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Fri Mar 21 17:07:25 2014 UTClccn-n811405100.00Sanders family0.851.00Papers, 1817-182517309619Charles_Caldwell_(physician)n 81140510685324Philadelphian, 1772-1853lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n85388007Desault, P.-J(Pierre-Joseph)1744-1795lccn-n80082533Bichat, Xavier1771-1802edtlccn-n85800189Warner, Harriot W.auiedtlccn-n86841512Philadelphia Medical Societylccn-n88600163Holley, Horace1781-1827lccn-n79119124Greene, Nathanael1742-1786lccn-n80096586Transylvania Universitylccn-n84806711Cullen, William1710-1790lccn-n84027133Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich1752-1840Caldwell, Charles1772-1853BiographyPoetryPortraitsHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcMedicine--PracticeMedicineUnited StatesCaldwell, Charles,PhysiologyYellow feverWashington, George,FracturesSurgeryDislocationsPhysiciansHolley, Horace,Greene, Nathanael,Transylvania UniversityPresidentsPhysical education and trainingCullen, William,Capital punishmentPhrenologyElectrophysiologyPlaguePathologyAfrican AmericansCooper, Samuel,American Revolution (1775-1783)Fever in childrenWashington's Birthday addressesMonogenism and polygenismUnitariansMoore, JamesBoyd, Charles,Moore, CharlesShaw, JohnMoore, JohnCampbell, AnneInheritance and successionCraig, CharlesCraig, HughIreland--DublinMalariaGillespie, Jane,Caldwell, Anne,TrialsCampbell, HughWillsDiseases--Causes and theories of causationEpidemicsEuropeCommunicable diseasesKentucky1772185317851790179517961797179918001801180218031805180618071808180918101811181318141816181718181819182018221823182418251826182718281829183018311832183318341835183618371838183918401842184318441846184818491850185218531855185618591870189518981909191719201926194719481955195619591960196319651967196819701973197919821984198819891996199920002004200520092010201220149209235777616Z1215ocn014837103ocn014852163ocn008681347ocn003256641ocn002410680ocn012061159ocn145443309ocn758987959ocn070094531ocn186894184ocn511077659ocn002411162ocn002382518ocn004760712ocn012115561ocn837159276ocn173811826ocn028534807ocn028534866ocn835901971ocn495070368ocn03189104835717ocn011200940book18280.73Caldwell, CharlesA discourse on the genius and character of the Rev. Horace Holley, LL. D. late president of Transylvania University ; with an appendix, containing copious notes biographical and illustrativeBiography35219ocn015448123book18050.94Desault, P.-JA treatise on fractures, luxations, and other affections of the bones32815ocn003450380book18190.81Caldwell, CharlesMemoirs of the life and campaigns of the Hon. Nathaniel Greene, major general in the army of the United States, and commander of the Southern department, in the war of the revolutionHistoryBiography31425ocn015457833book18160.86Cullen, WilliamFirst lines of the practice of physic for the use of students in the University of Edinburgh. By William Cullen, M.D. & P. Second edition, corrected. Vol. IHistoryPortraitsHandbooks, manuals, etc"To deliver a System of the Doctrines and Rules proper for directing the Practice of Physic, is an undertaking that appears to me to be attended with great difficulty; and after an experience of more than forty years in that practice, as well as after much reading and reflection, it was with great diffidence that I ever entered upon such a work. I offer some remarks on the principal Systems of Medicine which have of late prevailed in Europe, and that I take notice of the present state of Physic as it is influenced by these. In the following treatise I have endeavoured to collect the facts relative to the diseases of the human body, as fully as the nature of the work and the bounds necessarily prescribed to it would admit. Upon this general plan I have endeavoured to form a system of physic that should comprehend the whole of the facts relating to the science, and that will, I hope, collect and arrange them in better order than has been done before, as well as point out in particular those which are still wanting to establish general principles"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)30720ocn062825299file17950.86Blumenbach, Johann