New York: Henderson Greene, 1835. First edition. Removed, stitched, not bound. 38 pp.
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New York: Privately printed, 1921. First edition. Cloth, 220 pp. Near-fine copy.
Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard, 1842. First edition. Publisher's cloth, mild marginal stain on title page, otherwise a very good copy.
Philadelphia: Thomas Desilver, 1832. Second edition, enlarged and improved. Original cloth backed printed boards, 188 pp. Light foxing and browning; very good copy.
Richmond: Garrett & Massie, 1931. First edition. Pictorial cloth, fine copy. 449 pp. Volumes on the 17th and 19th centuries were also published. Garrison-Morton-Norman 6588.
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...
New York: Gould and Newman, 1838. First edition. Stitched, not bound. Mild browning and foxing. Illustrated. 96 pp.
Philadelphia: Robert Desilver, 1823. First American edition. Modern cloth, leather spine label. 119, 108 pp. Mild discoloration to text paper.
Philadelphia: Judah Dobson and A. Sherman, 1825. Second American edition. Modern cloth, leather label. 360 pp., 4 plates (colored stipple engravings). Mild browing but an excellent copy.
New York: Printed by L. Nichols & Co.... 1802. Second American edition. Two volumjes in one. Contemporary calf, worn, upper cover detached, internally very good. Ownership signatures of Henry Ingersoll, and Joseph A. Dennison ("bought of H. Ingersoll"); bookplate of Dr. Charles Dennison, 1908.
Philadelphia: J. Dobson, 1828. First edition. Stitched, unbound, foxed.
Philadphia: Printed for the author by John Bioren, 1819. First edition. Half leather, rubbed and faded168 pp., some browning, closed tear in one leaf. With Weir Mitchell's bookplate.
New York: George P. Scott, 1832. First edition. Stitched, unbound. 35 pp. Light foxing.
Boston: 1832. First edition. 16 pp., removed from a binding. Presentation inscription from the author.
Boston: 1837. First edition. 39 pp., wrappers, removed from a binding.
Dedham: H. Mann, 1816. First edition. Modern cloth, leather spine label. 318 pp. Foxing and toning, light to moderate, otherwise very good. "Mann was an army surgeon who served three years in the Revolution and another three years in the War of 1812. His chief writing was the Sketches, which...
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.
New York: Hoplins & Jennings, 1841. First edition. Stitched, not bound. 96 pp. Signed presentation copy to Dr. Doane. Payne defends his "Medical and Physioogical Commentaries". Foxing.
New York: Printed by Collins, Perkins, 1806. First edition. Old calf. viii, 298 pp., one leaf. Closed tear in A2, binding a bit rubbed, internally very good.
Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson, 1794. Second edition. Contemporary calf, with leather label. 8vo, 338 pp. Binding a bit rubbed, but sound,h light browning. Early medical woodcut on pastedown.
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.
Philadelphia: T.K. and P.G. Collins, printers, 1856. First edition. Stitched, removed. Fine.
Boston: Ezra Read, 1817. First edition. Contemporary calf, rubbed, lacks front endpaper, mild browning. 744 pp.
Philadelphia: 1801. First edition. Removed from a binding. 72 pp. Inscribed by the author.
New York: Collins and Co, 1818. First edition. Contemporary blue paper boards, title hand lettered on (partially defective) spine. "The Medical and Surgical Register, of which only two parts were issued, is the first volume of case reports published by a United States hospital, and is one of the cornerstones...