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1. The practical proofs of the soundness of the Hygeian system of physiology: selected from the appendix of "Morisoniana", as incontrovertible testimonies to the afflicted, of the inestimable value of Morison's vegetable universal medicine : including, with other important matter, "The origin of life, and cause of all disease explained", and an entirely new view of the origin of the small pox virus, and of its being most certainly eradicable, or rendered harmless
- Moat, Thomas.
Morison, James, 1770-1840.
- Brooklyn, N.Y. : Moat, 1831
2. Third edition of The practical proofs of the soundness of the Hygeian system of physiology: giving incontrovertible testimony to the afflicted, of the inestimable value of Morison's vegetable universal medicines ... with most important information connected with the succesful promulgation of the Hygeian system in the United States of America
- Morison, James, 1770-1840
- [New York] : Printed and published for Dr. H. Shepheard Moat, 1832