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Author Henshaw, Nathaniel, -1673.
Title Aero-chalinos, or, A register for the air : in five chapters : for the better preservation of health, and cure of diseases, after a new method / by Nathaniel Henshaw ...
Related title Aero-chalinos.
Register for the air.
Publication Info London : Printed for Benj. Tooke ..., 1677.
Edition The second edition.



Descript [23], 166, [2] p.
Edition The second edition.
Note Advertisement: p. [1]-[2] at end.
Edited by Thomas Henshaw.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Contents (from t.p.) 1. Of fermentation. 2. Of chylification. 3. Of respiration. 4. Of sanguification. 5. That often changing the air, is a friend to health, also a discovery of a new method of doing it, without removing from one place to another, by means of a domicil, or air-chamber, fitted to that purpose.
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Author Henshaw, Nathaniel, -1673.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Aerotherapy.
Respiratory therapy.
Alt author Henshaw, Thomas, 1618-1700.
Related title Aero-chalinos.
Register for the air.
Descript [23], 166, [2] p.
Edition The second edition.
Note Advertisement: p. [1]-[2] at end.
Edited by Thomas Henshaw.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Contents (from t.p.) 1. Of fermentation. 2. Of chylification. 3. Of respiration. 4. Of sanguification. 5. That often changing the air, is a friend to health, also a discovery of a new method of doing it, without removing from one place to another, by means of a domicil, or air-chamber, fitted to that purpose.
Author Henshaw, Nathaniel, -1673.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Aerotherapy.
Respiratory therapy.
Alt author Henshaw, Thomas, 1618-1700.
Related title Aero-chalinos.
Register for the air.

Subject Aerotherapy.
Respiratory therapy.
Descript [23], 166, [2] p.
Note Advertisement: p. [1]-[2] at end.
Edited by Thomas Henshaw.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Contents (from t.p.) 1. Of fermentation. 2. Of chylification. 3. Of respiration. 4. Of sanguification. 5. That often changing the air, is a friend to health, also a discovery of a new method of doing it, without removing from one place to another, by means of a domicil, or air-chamber, fitted to that purpose.
Alt author Henshaw, Thomas, 1618-1700.

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