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A reprieve from death : in two physical chapters, viz. Chap. I. Objections against the use of vinegar, or other acids, to prevent or cure the epidemic and mortal fever of the West-Indies ... Chap. II. Reasons why all medicines should be freely published. With an appendix ... / By John Tennent.
- Tennent, John, 1710-1748.
The craft and frauds of physick expos'd. The very low prices of the best medicines discover'd. The costly preparations now in greatest esteem, condemn'd. And the too frequent use of physick prov'd destructive to health. With instructions to prevent being cheated and destroy'd by the prevailing practice ... / [Rob Pitt].
- Pitt, Rob., 1653-1713.
A compleat key to The dispensary written by Sir Samuel Garth, M.D. The fifth edition. To which are added, Near an Hundred lines omitted in the late editions of that poem. Also Claremont, and several other poems of the same author, never before collected together. And a short account of the life of the author.
- Garth, Samuel, Sir, 1661-1719.