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.
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.
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.
Remarks on the impositions of quacks : so much practiced in this Kingdom. Wherein is exposed to the public themeans of distinguishing them from able physicians and surgeons. And how much it is to be wished that the laws would appoint some effectual means to suppress these vile ways of practicing, so prejudicial to his Majesty's subjects
- Brest, Vincent.
Medical cautions : chiefly for the consideration of invalids. Containing essays on fashionable diseases, the dangerous effects of hot and crouded rooms, an enquiry into the use of medicine during a course of mineral waters, on quacks, and quack medicine, and lady doctors. And an essay on regimen, very much enlarged ...
- Adair, James Makittrick, 1728-1802.
The oeconomy of quackery considered, in a reply to Mr. Spilsbury's pamphlet, entitled, Free thoughts on quacks and their medicines. To which is added, an answer to a surgeon's Letter to the Master, Wardens, and Court of Assistants, on their permitting aliens, apothecaries, and quacks, to encroach on the business of surgeons
- Prosser, Thomas.
Free thoughts on quacks and their medicines, occasioned by the death of Dr. Goldsmith and Mr. Scawen; or, a candid ... inquiry into the ... advertised remedies ... Wherein ... have been ... interspersed ... animadversions tending to defend minerals ... by proving the superiority of the productions of the mineral ... kingdoms
- Spilsbury, Francis.
Information for the legislature and people of the State of Pennsylvania, and professional men throughout the United States : in relation to various systems of superstitious frauds, and particularly those inflicted upon the credulous by pretended doctors in medicine : together with an explanation of the homoeopathic and other systems of deception : advice to students of medicine, young physicians, the public, &c.
- National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
The danger, irrationality, and evils of medical quackery : also, the causes of its success : the nature of its machinery : the amount of government profits : with reasons why it should be suppressed : and an appendix containing the composition of many popular quack medicines : addressed to all classes
- Cowan Charles, 1806-1868.
Deadly adulteration and slow poisoning : or, Disease and death in the pot and the bottle; in which the blood-empoisoning and life-destroying adulterations of wines, spirits, beer, bread, flour, tea, sugar, spices, cheesemongery, pastry, confectionary medicines, &c. &c. &c. are laid open to the public, with tests or methods for the ascertaining and detecting the fraudulent and deleterious adulterations and the good and bad qualities of those articles : with an exposé of medical empiricism and imposture, quacks and quackery, regular and irregular, legitimate and illegitimate: and the frauds and mal-practices of pawn-brokers and madhouse keepers
- University of Leeds. Library.