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A Bacon-Face no Beauty, or, a Reply to George Thomson, Pretender to Physick and Chymistry. Whereunto is added, A Defence of Phlebotomy In general, and also particularly In the Plague, Small-Pox, Scurvey, and Pleurisie. In opposition to the same Author, and the Author of Medela medicinae [M. Nedham], Doctor Whitaker, and Doctor Sydenham. Also A Relation concerning the strange Symptomes happening upon the Bite of an Adder. And A Reply, by way of Preface to the Calumnies of Eccebolius Glanvile
- Stubbe, Henry, 1632-1676.
A treatise on the utility of sangui-suction, or, : Leech bleeding, in the treatment of a great variety of diseases : including the opinions of eminent practitioners, ancient and modern : with instructions for the process of leeching, and an appendix, delineating the characteristic distinction of true leeches : with directions for their management and preservation
- Price, Rees.
The scrutator : a familiar treatise on venesection, or bleeding : in which that doctrine is proved to be erroneous in theory, dangerous in practice, disastrous in its consequences, and destructive to the constitution : with an enquiry into the causes of disease, and the means of prevention and cure; and the use and abuse of purgatives : also a concise dissertation on dentition, its consequences, and the means of averting the numerous deaths occurring at that crisis; with various important rules for the management & discipline of children
- Congreve, Henry.
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