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Camphor, an oil not nearly fo volatile as commonly fuppofed, according to the information of M. Kunfemuller, 104 Cancers, a treatife on, with an account of a new and fuccefsful method of operating, particularly in cancers of the breafts or teftis, by Hen. Fearon, third edition, 8vo. 230 Cantabrigienfes Graduati; five Catalogus, &c. an alphabetical lift of the names of thofe on whom the univerity of Cambridge has bestowed
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