FriedrichElements of physiology"The want of a new and complete system of physiology has been long and very sensibly experienced and regretted by all medical students on this side the Atlantic. As to myself, I am sure I was led most devoutly to regret such a want, throughout every stage of my medical studies. In order to acquire a knowledge of the improvements which had lately taken place in this important branch of physical science, I was obliged to range with an infinitude of labour and attention, through daily accumulating volumes, which it was sometimes extremely difficult to procure. This difficulty was augmented even to impossibility itself with those unfortunately living out of the sphere of public libraries. The mutilated abridgment of Haller's physiology, published in the English language, is (to life a common mode of expression) certainly nothing more than a bare apology for a system. It is imperfect, erroneous, and, in many places, to me wholly unintelligible. In some parts, therefore, it no doubt inculcates truth, in others implants the seeds of error, and in other places again leaves the young mind at liberty to indulge itself in all the wildness and revelry of conjecture. For these deficiencies and faults, I am sure that at least some compensation is made, and some degree of remedy provided in the following sheets, which I am about to usher forth to the world"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved)2868ocn011200951book18340.70Caldwell, CharlesThoughts on physical education being a discourse delivered to a convention of teachers in Lexington, Ky., on the 6th and 7th of Nov., 183326721ocn011200901book18550.76Caldwell, CharlesAutobiography of Charles Caldwell, M.DBiography2494ocn060723080file18480.86Caldwell, CharlesThoughts on the impolicy and injustice of capital punishment on the rationale or philosophy of crime : and on the best system of penitentiary discipline and moral reform23717ocn014829744book18010.94Caldwell, CharlesMedical & physical memoirs : containing, among other subjects, a particular enquiry into the origin and nature of the late pestilential epidemics of the United States2259ocn511077659file17970.86Darwin, ErasmusZoonomia; or, the laws of organic life. Part second. By Erasmus Darwin, M.D.21013ocn062825869com17990.90Caldwell, CharlesAn eulogium to the memory of Dr. Samuel Cooper delivered, by appointment, before the Philadelphia Medical Society, on the fourth day of March, 1799.19814ocn062825867book18000.92Caldwell, CharlesAn elegiac poem on the death of General WashingtonPoetry19615ocn642791515file17960.86Caldwell, CharlesAn attempt to establish the original sameness of three phenomena of fever, (principally confined to infants and children), described by medical writers under the several names of hydrocephalus internus, cynanche trachealis, and diarrhea infantum. By Charles Caldwell, Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, &c16913ocn015436605book18100.94Caldwell, CharlesAn oration commemorative of the character and administration of Washington delivered before the American Republican Society of Philadelphia, on the 22d day of February, 1810History16415ocn006792918book18300.90Caldwell, CharlesThoughts on the original unity of the human race15910ocn015454699book18020.95Caldwell, CharlesAn oration on the causes of the difference, in point of frequency and force, between the endemic diseases of the United States of America, and those of the countries of Europe delivered, by appointment, to the Philadelphia Medical Society, on the fifth day of February, 180215717ocn062825870book17990.93Caldwell, CharlesA semi-annual oration, on the origin of pestilential diseases delivered before the Academy of Medicine of Philadelphia, on the 17th day of December, 1798.15611ocn015438109book18010.95Caldwell, CharlesAn address to the Philadelphia Medical Society on the analogies between yellow fever and true plague delivered, by appointment, on the 20th of February, 18011556ocn062825866com18000.84Caldwell, CharlesAn elegiac poem on the death of General George Washington, commander