The late dreadful plague in France

Publication Date1722
Remaindercompared with that terrible plague in London, in the year 1665. In which died near a hundred thousand persons, carts continually going about London streets, to fetch away by heaps the dead bodies: the carmen having a bell in their hand and crying out bring out your dead.--Bring out your dead. Together with the method of cure used to those who recovered in London, not one having died that used it: and rules for its prevention and cure. Published for the preservation and benefit of all persons who may at any time be, where this terrible infection may reach. And is proper to be kept in every family to be ready at hand in the day of tribulation and affliction, and time of need. In two parts. Part the first. Dedicated to Dr. Sloane. This book is given gratis, up one pair of stairs at the sign of the Anodyne Necklace without Temple-Bar. At Mr Greg's bookseller next Northumberland-House charing-Cross. and at Mrs Garway's at the Royal Exchange-Gate next to Cornhill
Extent[8+] p.
Publisherprinted by H. Parker, in Goswell-street


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