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Andrew Warner notes on lectures from Yale College School of Medicine

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Identifier: MSS 2/069
Scope and Contents Volume contains conclusion of Nathan Smith’s lecture course on theory and practice of physic, 18151816, and personal material of Andrew F. Warner, 1821 and undated. Smith’s lectures describe pathology, symptoms, and treatment of disease by anatomical system; bulk of volume concerns diseases of the chylopoietic viscera [lymphatic system], digestive system, urinary system, and bronchi. Course concludes with Smith’s general remarks on the treatment of disease. A brief section on the...

G. H. Wikoff notes on the lectures of Nathaniel Chapman

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Identifier: Z10 5
Scope and Contents The two volumes contain notes on lectures by Chapman, the first of which is dated 1833. The lectures were delivered either at the University of Pennsylvania or at the Medical Institute of Philadelphia. Volume one (211 numbered leaves) contains lectures on pathology, nosology, circulatory system, fevers, practice of medicine, hemorrhages, digestive system. Volume two (222 numbered leaves) contains lectures on diseases of the skin, respiratory system, muscles, dropsy, scrofula, marasmus,...

George Douglass notes on the lectures of Nathaniel Chapman

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Identifier: 10a 459
Scope and Contents One volume of notes on Chapman’s lectures on the practice of medicine. Internal references to Dr. Jackson, Professor of Practice, in Boston, and Dr. Physick’s recent experiments, imply a date prior to 1835. Lectures include diseases of the digestive and respiratory systems, dropsy, scrofula, and marasmus. Cullen’s classification of diseases is listed on the verso of the title page.

Jacob Jeanes notes on the lectures of Nathaniel Chapman

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Identifier: 10a 365
Scope and Contents Two volumes of notes taken by Jacob Jeanes on the beginning lectures by Nathaniel Chapman on the practice of medicine delivered in the winter session of 1821-1822. Vol. 1 (225 pages) contains lectures on fevers. Vol. 2 (251 pages) contains lectures on hemorrhages and diseases of the digestive system. Vol. 2 also bears note “corrected in the winter of 1822-1823” and has many pencil annotations.

John Marshall Paul notes on the lectures of Nathaniel Chapman

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Identifier: 10a 410
Scope and Contents One volume containing notes by John Marshall Paul, M.D. on lectures delivered by Nathaniel Chapman at the University of Pennsylvania on epidemiology, diseases of the digestive system, and colic. With the manuscript is a typescript biography of Dr. Paul on the stationery of Dr. Lancelot Ely, Somerville, NJ, and a typescript letter dated Mar. 15, 1939, from Frank Overton, M.D., editor of the Journal of the Medical Society of New Jersey to Dr. Ely, regarding Dr. Paul’s non-membership in the...

Joseph W. Paul notes on the lectures of Joseph Parrish

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Identifier: 10a 452
Scope and Contents One volume (68 leaves) of notes on lectures by Joseph Parrish delivered privately circa 1830. Lacks title page. Lecturer identified by comparison with W.W. Gerhard’s notes on Parrish’s lectures. Paul’s text begins with leaf 53 of Gerhard’s text. Topics covered include fevers and gastrointestinal diseases.