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History of the Fever and Ague War in Wallingford, in Two Letters, Reprinted from the Correspondence of the "American Socialist."
1876
 

Code of Ethics...Adopted 1847.
1848
 

Annual Report of Deaths in the City and County of New-York, for the Year 1819.
1820
 

Davis & Kidder's Patent Magneto Electric Machine for Nervous Diseases. Patented Aug. 1, 1854. Manufactured and Sold by W.H. Burnap, New York. 10" x 4.5" x 4.5". Cherry with brass fittings, crank and electrodes. Complete.
1854
 

Medical School in Boston. [Caption title]. 4 pp. 4to leaflet, printed on p. 1. Browned.
1834
 

1829
 

The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America, by the Authority of "The General Convention for the Formation of the American Pharmacopoeia," Held in 1830. Second Edition: from the First Edition, Published in 1820, with Additions and Corrections.
1830
 

The Pharmacopoeia of the United States of America. By the Authority of the Medical Societies and Colleges. Second Edition.
1828
 

Circular of the President and Directors of the Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb. And the Petition...
1818
 

The Pocket Anatomist: Being a Summary of the Muscles; with a Tabular View of the Arteries and Nerves...
1848
 

1829
 

An Account of the New-York Hospital.
1811
 

Report of a Committee of the Connecticut Medical Society, Respecting an Asylum for the Insane, with the Constitution of the Society for Their Relief. Accepted by the Medical Convention, October 3, 1821...
1821
 

"A Book containing the Accounts of the Medical Society of Cayuga County," New York, 1807-1834.
1807
 

Regulations of the Board of Health of the Town of Chicopee; Adopted April 30, 1849.
1849
 

An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Indian or Spasmodic Cholera.... Illustrated by a Map....
1832
 

A Series of Letters and Other Documents Relating to the Late Epidemic or Yellow Fever...Also Essays of the Physicians...for the Benefit of the Baltimore Second Dispensary.
1820
 

Providence, R.I. Town Council Meeting Concerning Ship John Jay. September 4, 1804. Two Pages, 4to, ink. Probable clerk's copy. Slight fraying.
1804
 

Druggist’s Medicine Formulas (?). June 1863 - February 1864. No title. Tall folio. 600 pp. Scrapbook with numbered pasted formulas, mostly pencil. Orig. board cover very damaged, pages loose, spine missing.
1863
 

Alumni of the School of Medicine, University of Maryland.
1850
 

Muster Roll of the Stewards, Ward-Masters, Matrons, and Nurses Employed in the Hospital at Fort Wolcott, R.I., in the 2nd Military Department Under the Direction of William Turner, Fort Surgeon. Signed by W. Turner and I.B. Crane, Major, Mustering Officer. May 1 to June 30, 1820. Oblong folio, folded printed form filled in ink. Docketed as duplicate. Folds, fine.
1820
 

Medical Science Lottery Ticket, State of New York, March 1815. First Lottery, 2" x 6," printed in orange, # 8.080, signed by Jn (John ?) McLean. Verso "Withdrawn the 28th day of Drawing For Judah & Lazarus" (?), Morris Oakley, John Adams, Isaac Woods, L. Hart. Marked Paid. Fine.
1815
 

First Report of the Committee on Public Hygiene of the American Medical Association. Read at the meeting held in Boston, May 1849. With an Appendix containing "Sketches of the sanitary condition of the cities of Concord, Portland, New York Philadelphia, Boston, Lowell, Baltimore, Charleston, New Orleans, Louisville, and Cincinnati. Extracted from the Transactions of the American Medical Association, Vol. II.
1849
 

Physician's Travel Diary to Europe; early 1830s. Ink. Notebook, 4.75 x 7.5 in. 60 pp. Mostly disbound, missing front cover. Legible hand.
1830
 

Bound Volume of Ten (10) Sermons and Discourses, Most Relating to the Payson or Warren Families, including Two on the Death of John Warren, M.D. (1753-1815), as below.
1799
 

P[eter] Pruyne & Co. Drugstore Inventories. May 1831, May 1834, May 1835; Seven Bills of Lading, 1835-6. Folio. 53 pp. A Few News Clippings. Board covers with calf spine. Well worn, signatures intact but separated from spine. Group of center pages cut out. Pages browned.
1831
 

Medical Receipts by Robert T. Van Deusen. Lansingburgh, (New York). 1849-1857. Notebook 6.25 x 7.5 inches. 46 pp. Contains about 60 Receipts. Marbled paper cover, some pages cut. Legible ink.
1849
 

NEW YORK CITY BOARD OF HEALTH. Official Report of the Board of Health. Published Daily by J.K. Barr, 83 Orange-street. Saturday, July 21, 1832. 311 Cases--114 Deaths. Private Dwellings 191 Cases 61 Deaths. Cases and Deaths reported to the Board from July 20th, 12 o’clock, at noon on July 21st at 12 o’clock noon. [Caption title]. Broadside, 16” x 7." Caption followed by approximately 175 street addresses, double column, listing new cases and deaths. Signed in type at conclusion, “In behalf of the Special Medical Council, A.H. Stevens, Pres.”
1832
 

Proceedings of the Second Anniversary of the Nebraska State Medical Society Held in Omaha … June 7th and 8th, 1870.
1870
 

Pharmaceutical Account Book from Harwinton, Connecticut, 1825 to 1829. 260 pp. Includes copy of Annual Report of the Selectmen of Harwinton from 1911. 31 pp. Tall narrow folio. Full contemp. calf, front cover separated. Some pages over-pasted and pressed flowers. Cover well worn, pages browned and slightly brittle.
1825
 

Account Book of Samuel Voorhees, Physician. Amsterdam, Montgomery County, New York. 1834-1848. Notebook 6.5 x 8 inches. 187 pp. A few loose scraps/receipts. Cover well worn and separating. Pages browned, some torn. Edge wear. Ink.
1834
 

Record of Prescriptions. Compounding Pharmacy or Hospital. Boston, Massachusetts. 1896. Tall ledger, 6 x 14 inches, 500 pp. Stamped dates and individual entries, legible ink, different hands. Spine missing, no title or author. Browned.
1896
 

Catalogues of the Classes and Graduates of the Philadelphia College of Medicine for 1849-50 and 1850. Announcement for the Winter Session of 1850 and 1851 and Address to the Graduates of 1850.
1850
 

A Collection of Four Pieces of Ephemera (3 broadside circulars and a leaflet) Relating to H.G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, as below.
1845
 

Physician's Day Books. 4 volumes. 1841-1850 (no 1848), 1860-1863, 1863-1867, 1867-1875. Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania. 6.5 x 16 in., 650 pp. total. Marbled board covers. Spines separated or separating. Legible ink.
1841
 

Account Book of Morrill & Aseltine, Druggists & Apothecaries (name on flyleaf). 1868-1902. Franklin County, Vermont. Ledger 9" x 13.5", 438 pp. with alpha index at front. Contemp. calf. Minor cover and spine wear. Ink. Pages legible and intact.
1868
 

Illinois State Medical Society. Committee On Practical Medicine and Epidemics, Samuel Thompson, M.D. .... Albion, A.G. Henry, M.D. ... Springfield, Daniel Stahl, M.D. ... Quincy.
1850
 

HUGUNIN, HIRAM. Commission Merchant and Great Lakes Ship’s Captain Who Traded in Early Chicago; includes many Medical Cures. July 25, 1836 to September 20, 1837. Includes Many Handwritten Folk Medicine Receipts and Various Newspaper Clippings. Bound ledger 8 x 10 inches. 46 written pages. Paper covered boards with calf spine. Spine separated, pages loose, some corners torn. Ink and pencil.
1836
 

{WARREN, JOHN. Address of the Counsellors to the Fellows of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
1813
 

ADAMS, DANIEL. Containing Practical Information on Husbandry; Cautions and Directions for the Preservation of Health, Management of the Sick, &c....
1806
 

ALCOTT, DR. WM. A. Tea and Coffee: Their Physical, Intellectual and Moral Effects on the Human System. Third Stereotype Edition.
1846
 

ALCOTT, WM. A. The Voice of Solomon to Young Men: with an Investigation of the Causes Which Led to His Fall.
1846
 

ALCOTT, WM. A. Edito THE TEACHER OF HEALTH, and the Laws of the Human Constitution.
1843
 

ALLEN, J. ADAMS. Steps to the Medical Platform. An Address. Published by Request of the S.W. Michigan Medical Association.
1854
 

ALLEN, NATHAN. The Opium Trade; Including a Sketch of Its History, Extent, Effects, etc. as Carried on in India and China. Second Edition.
1853
 

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASS Constitution, Ordinances, and Code of Ethics of the American Medical Association. With a Sketch of Louisville.
1859
 

ANDERSON, ROBERT M. The Student's Review; or, Examinations on Therapeutics, Materia Medica, and Pharmacy. Adapted Especially to the Course of Lectures Delivered in the University of Pennsylvania.
1845
 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. System of Surgical Anatomy. Part First [all published]. On the Structure of the Groin, Pelvis, and Perineum, as Connected with Inguinal and Femoral Hernia, Tyeing the Iliac Arteries; and the Operation of Lithotomy. Illustrated by Nine Copper-plate Engravings.
1822
 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM. System of Surgical Anatomy. Part First [all published]. On the Structure of the Groin, Pelvis, and Perineum, as Connected with Inguinal and Femoral Hernia, Tyeing the Iliac Arteries; and the Operation of Lithotomy. Illustrated by Nine Copper-plate Engravings.
1822
 

ANDREW, JOHN A. An Address to the Graduating Class of the Medical School in the University at Cambridge [Mass.], on Wednesday, March 8, 1864.
1864
 

ANDREWS, EDMUND. A New Plastic Operation for Certain Deformities of the Face. [From the Transactions of the Illinois State Mediccal Society.]
1866
 

ANGELL, HENRY C. A Treatise on Diseases of the Eye; for the Use of Students and General Practitioners. To which is added a Series of Test Types for Determining the Exact State of Vision. Fifth Edition, Enlarged and Illustrated. (Supplementary Issue.)
1880
 

ANON. Information for the People on Cholera; Including a Sketch of Its History, Symptoms, Preventives, and Treatment.
1832
 

ANON. Arts Revealed, and Universal Guide; Containing Many Rare and Invaluable Recipes and Directions for the Use of Families...Embracing Directions for Treating Diseases-- Behavior of Ladies and Gentlemen-- Embroidery, and Other Kinds of Needlework-- Information as to Roots and Herbs-- Compounding Medicines...Several Recipes Cost from $20 to $50 Each, Having Never Before Been Published.
1853
 

ANON. The Household Treasure: Containing Several Hundred Valuable Receipts for Cooking Well at a Moderate Expense, Making Dyes, Coloring, Cleaning, & Cementing, This Book Also Points Out in Plain Language, Free From Doctors' Terms the Diseases of Men, Women, and Children, and the Latest and most approved Means used for their Cure. To which is added a Description of the Medicinal Roots and Herbs, and How They are to be Used in the Cure of Diseases.
1864
 

ANON. The Farmers' Receipt Book; and Pocket Farrier. A Choice Selection of the Most Approved Receipts...Stereotyped at the Concord Foundry.
1831
 

ANON. Self-Consciousness of Noted Persons. Compiled in Leisure Hours, by J.S.M.
1882
 

ANON. Der lange verborgene Schatz und Haus-Freund, oder Getreuer und Christlicher Untericht fuer Federmann....Herausgegeben von J.H....s.
1837
 

