Identities Ascertained, or an Illustration of Mr. Wares Opinion Respecting the Sameness of Infection in Venereal Gonorrhoea and the Ophthalmia of Egypt: With an Examination of Affinity Between Antient Leprosy and Lues James Ware

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Identities Ascertained, or an Illustration of Mr. Wares Opinion Respecting the Sameness of Infection in Venereal Gonorrhoea and the Ophthalmia of Egypt: With an Examination of Affinity Between Antient Leprosy and Lues  by  James Ware

Identities Ascertained, or an Illustration of Mr. Wares Opinion Respecting the Sameness of Infection in Venereal Gonorrhoea and the Ophthalmia of Egypt: With an Examination of Affinity Between Antient Leprosy and Lues by James Ware
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Wares Opinion Respecting the Sameness of Infection in Venereal Gonorrhoea and the Ophthalmia of Egypt: With an Examination of Affinity Between Antient Leprosy and LuesThe subjects that are discussed in the following tract must be acknowledged to be interesting to every individual.

Egyptian Ophthalmia was a disease, from the terrors of which no person could feel secure. If the principles that are maintained be correct, it is a disease, from which few, above the common class of society, can have any thing to apprehend.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

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