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A succinct account of the contagious fever of this country, exemplified in the epidemic now prevailing in London ; with the appropriate method of treatment as practised in the House of Recovery. To which are added observations on the nature and properties of contagion, tending to correct the popular notions on this subject, and pointing out the means of prevention / by Thomas Bateman.

  • Bateman, Thomas, 1778-1821.
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1818
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Bateman on fever

Publication/Creation

London : printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, ..., 1818.

Physical description

x, 2 unnumbered pages, 177 pages, 1 unnumbered page ; 22 cm

Notes

Spine title: "Bateman on fever."

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This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London.

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