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Philadelphia: American Journal of Medical Sciences, 1836. 5 pages (pp. 330-334) EXTRACTED FROM: The American Journal of Medical Sciences, no. 36. Slim 8vo, modern wrappers. (Philadelphia): American Journal of Medical Sciences, Aug. 1836. Very good. Operation by the Geneva College surgeon on an Auburn prisoner serving a life sentence for rape.
Washington: 1853. 582; 135; 33 pages. Thick 8vo, contemporary 1/2 brown morocco over marbled boards (rubbed, and with spine a bit creased). Washington, 1853. First edition. A very good(+) handsome copy of this uncommon book. "Athenaeum" is written on title page, possibly in Morton's hand. The front pastedown endpaper bears Athenaeum Library bookplates and is inscribed "Athenaeum Library, Rochester, N.Y. Respects of W. T. G. Morton, M.D. Boston, Mass." Likely signed for Morton by a secretary, but most certainly presented.....
London: 1791. 30 plates, 28 withe engraved anatomical illustrations. x + 388, 393-738 pages plus index  (printer's error has pages 389-392 omitted but text is complete and without interuption). Very thick folio, full contemporary leather; dry, worn with front hinge repaired. London: Printed for J. Jonston, 1791. Third edition. Revised and Corrected, with Considerable Additions by George Wallis, M.D. Clean and bright text in a worn but sound binding, overall a very good copy.
Philadelphia: 1828. 8 pages (pp. 100-108) IN: American Journal of the Medical Sciences, vol. 3, no. 5. 8vo, modern wrappers. Phila., 1828. "Mott...particularly distinguished himself in vascular surgery and in operations involving the bones and joints." GM 4452. The present work reports the first successful exsection of the entire clavicle for malignant disease.
4pp. In the American Journal of the Medical Sciences. 1830. Vol. VI, pp. 532-34. Volume offered entire. 8vo, contemporary calf-backed marbled boards. Philadelphia, 1830. G-M 2951. This report followed his 1829 article in the same journal on the successful treatment of aneurism of the arteria innominata by tying the carotid artery. Mott was the ablest exponent of vascular surgery in the United States.
Amsterdam: Ludovicum Malcomesium, 1721. Title vignette, 572 pages. Thick 8vo, contemporary speckled calf; gilt-decorated spine with raised bands, leather label; (edges a bit rubbed, otherwise near fine). Amstelodami: Ludovicum Malcomesium, 1721. Very good (+). By the Dutch anatomist and surgeon, also a noted teacher who contributed much in his field. The first edition of this work was 1686.
New York: Henry Schuman, 1946. Mounted color frontispiece portrait and other black and white plates throughout. 188 pages. Small 8vo, peach cloth, uncut & unopened; glassine wrapper. New York: Henry Schuman, 1946. A fine, unread copy. Publication No. 12 of the Yale Historical Medical Library. A thorough study of the personal characteristics of John Hunter, his relationships with his friends, his ambitions, vanities, loyalties, etc. With lives of William Hunter and Sir Everard Home, John Hunter's brother-in-law.