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Opinions on the Causes and Effects of Diseases in the Teeth and Gums. With coloured plates; by C. Bew. 8vo. . 11. 1s.

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Observations on the Condition of the Middle and Lower Classes in the North of Ireland; by F. Rogan, M.D. 8vo. 6s.

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A Practical Enquiry into the Causes of the frequent Failure of the Operations of Depression and Extraction of the Cataract, &c. By the same Author. 165.

Observations on the Motives, Errors, and Tendency of M. Carnot's Principles of Defence, &c. By Sir Howard Douglas, Bart. K.S.C. C.B. F.R.S. 8vo. 8s.

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