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A practical treatise on the gonorrhoea : recommending the use of injection, as the most speedy and efficacious method of cure : to which are added, letters from several gentlemen of the faculty, approving the author's new mode of administering mercury / by P. Clare.

Clare, Peter, 1738-1786.
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DCCLXXXIV [i.e. 1784]
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Publication/Creation

London : Printed for the author, DCCLXXXIV [i.e. 1784]

Physical description

52 pages, 2 unnumbered pages, 5 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations, portraits ; 21 cm (8vo)

Edition

4th ed.

Notes

1st ed. (1781) entitled: A treatise on the gonorrhoea

Contents

Medical letters addressed to Mr. Clare: p. [17]-49 (testimonials from William Hunter, William Cruikshank, William Buchan, Henry Krohn, William Turnbull, Thomas Kirkland, S. Saunders, Alexander P. Buchan, J. Debraw and Richard Turner)
'A siphylitic ode / by John Turnbull' - p. [53]
Ports. of Peter Clare and William Hunter

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