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The case of Ephraim Green; late clerk to the New-River Company, and surveyor of their works in and about the City of London. Humbly offer'd to the consideration of the proprietors of the said New River, and to the Judgment of all Indifferent and Impartial Persons.
- Green, Ephraim.
- Printed in the Year MDCCXVII. 
The modern family physician. Being Dr Green's treasure of health: or, cabinet of cures unlock'd. In which all his public medicines are made known, with proper Instructions how to prepare and use his valuable Packet, British Oil, and Balsam of Life, which are now held in the greatest repute. To which is prefixed, a new treatise on the various diseases incident to children, with Prescriptions in English for every Disease. Also, an Account of some remarkable recent Cures, in Cases which had baffled the Skill of the most eminent Physicians, and the Effects of the most powerful Medicines.
- Green, Dr.
- Printed in the Year 1783