A Philosophical Essay: Declaring the Probable Causes Whence Stones are Produced in the Greater World ; from which Occasion is Taken to Search Into the Origin of All Bodies, Discovering Them to Proceed from Water, and Seeds ; Being a Prodromus to a Medicinal Tract Concernin the Causes, and Cure of the Stone in the Kidneys, and Bladders of Men
William Cademan, at the Pope's Head, in the lower walk of the New-Exchange, 1672 - Petrogenesis - 143 pages
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