3 edition of The practice of the most successful physitian Paul Barbette ... found in the catalog.
The practice of the most successful physitian Paul Barbette ...
|Statement||faithfully rendered into English|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 81:11|
|Contributions||Dekkers, Frederick, 1644-1720|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 271,  p|
|Number of Pages||271|
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Get this from a library. The practice of the most successful physitian Paul Barbette : with the notes and observations of Frederick Deckers. [Paul Barbette; Frederick Dekkers]. Title(s): The practice of the most successful physitian Paul Barbette with the notes and observations of Frederick Deckers Faithfully rendered into English.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Printed by T. for Henry Brome, century The practice of the most successful physitian Paul Barbette. book must be reckoned Croxall's most successful publication.
It was one of the first books to influence the poet Robert Browning” (ODNB). Not in ESTC. £3,  2. BARBETTE, Paul. The Practice of The Most Successful Physitian Paul Barbette, Doctour of Physick. With The Notes and Observations of Frederick Deckers, Doctour of Physick. This is most evident in Paul Barbette's case histories, which consistently noted patients' concerns and how, following treatment, their anxieties were ‘presently removed’.
33 Similarly, many of Wiseman's patients came to him only after suspecting they suffered from the King's Evil. 34Cited by: Surgery The practice of the most successful physitian Paul Barbette.
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