'A Daily Pint of Claret': How Wine Was Used As Medicine In 18th Century Ireland
3. MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES, Other medical sciences
In August 1776, Lady Louisa Conolly informed her sister, the duchess of Leinster, that she had received a copy of the Scottish physician William Buchan's popular guide to home medicine, Domestic Medicine, or the Family Physician. Lady Louisa commended the book to the duchess, approvingly noting that it was 'very sensible’.
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