Health: The New Method; Self and Home Help in Certain Chronic Diseases

By: Forest, W. E

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Health: The New Method; Self and Home Help in Certain Chronic Diseases by Forest, W. E
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Melbourne: "Truth" and Health Publication Offices, 1892. Nice copy, in very good condition, particularly considering the book's age. Heavy brown cloth with gilt on cover and spine, with several tiny chips on spine. Some light foxing, spine is a little loose, but still holding well. Corners are mildly bumped. Further information and/or an E-mail photo available on request. 331pp, 0.57kg.. First Edition. Original Cloth. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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