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Morton, 13033, 0. 2. Tentamen inaugurale de corporis dolore. Subjicit S. G.
Morton, M.D. Edinburgi, 1823. Mott, 12694, 0. 20. Reminiscences of medical teaching and teachers in New
York. An address at the college of physicians. By Valentine
Mott, M. D. New York, 1850. Orfila, 10101, 0. Leçons de médecine légale, par M. Orfila. 2d edition. 3
vols. Paris, 1828. 10102, 0. Eléments de chimie appliquée à la médecine et aux arts.
Par M. Orfila. 5th edition. 2 vols. Paris, 1831. Paine, 12891, 0. The institutes of medicine. By Martyn Paine, M. D.
New York, 1847. Gift of the author. 12890, 0. Medical and physiological commentaries. By Martyn
Paine, M. D., A. M. 3 vols. New York, 1844. Gift of the author. Pettigrew, 11082, 0. & 7769, D. On superstitions connected with the history
and practice of medicine and surgery. By T. J. Pettigrew. London
Thos. J. Pettigrew. Vols. 1, 2, and 4. London, 1839, &c.
Ray, M. D. 3d edition, with additions. Boston, 1853. Reid, 11162, D. The philosophy of death; or, a general medical and statis
tical treatise on the nature and causes of human mortality. By John
Reid. London, 1841. Gift of Lloyd P. Smith. Reese, 12694, 14. Introductory lecture before the Albany Medical College.
By David M. Reese, M. D. Albany, 1839. Swainson, 10495, 0. Observations on the climate of New Zealand, princi
pally with reference to its sanative character, by William Swainson,
Esq. London, 1840. 13214, 0. 5. Homöpathische Haubecheln. Jena, 1816. Gift of Dr. C. Hering.
8058, D. Physic and physicians, a medical sketch-book, exhibiting the public and private life of the most celebrated medical men of former days. Philadelphia, 1845.
6714, 'D. Physic and physicians; a medical sketch-book. 2 vols. London, 1839.
10325, 0. 9. Catalogue of the medical graduates of the University of Pennsylvania, with an historical sketch of the origin, progress, and present state of the medical department. 2d edition. Philadelphia, 1839. (For other works on medical colleges, &c., see Universities, page 1084.)
11002, 0. 16. Rules and regulations of the medical department of the Navy of the United States. Gift of Dr. W. S. W. Ruschenberger, U. S. N.
12555, 0. Transactions of the American Medical Association. Instituted 1847. 6 vols. Philadelphia, 1848, to the present time. Gift of Dr. G. W. Norris.
12694, 0.2 Memorial of the medical society of the city and county of New York, against a repeal of the statute regulating practice. New York, 1830.
12694, 0. 3. A system of medical ethics, by the State Medical Society of New York. New York, 1823.
9640, D. 4. Code of ethics of the American Medical Association, adopted May, 1817. Philadelphia, 1848.
11019, D. 5. Reviews of Wbilldin's essay on dropsy, and Chapman on the nourishment of the foetus. Philadelphia, 1821.
11054, D. 20. The case of Nancy Linton, illustrative of the efficacy of Swaim's Panacea. Philadelphia, 1827.
TREATISES ON HEALTH, DIET, REGIMEN, PUBLIC
Adelon, 10068, 0. Annales de hygiène publique et de médecine légale. Par
MM. Adelon, Andral, &c. Tom. 7 and 8. Paris, 1832. Alcott, 9834, D. Vegetable diet; as sanctioned by medical men, and by ex
perience in all ages. By William A. Alcott. Boston, 1838. 10452, D. Lectures on life and health ; or, the laws and means of
physical culture. By William A. Alcott, M. D. With illustrations.
Boston, 1853. Andral.
