Morbus anglicus: or, The anatomy of consumptions Containing the nature, causes, subject, progress, change, signes, prognosticks, preservatives; and several methods of curing all consumptions, coughs, and spitting of blood. With remarkable observations touching the same diseases. To which are added, some brief discourses of melancholy, madness, and distraction occasioned by love. Together with certain new remarques touching the scurvy and ulcers of the lungs. The like never before published. By Gideon Harvey, M.D.
printed for Nathaniel Brook at the Angel in Cornhil,
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