi,
NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                                  Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
   Reel: 53                                                       Syllabus of the course of lectures on botany,
                                                               delivered in Columbia College.
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                      New-Yorr [sic] John Childs. 1795
   Observations on the peripneumonia typhodes, now             Botany
prevailing in several districts of the United States.          Austin No. 977; 22 p. 19 cm.; Evans 28858; Published
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1813                               by order of the trustees of Columbia College. Cf. p.
Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne                                  [3]; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
Austin No. 973; Communicated in a letter to T.                 NNS, PPAmP, PPL.
Romeyn Beck ...; 8 p. 20 cm.; Letter is dated Feb. 3,             Reel: 53
1813; Also published in the American medical and
philosophical register, v. 3 (1812-13) p. 448-453;             Hosack, David, 1769-1835.
DNLM, NHi, NNNAM.                                                 Syllabus of the courses of lectures on the theory
   Reel: 53                                                    and practice of physic and obstetrics and the diseases
                                                               of women and children, delivered in the [College of
                                                               Physicians and Surgeons of the] University of
                                                               New-York.
                                                               New-York, Van Winkle, Wiley & Co. 1816
                                                               Genital Disease, Female; Obstetrics; Pediatrics
                                                               Austin No. 979; 7 p. 24 cm.; Previously published in
                                                               New York in 1814 in the Syllabus of the several
                                                               courses of medical lectures delivered in the College of
                                                               Physicians and Surgeons of the University of the State
                                                               of New-York; DNLM, NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP.
                                                                  Reel: 53

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Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                           Howe, Timothy.
    A system of practical nosology: to which is                         A history of the medicinal springs at Saratoga and
prefixed, a synopsis of the systems of Sauvages,                    Balls-town: being a brief account of the situation,
Linnacus, Vogel, Sagar, Macbride, Cullen, Darwin,                   composition, operation, and effects, of those
Crichton, Pinel, Parr, Swediaur, and Young.                         celebrated waters.
New-York, C.S. Van Winkle. 1818                                     Brattleboro, Vermont. 1804
Disease                                                             Balneology; Mineral Waters
Austin No. 980; With references to the best authors on              Austin No. 986; --with a catalogue of all the diseases,
each disease ...; Printed for the use of the class [in the          in which they are beneficial or injurious; and
College of Physicians and Surgeons]; xvii 306 p. 22                 directions how to use or apply them in each; attended
cm.; "Part first" (p. [1]-126) has caption title :                  with remarks on the proper seasons to visit them, the
Synoptical views, &c.; "Part second" (p. [127]-306)                 accommodations, customs, expense of board, &c… 23
has special half title : System of nosology proposed by             p. 19 cm.; "A letter, written by Doct. H. to his friend
David Hosack; An outline of his system was                          Mr. J. S--; giving a particular account of the medicinal
previously published in the American medical and                    springs at Ballstown and Saratoga": p. [20]-23; Letter
philosophical register, v. 2 (1812) p. 266-269, under               is dated Jan. 16, 1804, and signed : G. H.; DNLM.
title : A new classification of diseases; CtY-M,                        Reel: 53
DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
PPAmP, PPC, PU.                                                     Hubard, James Thruston.
    Reel: 53                                                           An inaugural dissertation on puerperal fever.
                                                                    Philadelphia, John Ormrod. [1798]
Hosack, David, 1769-1835.                                           Puerperal Infection
   Tribute to the memory of the late Caspar Wistar.                 Austin No. 987; [4], 30 p. 21 cm.; Evans 33908;
New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1818                                    Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM,
Austin No. 981; By his friend, David Hosack ...;                    NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Delivered in the hail of the College of Physicians and                 Reel: 53
Surgeons, Jan. 26, 1818 17 p. 23 cm.; DNLM, MWA,
NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PU.                             Hudgens, William.
   Reel: 53                                                            An essay on the epidemic of 1815-16, as it
                                                                    appeared in the district of Williamsburgh, (S.C.).
Hoskins, John, d. ca. 1810.                                         Georgetown, (S.C.), Printed at the Gazette Office by
   Observations on that form of disease, nosologically              E. Waterman. 1816
called dysentery.                                                   Yellow Fever
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.               Austin No. 988; 54 p. 19 cm.; NNNAM.
1804                                                                   Reel: 53
Dysentery
Austin No. 982; 40 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of                 Huger, Francis Kinloch, 1773-1855.
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, ELRCS, MWA,                                 An inaugural dissertation on gangrene and
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU.                                    mortification.
   Reel: 53                                                         Philadelphia, Stephen C. Ustick. 1797
                                                                    Gangrene
Howard, John Clark, ca. 1772-1810.                                  Austin No. 989; 31 p. 22 cm.; Evans 32289;
     A discourse delivered before the Humane Society                Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their                      MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,
semiannual meeting, June 12,1804.                                   ScCM.
Boston, Hosea Sprague. 1804                                            Reel: 53
Austin No. 984; 64 p. 23 cm.; "A few observations on
... [the principle of animation] as connected with the              Humane Society of Philadelphia (Pa.).
object of ... [the Humane Society]" Cf. p. 5;                          Directions for recovering persons, who are
"Appendix" (p. 22-63) includes the 1791 act of                      supposed to be dead, from drowning, also for
incorporation of the Society, its "institution," rules, list        preventing & curing the disorders, produced by
of members, correspondence, etc., and "Resuscitative                drinking cold liquors, and by the action of noxious
process" (instructions); DNLM, MBM, MWA,                            vapours, lightning, and excessive heat and cold, upon
NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                                                    the human body.
     Reel: 53                                                       Philadelphia, Joseph James. [1788]
                                                                    Drowning; Heat Exhaustion; Lighting
Howard, William.                                                    Austin No. 991; Published by order of the Humane
   An essay on the hydropic state of fever.                         Society of Philadelphia; to which is prefixed, the
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.               constitution of the said society. 16 p. 20 cm.; Evans
1805                                                                21159; *DLC, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL.
Edema                                                                  Reel: 53
Austin No. 985; 34 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
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Humane Society of Philadelphia (Pa.).                           Humane Society of the Commonwealth of
   Directions for recovering persons, who are                   Massachusetts.
supposed to be dead, from drowning, also, for                      The institution of the Humane Society of the
preventing and curing the disorders produced by                 Commonwealth of Massachusetts: with the rules for
drinking cold water.                                            regulating said Society, and the methods of treatment
Philadelphia, Joseph James. [1789]                              to be used with persons apparently dead; with a
Austin No. 992; Broadside. fol.; PPL.                           number of recent cases proving the happy effects
   Reel: 53                                                     thereof.
                                                                Boston. 1788
Humane Society of Philadelphia (Pa.).                           Austin No. 998; 27 p. 19 cm.; Evans 21158
   Directions, for recovering persons who are                   ("institutions" instead of "institution" and "results" in
supposed to be dead, from drowning; also, for                   place of "effects" in the title); Probably the earlier of
preventing and curing the disorders produced by                 the two variant impressions which appeared in 1788;
drinking cold liquors, and by the action of noxious             DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM.
vapours, lightning, and excessive heat and cold upon               Reel: 54
the human body.
[Philadelphia] The Society. [1805]                              Humane Society of the State of New York.
Drowning; Heat Exhaustion; Lighting; Resuscitation                  The constitution of the Humane Society of the state
Austin No. 993; 8 p. 21 cm.; Cover title; DNLM.                 of New York.
   Reel: 53                                                     New-York, J. Buel. 1795
                                                                Austin No. 1000; To which are subjoined, the address
Humane Society of Philadelphia (Pa.).                           of the medical counsellors to the citizens; and the most
   Do not despair.                                              successful methods of restoration hitherto
[Philadelphia]. [1806]                                          discovered… 43 p. 20 cm.; Evans 29202; DLC,
First Aid                                                       *MWA, NNNAM.
Austin No. 994; Humane Society of Philadelphia; The                 Reel: 54
managers of the Humane Society offer the following
compensations, viz… Folding battledore; Cover title :           Humphrey, Hosea.
Directions of the Humane Society for the recovery of               A dissertation on fire, or Miscellaneous inquiries
drowned persons, &c. with a list of the managers,               and reflections concerning the operations of the laws
medical assistants, and places of deposit of the                of nature; with an appendix, containing thoughts on
apparatus; PPL.                                                 memory, reflection, decision, muscular motion, &c.
   Reel: 53                                                     Providence, Printed for the author. 1814
                                                                Science
Humane Society of the City of New York.                         Austin No. 1001; 209, 116, viii p. 16 cm.; The
   ... Directions for the recovery of persons apparently        prefatory "Apology" is dated Aug. 1813; DNLM.
dead from drowning.                                                Reel: 54
New York, J. Hardcastle. [ca. 1805]
Drowning; Lighting; Resuscitation                               Hunter, John, 1728-1793.
Austin No. 995; Battledore; Caption title; PPL.                    A treatise on the blood, inflammation, and gunshot
   Reel: 53                                                     wounds.
                                                                Philadelphia, Published by James Webster, W. Brown,
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of                           printer. 1817
Massachusetts.                                                  Blood; Inflammation
   Advertisement.                                               Austin No. 1003; viii, xii, viii, 514 p. 8 plates. 22 cm.;
[Boston]. [1788]                                                CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, Ien-M, IU-M,
Austin No. 996; The Humane Society of the                       LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, actuated by the                  NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PU,
same benevolent disposition to mitigate the miseries,           ScCM.
and preserve the lives of their fellow men… S. Parker,             Reel: 54
Recording Secretary; Broadside; 4to.; Dated in
manuscript: Boston, Jan. 8, 1788; PPL.                          Hunter, John, 1728-1793.
   Reel: 53                                                         A treatise on the blood, inflammation, and gunshot
                                                                wounds.
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of                           Philadelphia, Thomas Bradford. 1796
Massachusetts.                                                  Blood; Inflammation; Wounds, Gunshot
  The institution of the Humane Society of the                  Austin No. 1002; To which is prefixed a short account
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.                                  of the author's life, by his brother-in-law, Everard
[Boston]. [1786?]                                               Home ...; From the London quarto ...; 2 v. 5 plates. 21
Austin No. 997; 15 p. 19 cm.; MBM, *MWA, NHi,                   cm.; Evans 30608; Based on the London quarto
RPJCB.                                                          edition of 1794; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM (copy
   Reel: 53                                                     imperfect), ICJ, MBM, MWA (vol. 1), MdBJ-W,
                                                                MdU-D, NNNAM, NNU-M (vol. 1), OClM, PHi (vol.
                                                                2), PPC, RPJCB.
                                                                    Reel: 54

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Hunter, John, 1728-1793.                                       Hutchinson, James, fl. 1803.
   A treatise on the venereal disease.                            An experimental essay on the conversion of chyle
Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1787                               into blood.
Venereal Diseases                                              Philadelphia, Printed for the author by James
Austin No. 1004; Abridged by William Currie; iv, [1],          Humphreys. 1803
109, [1] p. 21 cm.; Evans 20421; (The descriptive note         Blood; Chyle
given as part of the title is probably taken from an           Austin No. 1010; 47 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
advertisement); Originally published in London in              Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA,
1786; "Erratum" on final leaf; DNLM, MBM, MWA,                 NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
NNNAM, PPC, PU, ScMS.                                             Reel: 55
   Reel: 54
                                                               The Immortal mentor: or, Man's unerring guide to a
Hunter, John, 1728-1793.                                       healthy, wealthy, and happy life.
   A treatise on the venereal disease.                         Philadelphia, Printed for the Rev. Mason L. Weems,
Philadelphia, Parry Hall. 1791                                 by Francis and Robert Bailey. 1796
Venereal Diseases                                              Health
Austin No. 1005; [12], 369, [21] p. 6 plates (part             Austin No. 1011; In three parts; By Lewis Cornaro,
fold.); 21 cm.; Evans 23457; Apparently reprinted              Dr. Franklin, and Dr. Scott...; iv, [2], 321 p. 18 cm.;
from the 2d London edition of 1788; CLM, CtY-M,                Evans 30282; Compiled by Mason L. Weems; A free
DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,                            and abridged translation of Luigi Cornaro's Discorsi
MdU-D, MnSRM, NNNAM, PPC, PPJ.                                 della vita sobria, together with The way to wealth, and
   Reel: 54                                                    Advice to young tradesmen, by Benjamin Franklin,
                                                               and A sure guide to happiness, by Thomas Scott; The
Hunter, John, 1728-1793.                                       work by Cornaro is followed by an "Appendix;
   A treatise on the venereal disease.                         Golden rules of health, selected from Hippocrates,
Philadelphia, Published by J. Webster, W. Brown,               Plutarch, and several other eminent physicians and
printer. 1818                                                  philosophers."; DLC, DNLM, MWA, , PHi, PP, PPL,
Venereal Diseases                                              PU, RPJCB.
Austin No. 1006; With an introduction and                         Reel: 55
commentary, by Joseph Adams ...; 1st American ed.;
xx, 367, xv p. 6 plates. 22 cm.; "Published verbatum           Ingalls, William, 1769-1851.
from the London copy of Dr. Adams's edition                       Dissertatio medica inauguralis, sistens
[1810]"--Publisher's pref.; An edition without                 observationes ad abscessum bursalem pertinentes.
Adams's introduction and commentary had appeared               Bostoniae, Typis Thomae Fleet. 1803
in Philadelphia in 1791; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM,                    Bursitis
ELRCS, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC,                      Austin No. 1016; 17 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Harvard,
NNNAM, NjR, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPHa, PPJ,                       1801; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM.
ScCM.                                                             Reel: 55
   Reel: 54
                                                               Innes, John, 1739-1777.
Hurd, Isaac, d. 1844.                                               A short description of the human muscles, arranged
    A discourse delivered in the church in Brattle             as they appear on dissection.
street, in Boston, Tuesday, June 11th, 1799, before the        New-York, Collins & Co. 1818
Humane Society of the Commonwealth of                          Muscles
Massachusetts.                                                 Austin No. 1020; Together with their several uses, and
Boston, John & Thomas Fleet. 1799                              the synonyma of the best authors ... From the 7th
Austin No. 1007; 23 p. 20.5 cm.; Evans 35648; *DLC,            London ed., rev. and corr. by Alexander Monro, Jun.
DNLM (copy not located), NNNAM.                                ... x, [2], 140, [33] p. 17 plates; 22 cm.; CU-M,
    Reel: 54                                                   CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M,
                                                               MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPHa,
The Husbandman's guide: In four parts.                         PPL.
Boston, Printed by John Allen, for Eleazar Phillips.                Reel: 55
1710
Pharmacology; Veterinary Medicine                              Innes, John, 1739-1777.
Austin No. 1008; Part second, Choice physical                      A short description of the human muscles, chiefly
receipts for divers dangerous distempers in men,               as they appear on dissection.
women and children; Part third, The experienc'd                Philadelphia, Joseph Crukshank. 1807
farrier ...; 107 p. 12 mo.; Evans 1500 (wrongly dated          Muscles
1711); RPJCB.                                                  Austin No. 1019; Together with their several uses, and
   Reel: 54                                                    the synonyma of the best authors… A new ed., greatly
                                                               improved, by Alex. Monro, M.D.; 166 p. 15 cm.;
                                                               DLC, DNLM (copy imperfect), MH-M, PPC.
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Instructions for the treatment of gunshot wounds,               Ireland, William Matthews.
according to the latest improvements in that                        An inquiry into the most proper means to be
interesting branch of surgery.                                  adopted in the management of lying-in women; with
Philadelphia, John Bioren. 1814                                 critical remarks on the medical report, and the death of
Wounds, Gunshot                                                 the Princess Charlotte of Wales.
Austin No. 1021; 19 p. 17 cm.; Caption title: Gun-shot          New-York, Published by James Eastburn & Co.;
wounds; "Extracted principally from a late publication          Abraham Paul, printer. 1818
entitled The Edinburgh practice of physic and surgery,          Puerperal Infection
with some additional instructions by one of the                 Austin No. 1027; 31 p. 24 cm.; DLC, DNLM, NHi,
profession [William Currie?]"--p. [5] The editor is             NNNAM.
incorrectly identified as John Bioren in the Index                  Reel: 55
catalogue, ser. 2; DNLM.
   Reel: 55                                                     Ireland, William Matthews.
                                                                    Remarks on the medical properties of the
Instructions for vaccine inoculation, commonly called           stramonium.
vaccination.                                                    New-York, Published by James Eastburn and Co.; A.
Philadelphia. 1807                                              Paul, printer. 1817
Vaccination                                                     Stramonium
Austin No. 1022; 7 p. 20 cm.; Some of the wording is            Austin No. 1028; Being a series of facts and
borrowed directly from Edward Jenner's Instructions             observations, made for the purpose of ascertaining the
for vaccination, which was first published in London            qualities and effects of that valuable plant… 24 p. 21
in 1801 or 1802; DNLM, MBM, PPAmP, PPL.                         cm.; DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM.
   Reel: 55                                                         Reel: 55

An Interesting account of the plague, yellow fever,             Irvine, Matthew, ca. 1755-1827?.
&c. as they have prevailed in different countries.                 Irvine's Treatise on the yellow fever.
Boston, James Loring. 1820                                      [Charleston, S.C.]. [1820]
Plague; Yellow Fever                                            Yellow Fever
Austin No. 1023; Printed at the request of the Boston           Austin No. 1029; 57, [1] p. 21 cm.; First published
Board of Health; 24 p. 25 cm.; An address made to the           anonymously in the Southern patriot gazette, between
Legislature of Louisiana and communicated to the                Dec. 28, 1819, and Feb. 11, 1820; DLC, DNLM, NHi,
Boston Board of Health, which authorized its printing;          NNNAM.
Cf. statement, p. [2], dated April 24, 1820; DNLM,                 Reel: 55
MBM, MWA.
   Reel: 55                                                     Irving, Peter, 1771-1838.
                                                                   An inaugural dissertation on the influenza.
Interesting essays, chiefly on the subject of the yellow        New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1794
fever, interspersed with some remarks on the progress           Influenza
of the preparations for a permanent bridge.                     Austin No. 1030; 37 p. 20 cm.; Evans 27158;
Philadelphia, Budd & Bartram. 1802                              Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, MBM,
Yellow Fever                                                    MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC,
Austin No. 1024; By a Philadelphian...; 51 p. 24 cm.;           RPJCB.
Contains letters published in the Philadelphia gazette             Reel: 55
and in the American daily advertiser between Apr. 23,
1800, and Apr. 6, 1802, and essays dated Nov. 1 to              Ives, Ansel W., 1787-1838.
Dec. 24, 1802; Earlier letters by the same author were             An experimental inquiry into the proximate cause
published in Philadelphia in 1800 under title:                  of death from suspended respiration in drowning and
Occasional essays on the yellow fever; DNLM,                    hanging, with the means of resuscitation.
MWA, NHi, PHi, PPAmP, PP, PPC, PPL.                             New-York, Printed for the author. 1814
    Reel: 55                                                    Asphyxia; Drowning; Resuscitation
                                                                Austin No. 1031; 36 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
Ireland, William Matthews.                                      Physicians and Surgeons, New York; CtY-M, DNLM,
   Advice to mothers, on the management of infants,             MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
and young children, with directions how to distinguish             Reel: 55
and prevent their complaints.
New-York, B. Young. 1820
Child Care
Austin No. 1025; 39 p. 20 cm.; NNNAM.
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[Jackson, Hall] 1739-1797.                                     Jackson, James, 1777-1867.
   Observations and remarks on the putrid malignant               Remarks on the Brunonian system.
sore-throat, which has mortally raged for many years           Boston, Thomas B. Wait & Co. 1809
past.                                                          Austin No. 1037; ix, 51 p. 24 cm.; Thesis--Harvard
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Printed by John                     College; "The following pages do not contain a full
Melcher. 1786                                                  and critical examination of Brown's elements." but
Diptheria                                                      oppose his system; (Cf. Pref.); CtY-M, DNLM, MBM,
Austin No. 1032; By a gentleman of the faculty; 28 p.          MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
17 cm.; Evans 19732 (includes Osborne in imprint);                Reel: 55
*MWA, NHi.
   Reel: 55                                                    Jackson, James, 1777-1867.
                                                                  A syllabus of the lectures delivered at the
Jackson, Henry, 1778-1840.                                     Massachusetts Medical College to the medical
   An inaugural dissertation on the efficacy of certain        students of Harvard University.
external applications.                                         [Boston]. [1816]
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh                  Education, Medical
Maxwell. 1802                                                  Austin No. 1038; 108 p. 19 cm.; Author's
Therapeutics                                                   "Advertisement" dated: Boston, October, 1816;
Austin No. 1033; 42 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of           CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, NNNAM, OClM.
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                         Reel: 55
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
   Reel: 55                                                    Jackson, James, 1777-1867.
                                                                  A syllabus of the lectures delivered to the senior
Jackson, James, 1777-1867.                                     sophisters in Harvard University.
    [Circular letter, submitting proposals for the             Boston, James Loring. 1816
establishment in Boston of a "hospital for the                 Education, Medical
reception of lunatics and other sick persons," and             Austin No. 1039; 34 p. 17.5 cm.; Lectures on hygiene;
inviting contributions].                                       *MBM, MWA.
[Boston]. [1810]                                                  Reel: 55
Hospitals, Psychiatric
Austin No. 1034; [4] p. 24 cm.; Dated August 20,               Jackson, Robert, 1750-1827.
1810, and signed: James Jackson; John C. Warren; It               A treatise on the fevers of Jamaica, with some
was sent to several of the "wealthiest and most                observations on the intermitting fever of America, and
influential citizens" of Boston, according to N. I.            an appendix, containing some hints on the means of
Bowditch, A history of the Massachusetts General               preserving the health of soldiers in hot climates.
Hospital, Boston, 1872, p. 3, and "may be regarded as          Philadelphia, Robert Campbell. 1795
the cornerstone of [the] institution."; The corporation        Environmental Health; Fever; Malaria; Tropical
was chartered by the legislature in the following              Medicine
February; and the Asylum was opened in 1818, the               Austin No. 1040; xi, 276, 19 p. 18 cm.; Evans 28890;
hospital in 1821; DNLM.                                        Apparently reprinted from the London edition of
    Reel: 55                                                   1791, with the notes (19 p. at end) abridged, the
                                                               excerpts from various authors being omitted;
Jackson, James, 1777-1867.                                     Appendix: p. 255-276; CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
   Discourse on fever; delivered before the                    ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
Massachusetts Medical Society, at their annual                 MdU-D, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPC, PPL,
meeting, in June, 1818, at their request.                      RPJCB, ScMS.
Boston, Wells and Lilly. 1818                                     Reel: 55
Fever
Austin No. 1035; 36 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, MBM,                      Jackson, Samuel, 1787-1872.
NNNAM, PU.                                                        An essay on suspended animation.
   Reel: 55                                                    Philadelphia, Smith & Maxwell. 1808
                                                               Drowning; Resuscitation
Jackson, James, 1777-1867.                                     Austin No. 1041; 80, [1] p. 24 cm.; Thesis--University
   An eulogy on the character of John Warren, M.D.             of Pennsylvania; "Errata": p. [81]; DNLM, MWA,
Boston, C. Stebbins. 1815                                      MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 1036; … Delivered at the request of the                Reel: 56
counsellors of the Massachusetts Medical Society…
34 p. 24 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M,
MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPL.
   Reel: 55




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Jackson, Samuel, 1787-1872.                                     Jameson, Horatio Gates, 1778-1855.
   An oration, delivered before the Philadelphia                   The American domestick medicine; or, Medical
Medical Society, on the 22d of February, 1820.                  admonisher: containing, some account of anatomy, the
Philadelphia, M. Carey and Son. 1820                            senses, diseases, casualties; a dispensatory, and
Medicine; Societies, Medical                                    glossary.
Austin No. 1042; Published at the request of the                Baltimore, Published by F. Lucas, Jun.; J. Robinson,
Society; 38 p. 21 cm.; An attempt to trace the causes of        printer. 1817
the slow progress of medical science; DNLM, MBM,                Yellow Fever
MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PU.                                       Austin No. 1045; In which, the observations, and
   Reel: 56                                                     remedies, are adapted to the diseases, &c. of the
                                                                United States; Designed for the use of families...; xii,
Jacobs, William Stephen.                                        [17]-675 (i.e. 657), [2] p. front; 23 cm.; Includes (p.
   Experiments and observations on urinary and                  [136]-162) an abstract of an account of yellow fever in
intestinal calculi.                                             Baltimore in 1794, taken from letters written by
Philadelphia, Carr & Smith. 1801                                Thomas Drysdale to Benjamin Rush and published in
Urinary Calculi                                                 1805 in v. 1 of the Philadelphia medical museum;
Austin No. 1043; With engravings… 41 p. illus. 22               DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
cm.; Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Page 41 is in          MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM.
some copies erroneously numbered 31; DLC, DNLM,                    Reel: 56
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP,
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                   Jameson, Horatio Gates, 1778-1855.
   Reel: 56                                                        An inaugural dissertation on the supposed power of
                                                                the uterus.
James, Benjamin.                                                Baltimore, J. Robinson. 1813
   A treatise on the management of the teeth.                   Uterus
Boston, Published by Charles Callender; printed by              Austin No. 1047; 17 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--University of
Joseph T. Buckingham. 1814                                      Maryland; DNLM.
Dentistry; Tooth Diseases                                          Reel: 56
Austin No. 1044; [6] 5-141 p. 19 cm.; Added title
page, engraved; "The analysis of human teeth; By W.             Jameson, Horatio Gates, 1778-1855.
H. Pepys, Jun." (from Philosophical magazine,                      Lectures on fevers in general; in which their
London, v. 193, 1803) : p. [127]-141; CtY-M, DLC,               causes, symptoms, and sanatives are reviewed.
DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM.                              Baltimore: Printed for John D. Toy. 1817
   Reel: 56                                                     Fever
                                                                Austin No. 1048; With critical observations on causes,
Jameson, Horatio Gates, 1778-1855.                              pathology, animal life, &c. &c; 48 p. 8vo.; MBM
   The American domestick medicine; or, Medical                 (copy incomplete), MWA (copy incomplete),
admonisher: containing some account of anatomy, the             *MdBJ-W, PPC (copy incomplete).
senses, diseases, casualties; a dispensatory, and                  Reel: 56
glossary.
Baltimore: Published by the author; John D. Toy,                Ein Jeder sein eigner Doctor, oderdes armen
printer. 1818                                                   Landmanns Arzt.
Medicine                                                        Philadelphia, Gedruckt und zu finden bey Benjamin
Austin No. 1046; In which the observations, and                 Franklin, und Johann Böhm. 1749
remedies, are adapted to the diseases, &c. of the               Medicine; Therapeutics
United States Designed for the use of families; 2d ed.,         Austin No. 1049; In sich haltend: Wie sich Jedermann
with additions and improvements ...; 574, [2] p. front.         durch schelchte, und leichte Mittel ... Zu erst in
23 cm.; Includes a new part on "Bleeding" (p. 98-103)           Englischer Sprache geschrieben und zum öftern
sections on "Land scurvy" and "Corns" (p. 353-355)              gedruckt, nun aber um seiner Vortreffichkeit willen in
and several additions to the "Dispensatory" not in the          das Teutsche übersetzt worden, durch P. M. 40 p. 16
edition of 1817; "Erratum": p.[575]; Publisher's                cm.; Evans 6340; Possibly based on: Every man his
"Advertisement" of the author's Lectures on fevers:             own doctor: or, The poor planter's physician attributed
p.[576]; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                            to John Tennent in Evans; *CtY-M, PHi.
MdU-D, MnSRM, NNC, PPC, PPL.                                        Reel: 56
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Jenks, Phineas.                                                  Jennings, Samuel Kennedy, 1771-1854.
   An essay on the analogy of the Asiatic and African                The married lady's companion, or Poor man's
plague and the American yellow fever, with a view to             friend.
prove that they are the same disease varied by climate           New-York, Published by Lorenzo Dow, J. C. Totten,
and other circumstances.                                         printer. 1808
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.            Genital Disease, Female; Hygiene; Midwifery
1804                                                             Austin No. 1055; In four parts. I. An address to the
Yellow Fever                                                     married lady, who is the mother of daughters; II. An
Austin No. 1050; 52 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             address to the newly married lady; III. Some important
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM,                      hints to the midwife; IV. An essay on the management
MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                       and common diseases of children; To which will be
   Reel: 56                                                      added a short note on fever ... 2d ed., rev., corr. and
                                                                 enlarged by the author...; 304 p. 14 cm.; DLC, DNLM,
Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823.                                       MWA, NNNAM, PPL.
   An inquiry into the causes and effects of the                     Reel: 57
variolae vaccinae, a disease discovered in some of the
western counties of England, particularly                        Jennings, Samuel Kennedy, 1771-1854.
Gloucestershire, and known by the name of the cow                    The married lady's companion, or, Poor man's
pox.                                                             friend; in four parts.
Springfield [Mass.] Re-printed for Dr. Samuel                    Richmond, T. Nicolson. [ca. 1808]
Cooley, by Ashley & Brewer. 1802                                 Midwifery; Pediatrics
Vaccinia                                                         Austin No. 1054; I. An address to the married lady,
Austin No. 1051; From the 2d London ed.; iv, 116 p. 4            who is the mother of daughters; II. An address to the
col. plates; 16 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,                      newly married lady; III. Some important hints to the
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PCC.                                     midwife; Iv. An essay on the management and
   Reel: 56                                                      common diseases of children...; 204, [3], v, [2] p. 18
                                                                 cm.; "Published ... about 1808."--Blanton, W. B.
Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823.                                       Medicine in Va. in the nineteenth century, Richmond,
   Letter from Doctor Edward Jenner, to William                  1933, p. 346; "Errata" : p. [215]; CtY-M, DNLM
Dillwyn, Esq., on the effects of vaccination, in                 (copy incomplete), MWA.
preserving from the small-pox.                                       Reel: 57
[Philadelphia] Published by the Philadelphia Vaccine
Society, William Fry, printer. 1818                              Jennings, Samuel Kennedy, 1771-1854.
Smallpox Vaccine                                                     A plain elementary explanation, of the nature and
Austin No. 1052; To which are added sundry                       cure of disease, predicated upon facts and experience;
documents relating to vaccination, referred to and               presenting a view of that train of thinking which led to
accompanying the letter; 20 p. 21 cm.; DNLM, MBM,                the invention of the patent, portable warm and hot
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                                     bath.
   Reel: 57                                                      Richmond, Ritchie & Trueheart. 1814
                                                                 Hydrotherapy
Jennings, Samuel Kennedy, 1771-1854.                             Austin No. 1056; 90, [6] p. 24 cm.; "Letters patent" :
   Letters and certificates, recommending the patent             p. [91-92]; "Errata": p. [93]; DNLM, PPC.
portable warm and hot bath.                                          Reel: 57
Norfolk [Va.] Printed for the author by S. Dillworth &
C. Keemle. 1816                                                  Jennings, Samuel Kennedy, 1771-1854.
Austin No. 1053; To which are added explanations of                 Plain instructions for using the patent portable
the nature of the remedy and instructions for its                warm and hot bath.
application; designating some of the cases in which it           Richmond, Printed for the Argus Book-Press. [ca.
will be particularly beneficial, for the use of families;        1815]
By Samuel K. Jennings, patentee; 60, [1] p. 21 cm.;              Hydrotherapy
The letters and certificates are dated from Jan. 7, 1814,        Austin No. 1059; 24 p; ICJ.
to Oct. 19, 1816; Those dated before 1814 were                      Reel: 57
formerly appended to the revised edition of the
author's "A plain, elementary explanation of the nature
and cure of disease" published in Washington in 1814;
[Letters patent": p. [61]; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, PPL.
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Jennings, Samuel Kennedy, 1771-1854.                            Johnson, Joseph, 1776-1862.
   A plain, elementary explanation of the nature and               An experimental inquiry into the properties of
cure of disease, predicated upon facts and experience;          carbonic acid gas or fixed air; its mode of operation,
presenting a view of that train of thinking which led to        use in diseases, and most effectual method of relieving
the invention of the patent, portable warm and hot              animals affected by it.
bath.                                                           Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Stephen C.
Washington City, Roger C. Weightman. 1814                       Ustick. 1797
Hydrotherapy                                                    Carbonates
Austin No. 1057; 120 p. 18 cm.; First published in              Austin No. 1071; [7], 10-50 p. 20 cm.; Evans 32319
Richmond in the same year; This is a corrected and              (50 p.); Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M,
enlarged edition; "Appendix" (including letters and             DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
certificates) : p. [101]-114; 'Letters patent': p.              ScCM, ScMS.
115-116; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MH-M, MWA, PHi,                         Reel: 57
PPL.
   Reel: 57                                                     Johnson, Joseph, 1776-1862.
                                                                    An oration, delivered before the Medical Society of
Jewett, Paul.                                                   South-Carolina, at their anniversary meeting, Dec.
   The New-England farrier: or A compendium of                  24th, 1807.
farriery, in four parts.                                        Charleston, Marchant, Willington and Co. 1808
Newburyport [Mass.] Printed, Edenton [N.C.]                     Societies, Medical
Reprinted by James Wills. 1808                                  Austin No. 1072; And published at their request ...; 24
Veterinary Medicine                                             p. 2 fold. tables. 16 cm.; Presents the author's
Austin No. 1065; 48 p. 17 cm.; CSmH.                            observations on the weather and prevalent diseases in
   Reel: 57                                                     Charleston, with mortality statistics for that city,
                                                                1803-1807; DNLM, NHi, PHi, PPL.
Jewett, Paul.                                                       Reel: 57
   The New-England farrier; or, A compendium of
farriery [sic] in four parts: wherein most of the               Johnson, Robert Wallace.
diseases to which horses, neat cattle, sheep and swine             Friendly cautions to the heads of families and
are incident, are treated of.                                   others, very necessary to be observed in order to
Newburyport, William Barrett. 1795                              preserve health and long life: with ample directions to
Veterinary Medicine                                             nurses who attend the sick, women in child-bed, &c.
Austin No. 1061; 46, [2] p. 17 cm.; Evans 28901;                Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1804
DLC.                                                            Health; Nursing
   Reel: 57                                                     Austin No. 1073; 3d ed. with additions ... The 1st
                                                                American ed., with notes and additions; xii, 163 p. 18
Johnson, Christopher Turner.                                    cm.; First published anonymously in London in 1767
   A practical essay on cancer: being the substance of          under title: Some friendly cautions to the heads of
observations to which the annual prize for 1808 was             families; Published in Philadelphia in 1818 under title
adjudged by the Royal College of Surgeons of                    : The nurse's guide, and family assistant; Half title:
London.                                                         The nurse's guide; or, Companion for a sick chamber;
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker; William               DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, WMA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
Brown, printer. 1811                                               Reel: 57
Austin No. 1068; 136 p. 18 cm.; CU-M, DNLM,
LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, PHi,                         Johnson, Robert Wallace.
PPC, PPJ, PPL.                                                      The nurse's guide, and family assistant; containing
   Reel: 57                                                     friendly cautions to those who are in health: with
                                                                ample directions to nurses and others who attend the
Johnson, James, 1777-1845.                                      sick, women in child-bed, &c.
   The influence of civic life, sedentary habits, and           Philadelphia, Published by Anthony Finley; A. Small,
intellectual refinement, on human health, and human             printer. 1819
happiness; including an estimate of the balance of              Labor; Nursing
enjoyment and suffering in the different gradations of          Austin No. 1075; The 2d American ed.,
society.                                                        corrected--with an interesting appendix from "The
Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Hope, Published by             Dublin Hospital Reports."; 180 p. 16 cm.; "Appendix;
Mathew Carey and Son [etc.] T. Town, printer. 1820              Additional instructions for the nurses of a fever
Health                                                          hospital ... taken from a medical report of the
Austin No. 1069; 1st American from the London                   Hardwicke Fever Hospital, by J[ohn] Cheyne ...
copy; 110 p. 23 cm.; First published in London in               published in the first volume of the 'Dublin hospital
1818; DLC, DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PHi, PPC,                          reports": p. 169-180; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA.
PPL, PU.                                                            Reel: 57
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Johnson, Thomas, 1766-1831.                                       Jones, Absalom, 1746-1818.
   An inaugural dissertation on the putrid ulcerous                   A narrative of the proceedings of the black people,
sore throat.                                                      during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the
Philadelphia, Parry Hall. 1793                                    year 1793: and a refutation of some censures thrown
Diptheria                                                         upon them in some late publications.
Austin No. 1077; 16 p. 21 cm.; Evans 25663;                       Philadelphia, Printed for the authors, by William W.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania DLC, DNLM,                     Woodward. 1794
MWA, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                          Blacks
   Reel: 57                                                       Austin No. 1079; By A. J. and R. A.; 28 p. 19 cm.;
                                                                  Evans 27170; Pennsylvania District copyright, no. 54,
Johnson, Thomas, fl. ca.1773-1798.                                issued in 1794 to Absalom Jones and Richard Allen,
   Every man his own doctor; or, The poor man's                   "as authors and proprietors."; The publications
family physician: prescribing plain, safe, and easy               referred to in the title are those of Mathew Carey,
means to cure themselves, of the most disorders                   particularly his A short account of the malignant fever,
incident to this climate; with very little charge, the            lately prevalent in Philadelphia, where his remarks
medicines being the growth of this country, and about             reflect upon the conduct of negro nurses in the yellow
almost every man's plantation.                                    fever epidemic; The first three editions of this work
Salisbury [N.C.] Printed for the author. 1798                     appeared in November 1793; Jones' references are to
Medicine; Plants, Medicinal                                       the 2d ed. (p. 76-77) and the 3d ed. (p. 106) of Carey's
Austin No. 1076; [2], v, 50 p.; The title and most of the         work; Carey replied to Jones' narrative and to a
preface are plaglarized from an earlier work of very              criticism signed "Argus," in Address of M. Carey to
similar title attributed to John Tennent (2d ed.,                 the public, Philadelphia, 1794; The narrative is
Williamsburg and Annapolis, 1734); The contents of                followed by a letter to Matthew Clarkson, mayor of
the two works, however, are essentially different;                Philadelphia (dated Jan. 7, 1794, and signed by
Thomas Johnson "of Montgomery County, North                       Absalom Jones and Richard Allen) with Clarkson's
Carolina" had petitioned the Virginia House of                    reply (dated Jan. 23, 1794) : "An address to those who
Delegates in 1797 "praying aid ... to enable him to               keep slaves, and approve the practice"; "To the people
publish a treatise on the efficacy of the botanical               of colour" : and "A short address to the friends of him
plants of this country."; Cf. Virginia, v. 2 (1917) p. 81,        who hath no helper."; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, PP,
item 7898a; DNLM (microfilm copy), NcU.                           PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
   Reel: 57                                                           Reel: 57

