Observations on the Changes of the Air and the Concomitant Epidemical Diseases in the Island of Barbadoes: To which is Added a Treatise on the Putrid Bilious Fever Commonly Called the Yellow Fever and Such Other Diseases as are Indigenous Or Endemial in the West India Islands Or in the Torrid Zone
L. Hawes, W. Clarke and R. Collins, 1766 - 360 pages
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