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MEDICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL AND VULGAR ERRORS,
Jones, John.

MEDICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL AND VULGAR ERRORS,

Of Various Kings, Considered and Refuted. London Printed for T. Cadell ... 1797. [iv] + 213pp. + [i] Errata. Half title present. ESTC T117237 ‘John Jones b. 1726?.’ [Bound with]. Williams, W.H. A CONCISE TREATISE ON THE PROGRESS OF MEDICINE, Since the year 1573. Printed and Sold by J. Bush, Ipswich ... 1804. viii + 68pp. Half title present. William Henry Williams (bap. 1771, d. 1841), physician. ODNB ‘... In 1801 he had settled at Brook Street, Ipswich, and in 1803 he became physician to the public dispensary ...’ [Bound with] Jenkins, Jeremiah. OBSERVATIONS ON THE PRESENT STATE OF THE PROFESSION & TRADE OF MEDICINE, As Practised by Physicians, Surgeons, Apothecaries, Chemists, Druggists, and Quacks in the Metropolis and throughout the Country of Great Britain. London: Printed for the Author ... 1810. [iv] + xvi + 140pp. + [iv]. adverts. Pp.55-60 bound out of sequence together. [Bound with]. [Wadd, William]. CURSORY REMARKS ON CORPULENCE: By a Member of the Royal College of Physicians. London: Printed for J. Callow ... 1810. T.p. + 44pp. William Wadd (1776–1829), surgeon. [Bound with]. ADVICE TO THE PHYSICIAN, THE SURGEON, AND THE APOTHECARY, AND TO THEIR PATIENTS; after the Manner of Dean Swift; With Notes Practical and Illustrative, Founded on Long Observation That May be Beneficial to Them All, and Favourable to Health and Long Life. By a Physician. London: Printed for Wm. Fearman’s Library 1821. [vi] + 73pp. [Lacking half title and pp.33-4]. Imitates Swift's Directions to servants.
Together 5 works bound in 1 vol. Sporadic light browning, faint institutional ink stamp to first t.p., new e.ps., contemporary marbled boards with calf corners some darkening to edges, rebacked in modern calf with gilt lettering and institutional stamp to spine.
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