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The art of preserving the feet : or, Practical instructions for the prevention and cure of corns, bunnions, callosities, chilblains, &c. : with observations on the dangers arising from improper treatment, advice to pedestrians, &c., ... to which are added directions for the better management of the hands and nails / by an experienced chiropodist.

University of Glasgow. Library
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1818

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London : Colburn, 1818.

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xvi, 239 pages

Edition

2nd ed.

Notes

Spine title: Preserving the feet

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