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A new treatise on the diseases of the chrystalline humour of a human eye: or, of the cataract and glaucoma. With a new a theory of their causes, and an endeavour to demonstrate that there are no membranous cataracts; but that all cataracts are from an alteration of the chrystalline humour itself. With an exact description of a new and more successful method of making the operations necessary to the removal of the several species of these diseases. Humbly address'd to Her Majesty. To which is prefix'd, a Letter to the Physicians and Surgeons of London and Westminster ... / by John Taylor.

  • Taylor, John, 1703-1772.
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1736
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A letter to the Physicians and Surgeons of London and Westminster

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London : Printed for James Roberts ..., 1736.

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vi, vi, 66 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf ; (8vo)

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ESTC T96747

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