Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1859. 2 volumes, many text illustrations, 404 + 464pp., 12mo, 3/4 calf (rubbed), previous owners bookplates. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood & Sons, 1859-60. Very good. DNB XI, p.1046. "He himself wrote biological books, including `The physiology of Common Life' 1859-60...but it is as a popularizer of philosophy and as the man with whom George Eliot lived that he is remembered." Natural Science Books in English, p.194.
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Paris: Germer Bailliere, 1868. Illustrated with 144 in-text figures. 479pp. 8vo, contemporary 1/2 calf over marbled boards (spine ends chipped; joints cracked; foxing throughout). Paris: Germer Bailliere, 1868. First edition. Marey was a pioneer in the use of serial pictures as a method of studying the mechanics of locomotion. He did much to gain acceptance for the application of graphic methods to physiology. (GM-643). This is his second book.
Illus. 8pp. IN: Endocrinology, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 367-74. 8vo, buckram, ex-lib. Los Angeles, 1929. First Edition. Vol. offered entire. C.R. Moore, T.F. Gallagher, and F.C. Koch were the first to obtain a potent testicular extract containing the male sex hormone, androsterone, later obtained in crytalline form by Butenandt. They also gave a detailed account of the capon-comb test for the assay of the male hormone. GM 1191.
London: 1791. 30 plates, 28 withe engraved anatomical illustrations. x + 388, 393-738 pages plus index  (printer's error has pages 389-392 omitted but text is complete and without interuption). Very thick folio, full contemporary leather; dry, worn with front hinge repaired. London: Printed for J. Jonston, 1791. Third edition. Revised and Corrected, with Considerable Additions by George Wallis, M.D. Clean and bright text in a worn but sound binding, overall a very good copy.
Leyden: Petrum Vander Aa. 1690. Priori auctior & emendatior. Accodit Defensio Ductuum Aquosorum. Nec non Fons Salivalis Novus, Hactenus non descriptus. With extra-engraved title and 6 engraved folding plates, small 8vo, rebacked in calf. Leyden: Petrum Vander Aa., 1690.Very good (+). This work is devoted to his investigations on glands and ducts and gives the description of some of his discoveries on salivary ducts and glands, on orbitary glands of the dog, etc. Nuck (1650-1692), reader of anatomy and surgery.....
Oxford: University Press, 1927. Translated and edited by G.V. Anrep. 430 pages. Large 8vo, black cloth (spine evenly sunned and with light wear at top of spine; ownership signature). Oxford: University Press, 1927. First English edition. First published in St. Petersburg in 1897 this is the first full statement of Pavlov's world famous experiments to be published in English. Printing and the Mind of Man 385.
Woodcut initials and headpieces. 543pp. 8vo, cont. limp vellum, ties; several pp. of prelims brownstained. Madrid: Joachim Ibarra, 1762. By the notable Spanish doctor, philosopher and mathematician, this work is comprised of two parts, the first and larger physiology, the second pathology. Piquer (1711-1772) was physician-in-ordinary to the king, and protomedicus of Spain, after a career teaching anatomy and epidemiology in the University of Valencia and contributing to the reform of Spanish medical education. Biog. Med. 6, 421; Hirsch 4.....
Milan: Giovanni Pirotta. 3 vols., Frontispiece portrait in Vol I. 8vo, contemporary leather-backed marbled boards (slightly rubbed), decoratively gilt spines. Milan: Giovanni Pirotta, 1828. Very good (+). First Edition. First Edition of this thorough and systematic tratise on pathology, hygiene and general therapeutic techniques. Pozzi (1769- 1839) served as surgon in the French army, and in 1807 organized and directed a veterinary school in his native Milan. With the bookplate of Arno B. Luckhardt in each volume.
Stuttgart: Ferdinand Enke, 1877. Ein Vortrag gehalten in der ersten allgemeinen Sitzung der 49 Versammlung deutscher Naturforscher und Aerzte in Hamburg am 18. September 1876. 8vo, original yellow printed wrappers; unopened. Stuttgart, 1877. First Edition. Near Fine. Preyer (1841-1897) is best known for his lactic- acid theory of sleep and for his work in child psychology.
Illustrated with tables. 2 pages (1418-1419) IN: The British Medical Journal, volume 2, Nov. 5, 1910. Tall 4to, sewn. London, 1910. First edition. Whole week offered entire. Price-Jones described a method for the direct measurement of red blood cells, which has led to the term "Price-Jones curve." GM 901.
London: Medicina Rara. Illustrated with 15 plates, 106pp. Small folio, full blind-stamped purple leather (small stain on fore-edge, otherwise fine). Red board slipcase is a bit faded. (London); for the members of the Editions Medicina Rara, (no date, ca. 1978). Near fine. One of only 300 numbered copies, printed by the Curwen Press Ltd., on esparto paper. Facsimile of the original 1794 London edition. Blake p. 365.