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A., R.
See Jones, Absalom, 1746-1818. A narrative of the proceedings of the black people, during the late awful calamity in Philadelphia, in the year 1793. Philadelphia, 1794.

Abeel, David G., d. 1795.
     An inaugural dissertation on dysentery.
New York, T. and J. Swords. 1794
Dysentery.
Austin No. 1; 32 p. 20 cm.; Evans 26530; Thesis--Columbia College; DLC, DNLM, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, NHi, NNNAM, NjR.
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Abernethy, John, 1764-1831.
     Surgical observations.
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson; Fry and Kammerer. 1811
Aneurysm; Surgery; Urethral Diseases; Venereal Diseases.
Austin No. 2; On the constitutional origin and treatment of local diseases; and on aneurisms. On diseases resembling syphilis; and on diseases of the urethra ...; ix, [2], 325 p. 22 cm.; Previously published in England as two works under titles: Surgical observations on the constitutional origin and treatment of local diseases; and on aneurisms (London, 1809) and Surgical observations on diseases resembling syphilis, and on diseases of the urethra (London, 1810); CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MBM, MWA, MdBJ-W, MdU-D, MnSRM, NNNAM, OCl-M, PPC, PPJ, PU, ScMS.
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Abernethy, John, 1764-1831.
     Surgical observations on injuries of the head; and on miscellaneous subjects.
Philadelphia, Thomas Dobson; Fry and Kammerer. 1811
Head Injuries.
Austin No. 3; 299 p. plate; 23 cm.; An edition of Surgical observations on injuries of the head; and on miscellaneous subjects was published in London in 1810; Includes Surgical observations on tumours, and on lumbar abscesses (p. [163]-299) which was published in London in 1811; CU-M, CtY-M, DNLM, ICJ, IEN-M, IU-M, LNT-M, MWA, MdBJ-W, MnSRM, NNNAM, OCl-M, OkU-M, PPC, ScMS.
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An abstract from Dr. Berkley's [sic] Treatise on tar-water.
New-York. 1745
See [Colden, Cadwallader] 1688-1776. An abstract from Dr. Berkley's [sic] Treatise on tar-water, with some reflexions thereon; Adapted to diseases frequent in America; By a Friend to the country.

An Abstract of the patent granted by His Majesty King George to Benj. Okell, the inventor of a medicine, call'd, Dr. Bateman's pectoral drops.
London, J. Cluer ... and John Peter Zenger in New-York. 1731
Drugs, Non-Prescription.
Austin No. 4; 4, 36 p. 16.8 cm.; A second title page, on the second p. [1] reads: A short treatise of the virtues of Dr. Bateman's pectoral drops: the nature of the distemper they cure, and the manner of their operation ... Reprinted by J. Peter Zenger, in New York; NNNAM.
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The Abuses and scandals of some late pamphlets in favour of inoculation of the small pox.
See [Douglass, William] 1691 (ca.)-1752. The abuses and scandals of some late pamphlets in favour of inoculation of the small pox, modestly obviated, and inoculation further consider'd/ Boston, 1722.

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