The Practice of Medicine on Thomsonian Principles, Adapted As Well to the Use of Families As to That of the Practitioner. Containing Propositions Illustrative of the Philosophy of Thomsonism. A Brief History of the Symptoms, Peculiarities, and Genera. J. W COMFORT, M. D.

The Practice of Medicine on Thomsonian Principles, Adapted As Well to the Use of Families As to That of the Practitioner. Containing Propositions Illustrative of the Philosophy of Thomsonism. A Brief History of the Symptoms, Peculiarities, and Genera. Philadelphia: A. Comfort, 1843.

First Edition. Descriptive book about Thomsonian Medicine, one of the most important medical movements in the United States, based on Samuel Thomson’s belief that the common man could treat himself better with natural botanicals than a doctor could. Very Good with modest foxing, dust soiling to page ends, and wear and modest soiling to cover edges and spine.

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