See Adelon, supra. Barton, 11079, D. Hints to naval officers cruising in the West Indies. By
William P. C. Barton. Philadelphia, 1830. Gift of Isaac Lea,
Esq. Bell, 7294, Ộ. On regimen and longevity. By John Bell, M. D. Phila
delphia, 1842. 13039, 0. Dietetical and medical hydrology. A treatise on baths; in
cluding cold, sea, warm, hot, vapor, gas and mud baths; also on the watery regimen, hydropathy, and pulmonary inhalation, &c. By
John Bell, M. D. Philadelphia, 1850. Gift of the author. Berckensis, 9214, D. Conservandæ bonæ valetudinis præcepta longe saluberrima
per Johannem Curionem Berckensem. Francfurt, 1573. Blackwell, 10150, D. The laws of life, with special reference to the physical
education of girls. By Eliz. Blackwell, M. D. New York, 1852. Bostwick, 9819, D. An inquiry into the cause of natural death, or death from
old age. Developing a new and certain method of preventing the consolidation or ossification of the body, and of thus indefinitely prolonging vigorous, elastic and buoyant health, and of rendering partu
rition easy and safe. By Homer Bostwick, M. D. New York, 1851. Burke, 8289, D. & 9779, D. The mineral springs of Western Virginia, with
remarks on their use, and the diseases to which they are applicable. 2d edition. To which are added a notice of the Fauquier White Sulphur Spring, and a chapter on taverns. By Wm. Burke. New
York, 1846, and Richmond, 1851. Carpenter, 9504, D. On the use and abuse of alcoholic liquors in health and
disease. Prize essay. By Wm. B. Carpenter. Philadelpbia, 1850. Chadwick, 11247, 0. 1. Report on the sanitary condition of the laboring popu
lation of Great Britain. A supplementary report on the results of a
12087, 0. 12. A report on the results of the practice of interment
in towns. By E. Chadwick. Philadelphia, 1845. Coles, 9886, D. The beauties and deformities of tobacco using; or its ludierous
and its solemn realities. By L. B. Coles, M. D. Boston, 1851. Combe, 6233, D. The physiology of digestion considered with relation to the
principles of dietetics. By Andrew Combe, M. D. New York, 1836. Dickson, 10054, D. Essays on life, sleep, pain, &c.' By Samuel H. Dickson,
M. D. Philadelphia, 1852. Gould, 12834, 0. A report on food and diet, with observations on dietetical
regimen, suited for almshouses, prisons and hospitals; also on heating, ventilation, &c. With practical recommendations.' By Hon. John S. Gould. Prepared at the request of the commissioners of emigra
tion and the governors of the almshouse. New York, 1852. Gift
of the Governors of the N. Y. Almshouse. Hartley, 7255, D. An historical, scientific and practical essay on milk, as an
article of human sustenance. By Robert M. Hartley. New York,
1842. Hayden, 12677, 0. An essay on the wear and tear of human life, and the
real remedy for this complaint. By G. T. Hayden, M. B. Dublin,
1846. Hitchcock, 11055, D. 3. Essay on alcoholic and narcotic substances as articles
of common use. By Edward Hitchcock. Amherst, 1830. Hodgkin, 6101, D. Lectures on the means of promoting and preserving health.
By T. Hodgkin, M.D. London, 1835. Hufeland, 10664, D. Hufeland's art of prolonging life. Edited by Erasmus
Wilson. Boston, 1854.
Edward Johnson, Surgeon. London, 1837.
tion. By James Johnson, M.D. London, 1841. Lane, 8458, D. Life at the water cure, or a month at Malvern. By R. J.
Lane. London, 1846. Lee, 6338, D. An account of the most frequented watering places on the
continent, and the medicinal application of their mineral springs. By
Edwin Lee. London, 1836. Liebig, 11871, O. 2. Researches on the chemistry of food. By Justus Liebig.
