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Thoughts on the present state of the practice in disorders of the eye and ear: To which is added, an address to the inhabitants of Great Britain, particularly to those residing in the great metropolis of the British Empire, to which, by permission, are annexed, singular cases, authentic and remarkable cures, lately performed in London, in the diseases of those organs. By James Graham, M.D. oculist and aurist.
- Graham, James, 1745-1794.
- MDCCLXXV. 
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London : Printed, and may be had gratis at Mr. Newbery's, the Corner of St. Paul's Chruch-Yard, and at the Doctor's house in Pall-Mall, nearly opposite the King's Palace, MDCCLXXV. 
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