Johnston, Robert.                                                 Jones, Calvin, 1775-1846.
   An inaugural dissertation on the influenza.                        A treatise on the scarlatina anginosa: or what is
Philadelphia, Johnston & Justice. 1793                            vulgarly called the scarlet fever, or canker-rash.
Influenza                                                         Catskill [N.Y.] M. Croswell & Co. 1794
Austin No. 1078; [2], 38 p. 21 cm.; Evans 25664;                  Scarlet Fever
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                    Austin No. 1080; Replete with every thing necessary
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, PPL, PU.                               to the pathology and practice, deduced from actual
   Reel: 57                                                       experience and observation ... 23 p. 21 cm.; Evans
                                                                  27171; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, NNNAM.
                                                                      Reel: 57

                                                                  Jones, Edward, fl. 1796.
                                                                     An inaugural dissertation on pneumonia, or
                                                                  pulmonary state of fever.
                                                                  Philadelphia, Ormrod & Conrad. 1796
                                                                  Pneumonia
                                                                  Austin No. 1081; [4], 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 30643;
                                                                  Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
                                                                  MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
                                                                     Reel: 57

                                                                  [Jones, Ira].
                                                                      A new treatise on the consumption: containing an
                                                                  attempt to investigate its real nature by an attentive
                                                                  view of its predisposing and proximate causes: and a
                                                                  refutation of some mistaken theories respecting the
                                                                  disease.
                                                                  Newfield, (Connecticut), Ira Jones. 1796
                                                                  Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
                                                                  Austin No. 1082; To which is annexed a systematic
                                                                  mode of treatment; By an advocate for useful
                                                                  improvement; v, 49 p. 21 cm.; DLC, *MBM.
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Jones, John, 1729-1791.                                         Jones, John, 1729-1791.
   Plain concise practical remarks on the treatment of             The surgical works of the late John Jones, M.D.
wounds and fractures; to which is added, a short                Philadelphia, Wrigley and Berriman. 1795
appendix on camp and military hospitals; principally            Surgery
designed' for the use of young military surgeons in             Austin No. 1086; The 3d ed.; To which are added, A
North-America.                                                  short account of the life of the author, with occasional
New York, John Holt. 1775                                       notes and observations; By James Mease ...; viii, [2],
Fractures; Military Medicine; Wounds & Injuries                 48, [5], 4-186 p. 21 cm.; Evans 28909; The previous
Austin No. 1083; [2], 3, viii, 92, [1] p. 22 cm.; Evans         editions (1775 and 1776) were published under title:
14134 (Collation differs slightly); Errata slip on verso        Plain concise practical remarks on the treatment of
of p. 3 of the dedication "To Doctor Thomas                     wounds and fractures; Two minor works have been
Cadwalader."; "An appendix, containing some short               added in this edition: "Case of anthrox" (p. 173-177)
hints on the structure and economy of hospitals;                and "Uncommon case of hydrocele" (p. 179-181);
particularly applied to military ones, with the general         DLC, DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPC,
means of preserving health in an army" (p. [79],-92)            PPL, PU.
has special half title; On verso of the last leaf, an              Reel: 58
advertisement of Donald M'Lean, "apothecary and
druggist, five doors from the Coffee-House in                   Jones, Samuel, ca. 1772-1797.
New-York."; *DLC, DNLM (photocopy), MBM,                           An inaugural dissertation on hydrocele.
NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC.                                           Philadelphia, Stephen C. Ustick. 1797
   Reel: 57                                                     Hydrocele; Hydrocephalus; Neoplasms
                                                                Austin No. 1088; 27 p. 20 cm.; Evans 32324;
Jones, John Frederick Drake.                                    Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
   A treatise on the process employed by nature in              MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,
suppressing the hemorrhage from divided and                     RPJCB.
punctured arteries, and on the use of the ligature;                Reel: 58
concluding with observations on secondary
hemorrhage.                                                     Jones, Thomas Dashiell.
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson; Fry and                  An essay on the importance of the obstetrick art.
Kammerer, printers. 1811                                        Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1812
Hemorrhage                                                      Obstetrics; Uterus
Austin No. 1087; The whole deduced from an                      Austin No. 1089; 23 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
extensive series of experiments ...; xv, 237 p. 15              Medicine of Maryland; DLC, DNLM, MBM.
plates. 23 cm.; First published in London in 1805;                 Reel: 58
DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC, PU,                           Kast, Philip Godfrid, druggist, Salem (Mass.).
ScCM, ScMS.                                                        Drugs and medicines.
   Reel: 58                                                     [Salem]. [1774]
                                                                Pharmacology
Jones, John, 1729-1791.                                         Austin No. 1091; Philip Godfrid Kast takes the
   Plain concise practical remarks, on the treatment of         pleasure to acquaint his friends and the public, that he
wounds and fractures; to which is added, an appendix,           has just imported from London, and is now opening in
on camp and military hospitals; principally designed,           his Apothecary Store, at the sign of the Lion and
for the use of young military and naval surgeons, in            Mortar, in King-Street, Salem. Broadside; MSaE.
North-America.                                                     Reel: 58
Philadelphia, Robert Bell. 1776
Fractures; Military Medicine; Wounds & Injuries                 Kearsley, John, 1684-1772.
Austin No. 1084; 114, [1] p. 20 cm.; First published in             The case of Mr. T.[homas] L.[awrence] with regard
New York in 1775; Published in Philadelphia in 1795             to the method pursued therein by J.[ohn] K.[carsley]
under title: The surgical works of the late John Jones;         surgeon, with the uncommon treatment the said J.K.
CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                         hath met with, in his procedure therein.
NNNAM, PHi, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                                     [Philadelphia, William Dunlap]. [1760]
   Reel: 58                                                     Malpractice
                                                                Austin No. 1092; 2 p. fol.; Evans 8630; PPL.
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[Kearsley, John, jr] d. 1777.                                Kissam, Benjamin, 1782-1831.
   Observations on the angina maligna: or the putrid            An inaugural dissertation on fistula in ano.
and ulcerous sore throat.                                    New-York, T.& J.Swords. 1805
Philadelphia, William and Thomas Bradford. 1769              Rectal Fistula
Animals, Domestic; Diptheria                                 Austin No. 1097; 20p. 20 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
Austin No. 1094; With a method of treating it; By a          College; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNc,
lover of Pennsylvania; 7 p. 8vo.; Evans 11449; (Under        NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PU.
Rush, Benjamin) Cf.: Middleton, W. S. The John                  Reel: 58
Kearsleys, Ann. Med. Hist, 1921, III, pp. 391-402;
PPC.                                                         Kissam, Samuel.
   Reel: 58                                                     An inaugural essay on the anthelmintic quality of
                                                             the Phaseolus zuratensis siliqua hirsuta, or cow-itch.
[Kearsley, John] 1684-1772.                                  New-York, S. Inslee and A. Car. 1771
   A letter to a friend; containing remarks on A             Anthelmintics; Plants, Medicinal
discourse proposing a preparation of the body for the        Austin No. 1099; [4], 12 p. 20 cm.; Evans 12091;
small-pox.                                                   Thesis--King's College, New York; DLC, NHi, NNC,
[Philadelphia] B. Franklin & D. Hall. 1751                   *NNNAM, NNS, PPL, RPJCB.
Malaria; Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine; Yellow Fever               Reel: 58
Austin No. 1093; 16 p. 4to.; Evans 6697; A reply to
Adam Thomson's A discourse on the preparation of             Klapp, Joseph.
the body for the small-pox; B. Franklin & D. Hall,              A chemico-physiological essay, disproving the
1750; Attributed to John Kearsley by Cushing; PHi.           existence of an aeriform function in the skin, and
   Reel: 58                                                  pointing out, by experiment, the impropriety of
                                                             ascribing absorption to the external surface of the
Killpatrick, Ja[mes] d. 1770.                                human body.
    A full and clear reply to Doct. Thomas Dale.             Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
Charles-Town, South-Carolina, Printed by Peter               Oswald. 1805
Timothy. 1739                                                Skin Absorption
Smallpox                                                     Austin No. 1100; 44 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 1096; Wherein the real impropriety of             Pennsylvania; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
blistering with cantharides in the first fever of the        NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
small-pox is plainly demonstrated; With some                    Reel: 58
diverting remarks on the Doctor's great consistence,
and exquisite attainments in physick and philology…          Kurzgefasstes Arzney-Büchlein, für Menschen und
By Ja: Killpatrick; 48 p. 11. 22 cm.; Evans 4373             Vieh, darinnen CXXVIII auserlesene Recepten, nebst
(Elizabeth Timothy in imprint); CtY-M (facsimile),           einer prognostischen Tafel.
*DLC (facsimile), MBM (facsimile).                           Ephrata [Pa.]. 1791
    Reel: 58                                                 Therapeutics
                                                             Austin No. 1101; 24 p. 18 cm.; Evans 23483; This
King, Robert J.                                              may be an edition of the work published anonymously
   An inaugural essay on blisters.                           in Dresden in 1687 under title: Kurs verfasstes
Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1799                              Arznel-Büchlein, attributed to a certain Samuel
Blister                                                      Mueller in Holzmann, Duetsches
Austin No. 1095; 37 p. 22 cm.; Evans 35687;                  Anonymen-Lexikon; DNLM, MWA, PP, PPL.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                 Reel: 58
DNLM, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM, PHi,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                         Kurzgefasstes Weiber-Büchlein. Enthält Aristotels
   Reel: 58                                                  und Alberti Magni He-bammen-kunst, mit den darzu
                                                             gehörigen Recepten.
Kissam, Benjamin P., 1785-1828.                              [Ephrata]. 1798
   An inaugural dissertation on the functions of the         Midwifery
uterus.                                                      Austin No. 1108; Evans 33311; 64 p. 12mo.; PPL.
New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1816                            Reel: 58
Austin No. 1098; 61,[1]p. 24 cm.; Thesis--College of
Physicians and Surgeons, New York; Errata on a               L., J.
single leaf inserted at end; DLC, DNLM, MBM,                    An inquiry into the nature and origin of that very
MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                              common and hurtful disorder, commonly
   Reel: 58                                                  denominated a cold: with an accurate description of
                                                             the symtoms which accompany the disorder.
                                                             Portland, Herald Press. 1811
                                                             Common Cold
                                                             Austin No. 1115; 16 p. 21 cm.; MWA.
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La Condamine, Charles Marie de, 1701-1774.                      Lathrop, John, 1740-1816.
    The history of inoculation.                                    A discourse, before the Humane Society, in
New-Haven, T. and S. Green. [1773]                              Boston: delivered on the second Tuesday of June,
Smallpox Vaccine                                                1787.
Austin No. 1116; Published April 24th, 1754; 35 p. 18           Boston, E. Russell. 1787
cm.; Evans 12825 (Variant pagination statement                  Austin No. 1125; 34, xiii p. 23 cm.; Evans 20450; On
derives from an error in the Index Catalogue, ser. 2); A        the value of human life; Includes (p. 18-20) a short
translation of the author's Mémoire sur l'inoculation de        account of humane societies formed within the last
la petite vérole (Paris, 1754) probably based on the            twenty years in Europe; "An appendix" (xiii p. at end)
text included in his Mémoires pour servir á l'histoire          contains a short account of the Society, treatment of
de l'inoculation de la petite vérole (Paris, 1768. A            persons apparently dead from drowning, and lists of
different English translation was published in London           officers and members; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
in 1755 under title: A discourse on inoculation; John           NHi, NNNAM, PPL, RPJCB.
Osborn "published La Condamine's treatise ... with an              Reel: 59
appendix of his own [Letters I-II] and distributed the
work gratis.";--Thacher, James. American medical                Lathrop, John, 1740-1816.
biography, 1828, v. 1, p. 415; "Letter II' (dated Sept.            A sermon preached at the Church in Brattlestreet,
14, 1773, and probably written by Jabez Hamlin,                 Boston, Thursday, September 27, 1798.
whose initials are supplied in manuscript at end) : p.          Boston, Printed by Benjamin Edes. 1798
34-35; DNLM.                                                    Yellow Fever
    Reel: 58                                                    Austin No. 1126; A day religiously observed on
                                                                account of the epidemic now prevailing in this town,
Lamb, John.                                                     and several other seaports in America ...; 24, iv p.
   An inaugural dissertation on the apoplexy.                   8vo.; Evans 33984; MWA, *NNNAM.
Philadelphia, Jones, Hoff & Derrick. 1794                          Reel: 59
Cerebrovascular Disorders
Austin No. 1118; [2], 30 p. 19 cm.; Evans 27193;                Launey, Frederick.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                      A short account of the salutary effect of Doctor
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PPAmP, PPL, PU.                      Launey's medico condensed air; describing a few only
   Reel: 58                                                     of the disorders which have been cured thereby:
                                                                together with a description of the beginning, the
Lancaster (Pa.).                                                progress and actual state of the complaints of the
    [Resolution made] at a meeting of the inhabitants           respective patients when they applied to the medical
of the borough of Lancaster, held at Lancaster, at the          apparatus for relief.
courthouse on Thursday, September 19th, 1793, to                Albany, Printed for the author. 1805
take into consideration the present alarming state of           Therapeutics
the malignant fever, which rages in the city of                 Austin No. 1128; 15 p. 22.5 cm.; Caption title
Philadelphia.                                                   (including imprint) DNLM, MBM.
Philadelphia. 1793                                                  Reel: 59
Yellow Fever
Austin No. 1119; Jasper Yeates, in the chair;                   Launy, David F.
Broadside. 42.5 cm.; Text in English and German;                   To the inhabitants of the city of Philadelphia, and
*NNNAM, PPC.                                                    particularly to those suffering under the most acute
    Reel: 58                                                    chronic and other diseases.
                                                                Philadelphia. 1812
Lang, Edward S.                                                 Chronic Disease; Disease Outbreaks; Preventive
   Medicine chests: with suitable directions.                   Medicine
[Salem, Thomas C. Cushing]. [1800]                              Austin No. 1129; 12 p. 20 cm.; Signed at end: David F.
Drugs                                                           Launy, Philadelphia, Nov. 4, 1812; PPAmP.
Austin No. 1121; prepared by Edward S. Lang: at his                Reel: 59
shop in Essex-Street, corner of Liberty-Street, Salem.
10 p. 12 mo.; Evans 38455; MSaE.                                Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.
   Reel: 58                                                         Essays on physiognomy; for the promotion of the
                                                                knowledge and the love of mankind.
La Terrière, Pierre de Sales, 1747-1815.                        Boston, William Spotswood [etc.]. [1794]
  A dissertation on the puerperal fever.                        Physiognomy
Boston, Samuel Hall. 1789                                       Austin No. 1130; written in the German Ianguage
Puerperal Infection                                             abridged from Mr. Holcrofts translation… [6], 272 p.
Austin No. 1124; 18 p. 20 cm.; Evans 21915; Thesis              7 plates (incl. ports.) 17 cm.; Evans 27203; Engraved
(M.B.)--Harvard; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M,                          title page; "First American edition."; DNLM, MWA,
MWA, NNNAM.                                                     PPL.
  Reel: 59                                                          Reel: 59




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                                          Reel Listing

Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801.                             Le Gallois, Julien Jean César, 1770-1814.
   The pocket Lavater, or, The science of                         Experiments on the principle of life, and
physiognomy.                                                   particularly on the principle of the motions of the
New-York, Van Winkle & Wiley. 1817                             heart, and on the seat of this principle: including the
Physiognomy                                                    report made to the first class of the Institute, upon the
Austin No. 1131; to which is added, an inquiry into the        experiments relative to the motions of the heart.
analogy existing between brute and human                       Philadelphia, Published by M. Thomas, William Fry,
physiognomy, from the Italian of Porta. Embellished            printer. 1813
with 44 copperplate heads; v, [3]-140 p. port., 35             Biology; Heart
plates. 15 cm.; DNLM, MWA, NNS.                                Austin No. 1139; Translated by N.C. and J.G.
   Reel: 59                                                    Nancrede ...; viii, 328 p. fold. front. 22 cm.; CU-M,
                                                               CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M,
Lawrence, Effingham.                                           MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, PPC,
    Inspected store of drugs and medicines.                    PPL, PU.
[New-York]. [1790]                                                Reel: 59
Drug Evaluation
Austin No. 1132; As good and genuine medicines are             Lee, Samuel.
of great consequence to the community at large,--the              Lee's genuine (windham) bilious pills, or family
following certificate will shew, that the public may           physic.
depend on being supplied with such ... [certificate of         [Windham?]. [ca. 1791]
the Medical Society of the State of New-York; Signed           Drugs, Non-Prescription
by John Charlton, Samuel Bard, John R. B. Rogers;              Austin No. 1135; Prepared by Samuel Lee, of
New-York, June 29, 1790]; Broadside. 12mo.; Evans              Windham ...; Connecticut; Broadside. 19.5 cm.;
22611; *NHi, NNNAM (photocopy).                                MWA.
    Reel: 59                                                      Reel: 59

Lawrence, Sir William, bart., 1783-1867.                       Lee, Samuel Holden Parsons, 1772-1863.
     A treatise on ruptures, containing an anatomical             Doctor Lee's patent New-London bilious pills.
description of each species: with an account of its            New-London, Conn. [1820]
symptoms, progress, and treatment.                             Drugs, Non-Prescription
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker, William              Austin No. 1136; only prepared physician,
Brown, printer. 1811                                           New-London… Patent right secured according to law;
Ruptures                                                       Broadside. 35 cm.; MWA.
Austin No. 1133; 1st American, from the London                    Reel: 59
corrected edition; With an appendix, by Joseph Parrish
...; viii, 412 p. 2 plates (1 fold.) 22 cm.; the second        Lee, Samuel Holden Parsons, 1772-1863.
edition (London, 1810); CU-M, DNLM, IEN-M,                         Medical advice to seamen; with directions for a
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, OClM,                          medicine chest.
PPC, PPL.                                                      New-London [Conn.] Samuel Green. 1795
     Reel: 59                                                  Naval Medicine
                                                               Austin No. 1137; 16 p. 19 cm.; Not found in Evans;
Laws, John May.                                                Manuscript cover title: The Directions to the Chest No
   An inaugural dissertation, on the rationale of the          66; Signed at end: Auctori [sic] S. H. P. Lee,
operation of opium on the animal economy; with                 Physician; Additions to list of medicines (p. 13-16) on
observations on its use in disease.                            2 leaves at end, in author's hand (?) and dated New
Wilmington, Printed by W. C. Smyth, Delaware                   London, February 5, 1798; DNLM.
Gazette Office. 1797                                               Reel: 59
Opium
Austin No. 1134; 12 p. 21 cm.; Evans 32364;                    Lee's Patent & Family Medicine Store.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM,                    Evening amusement.
PPAmP, PPC.                                                    New York. 1817
   Reel: 59                                                    Aphorisms and Proverbs
                                                               Austin No. 1138; Maxims for the preservation of
                                                               health, and the prevention of diseases. [Cover title].
                                                               An account of patent & family medicines... for sale at
                                                               Lee's Patent and Family Medicine Store. [Cap. title].
                                                               33, [1] p. 16 mo.; PPL.
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Legare, Daniel.                                                  Lewis, William, 1714-1781.
   An experimental inquiry into the effects of tobacco               The Edinburgh new dispensatory.
fumes, on the system; and their use in cases of                  Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1791
suspended animation, from submersion.                            Dispensatories; Pharmacology
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.                 Austin No. 1144; containing I. The elements of
Oswald. 1805                                                     pharmaceutical chemistry. II. The materia medica; or,
Nicotine; Smoking                                                An account of the natural history, qualities, operations
Austin No. 1140; 30 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             and uses, of the different substances employed in
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, NNNAM, NNU-M,                         medicine. III. The pharmaceutical preparations and
PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                        medicinal compositions of the new editions of the
   Reel: 59                                                      London (1788) and Edinburgh (1783)
                                                                 pharmacopoeias… Together with the addition of those
Lent, Adolph C.                                                  formulae, from the best foreign pharmacopoeias,
    An inaugural dissertation, shewing in what manner            which are held in highest esteem in other parts of
pestilential vapours acquire their acid quality, and how         Europe; The whole interspersed with practical
this is neutralized and destroyed by alkalies.                   cautions and observations, and enriched by the latest
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1798                                   discoveries in natural history, chemistry, and medicine
Yellow Fever                                                     ... Being an improvement upon the New dispensatory
Austin No. 1141; 54 p. 21 cm.; Evans 33992;                      of Dr. Lewis; A new ed.; with many alterations,
Thesis--Columbia College; "Appendix"                             corrections, and additions; 656 p. 3 fold. plates. 21
(experiments): p. 53-54; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, PPL.                  cm.; Evans 23503; Dedication signed: Andrew
    Reel: 59                                                     Duncan; CU-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
                                                                 MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, PPC.
A Letter from one in the country, to his friend in the               Reel: 60
city: in relation to their distresses occasioned by the
doubtful and prevailing practice of the inocculation of          [Lewis, William] 1714-1781.
the small-pox.                                                        The Edinburgh new dispensatory.
Boston, Nicholas Boone [etc.]. 1721                              New-York, Published by James Eastburn and Co.;
Smallpox Vaccine                                                 Clayton & Kingsland, printers. 1818
Austin No. 1142; 8 p. 17 cm.; Evans 2229; Inscribed              Dispensatories; Pharmacology
"to my friend in the city" (p. 2) whom the author later          Austin No. 1148; containing I. The elements of
addresses as "Francis" (p. 8); "Early in December                pharmaceutical chemistry. II. The materia medica; or,
(before the 11th) was issued an auonymous tract--'A              The natural, pharmaceutical and medical history, of
letter from one in the country ...' addressed, it seems,         the substances employed in medicine. III. The
to Dr. Francis Archibald [i.e. Archbald]"-- Kittredge,           pharmaceutical preparations and compositions.
G. L. "Introduction" to Several reasons ... by Increase          Including translations of the Edinburgh
Mather, Cleveland, 1921, p. 24; DNLM, NNNAM.                     pharmacopoeia, published in 1805, of the Dublin
    Reel: 59                                                     pharmacopoeia, in 1807, and of the London
                                                                 pharmacopoeia, in 1815 ... By Andrew Duncan, Jun.
A Letter to Doctor Zabdiel Boylston.                             ... From the 8th and last Edinburgh ed. With large
Boston, D. Henchman [etc.]. 1730                                 additions, relating principally to the vegetable
Vaccination                                                      production of the United States; By Jacob Dyckman
Austin No. 1143; occasion'd by a late Dissertation               ...; [4], 798 p. 5 plates. 23 cm.; Half title: The
concerning inoculation, printed at Boston… [2], 14 p.            American edition of the Edinburgh new dispensatory,
18 cm.; Evans 3296; The letter is dated Mar. 3, 1730;            enlarged and adapted to the materia medica of the
It is a refutation of William Douglass' Dissertation             United States; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
concerning inoculation of the small-pox, published in            MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL, PU,
Boston in the same year; DNLM, NNNAM.                            ScMS.
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[Lewis, William] 1714-1781.                                       The Life of that wonderful and extraordinarily heavy
   The Edinburgh new dispensatory.                                man, Daniel Lambert, from his birth to the moment of
Worcester [Mass.] From the press of Isaiah Thomas,                his dissolution; with an account of men noted for their
Jun., sold by him in Worcester and Springfield; [etc.,            corpulency, and other interesting matter.
etc.]. 1805                                                       New York, Samuel Wood & Sons; [etc., etc.]. 1818
Dispensatories; Pharmacology                                      Obesity
Austin No. 1147; containing I. The elements of                    Austin No. 1153; 46 p. incl. front. (port.) 15 cm.;
pharmaceutical chemistry. II. The materia medica; or,             DNLM.
The natural, pharmaceutical and medical history of the               Reel: 61
different substances employed in medicine. III. The
pharmaceutical preparations and compositions                      Lind, James, 1716-1794.
including complete and accurate translations of the                  An essay on diseases incidental to Europeans, in
octavo edition of the London pharmacopoeia,                       hot climates, with the method of preventing their fatal
published in 1791; Dublin pharmacopoeia, published                consequences.
in 1794; and of the new edition of the Edinburgh                  Philadelphia, William Duane. 1811
pharmacopoeia, published in 1803… By Andrew                       Environmental Health; Malaria; Tropical Medicine
Duncan, Jun. ... 1st Worcester ed.; xii, 694 (i.e.684) p.         Austin No. 1154; To which is added, an appendix,
6 plates. 24 cm.; CtY-M, CU-M, DLC, DNLM, IU-M,                   concerning intermittent fevers; and a simple and easy
LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MWiW, MdBJ-W, MdU-D,                             way to render sea water fresh, and to prevent a scarcity
NNC, NNNAM, OCLM, OkU-M, PPC, PPJ, PPL,                           of provisions in long voyages at sea; 1st American,
ScMS.                                                             from the 6th London ed. ...; viii, 268 p. 24 cm.;
   Reel: 60                                                       CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,
                                                                  MdU-D, NNNAM, PPC, PPHa, PPL.
Lieutaud, Joseph, 1703-1780.                                         Reel: 61
    Proposals for publishing by subscription, the first
part of the Synopsis of the universal practice of                 Lining, John, 1708-1760.
medicine, exhibiting a concise view of all diseases.                  A description of the American yellow fever, which
[Philadelphia, Published by Edward and Richard                    prevailed at Charleston, in South Carolina, in the year
Parker; Abraham Bowman, printer]. [1816]                          1748.
Medicine                                                          Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1799
Austin No. 1149; By Joseph Lieutaud ... Now first                 Yellow Fever
translated from the Latin, by Edwin A. Atlee ...; viii p.         Austin No. 1155; 30 p. 24 cm.; Evans 35733 (30, [2]
23 cm.; Imprint supplied from the "Synopsis" as                   p.); A letter, dated 1753, addressed to Dr. Robert
published in 1816; "Conditions" (p. viii) dated "3d               Whytt of Edinburgh; DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PHi.
mo. 25th 1816."; "Extract from the author's preface":                 Reel: 61
p. [ii]-viii; DNLM.
    Reel: 61                                                      Lockette, Henry Wilson.
                                                                     An inaugural dissertation on the warm bath.
Lieutaud, Joseph, 1703-1780.                                      Philadelphia, Carr & Smith. 1801
   Synopsis of the universal practice of medicine.                Balneology
Philadelphia, Published by Edward and Richard                     Austin No. 1156; [6], 53, [1] p. plate. 22 cm.;
Parker; Abraham Bowman, printer. 1816                             Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Explanation of
Medicine                                                          plate ("a machine for using the steam bath ... made by
Austin No. 1150; Exhibiting a concise view of all                 Mr. Peale"): p. [54]; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
diseases, both internal and external: illustrated with            NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
complete commentaries… Translated from the Latin,                    Reel: 61
by Edwin A. Atlee ...; [6], viii, 641, [1] p. 23 cm.;
Translation of part 1 only (containing books 1-3, on              Logan, George, 1778-1861.
internal diseases, external diseases, and diseases of                Observations on the hepatic state of fever.
women and children) of the Synopsis universae                     Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by W.F.
praxeos medicae (Amsterdam, 1765; Paris, 1770);                   M'Laughlin. 1802
Atlee abandoned his original intention to translate also          Liver Diseases
the second part, the Materia medica; Cf. Translator's             Austin No. 1157; 34 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
pref., p. [vii]; CLM, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,                      Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
MH-M, MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,                               PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScCM, ScMS.
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                        Reel: 61
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The London practice of midwifery; to which are                   [Low, James] 1781-1822.
added, instructions for the treatment of lying-in                   Review of "An essay on the bilious epidemic fever,
women, and the principal diseases of children, chiefly           prevailing in the state of New-York: by Christopher C.
designed for students and early practitioners.                   Yates.".
New-York, Published by James V. Seaman, J. & J.                  Albany, Printed by E. and E. Hosford, for the author.
Harper, printers. 1820                                           1813
Labor; Midwifery                                                 Yellow Fever
Austin No. 1158; 1st American, from the 4th London,              Austin No. 1163; With additional remarks, by a
edition corrected and improved; [16] p. 18 cm.; "An              physician; 44 p. 22 cm.; Two editions of Yates' Essay
attempt by an anonymous compiler to give the                     were published in Albany in 1813; DLC, DNLM,
substance of Dr. [John] Clarke's lectures."--Munk,               MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM.
Roll of the Royal Coll. of Phys., v. 2, p. 371; DNLM                Reel: 61
(microfilm copy), OClM.
    Reel: 61                                                     Lucas, Rachel (Hinman) b. 1774.
                                                                    Remarkable account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas,
The London practice of midwifery; to which are                   daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham (Conn.) as
added, instructions for the treatment of lying-in                written by herself, and attested by her family and
women, and the principal diseases of children, chiefly           acquaintance.
designed for students and early practitioners.                   Boston, Samuel Avery. 1811
New-York, Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, and                   Psychosomatic Medicine
Samuel S. Wood & Co., Baltimore; J. & J. Harper,                 Austin No. 1164; 12 p. 18 cm.; An account of the
printers. 1820                                                   author's illness and sapposed miraculous healing;
Labor; Midwifery                                                 Dated 1806 and signed by the author; List of
Austin No. 1159; 1st American, from the 4th London,              physicians who prescribed for Mrs. Lucas, with their
edition corrected and improved; xi, 303, [16] p. 18              places of abode: p. 9-10; DNLM.
cm.; DNLM (microfilm copy), OClM.                                   Reel: 61
   Reel: 61
                                                                 Ludlow, Edmund.
Longbothom, B. T.                                                  An inaugural dissertation on intermittent fevers.
   A treatise on dentistry, explaining the diseases of           New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1794
the teeth and gums, with the most effectual means of             Malaria
prevention and remedy.                                           Austin No. 1165; 35 p. 21 cm.; Evans 27238;
Baltimore, Prentiss and Cole. 1802                               Thesis--Columbia College; DNLM, MWA, NNC,
Dentistry; Gingival Diseases                                     NNNAM.
Austin No. 1161; to which is added, Dentition; with                Reel: 61
rules to be observed during that interesting period…
66, [6] p. 17 cm.; DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdU-D,                        Lytton, William L.
NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PU.                                               An inaugural dissertation on dropsy.
   Reel: 61                                                      New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1807
                                                                 Edema
Lord, Benjamin, 1694-1784.                                       Austin No. 1166; 40 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
    God glorified in his works, of providence and                College; "A statistical view of the dropsy for three
grace.                                                           years [1804-06], in the city of New-York": p. [5]-8;
Boston, Printed by Rogers and Fowle for J. Blanchard.            DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PPC.
1743                                                                Reel: 62
Psychosomatic Medicine
Austin No. 1162; A remarkable instance of it, in the ...         Mace, John.
deliverances ... wrought for Mrs. Mercy Wheeler, in                 The proximate cause of disease: by induction from
Plainfield; lately restored from extreme impotence and           the laws of animated nature.
long confinement; 44 p. 16.5 cm.; Evans 5228;                    Philadelphia, Printed by Budd and Bartram for
Half-title: Mr. Lord's narrative, with suitable                  Thomas Dobson. 1802
reflections, concerning the very surprising case of              Disease
Mrs. M. Wheeler, &c.; NNNAM.                                     Austin No. 1168; With an examination of the theories
    Reel: 61                                                     of Townsend, Reich, Darwin, Rush, and Wilson ...; 79
                                                                 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of Pennsylvania;
                                                                 Without thesis statement; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
                                                                 MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, ScMS.
                                                                     Reel: 62




