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Context of Mellificium chirurgiæ: Or, The marrow of chirurgery : With the anatomy of human bodies according to the most modern anatomists; illustrated with many anatomical observations. Institutions of physick, with Hippocrates's Aphorisms largely commented upon. The marrow of physick, shewing the causes, signs and cures of most diseases incident to human bodies. Choice experienced receits for the cure of severall distempers. The fourth edition, enlarged, with many additions. Illustrated in its several parts with twelve copper cuts. By James Cooke of Warwick, practitioner in physick and chirurgery. Revised, corrected and purged from many faults that escaped in the former editions, by reason of the authors great distance from the press; by Tho. Gibson, M.D. and fellow of the Colledg of Physicians, London. Licensed by the Colledg of Physicians
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