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The family physician; or, domestic medical friend: containing plain and practical instructions for the prevention and cure of diseases, according to the newest improvements and discoveries; with a series of chapters on collateral subjects; comparising every thing relative to the theory and principles of the medical art, necessary to be known by the private practitioner. The whole adapted to the use of those heads of families who have not had a classical or medical education / By Alexander Thomson, M.D.

  • Thomson, Alexander, active 1767-1801?
Date
1802
  • Books

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Publication/Creation

New-York : Printed by James Oram, 1802.

Physical description

xi, [xii-13]-526 pages, 2 unnumbered pages ; (8vo)

Notes

"Appendix, containing an alphabetical account of the substances most commonly employed in medicine, with the virtues and uses of each": p. [377]-526
Publisher's advertisements: 2 p. (at end)

References note

Austin 1900

Languages

  • English


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