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The art of curing disieses
(James partridge, 1689)
With remarks on a fuppoled great cafe of apoplectik fits. alfo most useful observations on coughs, consumptions, stone, dropsies, fevers, and small pox; with a confutation of dispensatories, and other various disceurses ...
The wise mans crown
(Samuel speed, 1664)
The wonderful power of nature, with the full discovery ofthe true caelum t'erra, or firft matter of metals, and their preparations into incredible medicines or elixirs ttut; cure all difeafes in young or old : with ...
Ripley reviv'd, or, an exposition
(Tho. rarcliff and nat thomplon, 1678)
Ripley reviv'd, or, an exposition upon sir george ripley's hermetico-poetical works containing the plainest and most excellent discoveries of the most hidden secrets of the ancient philosophers, that were ever yet published ...
(Henry faitborne, 1690)
"to our dear disciples, honor'd coadepts and all well wisher yo our ... finding you, dear sons, who have thro our means attain'd to the true knowledg of our firft matter, worthy to receive our father instructions in the ...
A dialogue philosophicall
The british and foreign homeopathic medical directory and record
(Atlott & co., 1853-06-21)
The editors of the london and provincial medical directory having announced their resolution to suppress all mention or allusion to the publications and appointments of the section of the medical profession who have ...
Experiments and observations
(J. johnson, 1779)
"...but in this i would by no means be underftood to be making an apology for what i have done. i am far from confiderina: the bufinefs of philofophy as a thing that is cenforeable, or requiring any apology. on the ...
Mental state of deaf and dumb 1846
(W. b. brodie and co., 1843)
"preface much in the following pages was suggested bv obsetvatiòns made on o; v011112; woman, deap aiiiiiib, and blind, in the workhouse at rotherhithe, a few weeks before the meeting of the british asso.ciatio.il at ...
Theriaca et alexipharmaca