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Stuart, James, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland (1616)
A counterblaste to tobacco. In: The workes of the most high and mightie prince, James Published by James, Bishop of Winton, and Deane of his Majesties Chappel Royall. London: printed by Robert Barker and John Bill, printers to the Kings most excellent Majestie, pp 214-222.

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Bacon F (1626)
The New Atlantis. Republished in: Rawley W (1685). Sylva Sylvarum: or a natural history in ten centuries. Written by the Right Honorable Francis, Lord Verulam, Viscount Sr. Albans. Eleventh edition. London: Printed for B Griffin.

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Bacon F (1645)
Franc Baconis de Verulamio / Summi Angliae Cancellarii /Novum organum scientiarum. Lugd. Bat: apud Adrianum Wiingaerde, et Franciscum Moiardum. Aphorism XLVI (pages 45-46).

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Starkey G (1657)
Natures explication and Helmont’s vindication…Or A short and sure way to a long and sound life. London: printed by E. Cotes for Thomas Alsop at the two Sugar-loaves over against St. Antholins Church at the lower end of Watling Street.

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Wiseman R (1676)
Eight chirugical treatises. London: R Royston, p 123.

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Nettleton T (1722)
Part of a letter from Dr. Nettleton, physician at Halifax, to Dr. Jurin, R. S. Sec concerning the inoculation of the small pox, and the mortality of that distemper in the natural way. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1722-1723) 32:209-212.

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Massey I (1723)
A short and plain account of inoculation. With some remarks on the main argument made use of to recommend that practice, by Mr. Maitland and others. To which is added, a letter to the learned James Jurin, M.D.R.S. Secr. Col. Reg. Med. Lond. Soc. London: W. Meadows.

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Jurin J (1724)
A letter to the learned Dr. Caleb Cotesworth, F. R. S. of the College of Physicians, London, and physician to St. Thomas's Hospital; containing a comparison between the danger of the natural small pox, and that given by inoculation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1722 - 1723), 32:213-227.

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Clifton F (1732)
The state of physick, ancient and modern, briefly considered: with a plan for the improvement of it. London printed by W Bowyer, for John Nourse without Temple-Bar.

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Monro A (1737)
Remarks on the amputations of the larger extremities. In: Medical essays and observations. Edinburgh: T & W Ruddimans.

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Cheselden W (1740)
The anatomy of the human body. 5th edition. London: William Bowyer.

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Monro A (1752)
Remarks on the amputations of the larger extremities. In: Medical essays and observations. Edinburgh: Hamilton, Balfour, Neill.

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Berkeley G (1752)
Farther thoughts on tar-water. In: Bishop of Cloyne. A miscellany, containing several tracts on various subjects. London: Tonson and Draper.

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Smellie W (1752)
A treatise on the theory and practice of Midwifery. 2nd edition. London: D. Wilson, T Durham, p 224.

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Lind J (1753)
A treatise of the scurvy. In three parts. Containing an inquiry into the nature, causes and cure, of that disease. Together with a critical and chronological view of what has been published on the subject. Edinburgh: Printed by Sands, Murray and Cochran for A Kincaid and A Donaldson.

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Vage (1759)
An extract of a letter from Mr Vage, dated at Senegal, Oct. 15, 1759. Medical Observations and Inquiries 1764;2. London: William Johnston, pp 269-272.

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Hillary W (1761)
An inquiry into the means of improving medical knowledge. London: Hitch and Hawes.

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Lind J (1762)
An essay on the most effectual means of preserving the health of seamen, in the Royal Navy. London: D Wilson.

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Lind J (1763)
Two papers on fevers and infection. London: D Wilson.

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Pierce R (1763)
Quoted in Sutherland A. Attempts to revive ancient medical doctrines Volume 1. London: A Millar, pp xxiii-xxiv.

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Stone E (1764)
An account of the success of the bark of the willow in the cure of agues. Philosophical Transactions 53:195-200.

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Watson W (1768)
An account of a series of experiments, instituted with a view of ascertaining the most successful method of inoculating the smallpox. London: J Nourse.

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Millar J (1770)
Observations on the prevailing diseases in Great Britain. London: Cadell.

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White C (1770)
Cases in surgery. London: Johnson., p vi, viii.

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Charleton R (1770)
An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies. Oxford: Clarendon.

