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A LETTER FROM DR GLASS TO DR BAKER,
Glass, [Thomas].

A LETTER FROM DR GLASS TO DR BAKER,

on the means of procuring a distinct and favourable kind of small-pox. And on the use of cold air and cold water in putrid fevers. London : Printed for W. Johnston, in Ludgate-Street; and B. Thorn, at Exeter 1767.
1st Ed. [iv] + 72pp. With half title (with sm. repaired tear and sl. loss to tail). Errata affixed to verso of title page. Pp.31-2 with sm. marginal tear, prelims. foxed, browning, occasional staining, occasional marginal chipping, rebound in modern blue boards with paper title label to upper board. Scarce. ESTC T37868 ‘With half title’. Thomas Glass (1709–1786), physician and medical writer. ODNB ‘... He also published works on smallpox and was considered the greatest English authority after Sir William Watson on inoculation for smallpox. ... ‘ Sir George Baker, first baronet (bap. 1723, d. 1809), physician. ODNB ‘... in English he wrote An Inquiry into the Merits of a Method of Inoculating the Smallpox (1766) ...’
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