Physicians England Bath Avon : A discourse of Bathe, and the hot waters there : also some enquiries into the nature of the water of St. Vincent's rock, near Bristol, and that of Castle-Cary : to which is added a century of observations, more fully declaring the nature, property, and distinction of the Baths : with an account of the lives, and character, of the physicians of Bathe / by Tho. Gvidott ...; Guidott, Thomas,
Physicians England Bath Avon Early Works To 1800 : A century of observations: containing further discoveries of the nature of the hot waters at Bathe : with the contents, property, and distinction of each bath, in particular. BY T. G. M.B.; Guidott, Thomas,
Physicians England Discipline : The conclave of physicians : in two parts, detecting their intrigues, frauds, and plots, against their patients, and their destroying the faculty of physick : also a peculiar discourse of the Jesuits bark, the history thereof, with its true use and abuse : moreover an account of some eminent cases and new principles in physick, of greater use than any yet known / by Gideon Harvey ...; Harvey, Gideon,
Physicians England Oxford : Dr. Merrett aged 81. and upwards, dr. in physick, of Oxford 53. years, practitioner in London from the year 1638. : Fellow of both royal societies, keeper of Dr. Harvey's musæum in the College of Physicians, censor eleven years, which never but one ever was, &c. makes to his parish of St. Andrews Holbourn this proposition following, viz. : That he will give without demand of any reward, to 150 persons, medicines of his own making ...; Merret, Christopher,
Physicians Fees Early Works To 1800 : [Advertisement from Parnassus. Apollo on the first of June 1710, at the desire of the Royal College of Physicians at Edinburgh, summon'd Dr. D. Mitchell, one of their present Censors. to answer to this complaint, given in to Apollo. That ... D. Mitchell ... had ... taken upon himself to publish ... an advertisement, "That he will give any person a serious advice for half-a-crown," etc.].