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Cholera Epidemics in the 19th Century

The Great Plague of London, 1665

The Boston Smallpox Epidemic, 1721

“Pestilence” and the Printed Books of the Late 15th Century

Spanish Influenza in North America, 1918–1919

Syphilis, 1494–1923

Tropical Diseases and the Construction of the Panama Canal, 1904–1914

Tuberculosis in Europe and North America, 1800–1922

The Yellow Fever Epidemic in Philadelphia, 1793

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Title
The elements of medicine, or, A translation of the Elementa medicinae Brunonis :  with large notes, illustrations, and comments   / by the author of the original work. ; two volumes in one.
Elements of medicine
Translation of the Elementa medicinae Brunonis
Brown's elements
Elementa medicinae. English
Name/Creator
Brown, John, 1735-1788, creator
Lynch, Samuel.
HOLLIS IDDigital ObjectDigital ObjectLocation
Microforms (Lamont)

Networked Resource

Countway Medicine
Place of Origin
Philadelphia
Publisher
Printed by T. Dobson, at the stone house no. 41, South Second Street
Language
English
Description
xv, [1], 390, [10] p., [1] folded leaf of plates ; 22 cm. (8vo)
Form/Genre
text

Early works.

print
Classification
R733 .B954 1793

WZ 270 B877eE 1793

Film 58-61 no. 3

Film 633 reel 16 no. 284
Subject
Medicine ;  Medicine -- Early works to 1800 ;  Brown, John , 1735-1788 ;  United StatesPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia

Category
Domestic Medicine

Humoral Theory

Medical Education and Practice

Note
Vol. [2] is not designated as such in the text.

Signatures: A-2C⁸ (2C8 blank).

Error in paging: p. 238-239 misnumbered 138-139.

Engraved table "Incitabilitatis et incitationis series" by Samuel Lynch.

Includes Index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.
Other Title
  Early American imprints. no. 25232
Other Title


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