A dialogue between alkali and acid: containing divers philosophical and medicinal considerations wherein a late…
A dialogue between alkali and acid: containing divers philosophical and medicinal considerations wherein a late pretended new hypothesis, asserting alkali the cause, and acid the cure of all diseases; is proved groundless and dangerous. Being a specimen of the immodest self-applause, shameful contempt, and abuse of all physicians, gross mistakes and great ignorance of the pretender John Colbatch. By T.E., Chirurgo-Medicus.
London : printed for R. Cumberland, at the Angel in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, and Tho. Speed, at the Three Crowns, near the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill, 1698. And sold by most of the booksellers of London and Westminster,