Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal. 1845.

By: Streeten, Robert J. N. (ed.); [Provincial Medical and Surgical Association]

Price: NZ$253.75

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Book Condition: Good with No dust jacket as issued


Lacking most of one leaf (pp. 697-8, torn out). Joints rubbed. 2" split to leather at tail of front joint. Boards rubbed. Chip to paper on front board, and wear and chips to paper along edges of boards. Leather corners worn. ; Volume 9? [ii],764 pages + [10] page Index. Lacking half of one leaf (pp. 697-698 of issue No. 48, 26 November 1845.) Otherwise complete 53 weekly issues for the year 1845. Contemporary half calf and marbled pastepaper boards. Red lettering piece on spine. Marbled endpapers. Page dimensions: 246 x 157mm. Binder's ticket on front endpaper "John Pritchard, Bookbinder and Stationer, Bangor St., Carnavon." Spine has "Vol. 3 / 1845" however we think these 1845 issues are Volume 9 after comparing information on Jstor. (The issues themselves have only the issue number and date, and no volume number. The issues run from "No. 1.January 1, 1845" to "No 53, December 31, 1845." Tex in double columns. A couple of in-text illustrations - pp. 615; 710. Contents includes: "Case of Traumatic Tetanus - Exhibition of the Extract of Indian Hemp (Cannabis Indica) - Death - Autopsy" by James Inglis (p.112, and continued in subsequent issues); "Statement of Sir James Graham" (p. 148); "Puerperal Fever" (p. 173); "Claims of Human Magnetism" (p. 184 and subsequent issues); "Strangulated Femoral Hernia" (p. 686); "On the Use of Cod-Liver Oil in Rheumatism" (p. 755).

Title: Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal. 1845.

Author Name: Streeten, Robert J. N. (ed.); [Provincial Medical and Surgical Association]

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, John Churchill: 1845

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good with No dust jacket as issued

Seller ID: 19343

Keywords: Medicine History