MEDICAL TEXT - OBSERVATIONS ON THE NATURE AND CURE OF DROPSIES…W/APPENDIX CONTAINING CASES OF ANGINA PECTORIS W/DISSECTIONS

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By John Blackall, M.D. Published by James Webster, At the Office of Medical Recorder., Philadelphia, 1825. Second American edition, From the Fourth English edition. Front eps pencil signature: “A.P. Linn”. Title page ink signature: “A. Rothrock”. 319pp. Full calf with red lea. spine label, gilt lettering. Both cover hinges slightly weak, spine signatures tight. Exhibits some soiling and wear at the extremities. Boards slightly warped outward. Text lightly yellowed with light waterstaining and foxing, while remaining entirely legible. Else VG and solid. An important Federal–era medical text. Fine addition to any antiquarian medical library.

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