The talking deaf man: or, A method proposed, whereby he who is born deaf, may learn to speak. By the studious invention and industry of John Conrade Amman, an Helvetian of Shafhuis, Dr. of Physick. Imprinted at Amsterdam, by Henry Westein, 1692. And now done out of Latin into English, by D.F. M.D. 1693

Johann Conrad Amman London : printed for Tho. Howkins, in George-yard, Lumbard street, 1694

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