Observations on the gout and rheumatism

Publication Date1766
RemainderExhibiting instances of persons who were greatly relieved in the fit of the gout; and of others who were cured of the Gout in the Head, Stomach, and Bowels; of obstinate Rheumatisms; and of the Swellings, Stiffness, and Contractions of the Limbs, after irregular or long-continued Fits of the Gout: by medicines discovered in America. With a short account of some medicines, and ways of curing diseases, used by the native Indians. To which are added, a few remarkable cases of other Diseases. Humbly Inscribed to the College of Physicians By Henry Flower, an American. New Things do I declare: before they spring forth. I tell you of them. Isaiah
Publisherprinted for E. Cooke, at the Royal Exchange



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