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3692 4 Haygarth on the imagination, as a cause, and as a cure, of disorders of
the body; exemplified by fictitious tractors, and epidemical convul
sions. Bath, 1800. 2804 1 Occasional essays on the yellow fever. By a Philadelphian. Phila
delphia, 1800. 2 Agnew's inaugural dissertation on perspiration. Philadelphia, 1800. 3 Trent's inquiry into the effects of light in respiration. Philad. 1800. 4 Rousseau's inaugural dissertation, on absorption. Philadelphia, 1800. $ Edward Dearrell Smith's inaugural dissertation, to prove that certain
substances are conveyed, unchanged, into the circulation; or, if changed, that they are re-composed, and regain their active proper.
ties. Philadelphia, 1800. 6 Glover's attempt to prove that digestion, in man, depends on the unit
ed causes of solution and fermentation. Philadelphia, 1800. in Moore's inaugural dissertation on digitalis purpurea, or fox-glove;
and its use in some diseases. Philadelphia, 1800. 8 Gough's essay on cantharides ; comprising a brief account of their
natural history, with an inquiry into their mode of operation, and their
üse in diseases. Philadelphia, 1800. 9 May's inaugural dissertation on the unity of disease as opposed to no
sology. Philadelphia, 1800. 10 Scip's inaugural dissertation on cataract. Philadelphia, 1800. 11 Berkeley's inquiry into the modus operandi, of that class of medicines
called sedatives.' Philadelphia, 1800. This and the nine preceding
pamphlets, the gift of Dr. TVoodhouse. 2913
1 and 3059 5 Mease's inaugural dissertation on the disease produced
by the bite of a mad dog, or other rabid animal. Philadelphia, 1792.
Gift of the author. 2 Mcase's observations on the arguments of Professor Rush, in favour of
the infammatory nature of the disease produced by the bite of a mad
dog. Philadelphia, 1801. Gift of the author. 2997 1 Ryding's veterinary pathology; or a treatise on the cause and pro
gress of the diseases of the horse ; with the most approved methods
of prevention and cure. York, 1801. 3058 2 Tongue's inaugural dissertation on the lues venercà. Philadelphia.
1801. Gift of the author. 3 Hutchinson's experimental essay on the conversion of chyle into blood.
Philadelphia, 1803. Gift of the author. 4 Letters on the kine-pox, and other medical subjects, written by Dr. B.
L. Oliver, of Salem, and Dr. William Currie, of Philadelphia. 1802.
Gift of Dr. Currie. 5 Rogers's investigation of the properties of the liriodendron tulipifera
or poplar-tree. Philadelphia, 1802. Gift of the author. 6 Duval's experimental botanico-medical essay on the melia azedarach
of Linnæus. Philadelphia, 1802. Gift of the author. Ý Wilson's inaugural dissertation on the morbid effects of opium upon
the human body. Philadelphia, 1803. Gift of the author. 3059 2 Bernard's account of the institution for the cure and prevention of
contagious fevers in the metropolis. London, 1801. 4 Mease's observations on the arguments of Professor Rush, in favour
of the inflammatory nature of the disease produced by the bite of a mad dog. Philadelphia, 1801. Gift of the author.
3670 10 Oliver's and Currie's letters on the kine-pox, and on other medical
subjects. Philadelphia, 1802. 11 Stubbins Ffirth's treatise on malignant fever; with an attempt to proye
its non-contagious nature. Philadelphia, 1804. Gift of the author. 3711 i Statement of evidence of vaccine inoculation. By the physicians of
the vaccine-pock institution in London. London, 1804. 2 Goldson's cases of small-pox, subsequent to vaccination. Portsea,
1804. 3 Ring's answer to Mr. Goldson ; proving that vaccination is a perma
nent security against the small-pox. 1.ondon, 1804. 3734 | Mathew Carey's account of the malignant yellow fever lately prevalent
in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1793. 2 John Deveze's inquiry into, and observations upon the epidemic dis
ease which raged in Philadelphia in 1793. Philadelphia, 1794. 3 History of the yellow fever in Philadelphia in 1797. Philad. 1797. 4 The same. .2d edit. Philadelphia, 1798. 5 Dr. Wm. Currie's memoirs of the yellow fever which prevailed in
Philadelphia, and other parts of the United States in 1798. Phila
delphia, 1798. 6 Proofs of the origin of the yellow fever in Philadelphia, and Kensing
ton in 1797, from domestic exhalation. By the academy of medi
cine of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1798.. 7 Proceedings of the college of physicians of Philadelphia, relative to
the prevention of the introduction and spreading of contagious dis
eases. Philadelphia, 1798. 8 Dr. B. Rush's observations upon the origin of the malignant bilious or
yellow fever in Philadelphia, and upon the means of preventing it.
