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Philadelphia: Medical Recorder, 1827. 70 pages (pp. 1-70) FROM: American Medical Recorder, 1827, vol. 11, no. 1. 8vo, modern wrappers. Philadelphia: Medical Recorder, 1827. First Edition. Whole number offered entire. Jameson was for twenty years surgeon to Baltimore Hospital. He performed some great and original operations. GM 5589.
Paris: Didot, 1772. xl. 474, (6)pp. 8vo, full, gilt decorated calf; lightly rubbed and worn (front hinge cracked, but sound; edgeworn; cornes bumped). Lyon: Perisse and Paris: Didot, Jnr., 1772. First Edition. Very good (+). First Edition of Janin's principal work containing an account of the first experiments with glasses of complementary colors before both eyes. (Hirsch). The author "noted the need for convex glass to enable one to see distant objects." (Chance). In the final section of this book.....
Birmingham: Classics of Surgery, 1986. 2 plates and 123 text illustrations. 323 pages; AND text illustrations, 329 pages, very thick 8vo, gilt-decorated green leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Surgery Library, (1986). A fine copy. Facsimile of the Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Son & Co., 1920 edition; and the Baltimore: The Williams & Wilkins Company, 1944 edition.
New York: Arno Press, 1974. On Camp and Military Hospitals; Principally Designed, for the Use of young Military and Naval Surgeons, in North-America. 115pp. 8vo, full tan polished calf, spine and top of covers faded from sun exposure, calf lightly rubbed. (New York: Arno Press, 1974). Very good Author was a professor of surgery at King's College, now Columbia University, in New York City. Facsimile of the Philadelphia, 1776 edition.
1941. 23 pages (pp. 466-489) IN: Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics. Volume 72, January - June, 1941. Whole volume offered complete. Tall very thick 8vo, blue cloth. 1941. "Kopetzky improved the technique of the fenestration operation. The above has a useful history of the development of this operation."- -GM 3411.
1941. 23 pages (pp. 466-489) IN: Surgery, Gynecology and Obstetrics. Volume 72, No. 2A, February 15, 1941. Whole number offered complete. Tall 8vo, modern wrappers. 1941. "Kopetzky improved the technique of the fenestration operation. The above has a useful history of the development of this operation."- -GM 3411.
New York: Rebman, 1915. Translated and edited by Albert Ehrenfried. 55 plates with 233 illustration and 61 figures in the text. xviii + 267ppp. and 373 illustrations. xxiv 268-715pp., tall, thick 8vo, cloth; rubbed, spine ends chipped, label on volume 1 damaged. New York: Rebman, (1915 & 1917). Very good. VOLUMES I and II ONLY.
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1987. Translated by Richard Willmott Hall. 2 volumes in one. Illustrated. thick 8vo, gilt-decorated full leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: Classics of Medicine Library, (1987). "Larrey was the greatest military surgeon in history...He was present at all Napoleon's great battles..." GM 2160. Facsimile of the Baltimore, 1814 edition which was a translation of volumes I-III of the French edition. Vols. IV and V in French were published separately.
Paris: Vallat-La-Chapelle, 1767. 2 (of 3 volumes). LACKING the second volume. xcv, , 264; xxxii, 320,  pages. 8vo, contemporary calf with ornate gilt-stamped spine; marbled endpapers and page edges. Illustrated throughout with finely executed engravings. Volume I has an allegorical frontispiece facing a portrait of Le Cat; 2 other plates and 4 fine chapter heading vignettes. Volume III has an allegorical frontispiece, and 13 fine folding plates at rear. Paris: Vallat-La-Chapelle, 1767/1768. First editions. A near fine copy, bright.....