Book , Print in English
Continuation of the confidential communication : intended for the general benefit of the afflicted; and especially for the service of those of them who apply to the enemy of human diseases; being informed thereby of the cause that has compelled the new condition of their admittance, to which is prefixed various information, and also, the result of the experience acquired on one's frame, concerning the fatal consequences of being exposed to breathe the unsalubrious air of diseased human beings; and in general, the contagious danger of their common intercourse, and the baleful one of the distemper's destructive influence
- Providence, R.I. : Printed for the author, 1815.
- 159 pages ; 21 cm.
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- Continues the author's A confidential communication of the enemy of human diseases, pub. 1814 at Hartford.
- Sylvan is identified in S. Rider, Book notes, v. 26 no. 8 (Apr. 17, 1909) as C. Humbert, also known as the Rainwater Doctor.
- Also attributed to Octavius Plinth.