The Resource Medical and chemical essays : containing additional observations on scurvy, with cases and miscellaneous facts in reply to Dr. Beddoes, and others, who have supported the pneumato-chemical pathology of the author in his former work. Communications from New South Wales, on scurvy and other interesting subjects. The case of a blue boy belonging to His Majesty's ship London, who died at Haslar Hospital, with the appearences on dissection. Thoughts on the decomposition of water, and a method of preserving it pure and sweet in long voyages, with experiments, by Thomas Trotter

Medical and chemical essays : containing additional observations on scurvy, with cases and miscellaneous facts in reply to Dr. Beddoes, and others, who have supported the pneumato-chemical pathology of the author in his former work. Communications from New South Wales, on scurvy and other interesting subjects. The case of a blue boy belonging to His Majesty's ship London, who died at Haslar Hospital, with the appearences on dissection. Thoughts on the decomposition of water, and a method of preserving it pure and sweet in long voyages, with experiments, by Thomas Trotter

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Medical and chemical essays : containing additional observations on scurvy, with cases and miscellaneous facts in reply to Dr. Beddoes, and others, who have supported the pneumato-chemical pathology of the author in his former work. Communications from New South Wales, on scurvy and other interesting subjects. The case of a blue boy belonging to His Majesty's ship London, who died at Haslar Hospital, with the appearences on dissection. Thoughts on the decomposition of water, and a method of preserving it pure and sweet in long voyages, with experiments
Title
Medical and chemical essays
Title remainder
containing additional observations on scurvy, with cases and miscellaneous facts in reply to Dr. Beddoes, and others, who have supported the pneumato-chemical pathology of the author in his former work. Communications from New South Wales, on scurvy and other interesting subjects. The case of a blue boy belonging to His Majesty's ship London, who died at Haslar Hospital, with the appearences on dissection. Thoughts on the decomposition of water, and a method of preserving it pure and sweet in long voyages, with experiments
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by Thomas Trotter
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
PPC
Citation location within source
p. 35
Citation source
Phila. almshouse cat. (1824)
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1760-1832
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Trotter, Thomas
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Scurvy
  • Naval Medicine
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Medical and chemical essays : containing additional observations on scurvy, with cases and miscellaneous facts in reply to Dr. Beddoes, and others, who have supported the pneumato-chemical pathology of the author in his former work. Communications from New South Wales, on scurvy and other interesting subjects. The case of a blue boy belonging to His Majesty's ship London, who died at Haslar Hospital, with the appearences on dissection. Thoughts on the decomposition of water, and a method of preserving it pure and sweet in long voyages, with experiments, by Thomas Trotter
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Publication
Note
  • Beddoes' comments on the author's Observations on scurvy were included in his Observations on the nature and cure of calculus, sea scurvy, consumption, catarrh, and fever (London, 1793)
  • The communications from New South Wales (p. 64-105) are in the form of a letter from Edward Laing to the author, dated Dec. 11, 1792
  • Signatures: [A] p2 s, B-K p8 s, L p4 s, [3] leaves
Control code
000125614
Dimensions
22 cm. (8vo)
Edition
The second edition.
Extent
[1-5], 6-155 p., [4] leaves
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 125614
  • 125809
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Medical and chemical essays : containing additional observations on scurvy, with cases and miscellaneous facts in reply to Dr. Beddoes, and others, who have supported the pneumato-chemical pathology of the author in his former work. Communications from New South Wales, on scurvy and other interesting subjects. The case of a blue boy belonging to His Majesty's ship London, who died at Haslar Hospital, with the appearences on dissection. Thoughts on the decomposition of water, and a method of preserving it pure and sweet in long voyages, with experiments, by Thomas Trotter
Publication
Note
  • Beddoes' comments on the author's Observations on scurvy were included in his Observations on the nature and cure of calculus, sea scurvy, consumption, catarrh, and fever (London, 1793)
  • The communications from New South Wales (p. 64-105) are in the form of a letter from Edward Laing to the author, dated Dec. 11, 1792
  • Signatures: [A] p2 s, B-K p8 s, L p4 s, [3] leaves
Control code
000125614
Dimensions
22 cm. (8vo)
Edition
The second edition.
Extent
[1-5], 6-155 p., [4] leaves
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 125614
  • 125809

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