Bellum medicinale or The papers writen [sic] in defence of Dr. Brown [electronic resource] : his publication of the new cure of fevers, and which was so much opposed by a club of physicians; viz. 1. A letter &c. concerning Dr. Brown's vindicatory schedule, and the dialogue written by some physicians in Edinburgh in answer thereto. 2. A looking glass for the black bond [sic] of doctors, &c. 3. A third letter in vindication of Dr. Brown. 4. An epilogue to the five papers past betwixt Dr. E. and Dr. O. concerning the use of vomiting and purging in fevers.
Edinburgh : [s.n.,] Printed An: Dom: MDCXCIX. [1699]
[3], 16, 47, [1], 14, 40, p.
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Edinburgh : [s.n.,] Printed An: Dom: MDCXCIX. [1699]
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Wing (2nd ed.) B1860A
general note
"A third letter" has separate pagination.
Errata: p. [1] at end of second numbered section.
Imperfect: tight binding with some loss of text.
Looking-glass for the black-band of doctors, and Epilogue to the five papers, have special t.p. and separate pagination.
Reproduction of original in: National Library of Scotland.
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