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Anthony Florian Madinger Willich

Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life. Together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the Use of Families; in order to banish the prevailing Abuses and Prejudices in Medicine. By A. F. M. Willich, M. D. Physician to the Saxon Embassy at the Court of Great Britain; Author of The Elements of Critical Philosophy, &c

London: Printed for T. N. Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row , 1799.
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Lectures on diet and regimen: being a systematic inquiry into the most rational means of preserving health and prolonging life. Together with physiological and chemical explanations, calculated chiefly for the Use of Families; in order to banish the prevailing Abuses and Prejudices in Medicine. By A. F. M. Willich, M. D. Physician to the Saxon Embassy at the Court of Great Britain; Author of The Elements of Critical Philosophy, &c Library Average
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Gabriel V. Ludlow5/23/18006/2/1800Willich's Lectures
Arthur Noble6/24/18007/7/1800Walaches Lectures
William Rhinelander7/9/18007/23/1800Williches Lectures
Gerard Depyster7/26/18008/18/1800Willichs Lectures
John Graham Jr.9/19/18009/24/1800Walicks Lectures
John Forbes11/3/180011/4/1800Willichs Lectures
Nicholas Evertson11/8/180012/1/18004dWillick Lectures
Nicholas Evertson12/1/180012/13/1800"
Abraham Brinckerhoff12/16/180012/31/1800Wilicks Lectures
William Proctor12/31/18001/3/1801Wilicks Lectures
John Ten Eyck2/26/18013/26/18012/Wolichs Lectures
isaac carrow3/27/18013/30/1801Willich's Lectures
Peter Kemble4/1/18014/23/1801Willicks Lectures
Moses L. Moses4/14/18015/13/18011/Willichs Lectures
Archibald Robertson5/23/18015/25/1801Willichs Lectures
John Wood6/1/18016/22/1801Willich's Lectures
Thomas Service6/23/18017/1/1801Willichs Lectures
Peter Anderson7/7/18017/16/1801Willich's Lectures
Benjamin Woolsey Rogers7/24/18018/12/1801Willich's Lectures
Thomas Cadle8/18/18018/22/1801Willcihs Lectures
Samuel B. Romaine8/25/18019/10/1801Willick's Lectures
Sands Pell9/17/180111/2/18014/2Willich Lectures
Charlotte White11/4/180111/19/1801Willicks Lectures
Charles Baldwin12/26/18011/27/1802Willich's Lectures
Charles Baldwin1/27/18021/27/1802"
Joseph Eden2/5/18022/10/1802Willich's Lectures
William Cutting2/20/18023/30/1802D 1/Welicks Lectures
James Forrest3/31/18024/28/18021/2Willichs Lectures
George Cock6/5/18026/26/1802Willich's Lectures
George Cock6/26/18027/19/18024d"
Gilbert Smith8/13/18029/3/1802Willichs Lectures
John De Ponthieu Wilkes9/4/18029/15/1802Willichs Lectures
George Warner10/18/180211/13/1802Willichs Lectures
Anthony Ackley12/17/180212/23/1802Willick's Letters
John Murray Jr.1/31/18032/7/1803Willichs Lectures
Arthur C. Beamont3/15/18033/21/1803Willicks Lectures
William Laight3/28/18034/6/1803Willichs Lectures
Edward William Laight7/6/18037/9/1803Willich's Lectures
Gulian Ludlow2/14/18042/28/1804Willichs Lectures
Walter Burling4/16/18044/24/1804Wilichs Lectures
John Parsons11/14/180411/29/1804Willichs Lecture
William Weyman3/27/18054/17/1805Willichs Lectures
Joshua Pell, Jr.7/16/18058/8/18054dWillich's Lectures
Joshua Pell, Jr.8/8/18058/16/1805"
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