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EPPS, John. Domestic Homśopathy, or rules for the domestic treatment of infants, children and adults, and for the conduct and the treatment during pregnancy, confinement, and suckling.
London: Sherwood & Co, et al, 1842. Small 8vo. 200pp, text figure and tables. Modern marbled paper wraps, printed paper spine label. Isolated areas of browning to a few leaves. (Book ref. 42415) £56.00
Sir Charles Stuart-Harris. The Contribution of Virology to Contemporary Medicine. The Harveian Oration of 1974.
Reading: The Creative Press Ltd, 1974. 28 pp. Original printed paper wraps, stapled. 21 cm x 15 cm. (Book ref. 34429) £4.00
MALONEY, William J. George and John Armstrong of Castleton, Two Eighteenth-century Medical Pioneers.
Edinburgh and London: E & S Livingstone, 1954. 8vo. xii, 115[1]pp, frontis, single and double sided plates, full-page text pedigree. Original blue cloth gilt, very slightly rubbed d/w. (Book ref. 34327) £12.00
PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. Medical History: a quarterly journal devoted to the history and bibliography of medicine and related sciences. Volume 30. No. 1, January 1986 - Volume 32. No. 4, October 1988. [Comprising 12 issues.]
London: The Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1986-1988. 4to. Various paginations, plates, text illustrations, adverts. Original printed card wraps. (Book ref. 34303) £10.00
STIRLING, William. Some apostles of physiology: being an account of their lives and labours. Labours that have contributed to the advancement of the healing art as well as to the prevention of disease.
London: privately printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., 1902. 4to. iv, 129[1]pp, plates and text illustrations throughout. Original white cloth gilt, bevelled boards. Cloth lightly soiled; endpapers and text lightly age-browned and foxed. Reprinted in 1966 and more recently in paperback format. (Book ref. 41990) £62.00
[NICHOL, John Pringle.] Memorials from Ben Rhydding: concerning the place, its people, its cures.
London: Charles Gilpin. Edinburgh: James Nichol, 1852. 8vo. ix[iii], 249pp, folding frontis panorama, text illustrations, head and tail-pieces. Original decorated blue grained-cloth gilt, uncut. Tiny neat repairs to spine tips; spine darkened; isolated stains to cloth; ffep spotted and lightly creased; a couple of leaves carelessly opened; very light text age-browning. * Chapters on the personal, aesthetic, scientific and social aspects of Ben Rhydding, plus a final chapter on the criminal, including local murders. ** Boyne 433 ‘Published at 6s., cloth, with Plates and Woodcuts.’ (Book ref. 41566) £58.00
GLOVER, Robert Mortimer. On mineral waters: their physical & medicinal properties. With descriptions of the different mineral waters of Great Britain and the continent, and directions for their administration.
London: Henry Renshaw, 1857. 8vo. xvi, 375pp, 7 plates, text illustrations. Original blind-stamped green grained-cloth gilt, yellow eps, uncut. Re-backed with original spine laid down; spine browned; a few small isolated dark stains to cloth. The Harrogate Medical Library oval ink-stamp to fpdep. (Book ref. 41477) £75.00
LAMBERT, Royston. Sir John Simon, 1816-1904, and English social administration.
London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1963. 8vo. 669pp, portrait frontis, text tables. Original fawn buckram gilt, sun-faded and very lightly soiled d/w. (Book ref. 41441) £22.00
ANNING, S. T. The General Infirmary at Leeds (2 Vols). [Comprising:] Volume I. The first hundred years 1767-1869. Volume II. The second hundred years 1869-1965.
Edinburgh: E & S Livingstone, 1963, 1966. 8vo. xii, 107[1]pp; xii, 188pp; plates and plans. Original blue embossed-cloth gilt, d/ws. D/ws partly browned. * Author’s signature to front paste-down end-papers. (Book ref. 40806) £45.00
EMMERSON, Joan Stuart Translations Of Medical Classics. A List. Publications No. 3.
Newcastle Upon Tyne: University Library. 1965. 82 pp. Original printed card wraps, 24 cm x 16 cm. Small closed tear to spine head. (Book ref. 40520) £8.00
NEWTON, R. Clark. The Doctor’s Corner. Reprinted from “Newcastle Weekly Chronicle.”
London: Walter Scott, 1884. Large 8vo. 62pp, adverts (one printed on colour paper) before and after text, head-piece, decorated capitals. Original printed grey card wraps. Wraps lightly soiled and chipped. Not in COPAC or the Wellcome Library. OCLC adds the National Library of Medicine, Bethesda. (Book ref. 39172) £40.00
TAYLOR, P. A. Current fallacies about vaccination. A letter to Dr. W. B. B. Carpenter, C.B., etc. : ... with additional remarks on Dr. Carpenter's article on disease-germs ...
