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      London, Chapman and Hall ,1867.. FIRST EDITION 1867. Small 8vo, approximately 185 x 125 mm, 7¼ x 4¾ inches, black and white frontispiece, pages: xii, 1-368, bound in full school prize calf, maroon gilt lettered label to spine, extra gilt decoration to spine, gilt coat of arms with motto underneath to upper cover, marbled endpapers and edges. Covers have slight uneven darkening, upper cover has a diagonal crease, lower cover has a scuff mark, slight shelf wear to edges, long old ink prize presentation inscription on first free endpaper, age-browning to edges of frontispiece, page 256 wrongly misnumbered 212, printer's error, light turning crease to several pages, otherwise a very good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Billigheim: Beitrag zur Geschichte der Pfalz

      85 S. gebundene Ausgabe Originalausgabe 1867, nachträglich mit kartoniertem Einband versehen,alles sauber gut erhalten.

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        Die Architektur der Spongiosa. (Zehnter Beitrag zur Mechanik des menschlichen Knochgerüstes) (pp.615-628, 1 lith. Tafl.).

      Arch. Anat. Phys., 1867/5. - Leipzig, Veit et Comp., 1867, 8, pp.547-658, 3 gefalt. lith. Taf., OBrosch. First Edition! "In 1867 Georg Hermann von Meyer (1815-1892) published a paper on the architecture of spongy bone which led, indirectly, to Julius Wolff's historic studies of the relation between form and function." - David LeYey, The History of Orthopaedics, p. 299

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        Atlas of New York and Vicinity

      New York: F. W. Beers, A. D. Ellis & G. C. Soule, 1867. Broadhseets (17 ⅝ x 14 ¼ inches). Engraved title-page, letterpress table-of contents and table on verso. 36 hand-colored engraved maps, of which 9 large folding, the remaining single sheet. 19 heliogravure views on 7 sheets at end. Original publisher's black roan-backed brown cloth boards, gilt-titled on front cover. Some pale dampstaining on cover, joints rubbed, front free endpaper with tears and creased; first map with tear crossing image, several other tears crossing images of folding maps; some scattered pale foxing; overall clean and fresh. The first map is the large folding map of the overall area, showing New York City and vicinity and is followed by: Plan of New York, Brooklyn, etc.; towns of White Farms, West Chester, etc.; Yonkers (town and city); East Chester, Pelham, New Rochelle; borough of New Rochelle; town of Geenburgh; Beekmantown, Tarrytown, Irving, etc.; Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, White Plains, Rye and Harrison; Mamaroneck and Rye Neck; White Plains; Port Chester; Mount Pleasant (and Pleasantville); North Castle, Kensico, Armonk; Ossining; Sing Sing; New Caste (and Chappaqua); Mt. Kisco, Bedford, Whitlockville and Katonah; Bedford; Pound Ridge; Lewisboro; Cortlandt; Peekskill; Verplanck, Cruger's and Croton Landing; Yorktown (with Shrub Oak and Jefferson Valley); Somers; North Salem (with Croton Falls, Purdy's Station, North Salem and Salem Centre); Phillipstown and Putnam Valley; Cold Spring and Nelsonville; Carmel; Towner's Station, South-East, Milltown; South-East, Brewster's Station and Patterson; Patterson; and Kent. The table on the verso of the Table of Contents records the air-line distances between the towns and villages. The subjects of the views at end are particularly of notable residents' homes in Putnam County, Lake Mahopac, Somers, Katonah, New Castle, Mount Pleasant, Bedford, North Salem, Brewster, East Fishkill, and include the Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow, and "Sunny Side", the former residence of Washington Irving. The full-page view after R. K. Sneden shows Brewsters' Putnam County. See McCorkle, Barbara B., 1990, "The Strange Case of E.W. Beers and the Atlas of New York and Vicinity," Meridian (5):39-43.

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        Eigenh. Musikmanuskript mit Widmung und U.

      Paris, Jänner 1867. - Titel und 7½ SS. auf 5 Bll. Folio. Fadengeheftet. Ausnehmend schöne Niederschrift seines Liedes "Souvenir" für Singstimme mit Musikbegleitung nach einem Text von Alfred de Musset. Die Widmung galt dem Bassbariton Hermann Léon (eigentlich Léonard Hermann, 1814-1858), die Drucklegung erfolgte 1874. Der große Erfolg ließ sogar eine Klavierfassung Wirklichkeit werden. - Leicht gebräung unt fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren.

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        Bruno's Revenge (published in Aunt Judy's May-Day Volume for Young People Vol IV No. 20 edited by Mrs Alfred Gatty)

      Published by Bell and Daldy, London 1867 - , [4], 65-128 pages, [4], this is the first published edition of the story that went on to be "Bruno and Sylvie" published in a magazine format and bound at a later date by Hans Asper of Geneva. The volume was owned by Alain de Suzannet (identified by bookplate on front pastedown) of the noble French family who went on to write a genealogy of the family. The first part of the magazine is not present but included is the frontispiece for Bruno's Revenge by F. Gilbert. First Edition , minor rubbing to corners, fore edge and front board, pages clean, very good condition , half green morocco and marbled boards with gilt ruled edges and gilt title to spine, marbled endpapers, gilt top edge, green ribbon , octavo, 20 cm x 14.5 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Patent of nobility donated by Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) to Jozef Moise (Gratz 1818-?), oberst-lieutenant in the 16th Infantry Regiment, owner of the Militär-Verdienstkreuz mit der Kriegsdekoration which entitles Moise to call himself Edle von Murvell.

