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London: Murray, 1871. 2 volumes. Illustrations within the text. viii, 423, , 16; viii, , 475, , 16 pages. Short 8vo, publisher's original green cloth (covers spotted & lightly worn at ends and tips; small ownership signatures at top of titles, else rather clean pages). London: John Murray, 1871. First printing of the first edition -- with "transmitted" as first word of page 297 in first volume and Errata on verso of title in 2nd volume; includes 16pp publishers advertisements.....
Berlin: Springer, 1956. Translated into German from the original Dutch by Helga Habicht. Illustrated with 47 in-text figures. vii, 594pp. Thick 8vo, blue- lettered pale cloth, d.w. Berlin: Springer Verlag, 1956. First edition in German. Neatly inked name inside front cover, otherwise a fine copy in a very good(+) slightly soiled dust wrapper.
10pp. FROM: Annales Chemiques et Physiques, vol. 37, pp. 191-201. 8vo, wrs. Paris, 1828. Dutrochet demonstrated that passage of fluid through a membrane from one side to the other, known since his important work as "endosmosis" or "exosmosis." The pressure due to this passage of water has naturally been called "osmotic." GM 670.
New York: Anthropological, 1932. Translated by Ulrich Van Der Horst. Frontis. Large 8vo, black pebbled cloth, small stain on rear cover. New York: Privately Printed by Anthropological Press, (1932). A very good (+) copy. Limited, numbered edition, privately printed, of the book Havelock Ellis called "The greatest work on the sexual instinct in French."