ANON. The American Lady's Medical Pocket-Book, and Nursery-Adviser: Containing Rules for preserving the Health of Unmarried Females; Directions to Pregnant and Lying-in Women; and an Account of their Diseases; Together with Instructions for the Rearing of Children from the hour of their Birth; and an Account of the Diseases of Infancy. By the Author of The Gentleman's Medical Pocket-Book.
1833
 

ANON. An Account of the Origin, Symptoms, and Cure of the Influenza or Epidemic Catarrh; with Some Hints Respecting Common Colds and Incipient Pulmonary Consumption.
1832
 

ANON. A true and approved art to be usefully employed in times of Fire and pestilence. [Caption title]. 4to broadside, with emblem & broad typographical border. Wide margins.
1830
 

ANON. Single and Double Hand Alphabet. [Caption title]. Oblong folio broadside. Wide typographical border.
1856
 

ANON. Plates Illustrating the Female Reproductive Organs.
1880
 

ANON. A Simple, and It Is Believed, Effectual Remedy, for the Yellow Fever. [Caption Title, in four lines]. Signed in type, at bottom: "A Citizen." 4to broadside. Old folds, slight loss on two folds. Also, other small holes, slightly affecting about a dozen letters. Foxed. Top & bottom edges uneven.
1804
 

ARISTOTLE Pseud. Aristotle's Master-Piece Completed. In Two Parts. The First containing the Secrets of Generation in all the Parts thereof....The Second Part Being a Private Looking-Glass for the Female Sex....
1793
 

ARISTOTLE Pseud.. The Works of Aristotle, the Famous Philosopher in Four Parts.
1813
 

ARISTOTLE Pseud.. The Works of Aristotle, the Famous Philosopher in Four Parts. Containing I. His Complete Master-Piece...II. His Experienced Midwife...III. His Book of Problems...IV. His Last Legacy...a New Edition.
1821
 

ARISTOTLE Pseud.. The Works of Aristotle, the Famous Philosopher in Four Parts. Containing I. His Complete Master-Piece...II. His Experienced Midwife...III. His Book of Problems...IV. His Last Legacy...a New Edition with Engravings.
1846
 

ARISTOTLE Pseud.. The Works of Aristotle, the Famous Philosopher in Four Parts. A New Edition.
1813
 

ATLEE, EDWIN A. An Inaugural Essay on the Influence of Music in the Cure of Diseases.
1804
 

BALL, ISAAC. An Analytical View of the Animal Economy.Calculated for the Students of Medicine, as Well as Private Gentlemen...
1808
 

BANKS, M.D., LUCIAN. Physician's Account Book. Juniata County, Pennsylvania. 1887-1892. 8 x 12.5 inches. 69 pp. Old boards, lined pages with alpha index. Ink. Spine separating.
1887
 

BANNING, ED. P. Dr. Banning's Lace, or Body Brace. [Caption title].
1850
 

BARD, SAMUEL. Enquiry into the Nature, Cause and Cure of the Angina Suffocativa, or, Sore Throat Distemper, As it is commonly called by the Inhabitants of this City and Colony.
1771
 

BARD, SAMUEL. A Compendium of the Theory and Practice of Midwifery, Containing Practical Instructions for the Management of Women, During Pregnancy, in Labour, and in Child-Bed....Third Edition--Enlarged.
1815
 

BARKER, JEREMIAH. Four (4) pp. ALS to Dr. Hathaway. Stroudwater, (Portland, District of Maine), November 25, 1801. Two sheets 7 x 11.5 inches. Browned, slight breaks at folds, edge wear. No cover.
1801
 

BARRY, A.C. A Treatise on the Human Hair, and the Formation of the Skin; with Directions for Preserving them in a State of Health. With Remarks Relative to the Treatment of Children's Hair, and important testimonies of the properties of the Tricopherous, or medicated compound...
1872
 

BARTLETT, J.S. The Physician's Pocket Synopsis; Affording a Concise View of the Symptoms and Treatment of the Medical and Surgical Diseases Incident to the Human Frame...together with the properties and doses of the Simples andCompounds of the National Pharmacopoeia of the United States. Alphabetically Arranged.
1822
 

BASSETT, DR. Catalogue. Dr. Bassett's Museum of Anatomy. [Wrapper title].
1879
 

BAYLE, A.L.J. and H. A Manual of General Anatomy, Containing a Concise Description of the Elementary Tissues of the Human Body. From the French...
1828
 

BEASLEY, HENRY. The Druggist's General Receipt Book: Comprising a Copious Veterinary Formulary, and Tables of Veterinary Materia Medica; Numerous Recipes in Patent and Proprietary Medicines...Perfumery and Cosmetics; Beverages, Dietetic Articles, and Condiments...Third American Edition, with Numerous Additions.
1857
 

BEAUMONT, WILLIAM. Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice, and the Physiology of Digestion.
1834
 

BEAUMONT, WILLIAM. The Physiology of Digestion, with Experiments on the Gastric Juice.
1847
 

BELDEN, L.W. An Account of Jane C. Rider, the Springfield Somnabulist...
1834
 

BELINAYE, HENRY. The Sources of Health and Disease in Communities; or, Elementary Views of "Hygiene," Illustrating Its Importance to Legislators, Heads of Families, &c.
1833
 

BELL, BENJAMIN. A System of Surgery. Extracted...by Nicholas B. Waters, M.D. Fellow of he College of Physicians of Philadelphia...Illustrated with Notes and Copperplates.
1791
 

BELL, CHARLES. A System of Dissections, Explaining the Anatomy of the Human Body, with the Manner of Displaying Parts, the Distinguishing the Natural from the Diseased Appearances...During a Course of Dissections. Vol. I-II.
1814
 

BELL, CHARLES. Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting.
1806
 

BELL, JOHN & D. FRAN All the Material Facts in the History of Epidemic Cholera: Being a Report of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, to the Board of Health...Second Edition, Enlarged and Improved.
1832
 

BELL, JOHN. Engravings of the Bones, Muscles and Joints.
1815
 

BELL, JOHN. Discourses on the Nature and Cure of Wounds. In Two Volumes [in one]. First American Edition.
1807
 

BEMIS, GEORGE. Report of the Case of John W. Webster, Master of the Arts and Doctor of Medicine of Harvard University...Indicted for the Murder of George Parkman, Master of Arts of Harvard University...Before the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts...
1850
 

BESANT, ANNIE. The Law of Population, Its Consequences and its Bearing Upon Human Conduct and Morals.
1886
 

BIGELOW, HENRY J. Ether and Chloroform: a Compendium of Their History, Surgical Use, Dangers, and Discovery.
1848
 

BIGELOW, HENRY JACOB Science and Success. A Valedictory Address Delivered to the Medical Graduates of Harvard University, at the Annual Commencement...
1859
 

BIGELOW, HORATIO R. Gynaecological Electro-Therapeutics. With an Introduction by Dr. George Apostoli. With Illustrations.
1890
 

BIGELOW, JACOB. Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine: to which is prefixed The Paradise of Doctors, a Fable.
1858
 

BIGELOW, JACOB. A Treatise on the Materia Medica, Intended as a Sequel to the Pharmacopoeia of the United States:
1822
 

BLATCHFORD, THOMAS W Observations on Equivocal Generation: Prepared as Evidence in a Suit for Slander.
1844
 

BLISS, ARTHUR AMES. Blockley Days. Memories and Impressions of a Resident Physician, 1883-1884.
1916
 

BLOOD, CHARLES E. & Three (3) Pharmacy Ledgers,1868-1889. Two ledgers 4.25” x 14," one 8” x 13." 700 pp. Contemp. board covers, well worn, large volume spine deteriorating, all pages very browned, slightly brittle. Pasted in prescriptions from other pharmacies.
1868
 

BOGIE, DR. WILLIAM T Dr. William T. Bogie's Account Book. 1891-1896 (mostly 1891-1893). Ledger 8 x 13 inches, 500 pp. Sueded leather covers. Alpha index, stamped numbered pages. Spine missing, pages intact. Includes receipt dated 1895, W.T. Bogie, Office Main Street, Alexander & Akins' Drug Store. Photo, 4 x 6 inches on card--possibly Dr. Bogie; 7 x 8.5 inch document from Tishomingo City, I.T. Jan. 1, 1893, physician's license, official stamp; 11 x 16 inches, printed (not filled) application for Woodmen Circle, edges worn & chipped.
1891
 

BOWDITCH, HENRY I. Consumption in New England and Elsewhere, or Soil-Moisture One of Its Chief Causes. Address delivered before the Massachusetts Medical Society...
1868
 

BOWKER, PIERPONT F. The Indian Vegetable Family Instructer: [!] Containing the Names and Descriptions of All the Most Useful Herbs and Plants That Grow in This Country, with Their Medicinal Qualities Annexed....With a Large List of Recipes, which have been carefully selected from Indian prescriptions...
1836
 

BRANSTON, THOMAS F. The Hand-Book of Practical Receipts, of Every-day Use; a Manual for the Chemist, Druggist, Medical Practitioner, Manufacturer, and Heads of Families...a Glossary of Terms Used in Chemistry and Medicine...First American, from the Second London Edition.
1857
 

BRIGHAM, AMARIAH. A Treatise on Epidemic Cholera; Including an Historical Account of Its Origin and Progress, to the Present Period....
1832
 

BRIMI, CARL L. Student Medical Notes. 1895-98. Rush Medical College, Chicago, Illinois. 267 pp. (1) Lectures on Therapeutics. 1895-96. Bound notebook, 99 pp. 8 x 12.75 inches. Board cover with leather tips, "Record" on cover, pencil. (2) Lectures on Surgery 1896-98. Bound notebook, 8.5 x 12. 5 inches, cloth with leather tips. 168 pp. Lined pages, legible ink. Some blank pages scribbled by child, no loss.
1895
 

BROCK, D.S. Brock's Cholera Mixture. [Caption title]. 4to. broadside (8-7/8" x 7-7/8"), signed in type by D.S. Brock, "Doctor of Medicine and Operative Surgery/ Carlinville, Illinois" at conclusion.
1850
 

BROOKS, DR. Late of The Physician's Assistant, Consisting of a Short and Comprehensivbe Materia Medica, Together with a Summary View of the Whole Practice of Physic, Surgery and Midwifery.
1833
 

BROOKS, JOHN. A Discourse Delivered Before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 9th June, 1795.
1795
 

BRYANT, HENRY. The Radical Cure of Inguinal Hernia; Being a Dissertation which Obtained the Boylston Prize for 1847...
1851
 

BUCHAN, WILLIAM. Domestic Medicine; or, the Family Physician...The Second American Edition, with considerable Additions, by the Author.
1774
 

BUCHAN, WILLIAM. Advice to Mothers, on the Subject of Their Own Health; and of the Means of Promoting the Health, Strength, and Beauty of Their Offspring.
1809
 

BUCHANAN, J.R. Vol. 5, for 1855.
1855
 

BUCHANAN, J.R. & T.V Old Series, Vol. 8, New Series, Vol. 1.
1849
 

BUCHANAN, JOSEPH R. Vol. IV for 1853.
1854
 

BUCHANAN, JOSEPH R. Sketches of Buchanan's Discoveries in Neurology.
1842
 

BUCHANAN, JOSEPH ROD Therapeutic Sarcognomy. The Application of Sarcognomy, the Science of the Soul, Brain and Body, to the Therapeutic Philosophy and Treatment of Bodily and Mental Diseases...
1891
 

