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MLA

Fisher, Joseph. The Practice of Medicine Made Easy: Being a Short, but Comprehensive Treatise, Necessary for Every Family. In Which Are Exhibited the Symptoms of Almost Every Disease to Which Men Are Subject, the Method of Distinguishing Any Disease From Others Which it Resembles, Where Such Distinction Is Necessary, Together with the Most Approved Methods of Cure, As to the Regimen of the Patient and the Proper Medicines to Be Used, So Far As the Lectures of the Learned Professors In the Two Celebrated Universities of Edinburgh and Leyden, Or the Books Hitherto Published by the Most Eminent Physicians In Europe, Or the Author's Own Judgment and Experience Have Discovered to Be Most Safe and Beneficial, Expressed In Such a Plain Language, That it May Be Easily Understood by Persons of Very Moderate Capacities. By J. Fisher, M.d. Graduate of the University of Leyden, Honorary Fellow of the Physical Society In Edinburgh, and Author of the Review of Dr. Priestley's Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity, &c. London: Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, 1785.

APA

Fisher, J. (1785). The practice of medicine made easy: Being a short, but comprehensive treatise, necessary for every family. In which are exhibited the symptoms of almost every disease to which men are subject, the method of distinguishing any disease from others which it resembles, where such distinction is necessary, together with the most approved methods of cure, as to the regimen of the patient and the proper medicines to be used, so far as the lectures of the learned professors in the two celebrated Universities of Edinburgh and Leyden, or the books hitherto published by the most eminent physicians in Europe, or the author's own judgment and experience have discovered to be most safe and beneficial, expressed in such a plain language, that it may be easily understood by persons of very moderate capacities. By J. Fisher, M.D. graduate of the University of Leyden, Honorary Fellow of the physical society in Edinburgh, and author of the review of Dr. Priestley's doctrine of philosophical necessity, &c. London: Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland.

Chicago

Fisher, Joseph, The Practice of Medicine Made Easy: Being a Short, but Comprehensive Treatise, Necessary for Every Family. In Which Are Exhibited the Symptoms of Almost Every Disease to Which Men Are Subject, the Method of Distinguishing Any Disease From Others Which it Resembles, Where Such Distinction Is Necessary, Together with the Most Approved Methods of Cure, As to the Regimen of the Patient and the Proper Medicines to Be Used, So Far As the Lectures of the Learned Professors In the Two Celebrated Universities of Edinburgh and Leyden, Or the Books Hitherto Published by the Most Eminent Physicians In Europe, Or the Author's Own Judgment and Experience Have Discovered to Be Most Safe and Beneficial, Expressed In Such a Plain Language, That it May Be Easily Understood by Persons of Very Moderate Capacities. By J. Fisher, M.D. Graduate of the University of Leyden, Honorary Fellow of the Physical Society In Edinburgh, and Author of the Review of Dr. Priestley's Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity, &c. London: Printed for the author, and sold by all the booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, 1785.