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Lind J (1771)
An essay on diseases incidental to Europeans in hot climates. London: Becket and De Hondt.

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Aikin J (1771)
Thoughts on hospitals. London: Joseph Johnson.

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Gregory J (1772)
Lectures on the duties and qualifications of a physician. London: Strahan and Cadell.

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Cullen W (1772)
Clinical lectures. Edinburgh, Feb-April, 218-219.

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Duncan A (1773)
Medical and Philosophical Commentaries. Volume First, Part I. London: J Murray.

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Lettsom JC (1774)
Medical memoirs of the General Dispensary in London. London: for the Author.

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Sims J (1774)
A discourse on the best methods of prosecuting medical enquiries. London: J Johnson, p78-9, 80, 86-88, 99-101.

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Lettsom JC (1775)
On the improvement of medicine in London on the basis of public good. London: Phillips.

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Millar J (1777)
Observations on the practice in the medical department of the Westminster General Dispensary. London, by order of the Governors.

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Dobson M (1779)
A medical commentary on fixed air. Chester: J. Monk.

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Millar J (1779)
Observations on the management of the prevailing diseases particularly in the Army and Navy. London, for the author.

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Clark J (1780)
Observations on fevers, especially of the continued type. London: T Cadell.

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Home F (1780)
Clinical experiments, histories and dissections. Edinburgh: Creech; London: Murray.

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Rollo J (1781)
Observations on the diseases which appeared in the Army on St Lucia…, Barbados. Orderson for the author.

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Black W (1782)
An historical sketch of medicine and surgery from their origin to the present time. London: J Johnson.

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Alanson E (1782)
Practical observations on amputation, and the after-treatment, 2nd edn. London: Joseph Johnson.

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McCausland R (1783)
Facts and observations on different medical subjects. Medical Commentaries viii (1781/82), 247-96.

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Haygarth J (1784)
An inquiry into how to prevent smallpox. Chester and London.

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Withering W (1785)
An account of the foxglove and some of its medical uses: with practical remarks on dropsy and other diseases. London: J and J Robinson.

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Fowler T (1785)
Medical reports of the effects of tobacco in the cure of dropsies and dysuries.... London: J Johnson.

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Blane G (1785)
Observations on the diseases incident to seamen. London: Joseph Cooper, pp ix.

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Parry CH (1786)
Experiments relative to the medical effects of Turkey Rhubarb, and of the English Rhubarbs, No. I and No. II made on patients of the Pauper Charity. Letters and Papers of the Bath Society 11:431-453.

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Fowler T (1786)
Medical reports of the effects of arsenic in the cure of agues, remitting feveres and periodic headachs. London: J Johnson, pp 105-107.

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Hunter J (1788)
A treatise on the venereal disease. London: G Nicol and J Johnson, pp 69-70.

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Gordon A (1788)
The practice of physick. Unpublished manuscript.

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Percival T (1788)
Essays medical, philosophical and experimental Vol 1.4th ed. Warrington: Eyres, for London: Johnson.

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Black W (1788)
A comparative view of the mortality of the human species at all ages. London: Dilly, pp 35-38.

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Black W (1789)
An arithmetical and medical analysis of the diseases and mortality of the human species. London: J Johnson.

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Robertson R (1789)
Observations on jail, hospital, or ship fever. New ed. London: for the Author.

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Blane G (1789)
Observations on the diseases incident to seamen. 2nd edition. London: Cooper.

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Robertson R (1790)
Essay on fever. London: printed for the author.

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Sims RC (1791)
Letter VI. Letters and Papers of the Bath Society III: 486-487.

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Clark J (1792)
Observations on the diseases which prevail in long voyages to hot countries. London: J Murray.

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Trotter T (1792)
Observations on the scurvy. London: Longman, pp 137-138, 184.

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Ferriar J (1792)
Medical histories and reflections. Vol 1. London: Cadell and Davies.

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Rowley W (1793)
The causes of a great number of deaths amongst adults and children. 2nd edn. London: Newbery.

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Haygarth J (1793)
Sketch of a plan to exterminate the casual smallpox from Great Britain; and to introduce general inoculation. London: J Johnson

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Fordyce G (1793)
An attempt to improve the evidence of medicine. Transactions of a Society for the Improvement of Medical and Chirurgical Knowledge.  London: J Johnson.

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Hunter J (1794)
A treatise on the blood, inflammation and gun-shot wounds. London: G Nichol, p 531.

