3 edition of An address to the publick: containing narratives of the effects of certain chemical remedies found in the catalog.
An address to the publick: containing narratives of the effects of certain chemical remedies
by printed for Charles Davis, printer to the Royal Society in London
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
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An address to the publick: containing narratives of the effects of certain chemical remedies in most diseases: particularly Author: Cromwell Mortimer.
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An address to the publick: containing narratives of the effects of certain chemical remedies: in most diseases: particularly exemplified in the histories of various cases, both medical and chirurgical.
Address to the publick containing narratives of the effects of certain chemical remedies. Cromwell Mortimer. London, Natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands. Mark Catesby. London, Philosophical transactions, v. 40 for the yearsRoyal Society.
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