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

Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 249

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
14824 A treatise on one hundred and eighteen principal diseases of the eyes and eyelids, &c. In which are communicated several new discoveries relative to the cure of defects in vision; with many original prescriptions. By William Rowley, M.D. member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c. To which are added, directions in the choice of spectacles. Rowley , W.
J. Wingrave
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] (London)
1790
15075 A treatise on the cure of ulcerated legs without rest, and ulcers of various parts, arising from scorbutic and other impurities in the blood, &c. By William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, Royal College of Physicians in London, &c. Rowley , W.
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
1786 The fourth edition.
15119 A treatise on the management of female breasts during childbed; and several new observations on cancerous diseases. With prescriptions. To which are added remarks on pretenders to the cure of the cancer. By William Rowley, M.D. Member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c. Rowley , W.
J. Wingrave
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] (London)
1790 The second edition.
2321 Account of the discovery of a new comet. By Miss Caroline Herschel. In a letter to Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. K.B. P.R.S. From the Philosophical transactions. Herschel , Caroline
s.n. [sine nomine]
1796
21522 Agricultural Inquiries on Plaister of Paris. Also Facts, Observations and Conjectures On That Substance, when applied as manure. Collected, chiefly from the practice of farmers in Pennsylvania, and published as much with a view to invite, as to give information. With some additional notes; and more recent facts and information. By Richard Peters. Peters , Richard
1810
20661 Americanischer Stadt und Land Calendar auf das 1807te Jahr Christi. 1806
2322 An account of a new comet. By Miss Caroline Herschel. Read at the Royal Society, Nov. 9, 1786. Herschel , Caroline
John Nichols [Fleet Street] (London)
1787
14783 An Account of cook’s rheumatic powder; A medicine of singular efficacy in the cure of rheumatisms, both chronic and acute, as well as many other complaints of an obstinate nature: such as inveterate scurvies, leprosies, white swellings, worm cases, &c. &c. to which is annexed, alist of more than four hundred remarkable cures. The medicine is sold, by appointment of the proprietor, at E. Newbery’s, the corner of St. Paul’s Church-Yard, and no where else in London, price 5s. each packet, containing 14 doses, stamp included. Unknown ,
1790
25768 An account of Dr. Quincy's Examination of Dr. Woodward's State of physick and diseases. In a letter to the Free-Thinker. N. , N.
1719
25343 An account of explosions in the atmosphere, or airquakes. Their distinction from true earthquakes. With some observations on the late shocks, near this city, &c. to shew that they were most probably of the former kind. Unknown ,
Anne Dodd II (London)
1750
14784 An account of the nature, properties, and medicinal uses, of the mineral water at Nottington, near Weymouth, Dorset. By John Crane, ... With a view of the well, in it’s present state. Crane , John
1780
21414 An address on the errors of husbandry, in the United States. Delivered before the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, at their annual meeting, January 14, 1818. By George Logan, M. D. one of the vice-presidents of the Society. Logan , George
1818
25336 An appendix to the Reverend Mr. John Shower's Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, &c. Being a continuation of his account, and Practical Reflections, after his Manner, from the year 1693, down to these last shocks that were felt at London and Westminster, on February 8th and March 8th, 1749-50, with an Application, adapted to the present times, &c. Shower , John
1750
21208 An Attempt to Ascertain the Cause of the Extensive Inflammation, which attacks Wounded Cavities and their contents. By James Cocke, of Virginia. Cocke , James
1804
25647 An enquiry into the causes of the present epidemical diseases, viz. Fevers, Coughs, Asthma's, Rheumatisms, Defluxions, &c. With Proper methods for the Speedy cure of them. By the author of The Family Companion for Health. Unknown ,
Francis Fayram (London)
John Stagg (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
James Leake I (Bath)
1729
5327 An enquiry into the manners of the present age. In which it is impartially and seriously considered, whether they tend most to the happiness or misery of man. By a lady. Unknown , [Woman]
John Bew [Paternoster Row] (London)
1778
21513 An Epistle to a Friend, on the means of Preserving Health, Promoting Happiness; and Prolonging the Life of Man to its Natural Period. Being a summary view of inconsiderate and useless habits that derange the system of nature, thereby causing premature old age and death. With some thoughts on the best means of preventing and overcoming disease. By Charles W. Peale. Peale , Charles Willson
1803
21320 An Epitome of Electricity & Galvanism. By two gentlemen of Philadelphia. Green , Jacob
Hazard , Erskine
1809
17537 An essay on combustion, with a view to a new art of dying and painting. Wherein the phlogistic and antiphlogistic hypotheses are proved erroneous. By Mrs. Fulhame. The First American Edition. Fulhame , Elizabeth
1810 The First American Edition.
6983 An essay on combustion, with a view to a new art of dying and painting. Wherein the phlogistic and antiphlogistic hypotheses are proven erroneous. By Mrs. Fulhame. Fulhame , Elizabeth
1794
14990 An essay on the malignant, ulcerated sore throat; Containing reflections on its causes and fatal effects in 1787. With a remarakable case, accompanied with large purple spots all over the body, a mortification of the leg, &c. &c. By William Rowley, M.D. member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c. To which are added, animadversions on the present defects in treating the disorder, improved and successful methods of cure, and an account of a new species of temporary madness, &c. Rowley , W.
Charles Nourse (London)
Elizabeth Newbery (London)
Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street] (London)
1788
22054 An essay, on the nature, cause, and seat of dysentery's, in a letter to Dr. Henry Warren of Barbados, by Dale Ingram Surgeon and Man-Midwife. Ingram , Dale
William Beeby (Barbados)
1744
25745 An historical account of the plague at Marseilles. Giving a particular relation of all the different occurrences that happen'd during the visitation in that city. Publish'd by authority at Paris, and faithfully translated from the original French. By a Physician. To which is added, a letter from Monsier Pons, physician of the faculty of Montpelier, wrote from Marseilles (while he resided there by order of the regent) to Monsieur de Bon Chevalier, first president of the Court of Aids and Finances of Montpelier; discovering the nature and cause of the pestilence, its symptoms, and the methods and medicines used for the recovery of the infected. Unknown ,
M. Billingsley (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
Joseph Fox I (London)
1721
21195 An Inaugural Dissertation on Lithotomy. Submitted to the examination of the Rev. John Andrews, D.D. Provost. The trustees and medical faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. On the twenty-fifth day of April, 1811. For the degree of doctor of medicine. By Micajah Clark, of Virginia. Honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society---member of the Philadelphia Linnean, and honorary member of the Columbian Society of Virtuosi, Pittsburgh. Clark , Micajah
1811
12007 An introduction to Botany, in a series of familiar letters. with illustrative engravings. By Priscilla Wakefield, author of "Mental Improvement," "Juvenile Travellers," &c. Corrected, to which is added, The Pleasures of Botanical Pursuits. A poem. By Sarah Hoare. Hoare , Sarah
Wakefield , Priscilla
Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy (London)
Sherwood, Neely, and Jones (London)
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown (London)
John Harris [1802-1819, 1824-1843] (London)
Simpkin, Marshall and Co. (London)
Darton, Harvey, and Co. [printers] (London)
B. Reynolds (London)
1818 Corrected, to which is added, The Pleasures of Botanical Pursuits. A poem. By Sarah Hoare.