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BROOKES, Richard (fl. 1721--1763)
The general practice of physic; extracted chiefly from the writings of the most celebrated practical physicians, and transactions of the London College, medical essays, and memoirs of the learned academies in Europe. To which is prefixed an introduction, containing inquiries relative to the patient, of distinguishing one disease from another, of the pulse, of the content of the nervous parts, of obstructions, &c. By R. Brookes, M.D. In two volumes. The sixth edition, with considerable additions and improvements. Vol. I. (II.)
London: printed for T. Carnan, and F. Newbery, Jun., 1771.
2 vols ; 20.0 cm. (8º)
I: xii, 435, [1] p.
II: [4], 400 p.

First published in 1751. The final page of vol. I contains publisher's advertisements. Roscoe A58 (7); ESTC n2400.

Copy Notes Traces of a sketch in pencil on the front free-endpaper of vol. I.

Binding C18th sheep, red spine-labels.

Reference Number 4723


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