2 edition of Practical observations on the treatment and cure of several varieties of pulmonary consumption found in the catalog.
Practical observations on the treatment and cure of several varieties of pulmonary consumption
Crichton, Alexander Sir
by Printed for Lloyd and Son ...; and Constable and Co. Edinburgh in London
Written in English
Fisher copy: With the book label of Jabez H. Elliott, M.B. 1943.
|Other titles||Practical observations on the cure of pulmonary consumption|
|Statement||by Sir Alexander Crichton.|
|Contributions||Elliott, J. H. b. 1873 (bookplate)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 261,  p.|
|Number of Pages||261|
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