London: F W Allen, 1851 2nd edition. 8vo. [ii], 37[1]pp. Stab-sewn as issued. Previous owner’s address label to upper fore-edge corner of title-page. (Book ref. 39715) £24.00
MORRIS, Edwin. A practical treatise on shock after surgical operations and injuries: with special reference to shock caused by railway accidents.
London: Robert Hardwicke, 1867. 8vo. vi[ii], 88pp. Original maroon cloth gilt, black eps, uncut. Extremes lightly rubbed; small dent to front board fore-edge; scattered small light stains to cloth. Author’s presentation inscription to head of title-page. (Book ref. 39388) £42.00
GIBB, G. Duncan. Discoveries in Science by the Medical Philosopher. An oration delivered on the ninety-sixth anniversary of the Medical Society of London, Monday, March 8th, 1869.
London: Henry K Lewis, 1869. 8vo. 62pp, [2]pp author’s works. Original blind-stamped brown cloth gilt, yellow eps. Extremes rubbed with slight wear; evidence of repairs to ep gutter-margins. Ex-reference library with minimal evidence (none external). Author’s presentation inscription to head of first text leaf. (Book ref. 39292) £24.00
WEST, James F. On wounds of the heart.
[Birmingham, c. 1870.] 8vo. 39pp, text tables. Modern blue-paper wraps, sewn, printed paper label to front wrap (Book ref. 39109) £22.00
STILWELL, George. Observations on the surgical treatment of in-growing toe-nail. With a pamphlet by Dr. Cotting ...
London: J & A Churchill, 1873. 8vo. 8pp, 3 text illustrations. Original printed green paper wraps, sewn. Light vertical crease; wraps lightly spotted and soiled; previous owner’s oval ink-stamp to front wrap. (Book ref. 38790) £36.00
LAW, W. S., Dr. American reformed practice of medicine: a practical treatise on the prevention and cure of disease, without the use of mineral or vegetable poisons.
London: printed by T Evans & Co [for the Author], N.D. 12mo in sixes. 110pp, 8 colour plates, further b/w plate at rear, text illustrations and tables. Original decorated blind-stamped maroon cloth gilt, yellow eps. Extremes very slightly rubbed. * Only a 10th edition in COPAC with locations at BL and Wellcome Library. Its title is ‘The American practice of medicine. A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, without the use of mineral or vegetable poisons.’OCLC adds this specific edition in a single American location - Rochester University Medical Center, which confirms this collation and gives a date of 189u. (Book ref. 37995) £46.00
THE ROYAL MEDICAL SOCIETY. Dissertations by Eminent Members ...
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1892 limited edition number 85/250 copies. Large 8vo. xi[i], 316pp, title-page device, title-page printed in red and black. Original decorated buckram gilt, teg o/w uncut. Extremes lightly rubbed; spine and part of boards browned; very slight light spotting to prelims; small paper label to spine tail. * A collection of twenty essays by, among others, Daniel Rutherford, Richard Bright, J. W. Simpson and Charles Murchison. (Book ref. 38031) £36.00
GARNETT, Thomas. A treatise on the Mineral Waters of Harrogate, containing the history of these waters, their chemical analysis, medicinal properties, and plain directions for their use. With an appendix, by John Jaques ...
Leeds: printed by Edward Baines ... , 1804 4th edition. 8vo. 208pp.Bound with: MOORE, James. A letter to Dr. Jones on the composition of the eau medicinale d’Husson. London: printed for J Johnson and Co, 1811. 8vo. [iv], 46pp, [1]p Author’s works. Contemporary half calf gilt, raised bands, decorated compartments, calf gilt spine label, marbled boards, eps and leaf-edges. Extremes and boards rubbed; spine a little darkened; light spotting to blanks. Lord Grey’s fine engraved book-plate to fpdep with his stamp to title-page of the main work. * This edition the one cited in Boyne 415.ESTC records editions of 1792, 1794 and 1799. (Book ref. 37828) £250.00
FALCONER, William. A Practical Dissertation on the Medicinal Effects of the Bath Waters.
Bath: printed by and for William Meyler; and for G G and J Robinson, London, 1798 2nd enlarged edition. 8vo. xxxviii, 154pp, text tables, head and tail-piece. Contemporary full tree calf gilt, red calf gilt spine label. First gathering very lightly age-browned. (Book ref. 37782) £220.00