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THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF NOAH WEBSTER (TRANSACTIONS OF THE CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES) (PAPERBACK)

By WINSLOW,C.-E.A.

New Haven: Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences. New. 1934. Paperback. New condition. Original edition. Pages uncut. Never read. Description : p. 21-109. 25 cm. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 32. January 1934 ; 89 pages .

$100.00

THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF NOAH WEBSTER (TRANSACTIONS OF THE CONNECTICUT ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES) (PAPERBACK)

By WINSLOW,C.-E.A.

New Haven: Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences. Near Fine. 1934. Paperback. Near fine condition. Heel of spine ever so lightly chipped. Original edition. Pages uncut. Never read. Description : p. 21-109. 25 cm. Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, v. 32. January 1934 ; 89 pages .

$75.00

LES ASSOCIATIONS MICROBIENNES; LEURS APPLICATIONS THERAPEUTIQUES, PAR GEORGES PAPACOSTAS ET JEAN GATE. (Original Edition with First Use of Term "Antibiotique")

By Papacostas, Georges ; Jean Gate

Paris: Octave Doin Et Cie.. Very Good+. 1928. Wrappers. First use of the term "Antibiotique". Original printed wrappers. Encyclopedie Scientifique. Bibliotheque de Microbiologie et de Parasitologie. Tiny publisher's sticker with original price obliterated. Very good plus condition. Description: iv, [4], 438, iv pages ; 18 cm. LCCN 28015373. OCLC Number: 37696636. "It is an interesting fact (Macfarlane, 1984) that 58 years elapsed between the publication of the studies of Burdon Sanderson and of Lister showing the antibacterial action of members of the genus Penicillium (Burdon Sanderson, 1871 ; Lister, 1871) and Fleming’s somewhat more celebrated paper (Fleming, 1929) to the same effect. Coincidentally enough, a similar period links this latter date with the present year. When seeking to account for Fleming’s apparent ignorance of the prior art, Macfarlane (1984) notes that Papacostas & Gate (1928) had just published a book which contained a 60 page section, headed ‘Antibiosis’, on the extensive subject of bacterial inhibition by moulds and by other bacteria, devoted to previously published observations on this phenomenon and with several hundred historical references!". From "Forces, Fluxes and the Control of Microbial Growth and Metabolism. The Twelfth Fleming Lecture." by Douglas B. Kell delivered at the 108th ordinary meeting of the Society for General Microbiology, 8th April 1987.; Encyclopedie Scientifique. Bibliotheque De Microbiologie Et De Parasitologie. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 438 pages .

$1500.00

LES ASSOCIATIONS MICROBIENNES; LEURS APPLICATIONS THERAPEUTIQUES, PAR GEORGES PAPACOSTAS ET JEAN GATE. (Original Edition with First Use of the Term "Antibiotique)

By Papacostas, Georges ; Jean Gate

Paris: Octave Doin Et Cie.. Very Good. 1928. Wrappers. With first use of the term "Antibiotique". Original printed wrappers. Very good conditon. Encyclopedie Scientifique. Bibliotheque de Microbiologie et de Parasitologie. Paper spine darkened and head and heel ever so lightly worn. Rubberstamped "Hommage des Editeurs". Description: iv, [4], 438, iv pages ; 18 cm. LCCN 28015373. OCLC Number: 37696636. "It is an interesting fact (Macfarlane, 1984) that 58 years elapsed between the publication of the studies of Burdon Sanderson and of Lister showing the antibacterial action of members of the genus Penicillium (Burdon Sanderson, 1871 ; Lister, 1871) and Fleming’s somewhat more celebrated paper (Fleming, 1929) to the same effect. Coincidentally enough, a similar period links this latter date with the present year. When seeking to account for Fleming’s apparent ignorance of the prior art, Macfarlane (1984) notes that Papacostas & Gate (1928) had just published a book which contained a 60 page section, headed ‘Antibiosis’, on the extensive subject of bacterial inhibition by moulds and by other bacteria, devoted to previously published observations on this phenomenon and with several hundred historical references!". From "Forces, Fluxes and the Control of Microbial Growth and Metabolism. The Twelfth Fleming Lecture." by Douglas B. Kell delivered at the 108th ordinary meeting of the Society for General Microbiology, 8th April 1987.; Encyclopedie Scientifique. Bibliotheque De Microbiologie Et De Parasitologie. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 438 pages .

