Remarks on the concentrated extract; or, anima of quassia, (in the form of pills) lately invented, and prepared by Hallam & Co. Which is found to be an incomparable remedy for weak and debilitated constitutions ... In short, in all cases where the constitution has been reduced by disease or irregularities.
- Hallam and Co.
National calendar, or, Herrick's almanac : for the year of our Lord 1897 being until July 4th, the 121st of American independence, in which are contained, among other useful and entertaining matters, the remarkable eclipses, lunations, conjunctions, and aspects, with tables of the rising and the setting of the sun and the moon, tides, and a notice of the sun's four cardinal ingresses
- Dr. Herrick's Family Medicines.
An introduction to physic and surgery: containing. I. Medicinal institutions, or physiology, hygieine, pathology, semeiotice, and therapeutice. II. A compendious system of anatomy III. A general account of woods, ulcers, tumours, operations, and dressings; as also, the medicines used in surgery. IV. Botany and the materia medica. V. Pharmacy, as well chemical as Galenical. VI. A dispensatory, containing a great variety of the most efficacious officinal compositions, and extemporaneous prescriptions. VII. A syllabus of the symptoms of all the diseases incident to the human body. VIII. An index of diseases and their remedies. IX. A posologic table, containing the doses of all the simples and compounds. X. An explanation of the terms of art, accented as they are to be pronounced.
- Brookes, Richard, active 1750.
- MDCCLIV. 
A complete collection of tables for navigation and nautical astronomy. With simple, concise, and accurate methods, for all the calculations useful at sea; particularly for deducing the longitude from lunar distances, and the latitude from two altitudes of the sun and the interval of time between the observations
- Mendoza y Ríos, José de, 1762?-1816.
The description and use of a new portable orrery, on a simple construction, representing the motions and phenomena of the planetary system, but more particularly the motions of the earth and moon round the sun ... To which is prefixed, a short account of the solar system, or the true system of the world
- Jones, William, 1763-1831.
Philosophical dissertations, with proper reflections : proving I. The non-eternity of matter and that there is a vacuum. II. That there must necessarily be one self-existent being in three self-existent properties ... III. That the light and heat of the sun ... are purely spiritous ... IV. That the soul is immortal
- Parker, Benjamin, -1747.
Dialling, plain, concave, convex, projective, reflective, refractive. Shewing, how to make all such dials, and to adorn them with all useful furniture relating to the course of the sun; performed arithmetically, geometrically, instrumentally and mechanically: and illustrated with sculptures, engraven in copper, comprised in XIV distinct tractates...
- Leybourn, William, 1626-1716.
The causes of heat and cold : in the several climates and situations of this globe, so far as they depend upon the rays of the sun, considered in order to shew that the difference of heat and cold in other countries may be nearly ascertained by a thermometer as it was read to the Royal Society
- Sheldrake, Timothy, -1770.
Accidents and emergencies : a guide : containing directions for treatment in bleeding, cuts, stabs, bruises, sprains, ruptures, broken bones, dislocations, railway and steamboat accidents, burns and scalds, explosions, bites of mad dogs, inflammations, cholera, diarrhea, injured eyes, choking, poisons, fits, sun stroke, lightning, drowning, etc., etc.
- Smee, Alfred, 1818-1877.
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A treatise on the sublime science of heliography, satisfactorily demonstrating our great orb of light, the sun, to be absolutely no other than a body of ice! Overturning all the received systems of the universe hitherto extant, proving the celebrated and indefatigable Sir Isaac Newton, in his theory of the solar system, to be as far distant from the truth, as any of the heathen authors of Greece or Rome
- Palmer, Charles (Accountant)
A new physical system of astronomy : an attempt to explain the operations of the powers which impel the planets and comets to perform eliptical revolutions round the sun, and revolve on their own axis : in which, the physical system of Sir Isaac Newton, is examined, and presumed to be refuted ; to which is annexed, a physiological treatise ; in which the first stage of animation is considered, and the means shewn, by which circulation is performed in the first rudiments of the incipient animal, before the vessels are completely organized, &c. ; together with an explanation of the general laws, by which the animal economy is governed ; and particularly, the mode whereby the operations of the vis medicatrix naturae, or the unassisted powers of nature, are exerted to obviate and cure disease ; also, successful methods of curing cancerous ulcers, the quartan ague, putrid fevers, stopping mortifications, and extracting frost, so as to leave the frozen member perfectly well
- Young, Joseph, 1733-1814.