Ae[r]o-chalinos: or, A register for the air :
in five chapters. 1. Of fermentation. 2. Of chylification. 3. Of respiration. 4. Of sanguification. 5. That often changing the air,is a friend to health. Also a discovery of a new method of doing it, without removing from one place to another, by means of a domicil. or air-chamber, fitted to that purpose. For the better preservation of health, and cure of diseases, after a new method. By Nathaniel Henshaw, M.D. a member of the Royal Society at Gresham-Colledge.
|Main Author:||Henshaw, Nathaniel, d. 1673.|
Dublin : printed for Samuel Dancer, book-seller in Castle-street, 1664.
Physical description: , 98 p. ; small and 8vo.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), H1481
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|Dublin 1664 (2)||Manuscripts Reading Room||DIX|