An Authentic Narrative of the Success of Tar-water, in Curing a Great Number and Variety of Distempers;: With Remarks, and Occasional Papers Relative to the Subject. To which are Subjoined, Two Letters from the Author of Siris, Shewing the Medicinal Properties of Tar-water, and the Best Manner of Making it
Dublin printed, London re-printed, for W. Innys, C. Hitch, and M. Cooper; and C. Davis in Holborn, 1746 - Medicine - 88 pages
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