BUCHANAN'S JOURNAL O Vol. I, Jan. 1849-June 1850.
1849
 

CALDWELL, CHARLES. Introductory Address on Independence of Intellect.
1825
 

CALDWELL, CHARLES. An Eulogium of Caspar Wistar, Professor of Anatomy....Delivered by Appointment, Before the Members of the Philadelphia Medical Society, and Published at Their Request.
1818
 

CAREY, MATHEW. A Short Account of the Malignant Fever, Lately Prevalent in Philadelphia...
1793
 

CAREY, MATHEW. A Short Account of the Malignant Fever, Lately Prevalent in Philadelphia... Fourth Edition, Improved.
1794
 

CARLISLE, ANTHONY. An Essay on the Disorders of Old Age, and on the Means for Prolonging Human Life.
1819
 

CARNOCHAN, J.M. Amputation of the Entire Lower Jaw, with Disarticulation of Both Condyles. With Plates.
1852
 

CARTER, J.E. The Botanic Physician, or Family Medical Adviser...a Materia Medica, Exclusively Botanical...to which is added a Dispensatory...Likewise a Treatise on the Diseases Peculiar to Women and Children. Written by A.H. Mathes.
1837
 

CASSIL, ANDREW. Wet Nursing receipt, May 1, 1772. Receipt, 1pp. signed by Andrew Cassil. Ink.
1772
 

CASTER, DR. PAUL. Advertising Photograph of the Caster & Morris House, Ottumwa, Iowa. Ca. 1875. 5.75” x 7.75” sepia toned mounted on heavy card stock with engraved frame. Significant fading, edges worn, tear at left side not affecting photo.
1875
 

CATLIN, GEORGE. The Breath of Life or Mal-Respiration. and its effects upon the enjoyments & life of man.
1872
 

CHADWICK, EDWIN. A Report on the Results of a Special Inquiry into the Practice of Interment in Towns. Made at the Request of Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department.
1845
 

CHANCE, EDWARD J. On the Nature, Causes, Variety, and Treatment of Bodily Deformities...In Two Parts. Part I (all published).
1862
 

CHANNING, WALTER Memoir of the Late Enoch Hale, M.D....
1848
 

CHANNING, WALTER. A Treatise on Etherization in Childbirth. Illustrated by Five Hundred and Eighty-One Cases.
1848
 

CHANNING, WALTER. On Some of the Diseases of the Female Urethra. Read Before the Suffolk District Medical Society, February 23, 1856. [Caption title].
1856
 

CHANNING, WALTER. Six Cases of Inhalation of Ether in Labor.
1847
 

CHAPIN, CHARLES V. Five (5) ALS's to Webster Knight, 1876-1879. Signed C.V. Chapin or C.V.C. All sheets 7.75 x10 inches, folded in half. Ink. 23 pp. Fine.
1876
 

CHAPMAN, E.N. Antagonism of Alcohol and Diptheria.
1878
 

CHAPMAN, HENRY C. A Manual of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology. With Thirty-Six Illustrations. Some of which are in colors.
1893
 

CHELIUS, J.M. A System of Surgery, Translated from the German, and Accompanied with Additional Notes and Observations, by John F. South.
1847
 

CLARK, ATHERTON. Medical Remedies. 1818. Front flyleaf reads: “Book of Recipes. Ashfield. 1818”. Inside back cover: “A. Clark, Jr.”. Small pocket book. Ca.35 pp. A few loose notes included. Contemp. marbled boards. Written in ink, very legible. Browned, overall tight. Good.
1818
 

CLARKE, EDWARD H. Visions: A Study of False Sight (Pseudopia). With an Introduction and Memorial Sketch by Oliver Wendell Holmes, M.D.
1878
 

CLATER, FRANCIS. Every Man His Own Cattle Doctor; or, a Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Horned Cattle: Being a Concise and Familiar Description of All the Diseases Incident to Oxen, Cows, and Sheep...
1817
 

COATES, REYNELL, M.D Syllabus of a Course of Popular Lectures on Physiology, With an Outline of the Principles Which Govern the Gradual Development of the Faculties of Mind and Body.
1840
 

COMBE, ANDREW. The Physiology of Digestion Considered with Relation to the Principles of Dietetics. With Illustrations.
1848
 

COOPER, SAMUEL. The First Lines of the Practice of Surgery: Being an Elemenmtary Work for Students, and a Concise Book of Reference for Practitioners. Part I. General Surgical Subjects. Part II. Particular Surgical Subjects. With Nine Plates. Second American, with an Appendix...
1815
 

COREY, V.B. Account Book of the Medical Practice of Dr. V.B. Corey, West Point, Illinois, 1860-70. Ink, in a legible hand.
1860
 

CORNAZ, C.A.E. Des abnormitres congeniales des yeux et de leurs annexes.
1848
 

COVENTRY, C.B. Epidemic Cholera: Its History, Causes, Pathology, and Treatment.
1849
 

COWLES, CHESTER. Dr. Chester Cowles Book of Medical Accounts. 1822-1834. Accounts Continued By One of His Sons, 1842-1864. Tall narrow ledger. 144 pp., plus few loose receipts. Calf covered boards, some signatures separating. Cover and tip wear. Pages browned, legible ink.
1822
 

COX, JOSEPH MASON. Practical Observations on Insanity...to which are Subjoined Remarks on Medical Jurisprudence as Connected with Diseased Intellect.
1811
 

COXE, JOHN REDMAN. Practical Observations on Vaccination: Or Inoculation for the Cow-Pock. Embellished with a Coloured Engraving...
1802
 

COXE, JOHN RODMAN, e THE AESCULAPIAN REGISTER. 1824. Vol. I, # 1 - 26. June 17 - Dec. 9, 1824. (All pub.).
1824
 

CROSS, CALEB. Town of Newburyport, To Caleb Cross...4 Quires of Quarantine Notices--$6.00, Newburyport, July 18th, 1806. Recd. Payment, C. Cross." [Caption title & text]. Narrow oblong 8vo. holograph bill.
1806
 

CULVERWELL, ROBERT J Guide to Health and Long Life: What To Eat, Drink, and Avoid; What Exercise to Take, How To Control and Regulate the Passions and Appetites; and on the General Conduct of Life...to which is added, a popular exposition of Liebig's Theory of Life, Health and Disease.
1856
 

CUMMING, KATE. A Journal of Hospital Life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee from the Battle of Shiloh to the End of the War...
1866
 

CURTIS, SPENCER M. Account Book of a Physician. 1845-1872 (most 1845-47). "Spencer M. Curtis" on flyleaf, also F.L. Todd. Tall lined folio, full contemp. sheep. 115 pp. Cover slightly separating, browned, slight water damage. Overall legible.
1845
 

CUTBUSH, EDWARD. A Discourse Delivered at the Opening of the Medical Institution of Geneva College...February 10, 1835.
1835
 

CUTLER, THOMAS. The Surgeon's Practical Guide in Dressing, and in the Methodic Application of Bandage. Illustrated by Numerous Engravings.
1838
 

CUTTER, WILLIAM T., Circular to Physicians and Others. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 1, 1862. The undersigned respectfully calls the attention of the Medica[l] Faculty of the United States to the following correspondence between a nu[mb]er of the most respectable and influential physicians of New York and Bro[ok]lyn and the writer. [Caption title & beginning of text]. Broadside, 18” x 9-5/8," lithographed text. Old folds, blank piece missing from upper right-hand margin, small elongated hole at top affecting part of three words (but not the sense), some spotty foxing, several marginal chips and tears, one with small cello tape repair on verso.
1862
 

DALE, JAMES W. Essay Upon the Question, Is Medical Science Favorable to Scepticism?
1839
 

DANA, JAMES F. Report on a Disease Afflicting Neat Cattle, in Burton, N.H. Read Before the New Hampshire Medical Society...June, 1822.
1822
 

DARLINGTON, WILLIAM. A Dissertation on the Mutual Influence of Habits and Disease. Submitted as an Inaugural Thesis...on the Fifth Day of June, 1804
1804
 

DAVIS, GWILYM. The Principles and Practice of Bandaging.
1891
 

DAVIS, PERRY. The People's Pamphlet. [Caption title].
1846
 

DAY, L. MEEKER. The Improved American Family Physician; or, Sick Man's Guide to Health: Containing a Complete Theory of the Botanic Practice of Medicine, on the Thomsonian and Hygeian System...also, a Complete Digest of Midwifery...
1833
 

DEAN, AMOS. Manual of Medical Jurisprudence. For the Use of His Class.
1840
 

DENTON, DR. EVERT. Medical Lecture & Practice Notebook,1826-1829. Inside cover; “E. Denton 139 South Fifth Philadelphia R.E. Denton”. Sq. 8vo. 175 pp. Contemp. calf bound notebook with orig. marbled boards, ink & pencil. Approx. Cover slightly separating, some pages loose with edge wear, a few pages torn out near end, browned.
1826
 

DESLANDES, L. Manhood; the Causes of Its Premature Decline, with Directions for Its Perfect Restoration; Addressed to Those Suffering from the Destructive Effects of Excessive Indulgence, Solitary Habits, &c....with Many Additions, by an American Physician. Tenth Thousand.
1843
 

DEWEES, WILLIAM. Treatise on the Diseases of Females.
1826
 

DICKSON, S. HENRY. Statements in Reply to Certain Publications from the Medical Society of South-Carolina.
1834
 

DIX, D.L. Memorial...praying an appropriation of land for the relief of the insane....To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled. [Caption title].
1850
 

DIX, D.L.. Memorial To the Legislature of Massachusetts. [Caption title].
1843
 

DIX, D.L.. Memorial To the Legislature of Massachusetts. [Caption title].
1843
 

DIXON, EDWARD H. Scenes in the Practice of a New York Surgeon. With Eight Illustrations, by Darley.
1856
 

DOANE, A. SIDNEY. Surgery Illustrated. Compiled from the Works of Cutler, Hind, Velpeau, and Blasius. With Fifty-Two Plates.
1836
 

DRAKE, DANIEL. A Systematic Treatise...on the Principal Diseases of the Interior Valley of North America....[First & Second Series].
1850
 

DUNGLISON, ROBLEY. On the Influence of Atmosphere and Locality; Change of Air and Climate; Seasons; Food; Clothing; Bathing; Exercise; Sleep, Corporeal and Intellectual Pursuits, &c, &c.
1835
 

DURKEE, SILAS. A Treatise on Gonorrhoea and Syphilis. Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged. With Eight Colored Illustrations.
1864
 

DYE, JOHN H. Painless Childbirth; or Healthy Mothers and Healthy Children. A Book for Women...Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
1882
 

EARLE, THOMAS. ALS, 3 pp., 4to, in ink, ca. 600 words, August 4, 1832, to Earle's brother John M. Earle, in Worcester, Mass.
1832
 

EIGHTS, JONATHAN. Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New-York, for the Year 1831. With the Annual Address...
1831
 

ELLIOTSON, JOHN. Numerous Cases of Surgical Operations Without Pain in the Mesmeric State; with Remarks Upon the Opposition of Many Members of the Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society and Others to the Reception of the Inestimable Blessings of Mesmerism.
1843
 

