Philadelphia: Thomas Desilver, 1832. 188 pages. Slim 8vo, original drab printed boards with newer brown leather spine. Philadelphia: Thomas Desilver, 1832. Second edition, enlarged and improved. A few discrete library stamps and foxing throughout still a very good copy. A comprehensive treatment, and, according to Kelly and Burrage, among Bell's finest works. This book was believed to have contained "a fuller and more impartial digest of the medical practice of cholera ... from the first appearance of the diseases in.....
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Philadelphia: Thomas Desliver, 1832. 8vo, original pale blue boards with paper label on cover, newly re-backed in plain brown cloth. A very good(-) ex-library with a fe3w stamps and foxing throughout. Philadelphia: Thomas Desliver, 1832. First edition. First Edition. A comprehensive treatment, and, according to Kelly and Burrage, among Bell's finest works. This book was believed to have contained "a fuller and more impartial digest of the medical practice of cholera ... from the first appearance of the diseases in.....
London: Williams & Norgate, 1935. 409 pages, toned. 8vo, blue cloth, green printed dust wrapper (some rubbing and chipping at spine ends). London: Williams & Norgate, (1935). First Edition. Ownership signature, still a near fine in very good dust wrapper. "Masterpiece of clear thought about the spread of infectious diseases."
London: Trubner, 1859. Translated by B.G. Babington. 300pp, 8vo, blue cloth; (lacks front fly-leaf; pages toned and some foxing). London: Trubnor & Co, 1859. Third Edition, Completed with the author's treatise on Child-Pilgrimages. The Black Death, the Dancing Mania, and the Sweating Sickness, the 3 great epidemics of the Middle Ages. Babington's fine translation includes a valuable chronological survey, a 12pp. bibliography, and a complete reprinting of Caius's "Boke...(on) Sweatyng Sicknesse"--GM 5522, 1678, 6516.
With Notes, by Benjamin Rush. 260, pp. 8vo, contemporary calf; (front cover detached, browining, some annotations in ink, spine ends worn). Philadelphia: B. & T. Kite, 1811. First American Edition. "...includes good accounts of lead colic and infective hepatitis, and probably the first description of sprue." GM 1770. From the library of Dr. Saul Jarcho with his notations. Austin 910. S&S 23002. Sabin 31877.
Linz: Joseph Fink und Sohn, 1831. viii, 257,  pages. 8vo, contemporary black paper wrappers; well-worn and spine re-backed in cloth; uncut edges. Linz: Joseph Fink und Sohn, 1831. Foxing throughout, but still a very good copy with partially unopened pages. First Edition of this study of inflammation of the spinal cord. Hirsch III, 229.
Milan: R, Lier, 1923. Illustrated with 4 plates. iv, 75pp. Slim 4to, green boards, printed paper cover label. (Milan: R. Lier & C., 1923). Facsimile reprint of Jenner's 1789 classic done on the centenary of his death. Fine copy in the original unprinted paper onionskin wrapper which is somewhat chipped at the edges.
Facsimiles notes et liste bibliographique des incunables sur la Peste. 96pp., illustrated, folded 8vo, leaves in original printed boards; spines worn. Paris, 1925. Includes facsimile reproductions of La Regime de l'Epidemie et Remedie Contre icelle of Jean Jasme (Johannes Jacobi, 1476?), and the Remede tresutile contre Fievre Pestilencieuse by the same writer. This is one of the earliest pest-tracts ever written. GM 5140.
Total of 637pp., complete. Small folio, old limp vellum, lower spine end torn; puncture tear in all leaves, minimal loss of text. Venetiis: Apud Trivisanum Bertolottum, 1613. A compilation of clinical medical opinions and knowledge, based on the author's lectures delivered as professor of medicine at Padua. Included also is his 1579 work De Peste, remarkable for his adoption of Girolamo Fracastoro's germ theory of infection. Rare; NUC lists only 2 copies.
New York: Delta Omega Society, 1940. Frontispiece in b/w, illustrated with a handful of charts. 111 pages. Slim 8vo, brown cloth. (New York): Delta Omega Society, 1940. A very good(-) copy--edgeworn, library number at lower spine covered with black marker, previous owner names printed in pen on endpaper.
Paris: Audot, 1820. Illustrated at rear with 5 extraordinary color lithographs by C. de Lasteyrie, showing a man in progressive stages of yellow fever. Extra folding lithograph plate "A la Memoire d'Andre Mazet" is bound-in as a frontispiece.vi + vi, 144 pages. Short thin folio, blue morocco-backed marbled boards (edges are a bit of edgeworn; some foxing to text but plates are clean); marbled endpapers, t.e.g. Paris: Audot, 1820. First edition. Very good(+). A small paper bearing the inscription "A.....
Venice: Balleoniana, 1735. Rubricated title. Numerous woodcut head and tail pieces, but lacking the engraved folding plate. , 536, 75pp (pages 525-536 misbound after page 512). Folio, contemporary vellum (quite worn but still firmly sewn; scattered foxing and light dampstains in margins on some pages). Venetiis: Ex typographia Balleoniana, 1735. The great English physician's Observationes medicae circa morborum acutorum historiam et curationem, the classic work on clinical medicine (GM 2198), followed by 69 treatises, many on epidemics, nine by "the.....