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A treatise of consumptions and other distempers belonging to the breast and lungs
Blackmore, Richard Sir
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 2023, no. 5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||223|
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A treatise of consumptions and other distempers belonging to the breast and lungs. By Sir Richard Blackmore, The second edition, corrected.
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A Treatise Of Consumptions And Other Distempers Belonging To The Breast And Lungs. London: Printed For John Pemberton, At The Buck, Over Against.
A treatise of consumptions and other distempers belonging to the breast and lungs.: By Sir Richard Blackmore. Phthisiologia, or, A treatise of consumptions wherein the difference, nature, causes, signs, and cure of all sorts of consumptions are explained: containing three books: I.
Of original consumptions from the whole habit of the body, II. Of an original consumption of the lungs, III. Author(s): Blackmore,Richard,Sir, Title(s): A treatise of consumptions and other distempers belonging to the breast and lungs Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, John Pemberton, Title(s): A treatise of consumptions and other distempers belonging to the breast and lungs Edition: The 2d.
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A Treatise on the Spleen and Vapours, or Hypochondrical and Hysterical Affections; with three Discourses on the Nature and Cure of the Cholic, Melancholy and Palsy. 8vo. Sir Richard Blackmore, MD, A Treatise of Consumptions and Other Distempers Belonging to the Breast and Lungs, 2nd edn., Corrected (London: John Pemberton, ), 5.
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London: John Pemberton, Born: 22 January Corsham, Wiltshire. A Treatise of Consumptions and Other Distempers Belonging to the Breast and Lungs (London: ), and 28; quoted in Madden, Deborah.
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