2 edition of ancient physician"s legacy to his country found in the catalog.
ancient physician"s legacy to his country
by Printed by H. Kent, for C. Hitch ...; J. Brotherton ...; and R. Minors ... in London
Written in English
Fisher copy: With the autographs of Tho: Pochin M.B. 1749; John Mansell, M.A.; and E. Attwood 1.61 (2312) and a MS note in the latter"s hand on final flyleaf. From the library of Edwin Clarke.
|Statement||by Thomas Dover, M.B.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Contributions||Pochin, Thomas, M.B. (autograph), Mansell, John, M.A. (autograph), Attwood, E. (autograph), Clarke, Edwin, 1919-1996 (association)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 245,  p.|
|Number of Pages||245|
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