      Austrian Empire, Vienna, d.d. 20 November 1867. Full purple velvet, decorated with the gilt coat-of-arms of the Emperor on the front cover, 38x28 cm. 7 pages. Handwritten, caligraphic text on vellum and gold embossed, lavishly decorated printed margins. With a hand painted coat-of-arms in colour and the original signature of Franz Joseph I. The imperial wax seal is attached by the gold binding rope in a disc shaped copper case. Seal in mint condition. Charter and wax seal are encased in a large flat contemporary metal box. All in excellent condition. The patent explains that Moise started his military career in 1836 with the 27th Infantry Regiment. He became unter-lieutenant in the 4th Grenz-Infanterie-Regimente in 1843, he became ober-lieutenant in 1848 and was transferred to the 22nd Infantry-Regiment. In 1849 he was appointed hauptmann and in 1859 to Major with the 16th Infantry Regiment and in 1865 he finally became oberst-lieutenant. In 1848 he was active at the Commando of the Operations Corps at Pfonzo, later at the 3rd Army Corps Commando as adjudant. He participated in the move of the Corps from Roveredo to Verona. He proved his worth when he lead the attack against the height of Val Fredda and in battles around Rivoli. For these activities and his service for the headquarters of the Reserve-Corps in Hungary, he recieved the Militär-Verdienstkreuz mit der Kriegsdekoration. He furthermore served as General-Commando-Adjudant in Graz, as Gouvernements-Adjudant in Triest and finally as part of the ministry of war where he was active in the war year of 1866 in which year the Austrian-Prussian war (Seven Weeks war) took place. H164

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      Lithograph with full original hand colour, dissected into 20 sections and mounted upon original linen, folding into original chestnut cloth covers with short tile in gilt to front cover, printed ‘Opinions of the Press’ and description of the map pasted within covers, ‘Ingleton Collection’ stamp and catalogue number to linen on verso of map (Good, very mild toning and staining to map, covers with mild edge-wear), 67.5 x 56.5 cm (26.5 x 22 inches). - Sydney: Compiled and published by James A. C. Willis, 309 Upper Dowling Street Darlinghurst. Entered at Stationers Hall, 1867. James Willis’s very rare map of Sydney, providing a superbly detailed and accurate record of the city and its environs as they appeared during the 1860s, published in Sydney – an extraordinary example with resplendent original colour - from the collection of Geoffrey C. - Ingleton. - This exquisite and very rare work is one of the finest maps of Sydney and its environs of its era, being masterpiece of Australian lithography and cartographic design. It was drafted James A. C. Willis, an important crown surveyor, who was also a respected topographical artist. Willis compiled the map from his own surveys sand those of his colleagues at the New South Wales Surveyor General’s Office. The map embraces the entire vicinity of Sydney in all directions, extending as far north as Curl Curl, as far south as the northern reaches of Botany Bay, and as far west as Ashfield. The coverage is highly detailed for its scale, demarcating the coastlines with trigonometric accuracy, labelling all major streets and important buildings, as well as naming all neighbourhoods and land reserves. The City of Sydney proper is shown to occupy only what is today considered to be the downtown core, here coloured in a brilliant reddish-pink hue, while the suburbs mainly extend to the south, while the semi-urbanized areas (now long since annexed to Sydney) are shown to be isolated villages. The seas and major waterways, notably all of Port Jackson, are here bathed in a pale blue wash, and feature copious nautical information, including bathymetric soundings and the labelling of hazards. Parks, government reserves and forests are coloured in a bright green hue.Major buildings labelled in the city proper include: Government House, Customs House, Exchange, St. Andrew’s Cathedral, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Fort Phillip, the Land & Surveyor General’s Office, Prince of Wales Theatre, Royal Hotel, N.S.W. Bank, General Post Office, The Markets and the Australian Museum, amongst many others. The parkland of the Inner and Outer Domains are featured, including the Botanical Gardens. Sydney Common is shown to be largely undeveloped, beside the military Barracks, featuring the Military Cricket Ground and Rifle Range. Just a little further to the south is the Randwick Race course. To the southwest of the city proper is the ‘University Reserve’ that shows the University of Sydney (founded 1850) to still be confined to only a single major building. While the beach at Bondi Bay is evident, the area seems to be somewhat remote and undeveloped. The North Shore is depicted to still be almost entirely rural, save for the urbanization of St. Leonard’s. The Great Southern & Western Railway is shown to run to west and southwest towards Bathurst and Melbourne. SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR LONGER DESCRIPTION.

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        Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia and the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs

       First edition. 2 maps (one folding, with a very little inner repair, both coloured in outline) & 24 wood-envraved plates. 8vo.  Original cloth,minor foxing to the frontispiece and title otherwise  a bright tight copy.  xxiii, 596pp. Macmillan, London.

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        Robertson's History of Charles V.

      Dublin: W. Whitestone, 1867. Leather_bound. Very good. Dublin: W. Whitestone, 1867. Leather_bound. Three volumes. Octavo. The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V., With a view of the progress of society in Europe from the Roman Empire to the beginning of the sixteenth century. Bound in three quarter brown speckeled calf, spine gilt motif, red and green title labels, marbled boards, portrait frontispiece.

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        la pure vérité cachée et autres mazarinades rares et curieuses

      1867 - reliure demi cuir 1ére édition rare 106 exemplaires ex 92 pseudonyme de brunet pour ce livre PHILOMNESTE Junior rare titre [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ordenanza sobre el ejercicio y las maniobras de los Batallones de Cazadores a pie

      Imprenta de El Pueblo, Montevideo 1867 - 393 + 38 pp páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Cambridge, 1867. 3pp. Folded octavo lettersheet. Slightly tanned at edges, portion of fold torn away, evidently due to having been extracted from an album or book at some time, with possible loss of a hyphen, otherwise very good. Longfellow writes an unspecified recipient ("My Dear Sir"), evidently in response to receipt of a book, which he has read "with great interest and pleasure. There is a good deal of beauty and freshness in it and a certain flavor of the soil which I much like. You will not, however, expect from me any extended criticism. That would be out of place...."

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        The Spirit Of St. Francis De Sales

      New York: P. O'Shea. Good with no dust jacket. 1867. Hardcover. Text is clean. Pages somewhat foxed. Cover shows wear, cloth tearing along spine, some freying at corners. Front free endpaper appears to be missing. .

