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The wonders of nature and art; or, A concise account of whatever is most curious and remarkable in the world; whether relating to its animal, vegetable and mineral productions, or to the manufactures, buildings and inventions of its inhabitants, compiled from historical and geographical works of established celebrity, and illustrated with the discoveries of modern travellers
- Smith, Thomas, 1775 or 1776-1830.
The works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher : containing his Complete master-piece and Family physician, his Experienced midwife, his Book of problems, and Remarks on physiognomy : to the original work is added, An essay on marriage; its duties and enjoyments.
- University of Glasgow. Library
The Indian vegetable family instructer: : containing the names and descriptions of all the most useful herbs and plants that grow in this country, with their medicinal qualities annexed; also, a treatise on many of the lingering diseases to which mankind are subject, ... with a large list of recipes, which have been carefully selected from Indian prescriptions ... Designed for the use of families in the United States.
- Bowker, Pierpont F.
Gwaith Aristotle, yr enwog philosophydd : sef ei gyflawn brif orchestwaith, yn amlygu dirgelion natur mewn perthynas i genhedliad dyn : at yr hyn ychwanegir meddyginiaeth deuluaidd, yn cynwys meddyginiaethau profedig i'r amrywiol glefydon sydd yn dueddol i ddigwydd i'r corph dynol : hefyd, ei fydwraig brofedig, sef hyfforddiadau hollol angenrheidiol i law-feddygon, bydwragedd, mamaethod, a merched yn planta : ynghyd a'i orchest-lyfr, yn cynnwys amrywiol ofyniadan ac attebion perthynol i ansawdd corph dyn : a'i gymmunrodd olaf, yn gosod allan ddirgelion natur yn nghenhedliad dyn
- Aristotle, pseud.
- [between 1840 and 1849?]
The family physician; or, Domestic medical friend : containing plain and practical instructions for the prevention and cure of diseases, according to the newest improvements and discoveries; with a series of chapters on collateral subjects; comprising every thing relative to the theory and principles of the medical art, necessary to be known by the private practitioner; the whole adapted to the use of those heads of families who have not had a classical or medical education
- Thomson, Alexander, M.D.