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Regimen sanitatis, the rule of health; a Gaelic medical manuscript of the early sixteenth century or perhaps older from the Vade mecum of the famous Macbeaths, physicians to the Lords of the Isles and the Kings of Scotland for several centuries

By Gillies, Hugh Cameron

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Title: Regimen sanitatis, the rule of health; a Gaelic medical manuscript of the early sixteenth century or perhaps older from the Vade mecum of the famous Macbeaths, physicians to the Lords of the Isles and the Kings of Scotland for several centuries  
Author: Gillies, Hugh Cameron
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Language: English
Subject: Hygiene, Medicine
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1911
Publisher: Glasgow; Printed for the Author, by R. Maclehose & Co., Ltd.

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Cameron, G. H. (1911). Regimen sanitatis, the rule of health; a Gaelic medical manuscript of the early sixteenth century or perhaps older from the Vade mecum of the famous Macbeaths, physicians to the Lords of the Isles and the Kings of Scotland for several centuries. Retrieved from http://cn.ebooklibrary.org/


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Supplemental catalog subcollection information: American Libraries Collection; American University Library Collection

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Contributor: Southern Regional Library Facility; University of California Libraries. Digital scans produced from original paper book shelf at library. The digitalization of this book was sponsored by MSN Live Books. ; Additional Subject Descriptions: Hygiene

 
 



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