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        Ueber die Wirkung antiseptischer Stoffe auf Infusorien von Pflanzenjauche (pp.305-308). In einer Sammlung von 8 Arbeiten von Carl Binz zum Thema Chinin und 8 weitere Arbeiten von Carl Binz

      Zbl. med. Wiss., 5/20. - Berlin, Verlag von August Hirschwald, 4. Mai 1867, 8, pp.305-320, Brosch Sammlung von 16 Sonderdrucken in feiner Leinen Chemise. First Print of Carl Binz first publication on Quinine was "Ueber die Wirkung antiseptischer Stoffe auf Infusorien von Pflanzenjauche". This collection contains 7 other reports by Binz and his student Carl Scharrenbroich about quinine. Carl Binz (1832-1913) was Professor of Pharmacology at Bonn. "His most important work was perhaps the demonstration that quinine in low concentrations kills numerous micro-organisms." Garrison & Morton No. 1880 (Vorlesungen über Pharmakologie (1884-86).Enthalten in dieser Sammlung sind folgende Beiträge zumThema:1.: Ueber die Wirkung antiseptischer Stoffe auf Infusorien von Planzenjauche (Cbl. med. Wiss V/20 4.Mai 1867, pp.305-310). 2.: Ueber das Chinin als Antiphlogisticum. Vorläufige Mittheilung von Cand. med. Scharrenbroich (Cbl. med. Wiss V/52 30. November 1867, pp.817-819). 3.: Das Chinin als Antiphlogisticum. Dissertation. Von Carl Scharrenbroich. Bonn, 31. December 1867, 53 pp. 4.: Experimentelle Untersuchung über das Wesen der Chininwirkung. Berlin 1868, (4), 63, (3) pp., 1 col. Taf. 5.: An die ordinirenden Aerzte der Militärlazarethe (31. Juli 1870, Prof. Binz (Bonn), z.z. Stabsarzt des Feldlazareths No. 2 beim 8. Armee-Corps, 2 pp.). - "Es ist anzunehmen, das zur Bekämpfung der unvermeidlichen septicämischen Zustände unserer Verwundeten die Carbolsäure äusserlich, das Chinin innerlich vielfach in erster Reihe stehen werden. ...". 6.: Weitere Studien über Chinin. (Separatabdruck aus der Berliner klinischen Wochenschrift, November 1871). Berlin, Gedruckt bei Julius Sittenfeld, 1871, 21, (1) pp. 7.: Quinine and the colourless blood-corpuscle (Lond., Practitioner IX (1872, pp.141-147), 7, (1) pp. 8.: Das Chinin. Nach den neuern pharmakologischen Arbeiten. (1875. - (2 Bl.), 76 pp.)."One of my most able students later examined several other substances with regard to the same quality, viz. conia, veratria, camphor, bichloride of mercury, arsenite of potassium, aconitine, digitaline, coffeine, sulphate of atropia, acetate of lead, kreosot, and oil of turpentine. He found that conia alone was equally poisonous to the white cells as quinine, but all other substances were inferior to it. .." C.Binz, Quinine and the colourless blood-corpuscles, 1872.Chinin vernichtet die Paramaecien - "Die erste und beispielhafte sorgfältige pharmakologische Untersuchung des Chinins vollzog Binz 1867. Er stellte fest, Chinin sei ein allgemeines Protoplasmagift das die Paramaecien und Amöben schon in der Verdünnung von 1 : 20 000 vernichtet. damit versuchte er, die Heilwirkung des Chinins auf die Malaria zu erklären, die er im Gegensatz zu der damaligen Auffassung als eine Krankheit ansah, die von einem protoplasmareichen Parasiten hervorgerufen wird. Diese Hypothese schien LAVERAN, der Entdecker des Plasmodium vivax 13 Jahre später zu bestätigen, als er 1880, beobachtete, daß die Malariaparasiten im Blut in vitro gelähmt und vernichtet werden. Indes benutze er so hohe Chininkonzentrationen, wie sie in vivo gar nicht vorkommen können. Auch seither befaßten sich viele mit dem Nachweis der direkten parasitociden Chininwirkung ..." "Die Verwendung von Chinin zur Hemmung von Entzündung beruht auf den Versuchen von Binz, der 1869 bei den Cohnheimschen Versuchen am Froschmesenterium beobachtete, das Chinin die Abwanderung der Leukocyten aus den Kapillaren unterbinde." "Die fiebersenkende Wirkung von Chinin führe Binz und später ISENSCHMID darauf zurück, daß Chinin die Tätigkeit der Fermente hemmt und den Stoffwechsel sowie die Wärmeerzeugung vermindert. Im Jahre 1925 fand jedoch HARDIKAR, Chinin senke nicht den Stoffwechsel, während neuerdings die Versuche von TEN CATE für die Binzsche Auffassung sprechen." Bela Issekutz, Gesch. d. Arzneimittelforschung (1971), pp.47-48"Fast ebenso bemerkenswert ist an der Auffassung von Binz, daß er eine vollständige Vernichtung sämtlicher Malariaerreger in einem infizierten Organismus durch Chinin für ausgeschlossen hält er meint vielmehr, daß dieses Alkaloid vor allem "dem heilbestreben der Natur günstig sekundiere". Bekanntlich entsprechen solche Vorstellungen weitgehend den heutigen Anschauungen über den Wirkungsmechanismus vieler Chemotherapeutica." Hans Haas, Spiegel der Arznei (1956), pp.30-31Beigelegt 8 weitere Arbeiten von Carl Binz:1.: Über den Einfluss des Weingeistes auf die Körpertemperatur bei gesunden und fiebernden Thieren (1869, 3 pp.). 2.: Über die Bedeutung der Ozonreactionen (1872, 7 pp.). 3.: Die Blätter von Eucalyptus globulus (1873, 4 pp.). 4.: Neue Curven über den Einfluss des Alkohols auf die Körperwärme (1873, 2 pp.). 5.: Neue Curven über den Einfluss des Alkohols auf die Cöperwärme (1873. 3 p.). 6.: Die therapeutische Verwendung des Bromkaliums (1873, 14 pp.). 7.: Über den Werth des reinen, mit vielem Wasser verdünnten Weingeistes ( d. i. unserer guten Weine) für die Ernährung (1875, 4 pp.). 8.: Zur Abwehr gegen Herrn H. Köhler in Halle (1875, 3 p.).

