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The ensign of peace : shewing, how the health, both of body and mind, may be preserved, and even revived by the mild and attenuating power of a most valuable and cheap medicine. Its singular and most excellent property is to subdue the flesh to the will of the spirit; by which happy means, mankind may enjoy a state of temperance instead of intemperance, and a state of virtue instead of vice. The continued use of this medicine irradicates most diseases, and is seriously recommended to the people of this island
Author Friendly traveller
Date 1775
Format Book
Description 230 pages
Language English
Subject Medicine
Contributor Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine