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  • Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.
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  • Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.
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Boston : Printed ... at the presses of S. Hall, and Thomas & Andrews, and sold by E. Larkin, and the other booksellers in Boston ; by Gaine & Ten Eyck, and S. Campbell, New-York ; M. Carey, and W. Young, Philadelphia ; by Messrs. Websters, and Thomas, Andrews & Pennyman, Albany ; and Thomas, Andrews & Butler, Baltimore, 1797.
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  • Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826.
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[London] : Printed in Boston, New England. London: reprinted for J. Stockdale, Piccadilly ; C. Dilly, Poultry ; and T.N. Longman, Paternoster Row, 1798.
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The ladies' friend : and family physical library. The midwifery in this edition is by question and answer. With thirteen curious engravings of the Natural and Unnatural Position of the Infant as it lies in the Womb. With a true Description and Cure of every Disease incident to Married and Single Women, as well as those of Young Children. Though this Book is wrote in so familiar and plain a Manner to every one's Understanding, yet the young Physician, Surgeon, Apothecary, Anatomist, Midwife, and Chemist, by paying Attention, may at least refresh their Memories, if not gain Instruction. This Work contains at least three Times more than any former Edition. The Additions Are, A Compendium of Anatomy by Question and Answer. A Formulae for the Diseases incident to the white and black Inhabitants of the Indies, together with the medical Remedies that Country produces for each Disease. A Treatise of Cancers, with the Case of Mrs. Phillips of Bermingham, describing the Remedy that the Author made use of to extirpate a Cancer from her Breast, which weighed about seven Ounces: she was upwards of fifty Years of Age. A Bilious Case and Cure of Miss A, Daughter of an eminent Surgeon of Wolverhampton. A Philosophical Account of the Voice, Speech, Singing, Laughing, Coughing, and Sounds, &c. Of the Structure and Motion of the Muscles, according to the Doctrine of Sir Isaac Newton. Philosophical Doctrine of Pulses. The Medical Qualities of Milk, and of Whey, for Diseases in general. Of ... or, Pathological Aitiology, &c. The Method to recover Persons supposed to be drowned. The Dispensary of the Royal Hospital of Edinburgh for the afflicted Poor. Translated from the Latin Copy. The fifth edition / by S. Freeman, M.D. Of King's College University, Aberdeen: And Member of the Society of Polite Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, London.
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  • Freeman, Stephen, M.D.
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London : printed for James Nunn, No 48, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
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The ladies' friend, : and family physical library. The midwifery in this edition is by question and answer. With thirteen curious engravings of the Natural and Unnatural Position of the Infant as it lies in the Womb. With a true Description and Cure of every Disease incident to Married and Single Women, as well as those of Young Children. Though this Book is wrote in so familiar and plain a Manner to every one's Understanding, yet the young Physician, Surgeon, Apothecary, Anatomist, Midwife, and Chemist, by paying Attention, may at least refresh their Memories, if not gain Instruction. This Work contains at least three Times more than any former Edition. The Additions Are, A Compendium of Anatomy by Question and Answer. A Formulae for the Diseases incident to the white and black Inhabitants of the Indies, together with the medical Remedies that Country produces for each Disease. A Treatise of Cancers, with the Case of Mrs. Phillips of Bermingham, describing the Remedy that the Author made use of to extirpate a Cancer from her Breast, which weighed about seven Ounces: she was upwards of fifty Years of Age. A Bilious Case and Cure of Miss A, Daughter of an eminent Surgeon of Wolverhampton. A Philosophical Account of the Voice, Speech, Singing, Laughing, Coughing, and Sounds, &c. Of the Structure and Motion of the Muscles, according to the Doctrine of Sir Isaac Newton. Philosophical Doctrine of Pulses. The Medical Qualities of Milk, and of Whey, for Diseases in general. Of ... or, Pathological Aitiology, &c. The Method to recover Persons supposed to be drowned. The Dispensary of the Royal Hospital of Edinburgh for the afflicted Poor. Translated from the Latin Copy. The fifth edition. By S. Freeman, M.D. Of King's College University, Aberdeen: And Member of the Society of Polite Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, London.
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  • Freeman, Stephen, M.D.
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London : printed for James Nunn, No 48, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
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The ladies' friend, : and family physical library. The midwifery in this edition is by question and answer. With thirteen curious engravings of the natural and unnatural position of the infant as it lies in the Womb. With a true Description and Cure of every Disease incident to married and single Women, as well as those of young Children. Though this Book is wrote in so familiar and plain a Manner to every one's Understanding, yet the young Physician, Surgeon, Apothecary, Anatomist, Midwife, and Chemist, by paying Attention may at least refresh their Memories, if not gain Instruction. This Work contains at least three Times more than any former Edition. The additions are, A Compendium of Anatomy, by Question and Answer. A Formulae for the Diseases incident to the white and black Inhabitants of the Indies, together with the medical Remedies that Country produces for each Disease. A Treatise of Cancers, with the Case of Mrs. Phillips, of Birmingham, describing the Remedy that the Author made Use of to extirpate a Cancer from her Breast, which weighed about seven ounces: She was upwards of fifty Years of Age. A Bilious Case and Cure of Miss A-, Daughter of an eminent Surgeon of Wolverhampton. A Philosophical Account of the Voice, Speech, Singing, Laughing, Coughing, and Sounds, &c. Of the Structure and Motion of the Muscles, according to the Doctrine of Sir Isaac Newton. Philosophical Doctrine of Pulses. The Medical Qualities of Milk, and of Whey, for Diseases in general. Of ... or, Pathological Aitiology, &c. The Method to recover Persons supposed to be drowned. The Dispensary of the Royal Hospital of Edinburgh, for the afflicted Poor. Translated from the Latin Copy. The fifth edition. By S. Freeman, M.D. of Kings College University, Aberdeen: and Member of the Society of Polite Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, London.
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  • Freeman, Stephen, M.D.
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London : printed for the author: and may be had at his house in Hatton-Garden, and of all the booksellers, MDCCLXXXVII. [1787]
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Speech and language difficulties : EDSE 18. Unit 1, Describing language 1 : sounds and phonology / written by Deirdre Martin and Paul Catherall ; with Howard Jackson and Martin Smedley ; editor, Deirdre Martin.
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Birmingham : School of Education, University of Birmingham, 1999.
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  • Morse, Jedidiah, 1761-1826
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The second edition, corrected.
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Printed in Boston, New England ; London : reprinted for J. Stockdale, Piccadilly, C. Dilly, Poultry, and T.N. Longman, Paternoster Row, 1798.
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