Trevoux: 1717. Numerous decorative initials and head/tailpieces throughout. 2 volumes in 3 parts, bound in one. [xii], 300; 118; , 90,  pages. The third part, by Dominique Anel, is illustrated with 3 full page engravings and has a subsidiary title page, without imprint but separate pagination. Thick 12mo, full contemporary calf, gilt spine; rubbed and slightly cracked. Trevoux: N.P., 1717. First Edition. Lower corner of title page on volume 1 has been neatly restored; still a very good copy of this rather scarce book.
48 pages. 8vo, cloth-backed stiff printed wrappers (spine soiled); ex-lib. Bristol, 1923. "Moynihan greatly advanced our knowledge of duodenal ulcer. He developed the concept of the so-called ulcer sequence, pain-food-ease, and established the surgical treatment of duodenal ulcer on a sound basis." G-M (3535, 1910 edn.).