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The most cogent reasons why astringent injections, caustic bougies, and violent salivations, should be banished for ever from practice: with the mildest methods of safely treating every species of venereal infection, strictures of the urethra etc., and correcting mischiefs arising from caustic bougies

Rowley, William, 1742-1806.
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1800

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London : Printed for the author, and sold by Murray and Highley ..., 1800.

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xi, 175 pages ; (8vo)

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NLM's copy imperfect: title page mutilated with some loss of text.

Publications note

ESTC N10368

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  • English

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