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Paris: Caille et Ravier, 1820. Engraved frontis. plus two engraved plates. With a eulogy of the author by J. L. Alibert. xlviii + 422pp., 8vo, leather backed boards, marbled edges; foxing throughout, large tear in the margin of page 159/60 does not effect text, binding rubbed. Paris: Caille et Ravier, 1820. A very good copy. Two titles bound in one volume. Du Systeme Physique et Moral de la Femme and Fragment du Systeme Physique et Moral de L'Homme...
Kent: Kent State University Press, 1981. Middle English text, with introduction and modern English translation by Rowland. Frontispiece and a few other illustrations. xvii + 192pp. Slim 8vo, red cloth, d.w. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, (1981). First American edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
1755. Woodcut vignette header and decorative initial. 32 pages. Small square 8vo, stitched; dampstained and a bit foxed, last few pages separated. Halae ad Salam, 1755. A good copy of this scarce dissertation. Not in NUC. BMC 215/732. Dissertation on the human respiratory system and particularly on its physiological variations in a fetus.
Birmingham: Classics of Surgery, 1987. Both titles filled with text illustrations. 69pp. and viii + 436pp., 8vo, full gilt-decorated leather, a.e.g. Birmingham: The Classics of Surgery Library, 1987. A fine copy. The separately printed editor's notes are present A facsimile of the New York, 1858 and London, 1866 editions.
Albany: Benthutsen. Pp. 367- 71 with 3 illustrations. IN: Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of New York for 1861, offered entire. 8vo, original brown blind stamped pebbled cloth; top of spine chipped. Albany: Charles Van Benthuysen, 1861. Very good. Sims' method for amputating the cervix. GM 6049.
Paris: Dalaguette, 1754. Traduit par M. de Preville. Folding copperplate in first volume. 3 volumes, small 8vos, contemporary mottled calf with gilt spines (spines slightly worn, scattered foxing). Paris: Chez Delaguette, 1754, 1756. (Vol. III): Paris: P. Fr. Didot, 1765. Second Edition in French. A very good copy. Volumes II and III are titled: Observations sur les Accouchemens. "Smellie contributed more to the fundamentals of obstetrics than virtually any individual. In his Treatise he described more accurately than any previous.....