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The natural method of curing the diseases of the body [electronic resource] : and the disorders of the mind depending on the body. In three parts. .. / By George Cheyne, M.D
Bib ID 3168525
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Cheyne, George, 1671-1743
 
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Edition The fifth edition. 
Description London : printed for Dan. Browne; R. Manby; J. Whiston and B. White; and A. Strahan, 1753 
[22],316p. ; 8°. 
Series

Eighteenth century collections online.

Notes

With a half-title.

A reissue of the sheets of the first edition of 1742, with a cancel titlepage.

Cited In

ESTC, 53889

Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Thomson Gale, 2003. (Eighteenth century collections online). Mode of access: World Wide Web. Access restricted to subscribers. 
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Natural method of cureing the diseases of the body

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