The conclave of physicians, in two parts: detecting their intrigues, frauds, and plots, against their patients, and their destroying the faculty of physick : also a peculiar discourse of the Jesuits bark, the history thereof, with its true use and abuse : moreover an account of some eminent cases and new principles in physick, of greater use than any yet known, Parts 1-2

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Printed for James Partridge, 1686 - Biography & Autobiography - 262 pages

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