John Ferriar

John Ferriar John Ferriar (1761–4 February 1815), was a Scottish physician and a poet, most noted for his leadership of the Manchester Infirmary, and his studies of the causes of diseases such as typhoid. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Ferriar, John
Published 1792
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by Ferriar, John
Published 1798
Printed for Cadell and Davis, London, by G. Nicholson, Manchester

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by Ferriar, John
Published 1795
Printed for Cadell and Davies, London, by G. Nicholson and Co., Manchester

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by Ferriar, John
Published 1798
Printed for Cadell and Davies, London, by George Nicholson, Manchester

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by Ferriar, John
Published 1799
Printed by Sowler and Russell, No. 125, Deansgate, for Messrs. Cadell and Davies, Strand, London

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by Ferriar, John
Published 1788
printed by J. Harrop

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by Ferriar, John
Published 1792
printed by W. Eyres, for T. Cadell, in the Strand, London