To be completed in sixteen numbers, an entire new medical work, particularly adapted to the use of families, by conveying familiar instruction for the prevention and cure of disease. On Saturday, June 14, 1800, will be published, No. 1. Price only Sixpence, Containing Forty Pages of Letter-Press; the succeeding Numbers to be continued Weekly till completed, of the Practical Physician; or, medical instructor. Pointing out Remedies for the Various Diseases of Mankind. With directions for the preservation of health; specifying The Causes, Symptoms, proper Regimen, and Method of Cure of the different Disorders of the Human Body. Adopted to the Use of private Families; though conveying equal Information to the Scientific. Together with Observations on Diet, Air, and Exercise; the effects of the passions, And their Influence on the Production and Prevention of Disease. Including medical advice to women, on pregnancy, child-birth, &c. And Ample Instructions to Parents and Nurses, respecting the disorders of children. By Lewis Mansey, M. D. Assisted by Communications from the most respectable Practitioners, and the Productions of celebrated Medical Writers, whose Names are [cited]. London: Printed by W. Stratford, Crown-Court, Temple-Bar, for J. Stratford, No. 112, Holborn-Hill; And Sold by all the Booksellers and Newscarriers in Great-Britain.
- Mansey, Lewis.