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An address to the King and Parliament of Great Britain, on the important subject of preserving the lives of its inhabitants, by means which, with the sanction and assistance of the legislature, would be rendered simple, clear, and efficacious to the people at large ... With an appendix, in which is inserted a letter from Dr. Lettsom, to the author. To which are subjoined, hints for improving the art of restoring suspended animation: and also for administering dephlogisticated air in certain diseases, and particularly in the present epidemic-termed influenza. Proposed (in a letter to Dr. Hawes)

Hawes, William, 1736-1808.
Date
1782

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Publication/Creation

London : J. Dodsley, (etc.), 1782.

Physical description

2 unnumbered pages, 36 pages; 41 pages, 3 unnumbered pages ; 20 cm

Notes

Fothergill's Hints for improving the art of restoring suspended animation has special title page without place or publisher and is separately paged.
"[Books] published by the author": p. [43] Announcement of his medical lectures: p. [44]
Hawes' Address has appendixes: 1. An address to the public. [An abridgment of the work published separately in 1778 and 1779] --2. Prize medals. From the author's lectures on animation.

Publications note

ESTC T1887

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  • English


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