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I feel sure that the work will be found of value to medical men, as giving them a complete résumé of the whole treatment of disease, by Author: Charles Cotar. Get this from a library. A treatise on mineral waters: in two volumes. [Donald Monro; Duveen Alchemy and Chemistry Collection.].
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Title A treatise on mineral waters and sea-side resorts, Contributor Names Chancellor, Charles Williams. [from old catalog] Library of Congress Control Number Language.
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