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The Congress of Berlin: Disraeli as a tooth-drawer, assisted by Queen Victoria, operates on Sultan Abdul Hamid II of the Ottoman Empire, surrounded by political figures from France, Germany etc. Coloured lithograph by J.J. van Brederode after Jan Steen, 1878.
- Steen, Jan, 1626-1679.
- [between 1800 and 1899]
A domestic guide to medicine : by which individuals, both male and female, are enabled to treat their own complaints on a safe and easy principle : to this is prefixed a few remarks on the universal domestic medicine of the author (formerly the improved Hygeian pills) showing that this medicine is founded on the prevailing doctrines of the Brit. College of Physicians and Surgeons, London
- Ralph, Joseph.
The water-cure, applied to every known disease : a complete demonstration of the advantages of the hydropathic system of curing diseases : showing, also, the fallacy of the medicinal method, and its utter inability to effect a permanent cure : with an appendix, containing a water diet and rules for bathing
- Rausse, J. H., 1805-1848.
Medicine chest directory, and family catalogue of drugs, chemicals, and medicinal compounds : with the properties and doses of such as are more generally used in domestic medicine : to which is appended a concise description of diseases : with directions for the treatment of such as are unattended with serious consequences : showing also, the best imediate measures to be adopted in those disorders and accidents which are destructive to life, etc., etc.
- Butler, Charles, 1750-1832.
A brief narrative and life of the author : comprising his views of medicine and the theory of diseases : showing what is man, and how he may retain his health : perfectly renouncing the old theory that heat or fever, pain, ache, and swelling, is a disease, but maintaining the position that it is no more or less than the effect of a difficulty
- Thomson, Cyrus, 1797-
A concise exposition of the absurdity of the old-school system of practice in medicine : containing an epitome of the regular practice, with the character of the most important remedies employed : with a complete compendium of Eberle's medical practice, prepared with great labor and care, and the denunciations of the allopathic practice by the most popular authors : also, a comparative view of the allopathic and botanic or Thomsonian systems of practice, showing their comparative merits, with an address to the reformed or new-school practitioners
- Morton, Bryant.
A domestic guide to medicine : by which individuals, both male and female, are enabled to treat their own complaints with perfect safety : to this is prefixed a familiar treatise on the genuine Hygeian vegetable pills, or universal remedy of Dr. Ralph, showing its agreement with the prevailing doctrines of the Brit. College of Physicians and Surgeons, London and pointing out the principle on which this remedy is applicable, in one degree or other, to every disease, without exception, to which the human family is subject
- Ralph, Joseph.
The medical companion, or, Family physician : treating of the diseases of the United States, with their symptoms, causes, cure, and means of prevention : common cases in surgery, as fractures, dislocations, &c. : the management and diseases of women and children : a dispensatory, for preparing family medicines, and a glossary explaining technical terms : to which are added a brief anatomy and physiology of the human body showing, on rational principles, the cause and cure of diseases : an essay on hygieine [sic], or the art of preserving health without the aid of medicine : an American materia medica, pointing out the virtues and doses of our medicinal plants : also, the nurse's guide
- Ewell, James, 1773-1832.