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Salivation not necessary for the cure of the venereal disease, in any degree whatever, and all gleets curable: Proved by a Variety of Examples, selected from no less than Six Hundred and Seventy Cases. To these are annexed, other particular cases of the venereal disease. Two extraordinary cases of the leprosy, one of which was Hereditary; and also an extraordinary Cure of a Soldier, afflicted with a great Number of large, inveterate, scorbutic Ulcers in the Head and Limbs, deemed Incurable. The last was proved in Westminster Hall. By Charles Hales, Late Surgeon to the Hospital at the Savoy; first by the Appointment of General Carr, with the Approbation of the Right Honourable Field Marshal Lord Viscount Ligonier, and afterwards by the sole Appointment of that Noble Lord.

Hales, Charles, surgeon.

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London : printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House in Piccadilly, [1764]

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[2],66p. ; 8⁰.


The fourth edition.

Publications note

ESTC N21280

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.



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