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by Printed for E. Curll, ... and sold by C. Rivington ... [and 7 others] in London
Written in English
|Statement||written and collected by William Beckett ...|
|Contributions||Mandeville, Bernard, 1670-1733|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, xiii, , xiii, , 23, , 104, , xv, , 113,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||113|
1. Author(s): Colbatch,John,Sir, Title(s): A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical; viz. I. A new light of chirurgery II. Fabian Tracts. A collection of 19 pamphlets, published between An interesting collection of 20 pamphlets inluding pieces by Sidney Webb and Bernard Shaw. See pictures for individual title details. London: Fabian Society, Softcover. Very Good Condition.
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AN ACCOUNT OF THE WRITINGS OF WILLIAM BECKETT, Surgeon, and F. VIZ, Chirurgical Remarks ON A Wound of the Head RECEIVED NEW DISCOVERIES CONCERNING CANCERS. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Lost Princess of Oz by L. Frank Baum at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
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View ProductAuthor: Mariano Azuela. Stukeley noted in his common-place book that Becket's papers were bought by Edmund Curll, who sold them to Edward Milward.
Works. New Discoveries relating to the Cure of Cancers, and An Enquiry into the Antiquity and Efficacy of Touching for the King's Evil, with a Collection of Records, Born: 'A Collection of Chirurgical Tracts,' Gough in his 'British Topography,' (i. ), remarks, on Stukeley's authority, that Becket examined the wills in the prerogative office referring to Lincolnshire and other counties.
Three Curious Dissections by John Ranby, esq., Surgeon to His Majesty's Household and F.R.S.printed in William Beckett's ‘Collection of Chirurgical Tracts, London, Paper in the Philosophical Transactions,vol. xxxvii.
Family. Ranby married, inJane, the elder daughter of the Hon. Dacre Barrett-Lennard. A Collection of Tracts, Chirurgical and Medical; viz. A New Light of Chirurgery II. The New Light of Chirurgery vindicated III. A Physico-medical Essay concerning Alkaly and Acid IV. Further Considerations concerning Alkaly and Acid V.
A Treatise of the Gout VI. The Doctrine of Acids in the Cure of Diseases further. A collection of chirurgical tracts: IOf wounds of the head and brainIINew discoveries relating to the cure of cancersIIIChirurgical remarks on several curious casesIVThe history and antiquity of the venereal diseaseVA new method of curing consumptions by specific medicines.
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A collection of chirurgical tracts: I. Of wounds of the head and brain. New discoveries relating to the cure of cancers. III. Chirurgical remarks on several curious cases. The history and antiquity of the venereal disease.
A new method of curing consumptions by specific medicines. 18th, 19th, and 20th century material deposited with the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland, chiefly relating to the practice of medicine in the state.
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I. Of wounds of the head and brain. II. New discoveries relating to the cure of cancers. III. Chirurgical remarks on several curious cases. IV. The history and antiquity of the venereal disease [appendix to pt.
2]V. A new method of curing consumptions by specific medicines [by Thomas Nevett] Written.