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Dr. Woodward's ghost. Occasion'd by a passage in Dr. Mead's preface to his treatise of the small-pox and measles, severely reflecting on that gentleman's memory. With an Introductory Discourse; By way of vindicating the Doctor's Character from the Aspersions cast on him by his unmerciful Antagonist. By Dr. Andrew Tripe, Nephew to the late Doctor.
- Tripe, Andrew, active 1747.
- 1748 [i.e. 1747]
Oratio de novo physiologiæ explicandæ munere, ex Celeberrimi Woodwardi Testamento instituto: Habita Cantabrigiae in Scholis Publicis a Conyers Middleton, S. T. P. Academiae Cantabrigiensis Protobibliothecario & Lectore ibidem Woodwardiano.
- Middleton, Conyers, 1683-1750.
- MDCCXXXII.