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The history of an extraordinary introsusception / By John Coakley Lettsom. With an account of the dissection by T. Whately.
- Lettsom, John Coakley, 1744-1815.
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London : J. Nichols, 1786.
1 unnumbered leaf, 8 pages : plates ; (4to)
Copy 1. Whately's presentation inscription to Dr. Withering on verso of t.p.
Copy 2. Item no. 6 in a volume of 'Phil. trans' offprints, probably collected by Sir Everard Home (1756-1832). Binding: Contemp. calf, rebacked preserving original spine. Whately's signed presentation inscription to Mr. Hulme, surgeon, on t.p. verso. At end of volume: Modern port. of John Hunter, and list of volume's contents for a Sotheby's sale, 1978. MS book label: "This book was presented to William Ingram Keir, M.D. by Edward King ... 1890." Book label of Kenneth Garth Huston (1926-87). From the collection of Haskell F. Norman (1915-96), with his book label. Lot no. 536 in the Christies (N.Y.) sale of his collection, pt. 2, 15-16 June 1998.