A treatise of diseases of the head, brain, and nerves. More especially of the palsy, apoplexy, Lethargy, Epilepsy, Convulsions, Cramp, Frenzy, Vertigo, Megrim, inveterate Head-Ach, &c. with Directions for their Thorough Cure; and how these and many other deplorable Nervous Distempers, may be Prevented as well as Cured, and consequently many Lives saved, by the Medicines herein, in English, prescribed without the least Reserve. To which is subjoined, A discourse on the nature, real cause, and certain cure of melancholy in men, and vapours in women: Instructing Persons how to Cure themselves absolutely of those perplexing and pernicious Disorders, with Safety, Ease, and Expedition. By a physician.

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[London] : Printed, and sold by the author's appointment, at the gentlewoman's at the Two Blue Posts in Haydon-Yard in the Minories., London, [1738]

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[6],74p. ; 80.



The sixth edition with additions.

References note

ESTC T45820

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.



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