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By "Waterhouse, Benjamin, 1754-1846"
The botanist. Being the botanical part of a course of lectures on natural history, delivered in the university at Cambridge, together with a discourse on the principle of vitality. By Benjamin Waterhouse.
By: Waterhouse, Benjamin,
Publication info: Boston,J. T. Buckingham,1811.
Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
Cautions to young persons concerning health : in a public lecture delivered at the close of the medical course in the chapel at Cambridge Nov. 20. 1804; containing the general doctrine of chronic diseases; shewing the evil tendency of the use of tobacco upon young persons; more especially the pernicious effects of smoking cigarrs ; with observations on the use of ardent and vinous spirits ... /
By: Waterhouse, Benjamin, - Harvard University.
Publication info: [Cambridge, Mass.] :Printed at the University Press by W. Hilliard,MDCCCV 
Contributed by: John Adams Library at the Boston Public Library (archive.org)