THE USE OF BRANDY AND SALT, AS A REMEDY FOR VARIOUS INTERNAL AS WELL AS EXTERNAL DISEASES, INFLAMMATION AND LOCAL INJURIES; CONTAINING AMPLE DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING AND APPLYING IT. EXPLAINED BY THE REV. SAMUEL FENTON, M.D., LIVERPOOL, AND WM. LEE, ESQ., OF LA PERTE IMBAULT, IN FRANCE. SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND CORRECTED. Samuel Fenton, Wm. Lee.

THE USE OF BRANDY AND SALT, AS A REMEDY FOR VARIOUS INTERNAL AS WELL AS EXTERNAL DISEASES, INFLAMMATION AND LOCAL INJURIES; CONTAINING AMPLE DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING AND APPLYING IT. EXPLAINED BY THE REV. SAMUEL FENTON, M.D., LIVERPOOL, AND WM. LEE, ESQ., OF LA PERTE IMBAULT, IN FRANCE. SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND CORRECTED.

New York: Carvill & Co., 108 Broadway, 1842. 42, [2 blanks] pp. Original printed dark blue wrappers [disbound]. Narrow extremity wear to wrappers. Else Very Good.

This, the second American printing, followed the New York 1841. Previously it had been published in Britain in 1840. Fenton's concoction is "a simple but powerful remedy... an antidote to many of the common ills of life. Readers are counseled to "use French brandy only." A plethora of diseases, listed in alphabetical order, are cured by the medication. An index is included.
AI 42-1771 [3]. Not in Sabin. OCLC records only a facsimile copy of this edition as of August 2018. Item #35315

Price: $350.00

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