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Ferriar J (1795)
Medical histories and reflections. Vol. 2. London: Cadell and Davies.

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Gordon A (1795)
A treatise on the epidemic puerperal fever of Aberdeen. In: Churchill F, ed (1849). Essays on the puerperal fever and other diseases selected from the writings of British authors previous to the close of the eighteenth century. London: Sydenham Society, p 445-500.

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Sutton D (1796)
The Inoculator; or Suttonian system of inoculation, fully set forth in a plain and familiar manner. London: Printed for the author.

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Currie J (1797)
Medical reports on the effects of water, cold and warm, as a remedy in fever, and febrile diseases. Liverpool and London: M’Creery and Cadell.

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Millar J (1798)
Observations on the management of diseases in the Army and Navy in reply to Dr. Monroe. London: for the Author.

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Fordyce G (1798)
A third dissertation on fever, Parts I & II. London: J Johnson.

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Jenner E (1798)
An enquiry into the causes and effects of the variolae vaccinae. London: S Low.

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Millar J (1798)
Observations on the conduct of the war. An appeal to the people of Great Britain. London: for the author.

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Haygarth J (1800)
Of the imagination, as a cause and as a cure of disorders of the body: exemplified by fictitious tractors, and epidemical convulsions. Bath: R. Crutwell.

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McGrigor J (1801)
Account of diseases of the 88th Regiment, during their passage to India, and at Bombay, from December 1798 till June 1800. Annals of Medicine, Vol I Lustrum II, 1:353-369.

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Rollo J (1801)
A short account of the Royal Artillery Hospital at Woolwich. London: Mawman.

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Jenner E (1801)
The origin of the vaccine inoculation. Printed by DN Shury, Berwick Street, Soho.

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Cooper A (1801)
Farther observations on the effects which take place from the destruction of the Membrana Tympani of the ear; with an account of the operation for the removal of a particular species of deafness. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Part 1:435-451.

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Fordyce G (1802)
A second dissertation on fever. London: J Johnson.

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Fordyce G (1803)
A fifth dissertation on fever. London: J Johnson.

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Haygarth J (1803)
A letter to Dr Percival on the prevention of infections, fevers… Annals of Medicine. Vol II, Lustrum II, 51-78.

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Percival T (1803)
Medical ethics or, a code of institutes and precepts adapted to the professional conduct of physicians and surgeons. Manchester: S Russell for J Johnson.

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Currie W (1804)
Medical reports of the effects of water: cold and warm as a remedy in fever and febrile diseases. Vol. 2. London: M’Creery & Cadell.

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Pearson G, Nihell L, Nelson T, Keate T, Forster T, Carpue JC, Doratt J, Rivers F, Brand EA, de Bruyn P, Heaviside J, Payne T, Sancho W (1805)
Original Vaccine Pock Institution. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal 1:513-515.

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Cuming R (1805)
On the use of aqua frigida in scalds, in epidemic ophthalmia, and the effects of cold on the human body. Medical and Physical Journal. 14:239-241.

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Haygarth J (1805)
A clinical history of diseases 1. Acute rheumatism. 2. Nodosity of the joints. London: Cadell and Davies.

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Sutton T (1806)
A practical account of remittent fever. London: Robinson, p 16-17.

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Falconer W (1807)
A practical dissertation on the effects of the medicinal effects of the Bath waters. London and Bath: Robinson & Crutwell. 3rd edition Bath: Meyler and London: Robinson, pp 29, 40-41, 50-52, 72-74, 99, 101, 106, 115-116, 117, 124.

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Haslam J (1809)
Observations on madness and melancholy. London: Callow.

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Black W (1810)
A dissertation on insanity; illustrated with tables and extracted from between two and three thousand cases in Bedlam. London: for the author.

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Blane G (1813)
Observations on the comparative prevalence, mortality, & treatment of different diseases.... Medico-chirurgical Transactions, Vol 4, p 89-141, London.

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Mills T (1813)
An essay on the utility of bloodletting in fever Dublin: J.Barlow, for Gilbert and Hodges, London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown.

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Guthrie GJ (1815)
A treatise on gun-shot wounds. London: Burgess and Hill.

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MacGrigor J (1816)
Sketch of the medical history of the British armies in the peninsula of Spain and Portugal, during the late campaigns. Medico-chirurgical Transactions 6:381-489.