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Mackenzie, Colin, 1775?-1827.                                  Macneven, William James, 1763-1841.
   An inaugural dissertation on the dysentery.                    ... Outline of the lectures and demonstrations of
Philadelphia, Ormrod & Conrad. 1797                            William James Macneven, M.D., as professor of
Dysentery                                                      chemistry and materia medica.
Austin No. 1172; 47 p. 19 cm.; Evans 32407;                    New-York, George Long. 1820
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                 Chemistry; Pharmacology
MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                       Austin No. 1179; 7 p. 20 cm.; At head of title:
PU.                                                            University of the State of New-York; College of
   Reel: 62                                                    Physicians and Surgeons; "[This] prospectus exhibits
                                                               an outline of the lectures of Professor Macneven
Mackenzie, Sir George Steuart, 7th bart.,                      during the college session from the beginning of
1780-1848.                                                     November to the end of February."--p. 7; DNLM.
   A treatise on the diseases and management of                   Reel: 62
sheep.
New-York, I. Riley. 1810                                       Macrery, Joseph.
Austin No. 1173; with introductory remarks on their               An inaugural dissertation on the principle of
anatomical structure; and an appendix, containing              animation.
documents exhibiting the value of the Merino breed of          Wilmington, Bonsal and Niles. 1802
sheep, and their progress in Scotland… 100, 45 p. 5            Biology
plates; 24 cm.; DNLM.                                          Austin No. 1180; 24 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of
   Reel: 62                                                    Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PPAmP,
                                                               PPC, PPL.
Mackrill, Joseph, 1762-1820.                                      Reel: 62
   The history of the yellow fever, with the most
successful method of treatment.                                Maddox, Isaac, bp. of Worcester, 1697-1759.
Baltimore, John Hayes. 1796                                        A sermon preached before His Grace John duke of
Yellow Fever                                                   Marlborough, president, the vice-presidents and
Austin No. 1174; [2] 26 p. 17 cm.; Evans 30729; DLC,           governors of the hospital for the small-pox, and for
DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM.                                           inoculation, at the parish-church of St. Andrew
   Reel: 62                                                    Holborn, on Thursday, March 5, 1752.
                                                               London, Printed; Boston, N. E., Re-printed and sold
Maclean, Lachlan.                                              by J. Draper. 1752
    An inquiry into the nature, causes, and cure of            Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine
hydrothorax.                                                   Austin No. 1181; By Isaac Lord Bishop of Worcester;
Hartford, Hale & Hosmer. 1814                                  Published at the request of the president,
Hydrothorax                                                    vice-presidents, and governors; [4], 15 p. 20 cm.;
Austin No. 1176; illustrated by interesting cases, and         Evans 6871; First published in London in 1752; "The
many living examples of the success of the mode of             first discourse from the pulpit in favour of
treatment recommended… First American edition;                 inoculation."--Dedication to King George II. CtY-M,
xiii, [2], 187, 176 p. 23 cm.; The case are in                 DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi.
Appendixes I-II (176 p. at end); CtY-M, DLC,                       Reel: 62
DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
NjR, OClM, OkU-M, PPC, PPL, ScMS.                              Madison, James C.
    Reel: 62                                                      Observations on the medical properties of iron.
                                                               Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
Macleane, Lauchlin, 1728?-1777.                                Oswald. 1805
   An essay on the expediency of inoculation and the           Iron
seasons most proper for it.                                    Austin No. 1182; 22 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Philadelphia, William Bradford. 1756                           Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, NNNAM, PHi,
Vaccination                                                    PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 1177; 39, [1] p. 20 cm.; Evans 7701; DLC,              Reel: 62
DNLM, MBM, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, Nnu-M,
PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                               Magendie, François, 1783-1855.
   Reel: 62                                                        Physiological and chemical researches on the use
                                                               of the prussic or hydrocyanic acid in the treatment of
Macneven, William James, 1763-1841.                            diseases of the breast, and particularly in phthisis
   Chemical examination of the mineral water of                pulmonialis.
Schooley's Mountain.                                           New-Haven, Howe & Spalding [etc.]. 1820
New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1815                           Breast Feeding; Hydrocyanic Acid; Tuberculosis,
Mineral Waters                                                 Pulmonary
Austin No. 1178; Read before the Literary and                  Austin No. 1183; Translated from the French, with
Philosophical Society of New-York ... by William               notes, &c. by James G. Percival, M.D.; 86 p. 19.5 cm.;
James M'Neven, M.D. ...; 21 p. 29 cm.; DNLM,                   CtY-M, *DLC, ICJ, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
NNNAM.                                                         MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPJ, PPL.
   Reel: 62                                                        Reel: 62

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Magruder, Ninian, d. 1823.                                      Mann, James, 1759-1832.
   An inaugural dissertation on the small-pox.                     Medical sketches of the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14.
Philadelphia, Zachariah Poulson, Junior. 1792                   Dedham [Mass.] H. Mann and Co. 1816
Smallpox                                                        Dysentery; Military Medicine
Austin No. 1184; 24p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             Austin No. 1190; To which are added, surgical cases;
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MdBJ-W, PPC,                      observations on military hospitals; and flying
PPL, PU.                                                        hospitals attached to a moving army. Also, and
   Reel: 62                                                     appendix, comprising a dissertation on dysentery ...
                                                                and observations on the winter epidemic of 1815-16,
Mais, Charles.                                                  denominated peripneumonia notha; as it appeared at
   The surprising case of Rachel Baker, who prays               Sharon and Rochester, State of Massachusetts ...; viii,
and preaches in her sleep.                                      [v]-x, [11]-317, [1]p. 24 cm.; CU-M (copy
New-York, S. Marks. 1814                                        incomplete), CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,
Psychosomatic Medicine                                          IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
Austin No. 1185; with specimens of her extraordinary            MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M,
performances taken down accurately in short hand at             OClM, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PU, ScCM,
the time; and showing the unparalleled powers she               ScMS.
possesses to pray, exhort, and answer questions,                   Reel: 62
during her unconscious state. The whole authenticated
by the most respectable testimony of living witnesses;          M'Call, Edwin L.
By Charles Mais ... stenographer ...; 34 p. 21 cm.;                An inaugural essay on the mutual subserviencies of
"Minutes made by Samuel L. Mitchill" : p. 5-17;                 the different parts of the body, and the power of one
Further utterances ascribed to Rachel Baker were                part to perform the function of another.
published in Devotional somnium, edited by J. H.                Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1806
Douglass, New York, 1815; DNLM, MWA, NHi,                       Physiology
NNS, PHi.                                                       Austin No. 1167; 48 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
   Reel: 62                                                     Pennsylvania; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP,
                                                                PPC.
Manley, James R., 1781-1851.                                       Reel: 62
  An inaugural dissertation on the yellow fever.
New-York, Printed by T. & J. Swords. 1803                       McKean, Joseph, 1776-1818.
Yellow Fever                                                       A sermon, preached at the church in Brattle Square,
Austin No. 1188; vii (i.e. v?), [9]-32 p. 21 cm.;               Boston, on the Lord's Day after the decease of John
Thesis--Columbia College; DNLM, MWA, NHi,                       Warren, M.D.
NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PPL.                                      Boston, John Eliot. 1815
  Reel: 62                                                      Austin No. 1171; ... who died IV. April, MDCCCXV.
                                                                aged LXII. 23 p. 23 cm.; Dedication signed: Joseph
Mann, James, 1759-1832.                                         McKean; Harvard College, 10 April, 1815; DLC,
   A dissertation upon the cholera infantum.                    DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM.
Boston, Young & Minns. 1804                                        Reel: 62
Cholera
Austin No. 1189; to which are added, rules and                  M'Donald, Thompson.
regulations, as preventive means of the autumnal                   An inaugural dissertation on cynanche trachealis.
diseases of children; which gained the Boylstonian              Philadelphia, Mathew Carey. 1802
prize, for the year 1803… 51 p. 20 cm.; Caption title:          Laryngitis
A dissertation upon the causes, the nature, and cure of         Austin No. 1169; 20 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
autumnal diseases of infants, as prevailing in the              Pennsylvania; DNLM, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,
New-England states; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,                    NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
MBM, MH-M, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PPC,                              Reel: 62
PPL, PU.
   Reel: 62                                                     M'Farlane, John Henry.
                                                                   An essay on angina pectoris.
                                                                Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1806
                                                                Angina Pectoris
                                                                Austin No. 1170; 27 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
                                                                NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                   Reel: 62




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M'Lane, Allen.                                                      Marshall, William, 1740-1802.
   An oration delivered before the Medical Society of                  A theological dissertation on the propriety of
the State of Delaware, at their annual meeting holden               removing from the seat of the pestilence: presented to
at Dover, May 11th, 1813.                                           the perusal of the serious inhabitants of Philadelphia
Printed by J. Wilson, Wilmington, Del. 1813                         and New-York.
Austin No. 1175; 12 p. 20 cm.; PPL.                                 Philadelphia, David Hogan. 1799
   Reel: 62                                                         Yellow Fever
                                                                    Austin No. 1196; 22 p. 17 cm.; Evans 35772; DLC,
Markham, Gervase, 1568?-1637.                                       DNLM, MWA, PHi, PPAmP, PPL.
    The citizen and countryman's experienced farrier.                  Reel: 63
Baltimore, Samuel Sower. 1797
Cattle Diseases; Horse Diseases                                     Martin, Ennalls, 1758-1834.
Austin No. 1192; Containing, I. The most best                           An essay on the epidemics of the winters of 1813
approved method of ordering, dieting ... and cleansing              and 1814, in Talbot & Queen-Anne's counties in the
of horses: also choice restoratives ... II. A certain sure          state of Maryland.
method to know the true state of any horse's body, as               Baltimore, Joseph Robinson. 1815
to sickness or health; III. The true shape of a horse               Disease Outbreaks; Hemoptysis
explained; with choice directions for buying; IV. An                Austin No. 1197; 78 p. 20 cm.; Dedicated to Noah
experienced and approved method for raising of                      Webster; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
horses ... V. A sure ... rule to know the age of any                NNNAM.
horse ... VI. The best ... way of keeping the common                    Reel: 63
hackney, or hunting horse ... VII. An approved method
of purging, bleeding and feeding cattle; with ...                   Martin, Ennalls, 1758-1834.
receipts for the diseases they are incident to ... To all              A view of fever.
which is added: a ... collection of the surest ... receipts         Baltimore, Fryer and Rider. 1808
for the cure of all maladies ... that are incident to               Fever
horses ... with directions to know what is the ailment,             Austin No. 1198; delivered in an oration before the
or disease; By J. Markham, G. Jefferies, and discreet               Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of
Indians; 317 p. 17 cm.; Evans 32419; First published                Maryland, on the second day of June eighteen hundred
in Wilmington, Del., in 1764; "The basis of this                    and seven… 24, [1]p. 23 cm.; "Errata": p. [25];
volume was an English book by J. Markham; John                      DNLM.
Millis, a farrier residing in Chester County ... gathered              Reel: 63
a large number of proved receipts from George
Jefferies, of Bradford Township, a noted farrier, and               Martin, Hugh, fl. 1780.
others, and included the whole, with his own                            A narrative, of a discovery of a sovereign specific,
experience, in this publication."--Futhey, J. S., and               for the cure of cancers.
Cope, Gilbert. Hist. of Chester County, Penn; 1881, p.              Philadelphia, Robert Aitken. 1782
312; "He [Markham] was the author of numerous                       Neoplasms; Tongue
works on farriery and horsemanship, so similar that it              Austin No. 1199; With several other improvements
appears impossible to tell on which of them the work                lately made in medicine; With a postscript, on a
Published by Millis was based."--Hawkins, D. L., in                 singular case of a stone taken out of the tongue ...; 15p.
Bibliographical Society of America; Papers, v. 28                   18 cm.; Evans 17582; DLC, DNLM, MWA, PHi,
(1934) p. 41; "A table of drugs and herbs, and where                PPAmP.
they may be had": p. 295-300; DNLM, MWA.                                Reel: 63
    Reel: 63
                                                                    Martin, John, d. 1844.
Marks, Elias, 1790-1886.                                               An inaugural dissertation on the vitality of the
   Conjectural inquiry into the relative influence of               blood.
the mind and stomach.                                               Philadelphia, Robert Carr. 1802
New-York, Printed for the author, by Van Winkle &                   Blood
Wiley. 1815                                                         Austin No. 1201; 36 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Stomach                                                             Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
Austin No. 1194; 41, [1] p. 20 cm.; Thesis--College of              PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
Physicians and Surgeons, New York; DLC, DNLM,                          Reel: 63
MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
   Reel: 63                                                         Martin, Samuel.
                                                                       An inaugural essay on respiration.
Marsh, Grafton, 1792-1825.                                          Baltimore: Printed for the author by S. P. Child & Co.
   An inaugural dissertation on apoplexy.                           1813
Baltimore, Sergeant Hall. 1813                                      Respiration
Cerebrovascular Disorders                                           Austin No. 1202; 24 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 1195; [4], 14p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University               Maryland; DNLM.
of Maryland; DLC, DNLM.                                                Reel: 63
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Masdevall, Joseph.                                              Massachusetts Medical Society.
   Medicamens, et précis de la méthode de Mr.                      Address of the Counsellors to the Fellows of the
Masdevall docteur médecin du Roi d'Espagne Charles              Massachusetts Medical Society.
IV, pour guérir toutes les maladies epidemiques,                Boston, John Eliot. June, 1813
putrides & malignes, fiévres de différents genres &c.           Societies, Medical
Nlle Orleans, Louis Duclot. 1796                                Austin No. 1218; 11 p. 22 cm.; Dated at end Feb. 10,
Therapeutics                                                    1813, and signed: John Warren, president; Explains
Austin No. 1204; [6], 48, [1] p. 12mo; Evans 30755;             the reorganization of the Massachusetts Medical
AU, LNT-M (photocopy), *RPJCB.                                  Society effected by an act of the state legislature
   Reel: 63                                                     passed in 1803; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, NNC,
                                                                NNNAM.
Mason, Richard.                                                    Reel: 63
   The gentleman's new pocket farrier.
Richmond, [Va.] Published by Peter Cottom, and for              Massachusetts Medical Society.
sale... by Richard Cottom, Petersburg. 1820                         Catalogue of books in the library of the
Horse Diseases                                                  Massachusetts Medical Society.
Austin No. 1205; 2d ed., enlarged and improved ...;             [Boston]. [1810]
204 p. front. (pl.), plates; 18 cm.; MWA.                       Bibliography of Medicine
   Reel: 63                                                     Austin No. 1219; July, 1810; 4,[2] p. 23 cm.; Caption
                                                                title; Last [2] p. have: Regulations concerning the
Massachusetts (Colony). Lieutenant Governor.                    library; DLC, MBM, *MWA, PPC.
   A proclamation.                                                  Reel: 63
Boston, John Draper. 1752
Smallpox Vaccine                                                Massachusetts Medical Society.
Austin No. 1215; [On the attempt to communicate the                Constitution, bye laws, and regulations, of the
small-pox to the family of Benjamin Lynde, in Salem]            Massachusetts Medical Society, incorporated, A.D.
[Dated] May 28, 1752; Broadside; 30.5 x 39 cm.;                 1781.
Preceding caption: By the Honourable Spencer Phips,             Charlestown [Mass.] Samuel Etheridge. 1804
Esq; MHi.                                                       Societies, Medical
   Reel: 63                                                     Austin No. 1220; 32 p. 22 cm.; With a list of the
                                                                officers and fellows, January 1, A.D. 1804; Published
Massachusetts Bay (Province). Governor.                         in 1804 under title: Acts of incorporation, together
     A proclamation for a publick fast.                         with the by-laws and orders; DNLM, ICJ, MBM,
Boston, J. Draper. [1735]                                       MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
Fasting                                                            Reel: 63
Austin No. 1214; By His Excellency Jonathan
Belcher, Esq; Captain-General and Governour in                  Massachusetts Medical Society.
Chief, in and over His Majesty's Province of the                    The pharmacopoeia of the Massachusetts Medical
Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. Whereas ... God               Society.
... hath been pleased to visit several of the towns ...         Boston, Published by E. & J. Larkin, Greenough and
with a very unusual, malignant and mortal distemper;            Stebbins, printers. 1808
Broadside; 32.2 cm.; NNNAM.                                     Pharmacopoeias
     Reel: 63                                                   Austin No. 1222; x, [3], 272 p. 18 cm.; "At a meeting
                                                                of the counsellors, October 3, 1805, a committee was
Massachusetts Medical Society.                                  appointed to draw up ... a pharmacopoeia ... to be
   Acts of incorporation, by-laws and orders, of the            called the Massachusetts
Massachusetts Medical Society.                                  Pharmacopoeia."--Massachusetts Medical Society;
Boston, John Eliot. 1816                                        Medical communications, v. 6 (1838) p. 56; "The
Societies, Medical                                              Society ... resolved to adopt the Pharmacopoeia of the
Austin No. 1217; 54 p. 21 cm.; These acts are dated             Edinburgh college as the basis of their own; but to
1781, 1789, and 1803; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,                  permit such omissions, alterations, and additions as ...
MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL.                                should be found necessary."--Pref; Statement on p. [3]
   Reel: 63                                                     (dated Dec. 17, 1807) signed by the members of the
                                                                Committee, James Jackson and J. C. Warren; "Table
                                                                of ancient names": p. [195]-211; "Table of systematic
                                                                names": p. [213]-229; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
                                                                ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
                                                                MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, OClM, PPC.
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Massachusetts Medical Society.                                     Massachusetts. Laws, statutes, etc.
    Remonstrance of the Massachusetts Medical                         The cow pox act, with the order of the legislature;
Society, on the petition for the establishment of a                and a communication, relative to the subject, from the
College of Physicians: together with said petition.                selectmen of the town of Milton.
Boston, Thomas B. Wait and Co. 1811                                Boston, Joshua Belcher. 1810
Societies, Medical                                                 Vaccinia
Austin No. 1223; 12 p. 23 cm.; Addressed "to the                   Austin No. 1209; Published by order of the General
Honourable the Senate and House of Representatives                 Court for the use of the towns of the Commonwealth
of the Common-wealth of Massachusetts."; The                       of Massachusetts; 15 p. 24 cm.; DNLM, MWA, PPL.
General Court did not grant a license to the promotors                Reel: 63
of the proposed "Massachusetts College of
Physicians."; Cf. F. R. Packard; Hist. of med. in the              Massachusetts. Laws, statutes, etc.
U.S., 1931, v. 2, p. 444; DNLM, MBM, MH-M,                            Laws of the Commonwealth establishing and
MWA, NHi, NNNAM.                                                   defining the powers of the Boston Board of Health.
    Reel: 63                                                       [Boston]. [1816]
                                                                   Public Health
Massachusetts. Governor. Commonwealth of                           Austin No. 1213; with the rules, orders and
Massachusetts.                                                     regulations of said Board relative to internal health,
   A proclamation.                                                 quarantine of vessels, burying grounds, &c. Published
Boston, Adams & Larkin. 1793                                       by the Board; 38 p. 23 cm.; Caption title: Laws, &c.
Public Health                                                      relating to the Boston Board of Health; DNLM,
Austin No. 1206; By his excellency John Hancock,                   MBM.
Esquire, Governor ... Whereas a dangerous and                         Reel: 63
infectious disease prevails at this time in the city of
Philadelphia ... I do therefore, ... require all sheriffs          Massachusetts. Laws, statutes, etc.
and their deputies ... to take effectual measures for                 Laws, &c. relating to the Boston Board of Health.
examining all persons ... coming from Philadelphia ...;            [Boston]. [1811]
Broadside; 35 x 40.5 cm.; Evans 25780; DLC.                        Public Health
   Reel: 63                                                        Austin No. 1212; 38 p.; Caption title; The laws are
                                                                   dated from 1799 to 1810; Regulations of the Board of
Massachusetts. Laws statutes, etc.                                 Health (p. 24-36) are dated April 15, 1811, and signed:
   Acts of the Legislature ... for regulating the practice         Benjamin Whitman, president; N. Greenough, sec'ry;
of physick and surgery.                                            "Rules, regulations and orders of the Board of Health"
Boston, Wells & Lilly. 1819                                        were separately published in substantially the same
Legislation, Medical                                               form in 1814; DNLM (microfilm copy), MHi.
Austin No. 1207; With the regulations adopted by the                  Reel: 63
Massachusetts Medical Society for carrying these acts
into operation, and a list of the books required and               Massachusetts. Laws, statutes, etc. Commonwealth
recommended by the Society 21 p. 8vo.                              of Massachusetts.
   Reel: 63                                                           An act to incorporate certain physicians, by the
                                                                   name of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
Massachusetts. Laws, statutes, etc.                                Boston, Benjamin Edes & Sons. [1781]
   The cow pox act, with the order of the legislature;             Physicians
and a communication, relative to the subject, from the             Austin No. 1208; In the year of our Lord, 1781. 2 l. 34
selectmen of the town of Milton.                                   cm.; Evans 17228; *MBM, PPC.
Boston, Joshua Belcher. 1810                                          Reel: 63
Vaccinia
Austin No. 1210; Published by order of the General                 Massey, Edmund.
Court for the use of the towns of the Commonwealth                     A sermon against the dangerous and sinful practice
of Massachusetts. 16 p. 23.5 cm.; First two pages have             of inoculation.
a communication from the town of Milton to the                     London, printed. Re-printed at Boston, for Benjamin
General Court of Massachusetts lacking in the                      Indicott. 1730
preceding edition; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                          Vaccination
MdBJ-W.                                                            Austin No. 1224; Preach'd at St. Andrew's Holborn,
   Reel: 63                                                        on Sunday, July the 8th, 1722 ...; From the third
                                                                   edition; 32 p. 8vo.; Evans 3315; DLC, MBM, *MWA,
                                                                   NNNAM.
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Massie, Thomas.                                                   [Mather, Cotton] 1663-1728.
   An experimental enquiry into the properties of the                 Some account of what is said of inoculating or
Polygala senega.                                                  transplanting the small pox.
[Philadelphia] Printed for the author, by Eaken &                 Boston, S. Gerrish. 1721
Mecum. [1803]                                                     Smallpox Vaccine
Plants, Medicinal                                                 Austin No. 1231; By the learned Dr. Emanuel
Austin No. 1225; [8], 24 p. 23 cm.; Thesis--University            Timonius, and Jacobus Pylarinus; With some
of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, NNNAM,                         Remarks thereon; To which are added, A few quaeries
PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                         in answer to the scruples of many about the lawfulness
   Reel: 63                                                       of this method; Published by Dr. Zabdiel Boylston;
                                                                  [2], 22 p. 16 cm.; Evans 2206 (differences in title; in
The Maternal physician.                                           imprint: Printed by B. Green); There is another form
New-York, Isaac Riley. 1811                                       of the title page, with the spelling "Boylstone" instead
Child Care; Pediatrics                                            of "Boylston."; Cf. G. L. Kittredge's introduction to
Austin No. 1226; a treatise on the nurture and                    Several reasons ... by Increase Mather (Cleveland,
management of infants, from the birth until two years             1921) p. 14; Caption title: A faithful abridgment of
old. Being the result of sixteen years' experience in the         two accounts in the Philosophical transactions;
nursery; Illustrated by extracts from the most                    "Practically the whole of the tract is from Mather's
approved medical authors. By an American matron…                  pen, though Boylston collaborated with him in the
291 p. 17 cm.; "A brief description of such plants, and           second part [i.e. the Remarks]"--Kittredge, G. L.;
their respective medicinal qualities, as are mentioned            "Some lost works of Cotton Mather" in Mass. IIist.
in the preceding pages; with many others": p. 248-275;            Soc., Proceedings, v. 45 (1912) p. 432; Cf. T. J.
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,                           Holmes' Cotton Mather, a bibilography (Cambridge,
PPC.                                                              1940) p. 996-997; The accounts of Timoni and
    Reel: 63                                                      Pilarino were published in the Philosophical
                                                                  transactions of the Royal Society of London in 1714
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.                                        and 1716; DNLM (copy lacks title page), MHi, MWA,
    The Angel of Bethesda, visiting the invalids of a             RPJCB.
miserable world.                                                      Reel: 64
New-London, Timothy Green. 1722
Medicine                                                          Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.
Austin No. 1228; By a Fellow of the Royal Society; 1                  Several reasons proving that inoculating or
l., 18 p. 14.5 cm.; NNNAM.                                        transplating the small pox, is a lawful practise, and
    Reel: 64                                                      that it has been blessed by God for the saving of many
                                                                  a life.
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.                                        Boston, Printed by S. Kneeland for J. Edwards at his
    Wholesome words.                                              shop in King-street. 1721
Boston, Printed for D. Henchman. 1713                             Smallpox Vaccine
Pastoral Care                                                     Austin No. 1233; Broadside; 12 x 7.7 in; Evans 2258;
Austin No. 1232; A visit of advice, given unto families           RPJCB.
that are visited with sickness; by a pastoral letter,                 Reel: 64
briefly declaring the duties incumbent on all persons
in the families, that have any sick persons in them;              Mather, Increase, 1639-1723.
[Second edition]; 2, 24 p. 12mo.; Evans 1630                          Some further account from London, of the
(includes T. Green in imprint); *MWA, RPJCB (copy                 small-pox inoculated.
lacks first leaf).                                                [Boston, J. Edwards]. [1722]
    Reel: 64                                                      Smallpox Vaccine
                                                                  Austin No. 1234; The 2d ed.; With some remarks on a
[Mather, Cotton] 1663-1728.                                       late scandalous pamphlet entitled, Inoculation of the
   A letter, about a good management under the                    small pox as practis'd in Boston, &c. ...; 8 p. 16 cm.;
distemper of the measles, at this time spreading in the           Evans 2259; Caption title; The colophon is dated 1721
country.                                                          (old style); The main work is an abstract, probably
[Boston]. [1713]                                                  written with the assistance of Cotton Mather, of
Measles                                                           Walter Harris' lecture, De inoculation variolarum,
Austin No. 1229; Here published for the benefit of the            published with his De peste dissertatio habita Apr. 17,
poor, and such as may want the help of able                       1721 (London, 1721); The abstract was first printed in
physicians; 4 p. 19.3 cm.; CtY-M, *MWA.                           the Boston Gazette of Jan. 29-Feb. 5, 1722; Cf. T. J.
   Reel: 64                                                       Holmes, Increase Mather, a bibliography, Cleveland,
                                                                  1931, p. 517-522; The added remarks (p. 5-6) are
                                                                  directed against William Douglass' Inoculation of the
                                                                  small pox as practised in Boston (Boston, 1722);
                                                                  DNLM (photocopy), NNNAM, RPJCB.
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Mathews, Samuel J.                                               May, Arthur, d. 1812.
   On the effects of music in curing and palliating                 An inaugural dissertation on sympathy.
diseases.                                                        Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1799
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by P.K. Wagner.             Emotions
1806                                                             Austin No. 1241; 30 p. 21 cm.; Evans 35807;
Music Therapy                                                    Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
Austin No. 1235; 18 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP,
Pennsylvania; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP,                           PPC, PPL, PU.
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                       Reel: 64
   Reel: 64
                                                                 May, Frederick, 1773-1847.
Mathias, Andrew.                                                    An inaugural dissertation, on the animating
   The mercurial disease.                                        principle, or anima mundi; how afforded, and how
Philadelphia, Published by Edward Parker [etc.] W.               acting in man; and how acted upon in that disease
Brown, printer. 1811                                             commonly denominated, tetanus or lock-jaw.
Mercury; Venereal Diseases                                       Boston, William Spotswood. 1795
Austin No. 1236; An inquiry into the history and                 Tetanus
nature of the disease, produced in the human                     Austin No. 1242; [4], 36 p. 19 cm.; Evans 29056;
constitution by the use of mercury: with observations            Thesis--Harvard; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM,
on its connection with the lues venerea ...; [6], 250 p.         MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.
22 cm.; First published in London in 1810; CtY-M,                   Reel: 64
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.                                           Mayo, Robert, 1784-1864.
   Reel: 64                                                         An inaugural dissertation on the sensorium.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Thomas Town. 1808
Mavor, William Fordyce, 1758-1837.                               Nervous System
   The catechism of health.                                      Austin No. 1243; 101 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
New York, Published by Samuel Wood & Sons, and                   Pennsylvania; Errata slip inserted; DLC, DNLM,
Samuel S. Wood & Co., Baltimore. 1819                            MWA, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Child Care; Health                                                  Reel: 64
Austin No. 1237; containing simple and easy rules and
directions for the management of children, and                   Mead, Henry, d. 1838.
observations on the conduct of health in general. 68 p.            An inaugural dissertation on the cholera morbus.
14 cm.; *DLC, PPL.                                               New York, T. and J. Swords. 1794
   Reel: 64                                                      Cholera
                                                                 Austin No. 1244; 23 p. 18 cm.; Evans 27303;
Maxims on the preservation of health; and the                    Thesis--Columbia College; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA,
prevention of diseases selected from the best                    NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, RPJCB.
authorities.                                                       Reel: 64
Baltimore. [1803?]
Aphorisms and Proverbs; Health                                   Meade, William.
Austin No. 1238; With the way to wealth, from Dr.                    A chemical analysis of the waters of New Lebanon,
Franklin; From Lee & Co's patent and family                      in the state of New-York, with observations on their
medicine store. 36 p. 16.5 cm.; At head of title: This           medicinal qualities, and principally as a bath.
pamphlet gratis--the medicine sold only by Dr. John              Burlington, New-Jersey, David Allinson. 1818
Miller, Winchester; MWA.                                         Water Microbiology
   Reel: 64                                                      Austin No. 1245; 45, [1] p. 18 cm.; DNLM, MBM,
                                                                 PPAmP.
May, Alexander.                                                      Reel: 64
   An inaugural dissertation on the unity of disease, as
opposed to nosology.
Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1800
Disease
Austin No. 1240; 26 p. 21 cm.; Evans 37943;
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
DNLM, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NjR, PPAmP, PPC,
PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.
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Meade, William.                                                  Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of
   An experimental enquiry into the chemical                     Maryland.
properties and medicinal qualities of the principal                  .
mineral waters of Ballston and Saratoga, in the state of         [Baltimore]. [1809]
New-York.                                                        Societies, Medical
Philadelphia, Published by Harrison Hall, William                Austin No. 1253; The Committee of publication, to
Fry, printer. 1817                                               whom was referred the resolution respecting the
Mineral Waters                                                   revisal and publication of the minutes of the
Austin No. 1246; With directions for the use of those            conventions of 1807 and 1809, have made the
waters in the various diseases to which they are                 following selection of the parts which they consider
applicable; and observations on diet and regimen; To             worthy of publication; 7 p. 21 cm.; Caption: Appendix
which is added an appendix, containing a chemical                (probably supplementary to the Faculty's A summary
analysis of the Lebanon spring in the state of                   of proceedings ... Baltimore, 1807); NNNAM.
New-York ...; xv, 195 p. 2 plates; 23 cm.; CtY-M,                    Reel: 64
DNLM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, PHi,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                                                 Medical and Surgical Society of the University of
   Reel: 64                                                      the State of New York.
                                                                    The following dissertations were read and theses
Mease, James, 1771-1846.                                         discussed in the Medical and Surgical Society of the
    An in augural dissertation on the disease produced           University of the State of New-York, during the
by the bite of a mad dog, or other rabid animal.                 winter of 1807-8.
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1792                                [New York]. [1808]
Rabies                                                           Austin No. 1255; Broadside; 31 x 21 cm.; "Extract
Austin No. 1247; [6], v, 130, [1] p. 20 cm.; Evans               from the minutes; Per order;" Signed: W. E. Burrell,
24534; Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Published             A. B. Secr'y; Similar lists were later published in the
also without thesis statement in London in 1793 under            Report of the proceedings of the Society; DNLM.
title: An essay on the disease produced by the bite of a            Reel: 64
mad dog; "Errata": p. [131]; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNNAM,                              Medical Society of New Haven County (Conn.).
NNS, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB, ScMS.                          Cases and observations.
    Reel: 64                                                     New-Haven, J. Meigs. 1788
                                                                 Medicine
Mease, James, 1771-1846.                                         Austin No. 1258; by the Medical Society of
   Introductory lecture to a course of lectures upon             New-Haven Country, in the State of Connecticut,
comparative anatomy, and the diseases of domestic                instituted in the year 1784. 86 p. 1 illus. 21 cm.; Evans
animals.                                                         21296 (imprint date supplied); The preface invites
Anatomy, Comparative; Animal Diseases                            contributions for "a future volume," but no more were
Austin No. 1248; Delivered November 3, 1813; [4],                published; Contains 26 articles, read or communicated
51 p. 20 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,                        to the Society, May 3, 1784-April 2, 1788; DLC,
NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                                DNLM, ICJ, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC,
   Reel: 64                                                      PPL.
                                                                     Reel: 64
Mease, James, 1771-1846.
    Observations on the arguments of Professor Rush,             Medical Society of New Jersey.
in favour of the inflammatory nature of the disease                Bylaws, rules and regulations of the Medical
produced by the bite of a mad dog.                               Society of New-Jersey.
Philadelphia, Whitehall [Press], William Young. 1801             New-Brunswick, William Myer. 1820
Rabies                                                           Societies, Medical
Austin No. 1249; [4], [3]-62 p. 21 cm.; Benjamin                 Austin No. 1259; 14, [1] p. 13 cm.; NHi, *NNNAM.
Rush's "Observations upon the nature and cure of the               Reel: 64
hydrophobia" is included in his Medical inquiries and
observations, Philadelphia, 1794-98, v. 5; CtY-M,                Medical Society of New Jersey.
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, PHi, PPC, PPL.                             Table of fees and rates of charging, for sundry
    Reel: 64                                                     articles & services in medicine & surgery as agreed
                                                                 upon and established June 12, 1810.
Mease, James, 1771-1846.                                         [New Brunswick]. [1810]
   A treatise on the causes, means of prevention, and            Fees, Medical
cure of the sick-headache.                                       Austin No. 1261; 8 p. Cover title; PPC.
Philadelphia, Published by M. Carey and Son,                         Reel: 64
William Fry, printer. 1819
Headache
Austin No. 1250; 48 p. 23 cm.; DNLM, NNNAM,
PHi, PPL.
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Medical Society of New Jersey.                                  Medical Society of South Carolina.
    A table of fees, and rates of charging, for sundry              Laws and resolutions, of the Medical Society of
articles and services in medicine and surgery.                  South-Carolina, instituted at Charleston, December
New-Brunswick, William Myer. 1820                               24, 1789.
Fees, Medical                                                   Charleston, S.C. Printed at the Courier Office. 1806
Austin No. 1262; 8 p. 13 cm.; NNNAM.                            Societies, Medical
    Reel: 64                                                    Austin No. 1266; Incorporated 10th May, 1794. With
                                                                a list of the members, and a catalogue of the books
Medical Society of New-Jersey.                                  annexed. 31 p. 12mo.; *NNNAM, PPL.
  Rules and regulations of the Medical Society of                   Reel: 64
New-Jersey.
New-Brunswick, Abraham Blauvelt. 1809                           Medical Society of South Carolina.
Societies, Medical                                                 Report, on the failures attributed to the vaccine in
Austin No. 1260; 12 p. 16mo.; NHi.                              Charleston, in destroying the susceptibility to small
  Reel: 64                                                      pox.
                                                                [Charleston]. [1817]
Medical Society of Orange County [(N.Y.)].                      Chicken Pox; Smallpox Vaccine
   An act to incorporate medical societies for the              Austin No. 1268; Also, on secondary small pox. 8 p.
purpose of regulating the practice of physic and                16 mo.; Signed by: Thomas G. Prioleau, Horatio S.
surgery in this state.                                          Waring, and Isaac A. Johnson; NNNAM.
Goshen, D. MacDuffee. 1817                                         Reel: 64
Legislation, Medical
Austin No. 1264; Passed April 10, 1813; Together                Medical Society of the County of Albany. Albany
with the bye-laws of the Medical Society of the State           (N.Y.).
of New York, and of the County of Orange. 20 p. 8vo.;              Transactions. v. 1-3, 1806-1883.
NNNAM.                                                          Societies, Medical
   Reel: 64                                                     Austin No. 1269; v. 1, 1806-1851 as Annals;
                                                                (Continued in Albany medical annals.).
Medical Society of Orange County [(N.Y.)].                         Reel: 65
   Report of the committee appointed by the Orange
County Medical Society, to analyze the waters of                Medical Society of the County of New York.
Chechunk Spring, in the town of Goshen.                            Bye-laws of the Medical Society of the County of
Goshen, T. B. Crowell. 1820                                     New-York.
Mineral Waters                                                  [New York?]. [1808]
Austin No. 1265; 24 p. 20.5 cm.; Signed at end: David           Societies, Medical
R. Arnell, Samuel S. Seward and James Heron; MBM,               Austin No. 1271; Revised and adopted at their
*MWA, NHi, NNNAM.                                               anniversary meeting in July ... 1808; 16 p. 20 cm.;
   Reel: 64                                                     "Charter officers ... for the ensuing year": p. [3]; DLC,
                                                                DNLM, NNNAM, PPL.
Medical Society of South Carolina.                                 Reel: 65
    Laws and resolutions of the Medical Society of
South-Carolina, instituted at Charleston, December              Medical Society of the County of New York.
24, 1789.                                                          List of medical and surgical charges ... Jan. 2nd,
Charleston, Printed at the Courier office, for the              1816.
Society. 1820                                                   [New York]. [1816]
Societies, Medical                                              Fees, Medical
Austin No. 1267; incorporated 10th May, 1794; With              Austin No. 1272; 1 leaf. 20.5 cm.; NNNAM.
a list of the members, and a catalogue of the books                Reel: 65
annexed. 44 p. 21 cm.; "An act to incorporate the
Medical Society of South-Carolina" (enacted by the              Medical Society of the County of New York.
state legislature May 10, 1794) : p. [5]-6; "An act to             Report and address, delivered by the president
regulate the licencing of physicians to practice ..."           [Nicholas Romayne] to the Medical Society of the
(enacted by the state legislature Dec. 18, 1817) : p.           County of New-York.
[16]-18; List of members, with dates of admission and           New-York, James Cheetham. 1807
of officers elected for 1789-1820, followed by                  Societies, Medical
manuscript additions for 1821 : p. [22]-31; "Catalogue          Austin No. 1273; together with the Charter of the
of books belonging to the ... Society" (457 items) : p.         College of Physicians & Surgeons in the city of
[32]-44; DNLM.                                                  New-York; Published by order of the Society; 22 p. 21
    Reel: 64                                                    cm.; The Charter (p. [11]-22) dated March 12, 1807
                                                                was granted "by the Regents of the University of the
                                                                State of New-York."; DLC, DNLM, NHi, NNNAM,
                                                                NNS.
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Medical Society of the County of New York.                     Medical Society of the State of New York.
    Report of the committee of the Medical Society of             Report of the committee, appointed by the Medical
the City and County of New-York, explanatory of the            Society, of the State of New-York, to enquire into the
causes and character of the epidemic fever, which              symptoms, origin, cause, and prevention of the
prevailed in Bancker-Street and its vicinity, in the           pestilential disease, that prevailed in New-York
summer and autumn of 1820.                                     during the summer and autumn of the year 1798.
New York, James V. Seaman. 1820                                New-York, From the office of The Daily Advertiser.
Typhus, Epidemic, Louse-Borne                                  1799
Austin No. 1274; Published by order of the Society;            Societies, Medical
38 p. 21 cm.; Name of committee in caption title (p.           Austin No. 1279; [4], 47 p. 21 cm.; Evans 35933;
[3]) : Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Causes          DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM.
and Character of the Disease Prevailing in                        Reel: 65
Bancker-Street and its Vicinity; Signed by members
of the committee (Samuel Osborn and others);                   The Medical Vade Mecum.
DNLM, MBM, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.                            Charleston, Printed by T. C. Cox. 1800
    Reel: 65                                                   Drugs, Non-Prescription; Medicine
                                                               Austin No. 1283; Containing approved directions for
Medical Society of the County of New York.                     the use, and a compendious account of the qualities
    Report on the epidemic small pox and chicken pox,          and doses, of the medicines mostly wanted in families
which prevailed in New-York during the last autumn             and on plantations, that are either too distant from
and winter, explanatory of the causes of supposed              medical assistance, or too small to afford a very liberal
failures of the vaccine disease.                               use of it; [4], 24, [4] p. 16 mo.; Evans 37948; ScC.
New-York, G. Forman. 1816                                         Reel: 65
Chicken Pox; Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine
Austin No. 1275; Ordered by the Medical Society of             Meeker, John.
the City and County of New-York, at their quarterly              On the principal mineral waters of the states of
meeting, January, 1816; 28 p. 20 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM,             New-York and New-Jersey.
IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,                             New-York. 1815
PPAmp, PPC, PPL.                                               Mineral Waters
    Reel: 65                                                   Austin No. 1286; 37 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Queen's
                                                               College, New-Jersey; *MWA, NNNAM.
Medical Society of the District of Columbia.                     Reel: 65
   Constitution of the Medical Society of the District
of Columbia.                                                   Meigs, Josiah, 1757-1822.
Washington, Jacob Gideon, Junior. 1820                             ... Memorial of Josiah Meigs, and others, for an act
Societies, Medical                                             of incorporation of a national vaccine institution for
Austin No. 1277; to which is prefixed the Act of               the United States of America.
incorporation; 16 p. 20.5 cm.; DLC, DNLM, MBM,                 Washington, Gales & Seaton. 1820
MWA.                                                           Vaccination
   Reel: 65                                                    Austin No. 1287; January 5, 1820; Read, and referred
                                                               to a select committee; 8 p. 25 cm.; ([U.S. 16th
Medical Society of the Second Medical District of              Congress, 1st Sess, Executive papers] 29.); "To the
Indiana.                                                       honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of
    Constitution and bye-laws of the Medical Society           the United States of America."; Dated at end Jan. 1,
of the Second Medical District of Indiana.                     1820, and signed by Josiah Meigs, W. H. Clendinen,
Jeffersonville [Ind.] I. Cox. 1820                             and four others, including James Smith, the U.S. agent
Societies, Medical                                             of vaccination; The memorialists were members of a
Austin No. 1278; 10 p. 15 cm.; InHi.                           "board of managers" chosen to organize the proposed
    Reel: 65                                                   national vaccine institution; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM,
                                                               MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPL.
Medical Society of the State of New York.                          Reel: 65
   Circular.
[New York]. [1818]                                             Meredith, Charles, d. 1831.
Pharmacopoeias                                                    An inaugural dissertation on phthisis pulmonalis.
Austin No. 1280; [3] p. 26 cm.; Caption title; An              Philadelphia, Robert Cochran. [1802]
invitation to American medical societies and schools           Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
to participate in the formation of a national                  Austin No. 1288; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
pharmacopoeia; Circular letter, dated Mar. 4, 1818, is         Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
signed by David Hosack and other members of a                  MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
"special committee of correspondence" appointed by                Reel: 65
the Medical Society of the State of New York; The
proposed pharmacopoeia was published in Boston in
1820 under title: The pharmacopoeia of the United
States of America; DNLM.
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Merlin, Lewis.                                                    Merrimack, Samuel, 1771-1852.
     The treasure of health, or A wonderful collection of             A synopsis of the various kinds of difficult
the most valuable secrets in medicine, for the cure of            parturition, with practical remarks on the management
all diseases, wounds, and other accidents to which the            of labours.
human body is subject, with the method of preparing,              Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson, William
and instructions for using, the necessary remedies.               Fry, printer. 1816
Philadelphia, Printed for the Society. 1819                       Labor Complications
Medicine; Smallpox; Yellow Fever                                  Austin No. 1294; With notes and additions, by
Austin No. 1289; Also, the best preservatives against             Thomas C. James ... First American from the second
the plague, pestilential fevers, small pox, and other             London edition; 297 p. incl.; fold; table; 5 plates; 22
kinds of contagious diseases; Discovered ... by the               cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M,
mos [sic] skilful physicians in Europe ... and unknown            MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM,
till the present time in the United States; Carefully             OClM, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
collected by a benevolent society in Europe; Faithfully               Reel: 65
translated from the French and other foreign
languages, and published for the benefit of humanity,             Micheau, Paul.
by Lewis Merlin; 341 (i.e.343), [1] p. 17 cm.; "Errata":             A dissertation on hernia humoralis.
p. [345]; "This valuable collection, which was for the            New-York, Samuel Campbell. 1788
first time printed in the kingdom of France ... was               Hernia
received with so much eagerness by the public that                Austin No. 1295; 24 p. fold; plate; 20 cm.; Evans
many editions of it have been exhausted in less than              21255; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, NNS, PPC.
eleven months."--Pref.; No French edition has been                   Reel: 65
identified; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NNNAM,
PPF.                                                              Middlesex Medical Association.
     Reel: 65                                                        Rules and regulations of the Middlesex Medical
                                                                  Association, formed, anno Domini 1813.
Merrimack Humane Society. Newburyport                             Hilliard and Metcalf, Cambridge. 1814
(Mass.).                                                          Societies, Medical
   The institution of the ... With the rules for                  Austin No. 1297; 12 p. 16.5 cm.; MBM, *MWA.
regulating said Society, and the methods of treatment                Reel: 65
to be used with persons apparently dead.
Newburyport, E.M. Blunt. 1803                                     Middleton, Peter, d. 1781.
Austin No. 1291; 33 p. 13 cm.; MWA.                                  A medical discourse, or an historical inquiry into
   Reel: 65                                                       the ancient and present state of medicine: the
                                                                  substance of which was delivered at opening the
Merrimack Humane Society. Newburyport                             Medical School in the city of New-York.
(Mass.).                                                          New-York, Hugh Gaine. 1769
   The institution of the ... With the rules for                  History of Medicine
regulating said Society, and the methods of treatment             Austin No. 1298; [2], ii, 72 p. 19 cm.; Evans 11338;
to be used with persons apparently dead.                          Prefactory epistle, dated Nov. 3, 1769, to the
[Newburyport] E.M. Blunt. 1809                                    governors of King's College and the president, Myles
Austin No. 1292; 30 p. 16 cm.; MWA.                               Cooper; A portrait of Cooper (from the American
   Reel: 65                                                       medical and philosophical register for 1813) has been
                                                                  inserted in DNLM copy facing p. [1]; CtY-M, DLC,
Merrimack, Samuel, 1771-1852.                                     DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, NNS,
   A dissertation on retroversion of the womb,                    NNU-M, PHi.
including some observations on extrauterine gestation.               Reel: 65
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson and Son,
William Fry, printer. 1817                                        Miller, Edward, 1760-1812.
Pregnancy, Ectopic; Uterus                                           Catalogue of the medical part of the library of
Austin No. 1293; viii, 80 p. 2 plates; 22 cm.; First              Doctor Edward Miller, deceased, to be sold.
published in London in 1810; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ,                    [New-York]. [1812]
IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,                          Bibliography of Medicine
PP, PPC, PPL (copy lacks plates), PU.                             Austin No. 1299; New-York, April 3d, 1812; 11 p.
   Reel: 65                                                       port; 22 cm.; NNNAM.
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Miller, Edward, 1760-1812.                                       Miller, Robert.
   Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de physconia                     An inaugural dissertation, upon the action of cold,
splenica.                                                        upon the human body, and its application to the cure of
Philadelphiae, Apud Gulielmum Young. 1789                        diseases.
Spleen                                                           Philadelphia, B. Graves. 1807
Austin No. 1300; [9], 6-27 p. 21 cm.; Evans 21964;               Cold; Cryotherapy
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; Errata slip                  Austin No. 1306; [2], 28 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University
mounted on p. [8]; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                          of Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, PPAmP, PU.
NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU.                                           Reel: 66
   Reel: 65
                                                                 Mills, John, d. 1784?.
Miller, Edward, 1760-1812.                                          The modern system of farriery.
   The medical works of Edward Miller.                           Boston, Printed and solb by William Spotswood. 1796
New-York, Collins and Co. 1814                                   Horse Diseases
Medicine                                                         Austin No. 1308; Showing the most approved
Austin No. 1301; Collected, and accompanied with a               methods of breeding, rearing, and fitting for use all
biographical sketch of the author; by Samuel Miller ...;         kinds of horses; with directions for the proper
cxi, 392 p. 22 cm.; "Dissertatio medica inauguralis de           treatment of them in their several disorders. ...; To
physconia splenica" p. [1-40] is in Latin; DNLM,                 which is added, a successful method of treating the
IEN-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL.                                     canine species in that destructive disease called the
   Reel: 65                                                      distemper; [2],[2], 274,[10] p. 17 cm.; Evans 30797;
                                                                 *MWA, RPJCB.
Miller, Edward, 1760-1812.                                          Reel: 66
    Report on the malignant disease, which prevailed
in the city of New-York in the autumn of 1805.                   Mills, John, d. 1784?.
[New-York, James Cheetham]. [1806]                                   A treatise on cattle: showing the most approved
Yellow Fever                                                     methods of breeding, rearing, and fitting for use, asses,
Austin No. 1303; addressed to the Governor of the                mules, horned cattle, sheep, goats, and swine.
State of New-York; By Edward Miller, M.D., resident              Boston, William Spotswood. 1795
physician for the city of New-York; 48 p. 20 cm.;                Cattle Diseases
Caption title: A letter from the resident physician to           Austin No. 1309; With directions for the proper
His Excellency Governor Lewis; Letter is dated Jan.              treatment of them in their several disorders: to which
12, 1806; A separate reissue of the report, which was            is added, a dissertation on their contagious diseases ...;
first issued as p. [41]-88 in New York (City) Board of           iv, 215, [9] p. 17 cm.; Evans 29083; CLM, DNLM,
Health; Documents relating to the Board of Health                MWA, RPJCB.
(New York, 1806), From the same setting of type as                   Reel: 66
the original, but with separate paging and signatures
substituted; "Appendix" (proofs and illustrations) : p.          Milton (Mass.).
[36]-48; DNLM, IEN-M, NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP,                            A collection of papers relative to the transactions of
PPL.                                                             the town of Milton, in the State of Massachusetts, to
    Reel: 66                                                     promote a general inoculation of the cow pox, or kine
                                                                 pock, as a never failing preventive against small pox
Miller, Friedrich.                                               infection.
    Doctor Benjamin Godfrey's cordial, ... alle obige            Boston, Printed for the town of Milton, by J. Belcher.
artikel sind zu haben bey Friedrich Miller, Drogist und          1809
Apotheker, in Hägerstaun, nahe beym Courthaus.                   Smallpox Vaccine; Vaccinia
[Hagerstown, Johann Gruber]. [1796]                              Austin No. 1310; 48 p. 25 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC,
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                          DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
Austin No. 1304; Broadside; 27.3x19.5 cm.; PPL.                  MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
    Reel: 66                                                        Reel: 66

