Paris: D'Houry, 1773. 168pp. Slim 16mo, modern gray boards. Paris: D'Houry, 1773. First French Edition. Very good (+). "This book excited great attention and ran through 8 editions in one year. Cadogan's advice on moderate exercise and moderation in drinking as a cure for gout caused much criticism." GM 4489.
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London: Elmsly, 1774. One table. 231 pages, 12mo, calf; text toned, spine damaged, front cover through page two detached. London: Printed for P. Elmsly, 1774. A good copy. English translation of this work by the French surgeon, Goulard, who invented "Goulard's extract" and "Goulard's cerate" for the treatment of inflammations, contusions, burns, gout, rheumatism, cancer, etc. Waller 5653.
New York: Paul Hoeber, 1925. Edited with Introduction by Ruhrah. Portrait. 114pp. Thin 8vo, black cloth. New York: Paul Hoeber, 1925. Small stamp "for review" on endpaper and ghost of blue pencil initial on title, otherwise a very good clean copy. The great pediatrician's fine editions of the famous 18th Century classic, which went through eight editions in its first year, 1771. -GM 4489.
Philadelphia: Edward Earle, 1819. 335 pages., overall toning, 8vo, original calf; well-worn and with repairs to spine. Philadelphia, 1819. First American, from the Second London edition. Good. Austin 1714. Work by which Scudamore is best known, based upon his observations of about 100 cases of gout and containing one of the first contributions to the study of the distribution of gouty changes. He believed that gouty persons were subject to the gravel, and he is the first English author who.....