Physiologia: Or, the Doctrine of Nature, Comprehended in the Origin and Progression of Human Life; the Vital and Animal Functions; Diseases of Body and Mind; ... By Thomas Frewen, ...
J. Bew; and W. Lee, jun. at Lewes, 1780 - 494 pages
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