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An introductory lecture, as delivered 1816 at the Royal Dispensary, for the Diseases of the Ear, to a course on the anatomy, physiology and diseases of that organ : pointing out the great advantage arising from an exclusive attention in practice to one subject or class of diseases, and the high importance attached to the sense of hearing, as the medium of social intercourse, intelligence, and information / by J.H. Curtis.

Curtis, John Harrison, 1778-approximately 1860.
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1818

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London : Printed for the author, 1818.

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42 pages ; 23 cm

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