The talking deaf man, or, a method proposed
whereby he who is born deaf may learn to speak /
by the studious invention and industry of John Conrade Amman, an Helvetian of Shafhuis, dr. of physick.
|Main Creator:||Amman, Johann Conrad, 1669-1724.|
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London : T. Howkins, 1694.
"Imprinted at Amsterdam, by Henry Westein, 1692. And now done out of Latin into English, by D.F., M.D., 1693."
Reproduction of the original in D.M.S. Watson Library of University College, London.
Translation of Surdus loquens.
Physical description: 93 p. ; 17 cm.
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