Philadelphia, 1799. 9 Dr. Isaac Cathrall's memoir on the analysis of the black vomit ejected
in the last stage of the yellow fever. Philadelphia, 1800. 10 Dr. William Currie's sketch of the rise and progress of the yellow
fever in 1799. Philadelphia, 1800.
DU O DECIMO.
| Van Swieten's account of the diseases incident to armies ; with the
method of cure. Translated into English. 2d edit. London, 1767. 1 Mynor's practical thoughts on amputations. Birmingham, 1783. 2 Percival's observations and experiments on the poison of lead. Lon
don, 1774. I Boylston's account of the small pox inoculated in New England. 1721. 2 Every man his own doctor ; or the poor planter's physician. 4th
edit. Philadelphia, 1736. 3 A physical dissertation on drowning. Dublin, 1747. 4. Hill's old man's guide to health and longer life ; with rules for diet,
exercise and physic. Philadelphia, 1775. 5 Pharmacopæia simpliciorum et efficaciorum in usum nosocomii mili
taris ad exercitum Americæ civitatum pertinentis. Philad. 1778.
8 Brantewein und verderben. A treatise in German on the fiernicious
effects of drinking spirituous liquora. 2 Account of the rise, progress and termination of the malignant fever
lately prevalent in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1793. | Aikin's concise view of all the most important facts which have hith
erto appeared concerning the cow pox. 2d edit. London, 1801.
Agriculture and Gardening.
ILLER'S method of cultivating madder ; with the manner of
of the buildings and kilns erected for that purpose. London, 1758. 239 1 Randall's construction and use of a new invented universal seed-fur.
row plough; the draining plough; with a potatoe-drill machine, and an essay on the theory of the common plough. With plates. Lon
don, 1764. 3 Directions to the husbandman for the true ordering, manuring and
enriching of the weild of Kent. London, 1625. 713
1 Report of the committee of the board of agriculturc, appointed to ob
tain information concerning the culture and use of potatoes. Lon
don, 1795. 2 The earl of Dundonald's treatise, shewing the intimate connection that
subsists between agriculture and chemistry. London, 1795. 836 2 Account of the experiments tried by the board of agriculture, in the
composition of various sorts of bread, anno 1795. London, 1795.
1015 1 Pullein's essay towards a mcthod of preserving the seeds of plans,
during a long voyage. London, 1759. 3 Barnes's method of propagating fruit-trees, and flowering-shrubs. 3d
edit. London, 1762. 3 Hill's origin and production of proliferous flowers; with figures. Lon
don, 1759. 4 A method of producing double flowers from single ones. 2d edit,
London, 1759. 1016 1 Billing's account of the culture of carrots, and their use in feeding cat
tle. London, 1765.
Agriculture and Gardening. Duodecimo.
1016 2 Turbilly's discourse on the cultivation of waste and Larren lands.
London, 1762. 3 Hitt's treatise of husbandry on the improvement of dry and barren
lands. London, 1762. 1772 2 Rural economy; or essays on the practical parts of husbandry. To
which is added, the rural Socrates; being memoirs of a country philosopher. By the author of the farmer's letter. 2d edit. Philadel
phia, 1775. 1884 | Report of the committee of the Highland society of Scotland, on the
subject of Shetland wool ; with an appendix by Sir John Sinclair and
Dr. Anderson, in reference to the said report. Edinburgh, 1790. 1977 3 Letter on the management of sheep. 1789. 2269. 6 An essay on the manner of improving the breed of horses in America.