$1350.00

THE OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF HERNIA : WITH A REPORT OF TWO HUNDRED CASES BY WILLIAM B. COLEY, M.D. OF NEW YORK, ASSISTANT SURGEON TO THE HOSPITAL FOR RUPTURED AND CRIPPLED; ATTENDING SURGEON TO THE NEW YORK CANCER HOSPITAL. "Read before the New York Surgical Society, January 23, 1895"

By Coley, William Bradley

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Fair. 1895. Pamphlet. Original printed wrappers are chipped at the margins. Front wrapper re-attached. Rear wrapper present, but detached. Rubberstamped "Library of the Med. Soc. County of Kings, 1313 Bedford Ave. , Brooklyn, N. Y. " With two withdrawn slips tipped-in. OCLC Number: 665039554. Notes: "Reprinted from Annals of Surgery, April, 1895"--Cover. Description: 52 pages ; 25 cm. Contents: Discussion: p. 49-52. Apparently, not at Harvard or Yale or at any American library. ; 8vo; 52 pages .

$1000.00

STUDIES IN PSYCHIATRY; COLLECTED PAPERS FROM THE PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE OF THE NEW YORK STATE HOSPITALS. VOLUME 3, 1917

By Psychiatric Institute Of The New York State Hospitals

Utica: State Hospital Press. Fair. 1917. First Edition Thus. Paperback. Original plain chocolate wrappers. Spine taped. . Previous owner's rubberstamped name (Daniel J. Cherico) on front wrapper and title page. From the Preface: "...comprises reprints of 16 papers which appeared during the period from 1914 to 1917." Pagination is varied. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall .

$100.00

THE WESTERN MEDICAL GAZETTE. A MONTHLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO MEDICINE AND THE COLLATERAL SCIENCES. (Volume II, No.1, May, 1834 ONLY)

By Conducted by Drs. Eberle, Mitchell, Smith and Gross

Cincinnati: Printed and Published Office Cincinnati Mirror for Silas Reed. Very Good-. 1834. Wrappers. 8vo; 48, [2], 12 pages; For details of contents of this issue go to Hathi Trust Digital Library, The Western Medical Gazette. V.2 1834-1835 May-Feb to see our issue for May, 1934. With a handwritten mailing address at the bottom margin of the rear wrapper as follows: "I. Stow Postmaster Middletown Conn. From Dr. Reed." Edges of pamphlet are irregular with some browning. Light foxing throughout. .

$500.00

STUDIES IN PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY; BEING REPRINTS OF THE MORE IMPORTANT STUDIES ISSUED FROM THE LABORATORY OF PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL OF YALE UNIVERSITY DURING THE YEARS 1897-1900.

By Chittenden, Russell Henry editor

New York & London: Charles Scribner's Sons / Edward Arnold. Good+ with no dust jacket. 1901. CLOTH. Yale Bicentennial Publications; 8vo; xvii, 424 pages; Published for Yale's pre-University Press. Frome the archives of the Yale University Press with its early bookplate. A small spine label has been inked out. Head of spine has tiny closed tears. Front hinge has an old repair. .

$49.00

THE ETIOLOGY OF YELLOW FEVER : AN ADDITIONAL NOTE / [BY] WALTER REED, JAS. CARROLL, AND ARISTIDES AGRAMONTE. (First Separate Printing)

By Reed, Walter Et Al

[chicago]: Journal American Medical Association. Near Fine. [1902]. First Edition Thus. Pamphlet. Stapled, salmon printed wrappers. 1/4" chip lacking at head of spine. 2" closed tear at heel of spine. Tiny chip lacking at lower corner or rear wrapper. 24 pages. "Reprinted from Journal of American Medical Association February 16, 1901." Following is an introduction to the paper: "At the Twenty-eighth Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association,1 held in Indianapolis, Ind. , Oct. 22-26, 1900, we presented, in the form of a preliminary note, the results of our bacteriologic study of yellow fever, based on cultures taken from the blood in eighteen cases, at various stages of the disease, as well as on those which we had made from the blood and organs of eleven yellow fever cadavers. We also recorded the results obtained from the inoculation of eleven non-immune individuals by means of the bite of mosquitoes (culex fasciatus, Fabr. ) that had previously fed on the blood of patients sick with yellow fever. We were able to report two positive results, in which the attack of yellow fever followed the bite of a mosquito within the usual period of incubation of this disease. "; 8vo; 24 pages .

$1250.00

BLOOD : A STUDY IN GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY / BY LAWRENCE J. HENDERSON. (An Unread Copy)

By Henderson, Lawrence Joseph

New Haven: Yale University Press. Near Fine with no dust jacket. 1928. CLOTHBOUND. Yale University. Mrs. Hepsa Ely Silliman Memorial Lectures; 8vo; xix, 397 pages; No edge wear, but a couple of ever so slight, barely visible scuffs on the front board. Almost a new copy. .

$175.00

BLOOD : A STUDY IN GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY / BY LAWRENCE J. HENDERSON. (An Unread Copy)

By Henderson, Lawrence Joseph

New Haven: Yale University Press. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 1928. CLOTHBOUND. Yale University. Mrs. Hepsa Ely Silliman Memorial Lectures; 8vo; xix, 397 pages; The price-clipped dust jacket has a 1 1/2" x 1/2" chip has been replaced at the bottom of the front panel. Head of the spine of the dust jacket has atwo tintclosed tears. The bottom of the rear panel of the dust jacket has two unobtrusive closed tears. An unread and almost new copy. .

