Name Science/Natural History/Medicine
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Titles addressing medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, botany, earth sciences, astronomy, etc.

Titles

Displaying 226–249 of 249

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
25355 The interest of England consider'd, With respect to its manufactures and East-India Callicoes Imported, Printed, Painted, Stained, and Consumed therein. Or, an essay shewing from whence the Decay of Trade, the Melting of Coin, the Scarcity of Silver, the Increase of Poor do proceed. By a Citizen. Elking , Henry
Thomas Bickerton (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1720
14808 The ladies' medical oracle; or, Mrs. Mott's advice to Young Females, Wives, and Mothers. Being a non-medical commentary on the cause, prevention, and cure of the diseases of the female frame: together with an explanation of her system of European vegetable medicine for the cure of diseases, and the patent medicated champoo baths; to which is added, an explanation of the gift, and an exposition of the numerous fabricated reports, 'a weak invention of the enemy.' Mott , Elizabeth
1834
20307 The maternal physician; a treatise on the nurture and management of infants, from the birth until two years old. Being the result of sixteen years' experience in the nursery. Illustrated by extracts from the most approved medical authors. By an American matron. Tyler , Mary Palmer
Isaac Riley (New York)
1811
20308 The maternal physician; a treatise on the nurture and management of infants, from the birth until two years old. Being the result of sixteen years' experience in the nursery. Illustrated by extracts from the most approved medical authors. By an American matron. Second Edition. Tyler , Mary Palmer
Lewis Adams (Philadelphia)
1818 Second Edition.
25135 The Medical & Chemical Observations Upon Antimony. Unknown ,
25807 The Most advantageous and necessary project for England, that ever was yet undertaken. Containing I. Very reasonable proposals for insuring all the sea-walls, or sea-banks, and marsh-grounds thereunto belonging, within the kingdom of England, principality of Wales, and adjacent parts of North-Britain, from loss and damage by overflowing tides and inundations of of the sea, or from any dreadful and destructive effects, which may be occasioned that way. The whole being, laid down in a very rational scheme, and method of procedure. II. Very easy proposals for gaining all sorts of marsh-lands from the sea, which never have been taken in before. III. Reasonable proposals for insuring keys and wharfs, and for clearing and enlarging of docks and harbours, any where within the above mentioned bounds. IV. The draining of fens proposed after a new method, which will effectually preserve great quantities of corn in some counties of the kingdom from the damage it commonly sustains in moist or wet summers. V. Proposals for preparing, or forming mill-ponds for rape-mills, or corn-mills, on convenient creeks of the sea; as also for clearing and enlarging mill-ponds that are landed up. Proposals for drawing canals from fresh-water rivers to noblemens seats in the country; as also for rendering rivers navigable. By a Society at London. Unknown ,
Emanuel Mathews (London)
1725
15043 The natural history of birds, compiled from the best authorities, and illustrated by a great variety of copper plates, comprising near one hundred and twenty figures, ... Vol. II. Jones , Stephen
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
1798
25898 The new practice of inoculating the small-pox consider'd, And an Humble Application to the Approaching Parliament for the Regulation of that Dangerous Experiment. Unknown ,
Thomas Crouch (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
1722
25625 The philosopher's stone; or grand elixir, discover'd by Friar Bacon; and now publish'd as a counterpart to the degradation of gold by an anti-elixir. With a few notes, by no adept. Unknown ,
1739
24812 The Profitable Planter. A Treatise on the Cultivation of Larch and Scotch Fir Timber: Showing that their Excellent Quality (Especially that of the former) Will Render them so Extensively Useful, as Greatly to Promote the Interests of the Country. With Directions for Planting in Various Soils and Situations, By a New and Expeditious Method, also, for the Management of Plantations. To which are added. Useful hints, in regard to Shelter and Ornament. By W. Pontey. Nurseryman and Planter. Pontey , William
1800
15062 The rational practice of physic of William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, The Royal College of Physicians in London, and Physician to the St. Mary-Le-Bone Infirmary, &c. &c. In four volumes. ... . Containing treatises on Female, Nervous, Hysterical, Hypochondriacal, and Cancerous Diseases, Letters on Medical Vanity, the Abuse of Hemlock, &c. &c. Rowley , W.
William Rowley
1793
5552 The secret revealed: or animal magnetism displayed. A letter from a young lady to the Rev. John Martin. The second edition, enlarged. Unknown , [Woman]
Thomas Wallis Hawkins (London)
1790 The second edition, enlarged.
25023 The Soldier's Friend: or, the Means of Preserving the Health of Military Men; Addressed to the Officers of the British Army: By William Blair, A. M. Surgeon of the Lock Hospital and Asylum, and of the Old Finsbury Dispensary. Blair , William
Thomas Norton Longman III (London)
Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry] (London)