Philadelphia, 1795. Gift of Moreau de Saint Méry. 2275. 4. Essai sur la manière d'améliorer l'éducation des chevaux en Ame
rique. A Philadelphie, 1795. Gift of Moreau de Saint Méry. 2492 5 2493 1 and 2495 i Sketches on rotations of crops, and other rural
matters; with intimations on manufactures, on the fruits of agriculture, and on new sources of trade. Philadelphia, 1796. Two copies
the gift of Charles Cist. 9492" 6 2493 3 and 2495 2 Richard Peters's agricultural inquiries ou
plaster of Paris; with facts, observations and conjectures on that substance, when applied as manure. Philadelphia, 1797. Two copies
the gift of Charles Cist. 3 George Logan's fourteen agricultural experiments, to ascertain the
best rotation of crops. Philadelphia, 1797. 2696 i Boswell's treatise on watering meadows; with plates. Lond. 1792.
Kirwan on the manures most advantageously applicable to the various sorts of soils, and the causes of their beneficial effect in each particu
lar instance. 4th edit. London, 1796. 37 10 | Lord Somerville's facts and observations relative to sheep, wool,
ploughs, and oxen ; with remarks on the use of salt. London, 1803. 2 Dalrymple on the culture of wheat ; with an account of the growth of
beans with wheat, and a plan of improved seed harrows. London, 1801.
794 2 Eliot's continuation of the essay upon field husbandry in New Eng
land. New York, 1754. 1452 : Essay on practical farming. Philadelphia, 1800..
Arts and Manufactures.
465 14 HE manufacture of pot-ash recommended. Boston, 1757. 644 3 Keith's tracts on weights, measures and coins. London, 1791. Gip
John Beale Bordley. 6.45 5 Johannis Van Zyl's theatrum machinarum universale ; of groot Al
gemen moolen-boek, &c. Te Amsterdam, 1734. Gift of John B.
Bordley. 134 3 Whitehurst's observations on the ventilation of rooms; on the con.
struction of chimneys; and on garden stoves. London, 1794.
OCTA V O.
2 The process for extracting and refining salt-petre. Published by or
der of the committee of safety. Philadelphia, 1776. 3 Experiments and observations on American pot-ashes; with an easy
method of determining their respective qualities. By W. Lewis.
London, 1767. 11494 Mitchell's treatise of artificial magnets, &c. with a plate. Camb. 1750. 1589 1 An account of Dr. Franklin's new-invented open-stoves; with plates.
Philadelphia, 1744. 4 Directions for making calcined or pearl-ashes, as practised in Hun
gary, &c. with a drawing of the furnace. Boston, 1766. 5 Dossie's observations on the pot-ash brought from America ; with the
process for making pot-ash and barilla. London, 1767. 7 Extracts from Pullien, on the culture of silk, &c, intended to render
the management of silk-worms more easy. Philadelphia, 1770. 8 Several methods of making salt-petre. Published by the representa
tives in congress. Philadelphia, 1775. 10 The art of making common salt ; with an extract from Doctor Brown
rigg's treatise on the art of making bay-salt. Philadelphia, 1776. 1772 I Premiums by the society, established at London, for the encourage
ment of arts, manufactures and commerce. London, 1758. 1906 | Speeches in the house of commons upon the equalization of the
weights and measures of Great Britain, with notes. Also, a general standard proposed for the weights and measures of Europe ; with abstracts of the acts of parliament, &c. for the equalization of weights
and measures. By John Riggs Miller. London, 1 790. 1977 2 Monies, coins, weights, and measures, proposed for the United States
of America. Philadelphia, 1789. 7 Coxe's address to an assembly of the friends of American manufac.
tures. Philadelphia, 1787. Gift of Joseph Parker Norris. 9 Directions for the management of silk-worms. Philadelphia, 1770.