EMMONS, SAMUEL B. "Every Man His Own Physician." The Vegetable Family Physician: Containing a Description of the Roots and Herbs Common to This Country, with Their Medical Properties and Uses; also Directions for the Treatment of the Diseases Incident to Human Nature, by Vegetables Alone; Embracing Many Valuable Indian Recipes.
1842
 

ENGELMANN, GEORGE J. Birth- and Death-Rate as Influenced by Obstetric and Gynecic Progress. [Wrapper title.]
1902
 

EVANS, JOHN. Address to the Graduating Class of Rush Medical College on the Nature, Utility, and Obligations of the Medical Profession.
1850
 

EWELL, JAMES. The Medical Companion, or Family Physician; Treating of the Diseases of the United States...the Management and Diseases of Women and Children...an American Materia Medica...also the Nurse's Guide. The Seventh Edition, Revised, Enlarged, and Very Considerably Improved.
1827
 

EWELL, THOMAS. Statement of Improvements in the Theory and Practice of the Science of Medicine.
1819
 

FISHER, JOHN D. Description of the Distinct, Confluent, and Inoculated Small Pox, Varioloid Disease, Cow Pox, and Chicken Pox.
1829
 

FITCH, SAMUEL S. Six Lectures on the Uses of the Lungs; and Causes, Prevention, and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption, Asthma, and Diseases of the Heart; on the Laws of Longevity; and on the Mode of Preserving Male and Female Health to an Hundred Years. With 28 Illustrations.
1847
 

FLAGG, J.F.B. Ether and Chloroform: Their Employment in Surgery, Dentistry, Midwifery, Therapeutics, Etc.
1851
 

FLEMING, ALEXANDER E Penicillin: Its Practical Application.
1946
 

FORRY, SAMUEL. The Climate of the United States and Its Endemic Influences. Based Chiefly on the Records of the Medical Department and Adjutant General's Office, United States Army.
1842
 

FORT, TOMLINSON M.D. A Dissertation of the Practice of Medicine. Containing an Account of the Causes, Symptomns, and Treatment of Disease: an Adapted to the Use of Physicians and Families.
1849
 

FRANCIS, JOHN W. Anniversary Discourse Before the New-York Academy of Medicine...
1847
 

FREE WILL BAPTISTS. The Friend of Chastity: or an Inquiry into the Evils of Unchastity, and the Means of Its Removal. By a Friend of Virtue. Writtten at the Request of the F.W.B. General Conference.
1846
 

FREEMAN, GEORGE E. & Physician’s Daybook 1867-1868. Calf bound notebook with lined numbered pages. 12mo. 217 pp., ink & pencil, tight, slight spine separation. Book has a few farm account entries from an earlier date in a different hand. Flyleaf: Geo.E. Freeman in pencil. Also a pasted scrap dated Saturday April 10, 1875, with pencilled notes.
1867
 

FULLER, WM. Architecture of the Brain. Illustrated.
1896
 

FYFE, ANDREW. A Compendious System of Anatomy. In Six Parts....Illustrated with Twelve Large Copperplates. Extracted from the American Edition of the Encyclopedia. Now Publishing...
1792
 

GALLAUDET, THOMAS H. A Sermon Delivered at the Opening of the Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons...
1817
 

GALLUP, JOSEPH A. Sketches of Epidemic Diseases in ... Vermont ...
1815
 

GARDNER, MERCY. Cincinnati, August 1, 1834. James Gardner. To the Public. Gardner's Celebrated Vegetable Liniment, is now prepared only by Glascoe & Harrison...[Caption title & partial text]. Sm. 4to broadside, printed in two columns.
1835
 

GAY, MARTIN. A Statement of the Claims of Charles T. Jackson, M.D. to the Discovery of the Applicability of Sulphuric Ether to the Prevention of Pain in Surgical Operations.
1847
 

GERRISH, ANDREW. A Synopsis on the Prevention and Cure of Disease.
1841
 

GETCHELL, F.H. An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Science and Practice of Obstetrics. With Eighty-Four Large Plates and Numerous Wood-Cuts.
1885
 

GOOD, PETER M. Good's Family Flora: and Materia Medica Botanica. Containing the Botanical Analysis, Natural History, and Chemical and Medical Properties of Plants: Illustrated by Colored Engravings, of Original Drawings Taken from Nature. [Wrapper title]. In Ten Issues with Yellow or Brown Printed Wrappers (yellow wrappers printed in black & red). Plates 1-48.
1847
 

GRAHAM, SYLVESTER. A Lecture to Young Men, on Chastity. Intended Also for the Serious Consideration of Parents and Guardians. Fourth Edition.
1841
 

GRAVES, ROBERT. A Pocket Conspectus of the London and Edinburgh Pharmacopoeias...
1803
 

GRAY, JOSEPH B. Journal of Dr. Joseph B. Gray. 1864-1867 (mostly 1866). 225 pp. 9 x 11.25 inches. Alpha index. Bound with marbled boards, leather spine. "Room Papers" on cover. Few pages torn or missing, cover wear. Ink slightly fading.
1864
 

GREEN, HORACE. Report on the Use and Effect of Applications of Nitrate of Silver to the Throat, Either in Local or General Disease.
1856
 

GREENHOW, EDWARD H. On Diptheria.
1860
 

GRISCOM, JOHN H. The Sanitary Condition of the Laboring Population of New York. With Suggestions for Its Improvement....
1845
 

GUNN, JOHN C. Gunn's Domestic Medicine, or Poor Man's Friend...the Diseases of Men, Women and Children...Descriptions of Medicinal Roots and Herbs of the Western and Southern Country...Fourth Edition.
1835
 

GUNN, JOHN C. Gunn's Domestic Medicine, or Poor Man's Friend...the Diseases of Men, Women and Children...Descriptions of Medicinal Roots and Herbs of the Western and Southern Country...Eighth Edition.
1836
 

GUNN, JOHN C. Gunn's Domestic Medicine, or Poor Man's Friend...the Diseases of Men, Women and Children...Descriptions of Medicinal Roots and Herbs of the Western and Southern Country...Tenth Edition.
1838
 

GUNN, JOHN C. Gunn's Domestic Medicine, or Poor Man's Friend....Written for the Benefit of Families in the Western and Southern States. It also contains Descriptions of the Medicinal roots and herbs of the Western and Southern Country...
1834
 

HALE, EDWARD EVERETT How They Live in Boston, and How They Die There. [Caption title].
1869
 

HALE, EDWIN M. A Systematic Treatise on Abortion.
1866
 

HALE, ENOCH Jun. Boylston Medical Prize Dissertations for the Years 1819 and 1821. Experiments and Observations on the Communication Between the Stomach and the Urinary Organs, and on the Propriety of Administering Medicine by Injection into the Veins.
1821
 

HALL, MARSHALL. A Critical and Experimental Essay on the Circulation of the Blood; Especially as Observed in the Minute and Capillary Vessels of the Batrachia and of Fishes.
1835
 

HALL, S.W. & W.W. HA The Nature, Causes, Symptoms and Cure of Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. The Difference Between Bronchitis, Clergyman's Sore Throat, and Consumption....[Wrapper title].
1849
 

HALLETT, BENJAMIN F. The Arguments of Counsel in the Close of the Trial of Rev. Ephraim K. Avery, for the Murder of Sarah M. Cornell...Reported without Abridgment...Also a Literal Report of the Medical Testimony of Professor Walter Channing...
1833
 

HAMILTON, E.W. ALS, E.W. Hamilton to John H. Dawson, Concerning Vaccination Material. Ouachita, Arkansas. March 26, 1849. Sheet 8 x 10 inches. 1 p. Folded with integral address to New Orleans, Louisiana. Small cut at seal, no loss.
1849
 

HAMLIN, M.D., PHILO. Five (5) Account Books of Philo Hamlin, M.D. 1828-1874. Mifflintown, Juniata, Pennsylvania. 1258 pp. total. Written in ink. Each approx. 6.5" x 15.5". (1) 1828-40; with alpha index, plus eight scraps/receipts. (2) Ledger A: 1829-41, plus small notebook, 4" x 6", 20 pp. (3) Ledger B, 1836-74; with alpha index. (4) Ledger 1839-46. (5) Ledger 1846-72. 5 scraps/receipts. Each ledger in contemp. marbled boards, rubbed but sound.
1828
 

HAMMOND, WILLIAM A. Sexual Impotence in the Male.
1883
 

HAND, WM. M. The House Surgeon and Physician; Designed to Assist Heads of Families, Travellers, and Sea-Faring People...the Best American Remedies...by a Physician and Surgeon.
1820
 

HARRY, SAMUEL HAYES. "An Essay on Compound Dislocation of the Ancle[!] for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine in the University of Pennsylvania." Chester County, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, January 1832. [Probably not the final copy since it has two alternates for page seventeen and shows some corrections.] Mss., tied with ribbons at left edge; previous hand sewing removed. 8 x 10 inches. 20 pp. Previous tears repaired with archival tape. Browned, spots, very good.
1832
 

HATFIELD, MASSACHUSE This Paper is circulated for the purpose of obtaining a subscription for Doctor Peck to pay for his removal to this place as he was encouraged & the undersigned promise to pay the several sums afixed [!] to their respective names. [Caption title & text]. Dated Hatfield, [Mass.], March 8, 1837. 4to. Ms. document, in ink & pencil, 1-1/2 pages.
1837
 

HAYWARD, GEORGE. Remarks on the Comparative Value of the Different Anaesthetic Agents.
1850
 

HEINEN, HENRY. Gesundheits-Schatzkammer; oder kurze, deutliche und richtige Anweisung zur Erhaltung der Gesundheit...
1831
 

HENDERSON, THOMAS, M Hints on the Medical Examination of Recruits for the Army; And on the Discharge of Soldiers from the Service on Surgeon’s Certificate. Adapted to the Service of the United States.
1840
 

HENDRICKSON, JOHN JR Trial of...for the Murder of His Wife Maria, by Poisoning; at Bethlehem, Albany County, N.Y., March 6th, 1853...Reported and Compiled by David M. Barnes, of the Morning Express, and W.S. Hevenor, Assistant District Attorney of Albany County.
1853
 

HENKEL, DR. SOLOMON. Tinctura Aralie Composita. Compound Tincture of Aralia....This tincture is a powerful antiseptic...prepared only in New-Market, Shenandoah, Va.... [Caption title & partial text]. 8vo. broadside.
1835
 

HINES, DAVID THEO. The Life, Adventures and Opinions of David Theo. Hines, of South Carolina; Master of Arts, and, Sometimes, Doctor of Medicine;--alias, Dr. Hamilton, Col. Hamilton, Dr. Haynes [and 14 more doctors or military officers]...in a Series of Letters to His Friends. Written by Himself.
1840
 

HODGES, RICHARD M. Practical Dissections.
1858
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1846
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1843
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1840
 

HOHMAN, JOHANN GEORG Der Lang Verborgene Freund...
1846
 

HOHMAN, JOHN GEORGE. The Long Lost Friend. A Collection of Mysterious & Invaluable Arts & Remedies...
1856
 

HOHMAN, JOHN GEORGE. The Long Lost Friend. Or Faithful & Christian Instructions Containing Wondrous and Well-Tried Arts and Remedies, for Man as well as Animals, with Many Proofs of Their Virtue and Efficacy in Healing Diseases, &c....
1850
 

HOLLICK, FREDERICK. Outlines of Anatomy & Physiology, Illustrated by a New Dissected Plate of the Human Organization, and by Separate Views...with a Portrait of the Author.
1847
 

