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Lorinser, Carl Ignaz (1796-1853)

  • Lorinser, Carl Ignaz, 1796-1853
Date
1814-1823
Reference
MS.3327
  • Archives and manuscripts

About this work

Description

Collection of holograph MSS.

(1) Verzeigniss in der Friedrich Wilhelm's Universiteet gehörten Vorlessungen. Berlin, 1814-1817 (3 ll. 4to. 24 x 18 cm.).

(2) De diathesi ad morbos. Specimen academicum pro venia docendi in Universitate litteraria Berolinensi. Die 28 Mensis Octobris 1819 habita. Signed 'C. I. Lorinser, Med. Doct.' (1 l. + 25 pp. + 1 bl. l. 4to. 17 x 12½ cm.).

(3) Aus D. C. A. Rudolphi's Vorlesung über die Naturgeschichte der Eingeweidewürmer, gehalten im Winterhalbjahr, 1816 (10 ll. 4to. 24½ x 20 cm.).

(4) De peculiari indole morborum qui in animalibus occurrunt, Specimen academicum pro venia docendi in Universitate Berolinensi. Die VI mensis Novembris, 1819 habita. In German, signed as in No. 2 (1 l. + 37 pp. 4to. 22 x 17½ cm.).

(5) Krankenjournal, 15 April, 1821-25 March, 1822. Berlin (32 ll. [last 8 bl.] folio. 33 x 20½ cm.).

(6) Journal für Private-Kranke. Stettin, 1822, 1823 (10 ll. [last 3 bl.] folio. 33 x 20½ cm.).

(7) Auszüge aus den Annotations Ecclesiastica. Aus den eigenhändigen Schriften des D. Taubner Reformationis Catholicae in Dominio Niemensi, 1628. Gezogen aus der Annotations Ecclesiastica Niemensi des Herrn Wenzel Franz Mennich...1688. Copied by Lorinser, [n.d.] (6 ll. [last bl.] folio. 38½ x 24½ cm.).

(8) Über Wirtschaffte ambtliche Mängel und Bedenkens, 1783. Copied by Lorinser, [n.d.]. A document relating to the finances of Niemes, which was the birthplace of the Lorinser Family (4 ll. folio. 34 x 21½ cm.).

Produced in Berlin [etc.].

Publication/Creation

1814-1823

Physical description

1 volume 8 parts. v.s. Unbound.

Acquisition note

Purchased 1933.

Biographical note

The author obtained his M.D. at Berlin University in 1817, and was Medizin-Rath at Stettin in 1822. In 1835 he was Director of the Obstetric School at Oppeln. He made a study of cholera, and advocated reforms in medical education.

Related material

In the Wellcome Library:

Papers of Lorinser's brother Friedrich Wilhelm are held as MSS.3328-3330.

Finding aids

Database description transcribed from S.A.J. Moorat, Catalogue of Western Manuscripts on Medicine and Science in the Wellcome Historical Medical Library (London: Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, 1962-1973).

Languages

  • German


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