Studies in the history of ophthalmology in England prior to the year 1800 / by R. Rutson James.

  • James, R. Rutson (Robert Rutson), 1881-
Date:
1933
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Publication/Creation

Cambridge [England] : The University press, pub. for the British journal of ophthalmology, 1933.

Physical description

x, 255 pages, IX plate (including frontispiece : illustrations, portraits, facsimiles), diagrams ; 26 cm

References note

GM 6004

Notes

Chapters IX and X first published in the Royal London ophthalmic hospital reports, vol. XX, 1915-16

Contents

Preface.--Ophthalmology in Roman Britain.--Anglo-Saxon ophthalmology.--Ophthalmology in the first three centuries after the Norman conquest.--The founders of British optics.--Ophthalmology from A. D. 1300 to A. D. 1600.--The seventeenth century.--The eighteenth century (orthodoxy)--The eighteenth century, continued (the ophthalmic quacks)--The chevalier Taylor, by George Coats.--Historical notes, by George Coats.--Appendix: Sloane Ms. 75 fol. 145. De cura oculorum.--Index

Bibliographic information

"Bibliography and references" at end of chapters IX and X

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