A physical treatise, grounded, not upon tradition, nor phancy, but experience, consisting of three parts…
A physical treatise, grounded, not upon tradition, nor phancy, but experience, consisting of three parts. The first, a manuduction, discovering the true foundation of the art of medicine. Second, an explanation of the general natures of diseases. Third, a proof of the former positions by practice. By William Russell, chymist in ordinary to His Majesty.
London : printed for John Williams at the Crown in St. Paul’s Church-yard, M DC LXXXIV.