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Proposal for establishing in Edinburgh, and other towns, a newly improved apparatus, for the application of the vapour of water, sulphur, and other medicinal substances, found so efficacious in the cure of rheumatism and diseases of the skin : with a paper upon the subject, which has been submitted to the perusal and received the approbation of Dr. Hamilton, Sen. Dr. Gregory, Dr. Barclay, Dr. Farquharson, and Mr. Bryce.

  • Scott, W.
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1820
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Edinburgh : [Printed for Waugh and Innes], 1820.

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[v]-xvi, 56 pages ; 21 cm

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