in chief of the armies of the United States. Who died at Mount Vernon, Virginia, 14th December, 1799, aged 69 years. Dedicated to the citizens of the United States1548ocn015574575book18050.93SenacA treatise on the hidden nature and the treatment of intermitting and remitting fevers illustrated by various experiments and observations ...32810ocn001135477book18550.76Caldwell, CharlesAutobiography of Charles Caldwell, M.DBiography+-+02320426961244ocn793569553com18550.90Coates, Benjamin HornorBiographical notice of Charles Caldwell, M. D. read before the American Philosophical Society, by appointment, January 19, 1855Biography1034ocn001720809book19600.92Horine, Emmet FieldBiographical sketch and guide to the writings of Charles Caldwell, M. D., 1772-1853 : with sections of phrenology and on hypnotismBibliography"It is a great pleasure to present the writings of Charles Caldwell listed herewith to the Library of the School of Medicine, University of Louisville. The Library owns a number of unusual books which, with the ones written by him now presented, will constitute a unique collection. I trust that those who may consult this collection will obtain as much pleasure from doing so as I have had in assembling it"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)841ocn508713835com17370.70Campbell, CharlesCharles Campbell, merchant, Hugh Campbell, gent. Charles Campbell, Anne Campbell, minors, by their next friend, Bridget Campbell, Charles Bristow, Esq; Peter Bristow, clerk, Samuel Bristow, gent. Joseph Finiston, clerk, and Dorothy Finiston, alias Bristow, his wife, John Shaw, gent. and Jane Shaw, alias Bristow, his wife, John Moore, Esq; and Mable Moore, alias Bristow, his wife, Charles Moore, Esq; John Moore, gent. Sir John Whitefoord, bart. and Dame Alice Whitefoord, alias Moore, his wife, the Rev. William Cupples and Jane Cupples, alias Kennedy, his wife, Charles Craig and Hugh Craig, gent. James Dalziell, merchant, and Jane his wife, James Moore, gent. and Mable Moore, alias Craig, his wife, Francis Montgomery, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine and Elinor Craig, spinsters, Anne Caldwell, spinster, Catherine Caldwell, and Alice Caldwell, minors, by their next friend, Catherine Cladwell, Charles Boyd, Hugh Boyd, and Henry Boyd, gent. Robert M'Bride, gent. and Jane M'Bride his wife, being the nephews and nieces, and the husbands of some of the nieces, of Charles Campbell, Esq; deceased, - - - - - - - plaintiffs and appellants. William Colvill, Bruen Worthington, John Moore, Henry Singleton, Marmaduke Coghill, Nicholas Lord Viscount Netterville, and Catherine Burton, now Lady Viscountess Netterville, his wife, Benjamin Burton, Charles Caldwell, and Skeffington Bristow, clerk, - - - - - - - defendants and respondents. The appellants case651ocn734000486com17370.70Netterville, Nicholas NettervilleCharles Campbell, merchant, Hugh Campbell, gent. Charles Campbell, Anne Campbell, minors, by their next friend, Bridget Campbell, Charles Bristow, Esq; Peter Bristow, Clerk, Samuel Bristow, gent. Joseph Finiston, clerk, and Dorothy Finiston, alias Bristow, his wife, John Shaw, gent. and Jane Shaw, alias Bristow, his wife, John Moore, Esq; and Mable Moore, alias Bristow, his wife, Charles Moore, Esq; John Moore, gent. Sir John Whitefoord, bart. and Dame Alice Whitefoord, alias Moore, his wife, the Rev. William Cupples, and Jane Cupples, alias Kennedy, his wife, Charles Craig and Hugh Craig, gent. James Dalziell, merchant, and Jane his wife, James Moore, gent. and Mable Moore, alias Craig, his wife, Francis Montgomery, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine and Elinor Craig, spinsters, Anne Caldwell, spinster, Catherine, and Alice Caldwell, minors, by their next friend, Catherine Caldwell, Charles Boyd, Hugh Boyd, and Henry Boyd, gent. Robert M'Bride, gent. and Jane M'Bride his wife, - - - - appellants. William Colvill, Bruen Worthington, John Moore, Henry Singleton, Marmaduke Coghill, Samuel Burton, Nicholas Lord Viscount Nettirvill, and Catherine Burton, now Lady Viscountess Nettirvill, his wife, Benjamin Burton, Charles