HOLLIS, THOMAS Chemi French Hair Dye. For coloring Grey, Red, or Light Hair A beautiful Black or Brown, Without coloring the Skin, or injuring the Hair...[Caption title & partial text]. Narrow folio broadside, with two identical ads printed thereon.
1840
 

HOLLIS, THOMAS. Ointment for the Itch, Salt Rheum, Ringworms, Pimples on the face...[Caption title]. Oblong broadside, 24" x 12".
1840
 

HOLMES, O. W. Currents and Counter-Currents in Medical Science. With Other Addresses and Essays.
1861
 

HOLMES, O.W. An Introductory Lecture, Delivered at the Massachusetts Medical College, November 3, 1847.
1847
 

HOLT, L. EMMETT. The Care and Feeding of Children. A Catechism for the Use of Mothers and Children's Nurses.
1894
 

HOMAN i.e. HOHMAN, J Die Land-und Haus-Apotheke, oder getreuer und grundlicher Unterricht fur den Bauer und Stadtmann, enthaltend die allerbesten Mittel, sowohl fur die Menschen als fur das Vieh besonders fur die Pferde. Nebst einem grossen Anhang von der Aechten Farberey...
1818
 

HOOPER, ROBERT. The Anatomist's Vade-Mecum: Containing the Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Body. Second American...Edition.
1809
 

HOOPER, ROBERT. The London Dissector; or, System of Dissection...comprising a Description of the Muscles, Vessels, Nerves, and Viscera of the Human Body, as They Appear on Dissection...First American from the Fifth London Edition.
1818
 

HOOPER, ROBERT. The Surgeon's Vade-Mecum: Containing the Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Treatment of Surgical Diseases. Accompanied by the Modern and Approved Methods of Operating, Select Formulae of Prescriptions, Latin and English, and a Glossary of Terms.
1813
 

HORNER, W.E. Catalogue of the Wistar, or Anatomical Museum of the University of Pennsylvania.
1850
 

HOSACK, DAVID. A Funeral Address...at the Interment of Doctor James Tillary, late President of the St. Andrew's Society of the City of New York.
1818
 

HOWE, LUKE. The Use and Application of an Improved Apparatus for Particular Fractures and Dislocations of the Extremities, Illustrated by Cuts and Cases, with Remarks. Republished from the "Boston Medical and Surgical Journal."
1840
 

HOWE, S.G. A Letter on the Sanitary Condition of the Troops in the Neighborhood of Boston, Addressed to His Excellency the Governor of Massachusetts.
1861
 

HUMPHREY, HOSEA. A Dissertation on Fire, or Miscellaneous Inquiries and Reflections Concerning the Operations of the Laws of Nature; with an Appendix, Containing Thoughts on Memory, Reflection, Decision, Muscular Motion, &c.
1814
 

HUNT, HARRIOT K. Glances and Glimpses; or Fifty Years Social, Including Twenty Years Professional Life.
1856
 

HYDE, DR. JOHN ANGIE Ledger of Freeport, Maine, Patient Accounts, in Two Volumes, 1792-97 & 1806-1818. In ink. Very good.
1806
 

INGALLS, WM. A Case of Typhus or Ship Fever, with Remarks.
1848
 

IVES, DR. ELI. An Oration, on Chemistry; Delivered Before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at New Haven, Dec. 9, 1802.
1803
 

JACKSON, JAMES C. The Sexual Organism, and Its Healthful Management.
1862
 

JACKSON, JAMES, Pres Proceedings of a Convention of Medical Delegates, Held at Northampton, in the State of Massachusetts, on the 20th Day of June, 1827.
1827
 

JACKSON, JAMES. An Eulogy on the Character of John Warren, M.D. Delivered at the Request of the...Massachusetts Medical Society.
1815
 

JACKSON, JAMES. A Memoir of James Jackson, Jr., M.D. With Extracts from His Letters to His France; and Medical Cases Collected By Him.
1835
 

JACKSON, JAMES. A Memoir of James Jackson, Jr., M.D. With Extracts from His Letters to His France; and Medical Cases Collected By Him.
1835
 

JACKSON, JAMES. Text Book of a Course of Lectures, on the Theory and Practice of Physic. Part First. For the Use of the Medical Students of Harvard University.
1825
 

JACKSON, JAMES. An Address Delivered at the Funderal of John Gorham, M.D. On the 31st Day of March, 1829, by the Appointment of the Boston Medical Association...
1829
 

JACKSON, SAMUEL. An Oration, delivered before the Philadelphia Medical Society, on the 22d of February, 1820
1820
 

JAHR, G.H.G. G.H.G. Jahr's Manual of Homoeopathic Medicine. Translated from the German. With Improvements and Additions by C. Hering, M.D. In Two Volumes [in one].
1836
 

JAHR, G.H.G. New Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and Posology, or the Preparation of Homoeopathic Medicines and the Administration of Doses. Translated, with Additions, by James Kitchen, M.D.
1842
 

JENNER, EDWARD. An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variole Vaccine, a Disease Discovered in some of the western counties of England...and known by the name of The Cow Pox. From the Second London Edition.
1802
 

JENNER, EDWARD. An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variole Vaccine, a Disease Discovered in some of the western counties of England...and known by the name of The Cow Pox. From the Second London Edition.
1802
 

JENNINGS, ISAAC. Medical Reform: a Treatise on Man's Physical Being and Disorders, Embracing an Outline of a Theory of Human Life, and a Theory of Disease--Its Nature, Cause and Remedy.
1847
 

JOSLIN, ELLIOTT P. The Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus. With Observations Upon the Disease Based Upon One Thousand Cases. Illustrated.
1916
 

KELLOGG, J.H. The Art of Massage: Its Physiological Effects and Therapeutic Applications.
1897
 

KNAPP, MOSES L. Address Delivered to the Graduating Class of the Indiana Medical College, at the Public Commencement, Feb. 18, 1847.
1847
 

KNOWLTON, CHARLES, M Fruits of Philosophy. An Essay on the Population Question. Second New Edition, With Notes.
1880
 

LA FONZO, ROBERT J. Indian Medical Journal: A Guide to Health. Vol. 3, No. 12 (all published??). At the top of the first leaf is a small printed purple slip indicating that Dr. La Fonzo has arrived at theAmerican House in Lowell, Mass.
1880
 

LAMBE, WILLIAM. Water and Vegetable Diet in Consumption, Scrofula, Cancer, Asthma, and Other Chronic Diseases. With Notes and Additions by Joel Shew.
1850
 

LARREY, DOMINQUE JEA Relation historique et chirurgicale de l'expendition de l'armee d'orient, en Egypte et en Syrie.
1803
 

LAWRENCE, WILLIAM. Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the Natural History of Man, Delivered at the Royal College of Surgeons. With Seven Engravings. [!]
1828
 

LE DRAN, HENRI F. [The Operation in] Surgery...Translated by Mr. Gataker, Surgeon. With Remarks, Plates of the Operations, and a Sett of Instruments, by Mr. Cheselden...the Third Edition.
1757
 

LEWIS, DIO. The New Gymnastics for Men, Women, and Children...with Three Hundred Illustrations. Fifth Edition.
1863
 

LEWIS, DIO. Dio Lewis' Monthly for Jolly Folks. Vol. I, # 1.
1881
 

LEWIS, WINSLOW, ET A The Journal of the Gynaecological Society of Boston; A Monthly Journal....Vol. I. July to December. 1869....
1869
 

LOBSTEIN, J.F. DANIE A Treatise Upon the Semeiology of the Eye, for the Use of Physicians; and of the Countenance for Criminal Jurisprudence.
1830
 

LOBSTEIN, J.F. DANIE A Treatise Upon the Semeiology of the Eye, for the Use of Physicians; and of the Countenance for Criminal Jurisprudence.
1830
 

LOBSTEIN, J.F. DANIE Proposal for Publishing by Subscription a Work Entitled Experiments and Observations on the Extraordinary Effects of Phosphorus in the Treatment of Different Diseases...[Caption title].
1824
 

LORD, F.W. Thirtieth Congress--Second Session. Report No. 114. House of Rep. Minority Report. W.T.G. Morton. February 28, 1849. [Caption title].
1849
 

LORD, J. L. & H. C. A Defence of Dr. Charles T. Jackson's Claims to the Discovery of Etherization.
1848
 

LUCAS, RACHEL. Remarkable Account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas, Daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham, (Conn.) As Written by Herself, and Attested By Her Family and Acquaintance.
1811
 

LUDLAM, R. A Valedictory Address to the Graduating Class of Hahnemann Medical College, Delivered February 27, 1862.
1862
 

MASSACHUSETTS GENERA Address of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital to the Public.
1814
 

MASSACHUSETTS GENERA Address of the Trustees of the Massachusetts General Hospital, to the Subscribers and to the Public. [Caption title].
1822
 

MATTESON, MRS. ANTON The Occult Family Physician; and Botanic Guide to Health: Comprising a Description of Many American and Foreign Plants, and Their Medical Virtues; with the Cause, Cure, and Prevention of Disease...
1894
 

MATTSON, MORRIS. The American Vegetable Practice, or a New and Improved Guide to Health, Designed for the Use of Families. In Six Parts. In Two Volumes [in one].
1841
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .Discovery to Prevent Pregnancy...
1847
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1855
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1851
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1848
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .Discovery to Prevent Pregnancy...
1847
 

MAURICEAU, A. M. The Married Woman's Private Medical Companion. . .
1852
 

McALLISTER, A. A Dissertation on the Medical Properties and Injurious Effects of the Habitual Use of Tobacco: Read, According to Appointment, Before the Medical Society of the County of Oneida, at Their Semi-Annual Meeting, January 5, 1830. Second Edition. Improved and enlarged, with an Introductory Preface, by Moses Stuart.
1832
 

MEAD, EDWARD. Report of the Chicago Retreat for the Insane.
1848
 

MENDENHALL, GEORGE. The Medical Student's Vade Mecum, Containing Examinations Upon Anatomy, Chemistry, Materia Medica, Surgery, Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics, and Poisons. Adapted to the use of Medical Students generally.
1844
 

METCALF, JOHN GEORGE Massachusetts Physician's Journal, 1826-32 (Journal "A"). Folio. 451 pp. Ink. Legible and sound.
1826
 

MILLER, SILVANUS. Address Delivered in Behalf of the New-York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, Before the New-York Forum; at the Conclusion of a Volunteer Debate for the Benefit of Said Institution, December 24, 1818.
1819
 

MILLSPAUGH, CHARLES American Medicinal Plants; an Illustrated and Descriptive Guide to the American Plants Used as Homoeopathic Remedies: Their History, Preparation, Chemistry, and Physiological Effects. Illustrated by the Author.
1887
 

MINER, THOMAS. Typhus Syncopalis, Sinking Typhus, or the Spotted-Fever of New-England, As It Appeared in the Epidemic of 1823, in Middletown, Connecticut.
1825
 

MITCHILL, SAMUEL L. A Discourse on the Life and Character of Thomas Addis Emmet, Pronounced by Request, in the New-York City-Hall, on the First Day of March, 1828.
1828
 

MITCHILL, SAMUEL L. An Act to Incorporate the Members of the New-York Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, Passed April 15, 1819. To which is added, the By-Laws, and the Names and Residence of the Officers and Directors...and a List of the Pupils.
1819
 

MITCHILL, SAMUEL L. A Discourse Pronounced by Request of the Society for Instructing the Deaf and Dumb...
1818
 

