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Hosack, David
Hosack, David (Dr)
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1769-1835
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Francis, John W. (1789-1861)
Francis, John Wakefield (1789-1861)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
New-York Historical Society
Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pearson, George (1751-1828. [from old catalog])
Raffeneau-Delile, Alire (1778-1850)
Rush, Benjamin (1746-1813)
Thomas, Robert (1753-1835)
Townsend, Peter S. (1796-1849) (Peter Solomon))
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American medical and philosophical register, The
Annals of medicine, natural history, agriculture, and the arts
Biographical memoir of hugh williamson, m.d. ll. d. delivered on the first of november, 1819, at the request of the new-york historical society
Case of aneurism of the femoral artery communicated in a letter to John Abernethy
Catalogue of plants contained in the botanic garden at elgin, in the vicinity of new-york, established in 1801
Catalogue of the entire medical library of the late Doctor David Hosack ...
Documents in the matter of an application to the honorable the Legislature of the State of New-York, for a charter for Manhattan College.
Dr. Hosack's address
Enquiry into the causes of suspended animation from drowning with the means of restoring life
Essays on various subjects of medical Science
Funeral address, delivered on the twenty-sixth of may, 1818, at the interment of doctor james tillary, late president of the st. andrew's society of the city of new york
Hortus Elginensis or, A catalogue of plants, indigenous and exotic, cultivated in the Elgin botanic garden, in the vicinity of the city of New-York. Established in 1801
Inaugural address, delivered before the new-york historical society, on the second tuesday of february, 1820
Inaugural discourse, delivered at the opening of rutgers medical college in the city of new york, on monday, the 6th day of november, 1826
Introductory discourse to a course of lectures on the theory and practice of physic containing observations on the inductive system of prosecuting medical inquiries, and a tribute to the memory of the late dr. benjamin rush, delivered at the college of physicians and surgeons, on the third of november, 1813
Introductory lecture on medical education delivered at the commencement of the annual course of lectures on botany and the materia medica : published at the request of the students of medicine
l'opinion des médecins américains sur la contagion ou la non-contagion de la fièvre jaune, De : ou réponse aux allégations de MM. les docteurs Hosack et Townsend de New-York, publiées, l'an dernier, dans la Revue médicale, la Gazette de France et le New-York enquirer
Lectures upon animal life
Memoir of De Witt Clinton with an appendix containing numerous documents illustrative of the principal events of his life
Observations on croup or hives addressed in a letter to A.R. Delile
Observations on the advantages of exposing wounds to the air after capital operations;
observations on the canada thistle
Observations on the establishment of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New-York and the late proceedings of the regents of the university relative to that institution communicated in a letter to James S. Stringham
Observations on the laws governing the communication of contagious diseases, and the means of arresting their progress Read before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New-York, on the 9th of June, 1814
Observations on the peripneumonia typhodes now prevailing in several districts of the United States communicated in a letter to T. Romeyn Beck
Observations on the surgery of the ancients vindicating their claims to many of the reputed discoveries and improvements of modern times : delivered as an introductory discourse to a course of lectures on surgery and midwifery
oration, delivered before the American Philosophical Society, held in Philadelphia on the 27th of February, 1786, An : containing an enquiry into the influence of physical causes upon the moral faculty
Plan of study adopted in the private medical school established by David Hosack
Remarks on the treatment of the typhoid state of fever
Report on botany and vegetable physiology read at a meeting of the Historical Society, held at the New-York institution on the 8th day of April, 1817.
Statement of facts relative to the establishment and progress of the elgin botanic garden, and the subsequent disposal of the same to the state of new-york
Syllabus of the courses of lectures on the theory and practice of physic and on obstetrics and the diseases of women and children delivered in the University of New-York
System of practical nosology to which is prefixed, a synopsis of the systems of sauvages, linnæus, vogel, sagar, macbride, cullen, darwin, crichten, pinel, parr, swediaur, and young
treatise on domestic medicine, pointing out ... the nature, symptoms, causes, probable terminations and treatment of all diseases incident to men, women, and children in both cold and warm climates; as also, appropriate prescriptions in English ..., A
Tribute to the memory of the late Caspar Wistar delivered in the Hall of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Jan. 26, 1818
Tribute to the memory of the late Caspar Wistar, M.D. : professor of anatomy, &c. in the University of Pennsylvania, president of the American Philosophical Society for the Promotion of Useful Knowledge, &c.
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