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Modern domestic medicine: : a popular treatise, illustrating the symptoms, causes, distinction, and correct treatment of the diseases incident to the human frame; embracing the modern improvements in medicine. To which are added, a domestic materia medica; a copious collection of approved prescriptions, &c. &c. The whole intended as a comprehensive medical guide for the use of clergymen heads, [sic] of families, and invalids.
- Graham, Thomas John, 1795?-1876.
Buchan enlarged. Domestic medicine; or, The family physician, a treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: With an appendix containing a dispensatory. For the use of private practitioners. To which is added ... rules and regulations to be observed ... in the management of infants, etc
- Buchan, William, 1729-1805.
The philosophy of physic; or the natural history of diseases, and their cure. Being an attempt to deliver the art of healing from the darkness of barbarism and superstition, and from the jargon and pedantry of the schools. Shewing a more easy and certain way of preserving and recovering health, than any hitherto known
- Wilson, William, Rev.