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Five cases of recovery from the effects of arsenic : with the methods so successfully employed for detecting the white metallic oxide ; in which the very delicate and satisfactory tests peculiar to Mr. Hume were principally adopted, as well as some others of a more crude nature, formerly in use ; to which are annexed many corroborating facts, never before published, relative to the guilt of Eliza Fenning / [John Marshall].

Marshall, John, 1818-1891.
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1815
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London : W. M'Dowall for Chapple, 1815.

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