Observations on the disease called the plague, on the dysentery, the ophthalmy of Egypt, and on the means of prevention. With some remarks on the yellow fever of Cadiz, and the description and plan of an hospital for the reception of patients affected with epidemic and contagious diseases.
AuthorAssalini, Paolo, 1759-1840
PublisherNew York: Printed and sold by T. & J. Swords, printers to the Faculty of Physic of Columbia college
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Translated from the French by Adam Neale ... To which is added, a letter concerning the seasoning, or yellow fever of the West Indies by George Pinckard, M.D.