2 edition of Thomas Baynton, 1761-1820 found in the catalog.
Thomas Baynton, 1761-1820
J. A. Nixon
Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Royal Society, Vol. 8, 1915, p. 95-102.
|Statement||by J.A. Nixon.|
|Series||Royal Society of Medicine -- 1915, Vol. 8 (Section of the History of Medicine), p. 95-102|
|Contributions||Baynton, Thomas, 1761-1820.|
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Baynton (surname) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Baynton is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include: Thomas Baynton (–), English medical writer and surgeon; This page lists people with the surname Baynton.
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From the Annals of medicine for the year [W Simmons]. Author(s): Baynton,Thomas, Title(s): Descriptive account of a new method of treating old ulcers of the legs/ by Thomas Baynton Country of Publication: England Publisher: Bristol: Printed by N.
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