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Physical science: its past, present and future. An address delivered before the Goethean Literary Society of marshall College. Office of the odd fellow Boonsboro, MD 1851
Paraclesus and his influence on chemistry and medicine. M. Kieffer & Co., printers Chambersburg, PA 1853
Lecture, introductory to the course on chemistry and pharmacy in the National Medical College, Washington, D.C. M. Kieffer & Co., printers Chambersburg, PA 1853
The chemistry of fire. Mercersburg Review Chambersburg, PA 1855
Report on the progress of medical chemistry. Read before the Medical & Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland. James Lucas & Son, "Steam Press" Baltimore 1855
Henry Cavendish and the discovery of the chemical constitution of water. A lecture, introductory to the course on chemistry, in the National Medical College, session of 1855-6. American Medical Monthly New York 1855
The medical profession and modern chemistry. An oration delivered before the medical and chirurgical faculty of Maryland at its annual convention, June 4, 1856. James Lucas & Son, Baltimore 1856
Report on strychnia: its physiological properties, and chemical detection. Transactions of the American Medical Association Philadelphia 1856
The utility of colleges of pharmacy. Maryland College of Pharmacy Baltimore 1856
Eighth annual report of the board of managers and treasurer of the Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the mechanic Arts, with the annual reports to the board of the standing committees and other officers of the institute. James Lucas & Son, Baltimore 1856
Report on the recent contributions of chemsitry to the medical profession. Ritchie and Dunnavant Richmond, VA 1857
An address at the dedication of the second hall of the Goethean Literary Society of Franklin and Marshall College. M. Kieffer & Co., printers Chambersburg, PA 1857
The human body and disease, considered from the Christian standpoint. Mercersburg Review Chambersburg, PA 1858
The calendar, civil and ecclesiastical. By a layman of the German Reformed Church. Mercersburg Review Chambersburg, PA 1858
Oration before the medical and surgical society of Baltimore at its fourth anniversary meeting, January 17, 1859. John D. Toy, printer Baltimore 1859
Valedictory address delivered at the third annual commencement of the Maryland College of Pharmacy, March 15, 1859. Frederick A. Hanzsche, printer Baltimore 1859
Review of "Quacks and their Success": oration before the medical and surgical society of Baltimore. Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery Nashville[?] 1859
Christian union and the liturgical tendencies of the times. Mercersburg Review Chambersburg, PA 1859
Proceedings of the general meeting of the medical profession, in relation to the deaths of Charles Frick, M.D., professor of materia-medica and therapeutics in the University of Maryland; and Berwick B. Smith, M.D., demonstrator of anatomy in the University of Maryland. John Murphy & Co. Baltimore 1860
A catechism of Christian religion; commonly called the Heidelberg catechism. M. Kieffer & Co., printers Chambersburg, PA 1860
The marvelous in modern times. M. Kieffer & Co.'s caloric printing press Chambersburg, PA 1860
Valedictory address delivered at the fifth annual commencement of the Maryland College of Pharmacy, March 1, 1861. Frederick A. Hanzsche, printer Baltimore 1861
Animal magnetism and hypnotism. Mercersburg Review Chambersburg, PA 1861
The divining rod. An article from the Mecersburg Review for July 1861. M. Kieffer & Co.'s caloric printing press Chambersburg, PA 1861
Table movings and spirit rappings, from Mecersburg Review, October number, 1861. M. Kieffer & Co.'s caloric printing press Chambersburg, PA 1861
Catechesis relitionis Christianae, seu catechismu Heidelbergensis. John D. Toy, printer Baltimore 1862
A sketch of the history, plan of organization, and operations of the U.S. Sanitary Commission. Jas. B. Rodgers, printer Philadelphia 1866
Our duty to acquit ourselves like men in the battle of life. Maryland College of Pharmacy Baltimore 1872
The character of the model physician. Innes & Co., printers Baltimore 1874
Some lessons learned in the first century of our national existence. Mercersburg Review Lancaster, PA 1875
The Louisiana legislature and states rights! John F. Wiley, state printer Annapolis, MD 1876
Am I my brother's keeper? American Public Health Assn. Cambridge 1876
Health; a prerequisite to national success in peace and in war. George Colton, state printer Annapolis, MD 1878
Some changes required by the present status of medicine. Collins, printer Philadelphia 1879
Annual address before the American Academy of Medicine American Academy of Medicine New York 1879
The college and the old college curriculum. Reformed Church Publication Board Philadelphia 1887
Christian Ax, In Memoriam Baltimore 1888
The Enoch Pratt Free Library Johns Hopkins University Baltimore 1890
Will a shortening of the college curriculum conduce to better preparation for the study of medicine? American Academy of Medicine New York 1891
  

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