The Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal. VOL II. Benjamin Smith BARTON.
The Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal. VOL II
The Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal. VOL II

The Philadelphia Medical and Physical Journal. VOL II

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.

Price: $300.00

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