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: A Treatise On Consumption: Embracing An Inquiry Into The Influence Exerted Upon It By Journeys, Voyages And Change Of. First edition. Spine label present but leather dried and rubbed, foxed throughout, bookplate of Essex Institute Library and ink name (William Mack) on front endpapers.

Hard Cover. vii, pp. 8vo. A 19th century commentary on the common practice of those suffering from consumption (tuberculosis) and other ailments to vacation in Italy and along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.

A treatise on consumption; embracing an inquiry into the influence exerted upon it by journeys, voyages and change of climate, with directions for the consumptive visiting the south of Europe, and remarks upon its climate.

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