A Vindication of the Royal College of Physicians: In Reply to the Speech of the Solicitor General, on Opening the Petition and Appeal of Doctor Isaac Schomberg, ... By Sir William Browne, ...
printed, and sold by W. Owen, 1753 - 22 pages
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