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Practical observations in physick, wherein is exhibited the aetiology ... of the most prevalent distempers with a ... method of treating them ... With a new hypothesis concerning the cure of apoplexies, palsies, and many nervous complaints. As also of the gout. To which are added, rules and directions how to preserve good health and long life
- Mason, Simon, 1701-
The mechanical practice of physick: in which the specifick method is examin'd and exploded; and the Bellinian hypothesis of animal secretion and muscular motion, consider'd and refuted. With ...remarks ... on Dr. Lobb's Treatise of the small pox, Dr. Robinson on the animal oeconomy, and Professor Boerhaave's account of the animal spirits and muscular motion
- Morgan, Thomas, -1743.
The practice of physick, reduced to the ancient way of observations containing a just parallel between the wisdom and experience of the ancients and the hypothesis's of modern physicians : intermix'd with many practical remarks upon most distempers. Together with several new and curious dissertations; particularly of the tarantula, and the nature of its poison: of the use and abuse of blistering-plaisters: of epidemical apoplexies, &c
- Baglivi, Giorgio, 1668-1707.
A miscellaneous metaphysical essay : or an hypothesis concerning the formation and generation of spiritual and material beings ... to which is added, some thoughts upon creation in general, upon pre-existence, the cabalistic account of the Mosaic creation, the formation of Adam, and fall of mankind ; and upon the nature of Noah's deluge. As also upon the dormant state of the soul, from the creation to our birth, and from our death to the resurrection ...
- Casway, R.
The gentleman's steward and tenants of manors instructed. Containing rational, easy, and familiar rules and tables for finding the value of estates of freehold, copyhold, or leasehold, as well on lives as for years absolute, &c. With an enquiry into the nature of the annual disbursements, precariousness of the tenure, and casualties, that estates are charged with, and how they are to be accounted for in the valuation. The tables being founded on Dr. Halley's hypothesis, and calculated by the method laid down by Abr. de Moivre
- Richards, John, land surveyor.