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Paris: Brosson & Chaude, 1819. 2 volumes. Illustrated at the end of the first volume with 4 folding engraved plates (2 of the plates have been divided, making the work appear to have six plates). , viii-xlviii, 456, ; xvi, 472pp. Bound in old calf-backed patterned boards; gilt and blind-tooled spines; marbled page edges. Paris: Brosson et Chaude, 1819. First edition. Near fine. Of the greatest rarity. This classic work, by "one of the greatest physicians of all times" announces.....
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970. Edited by Sanborn C. Brown. 5 volumes. 8vo, pale blue cloth, d.w. Cambridge: Belknap Press, Harvard University Press, 1970. First Edition. page edges are just a bit foxed, else fine. Volume I, The Nature of Heat. Volume II, Practical Applications of Heat. Volume III, Devices and Techniques. Volume IV, Light and Armament. Volume V, Public Institutions.