An account of the contagious epidemic yellow fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia in the summer and autumn of 1797; comprising the questions of its causes and domestic origin, characters, medical treatment, and preventives. By Felix Pascalis Ouviere, M.D. Corresponding member of the Medical Society of Connecticut, and resident member of the Philadelphia Academy of Medicine. [Four lines in Latin]

  • Pascalis Ouviere, Felix, 1762-1833.
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Philadelphia : From the press of Snowden & M'Corkle, no. 47, North Fourth-Street, 1798.

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viii,180p. ; 80.

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ESTC W11735
Evans, 34311
Austin, R.B. Early Amer. medical imprints, 1458
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