Miller, Peter, 1773-1848.                                        Milton (Mass.).
   An essay on the means of lessening the pains of                   To the inhabitants of the town of Milton.
parturition.                                                     Milton. July 15th, 1809
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.            Smallpox Vaccine; Vaccinia
1804                                                             Austin No. 1311; [Certificates procured by a
Anesthesia, Obstetrical                                          committee from some of the most respectable
Austin No. 1305; 38 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--University of             physicians in Boston, and its vicinity, on the efficacy
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM,                      of the kine pock, in being a perfect and complete
MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP,                            preservative against the small pox]; 2 p. fol.; Signed at
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                    end by committee composed of Oliver Houghton,
   Reel: 66                                                      Rufus Peirce, [and others]; MBM.
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[Minor, Jehu] 1743-1808.                                         Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831.
   Catechism, physico-medicum: being an epitome of                  Address to the officers composing the medical
the theory and practice of physic; agreeable to the best         staff.
authors both antient and modern.                                 New-York, E. Conrad. 1820
Hartford, Watson and Goodwin. [1778]                             Military Medicine
Medicine; Mercury                                                Austin No. 1318; Surgeon General of the Militia, in
Austin No. 1312; To which is added, some practical               the State of New-York; 8 p. 20 cm.; Caption title:
rules and observations, and a discourse, on the nature,          Circular; Also published in the Medical repository, v.
and operation of mercury, as a medicine; By a student            21 (1820-21) p. 237-243, under title: A circular
in physic, in Connecticut...; 49 p. 20 cm.; Evans                address to the officers composing the medical staff;
15913; Preface is dated Mar. 17, 1778, and signed: J.            DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM.
M. (with surname supplied in manuscript); DNLM,                     Reel: 66
MBM, NNNAM.
   Reel: 66                                                      Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831.
                                                                   A concise description of Schooley's Mountain, in
Mitchell, George Edward, 1781-1832.                              New-Jersey, with some experiments on the water of its
   An inaugural essay, on the puerperal state of fever.          Chalybeate Spring.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by John H.                  New-York, Printed by J. Seymour. 1810
Oswald. 1805                                                     Mineral Waters
Puerperal Infection                                              Austin No. 1319; 14 p. 8vo.; *NHi, NNNAM, PPL.
Austin No. 1314; 30 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of               Reel: 66
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA,
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                 Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831.
   Reel: 66                                                         A discourse pronounced by request of the Society
                                                                 for Instructing the Deaf and Dumb, at the City Hall in
Mitchell, John S.                                                the city of New-York, on the 24th day of March, 1818.
   An essay on the Arbutus uva ursi, and Pyrola                  New-York, E. Conrad. [1818]
umbellata & maculata, of Linnaeus.                               Deafness
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Eaken &                  Austin No. 1320; 32, [3] p. 21 cm.; DNLM, MWA,
Mecum. 1803                                                      NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PHi, PPAmP, PPL.
Botany; Plants, Medicinal                                           Reel: 66
Austin No. 1315; 35 p. plate; 20 cm.;
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC                   Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831.
(copy lacks plate), DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,                           Observations anatomical, physiological, and
PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                        pathological, on the absorbent tubes of animal bodies.
   Reel: 66                                                      New-York, J. M'Lean & Co. 1787
                                                                 Anatomy, Comparative; Pathology, Veterinary;
Mitchell, Thomas Duché, 1791-1865.                               Physiology, Comparative
   Medical chemistry; or, A compendious view of the              Austin No. 1321; To which are added, Geological
various substances employed in the practice of                   remarks on the maritime parts of the State of
medicine, that depend on chemical principles for their           New-York ...; 16 p. 17 cm.; Evans 20527; Caption
formation; designed for the use of medical students.             title: On the structure and functions of the absorbent
[n.p.]. 1819                                                     vessels of animals; DNLM (microfilm copy), MWA,
Pharmacology                                                     NHi, NNNAM, RPJCB.
Austin No. 1316; To which is appended, A discourse                   Reel: 66
on the medical character; By Thomas D. Mitchell ...;
131 p. 18 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM,                     Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831.
MWA, PPL, PU.                                                        Remarks on the gaseous oxyd of azote or of
   Reel: 66                                                      nitrogene, and on the effects it produces when
                                                                 generated in the stomach, inhaled into the lungs, and
Mitchill, Samuel Latham, 1764-1831.                              applied to the skin: being an attempt to ascertain the
   Address &c.                                                   true nature of contagion, and to explain thereupon the
[New-York]. [1796]                                               phenomena of fever.
Austin No. 1317; 8 p. 21 cm.; Signed at end by S. L.             New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1795
Mitchill, Edward Miller, and E. H. Smith, and dated              Communicable Diseases; Fever
Nov. 15, 1796; A prospectus of the Medical                       Austin No. 1323; 43 p. 16 cm.; Evans 29089; CtY-M,
repository; Reprinted as "Circular address" at the               DNLM, MH-M, NHi, NNNAM.
beginning of the first issue of the journal, July, 1797;             Reel: 66
NNNAM.
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[Mitchill, Samuel Latham] 1764-1831.                             Moore, John, 1729-1802.
   The present state of medical learning in the city of             An essay on the causes, nature, and cure, of
New-York.                                                        consumptions.
New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1797                                 Boston, Printed by Robert Hodge for William Green.
Education, Medical                                               [1782]
Austin No. 1322; 16 p. 20 cm.; Evans 32488; Ascribed             Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
to Mitchill in Evans and in the Library of Congress              Austin No. 1329; In a letter to a friend ... To which is
Catalog; DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,                             prefixed, the charter of the Massachusetts Medical
PPAmP, PPL.                                                      Society...; 45, [3] p. 21 cm.; Evans 17607; Publisher's
   Reel: 66                                                      advertising: p. [46-48]; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
                                                                 MdBJ-W, NNNAM.
Mobile (Ala.). Committee on Causes and Extent of                    Reel: 66
the Late Extraordinary Sickness and Mortality in
the Town.                                                        Moore, John, 1729-1802.
   Report of the committee appointed to investigate                 Medical sketches: in two parts.
the causes and extent of the late extraordinary sickness         Providence, Carter and Wilkinson. 1794
and mortality in the town of Mobile.                             Fever; History of Medicine; Medicine
[Mobile] Printed at the office of the Mobile Gazette.            Austin No. 1330; The first American edition; vi, [2],
1819                                                             271 p. 21 cm.; Evans 27344; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
Yellow Fever                                                     ICJ, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi, NNNAM,
Austin No. 1324; 12 p. 21 cm.; *MBM, MWA.                        OClM, PPJ, PPL, RHi, RPJCB.
   Reel: 66                                                         Reel: 66

Mobile (Ala.). Committee on Causes and Extent of                 Moore, John, fl. 1800.
the Late Extraordinary Sickness and Mortality in                    An inaugural dissertation on Digitalis purpurea, or
the Town.                                                        foxglove; and its use in some diseases.
   Report of the committee appointed to investigate              Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1800
the causes and extent of the late extraordinary sickness         Digitalis
and mortality in the town of Mobile.                             Austin No. 1331; 36 p. fold; plate; 24 cm.; Evans
Philadelphia, S. Potter and Co. 1820                             37990; Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M,
Yellow Fever                                                     DLC (copy lacks plate), DNLM, MBM, MWA,
Austin No. 1325; 12 p. 21 cm.; Signed at end by                  MnSRM, NjR, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB,
members of the committee (Jacob Ludlow and others);              ScMS.
DLC, DNLM.                                                          Reel: 67
   Reel: 66
                                                                 Moore, Samuel W., 1786-1854.
Moncreiff, John.                                                    An inaugural dissertation on the medical virtues of
    An inquiry into the medicinal qualities and effects          the white oxide of bismuth; with some preliminary
of the aerated alkaline water.                                   observations on the chemical properties of that metal.
Baltimore, Published by Edward J. Coale, A.                      New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1810
Miltenberger, printer. 1810                                      Bismuth
Mineral Waters                                                   Austin No. 1332; 39 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
Austin No. 1326; illustrated by experiments and                  College; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NNC, NNNAM,
cases… to which is prefixed a letter to the publisher,           NNS, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
by a respectable physician of Baltimore; [4], 102 p.                Reel: 67
front; 18 cm.; Previously published in Edinburgh in
1794; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, MdU-D, PPAmP, PPC,                       Morgan, John, 1735-1789.
PPL.                                                                Apology for attempting to introduce the regular
    Reel: 66                                                     practice of physic in Philadelphia.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Printed by William Bradford. 1765
Moore, Daniel M.                                                 Austin No. 1333; 1 p.l., 26 p. 18 cm.; Another issue of
   An inaugural essay on pulmonary consumption.                  the preface in his: A discourse upon the institution of
Baltimore, Sergeant Hall. 1813                                   medical schools in America ... 1765; PPL.
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary                                             Reel: 67
Austin No. 1327; [4], 19 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University
of Maryland; DLC, DNLM, MWA.                                     Morgan, John, 1735-1789.
   Reel: 66                                                          Conclusion of Doctor Morgan's remarks on Doctor
                                                                 Shippen's feeble attempts to vindicate himself.
Moore, David.                                                    [Philadelphia, David C. Claypoole]. [1781]
   An inaugural dissertation on ophthalmia.                      Austin No. 1334; Broadside; fol.; Evans 17240; Dated
Philadelphia, B. Graves. 1807                                    at end: January 4, 1781; *MWA, PHi, PPC, PPL.
Ophthalmia                                                           Reel: 67
Austin No. 1328; [8], 30 (i.e. 22) p. 22 cm.;
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DNLM, PC, PU.
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Morgan, John, 1735-1789.                                         Morgan, John, 1735-1789.
     A discourse upon the institution of medical schools            A vindication of his public character in the station
in America.                                                      of director-general of the military hospitals and
Philadelphia, William Bradford. 1765                             physician in chief to the American army, anno 1776.
Schools, Medical                                                 Boston, Powars and Willis. 1777
Austin No. 1335; delivered at a public anniversary               Military Medicine
commencement, held in the College of Philadelphia                Austin No. 1340; xliii, 158 p. 20 cm.; Evans 15447;
May 30 and 31, 1765. With a preface containing ... the           DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNS, PHi,
author's apology for attempting to introduce the                 PPC, PPL, PU.
regular mode of practising physic in Philadelphia...;               Reel: 67
vii, xxvi, [2], 63 p. 19 cm.; Evans 10082; "An address
... to show the expediency of instituting medical                Morgan, John, 1735-1789.
schools in this seminary, and containing the plan                   A vindication of his public character in the station
proposed for the same."; Cf. announcement of the                 of director-general of the military hospitals, and
Trustees of the College of Philadelphia dated May 3,             physician in chief to the American army, anno 1776.
1765: quoted in Norris, G. W. The early history of               Boston, Powars and Willis. 1777
medicine in Philadelphia, 1886, p. 152; CLM, CtY-M,              Austin No. 1339; xxxii p.; PPL.
DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ (photocopy), IEN-M,                           Reel: 67
IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM,
NNU-M, OClM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                           Morrell, Robert.
     Reel: 67                                                      An inaugural dissertation on animal heat.
                                                                 New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1810
Morgan, John, 1735-1789.                                         Body Temperature
    A recommendation of inoculation, according to                Austin No. 1341; 30 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
Baron Dimsdale's method.                                         College; DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
Boston, J. Gill. 1776                                              Reel: 67
Smallpox Vaccine
Austin No. 1336; 18 p. 19 cm.; Evans 14891; Caption              Morris, Charles.
title: Recommendatory preface; Originally intended to               An inaugural dissertation on the Prunus virginiana,
be prefixed to a new American edition (never                     commonly known in the United States by the name of
published?) of Dimsdale's The present method of                  wild cherry-tree.
inoculating for the small pox (London, 1767); Cf. p.             Philadelphia, John Geyer. 1802
[2], 12, 18; Dated at end Apr. 19, 1776; DLC, DNLM,              Botany; Plants, Medicinal
MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPL.                                     Austin No. 1342; 45 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
    Reel: 67                                                     Pennsylvania; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP,
                                                                 PPC, PPL, PU.
Morgan, John, 1735-1789.                                            Reel: 67
   To His Excellency General Washington,
Commander in Chief of the American Army.                         Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.
Fish-kill, Samuel London. 1777                                      A sermon preached before the Humane Society of
Military Medicine                                                the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their
Austin No. 1337; The memorial and representation of              semi-annual meeting, June 9th, 1801.
Doctor John Morgan ...; 24 p. 8vo.; Evans 15446;                 Boston, John & Thomas Fleet. 1801
PPL.                                                             Austin No. 1343; 53 p. 21 cm.; Contains suggestions
   Reel: 67                                                      for extending the work of the Humane Society,
                                                                 including "the erection and endowment of a hospital
Morgan, John, 1735-1789.                                         for lunatics."; DNLM, MWA, PPL.
   ... To the citizens and freemen of the United States             Reel: 67
of America.
Baltimore, M. K. Goddard. [1778]                                 Morton, Pliny.
Military Medicine                                                   Mr. Pliny Morton [dentist] being in Newburyport,
Austin No. 1338; [In defence of his services as                  and hearing that many of the inhabitants.
director-general of the hospitals, and physician in              Newburyport. 1813
chief to the American army] Philadelphia, October 1,             Dentistry
1778; [2] p. folio; Evans 15917; At head of title are            Austin No. 1344; Broadside; 21 cm.; MWA.
four lines of verse; PPL.                                           Reel: 67
   Reel: 67
                                                                 Moseley, Benjamin, 1742-1819.
                                                                    A treatise concerning the properties and effects of
                                                                 coffee.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Samuel H. Smith. 1796
                                                                 Coffee
                                                                 Austin No. 1345; 1st Amer. ed.,; 45 p. 19 cm.; DLC,
                                                                 *NNNAM, PHi, PPC.
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Moss, William.                                                     Murray, John, d. 1820.
   An essay on the management and feeding of                          Elements of materia medica and pharmacy.
infants.                                                           Philadelphia, Published by B. and T. Kite, sold by
Philadelphia, Published by Benjamin Johnson, Joseph                them, by B. B. Hopkins & Co. [etc.] Fry and
Rakestraw. 1808                                                    Kammerer, printers. 1808
Feeding Behavior; Smallpox Vaccine                                 Pharmacology
Austin No. 1346; 104 p. 20 cm.; An abridgement of                  Austin No. 1352; 2 v. in 1 (447 p.) 23 cm.; CLM,
the author's An essay on the management and nursing                CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, IU-M, MBM, MWA,
of children (London, 1781; 2d ed., Egham, 1794);                   NNNAM, NjR, OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.
"Instructions for vaccine inoculation, commonly                       Reel: 67
called vaccination": p. [89]-95, with special half title;
This was separately published in Philadelphia in 1807;             Murray, John William Boyles, d. 1818.
"Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of                  An essay on neuralgia.
thousands": p. [96]-104; This was separately                       New-York, J. Seymour. 1816
published, probably in Philadelphia in 1806; CtY-M,                Neuralgia
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, PPC.                                   Austin No. 1354; 71, [1] p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of
   Reel: 67                                                        Physicians and Surgeons, New York; "List of writers
                                                                   on this disease": p. 70-71; DNLM, MBM, MWA,
Mott, Valentine, 1785-1865.                                        NNC, NNNAM, PPC.
   An account of an extraordinary case of diabetes                    Reel: 68
mellitus.
[New-York]. [1810]                                                 Murray, John William Boyles, d. 1818.
Diabetes Mellitus                                                     Eulogy on the late Edward Post.
Austin No. 1347; From the American Medical and                     New-York, Van Winkle & Wiley. 1816
Philosophical Register; 12 p. 8vo.; Caption title;                 Austin No. 1355; delivered on Saturday, the 17th of
Dated on p. [3]: New-York, 8 mo. 26th, 1810;                       February, 1816, before the students of medicine in the
NNNAM.                                                             College of Physicians and Surgeons, New-York; 15 p.
   Reel: 67                                                        20.5 cm.; NHi, *NNNAM.
                                                                      Reel: 68
Mott, Valentine, 1785-1865.
   An experimental inquiry into the chemical and                   Murray, John, d. 1820.
medical properties of the Statice limonium of                          A system of materia medica and pharmacy.
Linnaeus.                                                          Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson, William
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1806                                     Fry, printer. 1815
Plants, Medicinal                                                  Pharmacology
Austin No. 1348; 58 p. col. front; 21 cm.;                         Austin No. 1353; With notes by N. Chapman ...; 2 v.
Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,                        23 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, IU-M (vol.
MBM, NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                           2), MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, PPL (vol.
PU, ScMS.                                                          1).
   Reel: 67                                                            Reel: 68

Mott, Valentine, 1785-1865.                                        Mussey, Reuben Dimond, 1780-1866.
    Reflections on securing in a ligature the arteria                  An address read to the medical class at Dartmouth
innominata.                                                        College, December 1, 1818.
[New York]. [1819]                                                 Hanover, N.H., Charles Spear. 1818
Arteries                                                           Medicine
Austin No. 1349; To which is added, a case in which                Austin No. 1356; 24 p. 21 cm.; "Suggestions relative
this artery was tied by a surgical operation; [2], 46 p. 2         to the duties which physicians owe to themselves, to
plates; 20 cm.; Caption title; Separate, from the                  their medical brethren, and to society."; DNLM,
Medical and surgical register, v. 1, 1818, p. 9-54;                MWA, MWiW, NNNAM, PHi, PU.
DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PPAmP, PU.                                           Reel: 68
    Reel: 67
                                                                   Mussey, Reuben Dimond, 1780-1866.
Murray, Adolph, 1751-1803.                                            Experiments and observations on cutaneous
   A description of the arteries of the human body.                absorption.
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson, Fry and                  Philadelphia, T. & G. Palmer. 1809
Kammerer, printers. 1810                                           Skin Absorption
Arteries                                                           Austin No. 1357; 16 p. 21 cm.; "From the Philadelphia
Austin No. 1350; Reduced to tables ...; Translated                 medical and physical journal [3d suppl., 1809, p.
from the original by Archibald Scott; xix, 172 p. 22               288-302]"; DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NNNAM,
cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, MBM, MWA,                             PPAmP, PPL.
MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, OClM,                                 Reel: 68
PPC, PPL, ScMS.
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Nassy, David de Isaac Cohen, 1747-1806.                           Nelson, William.
   Observations sur la cause, la nature, et le traitement            Observations on the management of Peruvian bark.
de la maladie epidemique, qui regne a Philadelphie.               Philadelphia, John Geyer. 1802
Philadelphie, Imprimé par Parker & Cie. pour M.                   Quinine
Carey. 1793                                                       Austin No. 1362; 30 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Yellow Fever                                                      Pennsylvania; DNLM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM,
Austin No. 1359; 48 p. 21 cm.; Evans 25854; This                  PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
copy is without the errata leaf present in some copies;              Reel: 68
Text in French and English; added title page in
English: Observations on the cause, nature, and                   Neuer Erfahrner, Amerikanischer, Haus- und Stallarzt
treatment of the epidemic disorder, prevalent in                  mit den natürlichsten, und leichtesten Mitteln, wider
Philadelphia; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,                           alle Kranckheiten, und Schwachheiten, der Menschen
NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.                                  und Viehe.
   Reel: 68                                                       Friederich-Stadt, Gedruckt, verlegt und zu haben bey
                                                                  Matthias Bärtgis. 1794
Natchez (Miss.). Mayor and citizens.                              Medicine; Physicians; Therapeutics; Veterinary
    The Mayor, aldermen, assistants, medical faculty,             Medicine
and other citizens of Natchez humbly solicit the                  Austin No. 1363; [16], 84, 36, [4]p. 16 cm.; Evans
attention of the legislature of this territory to the             27362; DLC, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PP, *PPL,
following memorial.                                               RPJCB.
[Natchez]. [1804]                                                     Reel: 68
Austin No. 1361; broadside; 30 x 35 cm.; fold; to 30 x
18 cm.; Dated Dec. 22, 1804; Begins: For the                      New Hampshire Medical Society.
promptitude and zeal with which your honorable body                  The charter of the New-Hampshire Medical
has already manifested to effect the establishment of a           Society: together with their laws and regulations.
hospital in our city, we ... return you ... thanks;               Exeter [N.H.] Henry Ranlet. 1792
Presents for the guidance of the legislature data                 Societies, Medical
concerning the prevalence of disease in Natchez,                  Austin No. 1366; To which are prefixed a list of the
particularly among transient river boatmen, and                   present fellows and of their officers for the current
estimates of the cost of building and maintaining the             year; by their order. 35 p. 18.5 cm.; Evans 24588;
hospital; Originally accompanied by (1) a copy of the             DLC, *RPJCB.
resolutions adopted by the medical practitioners of                  Reel: 68
Natchez on Nov. 21 and issued by them in a printed
"Circular," and (2) "subscription papers" (forms with             New Hampshire Medical Society. Centre District.
signatures of charitable donors and amounts pledged);                By-laws.
The Natchez Hospital was established according to an              Concord, Printed by George Hough, for the Society.
act of the General Assembly of the territory, passed              June 1811
Jan. 18, 1805; DNLM (photocopy of original in the                 Societies, Medical
Mississippi State Dept. of Archives and History,                  Austin No. 1369; 12 p. 15 cm.; *MWA, NNNAM.
Jackson).                                                            Reel: 68
    Reel: 68
                                                                  New York (City) Dispensary.
Natchez (Miss.). Medical practitioners.                             Charter and bye-laws of the New-York Dispensary.
   Circular [soliciting subscriptions for the                     New-York, Southwick and Hardcastle. 1805
establishment of a hospital in Natchez for the states             Delivery of Healthcare
and territories bordering on the Mississippi and                  Austin No. 1378; Instituted in 1790. 35, [1] p. 17 cm.;
Ohio.].                                                           *MWA, NHi, NNNAM.
[Natchez]. [1804]                                                   Reel: 68
Hospitals
Austin No. 1360; [4] p. 29 cm.; Pages [2-3] are blank;            New York (City) Dispensary.
Dated Natchez, November 20, 1084 [sic]; Begins: Sir,                Charter and by-laws of the New-York Dispensary.
under a firm persuasion that you cannot but feel                  New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1814
interested ... we trouble you with the following                  Delivery of Healthcare
subscription paper; Signed by David Lattimore and six             Austin No. 1381; Instituted 1790. 15 p. 8vo.; MH-M,
other "medical practitioners of the city of Natchez.";            *NHi, NNNAM.
Includes a copy of the resolutions adopted at a meeting             Reel: 68
on Nov. 21, signed by the same medical practitioners;
Blank form for signatures of subscribers with printed             New York (City) Dispensary.
caption beginning "We, the subscribers ...": p. [4]; A               Charter and ordinances of the New-York
meeting of interested citizens was called for Dec. 22 to          Dispensary.
frame a memorial to the territorial legislature; The              New York, Hopkins, Webb & Co. 1797
memorial was issued as a broadside in 1804; DNLM                  Delivery of Healthcare
(photocopy of original in the Mississippi State Dept.             Austin No. 1383; 30 p. 19.5 cm.; Evans 32566;
of Archives and History, Jackson).                                CtY-M, *DLC, NHi, NNNAM.
   Reel: 68                                                          Reel: 68

