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Of the reconcileableness of specifick medicines to the corpuscular philosophy

Author Boyle, Robert
Title Of the reconcileableness of specifick medicines to the corpuscular philosophy
Imprint London : Printed for Sam. Smith
Date of Publication 1685
Language English
Notes Robert Boyle (1627-1691) was one of the leading scientific figures of the 17th-century. He was prolific author, publishing over 40 works in his lifetime. Boyle had wide-ranging interests in theology, natural history and medicine and carried out an extensive programme of experiments in various fields. This particular work is one of his later publications on medical science, which includes a dscourse on "The advantages of the use of simple medicines".
Shelfmark RB.s.2652
Reference Sources ESTC; DNB
Acquired on 28/02/07
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