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Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1980. Translated by Henry Copley Greene. With an Introduction by Lawrence J. Henderson. xix + 226pp., 8vo, full gilt-decorated purple leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Medicine Library, (1980). A fine copy. The separately printed editors' notes are present. Facsimile of the New York: Macmillan, 1927 edition.
Paris: Bailliere, 1865. 3-400pp (lacks the half title). 8vo, contemporary calf- backed marbled boards (edgeworn; joints and spine ends neatly repaired; several ex-library stamps but otherwise a very clean copy). Paris, London & Madrid: J.B. Bailliere et Fils, 1865. Second issue of the first edition. Scarce. The second issue of this historic work - with 3 cities listed on the title page, and "Martinet" on page 400. This is Bernard's most important theoretical contribution, in which he bridges the gap.....
Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893. 286pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled, small area of browning on four pages, last blank page lightly dampstained, small areas of chipping to margin of one page. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893. First Edition. Author's experiences as a teacher of ex-slaves in Beaufort, South Carolina from 1864 to 1865. She was an abolitionist from the North.
New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1867. 12 pages. Slim 8vo, original brown printed wrappers; chipped. New Haven: Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1867. Re-published from the Proceedings of the Connecticut Medical Society. Inscribed by the author on cover. A sketch of the renowned general practitioner & teacher at Yale, who was the founder of the New Haven Medical Society; "One of the first to employ chloroform." - Steiner.