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New York (City) Dispensary.                                      Newcomb, Daniel, d. 1809.
    Rules of the city dispensary, for the medical relief            An inaugural essay, on the different theories, that
of the poor.                                                     have been advanced on the subject of the proximate
New York, Thomas Greenleaf. [1795]                               cause of conception in the human female.
Delivery of Healthcare                                           Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by John H.
Austin No. 1385; Instituted at New York, February 1,             Oswald. 1806
1791, and altered and amended at a public meeting of             Pregnancy
the contributors, February 12, 1795; 16 p.; Evans                Austin No. 1364; 32 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
29201; NHi, *NNS.                                                Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM,
    Reel: 68                                                     NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                    Reel: 68
New York (City) Health Committee.
    An accurate list of persons who have died of the             New-Hampshire Medical Society.
malignant fever in this city, including those at                     The charter... together with the by-laws.
Bellevue, &c. from July 29, to October 29, with the              Concord, George Hough. 1816
date of their deaths, also of the different places where         Societies, Medical
the deaths occurred, and the number that died in each            Austin No. 1367; To which are prefixed a list of the
street.                                                          fellows... for the year 1816. 32 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M,
[New York] L. Jones. [1803]                                      IEN-M, MWA, NHi, *NNNAM.
Yellow Fever                                                         Reel: 68
Austin No. 1386; Taken from the reports of the Health
Committee; 16 p. 15 cm.; Caption title: A list of deaths         New-Hampshire Medical Society.
of the malignant fevelr in this city from July 29 to                 Medical police of the New-Hampshire Medical
October 29, 1803; DNLM, NNNAM.                                   Society, adopted June 1819.
    Reel: 68                                                     Concord, George Hough. 1819
                                                                 Societies, Medical
New York (City). Board of Health.                                Austin No. 1368; Published by order of the Society; 8
   Address of the Board of Health of the city of                 p. 19 cm.; DLC.
New-York, to their fellow citizens.                                  Reel: 68
New-York, Thomas P. Low. 1818
Public Health                                                    New-Hampshire Medical Society. Eastern District.
Austin No. 1374; 8 p. 8vo; Signed at end: Cadwallader              Laws of the Eastern district of the New-Hampshire
D. Colden, Pres., J. Morton, Sec'ry; June 1, 1818;               medical society.
DNLM (copy not located), *NHi.                                   Exeter, H. Ranlet. 1799
   Reel: 68                                                      Societies, Medical
                                                                 Austin No. 1370; 8 p. 16 cm.; Evans 35891; DLC,
New York (City). Board of Health.                                MWA, *NHi.
    Documents relating to the Board of Health.                     Reel: 68
New-York, James Cheetham. 1806
Public Health                                                    New-Hampshire Medical Society. Library.
Austin No. 1375; 99 p. 21 cm.; Documents concerning                  Laws of the New-Hampshire medical society's
the yellow fever; "To the public," dated Nov. 13, 1805           library.
(p. [3]-9) signed: By order, and in behalf of the Board;         [Concord? N.H.]. [1815?]
De Witt Clinton, Pres., James Hardie, Sec'ry;                    Societies, Medical
Statistical tables (dated Feb. 24, 1806): p. 97-99;              Austin No. 1372; 23 [1] p. 16.5 cm.; A catalogue of
DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PPL.                                      the New-Hampshire medical society and Eastern
    Reel: 68                                                     district society's library, pp. 4-23; DLC.
                                                                     Reel: 68
New York (City). Committee Appointed to Prevent
the Introduction and Spreading of Infectious                     Newnan, John.
Diseases.                                                           An inaugural dissertation on general dropsy.
    To the inhabitants of the State of New-York; and             Philadelphia, Parry Hall. 1793
those of the neighboring states.                                 Edema
[New York]. [1793]                                               Austin No. 1373; 31 p. 20 cm.; Evans 25922;
Communicable Diseases; Preventive Medicine                       Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
Austin No. 1376; Friends and fellow citizens, on the             MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.
thirteenth day of this month, the citizens of New-York              Reel: 68
appointed & committee of seven, to take measures to
prevent the introduction and spreading of the dreadful
malady; Broadside; Dated at end: New York,
September 30, 1793; NHi.
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New York (City) Health Committee.                                New York (State). Governor.
   Names of persons who have died in New-York of                      A proclamation.
the yellow fever, from 29th of July, to the beginning of         [New-York]. [1793]
November, 1795.                                                  Quarantine
[New-York, Printeds for the editor]. [November 7,                Austin No. 1409; Whereas by the statute entitled "An
1795]                                                            act to prevent bringing in and spreading of infectious
Yellow Fever                                                     distempers in this State", it is enacted "that all vessels
Austin No. 1387; [3], 2-26 p. 18.5 cm.; Evans 29196              ... having on board any person ... infected ... shall not
(variant title); Half title; Imprint from p. 26; NHi,            come into any of the ports or harbours of this State...";
*MWA.                                                            1 l; 21.5 x 34 cm.; Signed at end: Geo. Clinton; *NHi,
   Reel: 69                                                      NNNAM (photocopy).
                                                                      Reel: 69
New York (City) Health Committee.
   Record of death, or An accurate list, of the names,           New York (State). Laws, statues, etc.
places, abode, occupations, &c. of our fellow citizens,            Health laws of New-York.
who have fallen victims to the late fever, since its             New-York, James Cheetham. 1805
commencement July 25, to October 21 as have been                 Public Health
reported to the Committee of Health and faithfully,              Austin No. 1420; 41, viii, [1] p. 21 cm.; DLC, DNLM,
copied from the register kept by the Committee.                  MBM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi.
[New York] John Hill and Co. [1799]                                Reel: 69
Mortality; Vital Statistics; Yellow Fever
Austin No. 1388; 14 p.; Evans 35942; Caption title:              New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.
Deaths of the late malignant fever; DNLM (microfilm                  An act to amend an act, entitled "An act, to
copy), NHi, NNNAM.                                               incorporate medical societies for the purpose of
   Reel: 69                                                      regulating the practice of physic and surgery in this
                                                                 state.
New York (City) Inspector.                                       [Albany]. [1816]
    A comparative statement of the number of deaths              Societies, Medical
in the City of New-York, during the years 1804, 1805,            Austin No. 1411; 1 leaf; 33.5 cm.; Caption: In
1806, 1807, 1808 and 1809.                                       assembly, March 6, 1816; NNNAM.
New-York, Southwick and Pelsue. 1810                                 Reel: 69
Mortality; Vital Statistics; Yellow Fever
Austin No. 1389; [By Jacob Morton] Published by                  New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.
order of the Common Council; 14 p. 21 cm.; MWA,                      An act to incorporate medical societies, for the
NHi, *NNNAM.                                                     purpose of regulating the practice of physic and
    Reel: 69                                                     surgery in this state, passed April 10, 1813.
                                                                 New-York, Printed for the Society by George Forman.
New York (City) Inspector.                                       1813
   Return of deaths in the city of New-York, for the             Societies, Medical
years 1804, 5, 6, 7, and 1808.                                   Austin No. 1414; Together with the by-laws of the
New-York, Southwick and Pelsue. 1809                             Medical Society of the Country of New-York,
Yellow Fever                                                     incorporated, July 1, 1806; Published by order of the
Austin No. 1390; Published by order of the Common                Society; 30, [1] p. 20 cm.; Substantially a
Council; 6, [2]p. 21 cm.; NNNAM.                                 re-enactment of the act passed April 4, 1806; "By-laws
   Reel: 69                                                      of the Medical Society ... revised and adopted, July 6,
                                                                 1813": p. [15]-30, with special half title; DNLM,
New York (City). Ordinances, etc.                                MBM, NNNAM, PPL.
   Extracts from the various laws relative to the                    Reel: 69
preservation of health in the city of New-York.
New-York, Southwick and Pelsue. 1811                             New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.
Public Health                                                       An act to incorporate medical societies, for the
Austin No. 1391; Published by order of the Board of              purpose of regulating the practice of physic and
Health; 22, [1] p. 21 cm.; Caption title: Extracts from          surgery in this state, passed the 4th of April, 1806.
health laws, &c.; From city ordinances and state laws            New-York, James Cheetham. 1806
dated Apr. 1803-Apr. 1811; CtY-M, DNLM,                          Societies, Medical
NNNAM.                                                           Austin No. 1413; together with the bye laws of the
   Reel: 69                                                      Medical Society of the County of New-York,
                                                                 incorporated on the 1st day of July, 1806. Published
                                                                 by order of the Society; 23 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, MBM,
                                                                 NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PPL.
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New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                           New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.
   An act to provide against infectious and pestilential            Statutes, regulating the practice of physic and
diseases.                                                        surgery in the State of New-York, and the by-laws of
[Albany?]. [1811?]                                               the Medical Society of the County of New-York.
Public Health                                                    New-York, George Forman. 1819
Austin No. 1417; Passed, the 8th day of April, 1811;             Legislation, Medical; Societies, Medical
27, ix p. 20 cm.; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM.                              Austin No. 1421; Adopted July 6, 1819. Incorporated
   Reel: 69                                                      July 1, 1806; Published by order of the Society; 38 p.
                                                                 21 cm.; NHi, *NNNAM, NNS.
New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                              Reel: 69
   An act to provide against infectious and pestilential
diseases.                                                        New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
[Albany?]. [1813?]                                                  Exposition of the transactions relative to the
Public Health                                                    College of Physicians & Surgeons in the city of
Austin No. 1418; Passed March 26, 1813; 26, vi p.                New-York, from its establishment until the
8vo.; NHi.                                                       assumption of the charter, by the Regents of the
   Reel: 69                                                      University.
                                                                 New-York, Collins & Co. 1812
New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                           Societies, Medical
   An act to provide against infectious and pestilential         Austin No. 1392; 44 p. 20.2 cm.; NNNAM.
diseases.                                                           Reel: 69
[Albany?]. [1820?]
Public Health                                                    New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
Austin No. 1419; Passed April 14th, 1820; 40 p. 21                   Memorial of the College of Physicians & Surgeons
cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, NHi, NNNAM.                                    of the University of the State of New-York to the Hon.
   Reel: 69                                                      the Legislature of the State of New-York, in Senate
                                                                 and Assembly convened.
New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                           New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1814
   An act to provide against infectious and pestilential         Societies, Medical
diseases.                                                        Austin No. 1393; 11, [1]p. 23 cm.; DNLM, MWA,
Albany, Charles R. & George Webster. 1801                        NHi, NNNAM, NjR, PHi, PPL.
Public Health                                                        Reel: 69
Austin No. 1416; Passed 30th March, 1801; 23 p. 20
cm.; NNNAM.                                                      New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
   Reel: 69                                                         Supplementary charter of the College of Physicians
                                                                 and Surgeons, with other ordinances relative to that
New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                           institution.
   An act, for establishing the New-York Vaccine                 New-York, C. S. Van Winkle. 1811
Institution.                                                     Societies, Medical
[Albany]. [1816]                                                 Austin No. 1394; 14 p. 20 cm.; NHi, NNC, *NNNAM,
Public Health; Vaccination                                       NNS, PPAmP, PPL.
Austin No. 1410; 2 p. 33.8 cm.; Caption: In assembly,               Reel: 69
March 28, 1816; NNNAM.
   Reel: 69                                                      New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
                                                                    Syllabus of the several courses of medical lectures
New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                           delivered in the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
   An act, to amend an act, entitled "An act, to provide         New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1814
against infectious and pestilential diseases".                   Education, Medical
[Albany]. [1816]                                                 Austin No. 1395; 19, [1] p. 21.5 cm.; ICJ, MBM,
Public Health                                                    MWA, *NHi, NNNAM, PPL.
Austin No. 1412; 1 l.; 33.5 cm.; Caption: In assembly,              Reel: 69
March 4, 1816; NNNAM.
   Reel: 69                                                      New York. College of Physicians and Surgeons.
                                                                     To the Honorable the Legislature of the State of
New York (State). Laws, statutes, etc.                           New-York, in Senate and Assembly convened.
   An act, to prevent the destructive ravages of the             [New-York]. [1816]
small pox.                                                       Societies, Medical
[Albany]. [1816]                                                 Austin No. 1396; The memorial of the College of
Smallpox Vaccine                                                 Physicians and Surgeons, in the city of New-York. 1
Austin No. 1415; 1 l.; 32.5 cm.; Caption: In assembly,           p.l., 9 p. 23.5 cm.; Dated on p.4: New-York, March
Feb. 26, 1816; NNNAM.                                            25th, 1816; *MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL.
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New York. Hospital.                                             Niderburg, S. N.
    Pharmacopoeia Nosocomii Neo-Eboracensis; or,                   Improved Galvanismus, and its medical
The pharmacopoeia of the New-York Hospital.                     application.
New York, Published by Collins & Co., A. Paul,                  New-York, Printed by George Forman, for the author.
printer. 1816                                                   1803
Pharmacopoeias                                                  Electrotherapy
Austin No. 1399; Published under the authority of the           Austin No. 1422; 15 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, MWA, NHi.
physicians and surgeons of that institution. To which              Reel: 69
is added, an appendix, containing a general
posological table, and a comparative view of the                Norcom, James, 1778-1850.
former and present terms used in materia medica and                An inaugural thesis on jaundice; containing
pharmacy; x, [2], 180, [1] p. 23 cm.; Prepared by               observations on the liver, and some of its diseases.
Samuel L. Mitchill and Valentine Seaman as members              Philadelphia, Printed by James Carey, for Mathew
of a committee of the physicians and surgeons of the            Carey. [1799]
hospital; CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM,                     Jaundice; Liver Diseases
MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NjR.                                         Austin No. 1423; 49, [1] p. 21 cm.; Evans 35977;
    Reel: 69                                                    Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
                                                                MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,
New York. Hospital Library.                                     RPJCB.
   A catalogue of the books belonging to the library of            Reel: 69
the New-York Hospital, and regulations for the use of
the same.                                                       North, Edward Washington, d. 1843.
New-York, Collins & Co. 1818                                       An inaugural dissertation, on the rheumatic state of
Bibliography of Medicine                                        fever.
Austin No. 1401; [6], 125 p. 21.5 cm.; DLC, MWA,                Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1797
*NNNAM.                                                         Rheumatic Fever
   Reel: 69                                                     Austin No. 1424; 37 p. 21 cm.; Evans 32592;
                                                                Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM,
New York. Institution for the Inoculation of the                MWA, NNNAM, PPL, ScCM.
Kine Pock.                                                         Reel: 69
    Constitution for the government of the New-York
Institution for the Inoculation of the Kine Pock.               North, Elisha, 1771-1843.
New-York, Isaac Collins and Son. 1802                              A treatise on a malignant epidemic, commonly
Smallpox Vaccine                                                called spotted fever; interspersed with remarks on the
Austin No. 1402; To which are added, the proceedings            nature of fever in general, &c.
of the two first meetings of the contributors; 11 p. 18         New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1811
cm.; The meetings were held on Jan. 11 and Jan. 14,             Diptheria
1802; DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM.                                    Austin No. 1425; And an appendix, in which is
    Reel: 69                                                    republished a number of essays written by different
                                                                authors on this epidemic, with the addition of original
New York. Institution for the Inoculation of the                notes: containing also a few original and selected
Kine Pock.                                                      cases, with clinical remarks ...; xi, 249, [3] p. fold.
  Directions for the Kine pock inoculation.                     table; 19 cm.; A proposed second edition was never
[New-York]. [1802]                                              published; Cf. F. L. Pleadwell's "A new view of Elisha
Smallpox Vaccine                                                North and his Treatise on spotted fever; based on a
Austin No. 1403; 21; 29.5 cm.; MBM, *NNNAM.                     recently discovered manuscript," in Annals of medical
  Reel: 69                                                      history, v. 6, 1924, p. 245-257; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
                                                                ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
New York. Institution for the Inoculation of the                MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, OCLM,
Kine-Pock.                                                      PHi, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Facts and observations relative to the kine-pock.               Reel: 69
New-York, Isaac Collins and Son. 1802
Austin No. 1404; Drawn up by the Medical Board of               Nützliches und schr bewährt befundenes
the New-York Institution for the Inoculation of the             Weiber-Büchlein...Nebst einem Anhang, bestchend,
Kine-Pock; at the request of the directors; 7 p. 19.5           aus den aller auscrlesensten Mitteln beydes für Mutter
cm.; MBM, *NNNAM, NNS.                                          und Kind.
   Reel: 69                                                     Ephrata. 1806
                                                                Genital Disease, Female; Mineral Waters; Pediatrics
                                                                Austin No. 1426; Wie auch einige sonderbare
                                                                Anweisungen, unterschiedliche Wasser. 32 p. 15 cm.;
                                                                NNNAM.
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Observations on Doctor Mackrill's History of the                   Oliver, John.
yellow fever, &c.                                                     A present to be given to teeming women, by their
Baltimore, John Hayes. 1796                                        husbands, or friends, containing directions for women
Yellow Fever                                                       with child.
Austin No. 1428; By a gentleman of the faculty ...; 60             Boston, Benjamin Harris. 1694
p. 20 cm.; Evans 30922; Joseph Mackrill's "History of              Pregnancy
the yellow fever" was published in Baltimore in the                Austin No. 1433; 6 l., 129 p. 15 cm.; Evans 708;
same year; DNLM, MdU-D, PPL.                                       NNNAM.
    Reel: 69                                                          Reel: 70
Observations on the influence of the moon on climate,              Oliver, Samuel Clark.
and the animal economy: with a proper method of                       An essay on the causes which present the progress
treating diseases, when under the power of that                    and usefulness of medical science in the United States.
luminary.                                                          Philadelphia, M'Carty & Davis. 1820
Philadelphia, Richard Folwell. 1798                                Medicine
Climate; Environmental Health                                      Austin No. 1434; 16 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 1429; 24 p. 20 cm.; Evans 34264; Preface                Pennsylvania; DLC, *PPAmP.
signed: Y. Philadelphia, July 31, 1795; DNLM,                         Reel: 70
MWA, PU.
   Reel: 69                                                        Onania; or the heinous sin of self-pollution, and all its
                                                                   frightful consequences, in both sexes, considered.
Occasional essays on the yellow fever, containing a                London printed; Re-printed at Boston for John
number of remarkable relative facts, as well as some               Phillips. 1724
encouraging ideas, that those cities of America which              Coitus Interruptus
for more than ninety successive years had been                     Austin No. 1435; With spiritual and physical advice to
generally preserved from the dreadful evil may                     those, who have already injur'd themselves by this
experience in future a similar preservation.                       abominable practice...[10th ed.]; [4], iv, 64 p. 16 cm.;
Philadelphia, John Ormrod. 1800                                    On half title: "The tenth edition"; MWA.
Yellow Fever                                                           Reel: 70
Austin No. 1430; By a Philadelphian ...; 42 p. 20 cm.;
Evans 38145; A collection of letters first published in            Onderdonk, Henry Ustick, bp., 1789-1858.
The Federalist, or New-Jersey gazette between Oct.                    An inaugural dissertation on stone in the bladder.
23, 1798, and Nov. 22, 1799; Additional letters by the             New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1810
same author were published in Philadelphia in 1802                 Bladder Calculi
under title: Interesting essays, chiefly on the subject of         Austin No. 1436; 44 p. front. 21 cm.;
the yellow fever; A second copy (imperfect) in DNLM                Thesis--Columbia College; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM
formed the basis of Evans 35452, an erroneous entry;               (copy lacks front.), MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC,
Evans accepted from the first series of the Index                  NNNAM, NNS, NNU-M, PPC, PPL.
Catalogue, under Philadelphian, the date 1799 and the                 Reel: 70
supplied title: Essays relating to yellow fever; DLC,
DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPAmP                              Orfila, Matthieu Joseph Bonaventure, 1787-1853.
(credits authorship to Samuel Sansom), PPC, PPL.                      Directions for the treatment of persons who have
   Reel: 69                                                        taken poison, and those in a state of apparent death.
                                                                   Baltimore, Published by Nathaniel G. Maxwell, J.
O'Connor, John, 1791?-1819.                                        Robinson, printer. 1819
   An inaugural essay, on carcinoma or cancer.                     Death; Poisoning; Poisons; Wine
Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1812                                     Austin No. 1437; together with the means of detecting
Neoplasms                                                          poisons and adulterations in wine; also, of
Austin No. 1431; 29 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--College of                  distinguishing real from apparent death; Translated
Medicine of Maryland; DNLM.                                        from the French by R. H. Black ... With an Appendix,
   Reel: 69                                                        on suspended animation and the means of prevention;
                                                                   1st American ed.; 240 p. 1 illus.; 18 cm.; Half title: On
Oliver, Benjamin Lynde, 1760-1835.                                 poison; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, PPC.
    Letters on the kine pox, and a variety of other                   Reel: 70
medical subjects.
Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1802
Smallpox
Austin No. 1432; written by Dr. B. L. Oliver ... and Dr.
William Currie...; 54 p. 20 cm.; Caption title: Medical
letters; Three letters dated from Nov. 18 to Dec. 20,
1801; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, NHi, PPAmP, PPC,
PPL, PU.
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Orfila, Matthieu Joseph Bonaventure, 1787-1853.                 Otto, John Conrad, 1774-1844.
     A general system of toxicology: or, A treatise on             An inaugural essay on epilepsy.
poisons, found in the mineral, vegetable, and animal            Philadelphia, Lang & Ustick. 1796
kingdoms, considered in their relations with                    Epilepsy
physiology, pathology, and medical jurisprudence.               Austin No. 1443; 55 p. 20 cm.; Evans 30934;
Philadelphia, M. Carey & Son. 1817                              Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
Poisoning; Poisons; Toxicology                                  MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP,
Austin No. 1438; Abridged and partly translated from            PPC, PPL, PU.
the French of M. P. Orfila ... by Joseph G. Nancredc               Reel: 70
...; xlviii, 465 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM,
WMA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPAmP,                            Packer, Joseph Bill, 1720?-1773.
PPC, PPL.                                                           A journal of the life and travels of Joseph-Bill
     Reel: 70                                                   Packer, now under sentence of death in the city-hall of
                                                                Albany.
Orfila, Matthieu Joseph Bonaventure, 1787-1853.                 Albany, Printed; Hartford, Re-printed by E. Watson.
    A popular treatise on the remedies to be employed           1773
in cases of poisoning and apparent death; including the         Austin No. 1444; Written by himself, and published at
means of detecting poisons, of distinguishing real              his request; 15 p. 20 cm.; Evans 12915; First published
from apparent death, and of ascertaining the                    in Albany in 1773; Dated Mar. 9, 1773 (p.11);
adulteration of wines.                                          "Postscript" (prefaced by letter dated Mar. 16, 1773) :
Philadelphia, Published by Solomon W. Conrad,                   p. 12-15; DNLM (copy imperfect), NHi.
Clark & Raser, printers. 1818                                       Reel: 70
Death; Poisoning; Poisons; Wine
Austin No. 1439; Translated from the French, under              Parker, John.
the inspection of the author, by William Price, M.D.;              An inaugural dissertation on fractures of the leg.
xiii, 170 [8] p. 23 cm.; CU-M, DNLM, ICJ, IU-M,                 Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.
MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, PP, PPC,                          1804
PU.                                                             Leg Injuries
    Reel: 70                                                    Austin No. 1445; 27 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM,
Osgood, Daniel, 1776-1852.                                      MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   A letter on the yellow fever of the West Indies.                Reel: 70
New-York, Published by Elam Bliss; J. Seymour,
printer. 1820                                                   Parkinson, James, 1755-1824.
Yellow Fever                                                       Medical admonitions to families, respecting the
Austin No. 1440; 72 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                preservation of health, and the treatment of the sick.
MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS,                                Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, Printed for Charles
NNU-M, PPC, PPL.                                                Peirce, by N. S. & W. Peirce. 1803
   Reel: 70                                                     Health; Medicine
                                                                Austin No. 1446; Also, a table of symptoms, serving
Ostrander, Ezekiel.                                             to point out the degree of danger, and, to distinguish
  An inaugural dissertation on puerperal fever.                 one disease from another: with Observations on the
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1804                                  improper indulgence of children, &c. ... 1st American,
Puerperal Infection                                             from the 4th English ed.; 520 p. 22 cm.; First
Austin No. 1441; 30 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--Columbia                 published in London in 1799; CLM, CtY-M, DNLM,
College; NHi, *NNNAM.                                           ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC,
  Reel: 70                                                      NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                   Reel: 70
Oswald, John.
   An experimental inquiry into the phenomena of
suspended animal life, from drowning, hanging, and
the action of noxious airs; together with the most
certain and expeditious mode of recovering animals in
that state.
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Hugh
Maxwell. 1802
Asphyxia; Drowning; Resuscitation
Austin No. 1442; 72 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
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Parkinson, James, 1755-1824.                                        Parkman, George, 1790-1849.
     The town and country friend and physician.                        Remarks on insanity.
Philadelphia, James Humphreys. 1803                                 [Boston]. [1818?]
Health; Medicine                                                    Mental Disorders
Austin No. 1447; or, An affectionate address on the                 Austin No. 1451; 12 p. 21 cm.; Caption title; Separate,
preservation of health, and the removal of disease on               from the New England journal of medicine and
its first appearance; supposed to be delivered by a                 surgery, April, 1818, v. 7, p. 117-129; DLC, DNLM,
country physician to the circle of his friends and                  NNNAM.
patients on his retiring from business: with cursory                   Reel: 71
observations on the treatment of children, &c.
Intended for the promotion of domestic happiness; In                Parmly, Levi Spear, 1790-1859.
two parts ...; viii, 108 p. 15 cm.; "The first part ... is              Lectures on the natural history and management of
nearly a copy of ... 'The villager's friend and                     the teeth.
physician,' and is from the pen of ... Mr. James                    New-York, Published for the author by Kirk and
Parkinson, of London; The second part [p] [78]-108]                 Mercein, Broderick & Ritter, printers. 1820
... chiefly ... consist[s] of a selection of short extracts         Dentistry
from some other late ... publications on the means of               Austin No. 1452; the cause of their decay; the art of
preserving health and prolonging life; also of some                 preventing its accession; and various operations, never
observations and remarks ... to reinforce the precepts              hitherto suggested, for the preservation of such teeth
... in the first part;"--"Advertisement" (unsigned)                 as it is too frequently considered necessary to
dated "Philad. Country, April, 1803."; Parkinson's                  extract...; [7], 6-99, [1] p. 23 cm.; DNLM, IU-M,
work was published in London in 1800; The second                    LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM,
part (here first published?) is fictionally addressed to            NNU-M, PPL, PU.
his friends by the same country physician; CtY-M,                       Reel: 71
DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, PHi, PPC,
PPL, PU.                                                            Parmly, Levi Spear, 1790-1859.
     Reel: 71                                                          A practical guide to the management of the teeth;
                                                                    comprising a discovery of the origin of caries, or
Parkman, George, 1790-1849.                                         decay of the teeth, with its prevention and cure.
   Insanity.                                                        Philadelphia, Published by Collins & Croft, J. R. A.
[Boston]. [1818?]                                                   Skerrett, printer. 1819
Mental Disorders                                                    Dentistry; Tooth Diseases
Austin No. 1448; The following is an Appendix to a                  Austin No. 1453; [11], iv-xix, [21]-198, [9] p. front.
book, presented in manuscript to the Trustees of the                15 cm.; DNLM, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, NNC,
Gen. Hospital more than a year ago, entitled                        NNNAM, OClM, PU.
"Management of Lunatics, ..."; 12 p. 22 cm.; DLC,                      Reel: 71
DNLM, NNNAM.
   Reel: 71                                                         Parr, Bartholomew, 1750-1810.
                                                                       The London medical dictionary.
Parkman, George, 1790-1849.                                         Philadelphia, Published by Mitchell, Ames, and
   Management of lunatics, with illustrations of                    White; William Brown, printer. 1819
insanity.                                                           Dictionaries, Medical
Boston, John Eliot. 1817                                            Austin No. 1454; including, under distinct heads,
Mental Disorders                                                    every branch of medicine, viz. anatomy, physiology,
Austin No. 1449; 36 p. double plan; 19 cm.; DNLM,                   and pathology, the practice of physic and surgery,
MH-M, MWA, NNNAM, OClM.                                             therapeutics, and materia medica; with whatever
   Reel: 71                                                         relates to medicine in natural philosophy, chemistry,
                                                                    and natural history…; 2 v. plates (part fold.); 28 cm.;
Parkman, George, 1790-1849.                                         CLM, CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M,
   Proposals for establishing a retreat for the insane              LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM,
[near Boston] to be conducted by George Parkman.                    NjR, OClM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Boston, John Eliot. 1814                                               Reel: 71
Hospitals, Psychiatric
Austin No. 1450; 12 p. 23 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                    Parrish, Joseph, 1779-1840.
MBM, MWA.                                                              An inaugural dissertation on the influence of the
   Reel: 71                                                         passions upon the body, in the production and cure of
                                                                    diseases.
                                                                    Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Kimber,
                                                                    Conrad, & Co. 1805
                                                                    Emotions
                                                                    Austin No. 1456; 48 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
                                                                    Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,
                                                                    NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
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Parsons, Usher, 1788-1868.                                      Pascalis-Ouvière, Félix, 1750?-1833.
   Sailor's physician, exhibiting the symptoms, causes              A statement of the occurrences during a malignant
and treatment of diseases incident to seamen and                yellow fever, in the city of New-York, in the summer
passengers in merchant vessels, with directions for             and autumnal months of 1819; and of the check given
preserving their health in sickly climates.                     to its progress, by the measures adopted by the Board
Cambridge [Mass.], Hilliard and Metcalf. 1820                   of Health.
Naval Medicine; Scurvy                                          New-York, William A. Mercein. 1819
Austin No. 1457; intended to afford medical advice to           Austin No. 1462; With a list of cases and names of
such persons while at sea, where a physician cannot be          sick persons; and a map of their places of residence
consulted; xii, 204 p. 24 cm.; IEN-M, MBM, MH-M,                within the infected and proscribed limits: with a view
MWA, *NNNAM.                                                    of ascertaining ... whether the distemper was
   Reel: 72                                                     engendered by domestic causes, or communicated by
                                                                human contagion from foreign ports ...; 52 p. fold.
Pascalis-Ouvière, Félix, 1750?-1833.                            map; 24 cm.; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,
   An account of the contagious epidemic yellow                 PU.
fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia in the summer                Reel: 72
and autumn of 1797.
Philadelphia, Snowden & M'Corkle. 1798                          Pattison, Granville Sharp, 1791-1851.
Yellow Fever                                                       An answer to a pamphlet entitled "Strictures on Mr.
Austin No. 1458; comprising the questions of its                Pattison's reply to certain oral and written criticisms,
causes and domestic origin, characters, medical                 by W. Gibson".
treatment, and preventives; viii, 180 p. 23 cm.; Evans          Baltimore, Printed by Richard J. Matchett. 1820
34311; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, (copy                        Blister
imperfect), NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPAmP,                    Austin No. 1463; 52 p. 22 cm.; Gibson's "Strictures on
PPC, PPL, U.                                                    Mr. Pattison's reply" was published in Philadelphia in
   Reel: 72                                                     the same year; DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M,
                                                                OClM, PHi, PPAmP, PPL, PU.
Pascalis-Ouvière, Félix, 1750?-1833.                               Reel: 72
   Annual oration, delivered before the Chemical
Society of Philadelphia, January 31st, 1801.                    Pattison, Granville Sharp, 1791-1851.
Philadelphia, John Bioren. 1802                                     Experimental observations on the operation of
Austin No. 1459; Published by order of the Society ...;         lithotomy.
48 p. 20 cm.; Presents a survey of the contributions of         [Philadelphia, James Webster]. [1820]
chemistry to "philosophical sciences, arts and                  Blister; Prostatic Diseases
manufactures," including (p. 37-46) the medical                 Austin No. 1465; with the description of a fascia of the
sciences; DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA,                         prostate gland, which appears to explain anatomically
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                     the cause of urinal infiltrations, and consequent death;
   Reel: 72                                                     [2], 24 p. illus., 2 plates; 21 cm.; Separate issue, with
                                                                special title page, of an article "written for the
Pascalis-Ouvière, Félix, 1750?-1833.                            American medical recorder [v. 3] ... Jan. 1820.";
   Medico-chymical dissertations on the causes of the           DNLM, ELRCS.
epidemic called yellow fever; and on the best                       Reel: 72
antimonial preparations for the use of medicine.
Philadelphia, Snowden & M'Corkle. 1796                          Pattison, Granville Sharp, 1791-1851.
Yellow Fever                                                       A refutation of certain calumnies published in a
Austin No. 1460; By a physician, practitioner in                pamphlet, entitled, "Correspondence between Mr.
Philadelphia; 41, [1] p. 22 cm.; Evans 30960; Two               Granville Sharp Pattison and Dr. Nathaniel
prize dissertations on questions proposed by the                Chapman".
Medical Society of Connecticut in 1794 and 1795;                Baltimore, J. Robinson. 1820
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPC,                         Austin No. 1466; 64 p. 24 cm.; The previous pamphlet
PPL, RPJCB.                                                     was written by Nathaniel Chapman and published in
   Reel: 72                                                     Philadelphia in the same year; DNLM, MBM, MH-M,
                                                                MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi,
Pascalis-Ouvière, Félix, 1750?-1833.                            PPAmP, PPL, PU.
    Observations and practical remarks on the nature,              Reel: 72
progress and operation of the venereal disease.
[New York]. [1812]
Venereal Diseases
Austin No. 1461; [Pt. 1.]; 10 p. 21 cm.; Also published
in the Medical Repository, 1812, hexade 3. vol. 3. pp.
230-240; Running title: Observations on the venereal
disease; NNNAM.
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Pattison, Granville Sharp, 1791-1851.                            Pemberton, Christopher Robert, 1765-1822.
    A reply to certain oral and written criticisms,                 A practical treatise on various diseases of the
delivered against an essay on lithotomy, published in            abdominal visceria [sic].
the January number of the American medical recorder.             Leicester [Mass.] Published by Geo. A. Trumbull;
Philadelphia [James Webster]. [1820]                             Hori Brown, printer. 1814
Blister                                                          Abdomen
Austin No. 1467; Inserted in the American medical                Austin No. 1472; 1st American ed., corr. and enl.; xi,
recorder for July, 1820; 23 p. 21 cm.; Separate, from v.         [1], 201 p. 2 plates. 22 cm.; First published in London
3, p. 351-371 of the journal; DNLM, PPL, PU.                     in 1806; CtY-M, DNLM (copy lacks plates), MBM.
    Reel: 72                                                        Reel: 72

Pattison, Granville Sharp, 1791-1851.                            Pemberton, Ebenezer, 1704-1779.
   Syllabus of a popular course of lectures on general              A sermon preached at the Presbyterian church in
anatomy and physiology, as illustrative of the natural           the city of New-York, on occasion of the death of John
history of man.                                                  Nicoll, M.D., who departed this life October 2, 1743.
Philadelphia. 1819                                               New-York, James Parker. 1743
Anatomy                                                          Austin No. 1474; 32 p. 19.2 cm.; Evans 5268; DLC,
Austin No. 1468; 13 p. 14 cm.; PPC, *PPAmP.                      *NNNAM.
   Reel: 72                                                         Reel: 72

