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MLA

Pitt, Robert. The Frauds and Villanies of the Common Practice of Physick: From the Excesses of the Apothecaries Ignorance of Diseases, of the Badness of Their Medicines, of Their Quantities, and the Great Prices of the Little Doses, Necessary to Support Their Numbers; And From the Deficiencies of the Industry and Knowledge of All Diseases and Medicines, and of the Diligence and Honesty of the Physicians Corrupted by Them, Demonstrated to Be Curable by the College-dispensary. By R. Pitt, M.d. Fellow of the College of Physicians and the Royal Society, and Physician of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. London: printed by John Matthews, and sold by Edward Brewster, at the Crane in St. Paul's Church-Yard, .170.

APA

Pitt, R. (.170). The frauds and villanies of the common practice of physick: From the Excesses of the Apothecaries Ignorance of Diseases, of the Badness of their Medicines, of their Quantities, and the great Prices of the little Doses, necessary to support their Numbers; And from the Deficiencies of the Industry and Knowledge of all Diseases and Medicines, and of the Diligence and Honesty of the Physicians corrupted by them, Demonstrated to be curable by the College-Dispensary. By R. Pitt, M.D. Fellow of the College of Physicians and the Royal Society, and Physician of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. London: printed by John Matthews, and sold by Edward Brewster, at the Crane in St. Paul's Church-Yard.

Chicago

Pitt, Robert, The Frauds and Villanies of the Common Practice of Physick: From the Excesses of the Apothecaries Ignorance of Diseases, of the Badness of Their Medicines, of Their Quantities, and the Great Prices of the Little Doses, Necessary to Support Their Numbers; And From the Deficiencies of the Industry and Knowledge of All Diseases and Medicines, and of the Diligence and Honesty of the Physicians Corrupted by Them, Demonstrated to Be Curable by the College-Dispensary. By R. Pitt, M.D. Fellow of the College of Physicians and the Royal Society, and Physician of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. London: printed by John Matthews, and sold by Edward Brewster, at the Crane in St. Paul's Church-Yard, .170.