John Murray and Samuel Highley (London)
Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [Old Bond Street] (London)
1798
14926 The translation into English of the principal references to the sixty-six anatomical plates of the Latin edition of Schola medicin? universalis nova, or, the new universal school of medicine. By William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, Physician to the St. Mary-le-Bone Infirmary, Author of the Rational and Improved Practice of Physic, &c. &c Rowley , W.
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
1796
6982 The universal fortune teller: or, Mrs. Bridget's (commonly called the Norwood Gipsey) golden treasury explained. Containing I. The whole art of fortune telling by the Planets, Cards, Dice, &c. II. A true Interpretation of all kind of Dreams. III. The Art of Palmestry or Prognostication by the Lines of the Hand. IV. A brief Prognostication concerning Children born on any Day of the Week. V. Explanations to the following among many other Questions, viz. Contracting Marriage, getting into Place, recovery of Health and lost Goods, return of absent Lovers, and the succeeding of almost every undertaking in Life. VI. Several other valuable things equally useful, and entertaining; too numerous to be mentioned in a Title Page, adorn'd with proper Cuts. By Mrs. Bridget, who followed the above Art upwards of 60 Years, and the Manuscript was found conceal'd in an old Rag, in the Thatch of her Hut in Norwood. To which is added another valuable manuscript, written by the noted Dr. Guthrie, (commonly Bridget , Mrs.
1790
24809 The Universal Gazetteer; Being a Concise Description, Alphabetically Arranged, of the Nations, Kingdoms, States, Towns, Empires, Provinces, Cities, Oceans, Seas, Harbours, Rivers, Lakes, Canals, Mountains, Capes, &c. In the Known World; The Government, Manners, and Religion of the Inhabitants, with the Extent, Boundaries, and Natural Productions, Manufactures and Curiosities of the Different Countries. Containing Several Thousand Places not to be met with in any similar Gazetteer. Illustrated with Fourteen Maps. By John Walker. The Second Edition, Further accommodated to commercial Purposes, as well as general Information by another Hand. Walker , John
David Ogilvy and Son (London)
John Walker II [44 Paternoster Row, 1784-1814, 1818-1825] (London)
James Scatcherd (London)
John Cuthell [4 Middle Row] (London)
Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row] (London)
Richard Lea [Greek Street, Soho] (London)
William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch] (London)
Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry] (London)
Lackington, Allen and Co. (London)
Benjamin Crosby (London)
John Wright [169 Piccadilly] (London)
Lee and Hurst (London)
James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row] (London)
1798 The Second Edition, Further accommodated to commercial Purposes, as well as general Information by another Hand.
12619 The Wild Garland; or, Prose and Poetry Connected with English Wild Flowers. Intended as an Embellishment to the Study of Botany. By the author of "The Life of Linnaeus, in a Series of Letters." Waring , Susanna
Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton (London)
1827
14823 The Young gentleman's and lady's magazine. 1799
5578 The young lady's inrtoduction [sic] to natural history; containing an account of the atmosphere, light and gravity, of the terraqueous globe; ... Extracted from the writings of the most eminent authors, ... By the editor of The young lady's geography. Unknown ,
Samuel Bladon [Paper Mill, Paternoster Row] (London)
Thomas Caslon (London)
1766
87 Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity, and their Correspondence with Physiognomic Expression, Exemplified in Various Works of Art, and Natural Objects, and Illustrated with Four General Charts, and Thirty-Eight Copper Plates. By Mary Anne Shimmelpenninck, Author of "A Tour to Alet". Schimmelpenninck , Mary Anne
John and Arthur Arch [Cornhill] (Cornhill)
1815
15028 Truth vindicated or, the specific differences of mental diseases ascertained. By William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c. Rowley , W.
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
J. Wingrave
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] (London)
1790
15074 Truth vindicated: or, the specific differences of mental diseases ascertained. Containing their numerous causes, the exact signs by which they may be distinguished, and questions proper for juries commissioned to examine these subjects; with facts extracted from the Parliamentary reports, and reasons for declaring the case of a great personage to have been only a feverish or symptomatic delirium. By William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c. Rowley , W.
Francis Wingrave (London)
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] (London)
1790
14985 Two letters to Dr. William Hunter, Physician Extraordinary to the Queen, Professor of Anatomy in the Royal Academy, and Fellow of the Royal and Antiquarian Societies, on the dangerous tendency of medical vanity; occasioned by the death of a noble lady. With a remarkable cure of a Cancerous womb, &c. &c. Rowley , W.
J. Wingrave
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] (London)
1790 The second edition.
25037 Viridarium: Coloured plates of greenhouse plants, with the Linnean names, and with concise rules for their culture. By Henrietta Maria Moriarty. Moriarty , Henrietta Maria
1806