Clifton F (1732)

The state of physick, ancient and modern, briefly considered: with a plan for the improvement of it. London printed by W Bowyer, for John Nourse without Temple-Bar.
At the beginning of a century during which British use of quantified, tabulated data became widespread, Francis Clifford designed tables to record illnesses, treatments, and outcomes.

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