Lobb, Theophilus, 1678-1763.
A treatise on the small pox : in two parts ... / by Theophilus Lobb ...
London : Printed for T. Woodward and C. Davis ... Printers to the Royal Society, 1741.
First published 1731, under title: A treatise of the small pox. Cf. ESTC T059541.
"Part I, containing a description both of the distinct and confluent kind, with directions for the management of variolous patients .... Likewise, an account of the incidental symptoms as to their causes, curative indications, and proper remedies .... Likewise, instructions for managing infants and children ... and some considerations shewing the probability of curing the small pox in the febrile state ... -- Part II, containing fifty histories, in which this disease and its various symptoms are exemplified. To which is added, practical aphorisms deduced from them."
With a first leaf of publisher's booklist and imprimatur by Boerhaave.
Errata: p. [20] at end.
Signatures: A? b-c? B-2F? 2G-2H? (A2v, A3v blank).
Includes "The names of the authors and books cited" (p. [13]-15), other bibliographical references, and index.
ESTC T149733.
Smallpox -- Early works to 1800.
Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science
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