A Course of Fifteen Lectures on Medical Botany, Denominated Thomson's New Theory of Medical Practice: In which the Various Theories that Have Preceded it are Reviewed and Compared : Delivered in Cincinnati, Ohio
J.Q. Adams, printer, office of the Investigator, 1835 - Medicine, Botanic - 216 pages
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