Philadelphia: John Conrad & Co., 1806. First Edition. 5 1/2 X 8 1/2 Inches. Item #4000
Contains both orignal parts of volume two. Two folding tables intact (as called for). Period full leather binding. Includes in part: Facts and Observations, chiefly relative to the Yellow Fever in Charleston, South Carolina; Notice of Yellow Fever in Philadelphia; Some account of the Great Hurricane of 1804; Supplementary Observations on the Great Hurricane of 1772; Observations on the Mammoth, or American Elephant; Notices of the Warm Springs in the county of Bath, in Virginia; Note on the Natural History of the substance called Guano; ...the North Americna Woodcock; ...disprove the efficancy of the practice of Vaccination, as a preventive of Small-Pox; Some account of the Taye, a species of sheep; Memorandums of the Life and Writings of Mr. John Clayton, the celebrated Botanist of Virgina; Account of Henry Moss, a White-Negro; Remarks on the Managment of the Scalped-Head; Remarks on the Treatment of Strangulated Hernia; Observations relative to the Geography, Natural History, &c of the Country along the red-River in Louisiana; A Memoir on the Treatment of the Silk-Worm. Communicated to Mr. Jefferson, President of the United States and of the American Philosophical Society, by Mr. Robert Lowery, of Siena, transmitted to Mr. Jefferson to the Society; Some Account of Mr. John Banister, the Naturalist; An Address to the Medical Pracitioners of Irelan, on the subject of Cow-Pock.
Binding a bit rubbed at extremities. Light foxing and toning. A very attractive copy overall.