$250.00

TUBERCULOSIS AMONG CHILDREN / BY J. ARTHUR MYERS ; WITH CHAPTERS BY C.A. STEWART, PAUL W. GIESSLER ; AN INTRODUCTION BY ALLEN K. KRAUSE.

By Myers. Jay Arthur

Springfield: C. C. Thomas. Fine+ with no dust jacket. 1930. CLOTHBOUND. 8vo; xiv, 208 pages; Green cloth with bright gilt lettering. In remarkably fine condition. No flaws. .

$150.00

DYSPITUITARISM (IN) THE HARVEY LECTURES: DELIVERED UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE HARVEY SOCIETY OF NEW YORK, 1910-1911

By Cushing, Harvey

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1912. CLOTHBOUND. 8vo; 14 pages; Cushing's "Dyspituitarism" pp.31-45. Also included in this volume is "The Chemistry of the Proteins" pp.67-89 by Dr. Thomas B. Osborne of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station. Osborne donated this copy to the C. A. E. S. In 1925 and it bears their small unobtrusive bookplate and a circular spine label. The binding shows only a trace of wear at the corners. .

$100.00

MANUAL OF ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY BEING A DISSERTATION WHICH OBTAINED THE BOYLSTON PRIZE FOR 1844, ON THE FOLLOWING QUESTION: "IN WHAT CASES, AND TO WHAT EXTENT IS THE DIVISION OF MUSCLES, TENDONS, OR OTHER PARTS PROPER FOR THE RELIEF OF DEFORMITY OR LAMENESS? (Presentation Copy to "Mr. Lambert with the Regards of the Author")

By Bigelow, Henry Jacob

Boston: William D. Ticknor & Co.. Good. 1845. CLOTHBOUND. 8vo; 211,xii pages; Contents: Strabismus, Stammering, Tenotomy, Club-Foot, Torticollis, False Anchylosis of the Knee-Joint, Ricketty Knees, Anchylosis, Lateral Curvature of the Spine, Contraction of the Hand and Fingers, Congenital Dislocations, Recent and Chronic Dislocations, Section of Muscles in Locked-Jaw, Subcutaneous Section of the Orbicular Muscles, Appendix conatining Casting in Plaster. With five leaves of plates containing 34 figures pertaining to strabismus, tenotomy, club-foot, torticollis, false anchylosis of knee-joint, and Lateral Curvature of the Spine. Some light water staining to the text block. Front board speckled with tiny white flecks of paint (some removed, apparently, in the 19th Century). Head of spine chipped. Upper extremities of binding worn. .

$3500.00

A TREATISE ON PROTRACTED INDIGESTION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES; BEING THE APPLICATION TO THE PRACTICAL DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE OF THE RESULTS OF AN INQUIRY INTO THE LAWS OF THE VITAL FUNCTIONS: ADDRESSED BY THE AUTHOR ON HIS RETIREMENT...

By Philip, Alexander Philips Wilson

Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard. Very Good-. 1843. CLOTHBOUND. 8vo; 240 pages; First American Edition. Description: 156 p. , 1 l. , [157]-240 (i e. 238) p. , followed by 32 pages of the publisher's advertisements. Notes: Page numbers 53-54 omitted in paging. Paper spine label with title intact. Endpapers foxed. Previous owner's name in pencil on front flyleaf. "Appendix. Consisting of extracts from some of my papers which the Royal Society of London did me the honor to publish in the Philosophical Transactions, between the beginning of the year 1815 and the end of 1836; illustrating the more important positions on which the foregoing work is founded": p. [157]-240. .

$1000.00

CANCER OF THE STOMACH : A CLINICAL STUDY / BY WILLIAM OSLER AND THOMAS MCCRAE.

By Osler, William

Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's, Son & Company. Fine. 1900. Hardcover. 8vo; ix, 157 pages; With a 48 page Blakiston catalogue at the end. No wear to the extremities. Front flyleaf tender at the hinge. A lovely copy of an important book in the history of medicine. .

$500.00

FORMATION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL PROFESSION: THE ROLE OF THE INSTITUTIONS 1780-1860

By Kett, Joseph F.

New Haven: Yale University Press. New in New dust jacket. 1968. Hardcover. 0300006233 . 8vo 8" - 9" tall; xi, 217 pages; No finer copy could be had. Jacket is not price-clipped. .

$75.00

FORMATION OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL PROFESSION: The Role of Institutions, 1780-1860

By Kett, Joseph F.

New Haven: Yale University Press. Fine with no dust jacket. 1968. Hardcover. 0300006233 . xi, 217 pages .

$40.00

$450.00


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