MOHR, JOHN H. Medical Guide in Treating All Internal & External Diseases of Horses, Mules and Neat Cattle.
1866
 

MOORE, JOHN. Medical Sketches; in Two Parts. The First American Edition.
1794
 

MORISON, JAMES. Fifth Edition of the Practical Proofs of the Soundness of the Hygeian System of Physicology...the Inestimable Value of Morison's Vegetable Universal Medicines...an Entirely New View of the Origin of the Small-Pox Virus...
1834
 

MORRIS, BENJAMIN. Dissertatio medica inauguralis, De angina vera seu inflammatoria.
1750
 

MORRIS, DR. JAMES CH Copy Book of Correspondence, 1889-1896. 4to. 495 pp. Record book of ink on tracing paper.
1889
 

MORTON. Proceedings in Behalf of the Morton Testimonial.
1861
 

MORTON. Thirtieth Congress--Second Session. Report No. 114. House of Rep. William T.G. Morton--Sulphuric Ether. February 23, 1849. [Caption title].
1849
 

MORTON. Thirtieth Congress--Second Session. Report No. 114. House of Rep. William T.G. Morton--Sulphuric Ether. February 23, 1849. [Caption title].
1849
 

MORTON. Thirty-Second Congress--First Session. House of Representatives. William T.G. Morton, M.D.--Sulphuric Ether. [Caption title].
1852
 

MORTON. Testimonial of Members of the Medical Profession of Philadelphia, New York, and Boston, in Behalf of Wm. T.G. Morton, M.D.
1860
 

MORTON. Historical Memoranda Relative to the Discovery of Etherization, and to the Connection With It of the Late Dr. William T.G. Morton. Prepared by the Committee of Citizens of Boston Chosen to Raise a Morton Testimonial Fund.
1871
 

MURRAY, WILLIAM. A Treatise on Emotional Disorders of the Sympathetic System of Nerves.
1867
 

MUSSEY, R.D. An Essay on the Influence of Tobacco Upon Life and Health.
1836
 

MUSSEY, REUBEN D., e CIRCULAR. The Officers of the Medical Institution of Dartmouth College, influenced by various considerations have thought proper to lay before the public a statement of the present situation and the resources of the Institution; that they may enable the public to judge how far the Institution may still be deserving the confidence and patronage which for many years it has so eminently experienced... [Caption title and partial text]. Broadsheet, 10” x 11." [2] pp., signed in type at conclusion by Dartmouth professors Reuben D. Mussey, Daniel Oliver, James Freeman Dana, and Usher Parsons; dated Dartmouth College, Hanover (N.H.), November 18th, 1820. Printing has been offset on a larger sheet which has been folded for mailing (no address), with traces of old wax seal. Lightly dust-soiled, small breaks along folds affecting a few words and characters but without serious loss, some marginal tears in upper blank margin closed, several old repairs made with paper on verso, &c. Very sound withal. Rare.
1820
 

NICHOLS, T.L. Eating to Live. The Diet Cure: an Essay on the Relations of Food and Drink to Health, Disease and Cure.
1888
 

NICHOLS, THOMAS L.. The Mysteries of Man: or, Esoteric Anthropology; a Comprehensive and Confidential Treatise on the Structure, Functions, Attractions and Perversions, True and False Physical and Social Conditions, and the Most Intimate Relations of Men and Women. Anatomical, Physiological, Therapeutical, and Obstetrical.
1865
 

NIGHTINGALE, FLORENC Notes on Nursing: What It Is, and What It Is Not.
1860
 

NORTH, ELISHA. A Treatise on a Malignant Epidemic, Commonly Called Spotted Fever; Interspersed with Remarks on the Nature of Fever in General, &c....
1811
 

NOXON, PETER. Medical Recipe and Patient Record Book. 1822-26. Notebook 6.75 x 8.25 inches. 160 pp. Ink. Marbled boards, calf spine. Some food recipes interspersed at a later date. Cover wear, browning, pages intact.
1822
 

NOYES, JOHN H. Male Continence.
1877
 

NOYES, T. R. Report on the Health of Children in the Oneida Community.
1878
 

OSGOOD, JOSEPH. Andover, Massachusetts, Physician’s Day Book. 1782-1788. Narrow folio. 230 pp. Contemp. calf, hand sewn binding. Pages browned, some signatures loosening, overall very good to fine.
1782
 

OSLER, WILLIAM & THO Modern Medicine. Its Theory and Practice in Original Contributions by American and Foreign Authors.
1907
 

OSLER, WILLIAM, M.D. Lectures on the Diagnosis of Abdominal Tumors Delivered to the Post-Graduate Class [at] Johns Hopkins University, 1893. Reprinted from The New York Medical Journal, 1894.
1895
 

OSLER, WILLIAM. The Principles and Practice of Medicine Designed for the Use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine.
1897
 

OTIS, Dr. CUSHING. Medical Account Book, Sept. 1801-1835. "Cushing Otis Book Sept. 1801 in ink on front endpaper; on spine a leather label: "Account Book Cushing Otis M.D. Scituate, Mass. 1801-36." Folio. Contemp. sheep, razor marked, gilt lettering on spine. 372 pp. Ink. Also 8 loose receipts.Some wear, but very sound.
1801
 

OTIS, GEORGE A. A Report on Amputations at the Hip-Joint in Military Surgery.
1867
 

OWEN, ROBERT DALE. Moral Physiology; or, a Brief and Plain Treatise on the Population Question.
1875
 

PALFREY, FRANCIS W. Have We the Best Possible Ambulance System?
1864
 

PARK, ROSWELL. An Epitome of the History of Medicine. Based Upon a Course of Lectures Delivered in the University of Buffalo. Second Edition.
1899
 

PARKER, EDWARD H. The Mother's Hand-Book: a Guide in the Care of Young Children.
1857
 

PARRIS, SAMUEL BARTL Remains...Comprising Miscellaneous Poems and Essays, Selected from His Manuscripts; with a Biographical Sketch of the Author.
1829
 

PARRISH, JOSEPH. An Inaugural Dissertation on the Influence of the Passions Upon the Body, in the Production and Cure of Diseases: Submitted to the Examination...the Trustees and Medical Faculty of the University of Pennsylvania...
1805
 

PARSONS, USHER. Boylston Prize Dissertations on 1. Inflammation of the Periosteum. 2. Eneuresis Irritata. 3. Cutaneous Diseases. 4. Cancer of the Breast. Also, Remarks on Malaria.
1839
 

PARSONS, USHER. Report of the Committee on Medical Sciences, Presented at the Third Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, Cincinnati, May, 1850.
1850
 

PARSONS, USHER. Sailor's Physician, Containing Medical Advice, for Seamen and Other Persons at Sea...Second Edition.
1824
 

PASCALIS, FELIX. An Exposition of the Dangers of Interment in Cities; Illustrated by an Account of the Funeral Rites and Customs of Hebrews, Greeks, Romans, and Primitive Christians...and by Chemical and Physical Principles...
1823
 

PATTISON, GRANVILLE A Refutation of Certain Calumnies Published in a Pamphlet, Entitled, "Correspondence Between Mr. Granville Sharp Pattison and Mr. Nathaniel Chapman."
1820
 

PATTISON, GRANVILLE A Refutation of Certain Calumnies Published in a Pamphlet, Entitled "Correspondence Between Mr. Granville Sharp Pattison and Dr. Nathaniel Chapman."
1820
 

PATTISON, GRANVILLE A Lecture Delivered in Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia...on the Question "Has the Parotid Gland Ever Been Extirpated?"
1833
 

PEMBERTON, CHRISTOPH A Practical Treatise on Various Diseases of the Abdominal Viscera. First American Edition.
1815
 

PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITA The Committee appointed to prepare an Account of the Monies received from the Legislature of Pennsylvania towards erecting additional buildings to the Pennsylvania Hospital, and of the consequent expenditures---- [beginning of text].
1803
 

PERHAM, DR. JOSEPH. Dr. Joseph Perham's Medical Record. Buxton, (Maine). September 4, 1828 to October 24, 1829. 45 pp. filled. No cover, 6.5 x 8 inches, tied signatures slightly loose. Bright ink. Pages browned.
1828
 

PHARMACEUTICAL ERA. 150 Sample Advertisements for Druggists. A collection of sample advertisements originally published in The Pharmaceutical Era for the guidance of druggists in preparing their advertising matter for local use. Illustrated. Second edition.
1897
 

PHILADELPHIA COMMITT Minutes of the Proceedings of the Committee...To Attend To and Alleviate the Sufferings of the Afflicted with the Malignant Fever Prevalent in the City...
1794
 

PHILADELPHIA MEDICAL First Report of the Committee...on Quack Medicines...
1828
 

PIERCE, STEPHEN or S Vermont Physician's Account Book, 1796-1805, Narrow Tall Folio, 112 pp., in ink,, five separately sewn signatures.
1796
 

POPE, ALBERT A. The Bicycle in Relation to Health.
1894
 

POWELL, W. BYRD. The Natural History of the Human Temperaments; Their Laws in Relation to Marriage, and the Fatal Consequences of Their Violation to Progeny, with the Indications of Vigorous Life and Longevity: Followed by a Fugitive Essay on the Protection of Society against Crime.
1856
 

PRIEST, MICHAEL L. Medical Companion. Treating According to the Most Successful Practice of the Diseases to Which Man is Subject. With a Description of Vegetable Medicines, and the Manner of Preparing and Using Them. Also, a Description of Roots and Herbs. To which is added an Essay on Hygeia; Or, the Art of Preserving Health and Prolong Life.
1838
 

QUINCY, JOHN. The American Medical Lexicon, on the Plan of Quincy's Lexicon Physico-Medicum, with Many Retrenchments, Additions, and Improvements...
1811
 

RALPH, JOSEPH. Seminalia; or, an Enquiry into the Symptoms, Consequences, Causes, Signs, Nature andTreatment of Seminal Diseases, Whether Arising from Abuse, Excess or Irregularity in Either Sex; Including Spermatorrhoea, Stricture, Impotence, Seminal Cleet...
1865
 

RATIER, F.S. Practical Formulary of the Parisian Hospitals; Exhibiting the Prescriptions Employed by the Physicians and Surgeons of Those Establishments...
1830
 

RAU, SIMON. Patentirter Wurm-Thee. [Caption title]. Oblong 4to broadside.
1840
 

RAY, ISAAC. Conversations on the Animal Economy; Designed for the Instruction of Youth and the Perusal of General Readers.
1829
 

REDFIELD, J.W. Outlines of a New System of Physiognomy. Illustrated by Numerous Engravings, Indicating the Location of the Signs of the Different Mental Faculties.
1849
 

REED, WILLIAM HOWELL Hospital Life in the Army of the Potomac.
1866
 

REESE, DAVID MEREDIT Humbugs of New-York: Being a Remonstrance Against Popular Delusion; Whether in Science, Philosophy, or Religion.
1838
 

RHEES, B. RUSH. An Address Delivered March 8, 1825, in the Hall of the Medical Faculty of Jefferson College, Located in Philadelphia.
1825
 

RICHARDSON, JOSEPH. Ledger Accounts for Russell & Co., Boston, 1831-32. Folio. 50 pp., plus other materials. Contemp. calf backed marbled boards, somewhat loose.
1831
 

