Observations concerning the prevention and cure of the venereal disease intended to guard the ignorant and unwary against the baneful effects of that insidious malady : with an appendix, containing a list of the most approved medicines now used in the cure of this disorder, also their doses,manner of application, &c by William Buchan

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Pagination[4], 256 p.
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