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Observations on the distinguishing symptoms of three different species of pulmonary consumption, the catarrhal, the apostematous, and the tuberculous; with some remarks on the remedies and regimen best fitted for the prevention, removal, or alleviation of each species. To which is added, an appendix, on the preparation and use of lactucarium, or lettuce-opium / By Andrew Duncan.

  • Duncan, Andrew, 1744-1828
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Philadelphia : Published by Collins & Croft, No. 73, Market Street. W. Brown, Printer, Prune Street, 1819.

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8, ix-xix pages, 2 unnumbered leaves (1 bl.), 155 pages ; (12mo)


1st American from the 2nd London [sic] ed.

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Austin 705


Copy 1 Note: Inscribed on title-page: "W. Fischer".


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