hardcover. Large folding "Fever-Tree" copperplate. lxiv, 496pp. Square 4to, leather backed boards; worn, front hinge cracked. Francofurti et Lipsiae, 1756.
Bound with: Responsiones Jatro-Apologeticae ad Criticam Dissertationem Abusu Chinae.... "Important treatise on the pernicious malarial fevers, which brought about the employment of cinchona bark into Italian practice and introduced the term malaria." -- Garrison. GM 5231. Waring 343. Hirsch V, 704.