Paris: Mequignon, 1804. hardcover. Traduit de l'allemand.par Charles Chretien Henri Marc. 134pp., small 8vo, contemporary 1/4 calf, peach boards. Paris: Mequignon, 1804. First French Edition. Scare. Very good (+).
Translation of Uber die blinden Hamorrhoiden, (Erlangen, 1795), on non-haemorrhagic piles. The author, professor of medicine and then chemistry at the University of Erlangen, is best known for his book Anfangsgrunde der dynamischen Naturlehre (1807), "one of the most complete applications in the first decade of the nineteenth century of Kant's ideas on the dynamics of chemical and physical phenomena." DSB 6 395.