Researches Principally Relative to the Morbid and Curative Effects of Loss of Blood. Marshall Hall.
Researches Principally Relative to the Morbid and Curative Effects of Loss of Blood

Researches Principally Relative to the Morbid and Curative Effects of Loss of Blood

Philadelphia: E.L. Carey and A. Hart, 1830. Hardcover. First American edition. 173, [3] p., 1 leaf of a folded plate; 23 cm. Modern maroon library buckram with gilt-stamped spine title. Publisher's catalog of medical works on final 2 unpaginated pages. The folded leaf contains a table for recording cases of bloodletting, which has not been filled in. Faint stamp on back fixed endpaper dated 1971. Four-digit number stamped at lower edge of last page of text (no other ex-library markings). Marshall Hall (1790-1857) was an English physician; in this book he argued against the common practice of bloodletting as a cure for many medical conditions. In Very Good Condition: scattered staining; otherwise, clean and tight. Very Good. Item #005147

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