Neuropathy, or, The true principles of the art of healing the sick : being an explanation of the action of galvanism, electricity, and magnetism, in the cure of disease : and a comparison between their powers, and those of drugs, or medicines, of all kinds, with a view to determine their relative value and proper uses / by Frederick Hollick.
- Hollick, Frederick, 1818-1900.
Electro-magnetic apparatus : (this invention received provisional protection only) : provisional specification left by Edward Griffith Brewer at the Office of the Commissioners of Patents on the 28th July 1877 ... of Chancery Lane, in the County of Middlesex : "Improvements in Electro-magnetic apparatus".
- Brewer, Edward Griffith
Darlow & Co.'s patent flexible Magnetine : for gout and rheumatism, spinal, liver, kidney, lung, throat, and chest complaints, epilepsy, hysteria, general debility, indigestion, sciatica, asthma, neuralgia, bronchitis, and other forms of nervous and rheumatic affections : special power magnetic curative appliances / Darlow & Co.
- Darlow & Co.