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A plan of a specimen of lectures, or, Academical extempory discourses on the eye, Its beauties, its preservation, its powers, and its changes, as well from the affections of the mind as otherwise, &c. &c. With occasional remarks on the merit of addressing the passions, &c. As given in various languages, before all the sovereigns, nobility, and gentry, of both sexes, the great and the learned in every court in all Europe without exception, by the Chevalier Taylor, oculist (by patent) to the pontifical and imperial courts:-The Kings of England, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, &c. To the several electors of the Holy Empire.-to the Dukes of Mecklenbourg, Saxe-gotha, Anspach, Parme, Lorrain, Holstein, Zerbst, &c.-Professor in opticks of the Colleges of physicians of Rome, Padua, Pavia, &c.* And of the greatest practice in the cure of distemper'd eyes of any in the age we live.

  • Taylor, John, 1703-1772.
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1760?]
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[London? : s.n., 1760?]

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8p. ; 40.

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ESTC T173846

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