A Narrative of the Life and Medical Discoveries of Samuel Thomson: Containing an Account of His System of Practice, and the Manner of Curing Disease with Vegetable Medicine, Upon a Plan Entirely New; to which is Added an Introduction to His New Guide to Health, Or Botanic Family Physician, Containing the Principles Upon which the System is Founded, with Remarks on Fevers, Steaming, Poison, &c
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