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An essay on the scurvy : shewing effectual and practicable means for its prevention at sea : with some observations on fevers, and proposals for the more effectual preservation of the health of seamen / by Frederick Thomson, (a surgeon in the Royal Navy) resident at Kensington.

Thomson, Frederick.
Date
1790

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London : Printed for the author; and sold by G. G. J. and J. Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row; C. Dilly, Poultry; J. Murray, Fleet-Street; and T. and J. Egerton, Charing-Cross, 1790.

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vii, 6 unnumbered pages, xii-xxiv, 206 pages

Notes

A leaf with contents and errata (signed a4) follows the dedication and is followed by the Advertisement.

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ESTC, T99794

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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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