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Excerpt from Remarks on the Means of Obviating the Fatal Effects of the Bite of a Mad Dog, or Other Rabid Animal: With Observation on the Method of Cure When Hydrophobia Occurs and the Opinon Relative to Worming of Dogs Refuted
HE has ventured throughout to deliver his fentiments freely, though with deference, and as freely can vaffed thofe of men much his fape riors in abilities, and confequence in the fcale of fcience. For this, he hopes, however, the public will acquit him, by allowing him a right to Offer his opinion, provided it be done with becoming modefiy.
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