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A treatise on the struma, or scrofula, commonly called the King's evil : in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be erroneous; more rational causes are assigned, illustrated by a variety of apposite cases; and a successful method of treatment recommended : together with general directions for sea-bathing / by Thomas White, of the Corporation of Surgeons, and surgeon to the London-dispensary.

White, Thomas, 1753-
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1794

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view A treatise on the struma, or scrofula, commonly called the King's evil : in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be erroneous; more rational causes are assigned, illustrated by a variety of apposite cases; and a successful method of treatment recommended : together with general directions for sea-bathing / by Thomas White, of the Corporation of Surgeons, and surgeon to the London-dispensary.
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London : Printed for the author, Jeffries-Square, St. Mary-Axe; and sold by H. Murray, No. 32, Fleet-Street; J. Walter, Charing-Cross; R. and T. Turner, Cornhill; and at the Dispensary, Primrose-Street, 1794.

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4 unnumbered pages, 218 pages, 2 unnumbered pages

Edition

3rd ed.

Notes

First ed.: 1784.

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ESTC, T69344

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This material has been provided by University of Bristol Library. The original may be consulted at University of Bristol Library.
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