2 edition of Observations upon a treatise on the virtues of hemlock, in the cure of canvers found in the catalog.
Observations upon a treatise on the virtues of hemlock, in the cure of canvers
Fisher copy: Bound with the author"s Libellus, quo demonstratur cicutam. 1760. London, 1760. Author"s presentation copy.
|Other titles||Observations on Doctor Storck"s treatise|
|Statement||by John Andree.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Contributions||Andree, John, 1699?-1785 (autograph)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 80 p.|
|Number of Pages||80|
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Get this from a library. Observations upon a treatise on the virtues of Hemlock, in the cure of cancers. [John Andree]. Störck,Anton,Freiherr von, Title(s): Observations upon a treatise on the virtues of hemlock, in the cure of cancers. Written by Dr. Storck, an eminent physician in the imperial city of Vienna.
Wherein the doctor's cases in favour of that vegetable are candidly examined, andproved insufficient to be depended upon in divers instances. The second pamphlet, by John Andree (/), a physician and co-founder of the London Hospital, recommends against using hemlock to treat cancer.
Andree is responding to the Viennese physician Anton von Störck’s publication on hemlock, An Essay on the Medicinal Nature of his Observations upon a Treatise on the Virtues of Hemlock, in the Cure of Cancers.
The second pamphlet, by John Andree (/), a physician and co-founder of the London Hospital, recommends against using hemlock to treat cancer. Andree is responding to the Viennese physician Anton von Störck’s publication on hemlock, An Essay on the Medicinal Nature of his Observations upon a Treatise on the Virtues of Hemlock, in the Cure of.
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