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Medicina gymnastica: or, every man his own physician, or, a treatise concerning the power of exercise, with respect to the animal oeconomy and the great necessity of it in the cure of several distempers. Viz, the consumption, dropsy, hypochondria, the itch, and other cutaneous irruptions / [Francis Fuller].

  • Fuller, Francis, 1670-1706.
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1740
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Publication/Creation

London : E. Currll, 1740.

Physical description

3 unnumbered leaves, xx, 250 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf ; (8vo)

Edition

7th ed. /

Notes

Ded. signed E.C. ie. Curll.
Copy 2 Supplier/Donor: CSP Note: Formerly in the library of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
Copy 3 Supplier/Donor: CSP Note: Formerly in the library of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

References note

ESTC N3677

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  • English


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  • Copy 3

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