A Bacon-Face no beauty, or, A reply to George Thomson, pretender to physick and…
A Bacon-Face no beauty, or, A reply to George Thomson, pretender to physick and chymistry. Whereunto is added, a defence of phlebotomy in general, and also particularly in the plague, small-pox, scurvey, and pleurisie. In opposition to the same author, and the author of Medela Medicinæ, Doctor Whitaker, and Doctor Sydenham. Also a relation concerning the strange symptomes happening upon the bite of an adder. And a reply, by way of preface to the calumnies of Eccebolius Glanvile. By Henry Stubbe physician at Warwick.
London : [s.n.], printed in the year 1671.
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