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New inventions and directions for ruptured persons : teaching them the art of effectually keeping up inguinal and scrotal ruptures / by W.H.T. Esq. ; to which is prefixed a recommendatory letter by William Blair.

  • Timbrel, William Hall
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1802
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Publication/Creation

London : Thomas Collins, Harvey's buildings, Strand ..., 1802.

Physical description

51 pages, 1 unnumbered page, 37 pages, 1 unnumbered page, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates ; 21 cm (8vo in 4s)

Edition

Second edition, with additions.

Notes

Part 1 was first published anonymously in 1800 as a separate work under title: New inventions and new directions productive of happiness to the ruptured. The 2nd edition, published in 1802, has title: New inventions and directions for ruptured persons. Part 2 was published separately in the same year under title: Appendix to a publication, entitled New inventions and directions for ruptured persons, &c. &c.; containing A familiar account of the nature of ruptures in both sexes
Contains "Preface to the third London edition" dated: London, May, 1803

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This material has been provided by the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, through the Medical Heritage Library. The original may be consulted at the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical School.

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