Essays on fashionable diseases : The dangerous effects of hot and crouded [sic] rooms. The cloathing of invalids. Lady and gentlemen doctors. And on quacks and quackery. With the genuine patent prescriptions of Dr. James's Fever Powder, Tickell's Aetherial Spirit, & Godbold's Balsam, Taken from the Rolls in Chancery, and under the Seal of the proper Officers; And also the ingredients and compostion of Many of the most celebrated Quack Nostrums, As analized by several of the best Chemists in Europe. By James M. Adair, Formerly M. D. Member of the Royal Medical Society; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh; Physician to the Commander in Chief of the Leeward Islands, and to the Colonial Troops; and one of the Judges of the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas in the Island of Antigua. With A Dedication to Philip Thicknesse, Censor-General of Great-Britain, Professor of Empiricism, and Nostrum, Rape, and Murder-Monger to the St. James's Chronicle. To which is added, a dramatic dialogue. Published for the Benefit of the Tin-Miners in Cornwall. By Benjamin Goosequill, and Peter Paragraph

Main Author: Adair, James Makittrick
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London sold by T.P. Bateman, No. 21, Devonshire-Street, Queen's-Square 1790, [1790?]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
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