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.
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|Notes:||"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.