RICHARDSON, JOSIAH. The New-England Farrier, and Family Physician; Containing Firstly Paul Jewett's Farriery...Secondly, A Collectiion of Brutal Receipts...Thirdly, a very valuable collection of Receipts for Human Diseases...Fifthly, an Extraordinary English Author...Sixthly A large number of Valuable Receipts from Capt. Joseph Smith...Seventhly A very large number of Miscellaneous Receipts...Last of All, Doct. J. Williams' Family Physician...
1828
 

RICKETSON, SHADRACH. Means of Preserving Health, and Preventing Diseases: Founded principally on an attention to Air and Climate, Drink, Food, Sleep, Exercise, Clothing, Passions of the Mind, and Retentions and Excretions...
1806
 

RIVERS, HENRY WHEATO Acciden(t:) Popular Directions for the Immediate Treatment; with Observations on Poisons and Their Antidotes.
1845
 

ROBERTSON, F.K. The Book of Health, or Thomsonian Theory and Practice of Medicine, Including the Latest Views of Physiology, Pathology, and Therapeutics...also, Descriptions of Disease, Medical Practice, and Materia Medica, by Silas Wilcox...
1843
 

ROBERTSON, W.S. Medical Index and Rerum Ledger, 1874, Muscatine, Iowa, by W.S. Robertson, Camden.
1874
 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM S Holograph Autobiography, 6 pp., with rough draft; three letters to Dr. Stephenson 1861-1889, seven pamphlets (11-50 pp. each) from the Medical Dept., State University of Iowa 1878-1883, one pamphlet Iowa State Board of Health on Cholera, two pamphlets by Dr. Stephenson; "Sanitary Science and Public Hygiene," 9 pp., 1885, and “Over-Pressure in Schools,” 11 pp., 1885, one news clipping on auction of his papers Quad-City Times, July 14, 1982. Bottom of one pamphlet has small hole through, no loss, other items browned, foxed, overall good.
1861
 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM S Class and Clinical Notebook, Bellevue Medical College, NY. 1868-1869. 80 pp. Oblong 12mo. Contemp. calf. Cover detached, ink & pencil. Some smearing of pencil, crossing out in pencil, and browning. “W.S. Robertson” on flyleaf, set in schedule of classes at Bellevue.
1868
 

ROBERTSON, WILLIAM S “The Physician’s Diary” for 1869. Flyleaf: “Presented to Dr. W.S. Robertson by Neal & Garner, Druggists, Columbus City, Iowa”. 296 pp. 4”x6.25”. Printed & holograph. Leather-bound pocketbook, leather flap binding. Gilt edge.
1869
 

ROOT, HARMON KNOX. The People's Medical Lighthouse; a Series of Popular and Scientific Essays....Marriage Guide...Illustrated with 65 Rare and Interesting Engravings. Eighth Edition.
1854
 

ROSENTHAL, M. A Clinical Treatise on the Diseases of the Nervous System. With a Preface by Professor Charcot. Translated from the Author's Revised and Enlarged Edition by L. Putzel, M.D.
1879
 

RUGGLES, JAMES L. The Offering: A Collection of Prose and Poetry.
1848
 

SAUNDERS, JOHN CUNNI A Treatise on Some Practical Points Relating to the Diseases of the Eye...to which is added, a Short Account of the Author's Life, and His Method of Curing the Congenital Cataract, by...J.R. Farre, M.D. The Whole Illustrated by Coloured Engravings.
1811
 

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM. A Treatise on the Structure, Economy, and Diseases of the Liver: together with an Inquiry into the Properties and Component Parts of the Bile and Bilary Concretions.
1810
 

SAUNDERS, WILLIAM. A Treatise on the Structure, Economy, and Diseases of the Liver; Together with a Inquiry Into the Properties and Component Parts of the Bile and Biliary Concretions.
1797
 

SAY, DOCT. BENJAMIN. An Annual Oration Pronounced Before the Humane Society of Philadelphia, on the Objects and Benefits of Said Institution.
1799
 

SELLMAN, DR. JOHN. Patient Visits. 1838-1849. Sm. folio. 200 pp. Ink. Contemp. sheep. Lined paper. Inside flyleaf separating, browned, paid entries crossed out, bright, legible.
1838
 

SEWALL, R.K. Sketches of St. Augustine. With a View of Its History and Advantages as a Resort for Invalids.
1848
 

SEWALL, THOMAS. A Lecture, Delivered at the Opening of the Medical Department of the Columbian College in the District of Columbia...
1826
 

SEWALL, THOMAS. A Lecture, Delivered at the Opening of the Medical Department of the Columbian College by the District of Columbia; March 30, 1825. Second Edition.
1826
 

SEWALL, THOMAS. A Lecture, Delivered at the Opening of the Medical Department of the Columbian College in the District of Columbia; March 30, 1825. Second Edition.
1826
 

SHATTUCK, DR. Small Pox Recipe. n.d, ca. 1840s. 4to leaf printed on one-half, folded to 8vo. Ink & printed, written both sides on brochure of "Dentistry. Dr. Shattuck, of Colchester, Conn....” Browned, small holes at folds & edges. “Recipe sent a Merchant of Boston from England Cure for Small Pox”.
1840
 

SHATTUCK, GEORGE C. Three Dissertations on Boylston Prize Questions for the Years 1806 and 1807....
1808
 

SHATTUCK, LEMUEL. Letter to the Secretary of State on the Registration of Births, Marriages, and Deaths in Massachusetts.
1845
 

SHATTUCK, LEMUEL. Report of a General Plan for the Promotion of Public and Personal Health, Devised, Prepared and Recommended by the Commissioners Appointed Under a Resolve of the Legislature of Massachusetts, Relating to a Sanitary Survey of the State.
1850
 

SHEW, JOEL. The Water-Cure Manual...together with Descriptions of Diseases, and the Hydrophatic Means to be Employed Therein.
1848
 

SKINNER, B.F. On the Conditions of Elicitation of Certain Eating Reflexes. [Wrapper title].
1830
 

SMELLIE, WILLIAM. A Set of Anatomical Tables, With Explanations, and An Abridgement of the Practice of Midwifery....First Worcester Edition.
1793
 

SMITH, ASHBEL. The Cholera Spasmodica, as Observed in Paris in 1832: Comprising Its Symptoms, Pathology, and Treatment. Illustrated by Cases.
1832
 

SMITH, DENIS E. Leaves From a Physician's Journal.
1867
 

SMITH, J. LEWIS. A Treatise on the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.
1869
 

SMITH, JOSEPH MATHER A Discourse on the Epidemic Cholera Morbus of Europe and Asia; Delivered as an Introductory Lecture, at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York, November 9, 1831.
1831
 

SMITH, NATHAN R. A Physiological Essay on Digestion.
1825
 

SMITH, NATHAN R. "Lectures Delivered at the University of Maryland by Nathan R. Smith, M.D., Professor of Surgery. 1831-2." Manuscript Notebook, Carefully Written, Presumably by a Student of Smith. 6.5 x 7.75 inches. 152 pp. Contemp. boards, top cover separated. Pages browned, brittle. Legible ink.
1831
 

SMITH, NATHAN. Medical and Surgical Memoirs...Edited with Addenda, by Nathan R. Smith, M.D.
1831
 

SMITH, TRUMAN. Anaesthesia! The Greatest Discovery of the Age! Who Is Entitled to the Credit of It? [Caption title].
1859
 

SPALDING, LYMAN. An Address Delivered, at Fairfield...at the Inauguration of the Officers of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, of the Western District of...New-York.
1814
 

SPRATT, G. Obstetric Tables: Comprising Graphic Illustrations, with Descriptions and Practical Remarks; Exhibiting on Dissected Plates Many Important Subjects in Midwifery. First American Edition, from the Fourth and Greatly Improved London Edition, Carefully Revised, and With Additional Notes and Plates.
1850
 

STEARNS, SAMUEL. An Account of the Terrible Effects of the Pestilential Infection in the City of Philadelphia. With an Eulogy on the Deaths of the People....
1793
 

STEEL, JOHN H. An Analysis of the Mineral Waters of Saratoga and Ballston, with practical remarks on their use in various diseases. Containing Observations on the Geology and Mineralogy of the surrounding country, with a Geological Map. Second edition, enlarged and improved.
1825
 

STEVENS, ALEXANDER H A Plea for Humanity in behalf of Medical Education: the Annual Address Delivered before the New-York State Medical Society, and Members of the Legislature...
1849
 

STEVENSON, JOHN. On the Morbid Sensibility of the Eye, Commonly Called Weakness of Sight.
1815
 

STOKES, WILLIAM. A Treatise on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Chest. Diseases of the Lung and Windpipe.
1839
 

STONE, WILLIAM L. Letter to Dr. A. Brigham, on Animal Magnetism: Being an Account of a Remarkable Interview Between the Author and Miss Loraina Brackett While in a State of Somnambulism.
1837
 

STORER, HORATIO JR. The Mutual Relations of the Medical Profession, Its Press, and the Community.
1872
 

SUNDERLAND, LA ROY E The Magnet: Devoted to the Investigation of Human Physiology. [Printed cover wrapper title]. Vol. II, # 1-6.
1843
 

SWAIM, WILLIAM. A Treatise on Swaim's Panacea: Being a Recent Discovery for the Cure of Scrofula or King's Evil, Mercurial Disease, Deep-Seated Syphilis, Rheumatism, and All Disorders Arising from a contaminated and impure state of the Blood; with Cases Illustrating Its Success.
1825
 

TALLMADGE, JAMES. Report of a Committee of the Regents of the University, Appointed to Visit the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New-York. Made to the Regents, January 12, 1826.
1826
 

TAYLOR, ALFRED S On Poisons in Relation to Medical Jurisprudence and Medicine. Second American from the Second and Revised London Edition
1859
 

TAYLOR, CHARLES FAYE On the Mechanical Treatment of Disease of the Hip-Joint.
1873
 

THACHER, JAMES. Observations on Hydrophobia, Produced by the Bite of a Mad Dog...
1812
 

THACHER, JAMES. American Modern Practice; or, a Simple Method of Prevention and Cure of Disease...a Practical System Adapted to the Use of Medical Practitioners of the United States...
1817
 

THACHER, JAMES. American Medical Biography: or Memoirs of Eminent Physicians Who Have Flourished in America. To which is Prefixed a Succinct History of Medical Science in the United States...Two Volumes in One.
1828
 

THACHER, JAMES. American Medical Biography: or Memoirs of Eminent Physicians Who Have Flourished in America. To which is Prefixed a Succinct History of Medical Science in the United States...Two Volumes in One.
1828
 

THOMAS, ROBERT. The Modern Practice of Physic, Exhibiting the Character, Causes, Symptoms, Prognostics, Morbid Appearances, and Improved Method of Treating the Diseases of All Climates. Sixth American...Edition. With an Appendix by David Hosack...
1822
 

THOMAS, ROBERT. The Modern Practice of Physic, Exhibiting the Character, Causes, Symptoms, Prognostics, Morbid Appearances, and Improved Method of Treating the Diseases of All Climates. Fourth American...Edition. With an Appendix by David Hosack...[With written pages of notes, ca. 1825-30, loose in book, 85 pp. most 4 x 6 inches, ink.
1817
 

THOMPSON, BENJAMIN. The Doctor's Defence; Exhibiting the Superiority of the Thomsonian System of Medicine, in Relieving and Curing Disease...to which is added, Some Account of the Cholera, and Its Treatment on the Thomsonian Plan...
1833
 

