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The anatomy and physiology of the human body. Containing the anatomy of the bones, muscles, and joints, and the heart and arteries / by John Bell; and The anatomy and physiology of the brain and nerves, the organs of the senses, and the viscera, by Charles Bell.
- Bell, John, 1763-1820.
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New-York : Collins and Co. [Printer: Collins & co.], 1817.
3 volumes, 34 plates : illustrations ; (8vo)
The 3rd American /
Preface to the 4th London edition is dated Jan. 1816
Plates of the first American ed., 1809, in 4 v., were apparently used for this edition. Three plates on the bones to accompany v. 1, were added and an extra plate numbered II and one numbered VII to accompany the anatomy of the viscera in v. 3 were omitted
Earlier editions have title: The anatomy of the human body
Copy 1 Vol. 1 Note: Inscribed on flyleaves of vols. 2 and 3: "Walter Wing, March 6, 1819."
Copy 1 Vol. 3 Note: Publisher's catalogue on final 3 pages.
v. 1. The anatomy of the bones, muscles, and joints, the heart and circulation, and the lungs.--v. 2. The description of the arteries and the veins, the absorbing system, and the brain and nerves.--v. 3. The anatomy of the organs of the senses, the viscera of the abdomen, and the male and female parts of generation
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