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An essay on diseases incidental to Europeans in hot climates : with the method of preventing their fatal consequences. To which is added, an appendix, concerning intermittent fevers; and a simple and easy way to render sea water fresh, and to prevent a scarcity of provisions in long voyages at sea.
- Lind, James, 1716-1794.
A practical treatise on tinea capitis contagiosa and its cure : with an attempt to distinguish this disease from other affections of the scalp: and a plan for the arrangement of cutaneous appearances, according to their origin and treatment; including an enquiry into the nature and cure of fungi haematodes and naevi materni. The whole exemplified by cases
- Cooke, William, 1778-1857.
History of the Walcheren remittent, commencing with its advanced state, when most dangerous & destructive to the soldiery : and concluding with its very favourable termination ... Also the sequels, anaemia, acholia, Aegytian opthalmia &c. &c. elucidated by dissections
- Wright, Thomas, active 1811.