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New York: Knopf, 1972. Endpapers printed with family tree. Full-bleed frontispiece portrait of George III. 30 black and white illustrations. 510 pages, thick 8vo, orange cloth (slight sunning to edges bump to spine end), dust wrapper (tears and curling edges). New York, 1972. A very good(-) copy in a good dust wrapper.
London: John Adamson, 1784. 36 volumes. 12mo, attractively bound in 3/4 tan calf, with green and tan leather spine labels, speckled boards. London: John Adamson, 1784. A lovely set in very good(+) condition. Anonymous. By Louis Petit de Bachaumont; continued by M.F. Pidansat de Mairobert and others. -- Barbier 3-253; Cioranescu (XVIII) 8979.
Lyons: Petri Bruyset, 1745. 3 plates, lacks portrait. 918 pages, rubricated title and edges, very thick 4to, full calf. Lugduni (Lyons): Petrio Bruyset, 1745. A lovely clean copy. A very good (+) copy. "Baglivi, Professor of Anatomy at Rome, had a short but brilliant career. He wrote Praxis Medica and De Fibra Motrice, and originated the so-called "solidar" pathology; he also devoted much time to experimental physiology...the first to distinguish between smooth and striped muscle." GM 68.