A defence of Dr. Thomson's Discourse on the preparation of the body for the small pox, and the manner of receiving the infection : wherein every thing that has been yet advanced against it is fairly examined ; particularly Dr. Mead's censure of Dr. Boerhaave's opinion concerning a specific antidote, and Mr. Kearsley's remarks. : In a letter to a physician in Philadelphia. / by Alexander Hamilton, physician at Annapolis in Maryland. ; [Three lines in Latin from Horace].

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hamilton, Alexander, 1712-1756.
Format: Book
Published: Philadelphia : Printed by W. Bradford at the Sign of the Bible in Second Street., M, DCCLI. [1751]
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