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Observations in favor of the bill for the enlargement of the church-yard.

Christs Church, Southwark. Parish.

Observations in favor of the bill for the enlargement of the church-yard.

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PREFACE. Vll our observations, and should medicine and science, whereby the question is a matter of life and death, where the whole existence,. to be, or not to be, lies at stake, be the only arts wherein enlight- enment and progress should be withheld from us? Enlargement of the heart, &c. - Origin of the cow pox.


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