The Philadelphia Medical Museum, Band 1

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John Redman Coxe
John Redman Coxe, 1805
 

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Rodmans Table of the comparative temperature of the air and of
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MEDICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL REGISTER
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Information from LondonChings worm medicine
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Vaccine scab best mode of preserving the infection ibid
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Population of Great Britain
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Cooper anatomy and surgical treatment of Inguinal and Congenital Hernia
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Westring on the bark of the pinus sylvestris as a substitute for cinchona ibid
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Great heat of the anchor of a ship during an eruption of Vesuvius ibid
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no Curious effect of anger in a boy ibid 1n A live toad found inclosed in pit coal 600 feet below the surface 471
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113 A trout caught with two heads ibid
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Oliferous China radish cultivated for its oil ibid
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Yeastan artificialas prepared in Germany and Sweden
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Jessops improved mode of blasting rocks 47
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Facts ascertained by Gay Lussac in his aerial voyage ibid NEW PUBLICATIONS
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IJ Drysdales history of the Yellow Fever at Baltimore in 1794 No 11
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Coxes account of an Albino
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Bishops description of Dr Physicks improved gorget with a plate
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Hutchinsons description of his improved splints with a plate
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Physicks account of the use of blisters in checking the progress of mor tification
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Jennings account of the effects of labour in the cure of pulmonary consumption
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Woodhousts observations on the mode of refining camphor with a plate
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American Philosophical Transactions 11 2
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Extracts from A statement of evidence from trials by inoculation c c c in proof of the prophylactic power of vaccination
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Additional remarks and proof on the fame subject
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Hacketi short account of the mortality at Duck Creek in 1720 326
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Fatal influence of the Shamaul or hot wind of the desart ibid 37 BrickcIJs proof of an excess of alkali in the stomach ibid 38 Michelottis researches re...
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Difference of the bones of animals and man ibid 40 Ochroit earth a new discovered one
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Iridium and osmium new metals discovered in platina
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Woodhouses receipt for an indelible ink ibid 45 Georgia Medical Society instituted
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American Philosophical Society donations c
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Rush on Ardent Spirits 113
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Rushs Elements of Life
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Bartons Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal ibid 6 Johnsons Friendly Cautions to the heads of families
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Drysdales history of the yellow fever at Baltimore in 1794 No III 341
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Smiths account of a singular cafe of hemorrhage 384
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Account of an extraordinary cure of a wounded intestine 394
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Coxes cafe of vaccine of uncommon magnitude with a plate
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Bishops description of Dr Physicks improved bistoury with a plate
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Hamiltons account of the Agave Americana with a plate
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Strongs account of his axle tourniquet with a plate
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Sims account of the cure of dropsy by bloodletting
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election of officers
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election of new members ibid 49 communications c to
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Sacco on the vaccine infection ibid 60 on the equine and vaccine infection c
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Vaccine not a preventive of plague
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Jcnncr on the supposed failures of the vaccine ibid ij Tardy appearance of the vaccine disease
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The 18th attempt to produce the vaccine successful
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Report on a pharmaceutic memoir of Cit Dubuc ibid 67 Azotic Gas absorbed in respiration
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Oxydc of Cobalt tried in certain diseases
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Transfusion of blood from a sound to a diseased horse
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Sugar obtained from frosted potatoes
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Phosphate of sodato make ibid 72 Strong proof of the prophylactic power of vaccination
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Vaccine society of Lausanne offer a reward to those who take the smallpox after vaccination
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Polarity of the needle destroyed by garlick ibid 75 Zincum vitriolatum its use to obviate atony c occurring aster dysentery
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White vitriol its use in agues ibid 77 Acetite of zinc in gonorrhæa c ibid 78 Artificial peat to prepare
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Philadelphia Medical Society election of ofsicers
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Notice respecting this society
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Caldwells selection of Medical Theses
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Drysdales history of the yellow fever at Baltimore in 1794 No IV
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Deweess observations on Denmans aphorisms
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Sayres observations on dysentery
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on the cure of an intermittent by nasal hemorrhage and on a chronic intermittent suspended by a scald
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Ankrims case of intermittent cured by epistaxis
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Spences observations on vaccination at Dumfries Virginia c Sec
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Griffiths Dr E history and dissection of a cafe of clonic spasm
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Pascalis on syphilitic agonorrhœa
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American Philosophical Societyelection of membersdonations c
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Magellanic premiumconditions of
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Surplus fundconditions of
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Woodhouse on the discovery of manganese in Pennsylvania
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Otto on the use of the vaccine scab
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on the knowledge of the Bramins of the cow pock
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Bremer on the efficacy of vaccination ibid 89 Vaccine inoculationstatement offrom the royal Jennerian so ciety c
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Decrease os deaths from small pox ibid 01 Thorntons remarks on the supposed temporary efficacy of the vaccine
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Detection of false reports against the vaccine ibid 93 Comparative view of the vaccine and small pox
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Peach trees cultivated from cuttings
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Dupuytren on the formation of the larynx in eunuchs
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Buchholzs experiments on hydrargyrus muriatus mitis ibid 97 Death produced in a child from the external use of arsenic 46a 98 Fergusons recomme...
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Facts respecting the gain of the sea on the land and the reverse
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Veau de Launay s account of an accident from fulminating silver
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Royal Humane society on the means of restoring suspended animation
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102 Royal Humane society honorary premium c to be adjudged in 1806
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Waterhouscs public Lecture on Tobacco c
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Caldwells Translation of Default on Fractures c
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Goodwyn on the Connexion of Life with Respiration c
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Notices to correspondents 120 240 360
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Prussic acid contained in the aqua laurocerasi ibid
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