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New York: William Stuart, 1839. First edition. Wrappers, 32 pp., very good. A rare pamphlet relating to the secret society of physicians in New York City. In an Advertisement it is stated "The following Essays from the 'Medical Examiner,' a department of the New-York Weekly Whig, are republished connectedly in...
Philadelphia: Printed by Adam Waldie, 1839. First American edition. Original calf, rubbed, joints worn, mild browning and light stains. "A thorough study of pathological conditions throughout the body, Mayo's treatise provides many illustrative case histories" (Heirs of Hippocrates). Contemporary ownership signature of D.M. Tindall, M.D.
Philadelphia: Bradford and Innskee, 1811. First edition. Contemporary sprinkled calf, with leather label. 8vo, 455 pp. Wear to extremities, long closed tear on title page. Internally fairly fresh, with light browning. Early ownership marks of R.E. Kerr, M.D. and his gift of it to Francis King, in 1845.