Leipzig: Vogel, 1908. 8pp. IN: "Archiv fur experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie." 1908, supplement vol. (Schmiedeberg Festschrift), pp. 8-15. Offered entire. 8vo, 1/2 cloth, marbled boards. Leipzig, 1908. Second of two papers on this subject, showing that there were two poisons in the fungus and that immunity against them could be acquired. G-M 2084.
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Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke, 1823. 3 parts in 1 volume, separate titles & paging. Heavily foxed. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, leather label; worn, front cover detached. Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke & Sons, 1823. First American edition from the Second London edition First Amer. Edn., with illustrations on the efficacy of Balsam of Copaiva and Sulphureous waters, when treating inflammations of the mucous membranes.
Philadelphia: 1826. 3 parts in 1 volume, separate titles & paging. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, leather label; foxed, covers worn, front cover detached. Philadelphia, 1826. Second American from the Second London edition. illustrations on the efficacy of Balsam of Copaiva and Sulphureous waters, when treating inflammations of the mucous membranes.
A General View of the Pathology and Treatment of Chronic Diseases: with Illustrations of Sulphureous Waters, and Observations on the efficacy of the Balsam of Copaiva. 3 parts in 1 volume. Seperate titles and paging. 8vo, contemporary calf; worn, hinges cracked but sound, heavily foxed. Hartford: Oliver D. Cooke & Sons, 1823. First American Edition from the Second London Edition.
London: Baldwin, 1782. 117pp. + index, scattered foxing, small 8vo, 1/2 calf, marbled boards, leather spine label; (rubbed). London: R. Baldwin, 1782. Third Edition. Good. By the noted physician and natural historian. Hirsch I, 413. Revised and enlarged 3rd edn; partly interleaved, with prescriptions in a contemporary hand on some of the blank leaves.
Philadelphia: Bell, 1775. viii, 512pp. Large 4to, full calf (scuffed). Philadelphia: Printed for the subscribers by Robert Bell, 1775. First American Edition. Very good. First materia medica published in America. Cullen "was the most conspicuous figure in the history of the Edinburgh Medical School during the 18th century. His clinical lectures were notable as being the first given in the vernacular." (GM 76). The first edition of these lectures appeared in London in 1772. Austin 577. Wellcome II, 412 (London, 1773 ed.).
Editio altera, priori emendatior. 259 pages. 12mo, old calf, quite worn and with covers detached. Amstelaedami: Thomae Fantini, 1661. By the English author and diplomatist with a bent for the occult. "Digby first described his well-known weapon-salve, or powder of sympathy, in the discourse alleged to have been delivered at Montpellier in 1658. Its method of employment stamps it as the merest quackery. The wound was never to be brought into contact with the powder, which was merely powdered vitriol...
Et in questa Terza Impressione corretto, ed accresciuto con un Catalogo dell'Erbe native del Suolo Romano del Signor Gio. Giacomo Roggieri, Romano. Several text woodcuts. 524pp. + index. Folio, contemporary vellum, stained and browned; ms. notations on endpapers, some staining throughout, lacking several pp. of prelims. Vendono in Roma da Gio. Lorenzo Barbiellini. in Venezia, 1740. One of over 20 editions of this popular work by the Neapolitan physician and chemist, first published in 1661. This ed. not in Blake.
Venice: Andrea Poletti, 1713. Et in questa ultima Impressione corretto, & accresciuto con un Catalogo dell'Erbe native del Suolo Romano del Signor Gio. Giacomo Roggieri Romano. Title page vignette, and a few other decorative initials and head/tail pieces throughout. , 695, pp., with text in double columns. Short thick 4to, later patterned paper wrappers over original flexible boards (spine quite chipped; some light worming on preliminary pages but with no loss of text). Venezia: Andrea Poletti, 1713. Brunet 7681.