Philadelphia: Bartram and Reynolds, 1808. Half Leather. Very Good binding. Volume IV only of Coxe's seven volume "Philadelphia Medical Museum". With many briefs reports and accounts, including Rush's Lecture on Studying the Diseaes of Domestic Animals and Correspondence on Reid's observations on the medical treatment of General Washington. As well, some interesting accounts of oddities -- an "account of remarkable fecundity of a black woman" and a "Child with a double head". A neatly rebacked copy with the original morocco title label laid down; in publisher's boards. A medical library name stamped on front endpapers. Very Good binding. (Inventory #: 275255)
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