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        The Mines Of Colorado (First Edition, 1867, With Large Folding Color Map)

      Springfield, Massachusetts: Samuel Bowles & Company, 1867. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good. Large Folding Color Map Frontispiece. First Edition, 1867. Ads On Front Pastedown And 3 Pp At Front, Large Color Folding Map Before Title Page, 450 Pp, 16 (31) Pp Ads And Two Blank Endpapers At Rear. Brown Cloth, Gilt. Presentation Note "Compliments H. B. Morse" On Blank Page Before P. 1,; Morse Was Active In Civic And Mining Life In Gilpin, Central, Etc. And Was President Of The Mines And Mechanics Institute At Central, Colorado, Circa 1871. Very Clean, No Stains Or Foxing Or Labels, Wear At Top And Bottom Of Spine With Some Fraying, Also Fraying At The Four Tips, Hinges Tight, Cloth Very Clean, Gilt Very Bright. Map Completely Intact, No Tears Or Foxing, No Tape Or Stains, Neatly Folded As Issued. Very Scarce; Worldcat Does Not Locate Any Institutional Copies, Although Five Institutions Report Holding The Map.

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        KERKERADE, SINT VINCENTIUSVERENIGING “Protocolle der St. Vincenz-Conferenz zum Heil. Lambertus in Kirchrath, von 1868-1880 inclusive”. Manuscript, 4o, 227 p., gebonden in half leer met op rug “Conferenz des h. Vincenz von Paul in Kirchrath”.

      "Het boek bevat de zeer uitvoerige notulen (“protocolle”) in het Duits, van vergaderingen tussen 15/12/1867 en 12/12/1880. Voorin een lijst van “activen Mitglieder” met de data van intrede en vertrek. Dit betreft de volgende 39 namen: Jos Deutz, Joh. Merkelbagh (1872 naar Epen), P. Marres (1868 prof. Roermond), Jos Schmitz, Aur. Bergstein, Alph. Schmitz, K. Weyden, Jan Knittel, R. Wanmackers (overl. 16-12-1868), H. Scheilen (1876 naar Schaesberg), H. Wilms (overl. 22-5-1882) Arn. Offermans (overl. 1870), L. Herry, P. Souren, M. Wiertz, Win. , 523, sen, M. Weyden, Jos Schönefeld, Jos Hochstenbach (1868 naar Aken), H. van Poppel, N. Andriessens (1870 naar Amsterdam), Jan Timmermans (professor), Ch. Marres (professor, in 1880 naar Rolduc), G. van Ool (1871 naar Simpelveld), Ger Luis (professor), H. Hochstenbach (1877 naar Aken), Dan. Offermans (overl. 9-1-1879), H.H. Eijk, H. van Elsen (1871 naar Kruisdorp), Leon Debie (1873 naar Eigelshoven), X. Neujean, Jac. Jacobs (1880 naar Maastricht), Jac. van Wersch, M. Gielen (1877 naar Wessem), Wilh. Daelen, Aag. Hochstenbach, Hub. Bloem, Jos Savelberg, P. Jos , 523, sen.In het boek liggen aantekeningen van een vorige eigenaar met passages die hem opvielen, o.a. over een bedevaart naar Scherpenheuvel en de trouwe aanhankelijkheid aan de paus, o.a. via de Zouaven.".m6914

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        Die Entwicklung der Carcinome (41: pp.470-523, 2 Taf. 55: pp.67-159, 5 Taf.).

      Virch. Arch. path. Anat., 41+55. - Berlin, Verlag von Georg Reimer, 1867, 8, VI, 591, (1) pp., 13 Tafeln 1872, 8, VI, 538 pp., 20 Tafeln 2 Halbleinenbände. Frist Edition! Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried von Waldeyer (1836-1921) "confirmed the work of Thiersch on the epithelial origin of cancer, disproving Virchow's theory. So great was the authority of the latter that it was not until the appearance of the second of the above papers that Virchow's error was finally recognized"."Die bedeutendste Leistung Waldeyers als Pathologe aber ist seine in 2 Teilen erschienene Arbeit zur Histogenese der Karzinome 1867 und 1872. Mit dieser Arbeit wird Virchows Lehre von der bindegewebigen Genese des Krebses endgültig zu Grabe getragen, nachdem schon C. Thiersch in Erlangen und V. Cornil in Paris entsprechende Befunde vorgelegt hatten. Unmissverständlich sagt Waldeyer, dass man bisher nicht in der Lage gewesen sei, den Begriff Karzinom scharf zu definieren. Er setzt dagegen: Man könne sehr wohl eine positive Definition geben, eine Trennung in Karzinome und Kankroide sei überflüssig, "da die ersteren ganz dieselbe Epithelialentwicklung haben wie die so genannten Cancroide". Im ersten Teil der Arbeit (1867) erläutert dies Waldeyer am Beispiel des Mammakarzinoms und zeigt, dass an den mit gewucherten Epithelien angefüllten Acini die Basalmembran verloren geht, wie dies auch schon Cornil betont hatte. Gleiches gilt für den Magenkrebs:'Nachdem, was ich gesehen, wuchern die degenerierten Drüsen nach Durchbruch der Muscularis mucosae sehr schnell in die leicht ausdehnbare lockere Submucosa hinein'Cornil und Waldeyer sind damit die Ersten, die erkennen, dass alle Magenkrebse von den drüsigen, d.h. den epithelialen Bestandteilen der Magenschleimhaut ausgehen. Waldeyers Schlussfolgerung ist eindeutig:'Ich fasse somit das Carcinom im wesentlichen als eine epitheliale Neubildung auf und meine, dass es primär nur da entsteht, wo wir echte epitheliale Bildungen haben.'Im 2. Teil der Arbeit 1872 werden die Belege über die Herkunft der Karzinome erweitert. Jetzt stehen ihm 203 Fälle, vorwiegend Operationspräparate seiner klinischen Kollegen, zur Verfügung. Die Waldeyer-Lehre setzt sich in den folgenden Jähren mehr und mehr durch. Nur Virchow distanziert sich nie ausdrücklich von seiner Vorstellung der bindegewebigen Krebsgenese. " Georg Dhom, Gesch. Histopath., p.325

