|Statement||by Jonathan Goddard ..|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 380:27|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||62|
J. Goddard, A Discourse Setting Forth the Unhappy Condition of the Practice of Physick (; E.S.T.C. ); [D. Coxe], A Discourse wherein the Interest of the Patient in Reference to Physick and Physicians is soberly debated (; E.S.T.C. ). An Historical Discourse of the first Invention of Navigation and the additional A Discourse setting forth the unbappy condition of the practice of physick give given hands hath heart Holland honour hope interest John judge judgment justice keep king kingdom land late least leave less liberty live London Lord majesty master means nature ?id=eT0JAAAAQAAJ. THE PREFACE. This Book having at first been written only as a Plan of Directions for preserving our Country from the Plague was then very short and concise. An Act of Parliament being immediately after made for performing Quarantaines &c. according to the Rules here laid down, it passed through seven Editions in one year without any Alterations.I then thought proper to make some The Practice of Physick, Wherein is plainly set forth, the Nature, Cause, Differences, and Several Sorts of Signs, Est: £ - £ 0 Bids
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