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Middlebury: Samuel Swift, 1811. 256 pages. 12mo, full contemporary calf with red leather label; leather well worn at edges and spine, ex-library with book plate inside front cover, some notations in ink and pencil on flyleaf, pages foxed and toned. Middlebury: Samuel Swift, 1811. Second American edition. A very good(-) copy. Early American imprint.
London: Trubner, 1868. 16 black & white woodcut illustrations. 405+133pp., tall, thick 8vo, 3/4 brown polished calf, green leatherspine label, marbled boards (slightly rubbed). London: Early English Text Society by N. Trubner & Co., 1868. First Edition. Very good(+). Manners and Meals in Olden Time.
New York: Collins Bros. 1845. In three parts. Second Edition, Revised. Two volumes. Author's portrait frontispiece (Vol. I), 8vo, cont. cloth (some chipping to the sides & ends of the spines; ex-lib.) N.Y.: Collins Bros., 1845. Second Edition. The longest and most elaborated work by a commanding figure in the medical profession of Vermont for at least two decades of the nineteenth century. Dr. Gallup was a renowned physician, a founder of medical societies, and one of the most important.....
Two volumes. Frontis portrait volume I. 8vo, contemporary cloth; occasional and light foxing. Boston: Otis, Broader, 1839. The longest and most elaborated work by a commanding figure in the medical profession of Vermont for at least two decades of the nineteenth century. Dr. Gallup was a renowned physician, a founder of medical societies, and one of the most important figures associated with the founding of the school of Clinical Medicine at the University of Vermont.
Geneva & Paris: Chez tous les Libraires, 1780. Illustrated with a handsome engraved frontispiece by Martinet. , xxiv, 427 pages. Thick 8vo, contemporary mottled calf; ornate gilt-decorated spine with leather label; marbled page edges and endpapers. Geneve, et se trouve a Paris: Chez tous les Libraires qui vendent les Nouveautes, 1780. Nouvelle edition, revue, corrigee & augmentee. The spine is coated and has a slight sheen that the boards do not, but still a near fine copy, attractive and complete.....
Leipzig: Weicher, 1905. 8vo, original printed boards, worn and re-backed in plain cloth with hand printed spine label; inner hinges reinforced. Leipzig: Theodor Weicher, 1905. First edition. A good copy. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro, and with many ink and pencil notations throughout, presumably from Schapiro.
Stuttgart: Cotta, 1836. First part with 29 etched black & white plates in outline and the second part with 11 plates. Slim oblong 4to, black cloth, well-rubbed and spine chipped in several spots. Stuttgart and Augsburg, J.G. Cotta. (1836). Overall a very good copy of this scarce book -- several plates with spotting but mostly rather clean.
Berlin: Eigenbrodler, 1925. Illustrated with 24 full page etchings by Arthur Kampf. Each part has a colophon signed by Kampf. Thick folio, I, 181; II, 263 pp., bound as one volume, top edge gilt. 3/4 dark blue polished calf, spine richly gilt, purple and gold paper covered boards. Berlin: Eigenbrodler Verlag, 1925. A near fine copy in a slipcase. Number 234 of 500 copies, signed on both copies by the illustrator Arthur Kampf.
Leiden: Langerak, 1744. Editio tertia auctior. 2 vols. in one., 18 engraved folding plates, printer's device on title, title in red and black, 488pp. + 14pp index, small 8vo, full vellum. Leidae (Leiden), 1744. Very good (+). This work is an abbreviated version of his "Physices elementa mathematica" (Leiden 1721), which was the most influential introduction to Newton at least before 1750. First edition of this abbreviated version for student use was published in 1723. Gravesande was a professor of.....