Dr. Sydenham's compleat method of curing almost all diseases, and description of their symptoms. To which are now added, five discourses ... abridg'd ... out of ... Latin. ... The seventh edition.
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<:sourceLibrary>:National Library of Medicine
<:Notes>:A re-issue of the pirated translation of 'Processus integri', based on the first edition, with additional selections from Sydenham's other works (Meynell).
<:imprintFull>:London : printed for B. Motte and C. Bathurst: J. Clark, T. Osborn, J. Hodges, and T. Sanders, 1737. <:collation>:,202,p. : 12°:
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A System Of School Geography: Chiefly Derived From Malte-brun, And Arranged According To The Inductive Plan Of Instruction