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Essays on the bilious fever : containing the different opinions of those eminent physicians John Williams and Parker Bennett, of Jamaica: which was the cause of a duel, and terminated in the death of both.

Williams, John, -1750.
Date
1752

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Publication/Creation

[London] : Jamaica, printed: London, re-printed: For T. Waller ..., 1752.

Physical description

v, 1 unnumbered page, 76 pages ; 19 cm

Notes

"Price two shillings"--title

Publications note

ESTC T53995

Contents

An essay on the bilious, or yellow fever of Jamaica / by John Williams.--An epistle to the honourable Charles Price / [John Williams].--A prose epistle to a poetic epistle writer / by Parker Bennet.--A letter to Doctor Bennet / [John Williams].--An enquiry into the late essay on the bilious fever / by Parker Bennet.

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