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Of the stupendous gout-stone : see page the 28. II. An introduction to a new method of writing a great deal in a little time, viz. As much in One Minute (by any Watch) as usually requires a Long while, of Singular Use to All that Use their Pen. III. Of tea, coffee, & chocolate. --IV. Of the Itch. V. Of the Eyes. - --VI. Of the Gout & Rheumatism. Vii. Of Tobacco, as to Smoaking, &c. Viii. Of Agues. - IX. Of the plague. Dedicated to Dr. Sloane. This book is given gratis up one pair of stairs, at the sign o the celebrated anodyne necklace recommended by Dr. Chamberlen for childrens teeth, just by the Rose Tavern without Temple-Bar. At Mr Greg's bookseller, by Northumberland-House, Charing-Cross. At Mr Garway's at the Royal-Exchange-Gate, next to Cornhil. And by R. Bradshaw, as in the advertisement, page 47. Preview this item
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Of the stupendous gout-stone : see page the 28. II. An introduction to a new method of writing a great deal in a little time, viz. As much in One Minute (by any Watch) as usually requires a Long while, of Singular Use to All that Use their Pen. III. Of tea, coffee, & chocolate. --IV. Of the Itch. V. Of the Eyes. - --VI. Of the Gout & Rheumatism. Vii. Of Tobacco, as to Smoaking, &c. Viii. Of Agues. - IX. Of the plague. Dedicated to Dr. Sloane. This book is given gratis up one pair of stairs, at the sign o the celebrated anodyne necklace recommended by Dr. Chamberlen for childrens teeth, just by the Rose Tavern without Temple-Bar. At Mr Greg's bookseller, by Northumberland-House, Charing-Cross. At Mr Garway's at the Royal-Exchange-Gate, next to Cornhil. And by R. Bradshaw, as in the advertisement, page 47.

Publisher: London : Printed by H. Parker in Goswell-Street, 1723.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
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OCLC Number: 642544427
Description: 1 online resource (45, [3] pages) : illustrations

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