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        White-Jacket; or The World in a Man-of-War

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1867. Very Good. Reprint edition, unrecorded variant conforming to BAL second printing in third cloth binding, but with no date on the title page and no ads in the back (according to Richard Colles Johnson in The Book Collector 1982 this is an 1867 reprint edition, though no copies of such an edition have yet to be noted in OCLC). Contemporary pencil owner name (W.B. Wait), spinal extremities and small portions of the gutters and cloth perished, else a tight, very good copy. A somewhat underappreciated novel written shortly before Moby-Dick. Though it contains some of Melville's best black humor (particularly the hilarious Surgeon of the Fleet episode), the book is mostly noted for its contribution to the abolition of flogging in the U.S. Navy. BAL 13662.

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        Handbuch der physiologischen Optik. + Atlas

      Allg. Encyklop. Physik, 9. - Leipzig, Leopold Voss, 1867, 4, XIV, 874, (2) pp., zahlr. Abb., und 11 lith. zum Teil gefalt. Tafeln, Halbleinenband mit Rückenschild. Erste Ausgabe! Vollständig selten, da das Werk über einem Zeitraum von 11 Jahren erschienen ist und die Tafeln oft für Experimente zerschnitten worden sind. "One of the greatest books on physiological optics." Fundamental work on the physics and physiology of vision with detailed treatment of the dioptrics of the eye, of Young's theory of colour vision, of irradiation, after images, contrast, and a complete exposition of the empiric theory of visual perception. Horblit 49b Garrison & Morton No.1513

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        Recherches sur la prothese des membres.

      Paris, P. Asselin, Successur de Béchet Jeune et Labe, 1867, 8, (4), 107, (1) pp., 8 Holzschitte, 2 lith. Brief Facsimile, feiner Halbleinenband. Erste Auflage! Mit eigenhändigem dreizeiligen signierten Geschenkvermerk von Félix Hippolyte Larrey (1808-1895) auf Titelblatt."Der naheliegende Gedanke, die in einem Stumpf zurückgebliebenen Muskelkräfte für die Bewegung einer künstlichen Hand auszunützen, findet sich zum ersten Male angedeutet in der schon oben zitierten Arbeit*) des Grafen Beaufort, "Recherches sur la prothese des membres, Paris 1867". Danach soll ein Zeitgenosse Larreys erwogen haben, die Sehnen eines Amputationsstumpfes mit den Fingersehnen einer künstlichen Hand in direkte Verbindung zu bringen, um auf diese Weise ihr eine normale Bewegung zu ermöglichen. Ausgeführt ist eine derartige Operation, soviel ich sehe, dagegen nicht."*) "Ein von dem Grafen Beaufort (1867) konstruiertes Modell, die sogenannt "Prothese du pauvre" erwarb durch den niedrigen Preis (25 Fr.) allgemeinere Verbreitung. Mit sehr einfachen und zweckmäßigen Mitteln wird bei ihr das Bailifsche Prinzip durchgeführt. Die Invaliden waren in der Lage, mit dieser künstlichen Hand leichtere Gegenstände zu fassen und zu halten für längere und schwerere Arbeit war sie dagegen nicht geeignet." Ferdinand Sauerbruch, Die willkürlich bewegbare künstliche Hand (1916), p.4,8"Der Comte de Beaufort entwarf Prothesen für die Amputierten des Krimkrieges und der Italienischen Kriege, in welche das Second Empire verwickelt war. Er beschrieb diese in seiner 1867 in Paris publizierten Broschüre "Recherches sur la prothèse des membre"s. Einige der Prinzipien von de Beauforts wurden modifiziert auch bei modernen Prothesen angewendet etwa künstliche Hände, die man öffnen und schließen kann, indem man wiederholt am gleichen Zügel zieht, die passive Flexion des Ellbogens durch Druck gegen einen Hebel seitlich am Thorax, der Doppelfederhaken zum Halten von Gegenständen, der dem gespaltenen Haken von Dorrance ähnlich ist.De Beaufort entwarf und stellte auch einfache, billige Prothesen für Unterschenkel- und Oberschenkelamputierte sowie am Knie Exartikulierte her. Diese wurden aus Holz und Kork hergestellt und mit Leder überzogen sie hatten einen kurzen kufenförmigen Fuß, der einen harmonischen Gang ermöglichte." J.P. Kostuik (Hrsg.), Amputationschirurgie und Rehabilitation: Erfahrungen der Toronto-Gruppe (1985), p.11"Rare first edition of this detailed and well illustrated guide to artificial limbs, written by Amédée Comte de Beaufort. A subject of great interest for many years, Beaufort describes a number of articulated devices of his own invention for amputations of both upper and lower limbs. Having been appointed as "d'inspecteur general adjoint des établissements de bienfaisance" in 1847 his motivation in particular was to help the less fortunate in society, with an emphasis on designing simple, practical and inexpensive prostheses, that would be more widely available. A further catalyst for his work was die Crimean and Italian campaigns of die 1860s which had left a vast number of amputees. The present work highlights a number of inventions, including his lightweight articulated wooden leg prosthesis, composed of two splints articulated at knee level, as well as his articulated arm and hand, which was controlled by die amputee through a shoulder harness. The Controlling power started with a strap buttoned into die front button of die trousers, passed through a loop to the opposite axilla, over to the amputated side to a pulley at the elbow, and then to the artificial hand. He also invented a simple hand with a movable thump and a more complicated one in which repeated pulls on die same cord opened and closed the fingers. As the present work reveals, Beaufort had presented his inventions for peer review, and had received the considerable praise and support of both Broca and Larrey, and which led to Army authorities adopting his models for their staff in 1864. The Assistance Publique also adopted both his "arm with a useful hand" and his articulated clamp hook for general use in civilian hospitals, a viable and much cheaper solution to alternative more realistic and expensive models." Deborah Coltham, Cat.3 Nr.2 see Robertston, Rehabilitation of Arm Amputees and Limb Deficient Children, p. 28.

