The general state of medical and chirurgical practice exhibited; shewing them to be inadequate, ineffectual, absurd, and ridiculous, particularly in Consumptions, Asthmas, Nervous, Gouty, Bilious, Scorbutic, Scrophulous, Rheumatic, Venereal, Maniacal, and in many other Disorders, external as well as internal. And More rational, elegant, speedy, effectual, and lasting Methods of Cure recommended, by Means of Diet, and simple Medicines, rendered more active by the irresistible Power of Aerial, Aetherial, Magnetic, Electric, and musical Essluvia and Influences. In which, particularly, The Errors and trisling Absurdities of what is called the regular London and Bath Medical Practice, and of the ridiculous Manner of using the celebrated and very salubrious Waters of Bath, Aix-Ja-Chapelle, and the German Spa, are poin'ed out: and to the whole are added, near an hundred recent and remarkable cases, cured by the above newly discovered and improved Means, after having bassled the Effects of the most powerful Medicines and Mineral Waters, and the Skill of many of the most celebrated Physicians and Surgeons in Europe. Among the above, Are several Cures performed last Season at the German Spa, under the immediate Inspection, and certified by the Signatures Manual, of her Grace the Dutchess of Devonshire-The Right Honourable Lord and Lady Spencer-Lady Clermont-His Serene Highness Frederic Prince of Hesse Cassel-The Duke de Coigny-The Marquis de Serent-And many other noble Personages. The sixth edition. By James Graham, M. D. Late of Bath, now of the Royal Terrace, Adelphi, London

Main Author: Graham, James
Format: eBook
Published: London printed and sold by Mr. Almon, Piccadilly; Mr. Becket, Adelphi; and Messrs. Richardson and Urquhart, Front of the Royal Exchange 1779, 1779
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, N30344. - Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (248p) 12°