The London Practice of Physick: Or the Whole Practical Part of Physick Contained in the Works of Dr. Willis. Faithfully Made English [by Eugenius Φιλιατρος], Etc. [With a Portrait.]
Thomas Basset ... and William Crooke, 1685 - 672 pages
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