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New York: Abrams, 1996. Essay by Jennifer Montagu. Edited by Michael E. Shapiro. 161 illustrations, 150 color plates. 320pp. 4to, gilt-stamped cloth, d.w. New York: Abrams, (1996). A fine copy. Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the High Museum of Art during the 1996 Olympic Arts Festival in Atlanta, GA.
8vo, ix, 320pp., marbled boards, rebacked. London: Thomas & Goerge Underwood, 1820. First Edition. Owner's name on title page. Near fine. From 1815, Burrows devoted himself entirely to the treatment of insanity and was the proprietor of a private asylum in Clapham. The above work was described as a "well reasoned statistical study." Burrows demonstrated that the reported increase in insanity was more apparent than real and ascribed this apparent increase to "the powerful interest the subject of mental derangement.....
New York: Knopf, 1946. Translated by V. Gianturco. Illustrated. 427 pages. 8vo, black cloth (ends a bit worn, ex-library with blacked out digits on spine, removed pocket at rear). New York: Knopf, 1946. First American Edition. A very good(-) copy. Psych-historical study of primitive and religious magic.
Boston: John Wilson, 1854. 8vo, Blind stamped brown cloth. Printed for private circulation. Boston: Jophn Wilson, 1854. First Edition. Fine. Leading physician for 36 years at Portsmouth, N.H. Includes orations on religion, etc. Immortality of the Mind; Speech in Behalf of Establishment of a State Lunatic Asylum; etc. Inscribed by Mrs. Cheever.