An essay on regimen, for the preservation of health, especially of the indolent, studious, delicate and invalid; illustrated by appropriate cases; to which are Added, Observations on what is vulgarly termed Catching Cold, on the Art of Mending Health, on Fashionable Diseases, on Lady and Gentlemen Doctors, and on Quacks and Quackery: with seasonable remarks, Economical, Moral and Religious, on the present state of the British Dominions. The profits to be faithfully applied to the purposes of Charity. By James M. Adair, M. D. Member of the Royal Medical Society, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, and Formerly, Physician to the Commander in Chief of the Leeward Islands, and to the Colonial Troops, and one of the Judges of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas in the Leeward Islands.
- Adair, James Makittrick, 1728-1802.
American medicine and the people's health : an outline with statistical data on the organization of medicine in the United States, with special reference to the adjustment of medical service to social and economic change / by Harry H. Moore ... with an introduction by the Committee of five of the Washington conference on the economic factors affecting the organization of medicine.
- Moore, Harry H. 1881-1949