|Statement||by Spencer Thomson... 1st American from the last London ed. Rev. with additions by Henry H. Smith...|
|Contributions||Smith, Henry H. 1815-1890.|
|LC Classifications||R121 .T478|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||582 p. :|
|Number of Pages||582|
|LC Control Number||05000501|
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A dictionary of popular medicine and hygiene: American domestic medicine and household physician: a companion for the traveler, emigrant, clergyman, and miner, as well as for the heads of all families and institutions. " The perfon muft be bled before he begins to ufe the medicine*. Appears in 29 books from Page - his ears and tail droop more than ufual, and he appears drowfy: afterwards he begins to loll out his tongue, and froth at the mouth, his eyes feeming heavy and watery: he now, if not confined, takes off, runs panting along with a kind. Title(s): A dictionary of domestic medicine and household surgery/ by Spencer Thomson and J.C. Steele. Edition: 38th ed. / thoroughly rev. by Albert Westland and Geo. Reid ; with a section on the maintenance of health and the management of disease in warm climates by Jas. Cantlie ; and appendix on the management of the sick-room, with many. A Dictionary of Domestic Medicine by John H. Clarke and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
Extensive information on the medicine of the peoples who lived in the first century B.C. in the territories of what are now Middle Asia, Iran, Azerbaijan, and Afghanistan is contained in the Avesta (ninth century B.C. to third century A.D.), the holy book of the Zoroastrians. The first concepts of human anatomy and physiology took shape during. Domestic Medicine By William Buchan Printed In Manchester by S. Russell. The Volume is in Very Good Condition Bound in blind tooled English calf, with the spine divided into six compartments by five raised bands, with a red morocco letter-piece in the second compartment from the top, with the board edges blind-tooled. Externally the boards and spine are lightly . Title(s): A dictionary of domestic medicine and household surgery/ by Spencer Thomson. Edition: 1st American, from the last London ed. / rev., with additions by Henry H. Smith. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia: Lippincott, A book produced by the consulting physician to the Glasgow hospital for Women, designed to circumvent certain medical practitioners who diagnose conditions that leads to a filling of their own pockets, when common sense and an awareness of basic medicine would result in a modification of either behaviour or diet resulting in a cure.