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Title: An argument, shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasioned by the great number both of quacks and empericks in law and physick, without an utter experpation of both: With proposals for a new constitution. Written after the manner of the argument against the marshal of the Kings-Bench, and warden of the Fleet. By way of letter to a member.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An argument, shewing that 'tis impossible for the nation to be rid of the grievances occasioned by the great number both of quacks and empericks in law and physick, without an utter experpation of both: With proposals for a new constitution. Written after the manner of the argument against the marshal of the Kings-Bench, and warden of the Fleet. By way of letter to a member.
Ponteus, John.

London: printed, and sold by C. D. in T., M DC XCIX. [1699]
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Politics and government
Great Britain -- Social conditions
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75545.0001.001

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TO SIR JOHN BASHFORD OF Brass-Hall, Barr.
AN ARGUMENT Shewing that 'tis Impossible for the Nation to be rid of the Grievances, occasioned by the great Numbers of Quacks and Empiricks, both in Law and Physick, without an utter exter∣pation of both.