whole works of Dr. Archibald Pitcairn, published by himself wherein are discovered the true foundation and principles of the art of physic : with cases and observations upon most distempers and medicines by Archibald Pitcairne

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  • Medicine -- Early works to 1800,
  • Smallpox.

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Translated by George Sewell, and J.T. Desaguliers.

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Statementdone from the Latin original by George Sewell, M.D. and J.T. Desaguliers ... ; with some account of the author.
GenreEarly works to 1800
ContributionsSewell, George, d. 1726., Desaguliers, J. T. 1683-1744.
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Pagination[16], iv, [5]-275, [6], 16 p.
Number of Pages275
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Open LibraryOL19950865M

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