Title: NATURE IN DISEASE; Illustrated in Various ...
Publisher: Boston: Phillips, Sampson and Company
Publication Date: 1859
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 2nd Edition
SECOND EDITION. 12mo., [xii], 410 p. VG-. Brown cloth, blind-stamped boards are rubbed w/ some very minimal fraying/chipping to spine head and tail and joint. Binding is tight. Front hinge cracked, but not separated. Previous owner's signature to fep, along w/ previous bookseller's embossed stamp. A different owner's signature to title page, which has stained verso of half-title and dedication page. All pages are clean and unmarked. This little volume contains Bigelow's (1787-1879) famous Discourse on Self-limited Diseases, first published in 1835. Other papers by this famous botanist and physician included in the above work cover the history and use of tobacco, medical education, coffee and tea, the early history of medicine, the United States pharmacopoeia, etc. Bookseller Inventory # 000394
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