A dialogue between alkali and acid containing divers philosophical and medicinal considerations, wherein a late pretended new hypothesis, asserting alkali the cause, and acid the cure of all diseases; is proved groundless and dangerous. Being a specimen of the immodest self-applause, shameful contempt, and abuse of all physicians, gross mistakes and great ignorance of the pretender John Colbatch. By Thomas Emes, Chirurgo-Medicus.
printed for Thomas Speed, over against Jonathan's Coffee-House in Exchange Alley in Cornhil,
|Edition:||The second edition.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
Colbatch, John, > Sir, > 1670-1729. > Physico-medical essay, concerning alkaly and acid > Early works to 1800.
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