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A treatise on the gonorrhoea : to which is added, A critical enquiry into the different methods of administering mercury : intended as a supplement to a former work, intitled, A new and easy method of cure, by the introduction of mercury into the system through the orifices of the absorbent vessels on the inside of the mouth / by Peter Clare, surgeon.

Clare, Peter, 1738-1786.
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1781
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Publication/Creation

London : Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, 1781.

Physical description

2 unnumbered pages, xi, 1 unnumbered page, 60 pages

Notes

Erratum slip: pasted at end.
The author's "A new and easy method of curing the lues venerea, ... mouth" was issued in 1780, and was originally published as: "An essay on the cure of abscesses by caustic".

Publications note

ESTC, T177659

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  • English

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This material has been provided by University of Bristol Library. The original may be consulted at University of Bristol Library.

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