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The effects of the principal arts, trades, and professions, and of civic states and habits of living, on health and longevity : with a particular reference to the trades and manufacturers of Leeds, and suggestions for the removal of many of the agents which produce diseases and shorten the duration of life

Thackrah, Charles Turner, 1795-1833.
Date
1831

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Philadelphia : Porter, 1831.

Physical description

180 pages ; 13 cm

Edition

2nd ed., from the London ed. with improvements.

Notes

Includes index

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This material has been provided by the National Library of Medicine (U.S.), through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
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  • English


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