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        LIVRE D'HEURES AVEC UN CHOIX D'AUTRES PRIERES Ouvrage orné de 24 miniatures du XIVème et du XVème siècle et de riches encadrement de la même époque

      chez Henry Reiss, Editeur, VIENNE 1867 - Mgr MISLIN LIVRE D'HEURES AVEC UN CHOIX D'AUTRES PRIERES Ouvrage orné de 24 miniatures du XIVème et du XVème siècle et de riches encadrement de la même époque Avec l'approbation ecclésiastique 1867, Vienne, Edition chez Henry Reiss, Editeur Format : In-12 (12,5 x 18,5 cm), broché, 534 pages suivies du Mémorial de Famille (4), ex-libris "Rumillies Lit. G N° 743" collé (Rumillies est un village de la commune de Tournai en Belgique) Etat : dos cassé, manque aux couvertures avec adhésif, exemplaire à relier papier propre, ouvrage bien complet, illustré de ses 24 magnifiques miniatures et richement décoré ! poids : 750g [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Les fleurs animées

      Garnier Frères, Paris 1867 - 2 volumes, grand in-8 ( 275x180 mm ) demi chagrin rouge, titre et tomaison dorés sur dos à 4 nerfs ornés d'un filet doré, fers et fleurons dorés dans les caissons, relieur ( Fock ) en queue. Plats de percaline rouge, toutes tranches dorées.Reliure de FOCK. Les fleurs animées par J.J. Grandville. Texte par Alph. Karr, Taxile Delord & le Cte Foelix.Nouvelle édition avec Planches très-soigneusement retouchées pour la gravure et le coloris par M. Maubert.- Tome I. 339 pages.Introduction par Alph. Karr. La Fée aux Fleurs. Histoire d'une bergère blonde. La Sultane Tulipia. Narcissa. La Myrte et le Laurier. Le Perce-Neige et la Primevère. etc.- Tome II. 324 pages.Le Décameron. Le Liseron des Champs. La Vigne. Le Cyprès. Le Jasmin. La Giroflée. La Musique des Fleurs. Le Bal des Fleurs.Erratum.A la suite : Botanique des Dames. Horticulture des Dames.Bel exemplaire. Illustrés.

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        Patent of nobility donated by Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I (1830-1916) to Jozef Moise (Gratz 1818-?), oberst-lieutenant in the 16th Infantry Regiment, owner of the Militär-Verdienstkreuz mit der Kriegsdekoration which entitles Moise to call himself Edle von Murvell.

      - Austrian Empire, Vienna, d.d. 20 November 1867. Full purple velvet, decorated with the gilt coat-of-arms of the Emperor on the front cover, 38x28 cm. 7 pages. Handwritten, caligraphic text on vellum and gold embossed, lavishly decorated printed margins. With a hand painted coat-of-arms in colour and the original signature of Franz Joseph I. The imperial wax seal is attached by the gold binding rope in a disc shaped copper case. Seal in mint condition. Charter and wax seal are encased in a large flat contemporary metal box. All in excellent condition. The patent explains that Moise started his military career in 1836 with the 27th Infantry Regiment. He became unter-lieutenant in the 4th Grenz-Infanterie-Regimente in 1843, he became ober-lieutenant in 1848 and was transferred to the 22nd Infantry-Regiment. In 1849 he was appointed hauptmann and in 1859 to Major with the 16th Infantry Regiment and in 1865 he finally became oberst-lieutenant. In 1848 he was active at the Commando of the Operations Corps at Pfonzo, later at the 3rd Army Corps Commando as adjudant. He participated in the move of the Corps from Roveredo to Verona. He proved his worth when he lead the attack against the height of Val Fredda and in battles around Rivoli. For these activities and his service for the headquarters of the Reserve-Corps in Hungary, he recieved the Militär-Verdienstkreuz mit der Kriegsdekoration. He furthermore served as General-Commando-Adjudant in Graz, as Gouvernements-Adjudant in Triest and finally as part of the ministry of war where he was active in the war year of 1866 in which year the Austrian-Prussian war (Seven Weeks war) took place. H164

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        Catalogue and report of obstetrical and other instruments exhibited at the conversazione of the Obstetrical Society of London, held, by permission, at the Royal College of Physicians, March 28th, 1866

      London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1867. FIRST AND ONLY EDITION. With numerous text illustrations. Original blind-stamped pebbled cloth, gilt stamp of the Obstetrical Society of London on front cover, wear to spine; interior excellent. First and only edition. "The exhibition of obstetrical and other instruments . . . will probably form an epoch in the history of midwifery in this and other countries; for it is no exaggeration to say . . . that it was 'one of the most astonishing historical displays of the mechanical appliances of the obstetrical . . . art ever colleted in one room.' The exhibition was inaugurated by a converzatione, at which about 600 Fellows of the Society and visitors, including many eminent foreign physicians, were present" (preface). The exhibits are arranged in alphabetical order and a list of exhibitors appears at the end. Included is a comparative tabulation of British and foreign forceps exhibited.

