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The connexion of life with respiration ; or, An experimental inquiry into the effects of submersion, strangulation, and several kinds of noxious airs, on living animals: with an account of the nature of the disease they produce; its distinction from death itself; and the most effectual means of cure ...

Author/Creator:
Goodwyn, Edmund, 1756-1829.
Publication:
Philadelphia : printed by Charles Cist, 1805.
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xi, 61 p. : 2 plates. ; 22 cm.
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Discourse introductory to a course of lectures on teh science of nature ; with original music, composed for, and sung on, the occasion.
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Observations on wounds of the head.
Introduction to a course of lectures on natural history.
Account of the wheat moth of Virginia fly, as it appeared in France, in the year 1755; and which damaged the grain in the township of lower Dublin, in the harvest of 1802, 1803 and 1804,
Observations on the influence of the moon on climate, and the animal economy; with a proper method of treating diseases, when under the power of that luminary.
Subjects:
Hygeine.
Insects.
Wheat moth fly.
Notes:
Apparently reprinted from the London edition of 1788.
Inscribed on flyleaf: Presented by James Woodhouse, M. D. to the Medical Library of the Pennsylvania Hospital.
Contributor:
Williams, Jonathan, 1750-1815.
Priestly, Joseph, 1733-1804.
Peale, Charles Willson, 1741-1827.
Woodhouse, James, 1770-1809.
Dease, William, 1752?-1798.
OCLC:
14852367