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The poore-mans plaster-box : Furnished with diverse excellent remedies for sudden mischances, and usuall infirmities, which happen to men, women, and children in this age. Whereunto is added certaine directions, whereby a man may knovv by what meanes a person (being found dead) came by his death. Very fitting to be knowne of all such as are called to be iurers upon life and death. Published for the common good of all such as stand in need, at the request of some well disposed persons.
- Hawes, Richard, writer on popular medicine.
Heat and ventilation : general observations on the atmosphere and its abuses, as connected with the common or popular mode of heating public and private dwellings : together with practical suggestions upon the best mode of warming and ventilating, as developed by recent investigation and improvements.
- National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
The domestic chemist : comprising instructions for the detection of adulteration in numerous articles employed in domestic economy, medicine, and the arts : to which are subjoined, the art of detecting poisons in food and organic mixtures; and a popular introduction to the principles of chemical analysis : illustrated by engravings on wood.
- Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine