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[ 1 ] ** ** * Sea-sickness : its cause, nature, symptoms, and treatment, derived from experience and strict observation / by Ml. Nelken. Nelken, Ml. (Michel), 1811?-1861. 1856
[ 2 ] ** ** * Learning from experience. Bion, Wilfred R. (Wilfred Ruprecht), 1897-1979. 1962
[ 3 ] ** ** * Observations on the present state, of the late Dr. Ward's medicines : to which is added an account (from experience) of their real virtues and efficacy / addressed to the public by J. White, chymist. White, J., chemist. 1775
[ 4 ] ** ** * Experiments and observations upon the Hartfell Spaw : and an account of its medicinal virtues, so far as they have hitherto been discovered from experience / by William Horsburgh M.D. Horsburgh, William. 1754
[ 5 ] ** ** * Essay on inoculation for the small pox : wherein the nature of the disease is explained, the various methods of preparation that have been practiced in America are critically examined, and that which the author has found, from experience, to be most succe Ruston, Thomas, approximately 1739-1804. 1768
[ 6 ] ** ** * Practice of salivating vindicated : in answer to Dr. Willoughby's translation of Mons. Chicoyneau's pamphlet against mercurial salivations ; in which the antivenereal vertue of mercury is prov'd to depend on salival evacuations, &c ; with the true method Cam, Joseph, -1743. 1724
[ 7 ] ** ** * Thoughts arising from experience, concerning the present peculiar method of treating persons inoculated for the small-pox, relating to the preparation of the patients, the manner of the operation, the genuine nature of the disease ... the use of cold air, Bromfield, William, 1712-1792. 1767
[ 8 ] ** ** * Thoughts arising from experience, concerning the present peculiar method of treating persons inoculated for the small-pox ... / by W. Bromfeild [sic] ... Bromfield, William, 1712-1792. 1767
[ 9 ] ** ** * Essay on the effects of opium. Considered as a poison. With the most rational method of cure, deduced from experience ... Awsiter, John. 1763
[ 10 ] ** ** * Occult physick; or, The three principles in nature anatomized by a philosophical opperation, taken from experience, in three books. The first of beasts, trees, herbs ... The second book containeth most excellent and rare medicines for all diseases ... The Williams, William, astrologer. 1660

 
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