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Revised case for the University of Glasgow, and for John MacMillan, surgeon in Bridgeton, and others; in the conjoined actions of suspension and interdict at the instance of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow; against the said John MacMillan and others; ...
- Hope, John, 1794-1858.
An Inquiry into the present state of the medical profession in England : containing an abstract of all the acts and charters granted to physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries, and a comparative view of the profession in Scotland, Ireland, and on the continent of Europe ...
- Kerrison, Robert Masters, 1776?-1847.
The compleat family physician : or, universal medical repository. Containing the Causes, Symptoms, Preventions, And Cures, Of all the various Maladies to which Human Nature is subject, from the Birth to the Grave. Including The Diseases peculiar to Seamen, as well as those of particular Climates; such as the East and West Indies, Coast of Guinea, Greenland, Newfoundland, &c. with the proper Methods of treating Lunaticks, and Persons who are subject to Fits of any Kind. - And the best and most approved Preservatives against Epidemick and Contagious Diseases; such as the Plague, Putrid Fevers, Gaol Distemper, and other Infections. Together with An Account of all the celebrated Spas-Not only of this Country, but such others also, as are of great Repute in other Parts of the World, and the Waters of which are usually imported into these Kingdoms; with some Observations on the Virtues and Efficacy of Sea Water and Bathing. Likewise, Strictures on Quackery in general; and a candid Examinatio
- Smythson, Hugh.
Examination of the president and examiners of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and of the medical and surgical corporate bodies of the United Kingdom, with an analysis of the evidence given before the select committee of the House of Commons; and suggestions for an improved system of medical government
- Crisp Edwards, 1806-1882.
An inquiry into the present state of that department of the profession of physic which constitutes the province of the physician, as it exists in England; of the laws that have been enacted for its government, and of the manner in which these laws have been adminstered.
- Royal College of Physicians of London
A letter to the Right Hon. Lloyd Lord Kenyon : Relative to some conduct of the College of Physicians of London, posterior to the decision of the Court of King's Bench in the case of Dr. Stanger; and containing observations on a principal ground of that decision
- Wells, William Charles, 1757-1817.
The works of John Fothergill, M.D. Member Of The Royal College Of Physicians, And Fellow Of The Royal Society, Of London; Fellow Of The Royal College Of Physicians In Edinburgh; And Corresponding Member Of The Royal Medical Society Of Paris, And Of The American Philosophical Society At Philadelphia. With some account of his life
- Fothergill, John, 1712-1780.