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A dictionary of practical surgery : comprehending all the most interesting improvements, from the earliest times down to the present period : an account of the instruments and remedies employed in surgery : the etymology and signification of the principal terms : and numerous references to ancient and modern works, forming a "catalogue raisonné" of surgical literature / by Samuel Cooper.
- Cooper, Samuel, 1780-1848.
Life and death, or, The creeping shadow : a lecture, silent but of sovereign power, consisting of numerous original compositions in verse and prose, and collections from ancient Manuscripts and various writers / /by Lambden Flemming ; the art of preserving health, and the particular nature of all things requisite for the life of man, drinks, diet, exercise, air, the passions, &c. &c.
- Flemming, D. Lambden, 1839-
Hydropathy, or, The water-cure : its principles, processes, and modes of treatment : compiled in part from the most eminent authors, ancient and modern, on the subject, together with an account of the latest methods adopted by Priessnitz, illustrated with numerous cases of cure / by Joel Shew.
- Shew, Joel, 1816-1855.
Illustrated memoir of an eventful expedition into Central America, resulting in the discovery of the idolatrous city of Iximaya : in an unexplored region, and the possession of two remarkable Aztec children, Maximo (the boy) and Bartola (the girl), descendants and specimen of the sacerdotal caste (now nearly extinct), of the ancient Aztec founders of the ruined temples of that country / described by John L. Stephens and other travelers ; translated from the Spanish of Pedro Velasquez of San Salvador.
- Velasquez, Pedro.
The danger of premature interment : proved from many remarkable instances of people who have recovered after being laid out for dead, and of others entombed alive, for want of being properly examined prior to interment. Also a description of the manner the ancient Egyptians, and other nations preserved and venerated their dead, and a curious account of their sepulchral ever burning lamps and mausoleums. Likewise the pernicious effects of burying in the body of churches, and confined church yards pointed out, whereby many valuable lives have been lost to the public, and their friends. Selected from historical records / by Joseph Taylor.
- Taylor, Joseph, 1761 or 1762-1844.