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Urethra -- Diseases -- Early works to 1800
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Of persons on a journey cureing themselves of the secret disease, or a gleet, Whilst they bait, or set up at their inn, without the knowledge of any one, in above a fourth part of the time, and with much less trouble, than they ever possibly can, by taking physick at home. This book is given gratis, up one pair of stairs at the Sign of Dr. Chamberlen's famous anodyne necklace for children's teeth, fits, fevers, convulsions, &c over against Deureuz-Court without Temple-Bar. And by the authors ser

London : Printed by H. Parker in Jewin-Street, 1732
1732
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Location: 中央研究院
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Of persons on a journey cureing themselves of the secret disease, or a gleet, Whilst they bait or set up at their inn, without the knowledge of any one in above a fourth part of the time that they ever possibly can by taking of physick at home. This book is given gratis, up one pair of stairs at the Sign of Dr Chamberlen's famous anodyne necklace for children's teeth, fits, fevers, convulsions, &c. over against Devreux-Court without Temple-Bar. And by the author's servant R. Bradshaw, at his Hou

London : Printed by H. Parker in Jewin-Street, 1731
1731
COMPUTER FILE

Location: 中央研究院