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This material gives advice on treatment of smallpox, the measles, and other infant diseases as well as on children's living such as meals and clothing. It contains woodcut illustrations.
Goodhart took a pathological perspective when presenting pediatric subjects.
Underwood’s text consisted of two volumes that were popular and fresh at the time.
Letters (ALS) to Thomas Cadell, Sr. (1742-1802), Thomas, Jr., and William Davies (d. 1820), publishers and booksellers, from James Makittrick Adair, regarding his essay on regimen; from John Aikin; from George Armstrong, regarding his Essay on the diseases most fatal to infants; from Alexander Peter Buchan, regarding a book on sea-bathing; from Thomas Cogan, regarding his Theological disquisitions; from Quintin Craufurd; from James Currie; from William Hey, regarding his Practical observations in surgery, and from Benjamin Rumford, regarding the second edition of his Seventh essay.