Harford Medical Society Transactions, 1797-1798, MS. 1897

Harford Medical Society Transactions, 1797-1798


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Harford Medical Society Transactions, 1797-1798
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Descriptive Summary

Harford Medical Society Transactions, 1797-1798

MS. 1897

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674

 


Scope and Contents

MANUSCRIPT

Harford Medical Society, Md.

Transactions, 1 April 1797 - 17 February 1798. This photocopy has been provided through the courtesy of the Library of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland.

 

30 September 1971

 

 

THE MANUSCRIPT IS NOT TO BE QUOTED OR COPIED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE LIBRARIAN OF THE FACULTY.

 

 

A manuscript volume labeled Vol. I, parts 1 and 2, 1 April 1797-17 February 1798. Signed on fly: Robert H. Archer's. 2 leaves, xiv, 2 leaves, 242 p. 3 leaves, 77np. Spine label: Medical Transactions.

 

 

 

The book contains papers given by doctors over a period of almost a year. Written by Dr. R. Harris Archer.

 

 

 

Robert H. Archer: A case of misplaced state of fever. 1797.

 

 

 

John Archer, Jr.: A case of pleurisy. 1797.

 

 

 

James Walker: A case of dysentry. 1797.

 

 

 

William Harris: A case of bilious fever. 1797.

 

 

 

James Archer: A case of peripneumonu. 1797.

 

 

 

Adam Clendinen: A case of gastritis phlegmonica. 1797.

 

 

 

Robert H. Archer: A case of pneumonic state of fever. 1797.

 

 

 

John Archer, Jr.: A case of lepra. 1797.

 

 

 

William Harris: A case of hepatitis. 1797.

 

 

 

James Archer: A case of lues venerea. 1797.

 

 

 

James Walker: A case of amenorrhagic state of fever. 1797.

 

 

 

Adam Clendinen: A case of culaneous or misplaced state of fever. 1797.

 

 

 

William Harris, on Sunbury, Pa.: Observations concerning the influence of the moon upon the human body producing paroxysms of fever, etc. 1797

 

 

 

RobertH. Archer: A desultory enquiry on... pastilential [UNK]... 1797

 

 

 

James Archer: Observations on that method which Dr. Brown pursues in his cure of that morbid state of...indirect debility. 1797.

 

 

 

Adam Clendinen: An inquiry into the primary of the pestiliential effluvia. 1798.

 

 

 

Robert H. Archer: The history of two cases of covulsions. 1798.

 

 

 

William Harris: An inquiry into the operation of oxygene with [UNK] stimuli upon the human system. 1798.

 

 

 

George Parkington Archer: Observations on the patamenia. 1798.

 

 

 

All read before the [UNK] Medical Society.

 

Microfilm made at the [UNK] of The Library, Medical and Chirugical [UNK] of the State of Maryland.