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The secrets of that noted empyric Samuel Thompson [sic]
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The secrets of that noted empyric Samuel Thompson [sic]: comprehending the theory of disease and mode of practice. [Samuel Thomson] "The following pages are from a secret pamphlet by Samuel Thompson [sic], in which he declares that he has made the great discovery of a Universal specific for the train of diseases incident to human nature.
Author of A narrative of the life and medical discoveries of Samuel Thomson, Learned quackery exposed, or, Theory according to art, The secrets of that noted empyric Samuel Thompson [sic], The Thomsonian materia medica, Thomsonian manual, or, Advocate of the principles which govern the Thomsonian system of medical practice, An earnest appeal to the public, The Thomsonian materia medica, or Written works: New Guide to Health.
Title(s): The secrets of that noted empyric Samuel Thompson [sic.]: comprehending his theory of disease and mode of practice.[microform] Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Boston?:.
The secrets of that noted empyric Samuel Thompson [i.e., Thomson] comprehending the theory of disease and mode of practice. by: Thomson, Samuel, Published: (). Full text of "Early American medical imprints: a guide to works printed in the United States, " See other formats.
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