Context

Context of Exanthematologia : or, An attempt to Give a Rational Account of Eruptive Fevers, especially of the Measles and Small Pox. In Two Parts. part I. Of the Blood, the Air, Venoms, Infection; Fevers of all Kinds in general, and of such inparticular as are Morbillous with Spots, or Variolous with Pustles; and in Specie, of most of the spurious Sorts mentioned in Books, and met with in Practice; with their Varieties, Descriptions, Names, &c. but more professedly and fully of the True Measles. To which is prefix'd, A Delineation and Comparison of the Old and New Philosophy. In a dialogue. By an unknown hand. Part II. Of the Small-Pox, its Nature, genius, and Production; of its Causes, Differences, Diagnostic and Prognostic Signs; also of Prevention, Management, Medicines, and Methods to be observed and used in the cure of the same; and its Symptoms, from its first Invasion, through all its periods and progress, to its conclusion: And lastly, of the Bleeding Pox. To which is added, An Appendix concerning inoculation. The whole Illustrated with many New, Curious, and useful Particulars
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