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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.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1948. Nearly 500 illustrations. xiv + 743 pages. Short thick 4to, red cloth, d.w. (attractive bookplate inside front cover, dust wrapper quite worn and torn but largely intact). New York: Oxford University Press, 1948. First edition. A very good(+) copy in a good dust wrapper. A history of technology, including material on the assembly line.
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.....
Melbourne: Heinemann, 1956. 3 volumes. 8vo, red cloth, d.w.; spine and portion of front and rear covers of volume 3 dampstained, dust wrappers lightly worn. Melbourne: William Heinemann, (1956). Volume 3 is New York: Macmillan, (1961). A very good set. Volume One: On the Diversity of Morals; Volume Two: Reason and Unreason in Society; Volume Three: Evolution and Progress.