Edited by Wm. Gregory, M. D. London, 1847. Manfred, 1321, F. Liber de homine et conservatione sanitatis Hieronymi
Manfredi. Bologna, 1474. Mayo, 10133, D. The philosophy of living. By Herbert Mayo. From the
3d London edition. Philadelphia, 1852. Mitchell, 8886, D. Treatise on the falsifications of food and the chemical means
to detect them. By John Mitchell. London, 1848. Moore, 9575, D. Health, disease and remedies considered in their relations to
the blood. By George Moore, M. D. New York, 1850. Morin, 6884, D. Manuel théorique et pratique des Gardes Malades, ou des
personnes qui veulent se soigner elles-mêmes, ou L'ami de la Santé,
par J. Morin. Paris, 1829. Mussey, 10503, D. 3. An essay on the influence of tobacco upon life and health.
By R. D. Mussey, M. D. Boston, 1836. Parkinson, 11045, D. 5. The villager's friend and physician. By James
Parkinson. London. Pinney, 11926, 0. The antidote for the causes that abridge the natural term
of human existence, and an outline of the organs and functions sub
servient to life. By Joel Pinney, Esq. London, 1847. Reveillée-Parise, 11370, 0. Etudes de l'homme dans l'état de santé, et dans
l'état de maladie. Par J. H. Reveillée-Parise. 2 tomes. Paris,
sont faibles. Par J. H. Reveillée-Parise. Paris, 1845. Saint-Arroman, 9087, D. Coffee, tea, and chocolate; their influence upon
the health, the intellect, and the moral nature of man. Translated from the French of A. Saint-Arroman. Philadelphia, 1846. Gift
of W. Duane, Jr., Esq. Searle, 11766, 0. The philosophy of life, health, and disease. By Charles
Searle, M. D. London, 1846. Shearman, 8213, D. An essay on the properties of animal and vegetable life,
their dependence on the atmosphere, and connection with each other,
in relation to the functions of health and disease. By E. R. Shear
man, M. D. London, 1845. Smith, 8232, D. Fruits and farinacea, the proper food of man. By John Smith.
London, 1845. Thompson, 8103, D. The domestic management of the sick-room, necessary in aid of medical treatment for the cure of diseases.
By A. T. Thompson, M.D. With additions by R. E. Griffith, M. D. Phila
delphia, 1845. Thomson, 8400 & 8480, D. Experimental researches on the food of animals,
and the fattening of cattle, with remarks on the food of man. Based upon experiments undertaken by order of the British government.
By Robert Dundas Thomson, M. D. New York and London, 1846. Trall, 10801, D. Fruits and farinacea the proper food of man; being an
attempt to prove from history, anatomy, physiology and chemistry, that the original, natural and best diet of man is derived from the vegetable kingdom. By John Smith. With notes and illustrations by R. T. Trall, M. D. From the 2d London edition. New York,
1854. Walker, 10297, 0. Gatherings from grave-yards, particularly those of Lon
don, with a curious history of the modes of interment among different nations from the earliest period : and a detail of dangerous and fatal results produced by the unwise and revolting custom of inhuming the dead in the midst of the living. By G. A. Walker, surgeon. London, 1839. 11002, 0. 18. Interment and disinterment; or a further exposition
of the practices pursued in the metropolitan places of sepulture, and the results as affecting the health of the living. By G. A. Walker, surgeon. London, 1843. 6656, D. The art of dining, and of attaining high health ; with a
few hints on suppers. By T. Walker. Philadelphia, 1837. Warren, 8533, D. Physical education and the preservation of the health. By
J. C. Warren, M. D. Boston, 1846. Wilson, 8177, D. A practical treatise on a healthy skin. By Erasmus Wilson.
New York, 1846. 12833, 0. Report of a general plan for the promotion of public and personal health, devised, prepared and recommended by the commissioners for a sanitary survey of the State. Boston, 1850. Gift of Hon. George Livermore.
10756, 0. Sanitary inquiry : England. Local reports on the sanitary condition of the laboring population of England, made to Parliament. London, 1842.
2420, F. First and second reports of the commissioners for inquiring into the state of large towns and populous districts. Maps and plates. London, 1844 and 1815.
