History and Description of an Epidemic Fever, Commonly Called Spotted Fever, which Prevailed at Gardiner, Maine, in the Spring of 1814 [bound with] Some Account of the Fever which Existed in Boston during the Autumn and Winter of 1817 and 1818: With a few general Remarks on Typhus Fever. Enoch Hale, William Gamage.
History and Description of an Epidemic Fever, Commonly Called Spotted Fever, which Prevailed at Gardiner, Maine, in the Spring of 1814 [bound with] Some Account of the Fever which Existed in Boston during the Autumn and Winter of 1817 and 1818: With a few general Remarks on Typhus Fever
History and Description of an Epidemic Fever, Commonly Called Spotted Fever, which Prevailed at Gardiner, Maine, in the Spring of 1814 [bound with] Some Account of the Fever which Existed in Boston during the Autumn and Winter of 1817 and 1818: With a few general Remarks on Typhus Fever

History and Description of an Epidemic Fever, Commonly Called Spotted Fever, which Prevailed at Gardiner, Maine, in the Spring of 1814 [bound with] Some Account of the Fever which Existed in Boston during the Autumn and Winter of 1817 and 1818: With a few general Remarks on Typhus Fever

Boston: Wells and Lilly, 1818. Hardcover. xvi, 246, [2] p.; 86 p.; 24 cm. Original black cloth spine with light pink paper over boards. Printed paper spine label with title: Hale and Gamage on Fever. Half-title: History of an Epidemic Fever. Advertisement by Wells and Lilly on 2 unpaginated pages following text of Hale for medical books, both imported from Europe and published by Wells and Lilly, as well as "one copy of Hogden's celerated Treatise on Obstetric studies" and imported thermometers and barometers. Hale: Shaw & Shoemaker, 44218; Austin, Early American Medical Imprints, 851. Gamage: Shaw & Shoemaker, 44125; Austin, Early American Medical Imprints, 810. Bookplates and inscriptions on front endpapers indicate that this volume formerly belonged to American medical researcher George R. Minot (1885-1950), the G.L. Simmons Medical Library, the Lane Medical Library of Stanford University, and the Nathan and Rose Benison Memorial Library. Very scarce. In Very Good- Condition: loss along one side of spine label; ends of spine are slightly frayed; boards are lightly soiled; edges rubbed; minor loss of paper from boards; pages are clean and tight. Very Good -. Item #005148

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