Two volumes. Frontis portrait volume I. 8vo, contemporary cloth; occasional and light foxing. Boston: Otis, Broader, 1839.
The longest and most elaborated work by a commanding figure in the medical profession of Vermont for at least two decades of the nineteenth century. Dr. Gallup was a renowned physician, a founder of medical societies, and one of the most important figures associated with the founding of the school of Clinical Medicine at the University of Vermont.