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1 edition of Clinical observations on the use of opium in low fevers, and in the synochus; illustrated by cases. With some previous remarks on the epidemic fever, which prevailed in 1785 at Oxford, and in the neighbouring counties. In a letter to John Badeley, physician at Chelmsford, Essex found in the catalog.

Clinical observations on the use of opium in low fevers, and in the synochus; illustrated by cases. With some previous remarks on the epidemic fever, which prevailed in 1785 at Oxford, and in the neighbouring counties. In a letter to John Badeley, physician at Chelmsford, Essex

by Martin Wall

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Published by Clarendon Press in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ESTC T30853.

Statementby Martin Wall
ContributionsBadeley, John
The Physical Object
Pagination1 unnumbered leaf, viii, 73 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf ;
Number of Pages73
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26491946M


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Clinical observations on the use of opium in low fevers, and in the synochus; illustrated by cases. With some previous remarks on the epidemic fever, which prevailed in 1785 at Oxford, and in the neighbouring counties. In a letter to John Badeley, physician at Chelmsford, Essex by Martin Wall Download PDF EPUB FB2