A candid and impartial state of the evidence of a very great probability, that there is discovered by Monsieur Le Fevre, a regular physician, residing and practising at Liege in Germany, a specific for the gout. ... : To which is added, a narrative of the cases ... In an appendix is given an account of a house fitted up at Liege, for the reception of the English only; ...
By Edmund Marshall, M.A.
Printed for the author, by Simmons and Kirkby; sold at the King's Arms Printing-office; and by W. Griffin, in Catharine-Street in the Strand,
|Physical Description:||,vi,83,p ; 22 cm (8vo)|
|Place of Publication:|
England -- Canterbury.
|Bibliographical reference number:|
|General note:||Half-title: 'Evidence relative to Dr. Le Fevre's specific, for the gout, etc.'. Half title missing in this Trinity College copy.|
|Citation / References note:||ESTC, T93839|
|Immediate source of acquisition note:|
Donation; Francis Wrangham; 1842.
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