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|Additional Physical Format:||Also issued on microfilm.
[Bethesda, Md.] : National Library of Medicine, 1959.
1 microfilm reel : negative ; 35 mm.
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James Currie; James Humphreys; Samuel Henry Dickson; Benjamin & Thomas Kite (Firm),
|Notes:||The 4th London ed. was published in 1805. originally published in 1797.
Publisher's advertisement of chemical and medical books: p. [431-432].
There is a variant issue: 2 v. in 1 (430,  p.) with blank leaf instead of advertisement at end.
Film 633 reel 33 is part of Research Publications Early American Medical Imprints collection (RP reel 33, no. 596).
|Description:||2 v. in 1 (430,  p.) ; 23 cm. (8vo)|
|Contents:||From t. p.: Vol. I. Including an inquiry into the circumstances that render cold drink, or the cold bath, dangerous in health. To which are added, observations on the nature of fever; and on the effects of opium, alcohol, and inanition. --
Vol. II. Consisting of the author's experience of this remedy subsequent to the second edition of volume I. And of important commmunications from others on the same subject. To which are added, four letters; one on the sphere of febrile contagion; two on the establishment of a lunatic asylum in Liverpool; and one on the effects of nitrous acid in lues venerea.
|Responsibility:||by James Currie, M.D. ...|