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Parkes Pamphlet Collection: Volume 34

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Critical review of the state of Medicine during the last 10 years. 1817.

Friendly Hints, by Charles Griffiths. 1810.

Observations on the utility of Blood-letting & Purgatives, by D.J.H. Dickson. n.d.

Topographical remarks shortly illustrating the nature and origin of the Yellow fever, by D.J.H. Dickson. 1816.

Febrile Contagion, by John W. Francis. 1816.

The use of Citric Acid in the Royal Navy, by John Harness. 1815.

The statement of circumstances connected with the apothecaries act and its administration, by George Man Burrows. 1817.



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1 volume

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Open and available by appointment at the Museum of Military Medicine. A digitised copy is available to view via the online catalogue on the Wellcome Collection website.

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A digitised copy is held by Wellcome Collection.


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