Leipzig: Vogel, 1908. 8pp. IN: "Archiv fur experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie." 1908, supplement vol. (Schmiedeberg Festschrift), pp. 8-15. Offered entire. 8vo, 1/2 cloth, marbled boards. Leipzig, 1908. Second of two papers on this subject, showing that there were two poisons in the fungus and that immunity against them could be acquired. G-M 2084.
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London: Callow, 1807. The first comprehending syphilis, yaws, sivvens, elephantiasis, and the anomala confounded with them. The second, the acute contagions, particularly the variolous & vaccine. Illustrated with 4 exquisite colored stipple engravings (foxed) & further commentaries on the doctrines of Mr. Hunter. 4to, rebound in green cloth. London, 1807. Second Edition. Very good. Proksch I, 259. The chief work of Adams (1756-1818), a respected practitioner and physician to the Small Pox Hospital. In this work Adams defends John Hunter...
London: Callow, Crown Court, 1807. Illustrated with 4 exquisite colored stipple engravings, & further commentaries on the doctrines of Mr. Hunter. 4to, 3/4 brown calf, marbled boards & endpapers, worn, ex-lib. London: Callow: Crown Court, 1807. Second Edition. Very good. Proksch I, 259. The chief work of Adams (1756-1818), a respected practitioner and physician to the Small Pox Hospital. In this work Adams defends John Hunter, of whom he was a great admirer, against various attacks by his detractors, as...
London: Callow, Crown Court, 1807. Illustrated with 4 exquisite colored stipple engravings, & further commentaries on the doctrines of Mr. Hunter. 4to, 3/4 brown calf (spine chipped and covers detached). London: Callow: Crown Court, 1807. Second Edition. A good only copy. Proksch I, 259. The chief work of Adams (1756-1818), a respected practitioner and physician to the Small Pox Hospital. In this work Adams defends John Hunter, of whom he was a great admirer, against various attacks by his detractors...
Marburg: Elwert'sche, 1862. Pharmacologische Monographie. Separat- Abdruck der Inaugural-Dissertation desselben Verfassers nebst Vorrede von Prof. Dr. C. Ph. Falck. 85 pages, very slim 8vo, marbled boards. Marburg: Elwert'sche, 1862. Scarce. Good. First Edition. Recommended by the renowned Falck, of Marburg, as "a fundamental monograph" on the chemistry, physiology, and therapeutics of caffeine. This work was Brill's Doctoral dissertation at Marburg. It can be conjectured that the inspiration for this work came from Falck (1816-1880), Professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at...
Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1904. xii, 776 pages. Thick 8vo, bound in simple red cloth with gilt-lettered spine. A work consisting of 38 reports published between 1899 and 1904, many of which were co-authored with Julius Morgenroth and Hans Sachs. Berlin: August Hirschwald, 1904. First edition. A near fine copy. Ehrlich would later share a Nobel prize for physiology and medicine with Elie Mechnikov in 1908 for his work on immunology. -- GM 2559; Heirs of Hippocrates 2158.
160pp. + ads. 12mo, orig. cloth, spotted, backstrip chipped at tail; ex-lib, hinges cracked, few pencil notations. Philadelphia, 1878. First American Edition. This work, along with his monograph on digitalis, is considered to be Fothergill's most significant contribution. In the preface the author writes that he aims at the presentation of a concise and comprehensive view on the subject of the antagonism of toxic agents.
London: John Sowerby, 1856. Illustrated with 28 hand colored plates, 59pp, 8vo, blind-stamped cloth, top and bottom of spine chipped. London: John Sowerby, 1856. First Edition. Good (+). Small library stamp on bottom of page 51.
Woodcut. 10 pages (pp. 886-890 & 918-922) IN: Berliner Klinische Wochenscrift, vol. 39, nos. 38 & 39. Large 4to, modern wrappers. Berlin, 1902. First Edition. Both numbers offered entire. While in Germany, Kyes published an important series of papers on venoms. He showed lecithin to be a complement of cobra haemolysin. GM 2111.
26 pages. Slim 8vo, original orange printed wrappers. Wiebaden, 1883.
Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1939. xxx + 727pp., tall thick 8vo, cloth; lightly rubbed at corners and edges, bookplate inside front cover. Springfield: Charles C. Thomas, 1939. Second edition. A very good (+) copy. "Collection of classical descriptions of disease by 179 different writers, from ancient times to the present. Foreign papers are translated into English." GM 2241.
Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1792. , v, 130  pages. 8vo, marbled boards. [Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1792]. First Edition. Austin 1247. Evans 24534. Dedicated to Benjamin Rush, expressing support of Rush's theories, and to Andrew Mease. This thesis was considered important enough to be republished in London in 1793, sponsored by Dr. Lettsom.
Paris: Librairie Commerciale, 1907. Illustrated with 24 nicely printed color plates, 3 folding and many black & white images throughout the text. 4 volumes, 730 + 713 + 764 + 434 pages, printed on woodpulp paper, evenly toned throughout. Short thick 4to, charming pictorial red cloth, spine lettering rubbed; rubricated titles and marbled page edges. Paris: Librairie Commerciale, 1907. Very good.
Washington: Smithsonian, 1860. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. Bound with: Mitchell and Reichert, Edward T. Researches upon the Venoms of Poisonous Serpents. Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. With 5 chromolithographic plates. Two works in 1 vol., large 4to, contemporary 1/2 cloth, marbled boards. (Washington, 1860 and 1886). Very good. First Editions. GM 2104; 2106. Mitchell (1829-1914) and Reichert showed snake venom to be protein in nature, and demonstrated the presence of toxic albumins. Mitchell was one of the first to investigate the...
Paris: Crochard, 1818. 238pp., 16mo, contemporary tree calf, ornately gilt spine; (lightly dampstained on first few pages). Paris: Crochard, 1818. First Edition. Very good. "Orfila, pioneer toxicologist, was the leading medico-legal expert of his time. He was born in Minorca, studied at Valencia, Barcelona and Paris, and was one of the founders of the Academie de Medicine. He was a popular teacher, and is particularly remembered for his writings on toxicology." GM p. 327.
Dissertatio inauguralis anatomico-physiologica. 2 folding plates. 12 pages with text in Latin. 4to. Berlin, 1823. Thesis on snake venom.
New York: Rockefeller Institute, 1928. 2 plates. 21 pages (pp. 247-268) FROM: The Journal of Experimental Medicine, Volume 48. Slim 8vo, modern wrappers. New York: Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, 1928. Very Good. "Shwartzman phenomenon", GM 2576.