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        [POETRY; BURKE & WILLS] Bush flowers from Australia. By a daughter of the Soil.

      London : James Nisbet, 1867. First edition. Small quarto, original green cloth with gilt title and decoration (front and rear boards marked, rebacked, endpapers replaced), nineteenth century owner's inscription, hand-coloured frontispiece, pp viii, 152 (occasional foxing and few ink marks). A collection of poems and short essays by Susan Nugent Wood (1836-1880), who lived much of her adult life in Sandhurst (Bendigo) on the Victorian goldfields and later on the Otago goldfields in New Zealand. In the essay The last page of a tale that is told,the author eulogises the exploits of Burke and Wills, noting her close friendship with 'the gallant leader of the party, Robert O'Hara Burke'. The poem The Return of the wanderers commemorates the infamous wreck of the Admella on the treacherous limestone coast near the South Australian border with Victoria in 1859.

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        "Verzameling van tuinsieraden, bevattende: 40 platen als modellen voor schetsen van plattegronden, met en zonder waterwerken, tot het aanleggen van tuinen en buitenplaatesen; benevens 60 platen tot voorbeelden om op de minst kostbare wijze, volgens Van Laar, Koepels, tuinhuizen, preeltjes, bruggen, zitbanken, tuinstoelen, enz. enz. te doen vervaardigen. Gouda , G.B. van Goor, 1867.".

      "Rebound, some pages carefully repaired. 51 pp. With 100 plates, reproduced after Van Laar. Good copy of this rare reprint. In addition to Van Laar's Magazijn der tuinsieraden, this new edition contains: K.J.W. Ottolander, Alphabetische lijst van de meest aanbevelenwaardige vruchtensoorten; A.C. van Eeden, beschrijving van de meest aanbevelenswaardige eenjarige bloemzaden en bloembolgewassen; J.T. van den Berg, Wenken over de decoratie der Tuinen; Idem, Lijst der meest aanbevelenswaardige rozen, and: Idem, Lijst der meest aanbevelenswaardige bloemplanten, voor den vollen grond. B0123".

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        London Almanack for the Year of Christ 1868

      (London): (Printed for the Company of Stationers), (1867). Unpaginated. Approximately 1 1/2 x 2 1/4". Original red morocco with onlays in cream and green, gilt-tooled throughout, some parts of covers and spine missing, all edges gilt, gift inscription on rear endpaper, matching slipcase partly faded and a few chips to edges, else a very good copy. These miniature booklets have been published from the late 17th century until the Victorian era, and give monthly information for eclipses, phases of the moon, saints days, as well as lists of Royals and Lord Mayors, bank transfer days and other banking rates. In this copy, there is a folding view of the Royal Dramatic College

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        The Financial Economy of the United States Illustrated and Some of the Causes which Retard the Progress of California Demonstrated: With a Relevant Appendix

      A. Roman & Co, San Francisco and New York 1867 - First edition. Publisher's cloth gilt. 356pp. Errata slip pasted in. Spine ends professionally, and almost unnoticeably reinforced, else near fine. Important financial analysis and propaganda for the California gold mining interests, promoting hard money and opposing tariffs. Scarce. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        American Interests in Borneo. A Brief Sketch of the Extent, Climate and Productions of the Island of Borneo. Second Edition: With an Appendix Rediscussing and Presenting New Views of the Matters Under Consideration

      H.H. Bancroft and Company, San Francisco 1867 - Second edition, with new appendix. Printed tan wrappers. 44pp. Wrappers soiled, faint stains on rear wrap, a few page edges a trifle bent, a very good or better copy.

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        Storia politico-militare della guerra dell' indipendenza italiana (1859-1860), Three Volume Set

      Tipografia Scolastica di Sebastiano Franco E Figli, Torino [Turin, Italy] 1867 - First edition. Three volumes. Quartos. Text in Italian. Bound in contemporary quarter cloth and stiff paste-paper boards with plain paper wrappers, the text pages are untrimmed. All three volumes are illustrated with numerous plates: lithographic and photographic portraits; and six folded color-tinted lithographic plates of the famous battles. No title page is present in volume 3 (as issued?). Some light dampstaining to the preliminary pages and plates in volume one, scattered foxing, overall a good set. A scarce set published during the Second Italian War of Independence. With many fine portraits, and six folded color-tinted lithographic plates designed and printed by Giordana e Salussolia in Turin between 1859 and 1862: "Arrivo dei Volontari in Piemonte" (1859); "Assassinio della Famiglia Cignoli" (1862); "Battaglia di Montebello" (1860); "Battaglia di Palestro" (1862); "Battaglia di Magenta" (1860); "Battaglia de S. Martino" (1860). OCLC locates only six copies. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Oberbayerische Architectur für ländliche Zwecke. Façaden, Grundrisse und Details..

      München, Mey & Widmayer, 1867-1868 4°, 72 farbig lithogr. Taf. (Heft X, Taf. 2 falsch eingebunden)., Privater -HLdr.-Band m. Rückenschild, Deckel berieben- Innen min stock- und fingerfleckig. Komplett sehr selten. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Architektur - Allgemein

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        La Mode Illustrée

      OHLWd. mit Rückengoldprägung. 9 Exemplare 1867+1869, 1870-1872, 1874-1877 (je 51 Sonntags-Ausgaben, gebunden) je über 400 Seiten, mit vielen SW Kupferstichen von Mode und Mustern. Teils sehr guter Zustand, mache Epemplare sind am Buchdeckel beschädigt. Preis 3600 VB

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        Visible Speech: The Science of Universal Alphabetics; or Self-Interpreting Physiological Letters, for the Writing of All Languages in One Alphabet. Illustrated by Tables, Diagrams, and Examples

