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|Title:||The practice of physick, reduc'd to the ancient way of observations : containing a just parallel between the wisdom and experience of the ancients and the hypothesis's of modern physicians ... Together with several new and curious dissertations ; particularly of the tarantula, and the nature of its poison ; of the use and abuse of blistering plasters, of epidemical apoplexies, &c., written in Latin, by Geo. Baglivi. London : Printed for D. Midwinter, B. Lintot, G. Strahan, J. Round, W. Taylor, J. Osborn, and J. Clark, 1723. 2nd edition.|
|Description:||This item was featured in the Rare Book exhibition "From Hippocrates to Harrison". The exhibition commemorated 150 years of the Faculty of Medicine.|
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