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Rowley, W.. Truth vindicated: or, the specific differences of mental diseases ascertained. Containing their numerous causes, the exact signs by which they may be distinguished, and questions proper for juries commissioned to examine these subjects; with facts extracted from the Parliamentary reports, and reasons for declaring the case of a great personage to have been only a feverish or symptomatic delirium. By William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 15074, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/15074. Accessed 2024-04-23.

@book{ wphp_15074
  author={Rowley,W.},
  year={1790},
  title={Truth vindicated: or, the specific differences of mental diseases ascertained. Containing their numerous causes, the exact signs by which they may be distinguished, and questions proper for juries commissioned to examine these subjects; with facts extracted from the Parliamentary reports, and reasons for declaring the case of a great personage to have been only a feverish or symptomatic delirium. By William Rowley, M. D. Member of the University of Oxford, the Royal College of Physicians in London, &c.},
  publisher={Francis Wingrave \& Elizabeth Newbery \& Thomas Hookham [New Bond Street]},
  address={London},    }

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