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Synopsis medicinae: or, A summary view of the whole practice of physick. Being the sentiments of the most celebrated authors in all ages, relating to diseases, their causes and cures. With most cases in surgery and midwifery. To which are added, some observations very rare and uncommon, and a curious treatise on all sorts of poisons. Vol. 2