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A succinct treatise on medical reform for Ireland : embracing improvements in etiology or in the knowledge of the relative agency, of the concurring causes of its epidemic and pestilential diseases, with a view to preventive measures, and improvements in pathology, or the application of the disjecta membra of the rival systems of fluidism and solidism, to form one more perfect than either, with a view to remedial measures

Stoker, Gulielmus, 1773-1848.
Date
1836

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Dublin : Milliken & son ... and Hodges and Smith ..., 1836.

Physical description

48 pages ; 20 cm (8vo)

Notes

"Printed by C.F. Goodwin, 23, Eustace-St"--t.p. verso
"The sequel of this Treatise, as well as the Appendix, is now unavoidably postponed "--p. 48.

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  • English



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