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Disquisitions in the history of medicine
by Printed for W. Blackwood ...; John Murray ..., London; and Brach and Reid, Glasgow in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard Millar ...|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4, 338,  p.|
|Number of Pages||338|
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Excerpt from Disquisitions in the History of Medicine; Part First: Exhibiting a View of Physic, as Observed to Flourish, During Remote Periods, in Europe, and the East Nor would the notice of men be for ever limited to such circumstances of their bodies as are apt to occur solely during the enjoyment of health, it would speedily be excited by feelings and appearances of a contrary import, such : Richard Millar.
Disquisitions in the history of medicine. Part first, Exhibiting a view of physic, as observed to flourish, during remote periods, in Europe, and the East by Millar, Richard.
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