First Lines of the Practice of Physic.
Philadelphia: Edward Parker, 1822. 8vo. 520 pp. to volume 1, 420 pp. to volume 2. First front end page detached, hinge split to fpd of both volumes. Fore-edges are yellow. Foxing throughout. Former owners name to corner of title page of both volumes, former owners note to fpd. Three small orange marks to fpd. Corners, spine ends, spine edges bumped and worn. Foxing to fore-edge. "With notes and observations practical and explanatory, a preliminary discourse in defence of classical medicine and an appendix by Charles Caldwell." Second edition revised and enlarged. In two volumes. Part 1 is "Of Pyrexle, or Febrile Diseases." Part 2 is "Of Neuroses of Nervous Diseases." Part 3 is "Of Cachexies." Interior binding is tight. Good Leather (Item ID: 57494)