Peale, Charles Willson, 1741-1827.                               Pendergrast, Garrett Elliott.
   An epistle to a friend, on the means of preserving               A physical and topographical sketch of the
health, promoting happiness; and prolonging the life             Mississippi Territory, lower Louisiana, and a part of
of man to its natural period.                                    West Florida.
Philadelphia, From the press of the late R. Aitken, by           Philadelphia, Printed at the office of the Gazette of the
Jane Aitken. 1803                                                United States. 1803
Health; Longevity                                                Environmental Health
Austin No. 1469; Being a summary view of                         Austin No. 1475; 34 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
inconsiderate and useless habits that derange the                Pennsylvania; "Medical remarks" : p. 29-34; CtY-M,
system of nature, thereby causing premature old age              DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,
and death; With some thoughts on the best means of               PPL.
preventing and overcoming disease ...; 48 p. 20 cm.;                Reel: 72
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL.                                                 Pendleton, James.
   Reel: 72                                                         An essay on the most fundamental principles in the
                                                                 science of medicine, addressed to the Medical Society
Pearson, William, d. 1795.                                       of Philadelphia.
   A dissertation on the mixed fever, delivered June             City of Washington, Samuel Harrison Smith. 1803
30, 1789.                                                        Medicine
[Boston?]. [1789]                                                Austin No. 1476; 12 p. 21 cm.; Republished in an
Fever; Yellow Fever                                              expanded form in Philadelphia in 1804 and 1805
Austin No. 1470; [4], 12 p. 18 cm.; Evans 22049;                 under title: Materials for an alphabet to the science of
Thesis (M. B.)--Harvard; DNLM, MBM, MWA,                         medicine; DNLM.
NNNAM, PPL.                                                         Reel: 72
   Reel: 72
                                                                 Pendleton, James.
Peirce, Charles.                                                    Materials for an alphabet to the science of
   Valuable medicines, just received from Lee and                medicine, embracing an inquiry into the nature of the
Co's Patent and Family Medicine Store, Baltimore,                mind and passions.
and for sale by Charles Peirce.                                  Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1805
[Portsmouth]. [1800]                                             Medicine
Drugs, Non-Prescription                                          Austin No. 1478; Addressed to the Medical Society of
Austin No. 1471; Portsmouth,' New-Hampshire;                     Philadelphia ...; 33 p. 20 cm.; An enlargement of the
Broadside. 51 cm.; MWA.                                          Philadelphia edition published in 1804; DNLM, PPL.
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Pendleton, James.                                               Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes, etc.
   Materials for an alphabet to the science of                      An act for establishing an health office, and to
medicine; embracing an enquiry into the nature of the           secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the
mind and passions.                                              introduction of pestilential and contagious diseases.
Philadelphia, John Bioren. 1804                                 Philadelphia, William Duane. 1803
Medicine                                                        Communicable Diseases; Public Health
Austin No. 1477; Addressed to the Medical Society of            Austin No. 1483; Passed the first day of April, 1803;
Philadelphia ...; 26 p. 21 cm.; A shorter edition was           Published by authority; 29 p. 20 cm.; CtY-M, DLC,
published in Washington in 1803 under title: An essay           DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PHi,
on the most fundamental principles in the science of            PPAmP, PU.
medicine; DNLM, MWA, PPAmP, PPL.                                    Reel: 72
   Reel: 72
                                                                Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes, etc.
Penington, John, 1768-1793.                                         An act for establishing an health office, and to
   An inaugural dissertation, on the phoenomena,                secure the city and port of Philadelphia, from the
causes and effects of fermentation.                             introduction of pestilential and contagious fevers.
Philadelphia, Johseph James. 1790                               Philadelphia, William Duane. 1806
Fermentation                                                    Austin No. 1484; 35 p. 8vo.; PPL.
Austin No. 1479; 30 p. 20 cm.; Evans 22758;                         Reel: 72
Thesis--College of Philadelphia; Errata slip mounted
on flyleaf at end; DNLM, MWA, MnSRM, NHi,                       Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes, etc.
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                              An act for establishing an health-office, for
   Reel: 72                                                     otherwise securing the city and port of Philadelphia
                                                                from the introduction of pestilential and contagious
Pennsylvania (Colony). General Assembly.                        diseases, and for regulating the importation of German
   A message to the Governor from the Assembly.                 and other passengers.
[Philadelphia, B. Franklin]. [1742]                             [Philadelphia, Hall and Sellers]. [1794]
Physicians                                                      Communicable Diseases; Public Health
Austin No. 1480; [About the power to appoint a doctor           Austin No. 1481; 33 p. 21 cm.; Evans 27474; Caption
to visit unhealthy vessels]; 4 p. fol.; Evans 5034; At          title; Imprint from Evans; Dated at end April 22, 1794;
end: signed by order of the House, John Kinsey,                 DNLM.
Speaker; 27th of the 3d mo. 1742; MWA, PHi.                         Reel: 72
   Reel: 72
                                                                Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes, etc.
Pennsylvania. Laws, statues, etc.                                  An act to regulate the practice of physic and
    An act for establishing an health-office, for               surgery within this Common-wealth and for other
securing the city and port of Philadelphia, from the            purposes therein mentioned.
introduction of pestilential and contagious diseases.           Philadelphia, T. Bradford. [1794]
Philadelphia, Printed at the office of the "True                Legislation, Medical
American". 1799                                                 Austin No. 1487; In General Assembly, Monday,
Communicable Diseases; Public Health                            March 24, 1794; [1]-4 p.; Imprint from p. 4
Austin No. 1482; 28 p. 20 cm.; Evans 36056; Dated at            (misnumbered 10); PPC.
end April 11, 1799; DNLM, MWA, PHi, PPAmP.                         Reel: 72
    Reel: 72
                                                                Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes, etc.
Pennsylvania. Laws, statutes, etc.                                 A compilation of the health-laws of the State of
    An act for establishing a health office, and to             Pennsylvania.
secure the city and port of Philadelphia from the               Philadelphia, Zachariah Poulson, Junior. 1798
introduction of pestilential & contagious diseases, and         Legislation, Medical
for other purposes.                                             Austin No. 1486; 56 p. 21 cm.; Evans 34324; Laws
Philadelphia, Printed for the Board of Health, by John          dated 1794-1798, mainly concerning the
Bioren. 1818                                                    establishment of the Philadelphia Health Office and
Communicable Diseases; Public Health                            the Board of Managers of the Marine and City
Austin No. 1485; Passed January 29, 1818; 32 p. 21              Hospitals; DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NHi,
cm.; *NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP.                                        NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
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Pennsylvania. Secretary of the Commonwealth.                    Perkins, Elisha, 1741-1799.
   Letter from the Secretary of the Commonwealth of                 Evidences of the efficacy of Doctor Perkins's
Pennsylvania, by direction of the Governor, relative to         patent metallic instruments.
the late malignant fever; and report of the Board of            New-London [Conn.] S. Green's Press. [1797]
Managers, of the Marine and City Hospitals, in reply.           Therapeutics
Philadelphia, Thomas and Samuel F. Bradford. 1798               Austin No. 1494; 32 p. 23 cm.; Two different
Yellow Fever                                                    printings, of which Evans records only one (32668)
Austin No. 1489; 16 p. 20 cm.; Evans 34332; CtY-M,              appeared with the same title, imprint, and collation :
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP, PPC,                          and with the statement "To the public" signed: Elisha
RPJCB.                                                          Perkins; Plainfield, January 2, 1797; The present
   Reel: 72                                                     edition, probably prior, has the title in roman and
                                                                black letter; the caption for a letter on p. 7 reads: Gen.
Perkins, Cyrus, 1778-1849.                                      Ellhu Marvin, fellow of the Connecticut Medical
   An inaugural dissertation on fever.                          Convention: and the letter of Rev. Dr. Jedidiah Morse,
Boston, E. Lincoln. 1802                                        p. 12-13, is not dated.; Consists of testimonials, some
Fever; Yellow Fever                                             of which were published in 1796 under title:
Austin No. 1490; 34 p. 21 cm.; Thesis (B.                       Certificates of the efficacy of Doctor Perkins's patent
M.)--Dartmouth College; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, MBM,                  metallic instruments.; Includes "Extracts from letters
MWA, NNNAM, NNU-M.                                              to the author" (p. [3]-15) "Certificates" (p. 16-31) and
   Reel: 72                                                     "List of the names and places of abode of some who
                                                                have the transfers and patent instruments for sale" (p.
Perkins, Elijah, 1767-1806.                                     31-32).; CtY-M, DNLM (copy imperfect), MBM,
   An inaugural dissertation on universal dropsy.               MWA, MuSRM, NHi, NNNAM, NNS, PPL;
[Philadelphia] Peter Stewart. 1791                              Libraries listed may have either or both printings (see
Edema                                                           next entry).
Austin No. 1491; 43, [1] p. 21 cm.; Evans 23691;                    Reel: 73
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ,                         Perkins, Elisha, 1741-1799.
PPL.                                                                 Evidences of the efficacy of Doctor Perkins's
   Reel: 72                                                     patent metallic instruments.
                                                                Philadelphia, Richard Folwell. [1797]
Perkins, Elisha, 1741-1799.                                     Therapeutics
    Certificates of the efficacy of Doctor Perkins's            Austin No. 1496; 36 p. 18 cm.; Evans 32670; A
patent metallic instruments.                                    revision and enlargement of the edition with preface
Newburyport [Mass.] Edmund M. Blunt. [1796]                     dated January 2, 1797, published in New London,
Therapeutics                                                    Conn.; The author's statement "To the public," dated
Austin No. 1492; 24 p. 24 cm.; This edition                     Plainfield, June, 1797, has been rewritten; and new
corresponds with Evans 32669, except that Evans                 testimonials have been added; The "List of the names
gives the first word of the title as "Evidences" and            ... of some who have the transfers and patent
supplies the imprint date 1797; Catalogs of three other         instruments for sale" is omitted; Includes (p. 32-33)
libraries in which he locates copies list no editions           the "resolves" of the Medical Society of Connecticut
which correspond with the Evans entry, but do list              in May, 1796, censuring the author's practice, and in
editions which correspond with the present National             May, 1797, voting his expulsion from the Society; "A
Library of Medicine copies; Statement "To the public"           useful treatment for the dysentery, and scarlatina
signed: Elisha Perkins; Plainfield, October, 1796;              anginosa or canker rash" : p. 34-35; CtY-M, DLC,
Includes "Extracts from letters" (p. 19-23) and several         DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPL, RPJCB,
certificates not in the edition dated August 12, 1796,          RPM.
published in New London, Conn.; "List of the names                   Reel: 73
and places of abode of some who have the transfers
and patent instruments for sale": p. 23-24; DNLM,
MBM, MdBJ-W, PPL, RPM.
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Perkins, Elisha, 1741-1799.                                        Philadelphia (Pa.). Almshouse.
    ... To all people to whom these presents shall come,               Rules and regulations for the internal government
greeting.                                                          of the Almshouse and House of Employment.
[Philadelphia?]. [1796?]                                           Philadelphia, Thomas T. Stiles. 1816
Therapeutics                                                       Medical Indigency
Austin No. 1498; Broadside. 31 x 17 cm.; At head of                Austin No. 1502; 28 p. 8 vo.; PPL.
title: No. [in manuscript] 4497; A license form, dated                 Reel: 73
179-, granting to a practitioner the right to use Perkins'
metallic tractors; Signed in manuscript by Elisha                  Philadelphia (Pa.). Baptist Church.
Perkins and by "Benja. D. Perkins" as witness; The                    An account of the burials and baptized in the
form includes a copy of Perkins' letters patent, dated             Baptist Church, in Philadelphia, from December 25,
Feb. 19, 1796, with a description of "a new and                    1766, to December 25, 1767.
expeditious method of removing pains and                           [Philadelphia]. [1767]
inflammations from the human body by the                           Mortality; Vital Statistics; Yellow Fever
application of metallic substances."; DNLM                         Austin No. 1503; By Samuel Burkloe, sexton;
(photocopy), MBM, NNNAM, PPL.                                      Broadside. folio; No more published?; PPL.
    Reel: 73                                                          Reel: 73

Pfeiffer, George, 1769-1804.                                       Philadelphia (Pa.). Christ Church.
   An inaugural dissertation on the gout.                             An account of the births and burials in
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1791                                      Christ-Church Parish, in Philadelphia, from December
Gout                                                               24, 1736, to [December 25, 1766].
Austin No. 1499; 50 p. 20 cm.; Evans 23693;                        Philadelphia, B. Franklin [etc.]. [1737-66]
Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DLC, DNLM,                        Birth Certificates; Mortality
MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                              Austin No. 1505; Broadsides. folio; Apparently issued
   Reel: 73                                                        annually; 1730 edition without printer's name; 1747
                                                                   issued by B. Franklin and D. Hall; 1766 by D. Hall and
The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America.                 W. Sellers; A variant printing of 1766 perhaps by
Boston, Printed by Wells and Lilly for Charles Ewer.               Anthony Armbruster; 1736 edition by Charles
1820                                                               Hughes, sexton; 1746-1766 by Caleb Cash, clerk, and
Pharmacopoeias                                                     Charles Hughes (and others) sexton; PPL.
Austin No. 1500; 1820; By the authority of the                        Reel: 73
medical societies and colleges; 272 p. 22 cm.;
Variously called the American pharmacopeia, the                    Philadelphia (Pa.). Christ Church and St. Peter's.
National pharmacopoeia, and the United States                         An account of the births and burials in the United
pharmacopoeia; Main text in Latin and English on                   Churches of Christ Church and St. Peter's, in
opposite pages; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                            Philadelphia, from December 25, 1766, to [December
IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,                               25, 1808].
MnSRM, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, PPHa, PPJ, PPJ,                       [Philadelphia] D. Hall and W. Sellers [etc.].
PPL, PU, ScCM.                                                     [1767-1808]
   Reel: 73                                                        Birth Certificates; Mortality; Vital Statistics
                                                                   Austin No. 1506; Broadsides; folio; Apparently issued
Phelps, Henry, 1766-1852.                                          annually; 1793-1808 editions have title: Mortality; By
   Directions for the medicine chest.                              the clerk and sexton (Caleb Cash, James Weyley, and
Printed by Thomas C. Cushing, Salem. 1804                          others); PPL.
Drugs                                                                 Reel: 73
Austin No. 1501; Medicine chests carefully put up,
with suitable directions, by H. Phelps, Fore-street,               Philadelphia (Pa.). Christ Church, St. Peter's and
Gloucester; 18 p. 16 cm.; MWA.                                     St. James.
   Reel: 73                                                           Mortality.
                                                                   [Philadelphia]. [1809-1812?]
Philadelphia (Pa.). Board of Health.                               Mortality
   The following extracts from the laws and                        Austin No. 1507; An account of the baptisms and
regulations established by the Board of Health, for                burials, of the United Churches of Christ Church, St.
repreventing the introduction of pestilential and                  Peter, and St. James. By the clerks and sextons... Also,
contagious diseases into the city of Philadelphia, are             an abstract of the baptisms and burials of the various
published for the information of all concerned.                    congregations in the city and suburbs of Philadelphia,
[Philadelphia]. [1795]                                             from December 25, 1808, to [December 25, 1812];
Legislation, Medical; Public Health                                Broadsides. folio; Apparently issued annually; No
Austin No. 1504; Broadside. 29 x 16.5 cm.; Evans                   more published?; PPL.
29304; PHi.                                                           Reel: 73
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Philadelphia (Pa.). Churches.                                    Philadelphia (Pa.). Dispensary.
   An account of the baptisms and burials in all the                Plan of the Philadelphia Dispensary for the
churches and meetings in Philadelphia.                           Medical Relief of the Poor.
[Philadelphia, Robert Aitken]. [1775]                            [Philadelphia]. [1787]
Mortality; Vital Statistics                                      Medical Indigency
Austin No. 1508; From Dec. 25, 1774, to Dec. 25,                 Austin No. 1513; 8 p. 8vo.; Evans 19917 (dated
1775; Broadside. 4to; No more published?; PPL.                   [1786]); NNNAM, PPAmP, *PPL.
   Reel: 73                                                         Reel: 73

Philadelphia (Pa.). Committee for Relieving the                  Philadelphia (Pa.). Dispensary.
Sick and Distressed.                                                To the attending physician of the Philadelphia
    Minutes of the proceedings of the committee                  Dispensary.
appointed on the 14th September, 1793, by the citizens           [Philadelphia]. [1797]
of Philadelphia, the Northern Liberties, and the                 Medical Indigency
District of Southwark to attend to and alleviate the             Austin No. 1514; I recommend ... to the care of the
sufferings of the afflicted with the malignant fever             Dispensary, believing ... to be a proper object of this
prevalent in the city and its vicinity.                          charity; [Includes 6 rules to be observed by the
Philadelphia, Printed by R. Aitken & Son, and sold by            patients]; Broadside. 15.5 x 20 cm.; PU.
J. Crukshank [etc.]. 1794                                           Reel: 73
Austin No. 1509; with an appendix; [2], 223 (i.e. 218)
p. 4 fold tables. 22 cm.; Evans 27501; "58th                     Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.
Pennsylvania District Copyright, issued to Matthew                  An account of the rise, progress, & present state, of
Clarkson [mayor of Philadelphia], Caleb Lownes and               the Pennsylvania Hospital.
John Connelly [members of the Committee], as                     Philadelphia, Robert Carr. 1801
proprietors, 7 March, 1794."; "The original                      Austin No. 1525; December 12, 1801; 8 p. 18 cm.;
manuscript ... in Caleb Lownes' hand is in the Library           DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNS, PHi, (credits
Company of Philadelphia."--Powell, J. H. Bring out               authorship to Samuel Coates), PPAmP, PPL, PU.
your dead; 1940, p. 288; Lownes served as secretary                 Reel: 73
of the Committee; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M,
MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                           Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.
PU, RPJCB.                                                          The memorial and petition of the managers of the
    Reel: 73                                                     Pennsylvania Hospital.
                                                                 Philadelphia, Printed by Z. Poulson, jun. December
Philadelphia (Pa.). Dispensary.                                  17, 1799
    Account of the design, origin, and present state of          Hospitals
the Philadelphia Dispensary.                                     Austin No. 1530; To the Senate and House of
Philadelphia, Kimber, Conrad, & Co. 1805                         Representatives of the Commonwealth of
Medical Indigency                                                Pennsylvania; 7 p. 34 cm.; Imprint at head of title;
Austin No. 1510; 8 p. 16 cm.; Published by direction             NHi, *MWA.
of the Board of Managers and signed (p. 8): William                 Reel: 73
White, president; DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,
PPL.                                                             Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.
    Reel: 73                                                        The memorial of the managers of the Pennsylvania
                                                                 Hospital, respectfully sheweth, That, in the...year
Philadelphia (Pa.). Dispensary.                                  1751, a plan was presented...for a public hospital.
   An account of the Philadelphia Dispensary,                    [Philadelphia]. [1797]
instituted for the medical relief of the poor, April 12,         Hospitals
1786.                                                            Austin No. 1528; The managers therefore, in behalf of
Philadelphia, Budd & Bartram. 1802                               the contributors, apply for six thousand and
Medical Indigency                                                seventy-eight pounds, to finish the House; 2 p. folio;
Austin No. 1511; 20 p. 20 cm.; Published by order of             At head of title: To the Senate and House of
the Board of Managers and signed (p. 19): William                Representatives, of the Commonwealth of
White, president; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, PPAmP,                       Pennsylvania; Signed at end: Samuel Coates,
PPC, PPL.                                                        secretary, Josiah Hewes, president; PPL.
   Reel: 73                                                         Reel: 73

Philadelphia (Pa.). Dispensary.
   A comparative view of the natural small-pox,
inoculated small-pox, and vaccination.
Philadelphia, Jane Aitken. [1803]
Smallpox; Smallpox Vaccine
Austin No. 1512; 1 leaf. 40 cm.; *NNNAM, PPL.
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Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.                      Philadelphia Medical Society.
    Report.                                                         The Act of incorporation and Laws of the
[Philadelphia] John Fenno. [1797]                               Philadelphia Medical Society.
Hospitals                                                       Philadelphia, H. Maxwell. 1804
Austin No. 1526; The committee, appointed to prepare            Societies, Medical
an account of the monies received from the                      Austin No. 1521; Arranged and copied by order of the
Legislature of Pennsylvania, towards erecting                   Society, February, 1800; 20 p. 19 cm.; The Laws (p.
additional buildings to the Pennsylvania Hospital, and          [9]-20) have half title: The Constitution and Laws for
finishing the same, and of the expenditures of the said         the government of the Medical Society of Philadelphia
buildings; Samuel Coates, Secretary; [Colophon];                ... 1804; They vary in some details from those printed
Broadside; folio; Evans 32680; MWA.                             in the 1800 edition; DLC, DNLM, MBM, NNNAM,
    Reel: 73                                                    PPAmP, PU.
                                                                     Reel: 73
Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.
   State of the accounts of the Pennsylvania Hospital,          Philadelphia Medical Society.
founded by charter for the lunatics and sick poor of               The Act of incorporation and Laws of the
Pennsylvania.                                                   Philadelphia Medical Society.
[Philadelphia] A. Bartham. [1806]                               Philadelphia, Stephen C. Ustick. 1797
Hospitals                                                       Societies, Medical
Austin No. 1529; being a summary of the receipts and            Austin No. 1519; Arranged and copied by order of the
payments for the year ending 4th month 26th, 1806;              Society, February 14th, 1797; 18 p. 20.2 cm.; Evans
Broadside. 56 x 45 cm.; CtY-M.                                  32681; List of members pp. 15-18; *NHi, PPAmP.
   Reel: 73                                                        Reel: 73

Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.                      Philadelphia Medical Society.
Library.                                                           Act of incorporation, and Laws of the Philadelphia
    A catalogue of the books belonging to the medical           Medical Society.
library in the Pennsylvania Hospital.                           Philadelphia. 1793
Philadelphia, Printed by Zachariah Poulson, Junior.             Societies, Medical
1790                                                            Austin No. 1518; 16 p. 8vo.; Evans 25996; LNT-M,
Bibliography of Medicine                                        *PPAmP.
Austin No. 1531; to which are prefixed the rules to be             Reel: 73
observed in the use of them; 35 p. 8vo.; Evans 22795;
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPL, *RPJCB.                                      Philadelphia Medical Society (Founded 1789).
    Reel: 73                                                       The Act of incorporation and Laws of the
                                                                Philadelphia Medical Society.
Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.                      Philadelphia, Peter K. Wagner. 1806
Library.                                                        Societies, Medical
    A catalogue of the books belonging to the medical           Austin No. 1522; Arranged and copied by order of the
library in the Pennsylvania Hospital.                           Society, February, 1800; 20 p. 18 cm.; "The
Philadelphia, Zachariah Poulson, Junior. 1790 [i.e.             Constitution and Laws" (p. [9]-20) are dated 1804 but
1794]                                                           vary in some details from those printed in the 1804
Bibliography of Medicine; Pharmacy                              edition; DNLM.
Austin No. 1532; to which are prefixed, the rules to be            Reel: 73
observed in the use of them; 78 p. 20 cm.; Evans
27510; Apparently a reissue of the Catalogue of 1790            Philadelphia Medical Society (Founded 1789).
(35 p.) with additions to 1794; DLC, DNLM, NHi,                    The Act of incorporation and Laws of the
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                                     Philadelphia Medical Society.
    Reel: 73                                                    Philadelphia, Thos. & Wm. Bradford. 1817
                                                                Societies, Medical
Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.                      Austin No. 1524; Published by order of the Society,
Library.                                                        February, 1817; 20 p. 18 cm.; "The Constitution and
   A catalogue of the medical library, belonging to the         Laws" (p. [9]-20) are dated 1817; DNLM, PU.
Pennsylvania Hospital.                                             Reel: 73
Philadelphia, Printed for the Hospital, by Archibald
Bartram. 1806
Pharmacy
Austin No. 1533; exhibiting the names of authors and
editors, in alphabetical order, and an arrangement of
them under distinct heads; Also, a list of articles
contained in the anatomical museum; and the rules of
the museum, and of the library; 127 p. 22 cm.; DLC,
DNLM, MH-M, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
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                                           Reel Listing

Philadelphia (Pa.). Pennsylvania Hospital.                       Philander Misiatrus, pseud.
Library.                                                            The honour of the gout.
    A catalogue of the medical library, belonging to the         London printed; Re-printed by B. Franklin in
Pennsylvania Hospital.                                           Philadelphia. 1732
Philadelphia, Printed for the Hospital, By James P.              Gout
Parke. 1818                                                      Austin No. 1539; or, A rational discourse,
Austin No. 1534; exhibiting the names of authors and             demonstrating that the gout is one of the greatest
editors in alphabetical order; with an index of the              blessings that the gout is one of the greatest blessings
subjects of the books, taken principally from the most           which can befal mortal man… By Philander
striking words in the titles; also, some additional              Misiatrus; 65, [5] p. 12mo.; Evans 3574; PHi.
regulations relative to the library; Part II; 108 p. 22             Reel: 74
cm.; Caption title: An alphabetical catalogue, of the
books ... which have been added since February, 1806;            The Philanthropist: or, Institutions of benevolence.
Supplements the catalogue published in 1806 without              Philadelphia, Published by Isaac Peirce, Printed by R.
part designation; DNLM, LNT-M, MH-M, NNNAM,                      & W. Carr. 1813
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                             Medical Indigency
    Reel: 74                                                     Austin No. 1540; By a Pennsylvanian..; 99 p. 20 cm.;
                                                                 DLC, DNLM.
Philadelphia (Pa.). Second Presbyterian Church.                     Reel: 74
   An account of the burials of the Second
Presbyterian Church, in Philadelphia, from December              Philip, Alexander Philips Wilson, 1770-1847.
25, 1766, to [December 25, 1768].                                   An experimental inquiry into the laws of the vital
[Philadelphia]. [1767-68]                                        functions, with some observations on the nature and
Alcoholism; Mortality; Vital Statistics                          treatment of internal diseases.
Austin No. 1536; By Adam Hope, sexton;                           Philadelphia, Edward & Richard Parker; J. R. A.
Broadsides. folio; No more published?; PPL.                      Skerrett, printer. 1818
   Reel: 74                                                      Medicine
                                                                 Austin No. 1541; xii, 335 p. 22 cm.; CU-M, *DLC,
Philadelphia (Pa.). Southern Dispensary for the                  ICJ, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
Medical Relief of the Poor.                                      MdU-D, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU.
   The origin, rules, and regulations of the…                       Reel: 74
Instituted August 26, 1816.
[Philadelphia] William Fry. [1816]                               Philip, Alexander Philips Wilson, 1770-1847.
Alcoholism                                                           A treatise on febrile diseases, intermitting,
Austin No. 1537; With a list of contributors,                    remitting, and continued fevers; eruptive fevers;
managers, and officers; and the annual report for                inflammations; hemorrhagies; and the profluvia.
1816; 11 p. 18 cm.; MWA.                                         Hartford, Published and sold by Oliver D. Cooke, sold
   Reel: 74                                                      also by Johnson and Warner, Philadelphia; [etc., etc.]
                                                                 Lincoln & Gleason, printers. 1809
Philadelphia (Pa.). St. Paul's Church.                           Fever; Inflammation; Opium; Tobacco
   An account of the births and burials in St. Paul's            Austin No. 1542; in which an attempt is made to
Church, in Philadelphia, from December 25, 1771, to              present ... whatever ... it is requisite for the physician
[December 25, 1774].                                             to know, respecting the symptoms, causes, and cure of
[Philadelphia]. [1772-1774]                                      those diseases; with experimental essays, on certain
Alcoholism; Birth Certificates; Vital Statistics                 febrile symptoms, on the nature of inflammation, and
Austin No. 1535; By Alexander Hall, clerk, and James             on the manner on [sic] which opium and tobacco act
Harris, sexton; Broadsides; folio; Apparently issued             on the living animal body... 1st American from the 2d
annually; No more published?; PPL.                               English ed.; Five volumes comprised in two; 2v. plate.
   Reel: 74                                                      24 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM,
                                                                 MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS (vol. 2).
Philadelphia Vaccine Society.                                        Reel: 74
   Constitution of the Vaccine Society of
Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, W. Brown. 1813
Vaccination
Austin No. 1538; Published by direction of the
Society; 7 p. 21 cm.; Caption title: Constitution of the
Philadelphia Vaccine Society; Account of the
activities of the society, 1809-1812: p. [3]-5; DNLM,
PPAmP, PPC.
   Reel: 74




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Philip, Alexander Philips Wilson, 1770-1847.                      Plummer, Jonathan, jr.
    A treatise on febrile diseases, including the various            The awful malignant fever at Newburyport, in the
species of fever, and all diseases attended with fever.           year 1796.
Hartford, Published and sold by Cooke & Hale, sold                [Newburyport] Printed for and sold by the author.
also by Cummings & Hilliard, Boston; [etc., etc.]                 [1796]
printed by Benjamin L. Hamlen. 1816                               Yellow Fever
Fever                                                             Austin No. 1548; [cuts of forty-four coffins] An
Austin No. 1543; With notes and additions, by Nathan              elegiac epistle to the mourners, on the death of
Smith ... The 2d American, from the 3d London ed.; 2              forty-four persons, who died of a malignant fever in
v. front. (v. 2) 23 cm.; In imprint of v. 2: B. & J.              Newburyport and the adjacent towns, in the summer
Russell, printers; CLM, (vol. 2) CtY-M, DLC,                      and autumn of the year 1796 ... together with a short
DNLM, ICJ (vol. 2), IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M,                      account of that alarming disorder; Broadside. folio;
MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM,                             Evans 31018; DLC, *MWA, NHi, NNNAM
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                     (photocopy).
    Reel: 75                                                         Reel: 75
A Physical enquiry into the origin and causes of the              Pope, John.
pestilential fevers.                                                  Cancers.
New-York, Printed by J. Tiebout, for Thomas B.                    [Boston]. [1793]
Jansen. 1798                                                      Neoplasms
Communicable Diseases                                             Austin No. 1550; The following is a small specimen of
Austin No. 1544; 32 p. 21.5 cm.; Evans 34377; DLC,                what is likely will soon be exhibited to the public view
NHi, *NNNAM.                                                      of the like kind done within twenty-six years past;
   Reel: 75                                                       Broadside. 28.5 cm.; Evans 26021; At end: N. B. Said
                                                                  Pope now lives in Boston, No. 42, Cornhill ... Feb. 6,
Physico-Medical Society of New York.                              1793; MHi.
  Constitution and by-laws.                                           Reel: 75
New York, Collins & Co. 1817
Societies, Medical                                                Pope, John.
Austin No. 1545; 14 p. 23 cm.; NNC, *NNNAM.                          Certificates of cures in cancerous cases, performed
  Reel: 75                                                        by John Pope, of Providence, in the State of
                                                                  Rhode-Island, &c.
[Plain Truth] pseud.                                              Providence, Bennett Wheeler. 1800
    A view of the absurd practice, in the yellow, or              Neoplasms
bilious fever, addressed to the inhabitants of                    Austin No. 1551; 38 p. 15 cm.; RPB.
Philadelphia.                                                        Reel: 75
Printed by John Bioren, for the author. 1803
Austin No. 1547; 16 p. 16mo.; Signed at end: Plain                Porter, Eliphalet, 1758-1833.
Truth; PHi.                                                           A discourse delivered before the Humane Society
    Reel: 75                                                      of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their
                                                                  semi-annual meeting, June 8, 1802.
Plummer, Jonathan.                                                Boston, Hosea Sprague. 1802
   The dreadful earthquake and the fatal spotted fever.           Austin No. 1552; 46 p. 23 cm.; ICJ, MBM, *NNNAM.
[Newburyport?] the author. [1812]                                     Reel: 75
Diptheria; Disasters
Austin No. 1549; A funeral sermon ... the death of an             Post, Joel and Jotham, firm, New York.
hundred and fifty killed in New-Hampshire it is                      A catalogue of drugs, medicines & chemicals, sold
expected in the same year, by the spotted fever;                  wholesale & retail, by Joel & Jotham Post, druggists.
Broadside. 49 x 30.6 cm.; NNNAM.                                  New-York, William A. Davis. 1804
   Reel: 75                                                       Drugs
                                                                  Austin No. 1553; 40 p. 21 cm.; DLC, DNLM
                                                                  (microfilm copy).
                                                                     Reel: 75

                                                                  Post, Joel and Jotham, firm, New York.
                                                                     Directions for medicine chest, prepared by Joel &
                                                                  Jotham Post, druggists.
                                                                  New-York, William A. Davis. 1804
                                                                  Drugs
                                                                  Austin No. 1554; 16 p. 17 cm.; DLC, DNLM (copy
                                                                  lacks title page).
                                                                     Reel: 75




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                            Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
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Post, Jotham, 1771-1817.                                         Potter, Nathaniel, 1770-1843.
   An inaugural dissertation, to disprove the existence             Proposals for printing by subscription the
of muscular fibres in the vessels.                               Baltimore Medical Lycaeum.
New-York. T. and J. Swords. 1793                                 [Baltimore]. [1811]
Blood Vessels                                                    Printing
Austin No. 1555; 29 p. 21 cm.; Evans 26028;                      Austin No. 1560; Broadside. folio; PPL.
Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, MWA,                           Reel: 76
MnSRM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, PPC, PPL.
   Reel: 75                                                      Potts, Jonathan, 1745-1781.
                                                                    Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de febribus
Pott, Percivall, 1713-1788.                                      intermittentibus, potentissimum [sic] tertianis.
    The chirurgical works of Percivall Pott ... with his         Philadelphiae, Typis Johannis Dunlap. 1771
last corrections.                                                Malaria
Philadelphia, Published by James Webster; William                Austin No. 1561; vii, 37 p. 18 cm.; Evans 12204;
Brown, printer. 1819                                             Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DNLM (copy
Surgery                                                          imperfect), NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,
Austin No. 1556; To which is added, A short account              ScMS.
of the life of the author, a method of curing the                   Reel: 76
hydrocele by injection; And occasional notes and
observations; By Sir James Earle ... First American,             Prescott, Oliver, 1762-1827.
from the last London edition..; 2 v. 14 plates (part                A dissertation on the natural history and medicinal
fold.) 23 cm.; Each work has special half-title page;            effects of the Secale cornutum, or ergot.
CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM,                        [Boston]. [1813]
MWA, MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, NjR, OClM, PPC,                          Plants, Medicinal
PPJ, PU, ScCM.                                                   Austin No. 1562; Read at the annual meeting, June 2,
    Reel: 75                                                     1813 [of the Massachusetts Medical Society]; 16 p.
                                                                 fold. plate. 24 cm.; Caption title; DNLM, MWA,
Potter, James.                                                   NNNAM.
    An oration, on the rise and progress of physic in               Reel: 76
America: pronounced before the first medical society
in the thirteen United States of America, since their            Price, Thomas D.
independence, at their convention held at Sharon, on                An inaugural dissertation on the Magnolia glauca,
the last day of February, 1780.                                  or common white laurel-tree.
Hartford, Hudson and Goodwin. 1781                               Philadelphia, Printed for the author by James
Medicine                                                         Humphrey. 1802
Austin No. 1557; 16 p. 18.5 cm.; Evans 17315;                    Plants, Medicinal
*MBM, NNNAM (photocopy).                                         Austin No. 1564; 40 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
    Reel: 76                                                     Pennsylvania; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
                                                                 PPAmP, PPL, PU.
Potter, Nathaniel, 1770-1843.                                       Reel: 76
   An essay on the medicinal properties and
deleterious qualities of arsenic.                                Pringle, Sir John, bart., 1707-1782.
Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1796                             Observations on the diseases of the army.
Arsenic                                                          Philadelphia, Published by Edward Earle; [etc., etc.]
Austin No. 1558; [6], 64 p. 20 cm.; Evans 31031;                 Fry and Kammerer, printers. 1810
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                   Military Medicine
MBM, NNNAM, PPC, PU.                                             Austin No. 1565; First American ed.; With notes, by
   Reel: 76                                                      Benjamin Rush ...; xlvii, 411 p. 22 cm.; CU-M,
                                                                 CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
Potter, Nathaniel, 1770-1843.                                    MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPC, PPJ,
   A memoir on contagion, more especially as it                  PPL, PU.
respects the yellow fever.                                          Reel: 76
Baltimore, Published by Edward J. Coale; Benjamin
Edes, printer. 1818                                              Prioleau, Philip Gendron, d. 1844.
Yellow Fever                                                        An inaugural dissertation on the use of the nitric
Austin No. 1559; read in convention of the Medical               and oxigenated muriatic acids, in some diseases.
and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland, on the 3d of                Philadelphia, John Bioren. 1798
June, 1817; [2], iv, [3]-117, [1] p. 23 cm.; DLC,                Hydrochloric Acid; Nitrites
DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,                               Austin No. 1567; 72 p. 19 cm.; Evans 34418;
MdU-D, NHi, NNNAM, PP, PPAmP, PPC.                               Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,
   Reel: 76                                                      DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
                                                                 PU, RPJCB, ScCM.
                                                                    Reel: 76



