A dissertation on endemial diseases : or, those disorders which arise from particular climates, situations, and methods of living; together with a treatise on the diseases of tradesmen, To which they are subject by their particular Callings. With the Method of avoiding and treating them. The first by the celebrated Frederick Hoffman, Professor of Physick at Hall in Saxony, and Physician to the late and present King of Prussia. The second by Bern. Ramazini, Professor of Physick at Padua: newly translated with a preface and an appendix by Dr. James

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Persons: Hoffmann, Friedrich [Author]; Ramazzini, Bernardino [Other]
Format: eBook
Publication:London : printed for Thomas Osborne in Gray's-Inn, and J. Hildyard at York, 1746
Notes:A translation of Hoffman's 'Dissertatio de morbis certes regionibus et populis propriis' and Ramazini's 'De morbis artificum.' - Pp.398-432 contain a "Supplement" to the 'Treatise on the diseases of tradesmen'
English Short Title Catalog, T103097
Reproduction of original from British Library
The pagination is irregular but the text appears complete
With an index following p.296 and two final advertisement leaves
Title of work:Dissertatio de morbis certes regionibus et populis propriis. <engl.>
Hoffmann, Friedrich, 1660-1742, Dissertatio de morbis certes regionibus et populis propriis. <engl.>
Physical description:Online-Ressource (xv,[1],296,[9],398-432,[4]p) ; 12°
Reproduction:Online-Ausg., Farmington Hills, Mich, Cengage Gale, 2009, Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Electronic reproduction; Available via the World Wide Web