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CALDWELL "Port-Folio" in 1814. In 1819 he became professor of materia medica in Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, and in 1820 visited Europe to purchase books and apparatus. In 1837 he established a medical institute in Louisville, Kentucky ; but, owing to a misunderstanding with the trustees, his relations therewith were abruptly ended. He wrote a translation of Blumenbach's "Elements of Physiology" (1795); edited Cullen's "Practice of Physic" (1816); published "Life and Campaigns of General Greene" (1819); "Memoirs of Horace Holley" (1828); and "Bachtiar Narneh, or the Royal Foundling," a Persian tale translated from the Arabic. His "Autobiography," with preface and notes, was issued in Philadelphia in 1855, and a biographical notice of him was read by Dr. born H. Coates before the American philosophical society. His technical pamphlets, essays, etc., produced from 1794 till 1851, number more than 200 titles.
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