Título: A TREATISE OF THE VENEREAL DISEASE
Editorial: Innys and Manby London
Año de publicación: 1737
Edición: 1st Edition
First English edition from the first French edition (1736), (Garrison and Morton 5195) translated into English by William Barrowby. Six books in two volumes, 482pp., and 499pp. frontis., addenda and 1 page of adverts, copy belonging to John Blackall with his signature on two labels on inside front covers of each volume (1798) with Birmingam Medical Institute label indicating that the two volumes were given to the library by Dr Blackall. Modern full leather binding, attractive ribbed spine, some slight damage to the title page and frontis. Dr John Blackall is reknowned for his 'Observations on the Nature and Cure of Dropsies' (Garrison and Morton 2209) and his investigations into angina pectoris. N° de ref. de la librería 4894
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