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A treatise of the cataract and glaucoma : in which the specific definitions of those two diseases, and the existence of membranous cataracts, are clearly demonstrated. With a plain description of the methods of operating in all circumstances of either distemper ... / compiled from the dictates of Mr. Woolhouse, as taken from him in writing, by one of his pupils.

  • Woolhouse, John Thomas, approximately 1650-1734.
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1745
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London : Printed for M. Cooper; and G. Woodfall, 1745.

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8 unnumbered pages, 118 pages ; 21 cm (8vo)

Notes

Errata: facing p. [1]
Woodcut head- and tailpieces

References note

ESTC T096732
ESTC T96732

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