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A critical dissertation upon the manner of the preparation of mercurial medicines, and their operation on human bodies ... also, a demonstration that all the methods hitherto invented in order to convey quick-silver internally into the blood, retaining its metalline texture and properties, have proved abortive. As also, a certain method of introducing the same metal ... internally into the blood ... / Addressed to the Royal College of Physicians, by T--K --, a member of the same [i.e. Thomas Knight].

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1734
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London : H. Noorthouck, 1734.

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8 unnumbered leaves, 64 pages ; (8vo)

Notes

Presumably by Thomas Knight, the only T. K. listed in Munk's Roll active in 1734.

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ESTC T65519

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