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A treatise of vapours

John Purcell

A treatise of vapours

or, hysterick fits. Containing an analytical proof of its causes, ... together with its cure at large. By John Purcell, M.D.

by John Purcell

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Published by printed: and sold by H. Newman, and N. Cox in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 2023, no. 13.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8],158,[8]p.
Number of Pages158
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16804283M

The order of the treatise is a dissertation against the calumniators of medicine, whether sophists or the common people. It refers primarily to the arts in general, and then to medicine in particular, the certainty of which, as an art, it professes to demonstrate; this is followed by a variety of topics, appertaining to the physician, to the. And this is found in ancient philosophers, and Albertus Magnus in his book, Concerning the Causes of the Properties of the Elements (treatise 2, chapter 1) says that the conjunction of Mars and Jupiter causes a great pestilence in the air, especially when they come together in a hot, wet sign, as was the case in

  1. On the determination of the distance of a comet from the Earth; 2. On the theory of the moon, and on the perturbations of the planets; 3. Elementary treatise on the computation of eclipses and occultations; 4. Elementary treatise on the tides; 5. On the heat of vapours and on astronomical refractions; 6. On the discovery of the planet Neptune. Author: J. W. Lubbock. And this is found in ancient philosophers, and Albertus Magnus in his book, Concerning the causes of the properties of the elements (treatise 2, chapter 1) says that the conjunction of Mars and Jupiter causes a greatpestilence in the air, especially when they come together in a hot, wet sign, as was the case in [n. 3] For Jupiter, being.

  Alcohol vapours form explosive mixtures with air when the concentration of alcohol vapour is greater than per cent, but less than per cent by volume. The flash point of proof alcohol is 63 deg. F. (degC); bourbon or 90 proof alcohol is 78 deg. F. (degC) A liquid alcohol at above these temperatures is highly flammable.   He practised in London, and in published ‘A Treatise of Vapours or Hysteric Fits,’ of which a second edition appeared in The book is dedicated to ‘the Honourable Sir John Talbott, his near relation,’ and gives a detailed clinical account of many of the phenomena of hysteria, mixed up with pathology of the school of Thomas.


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