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The matrimonial preceptor, or, Instructive hints to those who are, and those who are like to be married : gathered from the works of the most classic authors, ancient and modern, who have discussed with a gay or grave pen, the merits of celibacy, courtship, and matrimony.
- National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
Foul burn agitation ! Statement explaining the nature and history of the agricultural irrigation near Edinburgh ; containing a refutation of the unfounded and calumnious misrepresentations on that subject, in a pamphlet published in name of a committee of police, in which the ancient and beautiful capital of Scotland is falsely described as a residence unsafe to the health of its inhabitants.
- London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
A treatise on the utility of sangui-suction, or, : Leech bleeding, in the treatment of a great variety of diseases : including the opinions of eminent practitioners, ancient and modern : with instructions for the process of leeching, and an appendix, delineating the characteristic distinction of true leeches : with directions for their management and preservation / by Rees Price.
- Price, Rees.
Medicine and healing in the ancient Mediterranean world : including the proceedings of the international conference with the same title, organised in the framework of the Research Project INTERREG IIIA : Greece/Cyprus 2000/2006, Joint Educational and Research Programmes in the History and Archaeology of Medicine, Palaeopathology, and Palaeoradiation, and the 1st International CAPP Symposium "New Approaches to Archaeological Human Remains in Cyprus" / edited by Demetrios Michaelides.
- Medicine in the Ancient Mediterranean World (Conference) (2008 : Nicosia, Cyprus)
A memoir of the construction, cost, and capacity of the Croton aqueduct / compiled from official documents, together with an account of the civic celebration of the fourteenth October, 1842, on occasion of the completion of the great work, preceded by a preliminary essay on ancient and modern aqueducts, by Charles King.
- King, Charles, 1789-1867.