APA Citation

Langrish, B. (1764). The modern theory and practice of physic: Wherein the antecedent causes of diseases, the rise of the most usual symptoms incident to them, and the true methods of cure, are explained, According to the Established Laws of Nature, And those of the Animal Oeconomy. Together with a Chemical Analysis of the Urine, and a Statical Examination of the Blood, in every Stage of each Distemper where Blood could be drawn with Safety. By Browne Langrish, Of the College of Physicians, London; and Fellow of the Royal Society (The third edition.). London: printed for L. Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, at the Red Lion, in Pater-Noster-Row.

Chicago Style Citation

Langrish, Browne. The Modern Theory and Practice of Physic: Wherein the Antecedent Causes of Diseases, the Rise of the Most Usual Symptoms Incident to Them, and the True Methods of Cure, Are Explained, According to the Established Laws of Nature, And Those of the Animal Oeconomy. Together With a Chemical Analysis of the Urine, and a Statical Examination of the Blood, in Every Stage of Each Distemper Where Blood Could Be Drawn With Safety. By Browne Langrish, Of the College of Physicians, London; and Fellow of the Royal Society. The third edition. London: printed for L. Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, at the Red Lion, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1764.

MLA Citation

Langrish, Browne. The Modern Theory and Practice of Physic: Wherein the Antecedent Causes of Diseases, the Rise of the Most Usual Symptoms Incident to Them, and the True Methods of Cure, Are Explained, According to the Established Laws of Nature, And Those of the Animal Oeconomy. Together With a Chemical Analysis of the Urine, and a Statical Examination of the Blood, in Every Stage of Each Distemper Where Blood Could Be Drawn With Safety. By Browne Langrish, Of the College of Physicians, London; and Fellow of the Royal Society. The third edition. London: printed for L. Hawes, W. Clarke, and R. Collins, at the Red Lion, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1764.

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