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An essay on indigestion :
or morbid sensibility of the stomach and bowels, as the proximate cause or characteristic condition of dyspepsy, nervous irritibility, mental despondency, hypochondriasis, and many other ailments of body and mind. To which are added, observations on the diseases and regimen of invalids, on their return from hot and unhealthy climates. Sixth edition, (improved.) /
by James Johnson.

APA Citation

Johnson, J. (1829). An essay on indigestion: or morbid sensibility of the stomach and bowels, as the proximate cause or characteristic condition of dyspepsy, nervous irritibility, mental despondency, hypochondriasis, and many other ailments of body and mind. To which are added, observations on the diseases and regimen of invalids, on their return from hot and unhealthy climates. Sixth edition, (improved.). London: Printed for Thomas and George Underwood.

MLA Citation

Johnson, James, 1777-1845. An Essay On Indigestion: Or Morbid Sensibility of the Stomach And Bowels, As the Proximate Cause Or Characteristic Condition of Dyspepsy, Nervous Irritibility, Mental Despondency, Hypochondriasis, And Many Other Ailments of Body And Mind. To Which Are Added, Observations On the Diseases And Regimen of Invalids, On Their Return From Hot And Unhealthy Climates. Sixth Edition, (improved.). London: Printed for Thomas and George Underwood, 1829.

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