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Nosologia methodica oculorum, or, A treatise on the diseases of the eyes / selected and translated from the Latin of Francis Bossier [sic] de Sauvages; wherein the whole are methodically arranged : to which are also added, the descriptions and modes of cure, as recited by those authors who have written professedly on the various subjects herein enumerated : with annotations, by George Wallis, M.D. No. 53. Broad-Street, Soho.

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1785
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London : Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster Row, 1785.

Physical description

xxxii, 318 pages, 10 unnumbered pages

Notes

Corrigenda on final leaf.

References note

ESTC, N10337

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Languages

  • 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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