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Quackery unmask’d: in three parts. Containing I. Reflexions on the sixth edition of Mr. Martin’s Treatise of the venereal disease, II. An examination of The charitable surgeon, the Generous Surgeon, Venus’s Tomb, and G. Warren’s new Method of curing this Disease. III. A brief enquiry into the ancient and present state of the practices of physick and Surgery; a full Account of Quacks; then (in a concise Method) is shewn the Cause, Nature, Signs, and dangerous Effects of this Disease, various Ways of receiving, Symptoms first discovering, and only Method of preventing its Infection; together with the best, most cheap, fafe, speedy, easy, and private Methods of Cure. The Complication of the Venereal Disease, with others, is here particularly treated of. How Mercury cures this Disease; how Persons injur’d by Mercury, may be reliev’d, is here discover’d. As also The Cause and Cure of Old Gleets in Men, and the Whites in Women. Authore J. Spinke, Med. Lond.
London: Printed and sold by the author at his House, the Golden-Ball, which, from Cheapside, is three Doors past the Sun Tavern in Hony-Lane Muker, in the Passage that goes in between the Coffee-House and Tallow-Chandlers, being a Thorow-Fare to Woodstreet, 1711.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Joseph Eden||12/4/1804||12/5/1804||Quackery Unmasked|