Physical and Philosophical Remarks on Dr. Dover's Late Pamphlet, entitled, The Ancient Physician's Legacy to his Country ... To which is added, An Account of the remarkable cases of two patients, who lately fell under a certain doctor's care. With a particular case of the author's, on the use of the bark in stopping mortifications
C. Rivington, 1733 - Pharmacy - 132 pages
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