Medicina Rara. Many illustrations, a few movable. Tall 4to, 1/2 leather, slipcase. n.p.: Medicina Rara, n.d. ca., 1980. Limited Edition. Fine, "The illustrations in his (Bartisch's) book form a comprehensive pictorial record of Renaissance eye-surgery; some of the woodcuts show the parts of the eye in various layers as they are viewed in dissection by means of movable anatomical flaps." GM 5817. Facsimile of the 1583 edition.
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ix, 37 pages. 8vo, modern wrappers. Philadelphia, 1838. First Edition. A rare and valuable copy of this protest by the eminent naval surgeon. Packard (ii, p. 697) states that Barton was merely opposed to the "title, Surgeon General," but the pamphlet makes it clear that he was opposed to the office as well. The DAB states that Barton was apparently opposed to the creation of this new position because he was "jealous of the new office."
Atlanta: Plantation, 1872. 18 pages (pp. 321-339). 8vo, original pink printed wrappers. Atlanta: Plantation Publishing, 1872. A very good copy. Presentation copy signed by the author "Battey's ovariotomy operation for the treatment of non-ovarian conditions. This operation later acquired a greater significance in connection with more modern work on endocrinology." GM 6062. Unsigned presentation copy.