Charles Caldwell lectures  c. 1852
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Charles Caldwell lectures,  c. 1825 [series]:
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On the pulse
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Physiology
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The internal stimuli
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The state of an animal in disease
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Of animal heat
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Of respiration
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Of coughing
Page   27  
Of yawning
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Of voice and speech
Page   34  
Of the nervous system
Page   37  
Of the senses
Page   43  
Of vision
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Of the faculties and operation of the mind
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Memory
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Of the operations of the mind
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Of the pleasure of the senses and the proximate causes
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Of the pleasures derived from the exercise of the mind, and its proximate cause
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Of the pleasures arriving from moral faculties
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Of the proximate cause of pleasure
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Of sleep and dreams
Page   64  
Of the cause of dreams
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Of aliment
Page   75  
Of vegetable aliment
Page   76  
Of condiments
Page   79  
Drinks
Page   81  
Of hunger and the cause of apetite
Page   83  
On mastication and digestion
Page   90  
Of the blood
Page   99  
Of the lacteals and lymphatics
Page   103  
Of the secretions and excretions
Page   106  
Of excretions
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Perspiration
Page   112  
Nutrition
Page   115  
Of the peculiarities of the female body and mind
Page   120  
Of menstruation
Page   126  
Of the peculiarities of the male sex
Page   130  
Of generation
Page   135  
Of pregnancy
Page   138  
Of the nourishment of the foetus
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Of parturition
Page   143  
Pathology
Page   150  
Causes of diseases
Page   160  
Of the effects of cold
Page   167  
Of the putrefaction of various vegetable matters, which produce disease
Page   169  
Of putrefaction
Page   184  
Of specific contagions
Page   189  
Of aliment, drink &c producing disease
Page   191  
Of the quality of aliments
Page   193  
Of their preparations
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Of condiments, influential in producing disease
Page   198  
Of drinks
Page   202  
Of dress
Page   202  
Poisons
Page   204  
Of worms
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Of animal substances externally applied
Page   206  
Of excretions retained
Page   207  
Of motion and rest sleep & watchfulness in excess
Page   208  
Of disease, induced by the improper exercise of the faculties of the mind, and the venereal appetite
Page   209  
Fear
Page   212  
Of religion
Page   213  
Of employments
Page   213  
Of amusements
Page   214  
Of customs
Page   214  
Of unhealthy ancestors
Page   216  
Of sympathy and antipathy
Page   217  
Of the associations of motions and ideas
Page   218  
Predisposing causes of diseases
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Of the proximate cause of diseases
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Of the translation of diseases to difft. parts of same system, and to difft systems
Page   239  
Death
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Of therapeutics