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Lesassier Hamilton A (1816)
Dissertatio Medica Inauguralis De Synocho Castrensi [Inaugural medical dissertation on camp fever]. Edinburgh: J Ballantyne.

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Hutchinson AC (1817)
Some further observations on the subject of the proper period for amputating in gun-shot wounds. London: Callow, p16.

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MacLean C (1818)
Results of an Investigation, respecting Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases. Vol. 2. London: Underwood.

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Marcet A (1819)
An essay on the chemical history and medical treatment of calculous disorders. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown.

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Prout WM (1821)
An inquiry into the nature and treatment of gravel, calculus and other diseases connected with a deranged operation of the urinary organs. London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy.

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Elliotson J (1823)
Medical properties of quinine. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions 12:543-564.

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Yelloly J (1829)
Remarks on the tendency to calculous diseases with observations on the nature of urinary concretions. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 119: 55-81.

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Hawkins FB (1829)
The elements of medical statistics. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green.

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Todd TJ (1831)
The book of analysis or a new method of experience.... London.

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Bostock J (1833)
History of medicine. In: Forbes et al. eds. The cyclopaedia of practical medicine. Vol 1. Sherwood et al.: London, pp i-lxxii (see p lxix).

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Hunter J (1835)
The works of John Hunter FRS, edited by James F Palmer, Vol 1. London: Longman et al., p 360.

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Alcock R (1838)
Notes on the medical history and statistics of the British Legion in Spain; comprising the results of gun-shot wounds, in relation to important questions in surgery. London: Churchill, p 8-9, 27, 47, 54, 58-59.

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Carlisle A (1839)
On the production of representations of objects by the action of light. Mechanics Journal p 329.

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Alcock R (1840)
Observations on injuries of joints and their treatment. Medico - chirurgical Transactions 23: 243-322.

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Alcock R (1840-41a)
Lectures on amputations and on the nature, progress and termination of the injuries for which it is required (Lecture 1 of 20). Lancet 1:105-111 and passim up to 2:849—858.

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Alcock R (1840-41b)
Lectures on amputations and on the nature, progress and termination of the injuries for which it is required (Lecture 2 of 20). Lancet 1:217-220 and passim up to 2:849—858.

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Forbes J (1846)
Homoeopathy, allopathy and “young physic”. British and Foreign Medical Review 225-265.

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Thomson TRH (1846)
On the value of quinine in African remittent fever. Lancet 47:244-245.

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Simpson JY (1847)
Account of a new anesthetic agent. Edinburgh.

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Bryson A (1847)
Report on the Climate and Principal Diseases of the African Station. London: Printed by order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.

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Balfour TG (1854)
Quoted in West C. Lectures on the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood. London, Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, p 600.

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Bryson A (1854)
On the prophylactic influence of quinine. Medical Times and Gazette 8:6-7.

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Treatment Committee of the Medical Council (1855)
Report on the results of the different methods of treatment pursued in epidemic cholera. [Metropolitan Report and Report on the Provinces throughout England and Scotland]. Report to the General Board of Health. London: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office.

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McShane C (1856)
Medical Statistical Returns of the African Station. In: Statistical Report of the Health of the Royal Navy for the year 1856. London: House of Commons, pp 82-83.

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Baikie WB (1856)
Narrative of an exploring voyage up the rivers Kwora and Binue in 1854. London: John Murray.

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Thompson T (1859)
Observations on the administration of ozonized oils. Medical and Chirurgical Transactions 42:349-360.

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Airy GB (1861)
On the algebraical and numerical theory of errors of observations and the combination of observations. Cambridge: MacMillan and Co.

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Mill JS (1862)
A system of logic ratiocinative and inductive. 5th Edn,vol 1. London:Parker, Son and Bourn, pp418,431-3.

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Barclay AW (1864)
Medical errors: fallacies connected with the application of the inductive method of reasoning to the science of medicine. London: Churchill, p 55 and 71-71.

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Sutton HG (1865)
Cases of rheumatic fever treated for the most part by mint water. Guy’s Hospital Reports 2:392-428.

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Bennett JH (1865)
The restorative treatment of pneumonia. Edinburgh, AC Black.

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Lister J (1870)
Effects of the antiseptic system of treatment upon the salubrity of a surgical hospital. Lancet 1:4-6 and 40-42.