      Simpkin, Marshall & Co, London 1867 - Inaugural edition, 1867, hardcover with original cloth boards and rebound new spine, small quarto, 126pp. + 16 plates, illustrated in b&w. Book VG with bright gilt letters to new spine, edgewear that tears cloth, rubbing, binding tight with new endpapers, endpapers on both ends reinforced with paper strips in gutters, inner gutters cracked, text toned throughout and shows foxing to edges of pages, otherwise unmarked. No DJ. In 1867, Alexander Melville Bell published the book Visible Speech: The Science of Universal Alphabetics. This book contains information about the system of symbols he created that, when used to write words, indicated pronunciation so accurately, that it could even reflect regional accents. A person reading a piece of text handwritten in Melville Bell's system of characters could accurately reproduce a sentence the way it would be spoken by someone with a foreign or regional accent. In his demonstrations, Melville Bell employed his son, Alexander Graham Bell to read from the visible speech transcript of the volunteer's spoken words and would astound the audience by saying it back exactly as the volunteer had spoken it. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rapport af Chefen fandoumlr Land kontoret i fandoumlrenta Staterna


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        ROM. Gesamtansicht von einer leichten Anhöhe aus, im Vordergrund eine Terrasse mit zahlreichen jungen Frauen.

      - Kupferstich auf China von Karl P. Post nach Carl Marko, dat. 1867, 39 x 52 cm. Jahresgabe des Kunstvereins in Salzburg. - Der Montagekarton mit hinterlegten Einrissen, die Ansicht auf Chinapapier selbst tadellos. Gerahmt.

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        Examples of Chinese Ornament: Selected from Objects in the South Kensington Museum and Other Collections (100 of 101 plates present)

      S. & T. Gilbert, London 1867 - 1867, First Edition. 100 of the 101 chromolithograph plates are present -- lacking only plate number 5. The chromolithograph title page is present. 15 pages of introductory text. Hardcover, rebound in brick red buckram, all edges gilt. Book measures 9 x 13.5 inches. Library call number on spine. Blindstamp on title page; sticker on title page verso, with discard stamp. There is a small, faint library stamp on the blank side of all plates, but it does not show through or affect the front. Plate 20 with a library blindstamp at the top corner, but this is the only one. All tissue-guards present. Plates are fresh with bold, vibrant colors; generally Near Fine, with only the occasional faint smudge to the margins. One of the most beautiful examples of 19th-century lithography, this collection is very rare and often found missing numerous plates. Worn copies with more wear and intrusive stamping have already sold at auction this year (2017) for 2,976 GBP ($3,900, Keys Fine Art) and 1,740 GBP ($2,300, Bloomsbury). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Acts of the Parliament of South Australia [1867, 1869-70, 1874,.

      1867 - [South Australia]. Acts of the Parliament of South Australia [1867, 1869-70, 1874, 1876-81]. Adelaide: Nine volumes in all. 1881 volume: later three quarter cloth over paper boards, typewritten paper title label to spine. Some shelfwear, internally clean; other volumes: Quarter cloth over stiff printed wrappers. Moderate shelfwear, spine ends worn, internally clean. All 9 volumes: ex-library. Location labels to spines, stamps to front covers and preliminaries. $750. * South Australia's origin is unique. Established by an act of Parliament in 1834, it was a planned British province rather than a convict settlement. It was the first place in the world to grant universal suffrage and to allow women to run for parliament. It was one of the states that formed the Commonwealth of Australia in 1901. These volumes are from a series that ran from 1837 to 1957. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 6:81. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Railway and Township and Map of Ohio

      E. Mendenhall 157 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 1867 - FOLD OUT POCKET MAP, (22 x 20 inches) Menzell, Lith, Cin. 12mo. Original brown cloth, map with splits FOLD OUT POCKET MAP, (22 x 20 inches) Menzell, Lith, Cin. 12mo

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        Nouveau manuel complet de l'éleveur d'oiseaux ou art de l'oiselier contenant la description des oiseaux indigènes et exotiques granivores insectivores et carnivores

      Paris, RORET, 1867, in-8, VIII-304pp, demi-basane rouge moderne, dos a faux nerfs, Bon état, couvertures conservées. Quelques surcharges à l'encre. Présence d'un glossaire traitant des types d'oiseaux.

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        Sécateur galvanique. [Et] Cautérisation linaire des hémorroïdes avec le fer rouge

      [Paris, imprimerie de E. Martinet], 1867, in-8, 2 plaquettes en un vol, 4 et 4 pp, demi-basane moderrne à la bradel, pièce de titre en long, Figures sur bois dans le texte. Tirés à part, extraits du Journal de médecine et de chirurgie pratiques (1867, p. 514) et de la Revue médicale française et étrangère (1870, tome II, p. 18) : présentation d'instruments modifiés par Amussat et réalisés par les fabricants Robert et Collin ; le sécateur galvanique, mis au point à partir de l'instrument de Middeldorpff, la pince ouverte et la pince en tenaille utilisées pour la cautérisation linéaires des hémorroïdes. Alphonse Amussat (1820-1878) est le fils du chirurgien urologue réputé Jean Zulema Amussat. Il fut l'un des promoteurs de la galvano-caustique en France, c'est à dire de l'emploi de la chaleur électrique en chirurgie.

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        La Goutte, sa nature, son traitement et le rhumatisme goutteux.

      Delahaye, Paris 1867 - In-8 (224 x 135 mm) de 2, XIX, 710, 1 et 8 pl. en coul.; demi-toile, couv. cons. (reliure moderne). Cf. Garrison-Morton, 4497 et Wellcome p. 91 pour l'édition originale. Première édition française, traduite par Auguste Olivier et annotée par J.M. Charcot, qui a aussi dessiné l'une des deux planches nouvelles pour l'édition française. Nombreuses figures dans le texte. "Garrod was the leading authority of his time on gout, which he separated from other forms of arthritis by his discovery of excess of uric acid in the blood of gouty sufferers" (Garrison-Morton). A la suite du texte se trouve le catalogue des publications de la librairie Delahaye. Quelques rousseurs. [Attributes: First Edition]

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