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Observations on the cure of William Taylor : in-Kent ; Who being born with Cataracts in both Eyes, was at Eight Years of Age, brought to Sight, on the 8th of October, 1751, by Mr. John Taylor, junr. Oculist, in Hatton Garden. Containing His Strange Notions of Objects upon the first Enjoyment of his new Sense: Also, Some Attestations thereof, in a Letter written by his Father, Mr. William Taylor, Farmer, in the same Parish. Interspers'd with several curious Examples and Remarks, historical and philosophical thereupon. Dedicated to Dr. Monsey, Physician to the Royal Hospital at Chelsea. Also Some Address to the Publick, for a Contribution towards the Foundation of an Hospital for the Blind, Already begun by some Noble Personages. Preview this item
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Observations on the cure of William Taylor : in-Kent ; Who being born with Cataracts in both Eyes, was at Eight Years of Age, brought to Sight, on the 8th of October, 1751, by Mr. John Taylor, junr. Oculist, in Hatton Garden. Containing His Strange Notions of Objects upon the first Enjoyment of his new Sense: Also, Some Attestations thereof, in a Letter written by his Father, Mr. William Taylor, Farmer, in the same Parish. Interspers'd with several curious Examples and Remarks, historical and philosophical thereupon. Dedicated to Dr. Monsey, Physician to the Royal Hospital at Chelsea. Also Some Address to the Publick, for a Contribution towards the Foundation of an Hospital for the Blind, Already begun by some Noble Personages.

Author: William Oldys
Publisher: [London] : Printed by E. Owen, in Hand-Court, Holborn, 1753.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: William Oldys
OCLC Number: 642603386
Description: 1 online resource (vii, [1], 32 pages)

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