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                             Early American Medical Imprints, 1668-1820
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Prior, Thomas, 1682?-1751.                                         Quackenbos, Nicholas John, 1781-1847.
     The authentick narrative of the success of tar water,            An inaugural dissertation, in which, by an
in curing a great number and variety of distempers.                induction of facts from dysentery, the Mitchillian
London, Printed 1746; Boston: N.E. re-printed and                  doctrine of pestilential fluids is illustrated.
sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-street. 1749                     New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1802
Mineral Waters                                                     Dysentery
Austin No. 1568; To which are subjoined, two letters               Austin No. 1575; 39 p. 19 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
... shewing the medicinal properties of tar water, and             College; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNC,
the best manner of making it; 80 p. 18.5 cm.; Evans                NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PPL, PU.
6409; MBM, MWA, NHi, *NNNAM.                                          Reel: 76
     Reel: 76
                                                                   Quincy, John, d. 1722.
Proudfit, James.                                                      Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum improved.
   Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de pleuritide vera.             New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1802
Philadelphiae, Apud Robertum Aitken & Filium. 1790                 Dictionaries, Medical
Pleurisy                                                           Austin No. 1577; or, A dictionary of the terms
Austin No. 1571; quam ... eruditorum examini subjicit              employed in medicine, and in such departments of
Jacobus Proudfit; [7], 6-29 p. 22 cm.; Evans 22823                 chemistry, natural philosophy, literature, and the arts,
(Impensis R. Aitken et fil); Thesis--College of                    as are connected therewith; From the 11th London
Philadelphia; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MnSRM, PHi,                          edition; With many amendments and additions,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                         expressive of discoveries lately made in Europe and
   Reel: 76                                                        America ...; iv, 646 p. 23 cm.; A revised edition was
                                                                   published by the same publisher in 1811 under title:
Providence (R.I.). Town Council.                                   The American medical lexicon; DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
   At a town-council ... second day of August ... 1799.            IEN-M, LNT-M, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM,
[Providence]. [1799]                                               OClM, PPC, PPJ.
Smallpox Vaccine                                                      Reel: 77
Austin No. 1572; It is voted and resolved, that three
hundred copies of the first five sections of the Act,              [Quincy, John] d. 1722.
entitled, "An Act to prevent the spreading of the                     The American medical lexicon, on the plan of
small-pox, and other contagious sickness in this                   Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum.
State", be printed ...; Broadside. fol.; Evans 36180;              New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1811
RPJCB.                                                             Dictionaries, Medical
   Reel: 76                                                        Austin No. 1576; with many retrenchments, additions,
                                                                   and improvements; comprising an explanation of the
Pugh, Whitmell Hill.                                               etymology and signification of the terms used in
   An inaugural essay on the supposed powers of                    anatomy, physiology, surgery, materia medica,
nature in the cure of disease.                                     chemistry, and the practice of physic; Compiled from
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by Hugh Maxwell.              the most approved authorities; iv, [588], 28 (i.e. 30) p.
1804                                                               22 cm.; Apparently a revision of the same publisher's
Naturopathy                                                        1802 edition of Quincy's Lexicon physico-medicum;
Austin No. 1573; 30 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of               CLM, CU-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM,                        MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.
MWA, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                 Reel: 77
   Reel: 76
                                                                   Raffeneau-Delile, Alire, 1778-1850.
Purnell, William.                                                     An inaugural dissertation on pulmonary
   An essay on the connexion of life with respiration              consumption.
in new-born animals, or an experimental inquiry into               New York, T. & J. Swords. 1807
the phenomena attending the life and death of animals              Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
brought forth in different media.                                  Austin No. 1578; 50 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1811                         College; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, NHi, NNC,
Animals, Laboratory; Respiration                                   NNNAM, NNS, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 1574; 54 p. plate. 22 cm.;                                 Reel: 77
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; This copy lacks
the page of errata (p. [55]) present in the Library of             Ramsay, Alexander, 1754?-1824.
Congress copy; DLC, DNLM, NNNAM, PPAmP,                               Address and anatomical prospectus.
PPC, PPL, PU.                                                      Concord [N.H.] Hill and Moore. 1819
   Reel: 76                                                        Anatomy
                                                                   Austin No. 1579; To patriots of every denomination,
                                                                   to medical gentlemen, and medical students in
                                                                   America; 24 p. 22 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M,
                                                                   MWA, NNC, NNNAM.
                                                                      Reel: 77


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Ramsay, Alexander, 1754?-1824.                                   Ramsay, David, 1749-1815.
   Dr. Ramsay, formerly lecturer on anatomy and                     A sketch of the soil, climate, weather, and diseases
physiology in Surgeon's Square, Edinburgh, and in                of South-Carolina, read before the Medical Society of
several of the colleges and cities of North-America, ...         that state.
will commence his course of anatomical and                       Charleston [S.C] W. P. Young. 1796
physiological instructions in Fryburg, District of               Environmental Health
Maine, on the beginning of December next.                        Austin No. 1585; [4], 30 p. 3 tables (2 fold.) 23 cm.;
[New-York]. [1817]                                               Evans 31071; Collected from the journal of the
Anatomy; Physiology                                              Medical Society of South Carolina and from the
Austin No. 1580; New-York, November 8, 1817;                     author's observations for 22 years; Cf. p. 29; DLC,
Broadside. 10.8 x 19 cm.; PPL.                                   DNLM, ELRCS, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, PHi,
   Reel: 77                                                      PPC, PPL, RPJCB.
                                                                    Reel: 77
Ramsay, Alexander, 1754?-1824.
   Prospectus of fifteen lectures on the animal and              Rand, Isaac, 1743-1822.
intellectual economy of man.                                        Observations on phthisis pulmonalis, and the use of
New-York, J. Seymour. 1816                                       the digitalis purpurea in the treatment of that disease.
Anatomy; Physiology                                              Boston, Printed at the Repertory office. 1804
Austin No. 1581; adapted to the purposes of the                  Digitalis; Hydrotherapy; Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
medical practitioner, the speculative philosopher, the           Austin No. 1586; with practical remarks on the use of
parent, and the youth, as the medium of that                     the tepid bath; Read at the request of the
knowledge of God and ourselves, which seems                      Massachusetts Medical Society, June 6, 1804; 26 p. 22
connected with health, piety, and religion; 16 p. fold.          cm.; Also published in v. 1 of the Medical
table. 23 cm.; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNC,                       communications of the Massachusetts Medical
NNNAM, PPC.                                                      Society; List of counsellors and officers of the
   Reel: 77                                                      Massachusetts Medical Society: p. 26; DNLM, ICJ,
                                                                 LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC,
Ramsay, David, 1749-1815.                                        NNNAM, PPL.
  A dissertation on the means of preserving health, in              Reel: 77
Charleston, and the adjacent low country.
Charleston, South-Carolina, Markland & M'Iver. 1790              Read, Alexander, 1786-1849.
Health                                                              An address, delivered before the New-Bedford
Austin No. 1582; Read before the Medical Society of              Auxiliary Society for the Suppression of
South-Carolina, on the 29th of May, 1790 ...; 32 p. 20           Intemperance, at their annual meeting, January 6,
cm.; Evans 22828; DNLM, NNNAM, PPC.                              1817.
  Reel: 77                                                       New-Bedford [Mass.] Benjamin Lindsey. 1817
                                                                 Alcoholism
Ramsay, David, 1749-1815.                                        Austin No. 1587; Published by request of the Society;
   An eulogium upon Benjamin Rush.                               27 p. 24 cm.; Treats of the effects of intoxicating
Philadelphia, Published by Bradford and Inskeep; and             liquor in producing "diseases of body and mind," and
Inskeep and Bradford, New York; James Maxwell,                   the means of preventing and curing intemperance;
printer. 1813                                                    DNLM.
Austin No. 1583; Who departed this life April 19,                   Reel: 77
1813 ... Written at the request of the Medical Society
of South Carolina, and delivered before them and                 Reece, Richard, 1775-1831.
others, in the Circular Church of Charleston, on the                 The medical guide, for the use of families and
10th of June, 1813, and published at their request ...;          young practitioners in medicine and surgery.
139 p. 22 cm.; CLM, CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,                     Philadelphia, Published by B. B. Hopkins, & Co., Fry
MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, OClM,                          and Kammerer, printers. 1808
PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScCM.                                  Medicine
   Reel: 77                                                      Austin No. 1589; Being a complete system of modern
                                                                 domestic medicine; exhibiting a comprehensive view
Ramsay, David, 1749-1815.                                        of the latest and most important discoveries in
   A review of the improvements, progress and state              medicine, pharmacy, &c.; 1st American, from the 4th
of medicine in the XVIIIth century.                              London ed., considerably enlarged and improved ...;
Charleston [S.C.] W. P. Young. [1801]                            xvi, 535 p. 22 cm.; DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,
History of Medicine, 18th Cent                                   MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OCliM, PPC, PPHa, PU.
Austin No. 1584; Read on the first day of the Xixth                  Reel: 77
century, before the Medical Society of
South-Carolina, in pursuance of their vote, and
published at their request ...; 47 p. 22 cm.; Dated at
end: January 1, 1801; DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM,
MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,
PU.
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Rees, John Thomas, d. 1833.                                      Remarks on the Report of the committee of the
   Remarks on the medical theories of Brown, Cullen,             Medical Society of this city, on the "Epidemic fever of
Darwin, & Rush.                                                  Bancker Street and its vicinity, in the summer and
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Robert Carr.            autumn of 1820.".
1805                                                             [New York]. [1820]
Medicine                                                         Communicable Diseases
Austin No. 1590; 74 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             Austin No. 1596; 16 p. 20 cm.; Caption title; An
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, MnSRM,                           anonymous defence of the New York Board of Health
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                 against charges made in the Report; Both the Report
   Reel: 77                                                      and the Remarks were published in New York in
                                                                 1820; Cf. review in the American medical recorder, v.
Reese, David Meredith, 1800-1861.                                4 (1821) p. 317-343; The New York Academy of
    Observations on the epidemic of 1819, as it                  Medicine Library attributes authorship to Peter
prevailed in a part of the city of Baltimore.                    Solomon Townsend; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM.
Baltimore: Published by the author; John D. Toy,                    Reel: 78
printer. 1819
Austin No. 1591; Comprising an accurate history of its           A Report of an action for a libel, brought by Dr.
origin, progress and effects, as far as they can be              Benjamin Rush, against William Cobbett, in the
ascertained; to which are affixed, by way of appendix,           supreme court of Pennsylvania, December term, 1799,
some remarks on the medical treatment of the disease,            for certain defamatory publications in a newspaper,
as found successful in the hands of the most                     entitled Porcupine's Gazette, of which the said
distinguished members of the profession ...; 114, [1] p.         William Cobbett was editor.
18 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                       Philadelphia, W. W. Woodward. 1800
MdU-D, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                                Austin No. 1597; (Taken in shorthand by T.
    Reel: 77                                                     Carpenter.); [70] p. 8 vo.; MBM, *MWA, MdBJ-W,
                                                                 NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.
Reff, Henrich.                                                      Reel: 78
   Das durch viele Curen bestätige, und sicher
befundene Pierdearznen-Büchlein.                                 Rhode Island Medical Society.
Ephrata, Baumann und Cleim. 1804                                    The act of incorporation, together with the by-laws
Horse Diseases                                                   and rules of the Rhode-Island Medical Society.
Austin No. 1592; Zum erstenmal herausgeben; 52 p.                Providence, David Hawkins. June, 1812
15.5 cm.; MWA.                                                   Societies, Medical
   Reel: 78                                                      Austin No. 1601; 24 p. 21 cm.; DNLM, MWA (copy
                                                                 lacks last 2 pages), NNNAM.
Reid, John, 1776-1822.                                              Reel: 78
   Essays on hypochondriacal and other nervous
affections.                                                      Rhode Island. Governor.
Philadelphia, M. Carey & Son. 1817                                  A proclamation...[Recommending the utmost
Hypochondriasis                                                  vigilance to prevent the introduction and spreading of
Austin No. 1593; 209 p. 21 cm.; DNLM, ICJ, MBM,                  the small-pox] Providence, September 21, 1793.
MWA, MdBJ-W, NNC, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.                               [Providence] Printed by J. Carter. [1793]
   Reel: 78                                                      Smallpox
                                                                 Austin No. 1599; By his Excellency Arthur Fenner,
Reid, Thomas, 1739-1802.                                         Esq; governor, captain-general, and commander in
   An essay on the nature and cure of the phthisis               chief, of the State of Rhode-Island and
pulmonalis: or, consumption of the lungs.                        Providence-Plantations. Broadside. 16.3 x 11 in.;
London, Printed; Philadelphia, Re-printed and sold by            Evans 26076; RPJCB.
Joseph Crukshank. 1785                                              Reel: 78
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary
Austin No. 1594; xi, 89 p. 21 cm.; Evans 19216; The              Rhode Island. Laws, statutes, etc.
London edition was published in 1782; DNLM,                          Resolved, that the act permitting inoculation within
MWA, PPC.                                                        this state, and all acts made in addition to and
   Reel: 78                                                      amendment thereof, be... suspended until the first day
                                                                 of October next.
                                                                 [Providence]. [1778]
                                                                 Smallpox Vaccine
                                                                 Austin No. 1600; Broadside. 18 x 23 cm.; Caption:
                                                                 State of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations;
                                                                 Subscribed: Witness, Henry Ward, Sec'ry; The
                                                                 original act was published in 1776; Cf.; Evans 15057;
                                                                 Alden 662; DNLM.
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Richerand, Anthelme Balthasar, baron, 1779-1840.                 Ricketson, Shadrach.
   Account of a resection of the ribs and the pleura.                Means of preserving health, and preventing
Philadelphia, Printed for the translator by Thomas               diseases.
Town, and for sale at Dufief's Universal Book-Store              New-York, Printed by Collins, Perkins, and Co., sold
[etc.]. 1818                                                     by them, S. Stansbury; [etc., etc.]. 1806
Pleura; Ribs                                                     Health
Austin No. 1602; Read before the Royal Academy of                Austin No. 1608; founded principally on an attention
Sciences of the Institute of France, April 27, 1818 ...          to air and climate, drink, food, sleep, exercise,
Translated by Thomas Wilson; 24 p. 21 cm.; DLC,                  clothing, passions of the mind, and retentions and
DNLM, MBM, NNNAM, PPAmP.                                         excretions; With an appendix, containing observations
   Reel: 78                                                      on bathing, cleanliness, ventilation, and medical
                                                                 electricity; and on the abuse of medicine ... Designed
Richerand, Anthelme Balthasar, baron, 1779-1840.                 not merely for physicians, but for the information of
   The elements of physiology.                                   others; To which is annexed, a glossary of the
Philadelphia, Published by Hopkins and Earle, Fry                technical terms contained in the work ...; x, 298, [2] p.
and Kammerer, printers. 1808                                     18 cm.; CU-M, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M,
Physiology                                                       MWA, MWiW, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNC, NNNAM,
Austin No. 1603; By his Excellency Arthur Fenner,                OClM, PHi, PPC, PPL; Some copies have
Esq; governor, captain-general, and commander in                 "Recommendations" (dated Sept. 1, 1806, including a
chief, of the State of Rhode-Island and                          letter from David Hosack to the author) : 1 leaf,
Providence-Plantations; ix, [2], 464, [12] p. 23 cm.;            inserted after title page.
The Philadelphia edition is apparently reprinted from                Reel: 78
the 2d London edition of 1807; CtY-M, DNLM,
IEN-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, NjR,                           Rigby, Edward, 1747-1821.
OClM, PPC, PPJ.                                                      An essay on the uterine haemorrhage, which
   Reel: 78                                                      precedes the delivery of the full grown foetus:
                                                                 illustrated with cases.
Richerand, Anthelme Balthasar, baron, 1779-1840.                 Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1786
   Elements of physiology.                                       Uterine Hemorrhage
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson, William                Austin No. 1609; The 3d ed.; iv, 84 p. 20 cm.; Evans
Fry, printer. 1813                                               19964; A reprint of the second edition published in
Physiology                                                       London in 1777; CU-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
Austin No. 1605; From the 5th London ed., rev., corr.,           NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
and enl. ...; Translated from the French, by G. J. M. De             Reel: 78
Lys ... With notes, by N. Chapman ...; viii, 621 p. 22
cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM,                        Robb, Patrick C.
MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM,                                    An inaugural dissertation on hydrocephalus
NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL.                                           internus.
   Reel: 78                                                      Baltimore, Benjamin Edes. 1815
                                                                 Austin No. 1610; 16 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Ricketson, Shadrach.                                             Maryland; DNLM.
    A brief history of the influenza, which prevailed in            Reel: 78
New-York in 1807.
[New-York]. [1808]                                               R[ush], B[enjamin] 1745-1813.
Influenza                                                           Directions.
Austin No. 1607; 11 p. 24 cm.; Caption title;                    [Philadelphia]. [1793]
"Advertisement" (p. [1]) dated New-York, 4th month,              Backache; Fever; Headache; Yellow Fever
1808; Dated at end New-York, 8th mo.; 25th, 1807;                Austin No. 1632; As soon as you are affected (whether
Also published in The Medical repository, 2d hexade,             by night or day) with a pain in the head ... September
v. 6, May-July, 1808, p. 12-23; CtY-M, DNLM,                     10, 1793; Broadside. 19.5 x 11.2 cm.; Signed at end:
MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPC.                                B.R.; PPL.
    Reel: 78                                                        Reel: 79

                                                                 Robbins, Chandler, 1738-1799.
                                                                     A discourse delivered before the Humane Society
                                                                 of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, at their
                                                                 semiannual meeting, June 14th, 1796.
                                                                 Boston, Thomas Fleet, jun. 1796
                                                                 Austin No. 1611; 36 p. 21 cm.; Evans 31110; A
                                                                 minister's observations chiefly on the purpose and
                                                                 work of the Society; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
                                                                 PPL.
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Robertson, Felix, 1781-1865.                                      Rogers, Patrick Kerr, 1776-1828.
   An essay on chorea Sancti Viti.                                   An investigation of the properties of the
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Joseph                   Liriodendron tulipifera, or poplar-tree.
Rakestraw. 1805                                                   Philadelphia, Benjamin Johnson. 1802
Hydrocele                                                         Plants, Medicinal
Austin No. 1612; 19 p. 20.5 cm.; Thesis--University               Austin No. 1617; 67 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, *DLC, IEN-M, NHi,                         Pennsylvania; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, NNU-M,
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PU.                                       PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 79                                                          Reel: 79
Robinson, Daniel A.                                               Romayne, Nicholas, 1756-1817.
   An inaugural essay, on the treatment of wounds of                  An address, delivered at the commencement of the
the femoral vein.                                                 lectures, in the College of Physicians and Surgeons in
Geneva, N.Y., J. Bogert. 1819                                     the city of New-York.
Femoral Vein                                                      New-York, Collins and Perkins. 1808
Austin No. 1613; 30, [1] p. 22 cm.; Thesis--College of            Societies, Medical
Physicians and Surgeons, New York; DNLM, NNC,                     Austin No. 1619; Published by order of the College;
NNNAM.                                                            76 p. 22 cm.; "Bye-laws of the College of Physicians
   Reel: 79                                                       and Surgeons": p. [41]-51; "Report of the College ... to
                                                                  the Regents of the University; 1808" (including
Robinson, John, d. ca. 1829.                                      "Circular letter from the Senatus Academicus of the
    A description of, and critical remarks on the picture         New-York College ... to the presidents of the several
of Christ healing the sick in the Temple.                         incorporated medical societies throughout the state"):
Philadelphia, Published by S. W. Conrad, for the                  p. [53]-76, with special title page; CtY-M, DNLM,
Pennsylvania Hospital; William Brown, printer. 1818               ICJ (copy 39 p.), MBM, MH-M, NHi, NNC, NNU-M.
Medicine in Art                                                       Reel: 79
Austin No. 1614; painted by Benjamin West ... and
presented by him to the Pennsylvania Hospital; 24 p.              Romeyn, John Brodhead, 1777-1825.
double front. 23 cm.; The frontispiece, which is a key               The good Samaritan.
to the picture, is dated 1817; DNLM, MWA, NHi,                    New-York, Williams and Whiting, J. Seymour,
NNNAM, PHi, PPL.                                                  printer. 1810
    Reel: 79                                                      Austin No. 1621; a sermon, delivered in the
                                                                  Presbyterian church, in Cedar-street, New-York, on
Roebuck, Jarvis.                                                  Sabbath evening, January 28, 1810; for the benefit of
   Experiments and observations on the bile.                      the New-York Dispensary; 20 p. 20.5 cm.; PPL.
Philadelphia, Carr & Smith. 1801                                     Reel: 79
Bile
Austin No. 1615; [8]. 42 p. 22 cm.; Thesis--University            Rose, Henry.
of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,                              An inaugural dissertation on the effects of the
NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                           passions upon the body.
   Reel: 79                                                       Philadelphia, William W. Woodward. 1794
                                                                  Emotions
Rogers, Daniel, d. 1859.                                          Austin No. 1622; 30 p. 20 cm.; Evans 27638;
    Report of the trial of Charles N. Baldwin, for a              Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
libel, in publishing charges of fraud and swindling               MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL.
against the managers and submanager of the Medical                   Reel: 79
science lottery, in the state of New-York, before the
Honourable Cad-wallader D. Colden, mayor of the                   Rose, Johannes.
city of New-York.                                                    Sassafras-Oel.
New-York, Clayton & Kingsland. 1818                               [Lancaster]. [1792]
Austin No. 1616; containing an ample detail of the                Plants, Medicinal
testimony, the arguments of counsel, the charge of the            Austin No. 1623; Lancaster Caunty, Canostoga
court; and also an appendix, containing the principal             Taunschip; Ich Jacob Bär, bescheinige hiermit ... N. B.
publications which preceded and gave rise to the                  Obengemeldetes Sassafras-Oel ist zu haben bey Dr.
prosecution; 1 p.l., 37 p. 22 cm.; Trial in the Court of          Johnnes Rose in Lancaster; Broadside. 4 to; PPL.
General Sessions, Nov. 10-13, 1818; *MWA, NHi,                       Reel: 79
NNC, NNNAM.
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Ross, William Morrey, d. 1818.                                    Rucco, Giulio, 1778-1852?.
   A chemico-physiological inaugural dissertation on                 A dissertation on the general principles of anatomy
carbone, or charcoal.                                             and comparative physiology, as applied to the science
New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1795                                  of medicine.
Charcoal                                                          Philadelphia, J. F. Hurtel. 1818
Austin No. 1624; [9], 8-58 p. 20 cm.; Evans 29431;                Anatomy, Comparative; Physiology, Comparative
Thesis--Columbia College; DNLM, MBM, MWA,                         Austin No. 1630; Translated for the author by Thomas
NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PHi, PPL, PU, ScMS.                         Wilson; 28 p. 21 cm.; Probably never published in the
   Reel: 79                                                       original; DNLM, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PHi, PPL.
                                                                     Reel: 79
Rouelle, John.
    A complete treatise on the mineral waters of                  Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
Virginia.                                                             An account of the bilious remitting yellow fever, as
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by Charles Cist,            it appeared in the city of Philadelphia, in the year
and to be sold by Thomas Dobson. 1792                             1793.
Austin No. 1625; containing a description of their                Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1794
situation, their natural history, their situation, their          Yellow Fever
natural history, their analysis, contents, and their use          Austin No. 1631; x, 363 p. 21 cm.; Evans 27658;
in medicine; [8], xix, 68 p. 23 cm.; Evans 24757;                 CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, MBM,
DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM,                             MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM, PHi,
PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                              PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU, ScMS.
    Reel: 79                                                          Reel: 79

Rousseau, Jean Baptiste Clément.                                  Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   An inaugural dissertation on absorption.                           Directions for preserving the health of soldiers.
Philadelphia, J. Ormrod. 1800                                     Lancaster [Pa.] John Dunlap. 1778
Absorption                                                        Military Medicine
Austin No. 1626; By John Baptiste Clement                         Austin No. 1633; recommended to the consideration
Rousseau; 36 p. 20 cm.; Evans 38423;                              of the officers of the Army of the United States…
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM,                  Published by order of the Board of War; 8 p. 17.5 cm.;
MBM, MWA, MnSRM, NNNAM, NjR, PPAmP,                               Evans 16064; First published in the Pennsyivania
PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                               Packet, no. 284, 1777; Rush was ordered by the Board
   Reel: 79                                                       of War to republish this work in a small pamphlet,
                                                                  with such additions and alterations as he thought
Rowan, M.                                                         proper; (Cf. "Extract from the minutes" of the Board
   An inaugural dissertation on hepatitis.                        of War, Sept. 5, 1777, on p. [2]) This is apparently the
Baltimore, John Wane. 1815                                        first separate edition; *DLC, DNLM (microfilm
Hepatitis                                                         copy), IEN-M, MWA, NHi (copy imperfect), RPJCB.
Austin No. 1627; 28 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of                  Reel: 79
Maryland; DNLM.
   Reel: 79                                                       Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
                                                                     Directions for the use of the mineral water and cold
Rowan, Thomas.                                                    bath, at Harrogate, near Philadelphia.
   An essay on the hydrocephalic state of fever.                  Philadelphia, Melchior Steiner. 1786
Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by W. F.                    Hydrotherapy; Mineral Waters
M'Laughlin. 1802                                                  Austin No. 1634; 12 p. 22 cm.; Evans 19971; DLC,
Austin No. 1628; 35 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of              DNLM, MWA, NHi, PHi, PPL.
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, MWA,                               Reel: 79
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 79                                                       Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
                                                                      The drunkards emblem or an inquiry into the
Ruble, Thomas White, b. 1765.                                     effects of ardent spirits upon the human body and
    The American medical guide for the use of                     mind with an account of the means of preventing, and
families, in two parts, Part 1st.                                 of the remedies for curing them.
Richmond, Ky., Printed by E. Harris, for the author.              New-Market, Ambrose Henkel & Co. [1814?]
1810                                                              Alcoholic Beverages
Mineral Waters; Pharmacology; Therapeutics                        Austin No. 1635; 44 p. 16.5 cm.; *MWA, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 1629; A materia medica; Being a treaties                   Reel: 79
[sic] on all the most usefull articles used as medicine,
including those which are the produce of our own
country; Part 2d.; Therepeutics, or, The art of curing
the various diseases of the human body; To which is
added a short description of the constituent parts of the
human body ...; viii, 222 p. 21 cm.; DNLM.
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Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                     Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   An enquiry into the effects of spirituous liquors              An inquiry into the effects of ardent spirits upon
upon the human body, and their influence upon the              the human body and mind.
happiness of society.                                          Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Dobson; Archibald
Philadelphia, Printed for Thomas Dobson. [1784?]               Bartram, printer. [ca. 1805]
Alcoholic Beverages                                            Alcoholic Beverages
Austin No. 1637; The 2d ed.; 16 p. 14.5 cm.; Evans             Austin No. 1645; 50 p. 17.5 cm.; DLC, ELRCS,
20690; MH-M, *PHi.                                             MdBJ-W, NNNAM, PPC, *PPL.
   Reel: 79                                                       Reel: 79
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                     Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   An enquiry into the effects of spirituous liquors              An inquiry into the effects of ardent spirits upon
upon the human body, and their influence upon the              the human body and mind, with an account of the
human body, and their influence upon the happiness of          means of preventing, and of the remedies for curing
society.                                                       them.
Philadelphia, Thomas Bradford. [1784?]                         Exeter [N.H.?] Josiah Richardson. 1819
Alcoholic Beverages                                            Alcoholic Beverages
Austin No. 1636; 11 p. 17 cm.; DNLM.                           Austin No. 1655; The 8th ed., with additions; 36 p. 18
   Reel: 79                                                    cm.; DNLM, MWA.
                                                                  Reel: 79
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   An enquiry into the origin of the late epidemic             Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
fever in Philadelphia: in a letter to Dr. John Redman.            An inquiry into the effects of spirituous liquors on
Philadelphia, Mathew Carey. 1793                               the human body.
Yellow Fever                                                   Boston, Thomas and Andrews. 1790
Austin No. 1639; 15 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26111; DLC,               Alcoholic Beverages
DNLM, PHi, PP, PPC, PPL.                                       Austin No. 1656; To which is added, A moral and
   Reel: 79                                                    physical thermometer ...; 12 p. 20 cm.; Evans 22864;
                                                               DNLM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPC.
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                        Reel: 79
   An eulogium in honor of the late Dr. William
Cullen, professor of the practice of physic in the             Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
University of Edinburgh; delivered before the College              An inquiry into the functions of the spleen, liver,
of Physicians of Philadelphia, on the 9th of July,             pancreas, and thyroid gland.
agreeably to their vote of the 4th of May, 1790.               [Philadelphia]. [1807]
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1790                              Liver; Pancreas; Spleen; Thyroid Gland
Austin No. 1641; Published by order of the College of          Austin No. 1657; [9]-29 p. 25 cm.; Caption title;
Physicians; 30, [1] p. 20 cm.; Evans 22862;                    Reprinted from the Philadelphia Medical Museum, v.
Advertising: p. [31]; DLC, DNLM, MWA, MdBJ-W,                  3, no. 1, 1807; DNLM.
NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU.                                Reel: 79
   Reel: 79
                                                               Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                        An inquiry into the various sources of the usual
   Experiments and observations on the mineral                 forms of summer & autumnal disease in the United
waters of Philadelphia, Abington, and Bristol, in the          States, and the means of preventing them.
Province of Pennsylvania.                                      Philadelphia, Published by J. Conrad & Co., [etc.,
Philadelphia, James Humphreys, Junior. 1773                    etc.]. 1805
Mineral Waters                                                 Yellow Fever
Austin No. 1642; Read June 18, 1773, before the                Austin No. 1658; To which are added, Facts, intended
American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia;          to prove the yellow fever not be contagious ...; 113 p.
30 p. 19.5 cm.; Evans 12995; *DLC, MBM, MWA,                   22 cm.; "The following sheets are extracted from the
MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU.                   second edition of the author's Medical inquiries and
   Reel: 79                                                    observations."; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, MBM,
                                                               MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M, PP, PPC, PPL,
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                     ScMS.
    Extracts from Dr. Benjamin Rush's Inquiry into the            Reel: 79
effects of ardent spirits upon the human body and
mind.
Philadelphia, Benjamin & Thomas Kite [etc.]. 1816
Alcoholic Beverages
Austin No. 1643; 23 p. 20 cm.; ([Tract Association of
Friends, Philadelphia. Tract] no. 7.); Monogram Taf
[i.e. Tract Association of Friends] preceding imprint
on title page; DNLM, MWA, PHi, PPL, PU.
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Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                       Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
    Medical inquiries and observations.                             Medical inquiries and observations.
Philadelphia, Prichard & Hall. 1789-93                           Philadelphia, Printed for Johnson & Warner. Griggs &
Medicine                                                         Dickinsons, printers. 1815
Austin No. 1659; 2 v. 21 cm.; Evans 22123 and 26112;             Medicine
Imprint varies: v. 2: Philadelphia, T. Dobson;                   Austin No. 1664; The 4th ed.; 4 v. in 2. 23 cm.; *DLC,
"Appendix: containing, The new method of                         MWA, NNNAM, OClM, PPL.
inoculating for the small-pox ... Also, Observations on             Reel: 83
the duties of a physician, and the methods of
improving medicine ... The 2d ed. with additions": 39            Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
p. at end of v. [1]; CtY-M, CLM (vol. 2), DNLM, ICJ                 Medical inquiries and observations, upon the
(vol. 1), IEN-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NNNAM,                        diseases of the mind.
NNU-M, OClM, PHi, PPC, PPL, ScMS.                                Philadelphia, Printed by Kimber & Richardson;
    Reel: 80                                                     Merritt, printer. 1812
                                                                 Austin No. 1669; 367 p. 21 cm.; CLM, CtY-M, DLC,
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                       DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M,
    Medical inquiries and observations.                          MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNU-M, OClM,
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson. 1794-98                             PHi, PU (copy lacks title page).
Medicine                                                            Reel: 84
Austin No. 1660; 5 v. 21 cm.; Evans 27660, 32784,
27659, 31144, 34496; Imprint varies: v. 5:                       Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
Philadelphia, Printed by Budd and Bartram, for                      Medical inquiries and observations, upon the
Thomas Dobson; CLM (v. 1-2), CtY-M, DLC,                         diseases of the mind.
DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M (v. 3), LNT-M (v. 2, 4, 5),               Philadelphia, Published by Kimber & Richardson;
MBM (v. 1-4), MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM                          Merritt, printer. 1812
(v. 5, NNNAM, OClM (v. 3)), PPC, PPHa (v. 3), PPL,               Medicine
PU, RHi (v. 3), RPJCB, ScMS (v. 4), WaSp-M (v. 5).               Austin No. 1670; 367 p. 22 cm.; A different issue from
    Reel: 80                                                     the preceding; Signature H (p. 57-64) has been reset,
                                                                 with extra lines on each page, to allow for the
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                       expansion of section VIII of chapter II; Section VIII
   Medical inquiries and observations.                           begins on p. 62, while in the original issue it begins
Philadelphia, Published by J. Conrad & Co., [etc., etc.]         and ends on p. 63; DNLM, NNNAM, PPC, PPL.
Printed by T. & G. Palmer. 1805                                     Reel: 84
Medicine
Austin No. 1661; The 2d ed., rev. and enl. by the                Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
author; 4 v. 22 cm.; CLM (v. 2, 4), CU-M, CtY-M,                    The new method in inoculating for the small pox.
DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M,                         Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1781
MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D (lacks v. 3), NNC,                            Smallpox Vaccine
NNNAM, OClM, OkU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPJ, PPL,                        Austin No. 1672; delivered in a lecture in the
PU, ScMS (v. 1, 3).                                              University of Philadelphia, Feb. 20th, 1781; 28 p. 17
   Reel: 81                                                      cm.; Evans 17362; DLC, DNLM, MdBJ-W
                                                                 (photocopy).
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                          Reel: 84
   Medical inquiries and observations.
Philadelphia, Thomas and William Bradford [etc.].                Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
1809                                                                 Observations on the duties of a physician, and the
Medicine                                                         methods of improving medicine.
Austin No. 1662; The 3d ed., rev. and enl. by the                Philadelphia, Prichard & Hall. 1789
author; 4 v. 22 cm.; This edition exists in many                 Medicine; Physicians
different issues with the different publishers' names            Austin No. 1674; Accommodated to the present state
appearing first in the imprint; CLM (v. 2-4), CtY-M,             of society and manners in the United States; Delivered
DLC, DNLM, (v. 2), ICJ, IU-M, LNT-M, (v. 1-3),                   in the University of Pennsylvania, February 7, 1789, at
MBM, MH-M, MWA (v. 1-2), MdBJ-W, MdU-D,                          the conclusion of a course of lectures upon chemistry
MnSRM (v. 1), NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PP, PPC, PPJ,                     and the practice of physic; Published at the request of
PPL, PU (v. 4), ScMS (v. 3-4).                                   the class; 11 p. 21 cm.; *DLC, MnSRM, PHi, PPAmP,
   Reel: 82                                                      PU.
                                                                     Reel: 84
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   Medical inquiries and observations.
Philadelphia, Anthony Finley. 1819
Medicine
Austin No. 1668; The 5th ed.; 4 v. in 2. 21 cm.;
DNLM, IU-M (v. 1-2), MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM.
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Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                        Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
    Observations upon the origin of the malignant                     Six introductory lectures, to courses of lectures,
bilious, or yellow fever in Philadelphia, and upon the            upon the institutes and practice of medicine, delivered
means of preventing it.                                           in the University of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, Printed by Budd and Bartram, for                    Philadelphia, Published by John Conrad, & Co. [etc.,
Thomas Dobson. 1799                                               etc.] H. Maxwell, printer. 1801
Yellow Fever                                                      Education, Medical
Austin No. 1675; addressed to the citizens of                     Austin No. 1682; 168 p. 20 cm.; Order of names of
Philadelphia...; 28 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,                  publishers, appearing first in imprint, may vary in
ELRCS, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi,                                some copies; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB,                           LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM,
ScMS (copy incomplete).                                           NNNAM, NNU-M, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
    Reel: 84                                                          Reel: 84

Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                        Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
    An oration, delivered before the American                        Sixteen introductory lectures, to courses of lectures
Philosophical Society, held in Philadelphia on the 27th           upon the institutes and practice of medicine, with a
of February, 1786.                                                syllabus of the latter.
Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1786                                  Philadelphia, Published by Bradford and Innskeep;
Morals                                                            Fry and Kammerer, printers. 1811
Austin No. 1676; containing an enquiry into the                   Education, Medical
influence of physical causes upon the moral faculty;              Austin No. 1683; To which are added, Two lectures
[8], 40 p. 26 cm.; Evans 19972; CtY-M, DNLM,                      upon the pleasures of the senses and of the mind, with
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, PHi, PPAmP, PPC,                           an inquiry into their proximate cause; Delivered in the
PPL, PU.                                                          University of Pennsylvania ...; viii, 455 p. 22 cm.;
    Reel: 84                                                      Includes the lectures previously published under title:
                                                                  Six introductory lectures; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ICJ,
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                        IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA,
    An oration, delivered February 4, 1774, before the            MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NNNAM, NNU-M, NjR, OClM,
American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia.             PP, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.
Philadelphia, Joseph Crukshank. [1774]                               Reel: 84
Indians, North American
Austin No. 1678; Containing, an enquiry into the                  Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
natural history of medicine among the Indians in                     A syllabus of a course of lectures on chemistry, for
North-America, and a comparative view of their                    the use of the students in the University of
diseases and remedies, with those of civilized nations;           Pennsylvania.
Together with an Appendix, containing, proofs and                 Philadelphia, Charles Cist. 1783
illustrations ...;118 p. 23 cm.; Evans 13592; DLC,                Chemistry
DNLM, MBM, NHi, NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPAmP,                          Austin No. 1686; 39 p. fold. table; 12 mo.; Evans
PPC, PPL, PU, RPJCB.                                              18173; PPAmP.
    Reel: 84                                                         Reel: 84

Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                        Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   A second address to the citizens of Philadelphia;                 A syllabus of a course of lectures on the institutes
containing additional proofs of the domestic origin of            and practice of medicine.
the malignant bilious, or yellow fever.                           Philadelphia, Thomas & Samuel F. Bradford. 1798
Philadelphia, Printed by Budd and Bartram, for                    Education, Medical
Thomas Dobson. 1799                                               Austin No. 1689; 19 p. 17 cm.; Evans 34497; DNLM,
Yellow Fever                                                      MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU.
Austin No. 1679; To which are added, observations,                   Reel: 84
intended to shew that a belief in that opinion, is
calculated to lessen the mortality of the disease, and to         Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
prevent its recurrence ...; 40 p. 21 cm.; CtY-M, DLC,                A syllabus of a course of lectures on the institutes
DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ, NHi, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC,                         of medicine.
PU.                                                               Philadelphia, Parry Hall. 1792
   Reel: 84                                                       Education, Medical
                                                                  Austin No. 1687; 8 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, PPL.
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Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.                                      Rush, James, 1786-1869.
   A syllabus of a course of lectures on the institutes            An inquiry into the use of the omentum.
of medicine.                                                    Philadelphia, T. & G. Palmer. 1809
Philadelphia, Thomas Bradford. 1795                             Peritoneum
Education, Medical                                              Austin No. 1692; 36 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
Austin No. 1688; 15 p. 15.7 cm.; *PPL, PU.                      Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, NNNAM,
   Reel: 84                                                     PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
                                                                   Reel: 85
Rush, Benjamin, 1745-1813.
   Three lectures upon animal life, delivered in the            Rush, John, 1777-1837.
University of Pennsylvania.                                        Elements of life, or, The laws of vital matter.
Philadelphia, Printed by Budd and Bartram, for                  Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1804
Thomas Dobson. 1799                                             Biochemistry; Biology
Biology; Physiology                                             Austin No. 1693; 34 p. 20 cm.; "Contains the
Austin No. 1690; Published at the request of his                substance of a speech...; before the Medical Society of
pupils; viii, 84 p. 20 cm.; DLC, DNLM, ELRCS,                   Philadelphia."; DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PPAmP,
IU-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NHi,                             PPC, PPL.
NNNAM, OClM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU,                             Reel: 85
RPJCB.
   Reel: 84                                                     Rush, John, 1777-1837.
                                                                   An inaugural essay on the causes of sudden death,
[Rush, Benjamin] 1745-1813.                                     and the means of preventing it.
   Sermons to gentlemen upon temperance and                     Philadelphia, Thomas and George Palmer. 1804
exercise.                                                       Death
Philadelphia, John Dunlap. 1772                                 Austin No. 1694; 21 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
Exertion; Temperance                                            Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MBM, MWA,
Austin No. 1680; 44 p. 18 cm.; Evans 12547; Also                NNNAM, NNU-M, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
published in London the same year under title:                     Reel: 85
Sermons to the rich and studious, on temperance and
exercise; DLC, PHi, PPC, PPL, PU, *RPJCB.                       Russell, Henry P., comp.
   Reel: 84                                                        An official register of the deaths which occurred
                                                                among the white population in the city of Savannah,
[Rush, Benjamin] 1745-1813.                                     during the extraordinary season of sickness and
    Sermons to the rich and studious, on temperance             mortality which prevailed in the summer and fall
and exercise.                                                   months of the year 1820.
London, Printed; Litchfield, R-printed by T. Collier.           Savannah, Henry P. Russell. 1820
[1791]                                                          Mortality; Vital Statistics; Yellow Fever
Exertion; Temperance                                            Austin No. 1695; To which is annexed a list of the
Austin No. 1681; With a dedication to Dr. Cadogan;              persons (so far as they could be ascertained) who died
By a physician; 71 p. 24 mo.; Evans 23758 (under                out of the city, after retreating from it; Also, the
title); Same text as his: Sermons to gentlemen upon             aggregate amount of deaths among the people of
temperance and exercise, Philadelphia, 1772; RPJCB.             color; 24 p. 22 cm.; Caption title: Deaths in the city of
    Reel: 84                                                    Savannah, from July 1, to November 30, 1820;
                                                                DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PHi.
[Rush, Benjamin] 1745-1813.                                        Reel: 85
   Syllabus of a course of lectures on chemistry.
Philadelphia. 1770
Chemistry
Austin No. 1684; 48 p. PU.
   Reel: 84

[Rush, Benjamin] 1745-1813.
   A view of the physical, moral, and immoral effects
of certain liquors upon the body and mind of man, and
upon his condition in society.
Philadelphia, Thomas & William Bradford. [1808]
Alcoholism
Austin No. 1691; Broadside. folio; PPL.
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Rusticus, pseud.                                                   Salem (Mass.).
    A friendly debate; or, A dialogue between Rusticus                 To the public. [Salem. 1774].
and Academicus about the late performance of                       Salem. April 9th, 1774
Academicus.                                                        Smallpox Vaccine
Boston, in N. E., J. Franklin. 1722                                Austin No. 1699; Begins: "The dispute that has lately
Smallpox Vaccine                                                   arisen in this place, on the merit of Dr. Latham's
Austin No. 1696; [4], 12 p. 17 cm.; Evans 2386;                    practice in the small-pox..." Signed, Marcellus;
Dedication to Cotton Mather signed: Rusticus; A                    Followed by a second address "To the public" Signed
rejoinder to Isaac Greenwood's A friendly debate; or,              and dated "A lover of truth. Salem, April 9th, 1774.";
A dialogue, between Academicus, and Sawny &                        [2] p. folio; MWA.
Mundungus (Boston, 1722); Cf. "Advertisement.";                        Reel: 85
"Appendix ... A short answer to a foolish pamphlet [by
John Williams] entitled Several arguments proving,                 Salem Hospital.
that inoculation is not contained in the law of                       Rules for regulating Salem Hospital.
physick": p 8-12; This is dated Dec. 19, 1721, and                 [Salem, Samuel Hall]. [1773]
signed: Tobacco Proof; An introductory note (p. 8)                 Hospitals
attributes it to "an academical brother (son to a Fellow           Austin No. 1700; Rules approved of and voted by the
of the Royal Society)"--i.e. Samuel Mather, who                    town; 8 p. 8vo.; Hospital established for the treatment
subsequently denied the authorship; Cf. G. L.                      of small pox; MHi.
Kittredge, "Some lost works of Cotton Mather" in                      Reel: 85
Mass. Hist. Soc., Proceedings, v. 45 (1912) p. 471,
note 5; DNLM, NNNAM.                                               Saltonstall, Winthrop, 1775-1802.
    Reel: 85                                                          An inaugural dissertation on the chemical and
                                                                   medical history of septon, azote, or nitrogene; and its
Ruston, Thomas, ca. 1739-1804.                                     combinations with the matter of heat and the principle
   A collection of facts interspersed with observations            of acidity.
on the nature, causes, and cure of the yellow fever.               New-York, T. and J. Swords. 1796
Philadelphia, Bartholomew Graves. 1804                             Atmosphere; Communicable Diseases
Yellow Fever                                                       Austin No. 1701; 68 p. 21 cm.; Evans 31155;
Austin No. 1697; in a series of letters, addressed to the          Thesis--Columbia College; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
inhabitants of the United States; Part I ...; [5], 4-65 p.         MBM, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, PPL, PU.
23 cm.; The 2d leaf, containing the dedication, is                    Reel: 85
apparently an insert; Probably no more published; Cf
The Medical repository, 2d hexade, v. 3 (1805-6), p.               Sanford, Clark.
304; CtY-M, DNLM, IEN-M, MBM, MWA,                                    [Letter on the preparation of Peruvian bark.].
MnSRM, NHi, NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL,                           [Greenwich, Conn.?]. [1811]
PU.                                                                Quinine
   Reel: 85                                                        Austin No. 1702; [3] p. 42 cm.; Signed: Clark Sanford,
                                                                   M.D.; Greenwich, Connecticut, June, 1811;
[Sabatier, -----].                                                 Supplemented by the author's "Observations on the
    Hints towards promoting the health and cleanliness             Peruvian bark" in the Medical repository, hexade 3, v.
of the city of New-York.                                           3 (1812) p. 241-246; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, PPL.
New-York, T. & J. Swords. 1802                                        Reel: 85
Public Health
Austin No. 1698; 16 p. plate. 21 cm.; Inscribed "to the            Saunders, William, 1743-1817.
Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Council of the City                       Observations on the superior efficacy of the red
of New-York" and signed: The author; Long-Island,                  Peruvian bark, in the cure of agues and other fevers.
1802; In the text the author describes himself as "a               Boston, Printed by Robert Hodge, for William Green.
stranger in the city of New-York."; Reprinted as "by               [1783]
Mr. Sabatier" in the Medical repository, New York, v.              Quinine
6, 1803, p. 37-48; It has been suggested that the author           Austin No. 1703; Interspersed with occasional
may be identified with William Sabatier of Halifax,                remarks on the treatment of other diseases by the same
Nova Scotia; DNLM, NHi, NNNAM, PPL.                                remedy; 3d ed., with considerable additions; And an
    Reel: 85                                                       appendix, containing a more particular account of its
                                                                   natural history...; 91, [1] p. 20 cm.; Evans 18178; Has
                                                                   the same contents as the 3d London edition, 1783;
                                                                   DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdU-D, NNNAM.
                                                                      Reel: 85




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Saunders, William, 1743-1817.                                    Schneyder, John.
    A treatise on the structure, economy and diseases               Nützliches und bewährt befundnes
of the liver.                                                    Rossarzney-Büchlein, welches viele auserlesene
Boston, Printed for W. Pelham. 1797                              Mittel wider die meinsten innerlichen Krankheiten
Bile; Liver Diseases                                             und aeusserliche Zufälle der Pferde enthält.
Austin No. 1704; together with an inquiry into the               Ephrata [Pa.] Zum 3ten mal gedruckt bey Johann
properties and component parts of the bile and biliary           Baumann. 1805
secretions; 1st American, from 2d London ed., with               Horse Diseases
considerable additions; xx, 231 p. 18 cm.; Evans                 Austin No. 1710; nebst einen Anhang, dem Rind-Vieh
32805; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA,                         zu helfen, wann es sich am Klee überfressen hat, &c;
MnSRM, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.                                   [6], 5-32 p. 17 cm.; "An das Publikum" (on an inserted
    Reel: 85                                                     leaf, following title page) signed: John Schneyder, A
                                                                 second "An das Publikum," on the next leaf, dated
Savin, Richard L.                                                Dec. 10, 1805, is signed: Der Verfasser; DNLM,
    An inaugural essay on the effects of external cold,          MBM.
in the cure of fevers.                                              Reel: 85
Philadelphia, Published by Thomas Dobson;
Archibald Bartram, printer. 1805                                 Scofield, Samuel.
Cryotherapy                                                         An inaugural dissertation on the nature and origin
Austin No. 1706; 14 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of             of vacinna, or cow-pock.
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, MWA, PHi, PPAmP,                      New York, T. & J. Swords. 1803
PPC, PU.                                                         Vaccinia
    Reel: 85                                                     Austin No. 1711; 69 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--Columbia
                                                                 College, 1803; DLC, DNLM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi,
Sawyer, Matthias Enoch.                                          NNC, NNNAM, NNS, PPC, PU.
   An inaugural dissertation: containing an inquiry                 Reel: 85
into the existence of the living principle and causes of
animal life.                                                     Scofield, Samuel.
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1793                                        A practical treatise on vaccina or cow-pock.
Biology                                                          New York, Printed by Southwick and Pelsue, for
Austin No. 1707; 30 p. 21 cm.; Evans 26140;                      Collins & Perkins. 1810
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,                   Vaccinia
NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                       Austin No. 1712; Embellished with a coloured
   Reel: 85                                                      engraving, representing a view of the local affection in
                                                                 its different stages; 139 p. 1 plate. 18 cm.; CLM,
Say, Benjamin, 1755-1813.                                        CtY-M, DLC (copy lacks plate), DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M,
   An annual oration pronounced before the Humane                IU-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NHi, NNC,
Society of Philadelphia, on the objects & benefits of            NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
said institution; the 28th day of February, 1799.                    Reel: 85
Philadelphia, Whitehall [Press] Printed for William
Young, bookseller and stationer. 1799                            Scott, Franklin.
Drowning                                                            Experiments and observations on the means of
Austin No. 1708; 50 p. 21 cm.; Evans 36278; The first            counteracting the deleterious effects of opium, and on
annual address; Cf. p. [7]; "Charter of incorporation            the method of cure of the disease resulting therefrom.
[of the Society, dated 1793]": p. [27]-38; "Directions           Philadelphia, Printed for the author, by H. Maxwell.
for recovering persons, who are supposed to be dead,             1803
from drowning ... Published by order of the Humane               Opium
Society of Phila.": p. [39]-49; Previously published             Austin No. 1713; 57 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of
separately in 1788; Names of managers and officers of            Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, MWA,
the Society elected in 1799: p. 50; DNLM, MWA.                   NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 85                                                         Reel: 85

Sayre, Francis Bowes, 1766?-1798.                                Scudamore, Sir Charles, 1779-1849.
   An inaugural dissertation on the causes which                    A treatise on the nature and cure of gout and
produce a predisposition to phthisis pulmonalis, and             rheumatism, including general considerations on
the method of obviating them.                                    morbid states of the digestive organs; some remarks
Trenton [N.J.] Isaac Collins. 1790                               on regimen; and practical observations on gravel.
Tuberculosis, Pulmonary                                          Philadelphia, Published by Edward Earle, William
Austin No. 1709; 24 p. 20 cm.; Evans 22874;                      Brown, printer. 1819
Thesis--College of Philadelphia; DLC, DNLM,                      Gout; Rheumatism
NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PU.                                           Austin No. 1714; 1st American, from the 2d London
   Reel: 85                                                      ed.; xix, 335 p. 22 cm.; CLM, CtY-M, DLC, DNLM,
                                                                 ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
                                                                 MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPL, ScMS.
                                                                    Reel: 85

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Scudder, John, 1793-1885.                                       Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.
   An inaugural dissertation on the diseases of old                A dissertation on the mineral waters of Saratoga.
age, as connected with a plethoric state of the system.         New-York, Collins & Perkins. 1809
New-York, Van Winkle and Wiley. 1815                            Mineral Waters
Geriatrics                                                      Austin No. 1719; Including an account of the waters
Austin No. 1715; 60 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--College of               of Ballston; 2d ed., enl. ...; 131 p. fold. map. 18 cm.;
Physicians and Surgeons, New York; DLC, DNLM,                   CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi,
MBM, MWA, NNC, NNNAM.                                           NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC, PPF, PPJ, PPL.
   Reel: 85                                                        Reel: 86
Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.                                   Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.
   An account of the epidemic yellow fever, as it                  An inaugural dissertation on opium.
appeared in the city of New-York in the year 1795.              Philadelphia, Johnston and Justice. 1792
New-York, Hopkins, Webb & Co. 1796                              Opium
Yellow Fever                                                    Austin No. 1720; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 24775;
Austin No. 1716; Containing, besides its history, &c.,          Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM,
the most probable means of preventing its return, and           MBM, MWA, NjR, NNNAM, NNS, PPAmP, PPC,
of avoiding it, in case it should again become                  PPL, PU, ScMS.
epidemic; ix, 52 (i.e. 48) p. 20 cm.; Also issued in               Reel: 86
Webster, Noah, comp.; A collection of papers on the
subject of bilious fevers, New-York, 1796; A National           Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.
Library of Medicine copy, detached from this                       The midwives monitor, and mothers mirror.
collection and containing p. [49]-150 from the same             New-York, Isaac Collins. 1800
collection is apparently the source of Evans 31169, an          Midwifery; Natural Childbirth; Pregnancy
erroneous entry for a separate 1796 edition with ix,            Austin No. 1721; being three concluding lectures of a
150 p. Evans lists also (32816) an edition by the same          course of instruction on midwifery; Containing
publisher dated 1797 with ix, 246 p. (the paging of the         directions for pregnant women; rules for the
complete Webster collection, lacking the first 10               management of natural births, and for early
preliminary pages); No copy of this has been located;           discovering when the aid of a physician is necessary;
*DLC, MBM, NHi, NNC, NNS, PPC, PPL, RPJCB.                      and cautions for nurses, respecting both the mother
   Reel: 85                                                     and child; To which is prefixed, a syllabus of lectures
                                                                on that subject ...; 123 p. 17 cm.; Evans 38477;
Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.                                   DNLM, IEN-M, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC.
   A discourse upon vaccination, or kine-pock                      Reel: 86
inoculation.
New-York, Samuel Wood & Sons. 1816                              Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.
Vaccination; Vaccinia                                               A partial view of the operations of the combined
Austin No. 1717; With remarks upon the occasional               powers, as drawn up in the Appendix to the last
prevalence of the small-pox, and the measures                   number of the Medical and Philosophical Journal and
necessary to prevent it...; 58 p. front. 23 cm.; DNLM,          Review.
MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, NHi, NNNAM,                            [New York?]. [1810]
PPC.                                                            Mineral Waters
   Reel: 86                                                     Austin No. 1722; By the author of the Dissertation on
                                                                the mineral waters of Saratoga, &c. the marked object
Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.                                   of their terrible attack; 8 p. 20.5 cm.; Dated at end : 4th
   A dissertation on the mineral waters of Saratoga.            mo. 15, 1810; *NNNAM, PPL.
New York, Samuel Campbell. 1793                                     Reel: 86
Mineral Waters
Austin No. 1718; containing a topographical                     Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.
description of the country, and the situation of the               Pharmacoepia [sic] chirurgica in usum Nosocomii
several springs; an analysis of the waters ... together         Novi Eboracencis.
with remarks on their use in medicine; Also a method            New-York, Samuel Wood. 1811
of making an artificial mineral water, resembling that          Pharmacology; Surgery; Therapeutics
of Saratoga ...; 40 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26149; DLC,                Austin No. 1723; Being an account of the applications
DNLM, MBM, MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNNAM, NNS,                          and formulae of the remedies employed in the clinical
NjR, PHi, PPL.                                                  practice of the surgical department of the New-York
   Reel: 86                                                     Hospital; 47 p., illus. 16 cm.; Interleaved with blank
                                                                pages; NNNAM.
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Seaman, Valentine, 1770-1817.                                       Semmes, Thomas, 1778-1833.
    A short account of the death and of the character of                An essay on the effects of lead, comprising a few
the late Edward Miller, M.D.                                        experiments on the saccharum saturni, and its
New-York, Collins and Co. 1813                                      application in the cure of diseases.
Austin No. 1724; Being an extract from a lecture                    Philadelphia, Carr and Smith. 1801
introductory to a course of clinical surgery, delivered             Lead
in the hospital soon after his decease; 21., [incl. port.],         Austin No. 1729; 60 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
21 p. 8vo.; NNNAM.                                                  Pennsylvania; Includes a letter from Dr. B. S. Barton
    Reel: 86                                                        on the use of lead acetate in the treatment of disease
                                                                    (p. 57-60); CtY-M, DNLM, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC,
Sears, Reuben.                                                      PPL, PU.
   A poem, on the mineral waters of Ballston and                        Reel: 86
Saratoga, with notes illustrating the history of the
springs and adjacent country.                                       Semmes, Thomas, 1778-1833.
Ballston Spa [N.Y.] Published by the author, J.                         An essay on the effects of lead: comprising a few
Comstock, printer. 1819                                             experiments on the saccharum saturni, and its
Mineral Waters                                                      application in the cure of diseases.
Austin No. 1725; 108 p. 16 cm.; DNLM, MWA, NHi,                     Philadelphia, Carr & Smith. 1801
PPL, PU.                                                            Austin No. 1730; 53 p. 21 cm.; Thesis--University of
   Reel: 86                                                         Pennsylvania; Of a different printing throughout from
                                                                    the edition of the same year with 60 pages; Includes a
Seip, Frederic.                                                     letter from Dr. B. S. Barton on the use of lead acetate
   An inaugural dissertation on cataract.                           in the treatment of disease (p. 48-53); DNLM, MWA,
Philadelphia, Way & Groff. 1800                                     NNNAM, PPAmP, PPL.
Cataract                                                                Reel: 86
Austin No. 1726; 27 p. 20 cm.; Evans 38481;
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                     Sénac, Jean Baptiste, 1693-1770.
DNLM, MWA, NNNAM, PPC, PPL, PU, ScMS.                                   A treatise on the hidden nature, and the treatment
   Reel: 86                                                         of intermitting and remitting fevers.
                                                                    Philadelphia, Kimber, Conrad, & Co. 1805
Selby, William F.                                                   Yellow Fever
   An inaugural dissertation, on the analogy between                Austin No. 1731; illustrated by various experiments
plants and animals.                                                 and observations; in two books; Translated from the
Philadelphia, Printed for the author. 1806                          Latin, with notes, by Charles Caldwell, M.D. And a
Animals; Botany                                                     recommendatory preface, by Benjamin Rush...; [16],
Austin No. 1727; 24 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of                299 p. 22 cm.; CLM, CtY-M, DNLM, ELRCS, ICJ,
Pennsylvania; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W,                          IEN-M, LNT-M, MBM, MH-M, MWA, MdBJ-W,
MdU-D, NNNAM, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                  MdU-D, NNC, NNNAM, OClM, PPC, PPJ, PPL, PU.
   Reel: 86                                                             Reel: 86

Select pamphlets respecting the yellow fever.                       Sewall, Joseph, 1688-1769.
Philadelphia, Mathew Carey. [1799]                                     The character and blessedness of the upright.
Yellow Fever                                                        Boston, T. Crump. 1717
Austin No. 1728; 5 pamphlets in 1 v. 22 cm.; Evans                  Austin No. 1732; A sermon occasion'd by the death of
36287; Each pamphlet has special title page and                     the Honourable Wait Winthrop, Esq., who expired
separate paging; A collective reissue of the separately             Nov. 7, 1717, aetatis 76 ...; [2], 48 p. 15 cm.; Evans
published pamphlets; Presumably compiled by                         1927; DNLM, MWA, RPJCB.
Mathew Carey; Contents.--[1] Carey, Mathew; A                          Reel: 86
short account of the malignant fever; 4th ed. 1794--[2]
Devèze, Jean; An enquiry into, and observations upon                Seward, Anna, 1742-1809.
the causes and effects of the epidemic disease;                         Memoirs of the life of Dr. Darwin, chiefly during
1794.--[3] Currie, William; A treatise of the synochus              his residence in Lichfield, with anecdotes of his
icteroldes, or yellow fever; 1794;--[4] Folwell,                    friends, and criticisms on his writings.
Richard; A short history of the yellow fever; 2d ed.                Philadelphia, At the Classic Press, for the proprietors
1798.--[5] Condie, Thomas; History of the pestilence                Wm. Poyntell & Co. 1804
commonly called yellow fever; [1799]; DNLM                          Austin No. 1733; xii, 313 p. 23 cm.; First published in
(microfilm copy), NNNAM, RPJCB.                                     London in 1804; DLC, DNLM.
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Seybert, Adam, 1773-1825.                                       Shecut, John Linnaeus Edward Whitridge,
    An inaugural dissertation: being an attempt to              1770-1837.
disprove the doctrine of the putrefaction of the blood             An essay on contagions & infections; and their
of living animals.                                              laws of generation & communication, by which they
Philadelphia, T. Dobson. 1793                                   are respectively governed, and thence properly to be
Austin No. 1734; 78 p. 21 cm.; Evans 26153;                     distinguished.
Thesis--University of Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DLC,                 Charleston [S.C.] W. P. Young. 1818
DNLM, MBM (copy lacks title page), MWA,                         Communicable Diseases
NNNAM, PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                Austin No. 1739; Designed, as the continuation of the
    Reel: 87                                                    remarks, in an "Essay, on the prevailing [or yellow]
                                                                fever of 1817."; Together with a syllabus, and
Shattuck, George Cheyne, 1783-1854.                             classification, with practical remarks on the origin of
   Three dissertations on Boylston prize questions for          contagions and infections; To which, are added, hints
the years 1806 and 1807 ... being the dissertations to          and directions, to the best means for preventing the
which the Boylston prize medals were adjudged.                  extension of contagious & infectious diseases ...; [10],
Boston, Published by Farrand, Mallory, & Co.; [etc.,            60 p. 20 cm.; DNLM, MBM, NNC, NNNAM.
etc.] Belcher and Armstrong, printers. 1808                        Reel: 87
Awards & Prizes
Austin No. 1736; To which is prefixed the public                Shecut, John Linnaeus Edward Whitridge,
account of their adjudication ...; 192 p. 22 cm.; CLM,          1770-1837.
CtY-M, DLC, DNLM, ELRCS, IEN-M, IU-M, MBM,                         An essay on the prevailing, or yellow-fever, of
MH-M, MWA, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, NNU-M, PPC,                         1817.
PPL, PU.                                                        Charleston [S.C.] A. E. Miller. 1817
   Reel: 87                                                     Yellow Fever
                                                                Austin No. 1740; together with preliminary
[Shattuck, George Cheyne] 1783-1854.                            observations, and an enquiry into the causes which
   An inquiry into some late "Remarks on the                    produced it; also, a brief view of the effect[s] of
Brunonian system.".                                             certain poisons on the animal economy, compared
Boston, Published by D. Mallory & Co.; [etc., etc.]             with those of the specific gaseous poison of the
Armstrong, printer. 1810                                        yellow-fever; 34 p. 20 cm.; DNLM (copy imperfect),
Austin No. 1735; 48 p. 24 cm.; Attributed to G. C.              MBM, NNC, NNNAM.
Shattuck in the Catalogue of the Boston Athenaeum                  Reel: 87
Library, 1807-1871, and in J. J. Putnam's A memoir of
Dr. James Jackson, Boston, 1905, p. 262, note; James            Shecut, John Linnaeus Edward Whitridge,
Jackson's dissertation, Remarks on the Brunonian                1770-1837.
system, was published in Boston in 1809; CtY-M,                    Medical and philosophical essays.
DNLM, MBM, PPAmP.                                               Charleston [S.C.] Printed for the author by A. E.
   Reel: 87                                                     Miller. 1819
                                                                Botany; Plants, Medicinal
Shaw, William.                                                  Austin No. 1742; Containing: 1st. Topographical,
   A practical narrative of the autumnal epidemic               historical and other sketches of the city of Charleston,
fever which prevailed in Philadelphia in the year 1803.         from its first settlement to the present period; 2d. An
Philadelphia, Printed for the author by A. & G. Way.            essay on the prevailing fever of 1817; The 2d ed., with
1804                                                            improvements; 3d. An essay on contagions and
Austin No. 1737; 40 p. 20 cm.; Thesis--University of            infections, 2d improved ed. and 4th; An essay on the
Pennsylvania; CtY-M, DNLM, ELRCS, MBM (copy                     principles and properties of the electric fluid; The
lacks title page), MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM,                     whole of which are designed as illustrative of the
PHi, PPAmP, PPC, PPL, PU.                                       domestic origin of the yellow fever of Charleston; and,
   Reel: 87                                                     as conducing to the formation of a medical history of
                                                                the State of South-Carolina ...; viii, 260, [2] p. plate.
Shaw, William G.                                                23 cm.; "Extracts from a review of the first edition of
   A discourse, read before the Rhode-Island Medical            Dr. Shecut's Essay on the prevailing fever of 1817 ...
Society, on their fifth anniversary, September, A.D.            from the New-York medical repository for April
1816.                                                           1818" : p. [87]-88; "Errata": p. [261]; CtY-M, DNLM,
Providence, Miller & Hutchens. 1816                             MBM, NHi, NNC, NNNAM, PPC.
Societies, Medical                                                 Reel: 87
Austin No. 1738; 8 p. 21.5 cm.; NNNAM.
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Short, Thomas, 1690?-1772.                                        Skinner, Richard Cortland, d. ca. 1834.
    Medicina Britannica: or A treatise on such physical              A treatise on the human teeth, concisely explaining
plants, as are generally to be found in the fields or             their structure, and cause of decay.
gardens in Great-Britain.                                         New-York, Printed by Johnson & Stryker, for the
London, Printed; Philadelphia, Re-printed and sold by             author. 1801
B. Franklin and D. Hall. 1751                                     Dental Caries; Gingival Diseases; Tooth
Blood; Botany; Yellow Fever                                       Austin No. 1752; to which is added, the most
Austin No. 1743; containing a particular account of               beneficial and effectual method of treating all
their nature, virtues, and uses; Together with the                disorders incidental to the teeth and gums; with
observations of the most learned physicians, as well              directions for their judicious extraction, and proper
ancient and modern, communicated to the late                      mode of preservation: interspersed with observations;
ingenious Mr. Ray, and the learned Dr. Sim. Pauli ...             26 p. 22 cm.; "First American book on the teeth; It was
To which is added, an appendix: containing the true               intended for the lay public and was really an
preparation, preservation, uses and doses of most                 advertisement for the author; It is believed that
forms of remedies necessary for private families; The             editions were also published in 1794 and 1796, but no
3d ed. With a preface by Mr. John Bartram ... and his             copies of these appear to exist."--Garrison and
notes ... shewing the places where many of the                    Morton, An annotated checklist of texts illustrating the
described plants are to be found in these parts of                hist. of medicine, 2d ed., 1954, no. 3678; Cf. B. W.
America, their differences in name, appearance and                Weinberger, An introd. to the hist. of dentistry in
virtue, from those of the same kind in Europe; and an             America, 1948, v. 2, p. 269-282; CtY-M, DNLM,
appendix, containing a description of a number of                 LNT-M, MBM, NNNAM.
plants peculiar to America, their uses, virtues, &c.; xx,            Reel: 88
339, 40, 7 p. 19 cm.; Evans 6783; DNLM, MBM,
NNNAM, PHi, PP, PPAmP, PPC, PPF, PPL, PU,                         Small pox destroys, vaccination saves, the lives of
RPJCB.                                                            thousands.
    Reel: 87                                                      [Philadelphia?]. [1806?]
                                                                  Smallpox Vaccine
Sims, James, 1741-1820.                                           Austin No. 1753; 8 p. 22 cm.; Caption title; "A
   Observations on the scarlatina anginosa,                       comparative view of the natural small pox, inoculated
commonly called the ulcerated sore throat.                        small pox, and vaccination" (p. 6) is an abridged
Boston, Printed by Munroe & Francis, for Hall and                 version of the table published anonymously in the
Hiller. 1803                                                      Royal Jennerian Society's Address (London, 1803)
Austin No. 1751; With some remarks by Thomas                      under title: A comparative view of the natural
Bulfinch, M.D. 3d ed.; 16 p. 20 cm.; CtY-M, DLC,                  small-pox, inoculated small-pox, and inoculated
DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi, NNC, PPC.                                    cow-pox; In a separate edition "published by order of
   Reel: 88                                                       the Medical Council of the Royal Jennerian Society"
                                                                  and in a reprint of this on p. 104-105 of Charles
Sims, James, 1741-1820.                                           Maciean's On the state of vaccination in 1810
   Observations on the scarlatina anginosa,                       (London, 1810) the author is identified as John
commonly called the ulcerated sore throat.                        Addington; The separate edition, Maciean states,
Boston, Printed by Munroe & Francis, for Hall and                 "must have been published between 1803 and 1806.";
Hiller. 1803                                                      Certificate approving vaccination (p. 7) signed by
Austin No. 1750; With some remarks by Thomas                      Philadelphia physicians and dated Apr. 12, 1803, with
Bulfinch, M.D. 2d ed.; 16 p. 22 cm.; A page-for-page              a supplementary list of signers dated May 26, 1806;
reprint of the edition published in 1796, with the                Recommendation of vaccination (p. 8) published by
addition of Bulfinch's endorsement (p. [2]); DLC,                 order of the Board of Managers of the Philadelphia
DNLM, IEN-M (copy incomplete), MBM.                               Dispensary, dated Apr. 25, 1803, and signed: William
   Reel: 88                                                       White, president; DNLM, MBM, MWA, NHi,
                                                                  NNNAM, PPAmP, PPL.
                                                                     Reel: 88

                                                                  Smellie, William, 1697-1763.
                                                                      An abridgement of the practice of midwifery: and a
                                                                  set of anatomical tables with explanations.
                                                                  Boston, J. Norman. [1786]
                                                                  Midwifery
                                                                  Austin No. 1754; A new ed.; [5], 4-56 p. 39 plates. 20
                                                                  cm.; Evans 19992; Previously published in London
                                                                  under title: A set of anatomical tables, with
                                                                  explanations, and an abridgment of the practice of
                                                                  midwifery; CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, MBM, MWA,
                                                                  MdBJ-W, NNNAM, NNU-M, OClM, PPC, RPJCB.
                                                                      Reel: 88



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Smellie, William, 1697-1763.                                      Smith, Hugh, 1736?-1789.
    A set of anatomical tables, with explanations, and               The female monitor, consisting of a series of letters
an abridgment of the practice of midwifery, with a                to married women on nursing and the management of
view to illustrate a treatise on that subject, and                children.
collection of cases.                                              Wilmington [Del.] Peter Brynberg. 1801-[02]
Worcester, Massachusetts, Printed by Isaiah Thomas;               Breast Feeding; Child Care; Infant, Newborn,
sold at his bookstore in Worcester; [etc., etc.]. 1793            Diseases
Midwifery                                                         Austin No. 1759; With occasional notes and a
Austin No. 1755; To which are added, notes and                    Compendium of the diseases of infants; By Dr. John
illustrations, adapted to the present improved method             Vaughan; 224, [229]-289, [1] p. 17 cm.; "Letters to a
of practice, by A. Hamilton