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Richmond: T. Nicolson, 1804. 204 pages, plus , v,  page glossary, index & errata. 12mo, full contemporary leather (scuffed but solid; ownership signature date 1815 inside cover; dampstain in gutter on about half the pages). Richmond VA: T. Nicolson, . First edition. A good only copy of this scarce early American imprint book. OCLC lists only 3 copies, at University of Tennessee, Virginia Historical Society, and NYU Langone. -- Shaw & Shoemaker, 6555.
Tables. 6 pages (pp. 1557-1562) IN: Klinische Wochenschrift, vol. 12, no. 40, Oct. 7. Tall 4to, modern wrappers. Berlin, 1933. First Edition. Whole week offered entire. First use of oestrogenic hormone in ovariectomized women, with production of the typical cyclical endometrial changes. GM 1199, 6130.
Paris: Victor Masson, 1865. 104 (of 105) lithographed plates, lacks no. 33 but supplied in xerox. 15pp. of text. Large 8vo, cont. cloth-backed boards; (covers detached, label removed from title page). Paris: Victor Masson, 1865. Good. Atlas on all aspects of obstetrics, including surgery. Lenoir, a well-known Paris surgeon and teacher, died before the work was completed, and the last two parts were edited by the eminent surgeon See and by the gynecologist and obstetrician Tarnier. Hirsch III 740.
Paris: 1759. With 6 large folding engraved plates of instruments and procedures. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf. Paris, 1759. Seconde Edition Levret's account herein of radical ligature of polyps of the uterus along with his detailed account of the appropriate instruments provided the model after which this operation was carried out for many years. Gurlt describes Levret as the "most famous French obstetrician of the 18th century."
Birmingham: Classics of Medicine, 1979. Illustrated. 2 volumes. Short thick 4to, full gilt-stamped leather; marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Birmingham: Privately Printed for the Classics of Medicine Library, 1979. A fine copy. "The founder of the antiseptic principle, his work had a profound effect upon modern surgery and obstetrics... Because Lister never wrote any books, his Collected papers remain his lasting monument." GM 85. Facsimile of the 1909 edition.
Paris: Bechet, 1822. Illustrated with 80 magnificent stipple engraved plates (one double-page) by Forestier and Couche fils after Antoine Chazal (scattered foxing throughout, fairly heavy on several plates, but mostly quite clean; lacks the frontispiece portrait). x, [2 blank], 80,  pages. Folio, contemporary calf-backed marbled boards with red spine label (worn); marbled endpapers, uncut edges. Paris: Bechet, 1822-1827. First edition. Text in French. Originally issued in 20 parts with 4 plates in each part. This is Dr. Charles Meigs'...