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A manual of medical jurisprudence
Alfred Swaine Taylor
|Statement||ed. with additional notes and references by J.J. Reese.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 933 p.|
|Number of Pages||933|
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Publication date Topics Jurisprudence Publisher Philadelphia: Henry C. Lea CollectionPages: A manual of medical jurisprudence Rev. and ed. by Thomas Stevenson 11th American ed. with citations and additions from the 12th English ed.
By Clark Bell. by Alfred Swaine Taylor. Published by Lea Brothers & Co. in Philadelphia, Pa. Written in EnglishPages: A Text-book of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology.
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