The works of the late learned Dr. Richard Mead, in seven volumes. Containing I. A mechanical account of poisons, in several essays. II. A discourse on the plague. III. A differtation on the scurvy; with an appendix relative to the method of extracting the soul air out of ships, &c. &c. by Samuel Sutton. IV. A treatise on the small pox and measles; with an appendix by that celebrated Arabian physician, Abubeker Rhazes. V. A discourse on the influence of the sun and moon on human bodies, and the diseases thereby produced. VI. Medical precepts and cautions. VII. And lastly, a commentary on the disease mentioned in the Holy Scriptures. By Dr. Richard STack, F.R.S.
- Mead, Richard, 1673-1754.
- MDCCLVI.