Medicina Statica: Being The Aphorisms Of Sanctorius, Translated into English with large Explanations; To which is added Dr. Keil's Medicina Statica Britannica, with comparative Remarks, and Explanations. As also Medico-Physical Essays on Agues, Fevers, An Elastick Fibre, The Gout, The Leprosy, Kings-Evil, Venereal Diseases. John Quincy.

Medicina Statica: Being The Aphorisms Of Sanctorius, Translated into English with large Explanations; To which is added Dr. Keil's Medicina Statica Britannica, with comparative Remarks, and Explanations. As also Medico-Physical Essays on Agues, Fevers, An Elastick Fibre, The Gout, The Leprosy, Kings-Evil, Venereal Diseases

London: W. and J. Newton et al, 1720. Second edition. leather_bound. 344 pages, Index (9) AND Preface (6), 116 pages re MEDICO-PHYSICAL ESSAYS containing a separate title page. 20 x 14 cm. Engraved frontispiece and folding plate. A medical writer apprenticed to an apothecary he practiced medicine in London, eventually earning a medical degree at the University of Edinburgh. A dissenter, friend to Dr. Richard Mead and Dr. John Woodward, his ENGLISH DISPENSATORY, 1721 was widely popular going through many editions. Mild text browning. Modern quarter brown calf with black leather spine label printed in gilt. and marbled boards. Fine. Item #18208

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