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Woodcut initials and headpieces. 543pp. 8vo, cont. limp vellum, ties; several pp. of prelims brownstained. Madrid: Joachim Ibarra, 1762. By the notable Spanish doctor, philosopher and mathematician, this work is comprised of two parts, the first and larger physiology, the second pathology. Piquer (1711-1772) was physician-in-ordinary to the king, and protomedicus of Spain, after a career teaching anatomy and epidemiology in the University of Valencia and contributing to the reform of Spanish medical education. Biog. Med. 6, 421; Hirsch 4, 613.
Boston: Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society, 1891. Photo Illus. xv, 507pp. 8vo, contemporary 3/4 brown morocco, morocco rubbed. Boston: Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society, (1891). First Edition. Very good Truman Post was born in Vermont and graduated from Middlebury College. In 1833, he moved to Jacksonville, Illinois and became a professor of Classics at Illinois College. In 1847, Post moved to St. Louis and became pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, which he headed until 1882. In 1851, his church voted to become Congregational.
Hanover: Dartmouth College Publications, 1932. Small 4to, blue cloth, publisher's slipcase. Hanover: Dartmouth College Publications, 1932. First Edition. A fine set in a worn slipcase. From the library of Marcus A. McCorison with his bookplate in each volume. He inscribed the back endpaper of volume one, "Began work at Dartmouth College Library as Chief, Rare Books Department, 1 September 1955. MAMc. Resigned 31 August 1959." On the back endpaper, McCorison pasted two different examples of Datmouth College Library bookplates.
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1927. 24 plates by W. G. Blackall. 4to, decorated blue cloth, bottom of spine and edges of corners lightly worn, corners of cloth bumped, many pages lightly creased in upper right corner margins, a few pencil marks in the margins of the list of illustrations. London: A & C. Black, 1927.
Paris: Octave doin, 1906. Clinique Therapeutique de la Faculte de Medecine. Hopital Beaujoh. Extrait du Bulletin General de Therapeutique, No. 9, du 8 Mars, 1906. 32pp., 26pp. blank. Bound with original title wrapper. 8vo, burgundy cloth, with impressed library stamp. Paris: Octave Doin, 1906. Very good (+).