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New York: St. Martin's, 2004. Illustrated in black and white throughout. 254 pages. 8vo, black boards, dust wrapper. New York: St. Martin's, (2004). A very good(+) copy, clean except for jottings on back free end paper, in a poor dust wrapper, water damage along bottom edge and back cover. A rare mix of compelling history and classic adventure story. Brimming with tales of ships, sailors, and baffling bureaucracy.
Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1934. With small b/w and color images throughout. 1047 pages. Thick 8vo, burgundy cloth. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1934. Second edition. A very good copy -- light rubbing along spine and edges, some spotting to fore-edge, previous owner name signed and ink-stamped on front pastedown and fly.
Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1952. Illustrated with b/w images and diagrams. 197 pages. 4to, black cloth. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, (1952). First edition. A very good(-) copy--light foxing to outer edges and several pages, light soiling and uneven sunning to front cover.
Washington: Duff Green, 1834. 131 pages. Slim 8vo, preserved an an older Gaylord Pamphlet Binding with patterned boards and gray cloth spine. Washington: Duff Green, 1834. Third edition, with alterations and additions. A good copy--with considerable foxing and some dog-eared pages;previous owner notes written in pen inside front cover.
New York: American Public Health Association, 1931. Frontispiece portrait, lightly illustrated in b/w. 184 pages. 4to, blue cloth with black leather spine label, chipped. New York: (American Public Health Association), 1931. A very good copy(-) ex-library copy--staining and sunning to spine, cloth edges lightly toned, library numbers in white marker at foot; previous owner names to front endpaper' library pocket on rear pastedown.
New York: Medcom Press, 1973. 238 pages. 4to, black boards, edgworn dust wrapper. New York: Medcom Press, (1973). A very good copy with some foxing on page edges and endpapers, in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Hippocrates Revisited examines medicine from every angle: humorous anecdotes and tragic recollections, emotional responses and calculated procedures. Posting vital questions, Roger Bulger brings together an extraordinary range of opinions in one cohesive book that is sure to have meaning for every student, clinician and.....