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Sketch of the medical history of the native army of Bombay, for the year 1873. : Extracted from the annual returns, from the reports of regimental medical officers and from the inspection reports of deputy surgeons general. Compiled in the office of the surgeon general, Indian Medical Department, Bombay.

Bombay (Presidency). Military Department.
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1874

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Bombay : Printed at the Government Central Press, 1874.

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ii, 188 pages, 2 unnumbered folded plates : illustrations, maps ; 34 cm

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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Library & Archives Service
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