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Elements of medical jurisprudence, or, A succinct and compendious description of such tokens in the human body as are requisite to determine the judgment of a coroner, and of courts of law, in cases of divorce, rape, murder, &c. : To which are added, directions for preserving the public health.

  • Farr, Samuel, 1741-1795
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1788
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London : Printed for T. Becket ..., 1788.

Physical description

2 unnumbered pages, iv, 2 unnumbered pages, 144 pages ; 19 cm (8vo)

Notes

Caption title: Institutes, &c
Preface is signed by the author and dated Nov. 22, 1787
Based on J. F. Faselius' Elementa medicinae forensis (Jena, 1767)--cf. Preface
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Publishers' advertisements: p. 141-144
Copy 1 Note: Author's presentation inscription to Dr. Lettsom on half-title [i.e. presumably John Coakley Lettsom, 1744-1815].

References note

Garrison-Morton (5th ed.) 1733
ESTC, T032601
NLM (18th cent.) p. 143
ESTC T32601

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