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An account of some new experiments and observations on Joanna Stephen's medicine for the stone. With some hints for reducing it from an empirical to a rational use. With remarks on Dr. Hale's experiments on the same subject; and some additional experiments on the comparative efficacy of dulcified spirit of nitre, spirit of salt, and the juices and decoctions of onions, leeks and cellery, as lithontripticks. Presented to the Royal Society Jan. 14. 1741-2 ... To which is subjoined, An account of the effects of soap-lees taken internally, in the case of James Jurin, M. D. [by himself]