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The Resource A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical : viz. I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe, and speedy way of curing wounds than formerly usually practised, with several experiments. II. The new light of chirurgery vindicated from the unjust aspersions of several unknown calumniators, &c. III. A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid as they relate to the cause and cure of distempers; with an account of some distempers, and the medicines for the cure of them: also a short digression about specific remedies. IV. Further considerations concerning alkaly and acid, wherein the terms and nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A treatise of the gout, wherein both its cause and cure are demonstrated; with some medicinal observations concerning the cure of fevers, &c. by the means of acids; with an account of experiments, and the medicines, with their preparations. VI. The doctrine of acids in the cure of diseases further asserted, in answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the his, (electronic resource)

A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical : viz. I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe, and speedy way of curing wounds than formerly usually practised, with several experiments. II. The new light of chirurgery vindicated from the unjust aspersions of several unknown calumniators, &c. III. A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid as they relate to the cause and cure of distempers; with an account of some distempers, and the medicines for the cure of them: also a short digression about specific remedies. IV. Further considerations concerning alkaly and acid, wherein the terms and nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A treatise of the gout, wherein both its cause and cure are demonstrated; with some medicinal observations concerning the cure of fevers, &c. by the means of acids; with an account of experiments, and the medicines, with their preparations. VI. The doctrine of acids in the cure of diseases further asserted, in answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the his, (electronic resource)

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A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical : viz. I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe, and speedy way of curing wounds than formerly usually practised, with several experiments. II. The new light of chirurgery vindicated from the unjust aspersions of several unknown calumniators, &c. III. A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid as they relate to the cause and cure of distempers; with an account of some distempers, and the medicines for the cure of them: also a short digression about specific remedies. IV. Further considerations concerning alkaly and acid, wherein the terms and nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A treatise of the gout, wherein both its cause and cure are demonstrated; with some medicinal observations concerning the cure of fevers, &c. by the means of acids; with an account of experiments, and the medicines, with their preparations. VI. The doctrine of acids in the cure of diseases further asserted, in answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the his
Title
A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical
Title remainder
viz. I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe, and speedy way of curing wounds than formerly usually practised, with several experiments. II. The new light of chirurgery vindicated from the unjust aspersions of several unknown calumniators, &c. III. A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid as they relate to the cause and cure of distempers; with an account of some distempers, and the medicines for the cure of them: also a short digression about specific remedies. IV. Further considerations concerning alkaly and acid, wherein the terms and nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A treatise of the gout, wherein both its cause and cure are demonstrated; with some medicinal observations concerning the cure of fevers, &c. by the means of acids; with an account of experiments, and the medicines, with their preparations. VI. The doctrine of acids in the cure of diseases further asserted, in answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the his
Title variation
  • Dr. Colbatch's vvorks
  • Dr. Colbatch's works
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Member of
Cataloging source
Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
C4992
Citation source
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
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1670-1729
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Colbatch, John
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Colbatch, John
  • Medicine
  • Medicine
  • Diseases
  • Surgery
Target audience
general
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A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical : viz. I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe, and speedy way of curing wounds than formerly usually practised, with several experiments. II. The new light of chirurgery vindicated from the unjust aspersions of several unknown calumniators, &c. III. A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid as they relate to the cause and cure of distempers; with an account of some distempers, and the medicines for the cure of them: also a short digression about specific remedies. IV. Further considerations concerning alkaly and acid, wherein the terms and nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A treatise of the gout, wherein both its cause and cure are demonstrated; with some medicinal observations concerning the cure of fevers, &c. by the means of acids; with an account of experiments, and the medicines, with their preparations. VI. The doctrine of acids in the cure of diseases further asserted, in answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the his, (electronic resource)
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  • Half-title reads: Dr. Colbatch's vvorks
  • Includes index
  • Includes: "Novum lumen chirurgicum: or, A new light of chirurgery" (3rd ed.); "Novum lumen chirurgicum vindicatum: or, The new light of chirurgery vindicated" (3rd ed.); "A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid" (3rd ed.); Some farther considerations concerning alkaly and acid (3rd ed.); "A treatise of the gout" (2nd ed.); "The doctrin of acids in the cure of diseases" (2nd ed.) and "A relation of a very sudden and extraordinary cure of a person bitten by a viper, by the means of acids" (2nd ed.)
  • Each part has separate title page dated 1698, except "The doctrin of acids" and "A relation" which are dated 1699; pagination and register are continuous. Each part was previously published separately
  • Reproduction of original in the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London
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file reproduced from microform
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
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eebo99900140e
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unknown
Extent
4 unnumbered pages, 568 pages, 16 unnumbered pages
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one file format
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electronic
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lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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c
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cl0037000106
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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A collection of tracts, chirurgical and medical : viz. I. A new light of chirurgery; or a discovery of a more safe, and speedy way of curing wounds than formerly usually practised, with several experiments. II. The new light of chirurgery vindicated from the unjust aspersions of several unknown calumniators, &c. III. A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid as they relate to the cause and cure of distempers; with an account of some distempers, and the medicines for the cure of them: also a short digression about specific remedies. IV. Further considerations concerning alkaly and acid, wherein the terms and nature of them are more fully explained, &c. V. A treatise of the gout, wherein both its cause and cure are demonstrated; with some medicinal observations concerning the cure of fevers, &c. by the means of acids; with an account of experiments, and the medicines, with their preparations. VI. The doctrine of acids in the cure of diseases further asserted, in answer to Dr. Tuthill; wherein are some things relating to the his, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Half-title reads: Dr. Colbatch's vvorks
  • Includes index
  • Includes: "Novum lumen chirurgicum: or, A new light of chirurgery" (3rd ed.); "Novum lumen chirurgicum vindicatum: or, The new light of chirurgery vindicated" (3rd ed.); "A physico-medical essay concerning alkaly and acid" (3rd ed.); Some farther considerations concerning alkaly and acid (3rd ed.); "A treatise of the gout" (2nd ed.); "The doctrin of acids in the cure of diseases" (2nd ed.) and "A relation of a very sudden and extraordinary cure of a person bitten by a viper, by the means of acids" (2nd ed.)
  • Each part has separate title page dated 1698, except "The doctrin of acids" and "A relation" which are dated 1699; pagination and register are continuous. Each part was previously published separately
  • Reproduction of original in the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
eebo99900140e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
4 unnumbered pages, 568 pages, 16 unnumbered pages
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Level of compression
lossless
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000106
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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