A Narrative of Facts, Demonstrating the Actual Existence and True Cause of that Physical Confederacy, in Bath, Made Known to the Public in the Printed Letters of Dr. Lucas and Dr. Oliver. By William Baylies, M.D.
printed in the year MDCCLVII. and sold by James Leake, 1757 - 53 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
abuses of Bath afflicted poor agreeable agreed amity answer appointed aster attend the hospital attending phy attending physician Bath waters Baylies became physicians benevolent purposes cably cafe cause charge charity Charleton confess consulting physician declared desired dishonour disposition doctor duty elected establishing the hospital expected expli express fame friendship gentlemen give governors Herald of peace hesi honour induce injurious jointly Judging justice lady laid lessening the assistance lished matters meanness of spirit meet meflage mercenary meanness method of cure Moysey mujl narrative neceflary number of physicians occasion offered Oliver and Dr patients therein person practicioner prescription pretended by-law proceedings profession proposal publicly readily receiv'd refusals to consult regard to truth reply'd repugnant sanction sear severest censure sician sirous sultation surprize swer termin'd thing thought tion told tween unjust vacancy or vacancies vidual vour wait worthy sons