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Blair, William. The Soldier's Friend: or, the Means of Preserving the Health of Military Men; Addressed to the Officers of the British Army: By William Blair, A. M. Surgeon of the Lock Hospital and Asylum, and of the Old Finsbury Dispensary.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25023, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25023. Accessed 2024-04-21.

Blair, William. The Soldier's Friend: or, the Means of Preserving the Health of Military Men; Addressed to the Officers of the British Army: By William Blair, A. M. Surgeon of the Lock Hospital and Asylum, and of the Old Finsbury Dispensary. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], John Murray and Samuel Highley, Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [Old Bond Street], 1798.

Blair , W. (1798). The soldier's friend: or, the means of preserving the health of military men; addressed to the officers of the british army: by william blair, a. m. surgeon of the lock hospital and asylum, and of the old finsbury dispensary. London: Thomas Norton Longman III. Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry] John Murray and Samuel Highley. Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [Old Bond Street]

Blair, William. The Soldier's Friend: or, the Means of Preserving the Health of Military Men; Addressed to the Officers of the British Army: By William Blair, A. M. Surgeon of the Lock Hospital and Asylum, and of the Old Finsbury Dispensary. London: Thomas Norton Longman III, Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], John Murray and Samuel Highley, Thomas Hookham and James Carpenter [Old Bond Street], 1798.

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