A Brief History of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases: With the Principal Phenomena of the Physical World, which Precede and Accompany Them, and Observations Deduced from the Facts Stated : in Two Volumes, Volume 1
Hudson & Goodwin, 1799 - 352 pages
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