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Single broadsheet, 420 x 260 mm, printed both sides. Dr William Batchelor, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1835; Member and Licentiate of the Apothecaries’ Company, 1835; and Doctor of Medicine of Erlangen. 12, Finsbury Place South, London. Advertisement with testimonials and cases for his Nervo-Arterial Essence and Nerve Lozenges, sold by all chemists. His theory that many cases of nervous affections the cause lay in the obstruction of nervous and sanguineous fluids. “It partakes of neither Homeopathy nor Allopathy. So saying, however, the author would not be thought to speak in disparagement of either. He has had too much experience of both not to know their respective benefits and advantages, though they do not contain the sum of all wisdom in the Therapeutic art.”
Title: A Few Words on Nervousness.
Publisher: The Author, c. 1861.:
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