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The family and ship medicine chest companion : being a compendium of domestic medicine, surgery, and materia medica : with directions for the diet and management of the sick-room : particularly adapted for heads of families, captains of ships, travellers, and overseers of plantations : comprising plain rules for the administration of medicines, with their properties and doses : also general rules on bathing, a plain description of the treatment of fractures, and dislocations, etc., etc., and a concise account of the asiatic and spasmodic cholera, with the remedies to be used in the absence of professional assistance : to which is added receipts of general utility for family purposes : selected from standard works / by a practising physician.
- National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
Pathological researches into the nature and treatment of dropsy of the brain, chest, abdomen, ovarium, and skin : in which are demonstrated the inflammatory origin of these diseases, and the general facility of their cure under a new and greatly improved method of treatment / by Joseph Ayre.
- Ayre, Joseph, 1781-1860.