Author:Alfred Stillé

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Alfred Stillé
(1813–1900)
American physician and professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Alfred Stillé

Works[edit]

  • An examination of certain charges preferred against the Medical Class of the University of Pennsylvania, during the session of 1834-35 (1835)
  • Pathological hæmatology: an essay on the blood in disease by Gabriel Andral, trans. Alfred Stillé (1844) [NLM]
  • An address, delivered before the class of the Philadelphia Medical Association, at the close of the session of 1845 (1845) [NLM]
  • Medical education in the United States: an address delivered to the students of the Philadelphia Association for Medical Instruction, at the close of the session of 1846 (1846) [NLM]
  • Elements of general pathology: a practical treatise on the causes, forms, symptoms, and results of disease (1848) [NLM]
  • An introductory lecture delivered at the Pennsylvania College, Medical Department, Philadelphia, October 13th, 1854 (1854)
  • The unity of medicine: An introductory lecture to the course of theory and practice of medicine, in the Medical Department of Pennsylvania College (1856)
  • Humboldt's life and character: an address before the Linnaean Association of Pennsylvania College, delivered at the annual commencement, September 14, 1859 (1859) [NLM]
  • A Treatise on medical jurisprudence [with Francis Wharton and Moreton Stillé] (1860) [NLM]
  • Therapeutics and materia medica (1860) v1, v2: [NLM]
    • Therapeutics and materia medica, 2nd ed. (1864) v1, v2: [NLM]
    • Therapeutics and materia medica, 3rd ed. (1868) v2: (external scan)
    • Therapeutics and materia medica, 4th ed. (1874) v2: (external scan)
  • Report of a committee appointed by the Sanitary Commission to prepare a paper on the value of vaccination in armies (1861) [NLM]
  • Variola: its nature and treatment, read before the Philadelphia County Medical Society, November, 1857 (1862)
  • War as an instrument of civilization: an address before the Society of the Alumni of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Nov. 27, 1861 (1862)
  • Address before the Philadelphia County Medical Society: delivered February 11, 1863 (1863) [NLM]
  • Report of a committee of the associate medical members of the Sanitary Commission on dysentery, 2nd ed. (1863)
  • Military medical and surgical essays (1864) (external scan)
  • Morbid anatomy: a lecture introductory to the course of clinical lectures at the Philadelphia Hospital for 1866-67 (1866)
  • Epidemic meningitis; or, Cerebro-spinal meningitis (1867) (external scan)
  • Inaugural address delivered at the opening of the twenty-second annual meeting of the American Medical Association (1871)
  • Epidemic or malignant cholera (1873)
  • Introductory Lecture of the One Hundred and Ninth Session of the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania (1874)
  • The national dispensatory, [with John Michael Maisch] (1879) pt1: (external scan), pt2: (external scan)
    • The national dispensatory, 2nd ed. [with John Michael Maisch] (1879)
    • The national dispensatory, 2nd ed. [with John Michael Maisch] (1880)
    • The national dispensatory, 3rd ed. [with John Michael Maisch] (1884)
    • The national dispensatory, 4th ed. [with John Michael Maisch] (1886)
    • The national dispensatory, 4th ed. [with John Michael Maisch] (1887) (external scan)
    • The national dispensatory, 5th ed. [with John Michael Maisch] (1894) (external scan)
  • Correspondence to Henry Charles Lea (1880)
  • General introductory lecture delivered at the opening of the one-hundred-and-eighteenth course of lectures in the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania, October 1, 1883 (1883)
  • Address delivered to the medical classes ... on withdrawing from his chair, April 10, 1884 (1884)
  • An epitome... (The 1st edition was suppressed by court order as it was not written or authorized by the three "authors" and was instead supposedly a summary by a former student with some harsh words written about it.)
    • An epitome of medicine, surgery, obstetrics and patholgy, consisting of the revised stenographic reports of the lectures of Alfred Stillé, D. Hayes Agnew, R.A.F. Penrose and James Tyson, 2nd ed. (1885)
    • An epitome of medicine, surgery, obstetrics and patholgy, consisting of the revised stenographic reports of the lectures of Alfred Stillé, D. Hayes Agnew, R.A.F. Penrose and James Tyson, 3rd ed. (1886)
  • Cholera: its origin, history, causation, symptoms, lesions, prevention, and treatment (1885) [NLM]
  • Othello and Desdemona: their characters, and the manner of Desdemona's death [under pseudonym Dr. Ellits] (1887) (external scan)
  • The Essentials of the Art of Medicine: an essay addressed to the Stillé medical society of the University of Pennsylvania (1897)
 
  • Annual address: an appeal in behalf of the University hospital
 
  • Lecture notes
  • Manuscripts
  • A treatise on medical jurisprudence

Works about Stillé[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.