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Bain A (1870)
Logic. London: Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer p 362.

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Crichton Browne J (1872)
Conium in the treatment of acute mania. Lancet 1:217-8.

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Maclagan T (1876)
The treatment of acute rheumatism by salicin. Lancet 1:383-84.

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Keith T (1878)
Results of ovariotomy before and after antiseptics. BMJ 1878;2;590-593. doi:10.1136/bmj.2.929.590

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Hill B (1879)
Clinical lectures on stricture of the urethra. BMJ 1879;2;883-886.

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Champneys FH (1881)
On artificial respiration in still born children. The amount of ventilation secured by different methods. An experimental enquiry. Medical and Chirurgical Transactions 64 :41-86.

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Rayleigh, The Lord (1885)
Address by the Rt. Hon. Lord Rayleigh. In: Report of the fifty-fourth meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; held at Montreal in August and September 1884. London: John Murray: 3-23.

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Hartridge G (1886)
Tobacco amblyopia. BMJ 1:200.

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Boxall, cited in Williams J (1888)
On the effect of ergot on the involution of the uterus. BMJ 1:229.

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Stuart W (1889)
A remarkable case of morphine addiction. BMJ 1:1051-52.

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Phillips J (1890)
On the analgesic value of antipyrin intra - and post - partum. Lancet 2:605-607.

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Murray GR (1891)
Note on the treatment of myxoedema by hypodermic injections of an extract of the thyroid gland of a sheep. BMJ 2:796-797.

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Andrew J (1891)
Harveian Oration. London: Adlard and Son. p 16-19.

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Dymock W, Warden CJH, Hooper D (1891)
A history of the principal drugs of vegetable origin met with in British India. Pharmacographia Indica Vol. II. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, pp 180-181.

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Priestley J (1895)
On the value of eucalyptus oil as a disinfectant in scarlet fever. Lancet 1:861-863.

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Brown EH (1896)
Cholera and its treatment by preventive inoculation in the Darbhanga Jail. Indian Medical Gazette, July, 247-250.

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Langton J (1899)
A discussion on the treatment of hernia in children. BMJ 2:470-472.

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Clemow (1899)
Yersin serum treatment of plague. BMJ 1:48.

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Maitland CB (1900)
Methylene blue in malarial fever. BMJ 2:532-533.

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Indian Plague Commission (1902)
Serum therapeutics. Investigations conducted by the commissioners. BMJ 1:1159-1160.

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Waters EE (1903)
Malaria as seen in the Andamans penal settlement. Lancet 1:1657-62.

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Pearson K (1904)
Report on certain enteric fever inoculation statistics. BMJ 3:1243-1246.

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Cushny AR, Peebles AR (1905)
The action of optical isomers. II. Hyoscines. J Physiology 32:501-510.

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Bannerman WB (1905)
Introduction. In: Serum-therapy of plague in India. Scientific Memoirs by Officers of the Medical and Sanitary Departments of the Government of India. Calcutta, India: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, pp 1-27.

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Haffkine WM, Costello CT (1905)
Report on a series of 110 cases of plague treated with Terni’s anti-plague serum. In: Bannerman WB, ed. Serum-therapy of plague in India. Scientific Memoirs by Officers of the Medical and Sanitary Departments of the Government of India. Calcutta, India: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, pp 37-46.

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Haffkine WM, West WG (1905)
Report on a series of 70 cases of plague treated with Brazil’s anti-plague serum. In: Bannerman WB, ed. Serum-therapy of plague in India. Scientific Memoirs by Officers of the Medical and Sanitary Departments of the Government of India. Calcutta, India: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, pp 47-59.

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West WG (1905)
Report on a series of 68 cases of plague treated with Roux’ anti-plague serum. In: Bannerman WB, ed. Serum-therapy of plague in India. Scientific Memoirs by Officers of the Medical and Sanitary Departments of the Government of India. Calcutta, India: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, pp 60-7

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Drake DJ (1907)
The treatment of dysentery by yellow santonine. Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 10:351-352.

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Fletcher W (1907)
Rice and beri-beri: preliminary report on an experiment conducted in the Kuala Lumpur Insane Asylum. Lancet 1:1776-1779.

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Rivers WHR (1908)
The influence of alcohol and other drugs on fatigue. London: Edward Arnold.

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Freeman J (1910)
Vaccine therapy. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine 3:97-101.

