Observations on the utility and administration of purgative medicines in several diseases

by Hamilton, James

Publisher: printed by C. Stewart, printer to the University, for James Simpson, Royal Exchange; and sold by E. Balfour, P. Hill, W. Laing, A. Constable and Co. W. Blackwood, and J. Anderson. : Also by John Murray, Fleet-Street, London : And Gilbert and Hodges, Dublin in Edinburgh

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Statementby James Hamilton
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Paginationxvi, 320 p. ; (8vo)
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OBSERVATIONS ON THE UTILITY AND ADMINISTRATION OF PURGATIVE MEDICINES IN SEVERAL DISEASES. Philadelphia: Benjamin Johnson, and Collins and Perkins, New York, First American, from the second Edinburgh edition. 12mo. Contemporary full leather binding with gilt lettered spine label. The binding is scuffed and soiled, and the joints are.

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In diseases, however, where the disposition to putrescency is already too strong, all medicines, which in the smallest degree increase such tendency should be studiously avoided; and, on this account, the administration of the testacea in putrid, malignant fevers has of late been condemned by some ingenious writers.

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