New York: Bliss, 1829. Translated by S. D. Gross, M.D. 175pp., 8vo, full calf, quite rubbed, ex-lib. New York: Elam Bliss, 1829. Good. "A Classical description of typhus. The French literature sometimes refers to the condition as Hildenbrand's disease." GM 5375. Osler 2966.
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Paris: Just Rouvier, 1839. , 236pp. Thin 8vo, old cloth-backed marbled boards with leather spine label (ex-library copy with bookplate and one stamp at foot of title; large but faint dampstain on top third of pages). Paris: Librairie des Sciences Medicales de Just Rouvier, 1839. A good only solid copy of this scarce title. Prize winning work (Societe de Medicine a Toulouse) by the keen observer of fevers, especially thyphoid. Hirsch III, 615.
1936. Scarce signed medical journal titled "The Pathology of the Tropical Typhus (Rural Type) of the Federated Malay States," reprinted from"The Journal of Pathology and Bacteriology," Vol. XLII, No. 1., pp. 23-30, 1936, with photographic plates, inscribed to acclaimed American Pathologist, "Dr. William George MacCallum, with the author's compliments, R. Lewthwaite." Minor foxing along the top and right margins, but still in very good condition overall. British bacteriologist who made groundbreaking discoveries in the identity and treatment of hybrid Typhus...
Illus. 273pp. 4to, buckram. Harvard U.P., 1920. Typhus Fever in Serbia. Contributions also by G.C. Shattuck, Zinsser, Sellards & Hopkins.