THOMSON, CYRUS. Dr. Thomson's Materia Medica: a Book for Everybody; Comprising a Complete Treatise upon the Laws of Life and Health, the Pathology of Disease...Descriptions and Illustrations of the Vegetables principally used in his Practice, and the Recipes for Preparing all of His Medicines. Designed to be a Substitute for the Family Physician.
1863
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. New Guide to Health; or, Botanic Family Physician. Containing a Complete System of Practice, On a Plan Entirely New; with a Description of the Vegetables Made Use Of, and Directions for Preparing and Administering Them to Cure Disease. To which is Prefixed, a Narrative of the Life & Medical Discoveries of the Author. Third Edition.
1832
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. A Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson; Containing an Account of His System of Practice, and the Manner of Curing Disease with Vegetable Medicine, Upon a Plan Entirely New; to which is added An Introduction to his New Guide to Health...Written by Himself.
1822
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. New Guide to Health; or, Botanic Family Physician...to which is prefixed a Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of the Author. Second Edition. [and] New Guide to Health; or Botanic Family Physician...to which is added A Description of several cases of Disease attended by the Author, with the mode of treatment and cure. Second Edition.
1825
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. A Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson; Containing an Account of His System of Practice, and the Manner of Curing Disease with Vegetable Medicine, Upon a Plan Entirely New; to which is added An Introduction to his New Guide to Health...Written by Himself.
1822
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. New Guide to Health; or Botanic Family Physician. Containing a Complete System of Practice, Upon a Plan Entirely New; with a Description of the Vegetables Made Use of, and Directions for Preparing and Administering Them to Cure Disease. To which is Prefixed a Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of the Author. [Complete title].
1822
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. A Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson: Containing an Account of His System of Practice and the Manner of Curing Disease with Vegetable Medicine, Upon a Plan Entirely New....Fifth Edition. Written by Himself.
1829
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. New Guide to Health; or, Botanic Family Physician. Containing a Complete System of Practice, On a Plan Entirely New; with a Description of the Vegetables Made Use Of, and Directions for Preparing and Administering Them to Cure Disease. To which is Added, a Description of Several Cases of Disease Attended by the Author, with the Mode of Treatment and Cure.
1838
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. New Guide to Health; or Botanic Family Physician. Containing a Complete System of Practice...to which is Prefixed, a Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of the Author. [Bound with] New Guide to Health; or, Botanic Family Physician. Containing a Complete System of Practice, On a Plan Entirely New; with a Description of the Vegetables Made Use Of, and Directions for Preparing and Administering Them to Cure Disease. To which is Added, a Description of Several Cases of Disease Attended by the Author, with the Mode of Treatment and Cure.
1835
 

THOMSON, SAMUEL. New Guide to Health; or Botanic Family Physician. Containing a Complete System of Practice...to which is Prefixed, a Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of the Author.
1835
 

THORNTON, WILLIAM. Cadmus: or, a Treatise on the Elements of Written Language, Illustrating, by a philosophical division of Speech, the power of each character, thereby mutually fixing the Orthography and Orthoepy. With an Essay on the mode of teaching the Surd of Deaf, and consequently Dumb, to Speak.
1793
 

TICKNOR, LUTHER. The Annual Address to the Candidates for Degrees and Licenses, in the Medical Institution of Yale College, January 20, 1841.
1841
 

TIFFANY, FAVEL B., M Tobacco: Its Effects Upon the Eye-Sight, Second Paper [wrapper title]. Kansas City, Mo.: Karges & Cartwright Bldg., 13th & Grand Ave. May 25, 1890.
1890
 

TOUSEY, DR. THOMAS. Dr. Thomas Tousey/ Toucey’s Daybook. 1751-1759. Newtown, Connecticut.  4 x 6 inches. 134 pp. Disbound, no cover. Some pages cut in half, edges chipped & frayed. Browned and foxed.
1751
 

TOWNSEND, PETER S. Result of Observations Made Upon the Black Vomit, or Yellow Fever, at Havana and New York. Communicated to the Board of Health and Common Council of the City of New-York. Read to the Board of Health and Common Council of the City of New-York, and Published in the New-York Medical Journal...February, 1831.
1831
 

TYSON, JOB R. Memoir of Thomas C. James, M.D., One of the Vice Presidents of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania...
1836
 

U.S. SANITARY COMMIS Narrative of Privations and Sufferings of United States Officers and Soldiers While Prisoners of War in the Hands of the Rebel Authorities...with an Appendix, Containing the Testimony.
1864
 

UPHAM, THOMAS C. Outlines of Imperfect and Disordered Mental Action.
1840
 

UTLEY, MARY E. Mary E. Utley’s Cookbook. Includes Household Hints and Medical Remedies. Circa 1880s-1930s. Notebook. Large 8vo. 53 pp. Paper cover with title, loose spotted pages, edges frayed. Ink & pencil. Few loose newspaper recipes. Legible.
1880
 

VARLO, CHARLES. A New System of Husbandry...shewing how to raise good crops without manure...a new discovered cheap food for cattle, of cabbage and turnip husbandry...grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America...a new invented thrashing floor, also many chosen receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all sorts of cattle...How to put a stop to runaway Servants.
1785
 

VARLO, CHARLES. A New System of Husbandry...shewing how to raise good crops without manure...a new discovered cheap food for cattle, of cabbage and turnip husbandry...grains and grasses suitable for the land and climate of America...a new invented thrashing floor, also many chosen receipts in Physic and Surgery, for the Human Species, and others for the cure of all sorts of cattle...How to put a stop to runaway Servants.
1785
 

VOUGHT, JOHN G. A Treatise on Bowel Complaints; Intended for the Use of Families, Parents, Masters of Vessels, &c. in the United States.
1823
 

WADE, GEORGE. George Wade, (Late Goulding & Ford,) Manufacturer of Surgical and Dental Instruments, Trusses, Syringes and Fine Cutlery, Gold and Silver Electro-Plater, No. 85 Fulton Street, New York. [Caption title]. 3 pp. 4to leaflet.
1870
 

WALKER, ALEXANDER. The Anthropological Works...A New Edition. In Three Volumes.
1845
 

WALLACE, WILLIAM CLA A Treatise on the Eye. Containing Discoveries of the Causes of Near and Far Sightedness, and of the Affections of the Retina, with Remarks on the Use of Medicines as Substitutes for Spectacles. Second Edition.
1839
 

WALTER, WILLIAM. A Discourse Delivered Before the Humane Society of…Massachusetts, at the Semiannual Meeting Twelfth of June, 1798.
1798
 

WARE, JOHN. Remarks on the History and Treatment of Delirium Tremens. From the Transactions of the Massachusetts Medical Society.
1831
 

WARNER, HARRIOT, W. Autobiography of Charles Caldwell, M.D. With a Preface, Notes, and Appendix.
1855
 

WARREN, EDWARD. The Life of John Warren, M.D., Surgeon-General During theWar of the Revolution; First Professor of Anatomy and Surgery in Harvard College; President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, Etc.
1874
 

WARREN, EDWARD. Some Account of the Letheon: or, Who Is the Discoverer? Third Edition.--Revised and Enlarged.
1847
 

WARREN, J. MASON. Rhinoplastic Operations. With Some Remarks on the Autoplastic Methods Usually Adopted for the Restoration of Parts Lost by Accident or Disease.
1840
 

WARREN, JOHN C. The Preservation of Health. With Remarks on Constipation, Old Age, Use of Alcohol in the Preparation of Medicines.
1854
 

WARREN, JOHN C. The Introductory Discourse and Lectures Delivered in Boston, Before the Convention of Teachers, and Other Friends of Education, Assembled to Form the American Institute of Instruction. August 1830.
1831
 

WARREN, JOHN C., et Preventatives and Remedies for the Cholera, as Recommended by the Board of Consulting Physicians, by Request of the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Boston.
1832
 

WARREN, JOHN COLLINS A Letter Addressed to a Republican member of the House of Representatives of the State of Massachusetts on the Subject of a Petition for a New Incorporation, to be entitled, "A College of Physicians."
1812
 

WATERHOUSE, BENJAMIN Oratio Inauguralis, quam in Academia Harvardiana, Cantabrigiae Novanglorum...MDCCLXXXIII.
1829
 

WATERHOUSE, BENJAMIN On the Principle of Vitality. A Discourse Delivered in the First Church in Boston, Tuesday, June 8th, 1790. Before the Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
1790
 

WATERHOUSE, BENJAMIN Cautions to Young Persons Concerning Health, in a Public Lecture Delivered at the Close of the Medical Course in the Chapel at Cambridge [Mass.], November 20, 1804; Containing the General Doctrine of Dyspepsis and Chronic Diseases; Shewing the Evil Tendencies of the Use of Tobacco Upon Young Persons; More Especially the Pernicious Effects of Smoking Cigars. With Observations on the Use of Ardent and Vinous Spirits. Fifth Edition with Additional Notes.
1822
 

WATERMAN, JOHN R. Waterman's Specific Plaster, For Inflammation, &c. [Caption title]. Narrow 4to broadside.
1842
 

WEBSTER, KIMBALL DAV Physician and Dentist's Account Book, 1841-1856. 160 pp. 13 loose receipts 1843-1853. Tall lined folio with contemp. marbled boards and calf spine. Ink & pencil with alphabetical index. Binding slightly loose. Very legible.
1841
 

WELLS, WILLIAM CHARL An Essay on Dew, and Several Appearances Connected With It. The Second Edition.
1815
 

WELLS. Dr. Wells, the Discoverer of Anaesthesia.
1860
 

WELLS. Dr. Wells, the Discoverer of Anaesthesia.
1870
 

WHITE, JAMES T. White's Physiological Manikin.
1889
 

WILLARD, EMMA Theory of Circulation by Respiration. Synopsis of Its Principles and History.
1861
 

WILLIAMS, JOHN. Dr. John Williams' Last Legacy, and Useful Family Guide.
1826
 

WILSON, JOB. An Inquiry Into the Nature and Treatment of the Prevailing Epidemic, Called Spotted Fever....
1815
 

WINDSHIP, CHARLES W. An Introductory Discourse on the Phenomena of Vitality, or Laws of Mobility and Motion in Animal Bodies. Delivered in...1817, by the Request of Dr. Ingalls, Professor of Anatomy and Surgery.
1818
 

WINDSHIP, CHARLES W. An Introductory Discourse on the Phenomena of Vitality, Or Laws of Mobility and Motion in Animal Bodies. Delivered in the Hall of the Exchange Coffee House, 1817, at the Request of Dr. Ingalls, Professor of Anatomy and Surgery.
1818
 

WINSLOW, FORBES. On Obscure Diseases of the Brain and Mind: Their Incipient Symptoms, Pathology, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prophylaxis.
1860
 

WISTAR, ISAAC JONES Autobiography..
1937
 

WOOD, WM. MAXWELL. A Shoulder to the Wheel of Progress: Being Essays, Lectures and Miscellanies Upon Themes of the Day.
1853
 

WORTHY, ALFRED N. A Treatise on the Botanic Theory and Practice of Medicine...with Revisions and Additions. To which is added, a Glossary.
1842
 

WORTHY, ALFRED N. A Treatise on the Botanic Theory and Practice of Medicine...with Revisions and Additions. To which is added, a Glossary.
1842
 

YOUNG, R.F. The Magic Wand and Medical Guide. [Vignette title].
1875
 

ZACCHIROLI, FRANCESC Versi. Engraved title leaf, with device.]
1781
 

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