New-York : [publisher not identified], 1811 (New-York : Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, printers to the Faculty of Physic of Columbia College, No. 160 Pearl-Street)
Book — xi, , 249,  pages : table (folded) ; 20 cm
First book on cerebrospinal meningitis; recommends use of the clinical thermometer, not in general use until the time of Wunderlich. The author distinguishes his spotted fever from two types of typhus.
Troy [N.Y.] : Printed by O. Penniman and Co., sold by them at the Troy Bookstore, and by Richards and Bliss, Utica, 1803.
Book — 162,  pages,  leaf of plates : illustrations ; 19 cm
Includes case reports of tuberculosis patients treated with digitalis with some recoveries. The section on scrofula recommends a mixture of muriate of lime (hydrochloric acid with lime) as opposed to bleeding.
The second edition [2nd ed.], to which are now prefixed, some remarks on the nature and cure of the ulcerated sore throat. - London : For G.G. & J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, MDCCXCIII  (Birmingham [England] : Printed by M. Swinney).
The second edition [2nd ed.], with a supplement, confirming the said use, with further instances of its success. - London : Printed for A. Millar, and D. Wilson and T. Durham, in the Strand, MDCCLVII .