Philadelphia: Printed by Way & Groff, 1799. 30pp. Dbd. Light foxing in outer leaves. Overall very good. Arthur May, a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, puts forth the theory that medicines cure disease not by specifically neutralizing pathogens, but rather by introducing "new actions" to the body that leave no room for the action of disease. This, he asserts, is what accounts for multiple cures of a single ailment, often illustrated by the surprising effects of emotions upon illness. "Dr. Rush, in his lectures, mentioned a case, in which riding a bear, cured a child of the hooping cough" - page 15. AUSTIN 1241. EVANS 35807. (Inventory #: WRCAM35552)
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