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52. Domestic medicine: or, A valuable treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases by regimen and simple medicines : with an appendix, containing a new dispensatory : for the use of private practitioners : to which are added, observations on the diet of the common people : recommending a method of living less expensive, and more conducive to health, than the present

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57. Modern domestic medicine: being a treatise divested of professional terms on the nature, causes, symptoms, and treatment of the diseases of men, women, and children, in both cold and warm climates : with appropriate prescriptions in English : the whole preceded by practical rules for the preservation of health, the best means for invigorating the human body and prolonging life, and the mode of preventing the extension of infectious disorders, as also of annihilating contagion

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58. A treatise on domestic medicine: pointing out, in plain language, and as free from professional terms as possible, the nature, symptoms, causes, probable terminations, and treatment of all diseases incident to men, women, and children, in both cold and warm climates : as also, appropriate prescriptions in English, and the doses of medicine which are suitable to different ages : including likewise effectual means for preventing the extension of all infectious diseases, and annihilating the power of every kind of contagion, and rules for enabling Europeans who visit a warm climate to escape the yellow fever, and long enjoy a good state of health

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