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The Resource Apologia chyrurgica : A vindication of the noble art of chyrurgery, from the gross abuses offer'd thereunto by mountebanks, quacks, barbers, pretending bone-setters, with other ignorant undertakers. Wherein their fraudulent practices are plainly detected by several remarkable observations, their fair promises prov'd fictions, their administrations pernicious, their confident pretences injurious and destructive to the welfare of the people. By Daniel Turner, practitioner in chyrurgery. Imprimatur. Datum in comitiis censoriis ex ædibus collegii nostri, Jan. 11. 1694. John Lawson, president. Samuel Collins, Richard Torless, Edward Tyson, Martin Lister, censores, (electronic resource)

Apologia chyrurgica : A vindication of the noble art of chyrurgery, from the gross abuses offer'd thereunto by mountebanks, quacks, barbers, pretending bone-setters, with other ignorant undertakers. Wherein their fraudulent practices are plainly detected by several remarkable observations, their fair promises prov'd fictions, their administrations pernicious, their confident pretences injurious and destructive to the welfare of the people. By Daniel Turner, practitioner in chyrurgery. Imprimatur. Datum in comitiis censoriis ex ædibus collegii nostri, Jan. 11. 1694. John Lawson, president. Samuel Collins, Richard Torless, Edward Tyson, Martin Lister, censores, (electronic resource)

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Apologia chyrurgica : A vindication of the noble art of chyrurgery, from the gross abuses offer'd thereunto by mountebanks, quacks, barbers, pretending bone-setters, with other ignorant undertakers. Wherein their fraudulent practices are plainly detected by several remarkable observations, their fair promises prov'd fictions, their administrations pernicious, their confident pretences injurious and destructive to the welfare of the people. By Daniel Turner, practitioner in chyrurgery. Imprimatur. Datum in comitiis censoriis ex ædibus collegii nostri, Jan. 11. 1694. John Lawson, president. Samuel Collins, Richard Torless, Edward Tyson, Martin Lister, censores
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Apologia chyrurgica
Title remainder
A vindication of the noble art of chyrurgery, from the gross abuses offer'd thereunto by mountebanks, quacks, barbers, pretending bone-setters, with other ignorant undertakers. Wherein their fraudulent practices are plainly detected by several remarkable observations, their fair promises prov'd fictions, their administrations pernicious, their confident pretences injurious and destructive to the welfare of the people. By Daniel Turner, practitioner in chyrurgery. Imprimatur. Datum in comitiis censoriis ex ædibus collegii nostri, Jan. 11. 1694. John Lawson, president. Samuel Collins, Richard Torless, Edward Tyson, Martin Lister, censores
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eng
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Cu-RivES
Citation location within source
T3272
Citation source
Wing (2nd ed.)
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1667-1741
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Turner, Daniel
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Surgery
Target audience
general
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Apologia chyrurgica : A vindication of the noble art of chyrurgery, from the gross abuses offer'd thereunto by mountebanks, quacks, barbers, pretending bone-setters, with other ignorant undertakers. Wherein their fraudulent practices are plainly detected by several remarkable observations, their fair promises prov'd fictions, their administrations pernicious, their confident pretences injurious and destructive to the welfare of the people. By Daniel Turner, practitioner in chyrurgery. Imprimatur. Datum in comitiis censoriis ex ædibus collegii nostri, Jan. 11. 1694. John Lawson, president. Samuel Collins, Richard Torless, Edward Tyson, Martin Lister, censores, (electronic resource)
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16 unnumbered pages, 140 pages
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Apologia chyrurgica : A vindication of the noble art of chyrurgery, from the gross abuses offer'd thereunto by mountebanks, quacks, barbers, pretending bone-setters, with other ignorant undertakers. Wherein their fraudulent practices are plainly detected by several remarkable observations, their fair promises prov'd fictions, their administrations pernicious, their confident pretences injurious and destructive to the welfare of the people. By Daniel Turner, practitioner in chyrurgery. Imprimatur. Datum in comitiis censoriis ex ædibus collegii nostri, Jan. 11. 1694. John Lawson, president. Samuel Collins, Richard Torless, Edward Tyson, Martin Lister, censores, (electronic resource)
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Note
Reproduction of the original in the British Library
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
eebo99830915e
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
16 unnumbered pages, 140 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
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cl0037000082
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote

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