Philadelphia: James Webster, 1824. hardcover. With Notes, Critical and Explanatory by Nathaniel Potter. 468pp., 8vo, mottled calf; foxed, spine ends chipped, front cover detached. Philadelphia: James Webster, 1824. very good(-).
One of a number of treatises on various fevers, written by Armstrong, (1784-1829). "The present volume embraces a great variety of diseases; diseases peculiarly interesting and important from their frequent occurrence, fatal tendency..." (Preface by Leland). Armstrong's treatises on fevers, all founded on his own observations, became extremely popular in both England and America and went through numerous editions.