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A treatise on the struma, or scrofula, commonly called the King's evil : in which the common opinion of its being a hereditary disease is proved to be erroneous; more rational causes are assigned, illustrated by a variety of apposite cases; and a successful method of treatment recommended : together with general directions for sea-bathing
- White, Thomas, 1753-
An enquiry into the causes which have most commonly prevented success in the operation of extracting the cataract : with an account of the means by which they may either be avoided or rectified : to which are added, observations on the dissipation of the cataract, and on the cure of the gutta serena : also, additional remarks on the epiphora, or, watery eye : the whole illustrated with a variety of cases
- Ware, James, 1756-1815.
The London practice of physic : wherein the definitions and symptoms of diseases, with the present methods of cure, are clearly laid down : to which are added proper tables, exhibiting the doses of medicines, and the quantity of purgatives, opiates, and mercurials, in the compositions of the London dispensatory; and complete indexes of the diseases and medicines : the whole calculated for the general use of young practitioners.
- Smith, Richard, 1772-1843
A philosophical and medical sketch of the natural history of the human body and mind ; to which is subjoined, an essay On the difficulties of attaining medical knowledge, intended for the information and amusement of those who are, or are not, of the medical profession : published for the benefit of the General Hospital at Bath
- Adair, James Makittrick, 1728-1802.
A narrative of the treatment experienced by a gentleman, during a state of mental derangement : designed to explain the causes and the nature of insanity, and to expose the injudicious conduct pursued towards many unfortunate sufferers under that calamity
- Perceval, John, active 1840-1860.