Reference numberCLP/22ii/58
TitlePaper, Account of John Douglas' book 'Mortifications, and of the surprising effect of the bark in putting a stop to their progress etc' by James Douglas
Date18th century
DescriptionBook on 'Mortifications' is by John Douglas, and account or summary of it is by James Douglas (his brother). Discusses surgery and cures for gangrene. Book is dedicated to Ambrose Dickins and Claudius [Claude] Amyand.

Subject: Medicine
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related materialDOI: 10.1098/rstl.1731.0070
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5719Douglas; James (1675 - 1742); physician1675 - 1742
NA2825Douglas; John (- 1743); surgeon - 1743
NA5042Amyand; Claude (- 1740) - 1740
NA200Dickins; Ambrose (c 1687 - 1747)c 1687 - 1747
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