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Business methods of specialists, or, How the advertising doctor succeeds : an exposition of the inside workings of the complicated structure the advertising specialist has built about himself, the doors of which are seldom open to the professional investigator
- Albright, Jacob Dissinger, 1870-
A popular treatise on medical philosophy : or, An exposition of quackery and imposture in medicine. (Read before the Phi beta kappa society of Union College, at its anniversary meeting, and, in conformity with a resolution, pub. as a part of its Transactions.)
- Ticknor, Caleb, 1804-1840.
Discoveries in the science and art of healing : with observations on the primary cause of disease, and testimonials upon which the author rests his claims to public confidence : together with an appendix containing remarks on the evidence in the case of the late Miss Cashin
- Long, John St. John, 1798-1834.
The general state of medical and chirurgical practice, ancient and modern, exhibited; : shewing them to be inadequate, ineffectual, absurd, and ridiculous, particularly in consumptions, asthmas, nervous, gouty, bilious, scorbutic, scrophulous, rheumatic, and in many other disorders, external as well as internal; and more rational, elegant, speedy, effectual, and lasting methods of cure, by means of diet, simple medicines, aërial, aetherial, magnetic, and electric influences, effluvia, medicines, baths, vapours, and applications, ―recommended. To which are added a great number of recent and remarkable cases and cures, never before published.
- Graham, James, 1745-1794.
Morisoniana, or Family advisor of the British College of Health : being a collection of the works of Mr Morison, the hygeist ; comprising 'Origin of life, and true cause of diseases explained' - 'Important advice to the world' - 'Letter on cholera morbus of India’ – ‘Anti-Lancet’ in six numbers – and ‘more new truths’. Forming a complete manual for individuals and families, for every thing that regards preserving them in health and curing their diseases. The whole tried and proved by the members of the British College of Health, as the only true theory and practice of medicine ; and thus furnishing ample testimony that the old medical science is completely wrong. With an appendix, containing numerous well-authenticated cures, and other interesting matter.
- Morison, James, 1770-1840.
Essays on fashionable diseases. The dangerous effects of hot and crouded rooms. The clothing of invalids. Lady and gentlemen doctors. And on quacks and quackery ... With a dedication to Philip Thicknesse ... To which is added a dramatic dialogue ...
- Adair, James Makittrick, 1728-1802.
Quacks and quackery. A remonstrance against the sanction given by the Government, the press, and the public, to the system of imposture and fraud practised on the ignorant and credulous in the quackeries of the day; with remarks on homoeopathy, hydropathy, mesmerism, mesmero-phrenology, etc
A troupe of quack medicine vendors crying up their wares, representing Opposition politicians advertising their policies to the Prince Regent, but he, represented as a horse ridden by R.C. Wellesley, gallops away from them. Coloured etching by G. Cruikshank after "Nathaniel NoParty", 1812.
- NoParty, Nathaniel, active 1812.
- 1 Feb[r]u[a]ry 1812
Advertisement : Here is lately arrived a doctor of physick, who by his long study and experience, both at home and in foreign countries, has acquir'd as learned and safe a method in curing all diseases incident to humane bodies ... as the nature of the distemper will permit.
- Between 1670 and 1699?]