Caldwell, and the Rev. Skeffington Bristow, clerk, - - - - respondents. The case of the respondents the Lord and Lady Nettirvill181ocn026088721book19670.15Meltzer, MiltonIn their own words : a history of the American Negro, 1865-1916HistorySources63ocn029508689book18380.96Refutation of charges made by Dr. Caldwell through the columns of the Louisville Journal against Professor James C. Cross of Transylvania University42ocn123293392book19560.97Caldwell, CharlesRomance, no fiction A true story21ocn006467595book19791.00Carstens, NellieCharles Caldwell, M.D. : a biographical sketchBiography21ocn731306130file17370.47Charles Campbell, merchant, Hugh Campbell, gent. Charles Campbell, Anne Campbell, minors, by their next friend, Bridget Campbell, Charles Bristow, Esq; Peter Bristow, clerk, Samuel Bristow, gent. Joseph Finiston, clerk, and Dorothy Finiston, alias Bristow, his wife, John Shaw, gent. and Jane Shaw, alias Bristow, his wife, John Moore, Esq; and Mable Moore, alias Bristow, his wife, Charles Moore, Esq; John Moore, gent. Sir John Whitefoord, bart. and Dame Alice Whitefoord, alias Moore, his wife, the Rev. William Cupples and Jane Cupples, alias Kennedy, his wife, Charles Craig and Hugh Craig, gent. James Dalziell, merchant, and Jane his wife, James Moore, gent. and Mable Moore, alias Craig, his wife, Francis Montgomery, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine and Elinor Craig, spinsters, Anne Caldwell, spinster, Catherine Caldwell, and Alice Caldwell, minors, by their next friend, Catherine Cladwell, Charles Boyd, Hugh Boyd, and Henry Boyd, gent. Robert M'Bride, gent. and Jane M'Bride his wife, being the nephews and nieces, and the husbands of some of the nieces, of Charles Campbell, Esq; deceased, - - - - - - - plaintiffs and appellants. William Colvill, Bruen Worthington, John Moore, Henry Singleton, Marmaduke Coghill, Nicholas Lord Viscount Netterville, and Catherine Burton, now Lady Viscountess Netterville, his wife, Benjamin Burton, Charles Caldwell, and Skeffington Bristow, clerk, - - - - - - - defendants and respondents. The appellants case21ocn731306139file17370.47Charles Campbell, merchant, Hugh Campbell, gent. Charles Campbell, Anne Campbell, minors, by their next friend, Bridget Campbell, Charles Bristow, Esq; Peter Bristow, Clerk, Samuel Bristow, gent. Joseph Finiston, clerk, and Dorothy Finiston, alias Bristow, his wife, John Shaw, gent. and Jane Shaw, alias Bristow, his wife, John Moore, Esq; and Mable Moore, alias Bristow, his wife, Charles Moore, Esq; John Moore, gent. Sir John Whitefoord, bart. and Dame Alice Whitefoord, alias Moore, his wife, the Rev. William Cupples, and Jane Cupples, alias Kennedy, his wife, Charles Craig and Hugh Craig, gent. James Dalziell, merchant, and Jane his wife, James Moore, gent. and Mable Moore, alias Craig, his wife, Francis Montgomery, gent. and Elizabeth his wife, Catherine and Elinor Craig, spinsters, Anne Caldwell, spinster, Catherine, and Alice Caldwell, minors, by their next friend, Catherine Caldwell, Charles Boyd, Hugh Boyd, and Henry Boyd, gent. Robert M'Bride, gent. and Jane M'Bride his wife, - - - - appellants. William Colvill, Bruen Worthington, John Moore, Henry Singleton, Marmaduke Coghill, Samuel Burton, Nicholas Lord Viscount Nettirvill, and Catherine Burton, now Lady Viscountess Nettirvill, his wife, Benjamin Burton, Charles Caldwell, and the Rev. Skeffington Bristow, clerk, - - - - respondents. The case of the respondents the Lord and Lady Nettirvill21ocn270557528book19680.47Caldwell, CharlesAutobiography of Charles Caldwell, M.D. With a pref., notes21ocn044432611rcrd20000.47The death of Aesop ; The story of 1875BiographyThe death of Aesop (1st selection) ; The story of 1875: "The life & death of Mississippi State Senator Charles Caldwell" (2nd selection)22ocn036619958com19170.76Kentucky State Medical AssociationSome of the medical pioneers of KentuckyHistoryBiography21ocn028410279mix1.00Brown, SamuelRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence relating to medicine and the medical community in the early 19th century including medical news, recent cases