10325, 0. 15. Hints on the subject of interments within the city of Philadelphia, addressed to the serious consideration of the members of councils, &c. By Atticus. Philadelphia, 1838.
1268, F. 5. Report from the select committee on improvement of the health of towns. Effect of interment of bodies in towns. London, 1842.
1268, F. 6. Bill for preventing interment in towns.
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Belliol, 10922, 0. 7. Mémoire sur nouveau mode de traitement pour la
guérison des dartres. Par D. Belliol. Paris, 1828. Binns, 7456, D. The anatomy of sleep, or the art of procuring sound and
refreshing slumber at will. By E. Binns, M. D. London, 1842. Broughton, 9079, D. Bulwer and Forbes on the water treatment. Edited,
with additional matter by R. S. Broughton, M. D. New York, 1810. Cooper, 10982, D. The experienced botanist, or Indian physician, being a
new system of practice founded on botany. By J. W. Cooper. Lan
caster, 1810. Gift of James J. Barclay, Esq. Dickson, 10539, 0. Fallacies of the faculty, with the principles of the chrono
thermal system; in a series of lectures. By Samuel Dickson, M. D.
2d edition. London, 1841. Dimsford, 7347, D. The practical advantages of homeopathy, illustrated by
numerous cases. By Harris Dimsford, M. D. Philadelphia, 1812. Dunglison, 12607, 0. 3. Introductory lecture to the course of institutes of
medicine, &c. By Professor R. Dunglison. Philadelphia, 1841. Franche, 9056, D. Outlines of a new theory of disease applied to hydropathy.
By the late H. Franche. New York, 1849. Geib, 11002, 0. 12. An essay on homeopathy: a synopsis of the history and
principles of the science. By Doctor Geib. Philadelphia, 1842. Gully, 8389, D. The water cure in chronic disease: an exposition of the
causes, progress and termination of chronic diseases. By James M.
Gully. New York, 1846. Hartshorne, 10229, D. Water versus hydropathy; or an essay on water and
its true relations to medicine. By Henry Hartshorne, M. D. Phila
delpbia, 1847. Gift of Lloyd P. Smith. Hering, 10815, D. The homeopathic domestic physician. By Constantin
Ilering. Philadelphia, 1851. Gift of the author. Holmes, 7293, D. Homeopathy and its kindred delusions. Two lectures by
Q. W. Holmes, M. D. Boston, 1842. See Neidhart, infra. Hooker, 9137, D. Physician and patient; or a practical view of the mutual
duties, relations and interests of the medical profession and the com
munity. By W. Hooker, M. D. London, 1819. Johnson, 8303, D. Results of hydropathy; or constipation not a disease of
the bowels; indigestion not a disease of the stomach. By Edward
Johnson, M. D. New York, 1816. Leo-Wolf, 10513, 0. Remarks on the abracadabra of the 19th century; or
on Dr. Samuel Hahnemann's homeopathic medicine, with particular reference to Dr. Constantine Hering's “View of homeopathic medicine." By William Leo-Wolf, M. D. New York, 1835. Presented
by “some of the physicians of the city : some of them stockholders.” Millingen, 9518, 0. Curiosities of medical experience. By J. G. Millingen,
M. D. 2 vols. London, 1837. Neidhart, 11002, 0. 13. An answer to the Homeopathic delusions of Dr. O.
W. Holmes. By Charles Neidhart, M. D. Philadelphia, 1842. Paine, 10761, 0. Essays on the philosophy of vitality, as contradistinguished from chemical and mechanical philosophy, and on the
modus operandi of remedial agents. By Martyn Paine, A. M., M. D. New York,
1842. Gift of the author. 12891, 0. The institutes of medicine. By Martyn Paine, M. D. New
York, 1847. Payen, 10103, 0. Traité élémentaire des réactifs, leurs preparations, leurs
emplois speciaux et leur application à l'analyse. Par A. Payen, et A. Chevalier. 3d edition. 2 vols. Paris, 1829, 1830.