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The terrible effects of the poison from the bite of a mad dog [electronic resource] : with a description of the symptoms of the disease, and a certain method of cure, experienced in eighteen cases, two of which are hereunto annexed. II. The rise, progress, and success of inoculation, with a plain and easy method of preparing the patient by medicine; with rules and regimen necessary to be observed, and the ways of performing the operation. III. A case of an anchylosis, of stiff joint; cured by a poultice and fomentation of common coal, with the method of preparing the poultice. IV. The usefulness of vomiting and purging, both in preventing and curing continual fevers. V. A letter to the printer of the London chronicle, dated Oct. 10, 1767; occasioned by the death of a Rt. Hon. Gentleman, who died of an inflammation in his bowels a few months before. To which are added, an account of an irregular gout; with the curatives, indications, and alarming circumstances, when become fixed at the stomach; with a case and cure hereunto annexed. The description of a cancer, and cru[de] method of extirpating it by excinon, two cases, six of the king's evil; three of the leprosy; two of total deafness; one of a malignant quinsey; two of a lock'd jaw; one of the piles, a most deplorable case of a lady aged 72: a non retention of urine. The case of a young lady who took crude mercury, with a caution against taking it. Obstruction in the urinary passages and neck of the bladder, fistula in the perinaeum and scrotum, hardness from these parts arising from indiscretion of even so long standing. Salivation unnecessary in the cure of venereal complaints. Pains in the bowels, stomach, gums, and ears, instantly eased. Fevers and diseases in general, treated with the greatest safety and success. Founded upon a new method of practice. By Dr. Rowley, who resides at Mr. White's upholsterer, in Fownes-s-street, Dame-street.

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74VKweDLGO43

The terrible effects of the poison from the bite of a mad dog [electronic resource] : with a description of the symptoms of the disease, and a certain method of cure, experienced in eighteen cases, two of which are hereunto annexed. II. The rise, progress, and success of inoculation, with a plain and easy method of preparing the patient by medicine; with rules and regimen necessary to be observed, and the ways of performing the operation. III. A case of an anchylosis, of stiff joint; cured by a poultice and fomentation of common coal, with the method of preparing the poultice. IV. The usefulness of vomiting and purging, both in preventing and curing continual fevers. V. A letter to the printer of the London chronicle, dated Oct. 10, 1767; occasioned by the death of a Rt. Hon. Gentleman, who died of an inflammation in his bowels a few months before. To which are added, an account of an irregular gout; with the curatives, indications, and alarming circumstances, when become fixed at the stomach; with a case and cure hereunto annexed. The description of a cancer, and cru[de] method of extirpating it by excinon, two cases, six of the king's evil; three of the leprosy; two of total deafness; one of a malignant quinsey; two of a lock'd jaw; one of the piles, a most deplorable case of a lady aged 72: a non retention of urine. The case of a young lady who took crude mercury, with a caution against taking it. Obstruction in the urinary passages and neck of the bladder, fistula in the perinaeum and scrotum, hardness from these parts arising from indiscretion of even so long standing. Salivation unnecessary in the cure of venereal complaints. Pains in the bowels, stomach, gums, and ears, instantly eased. Fevers and diseases in general, treated with the greatest safety and success. Founded upon a new method of practice. By Dr. Rowley, who resides at Mr. White's upholsterer, in Fownes-s-street, Dame-street.

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The terrible effects of the poison from the bite of a mad dog [electronic resource] : with a description of the symptoms of the disease, and a certain method of cure, experienced in eighteen cases, two of which are hereunto annexed. II. The rise, progress, and success of inoculation, with a plain and easy method of preparing the patient by medicine; with rules and regimen necessary to be observed, and the ways of performing the operation. III. A case of an anchylosis, of stiff joint; cured by a poultice and fomentation of common coal, with the method of preparing the poultice. IV. The usefulness of vomiting and purging, both in preventing and curing continual fevers. V. A letter to the printer of the London chronicle, dated Oct. 10, 1767; occasioned by the death of a Rt. Hon. Gentleman, who died of an inflammation in his bowels a few months before. To which are added, an account of an irregular gout; with the curatives, indications, and alarming circumstances, when become fixed at the stomach; with a case and cure hereunto annexed. The description of a cancer, and cru[de] method of extirpating it by excinon, two cases, six of the king's evil; three of the leprosy; two of total deafness; one of a malignant quinsey; two of a lock'd jaw; one of the piles, a most deplorable case of a lady aged 72: a non retention of urine. The case of a young lady who took crude mercury, with a caution against taking it. Obstruction in the urinary passages and neck of the bladder, fistula in the perinaeum and scrotum, hardness from these parts arising from indiscretion of even so long standing. Salivation unnecessary in the cure of venereal complaints. Pains in the bowels, stomach, gums, and ears, instantly eased. Fevers and diseases in general, treated with the greatest safety and success. Founded upon a new method of practice. By Dr. Rowley, who resides at Mr. White's upholsterer, in Fownes-s-street, Dame-street.

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The terrible effects of the poison from the bite of a mad dog [electronic resource] : with a description of the symptoms of the disease, and a certain method of cure, experienced in eighteen cases, two of which are hereunto annexed. II. The rise, progress, and success of inoculation, with a plain and easy method of preparing the patient by medicine; with rules and regimen necessary to be observed, and the ways of performing the operation. III. A case of an anchylosis, of stiff joint; cured by a poultice and fomentation of common coal, with the method of preparing the poultice. IV. The usefulness of vomiting and purging, both in preventing and curing continual fevers. V. A letter to the printer of the London chronicle, dated Oct. 10, 1767; occasioned by the death of a Rt. Hon. Gentleman, who died of an inflammation in his bowels a few months before. To which are added, an account of an irregular gout; with the curatives, indications, and alarming circumstances, when become fixed at the stomach; with a case and cure hereunto annexed. The description of a cancer, and cru[de] method of extirpating it by excinon, two cases, six of the king's evil; three of the leprosy; two of total deafness; one of a malignant quinsey; two of a lock'd jaw; one of the piles, a most deplorable case of a lady aged 72: a non retention of urine. The case of a young lady who took crude mercury, with a caution against taking it. Obstruction in the urinary passages and neck of the bladder, fistula in the perinaeum and scrotum, hardness from these parts arising from indiscretion of even so long standing. Salivation unnecessary in the cure of venereal complaints. Pains in the bowels, stomach, gums, and ears, instantly eased. Fevers and diseases in general, treated with the greatest safety and success. Founded upon a new method of practice. By Dr. Rowley, who resides at Mr. White's upholsterer, in Fownes-s-street, Dame-street.

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[Dublin : s.n., 1795?]

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1795?]

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74VKweDLGO43

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English

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[Dublin : s.n., 1795?]

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The terrible effects of the poison from the bite of a mad dog [electronic resource] : with a description of the symptoms of the disease, and a certain method of cure, experienced in eighteen cases, two of which are hereunto annexed. II. The rise, progress, and success of inoculation, with a plain and easy method of preparing the patient by medicine...

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Reproduction of original from National Library of Ireland.

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ESTC T178199.

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Also available in microfilm held offsite at RAV/FM4/51.

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Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.

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