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Lithiasis anglicana, or, A philosophical enquiry into the nature and origin of the stone and gravel, in human bodies, &c. : Wherein is considered, the possibility of dissolving such animal tartar or calculous concretion. In a letter to David Hartley, author of the cases in behalf of Mrs. Stephen's medicines. To which is added, an account of a new and safe method of cure for the ischury, or total suppression of urine ...

Bracken, Henry, 1697-1764.
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1739

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London : Printed for T. Cooper, 1739.

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2 unnumbered pages, 55 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; 22 cm (8vo)

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NLM (18th cent.) p. 62
ESTC, N019776
ESTC N19776

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  • English


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