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Hollingworth HL (1911)
The influence of caffeine on mental and motor efficiency. Archives of Psychology/Columbia Contributions to Philosophy and Psychology 20:iii-v

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McDonagh JER (1912)
Salvarsan in syphilis and allied diseases. Oxford: Oxford Medical Publications.

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Advisory Committee on Plague Investigations in India (1912)
The serum treatment of human plague. Journal of Hygiene. Plague Supplement II, LVI:326-39.

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Carver AE (1914)
Pneumosan in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. Lancet 2:372-373.

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Wright AE, Morgan WP, Colebrook L, Dodgson RW (1914)
Observations on prophylactic inoculation against pneumococcus infections, and on the results which have been achieved by it. Lancet 1:87-95

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Wright AE (1914)
On pharmaco-therapy and preventive inoculation applied to pneumonia in the African Native. London: Constable, p 84.

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McCoy GW, Murray VB, Teeter AL (1918)
The failure of a bacterial vaccine as a prophylactic against influenza. JAMA 71:1997.

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Wiltshire HW (1918)
Note on the value of germinated beans in the treatment of scurvy, and some points in prophylaxis. Lancet 2:811-813.

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Lees D (1919)
Detoxicated vaccines in the treatment of gonorrhœa: the value of the complement-deviation test in controlling the treatment and estimating its therapeutic effect. Lancet 1:1107-1111.

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Acton HW (1920)
Researches on the treatment of benign tertian fever. Lancet 1:1257-1261.

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Chick H, Dalyell EJ (1921)
Observations on the influence of foods in stimulating development in backward children. BMJ 2:1061-1066.

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Chick H, Dalyell EJ, Hume EM, Mackay HMM, Henderson Smith H, Wimberger H (1923)
Observations upon the prophylaxis and cure of rickets at the University Kinderklinik, Vienna. In: Medical Research Council. Studies of rickets in Vienna, 1919-22. Special Report Series No. 77. London: Her Majesty's Stationary Office, pp 19-94.

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Greenwood M (1924)
Is the statistical method of any value in medical research? Lancet 2: 153-158.

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Moir JC (1925)
Comparison of the narcotic effects of the two hyoscines (scopolomaines). BMJ 2:514-515.

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Fletcher W (1925)
The relative efficiency of quinine and quinidine in the treatment of malaria. In: Medical Research Council. Clinical comparisons of quinine and quinidine. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, pp 17-27.

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Medical Research Council (1925)
Report of the committee upon cinchona derivatives and malaria. In: Clinical comparisons of quinine and quinidine. London: HMSO, pp 5-16.

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Corry Mann HC (1926)
Diets for boys during the school age. Medical Research Council Special Report Series No. 105, London: Her Majesty's Stationary Office.

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Sinton JA (1926)
Studies in Malaria, with special reference to Treatment. Part I. Introduction and routine methods. Indian Journal of Medical Research 13: 565-577.

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Sinton JA (1926)
Studies in Malaria, with special reference to treatment. Part II. The effects of treatment on the prevention of relapse in infections with Plasmodium Falciparum. Indian Journal of Medical Research 13: 579-601.

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Harris KE (1927)
Series of cases of auricular fibrillation treated with quinidine sulphate. Heart 14:283-288.

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Ferguson FR, Davey AFC, Topley WWC (1927)
The value of mixed vaccines in the prevention of the common cold. Journal of Hygiene 26:98-109.

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Harries (1927)
Discussion on the serum treatment of scarlet fever. Proceedings of Royal Society of Medicine 20:1175–1176.

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Sinton JA (1927)
Studies in Malaria, with special reference to treatment. Part VII. The intravenous injection of sodium stovarsol in the treatment of benign tertian malaria. Indian Journal of Medical Research 15:287-299.

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Ross WC, Bagchi KN , Roy BC (1928)
The bacteriophage in cholera. Indian Journal of Medical Research 15:965-968.

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Colebrook D (1929)
Irradiation and health. Medical Research Council Special Report Series No.131.

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Heald CB (1929)
The present position of ultraviolet light therapy. BMJ 1:94-97.

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Joe A, Swyer R (1929)
A study of passive immunisation in scarlet fever. Lancet 1:177-179.

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Freeman J (1929)
Discussion on the action and use of ephedrine. Proceeding of Royal Society of Medicine 22:1369.

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