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Rational arguments on the nature of true pathology; which, it is presumed, prove the absurdity of dissection and the use of poisons, as necessary or useful to the science of medicine

by Crofton William Moat

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Published by W. Bennet for C.W. Moat in Glasgow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Copy 1 Note: Advertisement for Morison"s British College of Health, etc. Symonds"s initials misprinted as F.F. on t.p.

StatementBy C.W. Moat [and others]
ContributionsSymonds, J. F., Greer, James
The Physical Object
Pagination48 pages ;
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26484846M


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Rational arguments on the nature of true pathology; which, it is presumed, prove the absurdity of dissection and the use of poisons, as necessary or useful to the science of medicine by Crofton William Moat Download PDF EPUB FB2