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Some observations made upon the Mexico seeds imported from the Indies
|Statement||written by a countrey physitian to Dr. Burwell, president of the Colledge of Physitians in London|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1191:9|
|Contributions||Burwell, Thomas, 1626-1702, Pechey, John, 1655-1716|
|The Physical Object|
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Some observations made upon the Mexico seeds imported from the Indies: shewing their wonderful virtue against worms in the bodies of men, women and children Author: John Peachi ; Thomas Burwell ; John Pechey.
Some observations made upon the Mexico seeds imported from the Indies shewing their wonderful virtue against worms in the bodies of men, women and children / written by a countrey physitian Some observations made upon the Mexico seeds imported from the Indies book Dr.
Burwell, president of the Colledge of Physitians in London. By fl. John Peachi, Thomas Burwell and Some observations made upon the Mexico seeds imported from the Indies shewing their wonderful virtue against worms in the bodies of men, women and children / written by a countrey physitian to Dr.
Burwell, president of the Colledge of Physitians in London. Some observations made upon the Brasillian root, called ipepocoanha, imported from the Indies shewing its wonderful virtue against vomiting and looseness / written by a physitian in the countrey to the president of the Colledge of Physitians.
The memorial was laid before the great Council; and the result was, that the Chancellor, upon coming out of Some observations made upon the Mexico seeds imported from the Indies book, said to Las Casas, that he must give an answer to this document. The difficulty then arose of getting the memorial, for the Council of the Indies made.
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Each egg is a small, yellowish, smooth, and ovoid object. It may often be found by watching the butterflies as they fly low in search of umbelliferous plants, and seeing one stop for a minute or so while she lays the egg. Entry Book: November Pages Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 1, Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, and in lieu of said bills and debentures so to be taken in and made paid upon his account, Prefixing:—A note of a paper of observations made by G.
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Other Profits.—Summary of the whole.—Imports from the West Indies to Great Britain and Ireland, and their Value according to the London Prices—Amount of British Capital vested in. You will herewith receive for your information some observations we have made upon several Virginia Laws, and as to the Act to prevent the malicious burning or destroying the publick storehouses of tobacco agents, past inwe must take notice that the Act upon which this is grounded having been repeal'd by H.M.
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