The steam doctor's defence [sic]; exhibiting the superiority of the Thomsonian system of medicine, in relieving and curing disease; consisting of facts and extracts from the writings of the most respectable authors on the system. To which is added, some account of the cholera, and its treatment on the Thomsonian Plan. Benjamin Thompson.

The steam doctor's defence [sic]; exhibiting the superiority of the Thomsonian system of medicine, in relieving and curing disease; consisting of facts and extracts from the writings of the most respectable authors on the system. To which is added, some account of the cholera, and its treatment on the Thomsonian Plan

Boston: 1833. Small 8vo, pp. 40; engraved frontispiece; original printed green wrappers; bookplate partially removed; very good. With an account of Thompson's infirmary on the back wrapper. Not in American Imprints; not in NUC; not in Cordasco; Sabin 95467; Harvard and Clements Library only in OCLC. Item #53513

Price: $450.00

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