treated, research, education, outbreaks of disease, and information concerning other physicians; together with correspondence from family and friends, primarily from Alabama, relating to family news, plantations, slaves, cotton, weather, education, particularly education of women, Kentucky, Louisville and Lexington, Ky., exploration of Florida, local and national politics, finances, and the economy. Medical correspondents include Joseph Buchanan, Charles Caldwell, Thomas Cooper, Daniel Drake, George Gibbs, Richard Harlan, René La Roche, François André Michaux, Henry Miller, John Revere, William Richardson, Coleman Rogers, and Benjamin Silliman. Other correspondents include John McKee, Thomas George Percy, Elijah Smith, John Williams Walker, Nathaniel Ware, and Thomas Hill Williams11ocn032520404mix1.00Perkins, Thomas LeePapersBiographyLetters, telegrams, clippings, a scrapbook, and other materials related to the career and death of William Robertson Perkins, legal counsel to the Duke family, and the death of his son, Thomas Lee Perkins. Correspondence chiefly consists of condolences. Scrapbook includes a telegram from Doris (Duke) Cromwell, and a June 24, 1945 program for a carillon recital by Anton Brees, dedicated to William Perkins, one of the two donors of the Duke University Chapel carillon. Also, an address by Charles Caldwell entitled "In Memoriam, William Robertson Perkins."11ocn170932650art20040.10Caldwell, Charles : H/25th Inf11ocn122539921mix1818Correia da Serra, José FranciscoNote nécrologique sur le Docteur WistarIn addition to Correia da Serra's obituary of Caspar Wistar, this volume contains letters about Wistar written to John Vaughan by Catherine Wistar Bache, Elizabeth Wistar, and others; printed eulogies on Wistar by William Tilghman and Charles Caldwell; and newspaper clippings about his death11ocn122523611mixHays, IsaacThese papers reflect Hays' interests and activities in the medical profession and as an editor. His interest in paleontology, especially in the controversy with G.W. Featherstonhaugh, is also represented. There is one separate volume (77 letters) containing correspondence about natural history and naturalists, written to Hays by C.L. Bonaparte, George Ord, Thomas Say, and Charles A. Lesueur. The correspondence in the larger collection, however, contains much material on the "American Journal of the Medical Sciences," particularly illuminated in the correspondence with John D. Godman11ocn049317214mixSanders familySanders family :HistorySourcesPapers include correspondence, diaries, journals, business accounts, and ledgers, legal documents, farm journals, miscellaneous papers, genealogical data, and scrapbooks relating to Lewis Sanders and his family's farming endeavors in Fayette County, Ky., and at Grass Hills in Carroll County, Ky. Correspondence includes Lewis Sanders' and other family members letters discussing agricultural and financial issues; horse racing and breeding; breeding of shorthorn cattle and merino sheep; family matters; travel; national, state, and local politics; and the Civil War. Later correspondence, predominately Miss Ann V. Parker's, discusses Carroll County history, genealogy, and family history. Business papers include receipts and accounts detailing the management of the farm, sale and purchase of livestock, and the sale of their tobacco crop. Mary Sanders' and Anna J. Sanders' journals, 1857-1871, detail their daily activities, weather conditions, family activities, and farm work. Miscellaneous papers include broadsides from Lewis Sanders' candidacy to represent Carroll and Gallatin counties in the 1850 constitutional convention; an undated broadside for the Ku Klux Klan (1860s); and other documents relating to elections in Carroll County. Also included are genealogical papers compiled by Anna V. Parker on the Butler, Carter, Carey, Craig, Nicholas, Parker, Sanders, and other families. Lewis Sanders' scrapbooks contain a large amount ot 19th century newspaper clippings regarding national and state politics, agriculture, poetry, and humor+-+0232042696Fri Mar 21 15:39:33 EDT 2014batch41975