3 edition of The history of health, and the art of preserving it found in the catalog.
The history of health, and the art of preserving it
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7624, no.03).
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William Gordon. LEATHER WITH RAISED BA. MacKenzie, James. The History of Health and The Art of Preserving It (with occasional reference to golf and tennis). Edinburgh, UK: William Gordon, Second edition. 8vo.
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The History of Health, and the Art of Preserving It, or An Account of all that has been recommended by Physicians and Philosophers, towards the Preservation of Health, from the most remote Antiquity to this Time.
The history of health: and the art of preserving it: or, An account of all that has been recommended by physicians and philosophers, towards the preservation of health, from the most remote antiquity to this time: To which is subjoined, a succinct review of the principal rules relating to this subject.
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The Art of Preserving Health. John Armstrong graduated from the College of Edinburgh in with a medical degree, but his true calling was poetry. The Art of Preserving Health was his second blank-verse treatise on health topics.
It was reprinted many times in England and the United States until well into the nineteenth century. COVID is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation.
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