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An address to the inhabitants of Lancashire, and of the adjoining counties, on the present state of the medical profession, with remarks on the elementary education of the student, and the best means of its acquirement : intended to shew the practicability and importance of establishing a school (on a more extended scale) in Manchester, for the cultivation of medical and surgical knowledge / by Thomas Turner.

  • Turner, Thomas, 1793-1873.
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1825
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London : [Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green], 1825.

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vi, 26 pages ; 21 cm

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