An introduction to physic and surgery: containing. I. Medicinal institutions, or physiology, hygieine, pathology, semeiotice, and therapeutice. II. A compendious system of anatomy III. A general account of woods, ulcers, tumours, operations, and dressings; as also, the medicines used in surgery. IV. Botany and the materia medica. V. Pharmacy, as well chemical as Galenical. VI. A dispensatory, containing a great variety of the most efficacious officinal compositions, and extemporaneous prescriptions. VII. A syllabus of the symptoms of all the diseases incident to the human body. VIII. An index of diseases and their remedies. IX. A posologic table, containing the doses of all the simples and compounds. X. An explanation of the terms of art, accented as they are to be pronounced.
- Brookes, Richard, active 1750.
- MDCCLIV. 
Nuova, et utilissima prattica di tutto quello ch'al diligete barbiero s'appartiene : divisa in due librii ove si discorre del cavar sangue, medicar ferite, et balsamar corpi humani : del vero modo da farsi la scarificatione, gli opportuni tempi del salasso, e l'anatomia di esso sangue, con altri mirabili secreti, e figure
- Amato, Cintio d', active 17th century.
Tentamen medicum inaugurale, de oculi structura, quantum humoris chrystallini opacitatem, et cataractae depressionem et extractionem, attinet : quam, attuente summo numine, ex auctoritate dignissimi Vice-Cancellarii Archibaldi Davidson, S.S.T.P.P. et Collegii Glasg. Praefecti : nec non, amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto : pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus ac privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis, in comitiis Universitatis Glasguensis.
- Bolton, Thomas, active 18th century.
The new London family cook; or, Town and country housekeeper's guide. Comprehending directions for marketing ... practical instructions for preparing soups, broths, gravies, sauces, and made dishes ... With the respective branches of pastry and confectionary, the art of potting, pickling, preserving, &c., cookery for the sick, and for the poor; directions for carving ... Also a collection of valuable family recipes,in dyeing, perfumery, &c. Instructions for brewing, making of British wines, distilling, managing the dairy, and gardening. And an appendix, containing general directions for servants relative to the cleaning of household furniture, floor-cloths, stoves, marble chimney-pieces, &c. forming in the whol a most complete family instructor
- MacDonald, Duncan, active 1800.
This day was published, an essay on cutaneous eruptions, clearly demonstrating that Dickinson's Gowland's lotion is a certain specific for clearing the face and skin, ... from all scorbutic eruptions, ... and may be had gratis from Mr. Dickinson's warehouse and office, no.55, Long Acre.
- Dickinson, Robert, active 1790-1806.
The lady's complete guide; or, cookery in all its branches : containing the most approved receipts, confirmed by observation and practice, in every reputable English book of cookery now extant, besides a great variety of others which have never before been offered to the public ... To which is added ... the Complete brewer ... also the Family physician ...
- Cole, Mary, active 1788.
A voyage round the world, in the years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804. In which the author visited Madeira, the Brazils, Cape of Good Hope, the English settlements of Botany Bay and Norfolk Island ; and the principal islands in the Pacific Ocean. With a continuation of their history to the present period
- Turnbull, John, active 1800-1813.