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      Eclectic repertory and analytical review, medical and philosophical. Vol. 8 [1]
      Eclectic repertory and analytical review, medical and philosophical. Vol. 9 [1]
      Elementorum myologiae specimen [1]
      Elements of chemistry, including the actual state and prevalent doctrines of the science [1]
      Elements of chemistry, including the actual state and prevalent doctrines of the science. Part 1 [1]
      Elements of chemistry, including the actual state and prevalent doctrines of the science. Part 2 [1]
      The elements of experimental chemistry. Vol. 2 [1]
      Elements of pathology, and practice of physic. Vol. 1 [1]
      Elements of the theory and practice of physic. Vol. 1 [1]
      Elements of the theory and practice of physic. Vol. 2 [1]
      The English malady ; or, A treatise of nervous diseases of all kinds, as spleen, vapours, lowness of spirits, hypochondriacal, and hysterical distempers, &c. [1]
      Entomologie und Helmintologie des menschlichen Korpers, oder, Beschreibung und Abbildung der Bewohner und Feinde desselben unter den Insekten und Wurmern. Band 1 [1]
      Entomologie und Helmintologie des menschlichen Korpers, oder, Beschreibung und Abbildung der Bewohner und Feinde desselben unter den Insekten und Wurmern. Band 2 [1]
      An epitome of the history of medicine : based upon a course of lectures delivered in the University of Buffalo [1]
      Esculapia : or the White Sulphur and Chalybeate Springs, of Lewis County, KY; 12 Miles from the Ohio River and 16 Miles from Maysville [1]
      An essay concerning human understanding. And a treatise on the conduct of the understanding [1]
      An Essay Concerning the Cause of the Endemial Colic of Devonshire [1]
      An essay on bilious fevers; or, The history of a bilious epidemic fever at Lausanne, in the year 1755 [1]
      Essay on Deafness [1]
      An essay on the nature, causes, and treatment of deafness : and on the diseases and obstructions of the cavity of the tympanum, and of the eustachian tube, as causes of deafness, and a new method of treating them by medicated vapour [1]